Bushblows writes that many SB commenters are "Wannabe 1 percenters." Which of the following best describes poster Bushblows:

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Looks like I hit a nerve there Wannabe. Your weak attempt at a comeback is proof of this.
The 1% will let sheep like you wipe their ass after they take a shit but that is about it.
Very frustrating for you isn't it? Loser.

Conservatives love boys in bathroom stalls

Au contraire my little friend. Since most SB polls get about 15-20 votes, you must have gone to the trouble of figuring out how to vote multiple times. Whose nerve was hit?!

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another thought provoking post from our resident lush.

MikeyA

Sadly, when long-time Liberal factory workers (i.e. career drunks) end up retired with little to do, they find out about computers and make the rest of us sorry there's an Internet.

The only thing to look forward to is that career drunks usually don't live long, or live long in retirement.

GO BACK TO BED!!!!!!!!!!

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

And, you like 12.9% unemployment VS 4.5 % ?
Home values were highest in American History-when ?
Net worth's of American's was highest-when ?
The highest rate of workforce employment was highest in numbers and percentage -when ?
The National Debt was $8.8 TRILLION and it's what-now , just 53 months later ?!

You shovel ready, crony capitalists, green energy sponges, OweBaMaoscare Healthnightmare,run from Benghazi FAST pansies,-really do not possess the ability to think realistically, do you ?

I'm glad you mentioned the gasoline thing, Hamish. I want the price of gas to be at least $10/gal. This price better reflects how gasoline comes from a rapidly-depleting fossil fuel, petroleum. Have you ever heard of petroleum, Hamish? There's only so much of it, and within that scope, there's only so much that Humanity can extract from the ground for any price, and within that scope, there's only so much that we can extract at modern affordability (which is pretty much over).

This petro-civilization is ending. It has to. Petroleum was used for basically everything. And it can't be replaced. So let's just admit this, stop trying to control the price to keep it low for Westerners, and raise the price to reflect its true value. Then a bunch of stupid behavior would end abruptly. Whites will stop fleeing the Black Problem. The suburbs would collapse. Commuting would cease. Towns and cities would be rebuilt from their current almost-abandoned state. Globalism would shut down. Local production would exist again. Farmers would again bring their production to local markets. Etc.

That's a better world, instead of the current model, which is really just an unsustainable, escapist fantasy.

When someone says the Libtard statement "I want the price of gas to be at least $10/gal."

In English that means:
LET THE WORLD STARVE!

IT TAKES OIL FOR FARMERS TO RUN TRACTORS
IT TAKES OIL TO TRANSPORT THAT FOOD FROM FARMS TO MARKETS
IT TAKES OIL TO RUN CARGO SHIPS THAT DELIVER THAT OIL TO STARVING COUNTRIES.
IT TAKES OIL TO GET THAT LIFE-SAVING FOOD FROM SHIPPING PORTS TO THE STARVING PEOPLE OF THE WORLD.

That is why we use 20% of the worlds oil. IT TAKES OIL TO FEED THE WORLD.

YOUR HIGH GAS PRICES ARE MAKING PEOPLE STARVE

Don't blame me,
I didn't vote for a
socialist.

Nice knee-jerk reaction there. I said to STOP supressing the otherwise natural high price of such a limited yet useful fuel like petroleum.

Your civilization runs heavily on it, almost exclusively, really. So it's all coming to an end. Rationally, this means such a resource should be rationed. And it will be, whether you like it or not. It's so limited, that it will be rationed by price (high price) or avilability (shortage). It has nothing to do with what I think. This is economics, involving the aggregate result of billions of individual choices.

In the final analysis, since it takes oil to feed the world, the world has to suffer a population crash. I know perfectly well that billions of people are effectively eating oil, since petroleum is the primary energy input for the calories they consume. And I know perfectly well that those calories are only being produced at a certain price. Just because we're Humans, allegedly smart, doesn't mean we don't do stupid things like being too populous. These things are solved by catastrophes. Population crashes. In our own case, this must be eventually resolved by war and starvation. It must be violent, it must be nasty.

and not one person on the Planet, cares.

It doesn't matter if they care or not. Once the petroleum spigot shuts down, they starve. The effort not to starve, will mean 100s of millions of people pushing to get land they don't currently own, in order to farm it to survive. That means war, war, war... which will kill off 100s of millions anyway. There's no other outcome possible.

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