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That's the whole point. America became the top industrial superpower before all the social programs and regulations. All the taxes. The best and brightest wanted to create businesses and live here. It's not like that anymore. Except there is nowhere to go anymore. People can't immigrate. So we have to wait for the welfare system to collapse.

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Okay fine, keep chomping away at the right wing propaganda. Delicious denial.

I suppose climate change is also a lie right?

Literally cannot fathom the words to describe how much I hate right wing politics.

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No. It's a theory. I'm a believer in it, but I don't think there's much anyone can do to stop it. You invent an alternative fuel and we'll talk.

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Bio fuels exist as do electric cars, but these are supressed by profit obsessed oil companies.

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Bio fuels exist as do electric cars, but these are supressed by profit obsessed oil companies.
Yes, let's make fuel out of all the corn that's grown and leave the third world to starve. Anyone who wants can buy an electric car.

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I suppose climate change is also a lie right?
Any geologist can tell you that the climate has been in constant flux since the earth had an atmosphere. So it is no lie.

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Yes, let's make fuel out of all the corn that's grown and leave the third world to starve. Anyone who wants can buy an electric car.
No you're right lets just boil the earth to a scorched corpse instead.

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Any geologist can tell you that the climate has been in constant flux since the earth had an atmosphere. So it is no lie.
Yes thats true, but there is an exponential increase in temperature since 1900, which specifically coincides with the amount of CO2 we have put into the atmosphere.

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No you're right lets just boil the earth to a scorched corpse instead.
Biofuels are not involved in the global warming issue. They were developed as a cheaper alternative source of fuel in the event of wild price swings for oil. In fact, some estimates say that they are worse for greenhouse gas emissions than petroleum. So replacing oil with biofuels does nothing for climate change, just makes life worse for the world's poor. Many environmentalists are more concerned with stopping oil production than they are with improving the environment.

So far, the evidence seems to suggest that the biofuels you are encouraging, will hasten the scorching.

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What about people with Cancer for example.. Do they get free treatment?
I am a cancer doc and yes we treat them for free in my state or they immediately get welfare/medicare that pays.

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Oh yeah, the belief that making money and being successful is not a good thing has done wonders for Europe. Socialism has certainly made Europe a real economic example.
Oh, here's one of those clueless ones from the great USA at whom the whole world laughs .


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Regardless on what they agree on, Obama has the diplomatic finesse if required. Romney is just another asshole conservative hard liner who'd prefer to destroy us all than talk his way out of a critical situation.



Hey dude, his diplomatic finesse serves for killing thousands of civilians with the help of drones, along with his allies, like my governments, in Afghanistan.

Destroyed the most prosperous country in Lybia, with consequences in the whole region, very serious in Northern Mali.

Sent weapons to terrorists in Syria, destabilizing a secular and socializing country.



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Also generally, Brits are generally for Obama because he cares about government funded health care.

Dude, Obamacare has NOTHING to do with our Euro single-payer programme that we had after the war. It does not include care for chronic diseases and terminally ill patients. This would be a schandal in my country as well as in yours.

Single-payer or nothing.
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His diplomatic credentials aren't relevant in Afghanistan, thats a war bush started which he is having to clear up. The use of drones in abhorrent yes, but it serves a purpose of keeping American casualties down which is obviously a priority for him in an election year.

Also, I didn't say that the health care was the same type. But they share commonalities in their socialist perspective.

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Oh, here's one of those clueless ones from the great USA at whom the whole world laughs .
Yeah, while trying to immigrate.

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He's been in Afghanistan since 2008 and do you realize what you're saying? It means that we don't care about the Afghan civilians killed as long as we don't have GI's killed. He does not have to clear things up. He's got to leave, period. They don't have anything to do in that country. Afghans did nothing wrong to us. Let me tell you that we're all hated there.


And Bush did not start the war in Lybia and did not arm terrorists in Syria.


Social perspective, Obamacare? It's an act that forces citizens to be insured by PRIVATE bodies. And it leaves many citizens without health cover.

I can't support it in any way. Support Rocky Anderson if you want, but please, not Obama.
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