Question 4 liberals: Since you feel you have Superior Intellect, Why don't you offer economically viable?

solutions to the acknowledged problems?

For Conservatives why don't you ask your liberal friends such questions?

I came up with this question, because Green Energy where most of energy is used can't directly compete with the energy that creates its infrastructure.


It appears so far the "Superior Intellects" economically viable solution is to spend others assets not use their intellect to design the technology. Are they lacking in intellect or just saying their job is simply to rant about problems? I guess they are really saying it is the conservative that have creative intellect. Sorry Lefty's you need to show "Creative Intellect" to be taken serious!

9 Answers

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
    Favourite answer

    I hear what you're asking, but there is no way to offer an answer since you're asking us to explain the ridiculousness of liberal idealogy. For over 8 years under Bush all that liberals and democrats could do was bash Bush for the war in Iraq. So they convinced Americans to vote them into Congress in 2006. And between Jan 2009 and Jan 2011 they held super majorities in the House, the Senate, and they control the White House. What do we have to show for it? $5 trillion in debt, $1.5 trillion spending deficit, loss of our AAA credit rating, and we're supposed to believe that it's the Tea Party's fault?

    The problem with liberals i that they NEED a crisis to pretend to have a solution for, and Republicans to blame. But when they're in charge it becomes obvious that they have no idea what they're doing. And it shows.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    I have REPEATEDLY offered solutions. The problem is that your party doesn't want to negotiate AT ALL. EVERY SINGLE candidate on your side stated last night that they wouldn't agree to revenue increases even if it were 10 to 1 spending cuts vs revenue.

    How do we offer viable solutions when NO ONE in your party leadership is actually trying to save our economy? EVERY SINGLE economist...the director of the board at S&P.....and every person in here is trying to tell you the same thing.....but still last night your party was ranting that the government should default on it's loans, allow corporations to be completely eliminated from taxes (even though they are people), etc etc etc.

    As for 'green energy'. The reason it 'can't compete' is because there is no reason for corporations and Republicans to allow it to compete. If we spent HALF as much money on green energy as we spend on oil subsidies green energy could absolutely compete with oil and coal. Eventually you will see the truth, as coal and oil are finite resources. But, of course, your party will wait until the last possible second before doing anything about it.....forever making us indebted to saudis.

  • a2x4dc
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    From what I've read so far no one has thought outside if the box to a question you've been asking for a long time.

  • 9 years ago

    Here's my suggestion until a resource based economy can take over.

    1) Raise taxes on everybody

    2) Subsidize those who create businesses and give them tax cuts

    3) People are encouraged to start businesses

    4) ????

    5) Everybody profits!

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  • Resource Based Economy rather than Monetarism.

  • 9 years ago

    Why do you want me to solve your problem? Isn't it your responsibility to solve your own problems?

    Life is good for this liberal. I have no complaints. I have an education, a good job, good wages, a future, savings, etc. Why you make different choices is entirely up to you.

    My taxes going up or down a bit doesn't make a difference in my life.

    I am contributing to the economy.

  • 9 years ago

    Well, there you go again! Crash the economy, hawk the same tired old policies, and blame the left for your problems. I know that ABAR (anything but a republican) should be used to find answers.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Here you go. I wish I could shorten it up to fit on a bumper sticker. I know it is long for you.

  • 9 years ago

    Your use of stereotypes are probably the reason people make you feel less intelligent than them.

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