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Libris Fidelis

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By now EVERYONE should know that when capitalists in our USA export manufacturing plants to those foreign societies that have low-education and a much lower low-standard of living than we have, that by shutting down manufacturing in our own country, the people in those other poorer nations do not get the share in costs saved to the capitalists.  The people in those poorer nations are therefore being exploited for their cheaper labor and lack of health care, such that, yes, there are more new jobs for them, but in those poverty wages they get, they are not up-lifted to a higher standard of living.

If capitalists were loyal to our USA and RETAINED our USA's domestic manufacturing and distribution-retail base, they could even then HELP those poorer societies to advance in economic fair enterprise, by aiding them to have the same manufacturing and retail system we have, and that would not disrupt our own domestic system.  But the conspiracy is in how capitalists are DESTROYING our US domestic economy to eliminate the costs of advanced society for the sake of increasing their profits at the expense of BOTH SOCIETIES!  AND THAT IS CALLED GLOBALIZATION -- NOT WORLD TRADE ! ! !
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A State of Mind 10:32 AM
The GOP is dead in the water and simply doesn't understand it's time to lie down. This Party needs a fundamental turnaround and that implies a revamp of it's basic policies and a distancing from biblical dictates before it is moving forward. There is no possibility in moving into a new millennium and reaching those young people, when you are still against women's right to choose and homosexuals. When you are anti-science and making claims against what is proven and factual (translate that 'climate change'). These old men had better understand they are dinosaurs and fast or they're done.

Libris Fidelis 10:53 AM
TO +A State of Mind: The Republifascist mafia cult is not 'dead in the water', they are aimlessly wandering around trying to find the dock where they can get more 'fuel'.  And there is the danger.

Somehow in their deranged mentality of advocating power by wealth and defending the wealthy elite's power, there fit into that paradigm a new Republicommunism insanity of denying science and of what Goering Warcrimes Bush called 'revisionist history' (a facet that Bush was the drum-major of doing).

The problem comes in the Republifascist cult finding the dock and a new way of attracting and inciting a more effective way of lying about history and reality.  If they 'refuel' then watch out... a second Adolf Hitler will then resurface as a Republican!
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Allan Stark 12:17 PM
Poverty breeds a class of people who share bad & erroneous notions about wealth and its benefits.

Libris Fidelis 1:23 PM
TO +Justin Loger: First of all you are dishonest so a comment on the insanity of your comment will be wasted.  But then if you had any intelligence you would make an adult comment.

Libris Fidelis 1:23 PM
TO +Allan Stark: Your statement is utterly false.

Justin Loger 1:43 PM
TO +Libris Fidelis: How exactly is that dishonest? Do we not have a system where two idiots can out-vote a genius?

Libris Fidelis 1:46 PM
TO +Justin Loger: That is not how the system works.

Justin Loger 1:49 PM
No? We don't have a system where majority rules?

Libris Fidelis 1:51 PM
TO +Justin Loger: No.  That is a very immature person's logic.

Justin Loger 2:41 PM
TO +Libris Fidelis: Is it true or is it false?

Simple question. 

Libris Fidelis 7:05 PM
TO +Justin Loger: It is a complex system made unathomable in people's simple minds.  There is no 'yes' or 'no' correct answer.
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Gina Lounello

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My son & daughter & I will be homeless after this Saturday I stretched out where we are until SUNDAY 12/20/15 We are in the State of Florida moved here in March 2013 lost my home & my car, my son was hit by a car riding his bike to work, I had to leave my job to care for him, now we are going to be without a place to live. My dad was diagnosed with cancer 3wks after my sons accident, the only reason I came to Florida from upstate NY was to be near my parents now I cannot even help myself. I have resumes all over Pasco County for employment, had 3 interviews but nothing yet, my son is still in OT & PT he spend 22 days in the hospital after he was hit. I really need some help this is coming down to all of us being on the streets I actually tried to get assistance from the County and I am getting no where, told no funds available this is so discouraging please help us if you can.. God Bless
My son and I are about to be homeless, on Aug 10 my son was hit by a car riding his bike to work, after 22 days in the hospital in which I spent every day by his side and lost my job at this point. My son sustained traumatic brain injuries and is going to physical therapy to learn to walk again,...
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Jat Pack 1:23 PM
People want to do some good on social media maybe they can try and find these people jobs and permanent residence. 

