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We can cut spending in other areas, namely defense and Medicare/Medicaid. But the policies I'm talking about are basic policies that are not new. Obama has talked about it in his campaign and I hope he follows through on them because they would help improve the economy.
Those that want more, will do more. Sounds simple, because it is simple. You don't seem to realize how many people are content with digging a ditch, being a janitor, cleaning porta-potties...
I am not a believer in taking from one person to pay for someone else's night class at a community college, or anything else. Those that want more, will do more.
Could be. She would have worked hard for it.
5th grade education? .... public high schools are, well, public.
Only blame for dropping out of school is on the person dropping out.
Like I said, use your parents as motivation of what you don't want to be, ultimately it comes down to an individual choice to better oneself.
The problem with most libs is the inabililty to accept self accountability. Its always someone else's fault, yea? Therefore someone else should have to pay for the free hand outs and feel awful said person?
Must be those HUGE checks she gets for being unemployed.
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I don't know about your high school, but I went to public school here in AL and we had to pay a fair amount to do so... Lab fees for science classes, things like that.
Oh so cut pay to the people who defend our country. Those college educations will definitely work like body armor.
We need to cut things we don't need to survive.
You are taking a blue collar aproach on education. Education in America provides support to the freedoms that you enjoy as an American the same way the military does. Educated people build computers, jets, radar tech, etc. as well as lots of the luxuries you enjoy every day. Educated people provide medicines and expertise of the human body. Without education, the USA fails.
I'm not talking about the people who are content with their jobs. They have reached the level they want to succeed at, so they have the highest level of job satisfaction and probably do it better than they would if they weren't content.
I'm talking about the people who don't want to be janitors, but are forced to because of their limited education. How can they become doctors if they can't afford the education to become a doctor? Why should we tell that kid, you can't become a doctor, not because you aren't smart enough, but because you can't afford it. But we'll allow the kid from a rich family who is an average student to become a doctor because his parents donate to their alma mater.
I completely disagree that work ethic is all you need in life to reach your potential despite socioeconomic status, so we'll have to agree to disagree.
I'm talking about closing bases in countries across Europe, Japan, etc and bring those soldiers back to the US bases. We'd save hundred of millions doing that.
You work to obtain material wealth. You get educated to provide a better way of life for all.
She does her minimum to get her minimum. As I think you are smart enough to know, she could make more, but that would require her to do more work. That doesn't sound like it will be happening anytime soon.
I agree with you.
My mom worked two full times jobs and a part time job as well, and yet wasn't able to move up the ladder, guess she was a lazy no-good leacher who just loved that $200 in food assistance to feed an entire family of 4.
I understand, we will have to agree to disagree. There is too much of an ideology gap.
I believe, the only person holding someone back, is themself. Those that want more, will work to achieve more.
U missed the point. Cain is not the norm in the republican party.
90% of repubs are white. That is why you can't win. You grab 60% of white people and nobody else.
Dems grab 40% of whites and everybody else. Changing demographics have proven this to be an easy win.
So you're saying the majority of dem politicians are black? Lmao, fail.
The majority of politicians in general are white. Hence the massive black turnout to vote for the first black president.
Is it bad that I like you better than most tOSU posters lol. Couldn't agree more.
Not totally crazy about Paul but I agree with all of your points. Hopefully they took note of this on the election results.
Would have helped to grab a larger % of the other demographics.
Read the post again bro.
We can be friends, my wife is a sparty.
Goodness. There is no way you're a college graduate.
Yep, neither is right or wrong. It's just politics. Hopefully both parties can try to move on and work on more compromises this time around.
You'll probably take this personally and think I am ass, beyond what you thought before, but why should I have to work to pay for the situation your mom or anyone else is in?
Really? Please enlighten me.
So the black vote wasn't massively swayed by the presence of a "black" candidate?
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