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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoAmI View Post
    He already admitted he lied about his age on another thread, but said he would give no explanations. He stated in a later post that he was many things, but not a liar. You decide what you want to believe.
    ^ Maybe he thought he'd fit in better if he looked younger on his profile.

    I totally agree with BBDSP's post.

    And just to throw one more thing in there, I always love what the character Uncle Ben said in Spider-Man: "Remember, with great power, comes great responsibility."
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    If money = power, then what does that say about rich folk who talk and act like they deserve it and don't owe anything back to society??
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBDSP View Post
    Though I am sure Fauvee works hard and is motivated to succeed, the same could probably be said for the person who cleans toilets at his small business. Conservatives like to think that they're the only ones who work hard. I myself am spending a few minutes online before I put in a few more hours on my work--I routinely work 6 or 7 days a week.

    With all due respect, Fauvee, even if you deserve what you've got, the converse of that statement is not true. In other words, if other people do not have what you have, it doesn't mean that they are less deserving.

    I grew up in a very affluent town and my parents, especially my father, stressed education and hard work. His own parents were dirt poor. He benefited from a combination of innate gifts (had his choice of full scholarships to Stanford and Harvard), hard work, luck, and economic programs that enabled him to help himself (law school and his first house financed via the G.I. bill).

    For years I thought that I had what I have (great college education, opportunity to get my master's degree, well paying and interesting work) because I am special and deserving.

    It tooks years for it to dawn on me that I am where I am in large part because I am the daughter of a very successful attorney, lived in an affluent town with good public schools, and had parents who instilled excellent (and liberal!) values in me. Plus, being white does not hurt.

    Even something as simple and basic as being a very healthy person works in my favor.

    Yeah, I'm smart and I'm very good at what I do, but there are lots of other people with those attributes who never quite make it. The fact that they didn't make it is not necessarily because they didn't deserve to.

    The choices that I have made (mostly good ones) were made from the options laid out before me as a well educated, white, affluent woman. Even though I have worked really hard, I have had a scaffold for my success--a parent with financial resources.

    If you look at your own life story, you will see the myriad advantages that have made it possible for you to grow up, get educated, screw up, try again, succeed financially, etc.

    Many conservatives seem to have a real need to believe that they deserve everything they have (sometimes true, sometimes not) and that other people who do not have so much simply do not deserve it. I guess this belief makes them feel good.

    I'm going to say it one more time, as clearly as I can. You may or may not deserve what YOU have. But do not presume to know what other people deserve. 'Cuz you don't know jack.

    P.S. We could easily have afforded to belong to the local country club, but my dad would not be caught dead there because of their history of discriminating against blacks and Jews.

    MONEY IS NOT EVERYTHING.
    Well said, BBDSP.

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    yeah great post BBDSP, but why bother, im thinking its a silly troll or something along those lines.

    anyways *high five* i love ppl like u

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    Fauvee sounds familiar. Didn't Sandcastles say something once, about herself having an affair with a gardener or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvee View Post
    This message board worries me - society is not represented well here. You guys do know that don't you? I'm going to bid you all goodbye soon - I got here by accident and had no intention of getting involved in the discussions here but I saw a lot of pure unbridled hate spewing at anyone who doesn't share the same political views. That IS bigotry. That IS intolerance. That IS wrong.

    The specuation about my personal life and my wifes *devotion* gave me a chuckle. I have been married twice but I've been married to my current wife for 21 years. My 23 year old daughter is from my first marriage, my 20 year old daughter is with my current wife and our 2 year old came via a surrogate and the In Vetro Stork - a *miracle* of science that allowed us to have another child after my wife had a partial historectomy. If she's having an affair with our gardner I would be quite surprised but anything is possible - I haven't been a perfect husband.

    We live in a Birmingham suburb about 8 months a year, we also have a house in Camden Maine. We spend most of the winter at our house on Amelia Island and commute in a Beechcraft Baron 58 Twin Engine turboprop. We'll be heading back to Birmingham soon for the spring, summer, and fall football season. I own a small business that employs between 40 and 50 at any given time.

