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Comment: Re:No politicians! Anarchy for all! (Score 1) 551

by jd2112 (#48306813) Attached to: In this year's US mid-term elections ...

There are only two parties. Get over it. You're fucked.

The libertarians can't win. The Greens can't win. The independents can't win. If we got rid of the Democrats and the Republicans, I we all know who'd win the next election: The Democrats and the Republicans.

There is only one party. Other than the so-called 'wedge issues' that generally don't generally have much effect on most people's daily lives other than to distract from the real issues there isn't much difference between the two. I'm not voting because there aren't any viable third party candidates and I can't bring myself to vote for any of the candidates of either Team Red or Team Blue of the farce of a two-party system.

Comment: Re: If you tax the rich, they'll leave (Score 1) 255

Yes it is a struggle. You know with the economy like it is when I traded my year old Mercedes S-Class a new one was just too expensive so I had to settle for an M-Class. Now everybody at the country club us going to laugh at me when the Rolls and the Bentley are both in the shop...

Comment: Re:The saddest part is..... (Score 2) 56

by jd2112 (#48227125) Attached to: Secretive Funding Fuels Ongoing Net Neutrality Astroturfing Controversy

There are lots of people that genuinely oppose big government, but nobody likes Comcast. If given a choice, the people would prevent Comcast from having fast lanes, and unleash the rancor and krakken upon them simultaneously.

This is part of the problem of the Net Neutrality debate. There are no 'Fast lanes'. There is only what we have now and pothole-ridden dirt roads.

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