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    What is the definition of a libtard?

    This word has been thrown around alot on these boards, so I figured I'd post the (un)official definition:

    Libtard - n. As repetitive as it sounds, it stands for "liberal retard." A libtard wants to live in a fantasy world (in which life is the way that they WISH IT WAS) as opposed to dealing with life the way it actually is. (This explains the religious fervor that many of them demonstrate when it comes to smoking pot).

    The most idealistic libtard envisions a time when science/technology and Socialism will eliminate all poverty, hunger, war, disease, injustice, unemployment and prejudice. (It is a nice pipe dream but human nature will forever stand in the way of that goal).

    Most libtards subscribe to the notion that "people are basically good", and build their foundation for activism and "improving the human condition" on that faulty premise. Because they deny the facts about human nature, their "reasoning" is diametrically opposite to common sense (blue states vs. red states).

    The reality that people have different initiative levels, are basically selfish, and often work for their own interests before helping others, puts a libtard's panties in a wad. So, when citizens will not voluntarily comply with various libtard prescriptions for "the common good", then laws must be passed, or force used, to MAKE them comply. (It is the gradual path to totalitarianism). Likewise, his/her na´ve cries of: "can't we all just get along...


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    So, basically, you think we should NOT work towards the goals of improving the human condition then?

    I think the premise is faulty, and proved as such with one example: Science has eliminated Polio and Small pox. And, given enough time and energy, why could the other items not be eliminated?

    Jobs for everyone would be easy: Science opens new areas of employment, and new resources to exploit. Science and technology can eventually end hunger, given enough time and energy devoted to things like increasing crop yields.
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    Now's the time for the poster formerly known as BB to fess up and reveal that he never really went away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankeefan2009 View Post
    This word has been thrown around alot on these boards, so I figured I'd post the (un)official definition:

    Libtard - n. As repetitive as it sounds, it stands for "liberal retard." A libtard wants to live in a fantasy world (in which life is the way that they WISH IT WAS) as opposed to dealing with life the way it actually is. (This explains the religious fervor that many of them demonstrate when it comes to smoking pot).

    The most idealistic libtard envisions a time when science/technology and Socialism will eliminate all poverty, hunger, war, disease, injustice, unemployment and prejudice. (It is a nice pipe dream but human nature will forever stand in the way of that goal).

    Most libtards subscribe to the notion that "people are basically good", and build their foundation for activism and "improving the human condition" on that faulty premise. Because they deny the facts about human nature, their "reasoning" is diametrically opposite to common sense (blue states vs. red states).

    The reality that people have different initiative levels, are basically selfish, and often work for their own interests before helping others, puts a libtard's panties in a wad. So, when citizens will not voluntarily comply with various libtard prescriptions for "the common good", then laws must be passed, or force used, to MAKE them comply. (It is the gradual path to totalitarianism). Likewise, his/her na´ve cries of: "can't we all just get along...


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    Quote Originally Posted by NBuffaloResident View Post
    So, basically, you think we should NOT work towards the goals of improving the human condition then?

    I think the premise is faulty, and proved as such with one example: Science has eliminated Polio and Small pox. And, given enough time and energy, why could the other items not be eliminated?

    Jobs for everyone would be easy: Science opens new areas of employment, and new resources to exploit. Science and technology can eventually end hunger, given enough time and energy devoted to things like increasing crop yields.
    Not when it includes destroying the futures of the humans who pay for it.

    I have no responsibility to pay health care of illegal aliens in NYC. Yet there is a hospital that advertises they will not turn you in if you are an illegal alien.

    There are 6 billion or more people on earth. You will never help everyone and it's stupid to even try to. It's impossible.

    There was a saying once... teach a person to fish versus handing him fish. I'm sick of paying for the fish.
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    I think the premise is faulty, and proved as such with one example: Science has eliminated Polio and Small pox. And, given enough time and energy, why could the other items not be eliminated?

    Jobs for everyone would be easy: Science opens new areas of employment, and new resources to exploit. Science and technology can eventually end hunger, given enough time and energy devoted to things like increasing crop yields.
    Then tell me why is HUD building "moderate" income families 400k apartments that we pay for?

    it's a slap in the face to the people who bust their ass that get stuck with the bill.

    I'd rather see 60 mil go into research for something realistic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    Not when it includes destroying the futures of the humans who pay for it.

    I have no responsibility to
    pay health care of illegal aliens in NYC. Yet there is a hospital that advertises they will not turn you in if you are an illegal alien.

    There are 6 billion or more people on earth. You will never help everyone and it's stupid to even try to. It's impossible.

    There was a saying once... teach a person to fish versus handing him fish. I'm sick of paying for the fish.
    How is improving the human condition destroying anything? That is a completely illogical statement.

    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    Then tell me why is HUD building "moderate" income families 400k apartments that we pay for?

    it's a slap in the face to the people who bust their ass that get stuck with the bill.

    I'd rather see 60 mil go into research for something realistic.
    And, what the hell does that have to do with whether or not we can improve the human condition as a whole?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    Then tell me why is HUD building "moderate" income families 400k apartments that we pay for?
    Could it be that you are being raped by big business? You know, the ones that charge you (the taxpayers) 400K for those apartments.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BorderBob View Post
    Could it be that you are being raped by big business? You know, the ones that charge you (the taxpayers) 400K for those apartments.


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    No... Your being raped by the people who allow it to happen. HUD.. that little government department that Andrew was part of.
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    How is improving the human condition destroying anything? That is a completely illogical statement.
    how is improving the human condition for one group while destroying it for another good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    No... Your being raped by the people who allow it to happen. HUD.. that little government department that Andrew was part of.
    So, basically, because of HUD, we can't improve the human condition?

    Man 'Res... You really are short sighted. But, it's not like you give a rats arse about improving anything but your own situation. You've said so yourself right here on this forum.
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    And, what the hell does that have to do with whether or not we can improve the human condition as a whole?
    tat 60 million can be used to improve the human condition as a whole versus just 150 families.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    how is improving the human condition for one group while destroying it for another good?
    Are you familiar with the Laws of Thermodynamics? Particularly, the second one? A small hint: That does not work only on energy systems. It's actually a law in several fields, from energy to economic systems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    tat 60 million can be used to improve the human condition as a whole versus just 150 families.
    Improving as a whole. Which means suitable housing for everyone. That improves the human condition as a whole.

    You really are selfish, huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WNYresident View Post
    No... Your being raped by the people who allow it to happen. HUD.. that little government department that Andrew was part of.
    And the Bush Administration. HUD has been around for a while. Bottom line is the government establishment and their big business cronies make the money, while every one else stuggles!


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