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12-06-2013, 06:26 PM #41
And in its place we have school shootings of elementary school kids. Teachers abused verbally and physically in the LA school District and many other places. Drugs... Have you heard about this new game where you hit someone as hard as possible from behind to knock them out? Winning the game is the person going unconscious.
This is our world now without morals being taught.
12-06-2013, 06:51 PM #42
and for god's sake with the "morals aren't taught in this secular society" garbage. what does that even mean?
just because all of us don't subscribe to your particular mythology doesn't mean "morals aren't taught." it means YOUR mythology isn't crammed down all of our throats. you know, freedom and liberty and constitooshuns and all that.
and guess what? most of history's most appalling atrocities were committed in the name of "God." so yeah, I'm sure the problem is our "secular world," where, by the way, I can't swing a dead cat without hitting five of you bible thumpers.
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12-06-2013, 06:53 PM #43
Who would've known a Obama post could get a few pages as if it were a new jailbreak post or something! Haha! Listen I tend to think I know politics a little but being human period I will tell people this and I know someone is gonna disagree but NOONE can run a Entire country and satisfy everyone! People always want to point fingers and etc but at the end of the day some of us can't take care of our relationships/jobs/family & children let alone a entire nation, but want to judge and say what we'll do or point out the mistakes a mere man makes. Let me say no I'm not saying this in Obama's defense, just that the fact of the matter is every president did something stupid or failed horribly at something or some things! Goes back to reading the hilarious comments on my iPhone! Hahaha
12-06-2013, 08:39 PM #44
- Knowing the difference between right & wrong
- Treating others as you'd like to be treated
- Understanding cultural differences
- Respecting your elders
- Being polite
- Being considerate
- Being unselfish
- Listening instead of always talking
- Helping your fellow man
There...now you know the 'essentials' of being moral. This is, by far, not all of them but, instead, a foundation.
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12-06-2013, 09:48 PM #45
Last great president, probably Kennedy.
How is the federal reserve lending us our own money??? The federal reserve is a private institution. It is not part of the government.
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12-07-2013, 09:04 AM #49
12-07-2013, 09:11 AM #50
A quick google search will help you stay away from erroneous post like this Grant. It's ok, it's a common mistake you made, no biggie.
12-07-2013, 09:19 AM #51
Here's what the FedRes does:
Current functions of the Federal Reserve System include:
To address the problem of banking panics
To serve as the central bank for the United States
To strike a balance between private interests of banks and the centralized responsibility of government
To supervise and regulate banking institutions
To protect the credit rights of consumers
To manage the nation's money supply through monetary policy to achieve the sometimes-conflicting goals of
stable prices, including prevention of either inflation or deflation
moderate long-term interest rates
To maintain the stability of the financial system and contain systemic risk in financial markets
To provide financial services to depository institutions, the U.S. government, and foreign official institutions, including playing a major role in operating the nation's payments system
To facilitate the exchange of payments among regions
To respond to local liquidity needs
To strengthen U.S. standing in the world economy
Keep reading folks. That's how you shape your world view and gain some real intelligence. But watch the sources you read. Google Scholar is better than Wiki.. though Wiki CAN be good. Problem with Wiki is YOU and I can edit it...
12-07-2013, 09:30 AM #52
Your are just someone that demands more from people than what you are capable of giving. Often times this comes across as pompous, incorrect, judgmental, extreme, presumptuous, and hypocritical. Nothing you just provided said anything about "printing money" and that was what I questioned.
12-07-2013, 09:34 AM #53
The burden of 'disproof' is now in your court, sir. You always challenge me to 'support' my claims. Just did. Now you must prove them wrong if you're to be taken serious in this discussion. Man up, bro -- or shut up.
12-07-2013, 10:15 AM #54
This is my "proof" not just some random passage that doesn't directly answer the issue at hand. What you posted required interpretation and assuming that it meant something other than what it said. For someone that is so uncompromising on accuracy and using the "you misunderstood my post" or "you know damn well what I meant", you sure are easy on yourself. "Got served", such a funny old man.
12-07-2013, 10:36 AM #55
12-07-2013, 10:44 AM #56
How is providing a link as supposed to posting an out of context passage "hiding"? I did it to spare people a long read and to respect others and their time. I'm not surprised that you can't see that considering you view most people as "young whippersnappers" who perpetuate the "left wing" agenda. It's ok, "old" people are usually resistant to change and new information. I don't blame you for something you can't help. We are all good bro. I'm done everyone...for today.
12-07-2013, 11:42 AM #57
Okay.. Fair enough. Thanks for posting the article. Interesting read. Doesn't refute my point.. But good education for anyone reading . We'll chat after Holidays.