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March 06, 2013


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Your previous post pointing out the folly of corporate personhood made a valid point without labeling. It would be good to read more posts that didn't deal with weird labels.

Steve Sibson

So Mr. PC policeman, what labels are on your list of words that are banned in the totalitarian police state of Communist America?



Relax dude. I paid you a compliment and you get all feisty.

You can say whatever you want. You can put together all of the -isms and -ists that you want and I'll defend your right to do it.

The point I'm making is that more people will listen to the points you make if you don't sound as if you're just throwing out a bunch of made up labels.

Steve Sibson

Feisty? I thought it was a clever response. Again, I am more concerned about telling the truth than I am about being popular. I am calling a spade a spade. If you don't like the cards you are dealt, perhaps it is time to stop playing the game.

I provide links to show that I am not just making a bunch of made up stuff. I would think you libs would appreciate the words of Bill Clinton's mentor.

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