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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by czsmithGT, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. czsmithGT

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  2. Jonesee

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    OK, I read the article and saw nothing in it that described anyone as "human-hating".

    And, I think you need to read the definition of psychopath because nothing in the article describes psychopathic behavior.

    On the bright side the thread title was spot-on.
     

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  3. czsmithGT

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    They want to spend $205,075 of tax money earned by the humans for a plant that can be purchased for $15.98 simply because it was in the wild. Well, as wild as a concrete bound median strip can be. I would call that human hating, or at least tax-payer hating, since typical bushes don't pay taxes.

    Psychopathy is a personality disorder characterized by a pervasive pattern of disregard for the rights of others. But then maybe taxpayers don't deserve rights.
     
  4. Jonesee

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    LOL, quite a stretch...
     
  5. I didn’t read how they proved it was originally wild and not planted by a psychedelic hippie or was it just because it wasn’t in a yard?

    Even if it is a couple hundred years old it could have been planted by pelosie during her teen years.
     
  6. JFrame

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    ...Yet another example of extravagant waste on the part of the "Stimulus" bill that only succeeded in padding the wallets of government employees and their pet contractors...


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  7. czsmithGT

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    Can't deny that.