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(WorldNetDaily)   New study says that people's beliefs are likely to change as they get older. Like the belief that they will someday be able to retire   ( divider line
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2013-01-07 11:59:05 PM  

majestic: Complete opposite for me. For years I was a hardcore republican dittohead. Thought anyone poor was stupid. Then I had kids. I lost my job in 2008 and couldn't find a comparable one until nearly 2010. Had to resort to unemployment and medicaid for the wife and kids. Had to work shiatty menial jobs for awhile.

Now..... Rush and the Right can go get farked in the ear.

Clearly, you lost your job because you didn't pull yourself up by the bootstraps. You could've been a millionaire by now.
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