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DiehardKy

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  1. Chicago guy? Hmmmmm that explains quite a bit. Have a nice hump day.
  2. <br /><br /><br /> Your discontent with the right is always noted Pubby.
  3. <br /><br /><br /> No I do not salt my own roads to get to work. If the local government has the salt that we pay for and salts the roads then I go to work. If the roads are not salted I call my boss and say "Hey Boss, the roads are not salted, I will be in when the roads are taken care of" As for my kids stuck at school. I would walk to get them, and if I cannot get them they are with people that I have personally paid and trust and have known all my life. I take my personal responsibility serious but do not depend on the government to solve my problems.
  4. <br /><br /><br /> Pubby, Your definition of disagreeable people would not match my definition, that I am certain. A disagreable person would shift their opinion just to disagree, you have never known me to be other than conservative and adamant about those opinions. What you find disagreeable is that I disagree with you about 95% of the time. You are far left, I am far right. I find you agreeable with those who agree with you and I find you biased and harsh toward people who are on the right. Matter of fact your passive agressiveness is noted in your post. Your interpretation of the Bill of Rights is also different than mine. The 1st Amendment allows for free speech, no doubt. Ronkin has all the rights protecting him to take aggressive personal shots at me in his post, especially on this site where anyone attacking me is protected by the owner of this site as attacking me is quite agreeable with you Pubby. I understand your dependency on Government is far more than mine, that is a given. What I dont like is paying for it. PS: The reason I will always be a guest on your site and a none paying member, as I previously have been in the past, is the reasons stated above <br /><br /><br /> You are wrong in your premise about "Anyone opposed to the government helping people is opposed to helping people"..... I am a member of a few organizations that help people and are not affiliated with the government. I am opposed to the government helping people where it hurts those people in the long run but not opposed to government programs that lift folks up in the long run. See the difference?
  5. <br /><br /><br /> Limited Government is clearly stated in the Constitution of the United States. Most Federal Spending we see today is not constitutional. For example: President Grover Cleveland during his presidency (a Democrat) was asked to give federal money to the state of Texas for its wind fires that were spreading across the state of Texas. President Cleveland denied the money due to the constitution does not allow this kind of spending for a state in need, nor should it. I hear complaints about the Feds not doing this or not doing that with their tax money but they have no complaints about funding the Nevada Cowboy Poetry Festival (yes this is real, funded with help of Harry Reid). No one said we do not need fire departments and police or utilities for all. When your government cannot handle it, then what do you do? Why do you depend on buses? I do not agree that the duty/responsibility rightly goes to the government. Its individual responsibility above all. By the way, my kid goes to a private school by my own choice and personal responsibility where there are no buses.
  6. <br /><br /><br /> I am going to ignore your school conspiracy theory but I will translate what you are trying to say to me personally..... Translation: I dont like your opinion so I want you to shut up. I dont listen to anyone who does not agree with me.
  7. Today I will be going for my annual heart screening. Its very comprehensive and worth the money. I pay out of pocket for this screening because its only about 250 bucks and if I used my insurance through my doctor and the hospital it would cost about 2400 dollars and use up all money my company puts up front. This is a battery of tests to ensure my arteries are not clogged etc. If you have heart issues in your family as I do, this is highly recommended for many reasons but the cost is fantastic. Here is the link to the Healthfair van coming to a place near you. Its really worth it. https://hip.healthfair.com/Scheduling/Online/LocationAndAppointmentSlot?ZipCode=30127&Radius=65
  8. <br /><br /><br /> My point has been made, thank you for your post.
  9. Jumper cables (weak batteries die in harsh cold temps) Kitty litter if you dont have sand cell phone battery charger and cell phone of course credit card
  10. <br /><br /><br /> Our driveway up here is steep too. We shovel our driveway when it snows and then we salt it down with rock salt....imagine that? But that is the way of living up here. I have never called the police because I couldnt get out of my driveway. I have never called the police because McDonald's didnt get my order right (yes this has been done more than once in the past year). I have never blamed my daughter's school for not calling off school. I watch the weather and also look out my window time to time.
  11. <br /><br /><br /> The purpose of my post is not to infuriate you. The purpose of my post is to use the crisis to make you see where we have become too dependent. Its an exercise of self reflection. You can throw all the daggers you want but it doesn't change how we have become as a society.
  12. <br /><br /><br /> I refer you to Stonewall's post, I couldn't have said it better.
  13. <br /><br /><br /> Translation: You are correct but I have to find another way to shift this and going to tell on you.
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