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Old March 20th, 2013, 07:44 PM   #61
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I will take the Republican Shield as a compliment since you are clueless of what it means. It was a fierce defense shield for the Roman army. But I doubt that The Google told you that.

That's a very strong rebuttal. One of the best I have ever seen. What is funny is I don't listen to talk radio or TV, don't use the internet to debate, and you, who are defined by Google, tell me to go back to The Blaze.

Can't you dispute the fabrications I pointed out you made with the Google? Do you know how many unanswered questions you have just on this short thread? The Blaze, really.
Why should I debate someone who never admits when they're wrong when it's clear as day? Why should I wast my time debunking your republican talking point crap again, for you to coward out of the debate and resort to calming that no 1 answered your questions? Why should I wast my time debating someone who toots his own horn, but is a sore losing coward when they discover that someone is smarter than they?

You read the thread op, try again some other time Jimmy.
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Old March 20th, 2013, 07:45 PM   #62
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I answered your question imaginethat, why you keep asking me to answer it again? We as human (specially Americans) decided what is money and its value. We think the dollar is valuable enough that we're willing to work hard for it to hold it in our pockets as a liquid assets, spending it, and invest it. Foreigners are still willing to buy our bonds because of our high dollar rating. They trusting it and we trusting make puts the dollar value in full faith. Hence the full faith and credit of the U.S. dollar.
OK, fine then.... I'll say it for you.

You don't know.
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Old March 20th, 2013, 07:46 PM   #63
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Coming from a republican shield. Go back to the blaze.com
WTF is a republican "shield"?
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Old March 20th, 2013, 07:56 PM   #64
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WTF is a republican "shield"?
It was a Roman shield. She can't even get that right.
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Old March 20th, 2013, 07:59 PM   #65
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It was a Roman shield. She can't even get that right.
I thought maybe Fayt was meaning a Republican shill....
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Why should I debate someone who never admits when they're wrong when it's clear as day? Why should I wast my time debunking your republican talking point crap again, for you to coward out of the debate and resort to calming that no 1 answered your questions? Why should I wast my time debating someone who toots his own horn, but is a sore losing coward when they discover that someone is smarter than they?

You read the thread op, try again some other time Jimmy.
I guess I will have to post everything you failed to answer, and your fabrications. How do you debunk something without answering? Very strange.

I am pretty sure that demonstrating where you can't even get the Constitution correct is not a Republican talking point.

To address your statement that you are smarter than me, all I have to say is, I have nothing. That left me speechless. When ring tailed lemur has a better command of English grammar, American history, economics, and the Constitution than you, and of course English is its second language, well I think that speaks for itself.
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Old March 20th, 2013, 08:11 PM   #67
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OK, fine then.... I'll say it for you.

You don't know.
I do know you #$%*(%*#, did you read anything? It's term that pretty much tell the peoples who are holders of our currency (dollars or bonds) that our U.S. government put its trust in it. In other words faith hence, "Full Faith". It's a contract meaning that if something would to happen to our dollar, then our government would meet it's end of their obligation and repay the holder of the bonds or dollar, hence "credit". We American (and other countries) decided that our dollar is money and that we're willing to work for that dollar.

There for it's valuable.
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Old March 20th, 2013, 08:23 PM   #68
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I do know you #$%*(%*#, did you read anything? It's term that pretty much tell the peoples who are holders of our currency (dollars or bonds) that our U.S. government put its trust in it. In other words faith hence, "Full Faith". It's a contract meaning that if something would to happen to our dollar, then our government would meet it's end of their obligation and repay the holder of the bonds or dollar, hence "credit". We American (and other countries) decided that our dollar is money and that we're willing to work for that dollar.

There for it's valuable.
Where is that contract? I want to read it. It is only an expression, the term comes from the Constitution, and has nothing to do with money.

How about that Article 1, Section 9? That was a humdinger that just shot your made up facts down in flames. Or that crazy Coinage Act of 1792? That thing just shot up the remnants of the Section 9 missile.
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I thought maybe Fayt was meaning a Republican shill....
No I didn't mean freaking anything. It's a metaphorical term that gives a picture of right-wing warrior who's paid to protect their partisan sponsor despite being proven wrong.

I always picture people like Jimmy dressed in Roman artier standing in front of millionaires and billionaires like Rupert Modock with a huge Roman shield.

idk, something like this
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Old March 20th, 2013, 08:28 PM   #70
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I do know you #$%*(%*#, did you read anything? It's term that pretty much tell the peoples who are holders of our currency (dollars or bonds) that our U.S. government put its trust in it. In other words faith hence, "Full Faith". It's a contract meaning that if something would to happen to our dollar, then our government would meet it's end of their obligation and repay the holder of the bonds or dollar, hence "credit". We American (and other countries) decided that our dollar is money and that we're willing to work for that dollar.

There for it's valuable.
What is the government going to do exactly about the dollar if something happened to it? Print more money? Tell the currency traders to prop the price up? Is that what they did when it tanked against the Euro?

What is the government's obligation to the dollar to repay bonds? Did you really say that, or did a ringed tail lemur run across your keyboard?
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