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I was not put on the face of this earth to whine about every failure of mankind. I provide for my family and at this point 54 people and their families.

 

Folks in Bangladesh are not on my responsibility list.

And neither are we on their's. . . so why should we agonize over their deaths? We shouldn't. Friends and family first, after that if there's anything left folks can help out if they like. Send money? It's a waste as it'll be looted by corrupt offficials before it ever reaches the victim's families. It's pointless.

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I deal in things that I am directly involved in and if I wish can do something about.

 

Life is too short to agonize over the failures of the world.

 

Look it is acknowledged that we have an overpopulation issue.

 

Natural selection.

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More points for free enterprise:

 

 

NY Times reports: "The engineer who raised the alarm and asked the owners to evacuate the building - two days before the collapse - has been arrested"

 

Most likely, Rand Paul would demand he be shot ....

 

:(

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Still don't care. sorry.

 

Nor does the world care.

 

Where is your angst about negro on negro murder.

 

 

did you miss the part about I do not care about the problems of a 3rd world country.

Maybe you missed the part about people earning slave wages in third world countries precisely to increase the profits of American corporations? And hundreds dying in the process of increasing corporate wealth? [Not sure if you would care about American lives being lost on Ameircan soil, in coal mines, on oil rigs, or in proximity to a massive ammonia plant in Texas, or not.] What many US corporations, who do not want to pay fair wages to American workers, have succeeded in doing is exporting plantations...and the only winner in this sinister game are the corporations.

'Negro on negro murder'? Is that your equivalent of 'cracker on cracker murder?' Happens all the time in Red States with minimal minority populations. Check out the statistics, relative to population, re murder, rape and domestic violence in, say, Alaska.

As for the kind of inner city black on black slaughter you are referring to, it's obvious legislation should be passed to massively increase police presence, establish much stricter gun laws in the states and counties surrounding, say, Chicago, as it's clear the guns are not coming from outer space.

Moreover, I am willing to bet you don't lose a fraction of a second of sleep re the grim realities of urban ghetto's; that's simply not consistent with your backwards provincialism and the astonishing laziness with which you respond to those who disagree with you. Let's see if you can construct a comprehensible paragraph....

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Maybe you missed the part about people earning slave wages in third world countries precisely to increase the profits of American corporations? And hundreds dying in the process of increasing corporate wealth? [Not sure if you would care about American lives being lost on Ameircan soil, in coal mines, on oil rigs, or in proximity to a massive ammonia plant in Texas, or not.] What many US corporations, who do not want to pay fair wages to American workers, have succeeded in doing is exporting plantations...and the only winner in this sinister game are the corporations.

'Negro on negro murder'? Is that your equivalent of 'cracker on cracker murder?' Happens all the time in Red States with minimal minority populations. Check out the statistics, relative to population, re murder, rape and domestic violence in, say, Alaska.

As for the kind of inner city black on black slaughter you are referring to, it's obvious legislation should be passed to massively increase police presence, establish much stricter gun laws in the states and counties surrounding, say, Chicago, as it's clear the guns are not coming from outer space.

Moreover, I am willing to bet you don't lose a fraction of a second of sleep re the grim realities of urban ghetto's; that's simply not consistent with your backwards provincialism and the astonishing laziness with which you respond to those who disagree with you. Let's see if you can construct a comprehensible paragraph....

the urban ghettos in america are victims of liberal policies. notice all the large ghetto cities are governed by liberal democrats? regardless of red state or blue state...all the large ghetto cities are governed locally by liberal democrats. it's a fact.

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you all see humanity as a colony of insects. liberals are insectile in their social codes and beliefs. much like cock-roaches. the more evolved

animal feels revulsion upon seeing a cockroach. it's just basic instinct for the more evolved animal to step on it. not really out of hate or anger,

but as a natural physical reaction. why? because cockroaches are parasites. they exploit the environment of other creatures and desecrate it

for their own interests. and if you wanna go into darwin and adaption? it was darwin who made clear a hierarchy of races among men. survival

of the fittest meant the strong overpowering the weak. the lone liberal is weak. he depends upon the safety net of collectivism for survival. just

like other insects. liberalism is regressive to the nature of man. he never lasts long. there's always a man strong enough to play the role of exterminator.

this has happened over and over again throughout history.

