Comments on: The rise and future role of Paul Ryan Wed, 30 Jul 2014 19:10:25 +0000 hourly 1 By: Gordon2352 Sun, 04 Nov 2012 15:38:01 +0000 @ Carney3 —

I was merely pointing out the logical inconsistencies in your argument that some people are genetically inferior.

Actually, your argument sounds a lot more like Adolph Hitler’s than mine.

By: EthicsIntl Sat, 03 Nov 2012 21:10:48 +0000 @ Carney3;
Are you a descendant of Adolf Hitler ?
You sure sound like one…

By: Gordon2352 Fri, 02 Nov 2012 14:07:05 +0000 @ Carney3 —

Why waste all that money on those who cannot be weaned from welfare and dependency?

Why not go straight to the “final solution” as Nazi Germany did?

We should also include, not only those on welfare since that is only the tip of the iceberg, but anyone who cannot contribute to society by working.

For example, as you pointed out anyone with a genetic disease that uses up excess medical care should be included, especially children with genetically inherited diseases that offer no positive prognosis, disabled people, those in prison (since they have shown they cannot function in society), those in mental hospitals, those whose IQ is below the norm, and of course we need to begin “selective breeding” to improve the race.

By: AlkalineState Thu, 01 Nov 2012 20:24:08 +0000 So….. Does Paul Ryan support the stimulus, or oppose it?

By: Carney3 Thu, 01 Nov 2012 18:25:01 +0000 The problem with decentralization and being community-based is the lack of standards and accountability. Federal funds will be wasted on make-work, feather-bedding, payroll-padding, and scandals will inevitably emerge. Inevitably creating calls for a crackdown, a single standard comparable across the board, etc. Then when that inevitably fails, we’ll hear calls for decentralization again. The cycle begins, and everyone in each stage acts like it has never happened before.

There is NO solution to the problem of welfare and dependency, because a core portion of the dependent are innately unintelligent, lazy, selfish, impulsive, prone to substance abuse, etc. – much of that genetic. The best thing you can do is to keep the reproduction of that element down as much as possible.

We should mandate that those who are unwilling or unable to care for themselves have to go on lasting and ongoing contraceptives. When they get on their feet they are of course free to get themselves off those solutions, but we should make contraception a condition of welfare. Those who want to make welfare a lifelong lifestyle would then at least not be continuing it for another generation. The proportion of our population that is prone to such outcomes would decrease sharply.

By: Gordon2352 Thu, 01 Nov 2012 13:26:28 +0000 How about a little “reality check” on Batman and Robin, that daring duo that has all the answers.  /27/sensata-plant-illinois-jobs

Headline and some excerpts from article:

Sensata outsourcing rattles Illinois community: ‘Jobs need to stay here’

Workers residents have held protests to prevent vehicles shipping parts destined for China from Bain-owned company

Workers, ex-workers and local residents have set up an encampment outside the gate. They have held protests, tried to deliver petitions and sought to prevent vehicles shipping out plant parts destined for China from leaving the site.

Because Sensata is majority owned by Bain Capital – the controversial former company run by Republican challenger Mitt Romney – the camp has been dubbed Bainport.

So far there have been more than 20 arrests, including this week veteran civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson.

Romney still owns stock in Sensata and thus has benefited financially from cost-cutting in Freeport even as the Republican candidate has made a point of lambasting China and outsourcing jobs a key part of his election pitch.


Question for Reuters: Why aren’t you running this story instead of a UK news source? How about some honesty in journalism instead of simply running campaign ads?

By: Gordon2352 Thu, 01 Nov 2012 13:16:40 +0000 You must be speaking of a different Paul Ryan from the one that we all know and love for his level-headed economic ideas and compassion for those he rules (sorry, serves).

By: AlkalineState Thu, 01 Nov 2012 05:51:49 +0000 Does Paul Ryan support the stimulus, or oppose it?