The London riots are a cautionary tale for us / by sylvia kronstadt

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The London riots are a cautionary tale for us / by sylvia kronstadt
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Wed, 08-24-2011 - 10:22am
It simmered so long, it was bound to be strong
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Facts like more and more people, with degrees, are now considered poor?

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I'd agree, except taxes are not 'tearing down'.

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"Facts like more and more people, with degrees, are now considered poor?"

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"I'd agree, except taxes are not 'tearing down'."

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I watched a program

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"A Clean Water Act was passed in 1972."

I fail to see the relevence of mentioning this unless you're confusing the idea of reasonable regulation with no regulation.

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First, I was talking about America, not France or England.

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This is too funny:

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And now the righties want them lowered further, to bring on a Greater Depression????

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http://www.pnhp.org/news/2009/october/meet_the_new_health_.php

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQTBYQlQ7yM

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Hi Anthony

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"First, I was talking about America, not France or England."

The rules of economics do not change. The US has been loosing jobs to other countries for decades. Even the left whines about it incessantly these days. I do note the left was proud of chasing away these 'dirty jobs' until recently when the damage they've caused our economy could no longer be ignored. But as is customary, instead of taking responsibility for what they've done, they blame the companies for leaving. They left's 'solution' to the problem they've caused is