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#10. I vote Democrat because I love the fact that I can now marry
whatever I want. I’ve decided to marry my German Shepherd.
#9. I vote Democrat because I believe oil companies' profits of 4% on
a gallon of gas are obscene, but the government taxing the same gallon
at 15% isn’t.
#8. I vote Democrat because I believe the government will do a better
job of spending the money I earn than I would.
#7. I vote Democrat because Freedom of Speech is fine as long as
nobody is offended by it.
#6. I vote Democrat because I'm way too irresponsible to own a gun,
and I know that my local police are all I need to protect me from
murderers and thieves. I am also thankful that we have a 911 service
that get police to your home in order to identify your body after a
#5. I vote Democrat because I'm not concerned about millions of
babies being aborted so long as we keep all death row inmates alive
#4. I vote Democrat because I think illegal aliens have a right to
free health care, education, and Social Security benefits, and we
should take away Social Security from those who paid into it.
#3. I vote Democrat because I believe that businesses should not be
allowed to make profits for themselves. They need to break even and
give the rest away to the government for redistribution as the
Democrat Party sees fit.
#2. I vote Democrat because I believe liberal judges need to rewrite
the Constitution every few days to suit fringe kooks who would never
get their agendas past the voters.
…And the #1 reason I vote Democrat is because I think it's better to
pay $billions$ for oil to people who hate us, but not drill our own
because it might upset some endangered beetle, gopher or fish here in
America. We don't care about the beetles, gophers or fish in those
BECOMING MORE OF A THIRD WORLD COUNTRY EVERY DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
LED BY LIARS, AND JUDASES. CORRALED BY THE LYING MEDIA.
LIKE SHEEP HEADED FOR SLAUGHTER!!!!!
WHEN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES STAND ON THE FIFTH WHEN BEING QUESTIONED
ABOUT THEIR WORK PERFORMANCE!!!!!!!!!?
THEN THEY KEEP GETTING PAID - - AND FINALLY TAKE THEIR RETIREMENT AND PENSION (YOUR MONEY)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?!!!!!!!!
Please, whatever you do, understand that owning paper is just that, OWNING PAPER. This is especially important now, when the world is full of multi-billion dollar companies that literally have almost no assets. Take Facebook for example - they have a market cap of over $150 billion. Do you really think they have even 10% of that in actual assets? What do they have - buildings, office furniture, servers and a trademark? Seriously, if you look at their balance sheet, they list less than $15 billion in assets.
I'm not suggesting that gold is necessarily the right play here. But I am saying that tangible assets that generate a consistent cash flow are much preferred over long-term investments in a few pieces of paper, especially if you're looking for ways to "beat the next meltdown".
B of A, the same bank that lost $14,000 of my US Saving Bonds for my kid’s college. Can you believe a bank can loose your Safe Deposit Box? B of A did. Then they tried to say I never had an account with them. I showed them my Deposit box key and the manager said it was the banks key alright. Then she asked if she could have it. Can you believe it? I told her hell no you can’t have it, it’s the only tangible evidence I had to try and straighten out this mess. B of A never did fix the problem. I had to confront the Treasury Department. And believe me! That’s a whole nother chapter in the reality of crooked business. Took almost 1.5 years and you’d better have kept good records. They sure won’t go out of their way either.
In God I Trust, who else is there?
If you want to be taken seriously as journalists, then interview the professional market manipulators and ask them when they've arranged for the next "meltdown" to happen.
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