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Comment Re:Flamebait Summary (Score 1) 553

Talk about eating up propaganda... you say that people "make excuse for [Hamas's] terrorist attacks" and then you do the same thing with Israel's! Reality is, they're both wrong. If you can't see that (which apparently you can't) you're not being honest. Then you appear to go on to advocate that might makes right? That because any option but accepting Israel results in Israelis killing Palestinians (in itself wrong) that it should be done? How would you feel if I went in to your house with a gun and shot you and your family because you don't agree with me? It's the same logic but I would bet that you would be considerably less accepting then...

Comment Re:community (Score 1) 326

[fundamentalist capitalism] is an example of a known working economic system

Excuse me while I try to stop laughing...

Seriously, have you ever taken an economics class in your entire life? I mean, not to sound condescending, but GOOD GOLLY MISS MOLLY... there is very little debate among economists that you need government intervention to have a sustainable economy. What is debated is the amount that is healthy, but the fact that it's necessary is almost never debated.

Comment Re:Flamebait Summary (Score 1) 553

That's a stupid argument. The UN says "Let there be Israel!" then "Uh, Israel, please don't be a fuckwad... stop bombing people" and you say that it's hypocritical to only support the second statement because they came from the same source? I am, frankly, offended by how little thought went into your post.

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