    I graduated from the University of Alabama but attended both Georgia Tech and Vanderbilt after I was expelled from Alabama for gambling. I was drafted into the Army during the summer of 1972 while I was expelled from Alabama. I have a degree in economics from Alabama attained after being accepted back after my 2 year stint in the Army. I worked for my father in Birmingham at a radio station he owned until I was 30. He was also part owner with his brother of an insurance agency in Birmigham - I bought it from him after his brother died and expanded it to what it is today. I had two siblings - a younger brother who died of cancer at age 45 and a sister 10 years younger than me. My brother was a successful businessman - he owned a company that manufactured parts for GM van conversions and had an engineering degree from Alabama. My sister is a Florida grad but has never worked. Her husband is a an Attorney turned Union Official with the United Rubber Workers of America. There you have it - my life - the life of a conservative small business owner, husband, father, and American who believes Barack Obama is probably the most unprepared, inexperienced, poor choice America has ever made at the ballot box. Does that make me the Devil? According to the members here at GRF - it does.

    Three quarters of the people in America work for a small business owner - similar to me in many ways. Most of those small business owners are fiscal conservatives - one of the reasons they're successful in business. Most fiscal conservatives tend to become more conservative politically as they get older and wiser. If you didn't know that - now you do.


    I have no sympathy for fools or ideoloques who can't support themselves and flourish in a free market economy. Youth is an excuse for failure - but only for a little while. In America, if you're poor, it's your fault.

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    I like the part about how "society is not well represented here." Does that mean that we are somehow the cretins, rejects, degenerates, or otherwise dregs of society? Because at least we can think, write, and spell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrs.v View Post
    FTB?
    Yes, that was a FTB!
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    OMG, do you think it (still not convinced it's not a troll of the FF variety) means "high society" is not represented? I thought it meant that the range of political viewpoints is not represented.

    If it thinks it's high society--well, it's too pitiful to even laugh at, really.

    Whoever or whatever you are: This country has wasted eight years listening to the garbage you and your kind have been spewing. The nation voted to stop you from controlling the discourse. It's time for you to take a back seat. If you want to take your money and run, feel free. Someone else will move up and take your place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *DIVA! View Post
    Yes, that was a FTB!
    That's what I thought too when I read it last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBDSP View Post
    Though I am sure Fauvee works hard and is motivated to succeed, the same could probably be said for the person who cleans toilets at his small business. Conservatives like to think that they're the only ones who work hard. I myself am spending a few minutes online before I put in a few more hours on my work--I routinely work 6 or 7 days a week.

    With all due respect, Fauvee, even if you deserve what you've got, the converse of that statement is not true. In other words, if other people do not have what you have, it doesn't mean that they are less deserving.

    I grew up in a very affluent town and my parents, especially my father, stressed education and hard work. His own parents were dirt poor. He benefited from a combination of innate gifts (had his choice of full scholarships to Stanford and Harvard), hard work, luck, and economic programs that enabled him to help himself (law school and his first house financed via the G.I. bill).

    For years I thought that I had what I have (great college education, opportunity to get my master's degree, well paying and interesting work) because I am special and deserving.

    It tooks years for it to dawn on me that I am where I am in large part because I am the daughter of a very successful attorney, lived in an affluent town with good public schools, and had parents who instilled excellent (and liberal!) values in me. Plus, being white does not hurt.

    Even something as simple and basic as being a very healthy person works in my favor.

    Yeah, I'm smart and I'm very good at what I do, but there are lots of other people with those attributes who never quite make it. The fact that they didn't make it is not necessarily because they didn't deserve to.

    The choices that I have made (mostly good ones) were made from the options laid out before me as a well educated, white, affluent woman. Even though I have worked really hard, I have had a scaffold for my success--a parent with financial resources.

    If you look at your own life story, you will see the myriad advantages that have made it possible for you to grow up, get educated, screw up, try again, succeed financially, etc.

    Many conservatives seem to have a real need to believe that they deserve everything they have (sometimes true, sometimes not) and that other people who do not have so much simply do not deserve it. I guess this belief makes them feel good.

    I'm going to say it one more time, as clearly as I can. You may or may not deserve what YOU have. But do not presume to know what other people deserve. 'Cuz you don't know jack.

    P.S. We could easily have afforded to belong to the local country club, but my dad would not be caught dead there because of their history of discriminating against blacks and Jews.

    MONEY IS NOT EVERYTHING.
    Thank yor BBDSP for your polite civil reply. The immature crude animus in most of the replies here is what disturbs me most about GRF. I hope it's just immaturity and not ultra-cynical, intolerant, biggoted adults spewing hate to influence adolescents to emulate their hateful ways but, unfortunately, that appears to be exactly what is happening here.

