: Rhetoric? What about "Private sector good, public sector bad", "Unions are evil corrupt arms of the mafia", "Bleeding heart liberals"
: Surely one as pious as you'll remember not to talk about the scalfs in others eyes when you have a plank in your own. Or rather a Timber yard.
Look for unabashed rhetorical salvos like "Private sector good,
public sector bad", "Unions are evil corrupt arms of the mafia",
"Free market..." in any of my posts Lark and please show
us all the links. There aren't any as you will see. I did use the
phrase "bleeding heart liberal" once but only to someone who took
credit for being one. So much for logs and such. Now, if you're
inclined to search for splinters in my eyes feel free. If you find
some, make sure they weigh about the same as McDeath before
you call me on it.
: Free market, free market, free market, free market I could ask you the same. When was the last time you got thanks from McDeath for fighting their corner? I get thanks from the people I assist in labour disputes etc. all the time.
: Once more without a leg to stand on.
Once more, Lark spends his fingertips with no point to make. My
contention is with those who would wish to make any point by demonizing
a group of people as genocidal who are merely operating a business.
In a civilized world, one should be able to completely disagree with
something without resorting to falsely labeling it to garner an
emotionally charged support base. This proves the premise in an
argument to be weak. Of course, a weak premise never stopped a weak
mind from rambling on for far too long.