Libris Fidelis 1:38 PM
TO +Jat Pack:  Why place the burden on working people?  That was rather ignorant of you to say that.  Do you use plastic to buy with?  Buying with plastic eliminates thousands of jobs!  Do you support off-shoring of jobs by buying at Mal-Wart?  Do you favor buying less-expensive imported products over "more costly" domestically-made products from our USA?  That more than anything has made the homeless problem be born after the 1980s and grow exponentially as it has since then.
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+Dan R-. The proof is in your dishonesty.  You are waging a propaganda disagreement.  It is socialism when churches and non-profits assist homeless and people in poverty.  Even the government practices socialism when it extends social security benefits to homeless persons and provides subsidies to shelters and consultation services.  With the way that capitalism is eliminating employment in favor of technology, and yet few capitalist companies contribute to homeless funds, your comment is entirely dishonest.
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Chris Buller

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i know well what it is to be homeless. i have been thuss off and on since i was 18. its hard and the average person with the basic things they need look down on the homeless like a disease. do the homeless have problems? yes we do
some have drug and alcohal issues. but some of us have mental issues taht keep us from reaching what sociaty deams acceptable
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An extremely interesting plot for sale in Kigali, Kacyiru Location: District of Gasabo, Kacyiru For more precision, this large plot extends along the main road Kimihurura – Kacyiru Size of t...
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I agree with this 250%, especially this applies to internet TROLLS who cannot participate in a decent social conversation without lying and attacking and disrupting the conversation for their own amusement, then accuse the advocates of decent conversation of being trolls and of lying and of intentionally attacking the TROLLS  ! ! ! ! ! -- Libris Fidelis
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This graphic is the TYPICAL pro-Establishment propaganda that is vomited and thrust into everyone's faces by rabid Republifascists.  This kind of offensive propaganda is intended to hide the actual meaning of socialism, which base word is SOCIAL so therefore the opponents of true Socialism are ANTI-SOCIAL SOCIOPATHS!
REPUBLICAN SOCIOPATH: noun
a person advocating anti-political supremacy of the mega-wealthy class in such causes as are predominantly displayed by Republicans, who are endowed with a cult-personality disorder which manifests itself in extreme antisocial attitudes and behaviors and a lack of integrity in order to deceptively win all psychological arguments for which there is no basis for Republicans to attack Democracy as they characteristically do. -- Libris Fidelis
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Gauzpads Fred (TheMedicalEmergency) 10:33 AM
It's about personal responsibility and protection of our country from unknowns and known liars.

Also, How do you know how much money republicans give to the poor? Do you think its less than you give? 

I think there is a lot of Hypocrisy in this Meme.

Libris Fidelis 10:54 AM
The last panel destroyed the whole graphic.

Scottie Burke 11:18 AM +1 Like
The people who give to the poor who can not afford to give are giving way more than millionaires and billionaires who usually have an ulterior motive whenever their give any of their money away

Libris Fidelis 11:21 AM
TO +Scottie Burke: Let us look at it another way.  It is obscene that the PAYCHEQUE (not investment return) of the top executive officers and board members of major corporations in our countries is often 250,000 times MORE than the lowest-paid employee of their business.  THAT is not just obscene, it is immoral and is a rip-off of the customers of those businesses!
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After Ronald Reagan's corruption of the Federal Communication Commission in 1986, by 1998 the Republicans in Congress had cut government funding to so many public broadcasting agencies that one was featured by mainstream news, when it said (not an actual quote but from memory): We are sorry that we ever told the truth, and we promise to never tell the truth ever again -- and then they ended their broadcasting with that announcement and turned off their transmitters forever on that day.

With the previous threats to end all government subsidies and the termination of so may public broadcasting agencies which had lost all of their government funding, National Public Radio (NPR) then became known as 'National Propaganda Radio' and Public Broadcast Service (PBS) became strictly entertainment, to be replaced by the gossip entertainment Science Channel which is not science and by the gossip entertainment History Channel which is not history. -- Libris Fidelis
 
A license to lie
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History gives the basis for understanding the present.  Without history there is no understanding of cause-and-effect. -- Libris Fidelis
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Libris Fidelis

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Doesn't he look like he has a face that comes from horse-genetics?  You don't suppose someone took a horse out in the night and . . . no . . . no way! -- Libris Fidelis
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This is atrocious.  The inhumanity of people oppressing the underclass is one thing, but to conduct a purge of the underclass by evicting them from the city is worse than dastardly... it is diabolic! -- Libris Fidelis

http://usuncut.com/class-war/snitch-app-san-francisco-homeless/
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You can tell that the Republifascists are haters of our nation and of our US Constitution or they would not resort to lies and slander and subversion to attempt to win converts.  That is their only value as Republifascists - - in order to serve the wealthy elite they lie and slander and subvert everything civil and decent in a country that depends upon honesty.  Even though the Republifascists lie that it is we liberals who lie and deceive and rant and attack with character defamation, it is evident that we do not but that THEY DO! -- Libris Fidelis
 
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Let's review.
Southern states:
1.  are the most religious
2.  are the most evangelical
3.  have the most racists  
4.  are controlled by Republicans
5.  have the lowest wages
6.  are the most impoverished
7.  have the highest regional use of food stamps
8.  have the highest rates of teen pregnancy
9.  have the highest rates of obesity
10. have higher rates of heart disease and stroke
11. have higher rates of cancer mortality
12. have fewer high school graduates  
13. have fewer residents with college degrees
14. have the highest rates of incarceration

-- I hated the South when I went there, I found Southerners on the internet to be the most dishonest as well! -- Libris Fidelis
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+Thomas Armstrong But that is the fallacy, REAL words do not change even if they are derivations.  It is DICTIONS that change because they are mis-defined improperly used words.  There is the problem.  I detest DICTIONS.
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