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Old 11-15-2012, 08:33 AM   #33
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So now you can read people's minds? You are pretty talented BEP.
No but I can read posts and figure where a person is at on issues in terms of where power should be.

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Speaking only from me I don't favor a one way approach for everything. Some things the fed government does better and others it doesn't and shouldn't do.
I've never seen you make any case for de-centralization via federalism and you support the incorporation doctrine. I'll stand my position on you're being a prog.

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Now you are not allowing me to criticize anything? Look who is trying to control people now.
No you can criticize but I can criticize what you criticize too. That's not controlling you. You're the one who called for an action on a state to do as you think—not I.
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