'Insectile'? A for your revision of Darwinist theory I am here to tell you that the base of the Republican Party, especially the evangelical wing, believe Darwin was the devil made flesh, and so counter his theories with bizarre nonsense about Intelligent Design. Moreover, it is not liberals who fear the age they live in or the age to come. No. conservatives are grasping at a vision of American life that has long since passed---that long winded Golden Era when blacks were sold as animals, when women did not have the right to vote, when little kids were working 12 hour day s in factories, when coal miners went deep into the ground with no safety protections, or minimum wage. The American right wing has consistently stood for the privelged and against the working man. And I defy you to present any remotely credible account of our history that proves otherwise/.

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The American right wing has consistently stood for the privelged and against the working man. And I defy you to present any remotely credible account of our history that proves otherwise/.

 

I thought they only opposed women working.

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'Insectile'? A for your revision of Darwinist theory I am here to tell you that the base of the Republican Party, especially the evangelical wing, believe Darwin was the devil made flesh, and so counter his theories with bizarre nonsense about Intelligent Design. Moreover, it is not liberals who fear the age they live in or the age to come. No. conservatives are grasping at a vision of American life that has long since passed---that long winded Golden Era when blacks were sold as animals, when women did not have the right to vote, when little kids were working 12 hour day s in factories, when coal miners went deep into the ground with no safety protections, or minimum wage. The American right wing has consistently stood for the privelged and against the working man. And I defy you to present any remotely credible account of our history that proves otherwise/.

#1. the republican party isn't right wing. that's your 1st illusion.

2. darwin himself was a believer in god. he flip-flopped sometimes from a christian to an agnostic, but still a theist.

 

as far as the rest of your talking point babbling....slavery was on it's way out in america anyway. general robert e lee was anti-slavery. as were many confederates. and let me explain something to your dumb ass.....all the regulations in the world won't stop coal mine caves from collapsing every now and again. and btw...you said the gop has ALWAYS been for the rich? guess what, b*tch. it was the gop that freed the black slaves. you sound like a f**king female. neurotic as hell. so shut the f**k up and get back in the kitchen. do you consider the nazi party "right wing"? guess what? they were a workers rights party. hitler nationalized 2 labor unions. one of their primary goals was class equalization. let's play some more, b*tch. i can do this all night.

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all my empathy responsibilities are booked up until July.

 

Mine are somewhere around 2021

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DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) The death toll from the horrifying collapse of a shoddily built garment factory in Bangladesh hit 580 on Sunday as workers search through the remaining rubble for any remaining bodies.

 

 

 

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013/05/05/bangladesh-building-collapse/2136439/

Take a look at their constitution and see if you can still call their system free-enterprise with a straight face. PDF: http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/research/bangladesh-constitution.pdf

 

Edit: this is assuming they haven't changed their constitution since the document in my link.

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That's Kleptocratic thinking for you, laisee-fare and all that. Oh yeah the free-market regulates itself. HA !!!!!!!!!! BULLCRAP !!!!!!!!!!!
. Look at my PDF link. Your ability to jump to a conclusion so long as it fits your narrative is amazing. Sheep.

 

Look, folks get over it, k. No one really cares.
I care enough to deffend Laissez Faire Capitalism's stellar image and I have with the PDF link. Clearly Bangladesh is intentionally a socialist state accorded to their own government framing document.

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It has nothing to do with that. From their side it has to do with a few hundred uneducated, inbred leeches on society.

 

I don't care.

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DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — The death toll from the horrifying collapse of a shoddily built garment factory in Bangladesh hit 580 on Sunday as workers search through the remaining rubble for any remaining bodies.

 

 

 

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013/05/05/bangladesh-building-collapse/2136439/

That's all right, as long as the Walton family can have their clothing manufactured by slaves and then sell it to the stupid people in the U.S. for 2000 percent profit, who cares if a few slaves die, there's plenty more willing to work eighty hour work weeks for a dollar a day and a sandwich and coke, right?

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How many times do we liberals have to apologize for the Soviet Union? We've admitted our mistakes with regard to this matter many times.

