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    #87 Jersey

    PAIN IN SLUMS OF CHAVEZ


    Be carefull of what you wish for. While the tax breaks for the rich may seem unfair...it's a fact in the world that the poor are too ill-equiped to help themselves out of poverty...a task too large for even government to play...the answer is what it has always been: Jobs and investment in downtrodden areas to create jobs and cash flow for a community.




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    Yeah but big crowds watch him speak. He's great.
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    Not that I think it's a bad thing but i wonder how these people who live the life of poverty feel about him giving cheap oil to the poor of NY just to prove a political point???
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    Hugo Chavez is similar to Abbadabbamenijad, they're more beloved by liberals and angry Arabs than their own people.
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    Seriously. He's building AK-47 factories, sending free oil to the richest country in the world, and yet his people, over 40% of the population to e exact, live in poverty. Viva Chavez!
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    I think Foley is more important than a guy who is killing his own people RW.
    I mean juidging by the # of Foley threads on this board today.

    Gotta love that good old liberal compassionism ... it's been replaced with vendetta hard-ons.
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    Well, I don't have a pony in the pedophelia Foley race. I can't support one side over the other since each has a history of defending their own. I think it's comical for Dems to criticize the GOP when you look at their history. I think it's even more shameful for them to exploit "the children" to advance their political chances. On the other hand it's inexcusable that the GOP didn't expose this scumbag for who he was. It doesn't matter if the kids were 15 or 18. The mans actions were beyond creepy and not acceptable for a man in national office. They should have fired the scumbag by whatever means was possible. But this is American politics. It's why I can't support a party. They all suck as much as the other. Try getting one of the GOP cronies to say they fugged up, and try getting one of the Dems to say this isn't the GOP's fault it's Foley's. HA! They each will defend their party to the grave. Supporting a party means sacraficing your principle beliefs. No thanks.
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    I agree, anyone making more than $10 million should be exempt from income tax, capital gains tax, sales tax, and property taxes. The rich are the only ones who can help our economy and we need to keep them happy so they're in a hiring mood.
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    I'd rather walk than buy Citgo....socialist gas.
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    Yeah, we should go with Saudi Arabian crude instead, they have a much better record...

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