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GrassrootsConservative
09-25-2013, 03:03 PM
But do you think this will help them learn their lesson that the government won't always be there to give them their free money? We saw two threads on this subject here yesterday ( http://thepoliticalforums.com/threads/16935-Here-Is-What-Will-Happen-If-Congress-DOESN-T-Get-Its-Act-Together-BY-MONDAY http://thepoliticalforums.com/threads/16931-Government-shutdown ) and I saw even more in other places.

It's funny how dependent some people are. If these people don't want to be left high and dry they need to not depend on something that is $16 trillion in debt and could literally be swept away at any moment in time.

If they're really going to beg this hard they need to not blame Republicans for their problems. They brought this upon themselves by voting in an overreaching government and letting it step on small businesses and the little guy.

Please note that this thread is not a call out thread on either Cigar or Marie, they're just prime examples from this forum. The only source I can use is their threads because I haven't seen any articles about the internet going nuts over this possible "government shutdown."

I think it's funny, some guy yesterday on another website posted in such a way I actually thought he might be literally running around in circles ripping his hair out in frustration. :pointlaugh:

The Xl
09-25-2013, 03:17 PM
A lot of people are unwillingly dependent, they just have no choice but to be so because the government has made it so.

GrassrootsConservative
09-25-2013, 03:20 PM
A lot of people are unwillingly dependent, they just have no choice but to be so because the government has made it so.

Yes, but shouldn't they be asking nicely instead of attacking everyone if they truly had no choice over the matter?

The Xl
09-25-2013, 03:22 PM
Yes, but shouldn't they be asking nicely instead of attacking everyone if they truly had no choice over the matter?

For sure. I'd imagine isn't easy to deal with, but yeah, that isn't much of an excuse.

GrassrootsConservative
09-25-2013, 03:25 PM
For sure. I'd imagine isn't easy to deal with, but yeah, that isn't much of an excuse.

Well of course, even I know it wouldn't be easy to deal with, but that's no excuse not to do it. I have to get a "food handlers permit" for my job even though I'm just a dishwasher and don't handle food unless I'm on break to eat it. No, it's not easy to deal with government red tape, but everyone must learn how to do it sometime. That's part of being human.

Some people even appreciate a challenge, myself included when it's something worth my time.