my Answer to Tom Boinger on being right wing

If being like the people that wrote the Declaration of Independence is extreme right wing , than I must be.
If being like the people who fought against oppressive taxes and unwarranted seizures were extreme right wing , than I must be too.
If being like the people who wrote the Bill of Rights in order to protect the people from oppressive government is extreme right wing than also include me.
If being like the people who wrote the Constitution in a way to limit all that the federal government can do is extreme right wing , than this is me.
But on the other hand wanting a police state where government can do no wrong with no rules and plenty of hand outs to keep people in line than I would be like you.
Using the term “liberal” is an oxymoron for by it you mean everyone must think the same and if they do not they must be punished.
Life, liberty and justice in our United States of America has completely disappeared because of selfish people like you demanding that “live and let live” is not a good thing..

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102 Responses to my Answer to Tom Boinger on being right wing

  1. Tom Boinger says:

    and of course you put your own obama hating spin on the internet, since you won’t take the time to read but believe all those right wing wipe your ass with it blogs. the internet thing is complicated:
    “But the plan is a far cry from government “taking over” the Internet, as some critics charge. The early Internet, in its dial-up stage, would never have succeeded if not for regulations. AT&T was forced by government to interconnect with non-AT&T networking equipment. And it, as well as its successor “Baby Bells,” were forced by government to operate as common carriers, refraining from interfering with the content passing over their wires.

    A decade ago, Ed Whitacre, the former head of SBC (now AT&T) said that he was determined to extract revenue from companies like Google that want to “use my pipes free.” His successors appear similarly determined.”

    so as you read , the government FORCED at and t to comply to create the, private and foreign interests are all vieing for a piece of the pie. so , when kids fight, someone must say STOP IT, just as on the highway, often times speeding tickets are given since some asswipe is going 100 and puts me and kids in danger. of course you cups use anything that makes the news as a anti obama thing,.you should be preparing for hillary , she has 2 billion in her chest.
    i took 12 seniors to the DMV to vote to vote , i average 60 per week. I also told them that the republicans are taking away their SS. they were aghast and promised me that they would vote straight democratic.


  2. jai avi says:

    Only weeks after leaving office on January 20, 2017, former president Barack Hussein Obama discovers a leak under his sink,
    so he calls Joe the Plumber to come out and fix it. Joe drives to
    Obama’s new house, which is located in a very exclusive, gated
    community near Chicago where all the residents have a net income of
    more than $250,000 per year.

    Joe arrives and takes his tools into the house. Joe is led to the guest bathroom that contains the leaky pipe under the sink. Joe assesses the problem and tells Obama that it’s an easy repair that will take less than 10 minutes. Obama asks Joe how much it will cost. Joe checks his rate chart and says, “$9,500.”

    “What?! $9,500?” Obama asks, stunned, “But you said it’s an easy repair Michelle will whip me if I pay a plumber that much!”

    Joe says, “Yes, but what I do is charge those who make $250,000 per year a much higher amount so I can fix the plumbing of poorer people for free,” explains Joe. “This has always been my philosophy. As a matter of fact, I lobbied the Democrat Congress, who passed this philosophy into law. Now all plumbers must do business this way. It’s known as ‘Affordable Plumbing Act of 2014 ‘ I’m surprised you haven’t heard of it.”

    In spite of that, Obama tells Joe there’s no way he’s paying that much for a small plumbing repair, so Joe leaves. Obama spends the next hour flipping through the phone book calling for another plumber, but he finds that all other plumbing businesses in the area have gone out of business. Not wanting to pay Joe’s price, Obama does nothing and the leak goes unrepaired for several more days. A week later the leak is so bad that Obama has had to put a bucket under the sink. Michelle is not happy as she has Oprah and guests arriving the next morning. The bucket fills up quickly and has to be emptied every hour and there’s a risk that the room will flood, so Obama calls Joe and pleads with him to return.

    Joe goes back to Obama’s house, looks at the leaky pipe, checks his new rate chart and says, “Let’s see, this will now cost you $21,000.”
    Obama quickly fires back, “What! A few days ago you told me it would cost $9,500!”
    Joe explains, “Well, because of the ‘Affordable Plumbing Act ,’ a lot of wealthier people are learning how to maintain and take care of their own plumbing, so there are fewer payers into the plumbing exchanges. As a result, the price I have to charge wealthy people like you keeps rising. Not only that, but for some reason the demand for plumbing work by those who get it for free has skyrocketed!

    There’s a long waiting list of those who need repairs but the amount we
    get doesn’t cover our costs. This unfortunately has put a lot of my
    fellow plumbers out of business, they’re not being replaced, and nobody
    is going into the plumbing business because they know they can’t make
    any money at it. I’m hurting, too, all thanks to greedy rich people like you who won’t pay their fair share.”


  3. jai avi says:

    Why would jolox/Tom want this?

    United States Senator Mike Lee

    Earlier today three of the five unelected, politically appointed bureaucrats who currently sit as commissioners of the Federal Communications Commission voted to grant themselves and their agency the power to regulate the Internet – its millions of American users and trillions of dollars in economic activity – with the same antiquated rules designed for the monopolistic landline telephone industry in the 20th century.

    This unprecedented move by the FCC is not only an egregious seizure of regulatory power and a clear violation of the 1996 Communications Act, which wisely prohibits the federal government from regulating broadband Internet services. It also begins in earnest the slow, suffocating, inevitable demise of the Internet as we know it today — the open and expansive universe and source of information, innovation, entertainment, and communication. What was previously bound only by the limits of the our imagination and the frontiers of our technology will now be suffocated by Washington bureaucrats, whose action today will benefit not internet consumers, entrepreneurs, and innovators, but the well-connected special interests that stand to profit from the diminished competition that invariably follows heavy-handed government regulation.

    The Internet has been one of the most productive and innovative sectors of our economy, flourishing even as the rest of our economy sputtered, precisely because it has been open and free of exactly this kind of government regulation. Today the FCC made clear that it has no interest in governing within the authority given to it by Congress and that it is eager to discard the objectivity that is expected of an independent, non-partisan agency, in favor of rank partisanship carried out on behalf of our imperious president. This being the case, Congress now has an obligation to reassess the proper role – if any – of the FCC and to determine whether it does more harm than good in a 21st century world.

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