 

ahh but sir, it is not apology which is sought. it is an object lesson which has bearing (not bearing as in load bearing, as in walls which are supposed to be load bearing but which collapse because the workers don't care about quality as they will be paid regardless. kind of like unions, and kind of like the apathy rewarded by social programs)

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accept of course that anhydrous ammonia is one of the most highly government regulated chemicals in this country. looks like your regulation failed on that one.

 

He's not from Texas.

 

 

anhydrous is regulated at the federal level. welcome to liberal la-la land.

 

The federal regs are to stop terrorists from getting it, NOT to regulate how permit holders subsequently handle it - that is a state jobm and texass failed.

 

Welcome to conbagger la la land - obama's responsible for everything, except the good stuff.

 

 

 

Unregulated?

 

The owner violated the law, moonbat.

 

Freaking trolls can't tell the truth to save their worthless lives.

 

Splain that to lews, tard.

 

Also, regulators are supposed to check up on regulatees and see to it they are NOT violating the law. The regulations empower and require them to do so. But Texass cut their budget.

 

 

How many times do we liberals have to apologize for the Soviet Union? We've admitted our mistakes with regard to this matter many times.

 

 

:lol: :lol: :lol:

 

I just like how the tard aims high: If we beat the soviet union we are A Number One! :lol:

 

Unregulated Free Enterprise: Built America

 

And under-regulated capitalism is destroying it.

 

If you knew the difference between free enterprise and capitalism, you would not be retarded. I will give you ONE distinction, for free:

 

Free enterprisers risk their own capital; capitalists risk other folks' capital.

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Take a look at their constitution and see if you can still call their system free-enterprise with a straight face. PDF: http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/research/bangladesh-constitution.pdf

 

Edit: this is assuming they haven't changed their constitution since the document in my link.

 

The world's biggest, "free enterprise" retailers use unregulated child labor in Bangladesh, most notably Disney.

 

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That's all right, as long as the Walton family can have their clothing manufactured by slaves and then sell it to the stupid people in the U.S. for 2000 percent profit, who cares if a few slaves die, there's plenty more willing to work eighty hour work weeks for a dollar a day and a sandwich and coke, right?

And who wants to bet that you and Paul Alan are big Apple product users/supporters...

 

The federal regs are to stop terrorists from getting it, NOT to regulate how permit holders subsequently handle it - that is a state jobm and texass failed.

You have a link to support this claim, or are we suppose to just take your word for it?

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Ok, we shall draw a final conclusion to this thread.

 

Don't think anyone really cares what happened. Not saying it was a good thing, but ya just can't pick underwear out of your ass over every single thing that happens in the world.

 

Capsche?

 

You said the same thing about Newtown.

 

... and Aurora

 

... and Tuscon

 

Regulated free enterprise insanity (fortunately NRA has no control)

 

 

"No one injured in 16 car pileup at Talledaga"

 

http://msn.foxsports.com/nascar/story/sprint-cup-kyle-busch-starts-chain-reaction-crash-of-16-cars-at-talladega-050513#!ea8Z4

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More points for free enterprise:

 

 

NY Times reports: "The engineer who raised the alarm and asked the owners to evacuate the building - two days before the collapse - has been arrested"

 

Most likely, Rand Paul would demand he be shot ....

 

:(

you really are a pathetic pos

 

gfy

 

dumbazz...

 

 

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you really are a pathetic pos

 

gfy

 

dumbazz...

 

 

Nowhere to run and hide 'dumbazz'?

 

:)

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anhydrous is regulated at the federal level. welcome to liberal la-la land.

 

I dont know about Texas but anhydrous is also watched by law enforcement very closely....

 

being a chemical meth can be made with......

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DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — The death toll from the horrifying collapse of a shoddily built garment factory in Bangladesh hit 580 on Sunday as workers search through the remaining rubble for any remaining bodies.

 

 

 

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013/05/05/bangladesh-building-collapse/2136439/

 

Isn't EVERYTHING shoddily built there? The whole piece of shit country is a river delta.

Why even build shoddy crap? Either get off the muck or live on a raft and wait for the flood. Again.

 

How did this make any credible news source? Oh USA Today, never mind. National Enquirer owns them, right?

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