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Home Life and Style Ethical Conundrums SOMETHING NEARLY AS EVIL


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Set thou a wicked man over him, and let Satan
stand at his right hand. When he shall be judged,
let him be condemned, and let his prayer become sin.
Let his days be few; and let another take his office.

Re. the U.S. mid-term election and Oz.

It is good that the worst Yoo-Ess-Ay scum
in living memory did finally lose their power base,
but they did set a new benchmark in violence that the
not so perfect Dems might not repudiate.

New Labour in the UK shows how rotten
these "progressive" parties have become.

Governments work for the winners:
banks, developers, wealthy property owners,
lawyers, media barons, and the worst kinds
of subhuman slime you can imagine.

The "winner take all" agenda has infected all
kinds of politicians and the mass media.

Gutless Beazley even refuses to mention poorer
people anymore, and says that he is for those
of "middle Australia". I think he means only
the very comfortable yuppie scum and the even
wealthier landlord class.

So political choice has degenerated to picking the
least evil of an evil bunch - in Oz as it is in
the Yoo-Ess-Ay.
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Vermillion said:


VICTORIANS are taking out as many as 12 credit cards at a time and using all of them at once, as their personal debts spiral out of control.

Jo Boltin, a financial counsellor with the Port Phillip Community Group for 12 years, regularly sees clients with six, seven and eight credit cards, and has seen one with 10.

"I have never seen such high limits on credit cards, such as $20,000," she said. "Now they use one credit card to pay off the other credit card, and it goes backwards and forwards until they can't do it any more."

Ms Boltin identified casualisation of the workforce as a key contributor to her clients' financial woes.

"They don't get sick pay, they don't get holiday pay and they can be told, 'We only need you two hours today'. I know someone who has been called in for a day or for a few days and then, after the morning of the first day, they say, 'We don't need you now'."
November 11, 2006


Masochism is the great curse of the aussie personality.
If something good is offered, they vote against it, but something bad gets their vote almost every time.
Pathological retards who cannot tell shit from sugar!
November 15, 2006

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