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Bedford Ramblings
Steve Mills

A comparison of responses to AARP by Mr. Trump and Mr. Biden

Posted Monday, September 28, 2020, at 5:39 PM
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    "The thing that I would most want to do is have people live out their lives and die"

    Quote by sloppy joe in the above referenced aarp publication

    Biden most wants us to die.

    Steve, gotta be honest with you. I had a hard time reading that though the tears of laughter brought on by earp's prologue disclaimer of "AARP is nonpartisan and neither supports nor opposes candidates for office".

    If I ever decide to join an old person union, it will be AMAC, not earp. EARP is too left wing for me.

    To the point of the post, it sounds to me like Joe's big plan on making things better is to raise taxes. But he only wants people to pay their fair share. That is all you hear from the left. Pay your fair share. Well, I doubt many people would mind actually paying their fair share. But there are a heck of a lot of us that would like these libtarted socialsts who think there is an unlimited supply of OPM (other people's money) to tell us exactly what the ef our fair share is. Have you noticed that they just never get around to that? Why is that? It is because they don't have any specific amount or percentage in mind. The only thing they have in mind is more. They will never be satisfied until they have taken everything.

    But, wait, there's more! They won't even be satisfied then because they will see that the only thing left is what they have stolen from us and even that is gone because of their pathological need to spend beyond their means.

    -- Posted by fair share on Mon, Sep 28, 2020, at 10:50 PM
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