    On to your post BBDSP - The thing about your post that struck me most powerfully is your almost apologetic tone for your personal success. You seem to appear to feel quite guilty and "lucky" to be where you are in life - a condition obviously inherited from your families personal and political views. I couldn't disagree with you [or them] more. My children are very successful but they don't share any of your personal guilt complex - nor should they. It is obviously true many people have bad role models and miserable family lives - like my grandparents who started out life as poor rural Alabama share croppers, themselves children of ignorant uneducated share croppers . My self educated grandfather raised himself up to become a land surveyor who opened a sawmill with money he borrowed from people who recognized his intellect and ability. He prospered greatly thru hard work, dedication, instinct, and personal ability with no advantages of any kind. His son (my father) expanded his business into paper products, chemicals, and broadcasting. That's a classic American success story and there's no need for anyone to feel guilty about it - to the contrary it shoould be celebrated as a primary model for success.

    Every American, from the gangbangers of south central LA to the poor ignorant montaineers in Appalachia, has the opportunity to rise up and achieve whatever they want in America. All that's required is desire and dedication. Not everyone has the skills to become a millionaire but most people have the skills and ability to at least take control of their lives and make something of themselves in a country that celebrates success and offers equal opportunities to those who try.

    This is probably my last post here because the intolerance of this forum upsets me. Silly immature people who have little if any real life experience make ridiculous statements about politics gleaned mostly from other uninformed inexperienced fools whining about how unfair America is when the exact opposite is true. Why they do it and tear down the greatest human experiment in the history of the world is a question all Americans should be concerned about.

    Your post focused on education as the key to your succcess and I agree education should be the base of everyone's life experiences - B U T the reality in America is the most successful wealthy people are not academics or professionals who attained their wealth/positions thru education - they are small business men and women who used their intellect, instincts, personal skills, and ambition to succeed. Non business owners who are college graduates typically earn less than $50K. Non business owners who have a Masters Degree typically earn less than $65K. Professionals like Primary care pysicians earn less than $150K, Medical Specialists less than $250K, and Surgical Specialists less than $350K. By comparison small business owners with 5 to 10 employees typically earn more than $150K. Business owners with 10 to 20 employees typically earn moe than $300K. Business owners with 20 to 50 employees typically earn $500K to several million dollars annualy. These small business men and women represent 75% of the wealth in America. They're the people who buy 75% of the stock purchased on the New York Stock Exchange every day - the most prolific wealth generator the world has ever known.

    Academics and college graduates who do not work for themselves or have Professional practices do enjoy a high quality of life and a proportionally high level of satisfaction with their jobs and their lives - but successful business owners are exponentially wealthier, employ 75% of the American population, live rich, satisfying, productive, happy lives, and eagerly take the responsibility of American capitalism in their fiscally responsible hands as they keep their businesses healthy and profitable.

    In summation, BDDS, I think your personal "guilt complex" is part of the problem that has polarized the people and is responsible for the current mood of "collective guilt" responsible for the election of an enormously unqualified, inexperienced, poor choice for President. America was not founded on a collective theory and has flourished in opposition to it. You appear to want to redefine it to the detriment of the majority who ascribe to the original values, ideals, and purposes that America was founded upon. Barack Obama allows you and others who suffer from this "collective guilt complex" to purge your guilt in some bizarre cathartic exercise but that is not what America is about - America is about equal opportunity that already exists in Amereica regardless of the origins of your temporary "guilt complex".

    Money is not everything - but America was founded upon the principles that everyone has the right to self determination, personal freedom, and lives free of government domination. The impengement of those rights is what Barack Obama wants thru forceful social engineering. He wants to force Americans to adopt new standards that are NOT based on personal freedom, that are NOT based on free and unhindered self determination, that ARE government domination to a degree that personal freedom is no longer the hallmark of exceptionalism that made America the greatest nation in the world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvee View Post
    Thank yor BBDSP for your polite civil reply. The immature crude animus in most of the replies here is what disturbs me most about GRF. I hope it's just immaturity and not ultra-cynical, intolerant, biggoted adults spewing hate to get adolescents to emulate their hateful ways.

