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Comment: Re:2+2=? (Score 2) 225 225

I hate to say give up, because I agree with you. The problem is that no-one cares about their tiny issues until AFTER an election. I personally am happy with a divided congress and a president that can't do anything. Hell, it hasn't hurt us for the past 6 years (actually 14-2). When government is barely keeping up, the people are moving ahead. Stop giving and vote to the middle. Start at home and divide the hell out of your local government. At least you won't have to worry about walking your dog after 6pm with the leash in your left hand. There are 3 major political entities in our country... Republicans, Democrats, and The People. Vote that way. It can't get any worse.

Comment: Re:Yay! Hopenchange! (Score 2, Insightful) 225 225

I am with you there. Our best employees are the ones that have not been through the debt claiming process of getting a degree. I personally find that the guys we have that went are way too comment happy. 8 lines of comment for a well named variable. The Cisco techs that we have comment access lists for port 80 traffic as "web server". IF you didn't post AC, I would love to talk more.

Comment: Re:That is a stupid sentence (Score 1) 528 528

No we can't really fight the government and win. But we have the option to do so, if we so choose.

Just imagine where we would be if that were actually true... NHS! Free healthcare!
If you believe that we could not fight the government and win, you have already lost.

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. - Edmund Burke

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