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Gültig von: 26.07.2012
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Vina schrieb am 28.06.2016:

I love the chicken breeds you chose. The Buffs grow up to be gorgeous fluffy golden marsmhallows, so sweet! There are few things as satisfying as birthing, making things with your own hands, and providing food for yourself and your family.

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Afina schrieb am 30.06.2015:

Monday, August 24, 2009Boycotting the Boycotters (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Rick Watts, 49, protests ouisdte a Whole Foods store in West Hollywood, Calif., Sunday, Aug. 23, 2009. The protest took place after John Mackey, the CEO of Whole Foods Market, wrote an op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal about health care reform. John Mackey the founder, CEO and marketing genius behind Whole Foods finds himself in an organic, unsustainable mess with his carefully cultivated affluent, liberal customer base after penning an Op-Ed in the Wall Street Journal titled, The Whole Foods Alternative to ObamaCare. For starters, Mr. Mackey opens with a line from known-liberal-allergen Margaret Thatcher that features the dreaded S word: The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people's money. Then he goes on to provide eight sensible free-market solutions gleaned from his company's well-regarded employee health care program. Mr. Mackey, a free-market libertarian, is now at the mercy of an unforgiving grass-roots mob intent on destroying his company. More than 25,000 people have signed on to a Whole Foods boycott on Facebook. Whole Foods has built its brand with the dollars of deceived progressives, the online petition reads. Let them know your money will no longer go to support Whole Foods' anti-union, anti-health insurance reform, right-wing activities. A complementary Web site, WholeBoycott.com, features unintentionally comical video testimonials from aggrieved former customers. The mainstream media have picked up on the story and fanned the flames. The success of Whole Foods is largely built on Mr. Mackey's understanding of the liberal mind. It wants the good life but with instant absolution for the sin of conspicuous consumption. Whole Foods is marketing at its best. Iconography and slogans throughout the store not unlike those Barack Obama used to win the presidency tell the shopper they are saving the planet in large and small ways. The product is so good even conservatives and skeptics are willing to play along. But Mr. Mackey missed the key ingredient of modern liberalism: intolerance to the ideas of nonliberals. And this miscalculation may prove to be devastating to his multibillion-dollar business. Everywhere one looks these days, the intolerance of self-avowed liberals is on display. Especially since Mr. Obama came to power. The purportedly open-minded and empathic among us who now run everything save for NASCAR and Nashville openly wage war against those who dare disagree. Witness Steny Hoyer and Nancy Pelosi's joint-penned editorial in USA Today in which the House's two top Democrats describe those publicly questioning Mr. Obama's proposed health care system overhaul as un-American. One need not go back too far in the political time machine to recall a time when the same people were claiming that the term un-American was being tossed at liberals for opposing the Iraq war, and that Republicans were stifling free speech. Examples were rarely, if ever, given. It just was. And we were told this was a very, very bad thing. The Dixie Chicks brilliantly used this sob line to become a Rolling Stone magazine cover staple, a blue-state crossover and an international cause celebre. A chorus line of would-be liberal celebrity martyrs took a similar marketing tack proclaiming McCarthyism was again afoot as conservative Hollywood kept its collective mouth shut knowing that support for President Bush or the war was an instant career-killer. Yet amid the cries of dissent is patriotic a phrase seen on the bumper stickers of cars in the Whole Foods parking lot the antiwar movement grew and grew, unfettered by the war's supporters or by the party in power. As the Hollywood Left churned out antiwar film screeds, it was creating a narrative of its victimhood as it victimized Mr. Bush and his administration with the false accusation that dissenters were being persecuted. But now that they are in power, Democrats are brazenly wielding punitive weaponry against dissenting Americans and are using the power of the state to shut up citizens. The Democratic leadership and its friends in the mainstream media seem determined to brand opposition to the president's legislative agenda as illegitimate, even racist in origin. Individuals and grass-roots organizations are helping the statists' cause by advocating boycotts and other means of stifling dissent. The strategy is clear: Intimidate people from speaking up or from attending public protests by telegraphing that anyone can be made a demon for standing up and exercising basic, constitutional rights. To call these people hypocrites would be a grave insult to those who fail to live up to their own standards. Liberalism has never been ab

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brautkleider schrieb am 07.09.2012:

Oi, eu sou Jarbas Agnelli, um artista brasileiro multimídia que usa filme, foto, ilustração e música para comunicar idéias. Em 2001 ele fundou a AD Studio, uma casa de produção em São Paulo, Brasil, que na última década tem-se reconhecido internacionalmente por seu trabalho na publicidade, vídeos de música, shorts, internet e conteúdo de TV e trilhas sonoras. Brautkleider

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Martina- Malte Rathmann sagt:Und noch audferdem, Herr Roman Kaupert, finde ich sehr erfrischend, Ihre ovfsneife Art und Weise!!!Damit schliedf ich auch all Ihre Mitarbeiter ein, klaro, denn die sinds allemal, die recherchen und schreiben!!!!(Die kf6nnten Sie ja eigentlich auch mal mit Namen nennen, die 20 , oder?Guten Rutsch und weiter dran bleiben, im Sinne des Opas Walter, lach!Ich denke auch mit Internet (FB find ich allerdings fcbel, mit allem) kanns klappen. Anyway, ist eh wie es ist:Im Kapitalismus ist sich jeder selbst der Ne4chste!!! In diesem Sinne: CHERIO PROST NEUJAHR!

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Amora schrieb am 06.03.2012:

Ich finde das ja mal voll gemein das nur die egeabtbn Sch ler und Studenten mit 300 euro gefordert werden sollen weil gerade die nicht egeabtbn Sch ler und Studenten br uchten es mehr gef rdert zu werden..zumindestens mit kostenloser Nachhilfe in bestimmten F chern Deutschlands Regierung merkert das die deutschen Sch ler einen relatib schlechtes Notendurchschnitt haben aber keiner fragt sich warum und unternimmt was dagegenIch mache eine Ausbildung als Bautechnische Assistentin und br uchte Nachhilfe in 2 F chern und kann es mir absolut nicht leisten Von was auch ich muss eine eigene Wohnung finanzieren und muss andauernt bei Schulveranstaltungen absagen weil ich kein geld mehr ber habe weil es gerade so f r essen und trinken reicht

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