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    I have heard nothing but hate and calls for violence and death for conservatives, Christians, and successful people coming from leftists this past week. Case in point in addition to Moore:
    "These fuckin conservative Christian scumbags are really trying my patience #HobbyLobby Why can't Agent Orange be legal?#Abortioncare"
    "I would personally like to castrate every Male Conservative Christian so that they have NO reproductive rights #HobbyLobby".
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    But isn't that what liberals and conservatives do, call each other names? And you wonder why those of us without an affiliation to either side can't take either of you seriously?
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    @sevenSecrets No one ever accused me of being subtle. But let me pose a third question. Who in the world could have ever voted your reply down I wonder?
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    @Tacitus01 The Obamaniac, and Democrats and liberals don'e believe in personal responsibility for ANYBODY. They believe in "society" and "social justice" and "group hugs" and holding hands and singing Kumbaya. If only we would all do that with Kim Jong Un, the world would be BEAUTIFUL !:) I on the other hand believe in PEACE thru OVERWHELMING ARMED FORCE.
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    1st off....."Among progressives, it's usually considered uncouth and reactionary to indulge in raw hatred."......really..... .REALLY!
    2nd......GM lied. Progressives not only should be used to this, they should also find this admirable.
    3rd....."I am opposed to the death penalty, but to every rule there is usually an exception".....Yeah, Moore, YOU!
    Now, if you want my comment about cars built in the last 10 (or so) years......Way over complicated, too much BS built in them (mostly to excite the youngsters), way, way, way over priced (due to the "over complication previously mentioned) and NOT pretty.....at all.
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    Actually, it only takes a basic level of understanding in electrical engineering and software technology to understand what your car's computer is doing. I work on mine, has a touchscreen unaffiliated custom interface, and is easily configurable. Im sure people were saying the same thing as you when power steering and abs brakes came out(btw, ten times more complicated than anything used to "excite the youngsters".) respectively.
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    @sevenSecrets which is why it took 2 weeks for Ford to figure out why my car would randomly turn off? They had to basically take every piece of circuitry out of the car to test piece by piece as the diagnostics said nothing was wrong (while every singe trouble light was on).
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    GIMME A 68 CAMARO -(PS - I bet Michael Moore would love for the Obama administration to "get out the handcuffs, the SWAT teams, or the U.S. army if need be" on way more than GM - don't like the guy, don't wanna hear his opinions!)
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    @sevenSecrets I shouldn't need a computer to be able to drive a car. I remember cars in the 60's (and before) only had an ENGINE under the hood !(Oh my ! How could THAT be ? I)
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    @TigerLandSC

    I don't know much about Bill Maher. I kind of don't listen to any of them except if it's in passing or in a news article. Sadly, they all make far more money than they're worth.

    I distrust the government AND I distrust big business, so if Michael Moore says GM has a problem, then I'd probably believe it NOT because Michael Moore said it but simply because I distrust corporations in general.
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    Profits above everything else?
    Selling vehicles that can kill is not the way to do it.

    Profits are realized by selling a good product at a good price. Unless of course you can get the government to prop you up when you fail. With government's assistance you have license to make as bad a product as you want for as long as you want and still survive.
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    Hyperbole aside, this does highlight an interesting inconsistency: corporations are "people" when it comes to giving money to politicians, but not when potential criminal activity is the topic.
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    I don't see the inconsistency. A corporation's officers can be fined and imprisoned, which happens frequently. If corporations were not considered "people" no individuals could ever be held responsible.
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    @DARSB
    That's a good comeback, I must admit. I don't for a second think you really don't believe people in corporations get caught, but it puts the burden on me to do the research. But I'm going to bed now so I'll just give you a couple names off the top of my head: Bernie Madoff, Jack Abramhoff, and Jeff Skilling. Those were some of the most famous of course, that's the only reason I remember them.
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    This PIG's opinion on anything doesn't mean jackshit to me. He could agree with me that a certain type of sandwich tasted good and I'd still want him to just shut his mouth.
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    @thhutton I tried to find the Team Americe: World Police/ Michael Moore segment where he suicide bombs headquarters with food in both hands but never could find it on the tube. However I find this little clip of one of his liberal buddies. Lol!
    " your skills are fading with age"
    http://youtu.be/QQOWp3tLb2s
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    Please if anyone deserves it it is moore himself. This guy is a boil on the collective rectum of the World.
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    First most of what Moore says is false. In the NY Times the story told is that two separate government agencies were aware of the problem and did not think they were worth pursuing. So this is clearly not GM keeping things secret.
    Most if not all recalls are because of government action. Here the government knew and did nothing.
    Given that the last government decision was made in 2010 then the head of the government is the one that Moore should be calling to be executed. His government. His fault. RIght Michael?
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    Just curious as to why the government should have to "take action" If a company knows it's product is dangerously faulty, don't THEY have the responsibility to recall this product until it is fixed. What about "smaller government?"
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    @PayThatCEO I think that is the way virtually every recall happened. I may be wrong. But in the current GM Case two government agencies were aware of the problem and they decided that no action was necessary. I have contended for a very long time that regulatory agencies more frequently work to protect the regulated than the public. This case just has two more evidence to support that hypothesis. The story about the government being aware first in 2005? and then in 2010 was in the NY Times a couple of days ago or so.
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    "Among progressives, it's usually considered uncouth and reactionary to indulge in raw hatred."

    Unbelievable! Raw hatred is a progressives default emotion, no one hates more than a progressive. That is just an astounding statement.
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    I'm not saying this is another case like when the "defect" in the Pinto was blown way out of proportion but I wonder if Michael Moore remembers when Milton Friedman schooled him on economics while Michael was still a college student when he asked Friedman a question regarding the Pinto.

    Milton Friedman Puts A Young Michael Moore In His Place
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    Ford Pinto- Schwartz Paper
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Pinto#Schwa...

    Here's the pdf of the actual report if you wan to read it for yourself
    http://scholarship.law.georgetown.edu/cgi/vie...
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    Always exemptions aren't there....Either be anti-death penalty or not.
    I'm anti all the way be it for
    -child molesters
    -terrorists
    -murderers
    Not because I agree with such actions but because I believe no government should ever be so powerful as to have the right to end life.
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    Until you experience "child molesters, terrorists and/or murderers" first hand (or by someone close to you), you will feel this way.
    Life has a tendency to change many peoples beliefs.........
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    @MolonLabe well I'm rather anti-war as a non-interventionist, but I am realistic and understand that war could happen(though I'd never support a war were we are the aggressor like Vietnam or Iraq). So in that case simply because we can not capture contain in prison hundreds of thousands of soldiers I would by default support the horrible act of killing.
    BTW.I did do admire Lincoln's approach after the civil war with being lenient on the southern rebels and not having them all killed for treason.
    Violence begets violence and anger begets anger. One side has to finally step up and break the cycle.
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    @stepped_in_it I've experienced terrorist and murderers first hand and they havnt made be have exceptions to anything
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    How about an award winning auto journalist (John Gilbert) who reports that GM designed a fix but did not assign it a part number? Even a liar and a blowhard can be right once in a great while. For example your guys Walker and Ryan. Its once a blue moon but it happens.
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