    On to your post BBDSP - The thing about your post that struck me most powerfully is your almost apologic tone for your personal success. You seem to appear to feel quite guilty and "lucky" to be where you are in life - a condition obviously inherited from your families personal and political views. I couldn't disagree with you [or them] more. My children are very successful but they don't share any of your personal guilt complex - nor should they. It is obviously true many people have bad role models and miserable family lives - like my grandparents who started out life as poor rural Alabama share croppers, themselves children of ignorant uneducated share croppers . My self educated grandfather raised himself up to become a land surveyor who opened a sawmill with money he borrowed from people who recognized his intellect and ability. He prospered greatly thru hard work, dedication, instinct, and personal ability with no advantages of any kind. His son (my father) expanded his business into paper products, chemicals, and broadcasting. That's a classic American success story and there's no need for anyone to feel guilty about it - to the contrary it shoould be celebrated as a primary model for success.

    Every American, from the gangbangers of south central LA to the poor ignorant montaineers in Appalachia, has the opportunity to rise up and achieve whatever they want in America. All that's required is desire and dedication. Not everyone has the skills to become a millionaire but most people have the skills and ability to at least take control of their lives and make something of themselves in a country that celebrates success and offers equal opportunities to those who try.

    This is probably my last post here because the intolerance of this forum upsets me. Silly immature people who have little if any real life experience make ridiculous statements about politics gleaned mostly from other uninformed inexperienced fools whining about how unfair America is when the exact opposite is true. Why they do it and tear down the greatest human experiment in the history of the world is a question all Americans should be concerned about.

    Your post focused on education as the key to your succcess and I agree education should be the base of everyone's life experiences - B U T the reality in America is the most successful wealthy people are not academics or professionals who attained their wealth/positions thru education - they are small business men and women who used their intellect, instincts, personal skills, and ambition to succeed. Non business owners who are college graduates typically earn less than $50K. Non business owners who have a Masters Degree typically earn less than $65K. Professionals like Primary care pysicians earn less than $150K, Medical Specialists less than $250K, and Surgical Specialists less than $350K. By comparison small business owners with 5 to 10 employees typically earn more than $150K. Business owners with 10 to 20 employees typically earn moe than $300K. Business owners with 20 to 50 employees typically earn $500K to several million dollars annualy. These small business men and women represent 75% of the wealth in America. They're the people who buy 75% of the stock purchased on the New York Stock Exchange every day - the most prolific wealth generator the world has ever known.

    Academics and college graduates who do not work for themselves or have Professional practices do enjoy a high quality of life and a proportionally high level of satisfaction with their jobs and their lives - but successful business owners are exponentially wealthier, employ 75% of the American population, live rich, satisfying, productive, happy lives, and eagerly take the responsibility of American capitalism in their fiscally responsible hands as they keep their businesses healthy and profitable.

    In summation, BDDS, I think your personal "guilt complex" is part of the problem that has polarized the people and is responsible for the current mood of "collective guilt" responsible for the election of an enormously unqualified, inexperienced, poor choice for President. America was not founded on a collective theory and has flourished in opposition to it. You appear to want to redefine it to the detriment of the majority who ascribe to the original values, ideals, and purposes that America was founded upon. Barack Obama allows you and others who suffer from this "collective guilt complex" to purge your guilt but that is not what America is about - America is about equal opportunity and that is what exists in Amereica regardless of your temporary "guilt complex".

    Money is not everything - but America was founded upon the principles that everyone has the right to self determination, personal freedom, and lives free of government domination. The impengement of those rights is what Barack Obama wants thru forceful social engineering - forcing America to a new standards that are NOT freedom, that are NOT self determination, that ARE government domination to a degree that personal freedom is no longer the hallmark of exceptionalism that made America the greatest nation in the world.
    Will you just STFU already? I hope your statement (that I changed to bold) is true because you are just rambling on, and it seems that you are just trying to make us all feel/look like a bunch of ignorant low lifes. Go cuddle up with your Rush Limbaugh doll and find some other board to spew your crap on. Just my two cents. Thank you, I feel better now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvee View Post
    Thank yor BBDSP for your polite civil reply. The immature crude animus in most of the replies here is what disturbs me most about GRF. I hope it's just immaturity and not ultra-cynical, intolerant, biggoted adults spewing hate to get adolescents to emulate their hateful ways.
    It's comedy night again.

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    Bravo BBDSP, very well said!

