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>Meaningless Words in Politics  - Ron Paul - 
Given the number of down arrows Mr. C receives I would have to say you are in the minority.

As for responding to his arguments, I've done that on several occasions and it's only brought out more ludicrous drivel from the individual. Mr. C doesn’t respond well to reason or historical facts if they don’t happen to fit his personal beliefs.

You defend someone who’s sole purpose in commenting is to smear the authors, bring up issues which have no relevance to the article, and simply see his own slewed thoughts in print. One almost has to ask if Lovetochat is yet another one of Jim C’s logins. I’ll turn this back to you, you only seem to comment when it’s in defense of Mr. C after he’s made a comment that’s not related to an article and someone takes him to task for this. You never have much to say about any particular article, at least not that I’ve ever seen.

I’m sure everyone would be happy to see less of Jim C’s off the subject ranting’s as well as my posts trying to keep things focused. So you strike a deal with Jim C to stay on topic and I won’t have to show my distain for individuals who try to jack a thread.

I would far more enjoy more of the intelligent sharing of idea’s that happen with articles not written by authors that Jim C harbors some personal hatred for.

3550 days ago
Beginning of the headline :As we enter the fall political season, we will hear a great deal of rhetoric from both major political parties and their many candidates for office. It's important for us to remember, however, that words can be made meaningless by misuse or overuse. And when we as citizens allow politicians to obscure the truth by distorting words, we diminish ourselves and our nation... Read More
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