"Thank fuck Obama is dropping bombs…PEACE!"
And they say satire is dead.
food should be free. water should be free. housing should be free. power, fuel, electricity should be free. basic necessities should be free.
the idea of “people should have to work…
I reblogged this a couple days ago and people kept trying to tell me all we need to do is create a barter system and everything will be fixed.
I understand people having an issue with fiat currency and central banks but I don’t get the people that just hate ‘money’.
'The enemy is knocking at our door.'
Some of them are actually afraid that ISIL is going to attack american military at their private residences….
How the fuck did I live around these people for all those years? Jfc
Thank fuck Obama is dropping bombs in Iraq you delusional fuckwit there's a genocide going on. Get the fuck off tumblr and do something worth while instead of complain about shit you go no idea about. PEACE!
The Independent: “Obama becomes fourth president in a row to go on tv and announce Iraq bombings”
He supports the war in Afghanistan but not the war in Iraq.
Supports war with ISIL.
Supports a raise in the minimum wage.
Supports taxes, police and the military pretty much unconditionally.
Calls himself a Libertarian.
I don’t get it.
We were never the aggressors; we only defended our lands, women and children -Sitting Bull
Remembering the Battle of Greasy Grass, June 25th, 1876
This is very legitimate I honestly don’t know how I am just now hearing about this and I live in Pennsylvania! Every single family had been presumed guilty, a patent violation of every notion of our civil liberties.
This is what statism is destined for. This is the only possible outcome of the War on Drugs — innocent victims.
The New York Times reported last week that New York City’s pension funds were contributing $40 million to a new “affordable housing” investment pool and expecting to earn a paltry 2.75 percent return. Gotham’s comptroller, Scott Stringer (D), who oversees the city’s pension funds and whose primary experience in business was running a failed bar-restaurant in Manhattan in the early 1990s, called this a “sound investment.”
Ultimately, taxpayers are on the hook for pension fund shortfalls—next year the city will contribute $8 billion or 11% of its budget—so “investments” of this sort are just a covert way of diverting city cash to particular causes.
Today, the grey lady has a blockbuster story that looks at how lawmakers, consultants, and public-employee unions use the city’s pension funds to favor particular groups and punish their enemies. The teachers’ union, which helps oversee the city’s pension funds, “keeps a list of investment firms it sees as unacceptable because of their connections to groups that, say, favor charter schools.” In 2010, pension fund trustees extracted an apology and retraction out of the private equity firm Blackstone, which does business with the system, after a company official offended them by remarking during an investment call that public-sector retirement benefits are “excessive.” Comptroller Stringer is planning to invest $1 billion in firms led by minorities and women, the Times reports, even though such initiatives “make it harder to achieve top investment returns.”
With pension funds devouring an ever-growing share of New York City’s budget, the story looks at efficiencies that could stave off the inevitable crisis, such as consolidating five separate funds and replacing outside managers with city staffers. Here’s a better idea: Switch all New York City public employees to 403(b)s, so they can decide how to invest their own nest eggs how they see fit—and bear the consequences.
My anaconda don’t want none unless you understand that every human being is a sovereign individual, complete with a very basic set of human rights granted by birth, and free to make their own choices without coercion or any threat of violence, hun.