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    Anyone kow who's making the Bobcat Rototiller for Bobcat? Does anyone out there have any experience with their rototillers? I'm still looking for a rototiller for my CT122. I have been looking hard at a used Kuhn or a Howard. I'm starting a tractor service and beginning to think I ought to go with new vs. used. Bobcat has 0% financing or their attachments through August which will help my initial cash out lays for this start-up. What do you guys think?

    No I'm not going to ask President Obama for his help starting my business; I'm going to do it without him.

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    I've been very happy with my 4ft King Kutter XB tiller on a MF1230 with 20hp at the PTO. Your Bobcat should handle it similarly well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyt95628
    No I'm not going to ask President Obama for his help starting my business; I'm going to do it without him.
    Starting a business without public roads or a standardized and universal currency will really put you at a disadvantage. But at least you won't be suckling at the government teat. Oh, and the government created the Internet, so you better get off TBN.

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    Obama didn't build the roads nor invent the currency either, though you are crediting him. The Govt hasn't done a single thing on its own. It was paid for by us who work, produce, and pay. Half the people in the country do none of those three. The Govt didn't invent the internet either. Licklider and Kleinrock were private citizens when the internet was born.

    Obama has not done one single favorable thing for me personally, but he has forced his hand into my pocket and took money against my wishes. 40% tariff on tires, forcing my health insurance up 25%, Gas and fuel doubling, coal and electricity skyrocketing, race baiting and fearmongering, murdering mexicans in clandestine attempts to use it as a ruse to restrict my constitutional rights, etc, etc, etc.

    Pardon me if I don't join you in fellating the president.

    If you have nothing of value to add to the thread, which appears to be the case, then leave the thread. The OP asked a legitimate question and you let your liberal tunnel vision take your eyes off the ball. You are in the wrong section of the site.

    You are an embarrassment to the site for directing a member to log off simply because his political views may not align with yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoorPlowboy View Post
    Obama didn't build the roads nor invent the currency either, though you are crediting him.
    I didn't assume that the OP was referring to literally going to ask Barack Obama himself for assistance. I assumed he was using "Obama" as a surrogate for the federal government itself. I was using "Obama" in the same way.

    The Govt hasn't done a single thing on its own. It was paid for by us who work, produce, and pay.
    YES! I agree completely. And, IMO, this is exactly the point Obama was making when he said, "You didn't build that." He wasn't referring to government assistance, although many new businesses benefit directly from government assistance.

    f you were successful, somebody along the line gave you some help. There was a great teacher somewhere in your life. Somebody helped to create this unbelievable American system that we have that allowed you to thrive. Somebody invested in roads and bridges. If you’ve got a business. you didn’t build that.
    He was referring to "all of us" who help each other directly and who indirectly created the system that allows businesses to succeed.

    The Govt didn't invent the internet either. Licklider and Kleinrock were private citizens when the internet was born.
    Yeah. I knew that statement was on the edge. Private enterprise was integral in creating the Internet, but you can't dispute that DARPA was integral too.

    Pardon me if I don't join you in fellating the president.
    Well, he is a pretty man, but I don't even know you, so I'm not sure I'd go three-way with you anyway.

    You are an embarrassment to the site for directing a member to log off simply because his political views may not align with yours.
    Do you really think I was literally asking him to leave the site?

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    OOOOh come on now government didn't invent the internet, everyone knows Al Gore did, and it’s a good thing he did, because with 757 posts in just 4 months some of us wouldn't have anything else to do.

    Now about those Bobcat Rototillers???

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyt95628
    because with 757 posts in just 4 months some of us wouldn't have anything else to do.
    That's a good one!

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    I did the math, and that's six posts a day. Impressive!

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    Not really.

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    Back to topic..... the Bobcat tillers are now being built in Litchfield MN. and are well done.

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