Pkrbum on the policy of employing voter id laws that disenfranchise voters:
PkrBum wrote:Lol... there are nearly NO differences in the results of the two parties. They certainly say different things...
which useful people such as yourself gobble up and mistake for outcomes.
Pkrbum on Bush, Obama, and their respective policy ideas:
PkrBum wrote:Not if you're able to objectively examine results and ignore the rhetoric. The results are unmistakably similar.
Pkrbum when merely asked to provide his own opinion - in the form of something more substantive than "same results" - about an article he poted:
PkrBum wrote:Why would an economist be interested in what a random internet dude thinks about currency? Do you have a point?
Pkrbum on net neutrality:
PkrBum wrote:It doesn't surprise me that you can't tell the difference between democracy and fascist/progressive govt controls.
Pkrbum when merely asked to explain how things would work out in a world sans the EPA:
PkrBum wrote:I'm not a libertarian... and this is a dumb exercise. The epa isn't going anywhere... it will continue to grow in size and scope.
New energy rules are coming out this summer... stay tuned.
Here again, he is no different than a poor AI algorithm designed by a freshmen computer science major.
Step 1: No matter the subject of discussion, interject the idea that the results are the same no matter what.
Step 2: When asked to provide a response that is more substantive, either 1) respond with a rhetorical question or 2) claim that doing so would be pointless.
Note that never at any point is anything of substance provided. Note that never at any point is anything produced that would suggest Pkrbum actually understands what he is reading and is making an honest attempt to directly respond. The underlying subject doesn't matter. Ahem. The "results are always the same". Make the same repeated opening statement and then deflect when asked to be more substantive.
Your touring test results are in, Pkrbum. I regret to inform you that you fail. You're so dumb that you don't create the perception that there is a living, human being with a functioning brain on the other end of the keyboard. A college freshmen could easily create an algorithm that would post on this forum in the same manner that you do and no one here would be able to tell the difference. Your "intelligence" is indistinguishable from a 101 computer sci homework assignment.
Here is an extra credit question. Perhaps you can redeem yourself:
In your own words, what does net neutrality mean?