dennis7x | Indy Week

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Re: “A re-examination of why so many Americans vote "against their interests"

The question as stated was "(for someone to) ... Simply break my (his) argument. Tell me (him) how if person A works and person B does not. How does person A fall into the debt of person B? "

This is only one of many examples, your question is another form of the first murder's plea. "Am I my brother's keeper?" :

If person "B" is your mother or former caretaker that can no longer work of never had a formal job, and is now old or disabled!

I could also throw in a veteran that fought so you can be free.

There was once, and will be again a time in YOUR life when YOU are unable to provide for yourself. As when YOU were a child or the time to come when YOU become old and infirmed.

Your logic rejects the fact that YOU chose to live within a group. That group dynamic presupposes interdependence. Now if you truly believe in LOGCIC your premise has to be either restated or rejected.

If you reject the group, leave the island. Live TRULY on your own if you can.

I am going to guess you will just retreat to "I was misunderstood....."

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Posted by dennis7x on 10/08/2013 at 1:54 PM

Re: “Partisan? The Wake school board majority's problem isn't that they're partisan —

And John Tedesco is not partisan? This is what I voted for, to stop the efforts and (failing, read above) results of the prior board.

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Posted by dennis7x on 09/27/2012 at 11:00 AM

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