being replied to. — J. A. A. —
On Mar 22, 12:57 pm, MJ <micha...@america.net> wrote:
> >Folks: Apparently, MJ is incapable of reasoning. He supposes that
> >since my "ideal" (not mandated in my New Constitution) government
> >would have ZERO outlays to individual citizens, i.e., no SS, Medicare,
> >Medicaid, nor Unemployment, that that shows me to be a socialist. Can
> >you believe it?!
> How a Government programs the STEALS from person
> A in order to give to person B will be
> 'privatized' not being provided notwithstanding,
> the portion that continues to embrace socialism,
> of course, was "while continuing to "cover" only
> those older or sicker people who have no other
> means of surviving or of getting first rate
> care". Like the woman who finally agrees on her
> price being a 'prostitute', so too is yours an embrace of socialism.
> Sad isn't it, that Armistead is reduced to
> projecting his shortcomings onto others.
> It is also noted that you AVOIDED the second
> example (like the misdirection you attempt on the
> first) of your socialist tendencies.
> >Socialism and communism (the ideal of Barack Obama)
> >have government providing everything and controlling everything.
> Government 'providing' everything is not required
> for socialism's myriad of children.
> > I want government to provide next to nothing and to control next to
> Except what excerpts of your Constitution you
> have provided does not bolster such a claim.
> > A properly functioning free enterprise system can do those
> >thing, AND allow the maximum FAIR prosperity for the maximum number of
> And yet your own brand of utopian socialism raises its head again.
> >MJ is revealing himself to be a socialist-communist bent on retarding
> >my efforts to promote my New Constitution. He and Jonathan Ashley
> >aren't wanting to save the USA, but to have the USA fail. A person
> >can be either FOR me or AGAINST me. 100% of those who are against me
> >are criminal, socialist-communists like OUTLAW Barack Obama. — John
> Your fantasies and fallacies may aid you in
> retaining that pleasing vision, but they do little to those who grasp reality.
> I certainly understand your need to pretend your
> embraces of socialism are really not. I can also
> understand your desire for baseless
> 'name-calling'. I am quite certain that OTHERS do as well.
> Nothing in the world is more dangerous than
> sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity. -- Martin Luther King, Jr
> >A. Armistead — Patriot
> >On Mar 21, 10:26 am, MJ <micha...@america.net> wrote:
> > > ELSEWHERE in THIS thread:Socialism and
> > communism are the anti-thesis of a
> > representative republic or a democracy. My New
> > Constitution RETURNS civil liberties to the
> > People and will fire, jail or hang those in
> > government who support socialism and
> > communism. When you attack my New Constitution
> > with your "include me" talk, you are attacking
> > THE most pro capitalism and pro civil liberties
> > person on the planet! Get lost, Jonathan! J.
> > A. A.And now HERE in THIS thread the same
> > person:I am personally recommending that Social
> > Security, Medicare, Medicaid and Unemployment
> > Insurance ALL be privatized—while continuing to
> > "cover" only those older or sicker people who
> > have no other means of surviving or of getting
> > first rate care. The implications are rather
> > OBVIOUS, but perhaps the author fails to see his EMBRACE of socialism.
> > > There is ALSO this from the same
> > person:Businesses or professions meeting
> > licensing standards germane to the type and
> > scope of work such perform, and being regularly
> > apprised of substantive new developments, may
> > control their own work without governmental
> > sanction, nor, once licensed, being required to
> > be other than self-trained to maintain
> > continuing competency for doing safe work
> > within their chosen type. Professionals
> > qualified by training, testing and experience
> > who perform safe and acceptable work within an
> > area of their competency shall not be
> > sanctioned for being unlicensed in another job
> > class or licensing jurisdiction—beyond fair
> > registration cost. No more than 25% of
> > regulatory board members shall have been
> > employed in the profession or industry
> > regulated.Again continuing to EMBRACE socialism.
> > > It should no longer be a 'mystery' why this
> > 'constitution' is NEVER fully presented NOR
> > that the author cannot support what drivel he presents.
> > > <sigh> Sad.
> > > Regard$,
> > > --MJThere is simply no other choice than
> > this: either abstain from interference in the
> > free play of the market, or to delegate the
> > entire management of production and
> > distribution to the government. Either
> > capitalism or socialism: there exists no middle way. -- Ludwig von Mises
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