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 Why should I care? Am I my brother's keeper?

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Abe F. March
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Abe F. March

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Registration date : 2008-01-26
Age : 80
Location : Germany

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PostSubject: Why should I care? Am I my brother's keeper?   Why should I care?  Am I my brother's keeper? EmptySat Mar 27, 2010 12:21 am

Why should I care if people don’t have health care? I did my pro-life duty by seeing that a seed planted in the uterus has a chance to grow and create a new life. What happens to the child afterward is not my problem. I’m not my brother’s keeper. Children are born with equal rights. Just because they grow up and can’t get a job to support themselves, is not my problem. If they get sick it’s because they didn’t take care of themselves. They deserve what they get. To care for them is socialism. To give help to those in need is socialism. We’re a capitalist society. You make your own way. We can’t protect everyone. Why do we need a police force? People can get a gun and protect themselves. We must protect our freedom to do what we want to whomever we want. Why would a country take care of its citizens? That is socialism and socialism is evil.
Then there’s the fairy tale about a man who healed the sick and raised the dead. Why would he want to do that? Then he went so far as to feed the hungry. Why would he do that? Did he not know that was socialism and socialism is evil?
Health care is for those who can afford it. If you can’t, that’s just tough. I’m not my brother’s keeper.

(If common sense doesn't work, perhaps sarcasm is needed)
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harry
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Location : Nessebar Island

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PostSubject: Re: Why should I care? Am I my brother's keeper?   Why should I care?  Am I my brother's keeper? EmptySat Mar 27, 2010 3:37 am

Children are born with equal rights. Just because they grow up and
can’t
get a job to support themselves, is not my problem

did I understand right this? If so I am afraid you Abe there do not understand
properly those therms and words like ' socialism, and social, frankly,
human being is at firs, social feature, want he or not, the nature of
human race is common, the feeling among them are common, I s very easy
use that kind of word like -socialism and communist protesting by these
word - every idea that some ones not like. It's more unreal abuse than real meaning of word.

Well
take look over north Europe - for example, Sweden or some else there-
compared with then Russian in which the government no so much care of
poor people. the alicark - so called new Russian, - when they wanted
build a house -are forced also build up a fence and keep all the time
a group of semi militare guard to be protect the family in those
houses.
The nuclear bomb is powerful weapon, but - let me say - the
millions and miljons,- endless amount of poor and miserable people, they
form together that big - if become angry - a risk that is more powerful than any of the nuclear bomb the mankind have ever get in use.
If you want live in peace, then is wise to take into account also poor people.
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alice
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Age : 71
Location : Redmond, WA

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PostSubject: Re: Why should I care? Am I my brother's keeper?   Why should I care?  Am I my brother's keeper? EmptySat Mar 27, 2010 4:38 am

Harry,

Abe is being sarcastic. He would be the first one to help if someone needed it.
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LC
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PostSubject: Re: Why should I care? Am I my brother's keeper?   Why should I care?  Am I my brother's keeper? EmptySat Mar 27, 2010 5:08 am

Actually, Abe is mewling more than being sarcastic.
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