    IMO if you have tell everyone about how wealthy and well you're doing, then you really aren't doing all that well or would not feel the need to justify it. I think Mrs V has a valid point with her FTB enquiry concerning those posts because that's how it came across to my simple, liberal viewpoint, but that's just me. And to be a parent at 9 and become so successful sounds like a News of the World Headline, J/K, haha. The army service included is definitely a Lifeline Movie of the Week, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvee View Post
    Thank yor BBDSP for your polite civil reply. The immature crude animus in most of the replies here is what disturbs me most about GRF. I hope it's just immaturity and not ultra-cynical, intolerant, biggoted adults spewing hate to influence adolescents to emulate their hateful ways but, unfortunately, that appears to be exactly what is happening here.
    And referring to those on this board as immature & crude is polite?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvee View Post
    On to your post BBDSP - The thing about your post that struck me most powerfully is your almost apologic tone for your personal success. You seem to appear to feel quite guilty and "lucky" to be where you are in life - a condition obviously inherited from your families personal and political views. I couldn't disagree with you [or them] more. My children are very successful but they don't share any of your personal guilt complex - nor should they. It is obviously true many people have bad role models and miserable family lives - like my grandparents who started out life as poor rural Alabama share croppers, themselves children of ignorant uneducated share croppers . My self educated grandfather raised himself up to become a land surveyor who opened a sawmill with money he borrowed from people who recognized his intellect and ability. He prospered greatly thru hard work, dedication, instinct, and personal ability with no advantages of any kind. His son (my father) expanded his business into paper products, chemicals, and broadcasting. That's a classic American success story and there's no need for anyone to feel guilty about it - to the contrary it shoould be celebrated as a primary model for success.

    Every American, from the gangbangers of south central LA to the poor ignorant montaineers in Appalachia, has the opportunity to rise up and achieve whatever they want in America. All that's required is desire and dedication. Not everyone has the skills to become a millionaire but most people have the skills and ability to at least take control of their lives and make something of themselves in a country that celebrates success and offers equal opportunities to those who try.
    Interesting how BBDSP acknowledges things like racisim and discrimination in her post yet for you it's just "guilt." Amazingly, you gloss over a lot considering from everything you've posted, you appear to be someone who grew up in the South with Jim Crow laws and segregation. It's literally like none of it ever happened to based on your post.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvee View Post
    This is probably my last post here because the intolerance of this forum upsets me. Silly immature people who have little if any real life experience make ridiculous statements about politics gleaned mostly from other uninformed inexperienced fools whining about how unfair America is when the exact opposite is true. Why they do it and tear down the greatest human experiment in the history of the world is a question all Americans should be concerned about.
    Right, we're all ignorant, "uninformed inexperienced fools" compared to you... Yet, you refuse to acknowledge or debate points others make in threads such as this one.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvee View Post
    In summation, BDDS, I think your personal "guilt complex" is part of the problem that has polarized the people and is responsible for the current mood of "collective guilt" responsible for the election of an enormously unqualified, inexperienced, poor choice for President. America was not founded on a collective theory and has flourished in opposition to it. You appear to want to redefine it to the detriment of the majority who ascribe to the original values, ideals, and purposes that America was founded upon. Barack Obama allows you and others who suffer from this "collective guilt complex" to purge your guilt in some bizarre cathartic exercise but that is not what America is about - America is about equal opportunity that already exists in Amereica regardless of the origins of your temporary "guilt complex".
    The majority of Americans elected Barack Obama because he was the best candidate, not because of a "guilt complex." One of my uncles, who is a die-hard Republican, could not bring himself to vote for McCain because he selected a twit as his VP.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fauvee View Post
    Money is not everything - but America was founded upon the principles that everyone has the right to self determination, personal freedom, and lives free of government domination. The impengement of those rights is what Barack Obama wants thru forceful social engineering. He wants to force Americans to adopt new standards that are NOT based on personal freedom, that are NOT based on free and unhindered self determination, that ARE government domination to a degree that personal freedom is no longer the hallmark of exceptionalism that made America the greatest nation in the world.
    After 8 years under George W. Bush, a man whose legal team said the 1st and 4th amendements no longer matter, who spied ILLEGALLY on Americans and broke the law, you're complaining about a man who has been in office less than two months. You cite no facts or documents with your fears...just sayin'.

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    I could respond at length to Fauvee, but I won't.

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