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  1. Desertstorm
  2. wolkenkraetzer
    Not only will I give you an "Amen!", but I'll toss in an "Alleluia!" as well. I don't cheer the Dems on, because they can be just as short-sighted and pig-headed.
  3. Ghostwheel
    You've said a lot of stuff in this thread that I was thinking myself but was just too lazy to put down.
  4. TzarAlexander
    "Highly developed", I have seen dash cam videos. What has been seen cannot be unseen.
  5. byhisello99
    03-25-2015 07:34 AM
    byhisello99
    Agree. Vote buying has been going on forever by both parties. The only major break in the action was Reagan.
  6. byhisello99
    Re safe democrat neighborhoods: The INTJf orthodoxy parrots the words of the DNC without considering that poor people have been ravaged by their "champions," the statist democrats.
  7. Sammed
    03-11-2015 09:00 AM
    Sammed
    Oh I see that in the Boston area too. The worst is when they tear down a well-built victorian house and the aged trees around it and put up an ungodly 5k sqft home on a quarter acre lot. Just shows money can't buy class.
  8. Sammed
    03-10-2015 04:52 PM
    Sammed commented on The Vanishing Property Ladder
    I noticed that in a lot of the South, specifically Georgia, right outside Atlanta.
  9. Zsych
    03-10-2015 04:11 AM
    Zsych commented on The Vanishing Property Ladder
    replied.
  10. OkButWhy
    03-01-2015 09:13 PM
    OkButWhy
    Ty for your thoughts. All scenarios seem entirely possible. I was aware of the western banking influence theory as well as Putin deciding now would be a great time to act....because it's such an obviously bad time to act. The nationalist view is something that, conceptually, I understand. However since I've never been to Russia and have never attempted to fully immerse myself in its culture I'm unaware of this entire dynamic. I'll do a bit of reading soon.

    Again. Thank you.
  11. elsdfr
    02-19-2015 02:51 AM
    elsdfr
    It's both shocking and disheartening.
  12. elsdfr
    02-19-2015 12:42 AM
    elsdfr commented on Ukraine Flees Debaltseve
    He shoots, he scores! dude, you win
  13. Ghostwheel
    When you hit one out of the ball park, you're also hitting over most people's heads. But what can you really do? The chances to learn have been so very numerous. How do people actually miss them?
  14. kosh
    02-09-2015 03:13 AM
    kosh commented on Is Russia a threat to the United States?
    Vast over-generalizations aren't useful.
  15. Ghostwheel
    Yep, nailed it. Also: AIPAC = $$$$$.
  16. Desertstorm
    12-17-2014 10:01 AM
    Desertstorm
    I wont sit here and act like I have a good grasp on international politics, i dont. I agree a lot of people dont know what they are talking about. We all live in a country with its own political goals, the information us in the public get it going go be colored with those goals, a bias (not taking into account a persons natural patriotism for their home country).

    I don't think the majority of Americans are naturally malicious or hold Russians to some "hitler status".Most of us are too concered with paying our bills or taking care of our families (as im sure any average citizen in most countries do) to worry about international matters, unfortunately this means their opinions on such matters are supplied by horrible places like Fox News or MSNBC, on top of that most of us can't afford to travel.

    The crunch may be on the Russians right now but I'm extremely happy gas is under $2 a gallon. I can afford to fill my tank which is amazing. A majority of Americans don't know or care why gas prices have lowered.
  17. Desertstorm
    12-17-2014 08:34 AM
    Desertstorm commented on Russia Breaks 1987 Nuclear Treaty
    I think we are past the point of objectivity. Most here in the U.S don't like the Russians too much. They wouldn't mind seeing your country burning. Honestly, Russia is the last "obstacle" to American worldwide dominance; how do you think the average ignorant American would view Russia? A pity.
  18. Ghostwheel
    12-15-2014 04:48 AM
    Ghostwheel commented on Russia Breaks 1987 Nuclear Treaty
    Excellent reply and badly needed. The propaganda here in the USA is powerfully anti-Putin. He's the new Hitler! I heard it on the news!
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  20. Ghostwheel
    12-05-2014 08:22 AM
    Ghostwheel
    Thanks for sharing that. It's very interesting. I can easily buy into that view of Putin because he could have done so much more on any number of issues. For example, insisting that NATO aligned countries pay for their gas in rubles. Paul Craig Roberts writes about Russian issues sometimes, and Saker of the Vineyard is exclusively about Russian issues for English speakers.

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