Again, I would agree with you if I am wrong about this, but this is what I have come to believe.
I practice an applied libertarian-ism to our American government. I have no desire to start a revolution and burn the Constitution so I can resurrect a new libertarian society.
You may be right and in fact I don't care one way or the other. I do believe though that people have the right, and in fact the duty, to raise these questions.Nope, I didn't prove your point as Obama was qualified LEGALLY to be president of the U.S. Although I didn't think he should be president of the U.S. for a second term, and I even voted against him by voting Johnson, he is still QUALIFIED LEGALLY.
There is a substantial difference between Roman Catholicism and Islam.Some of those differences are explained here.President Apostate? - New York TimesI was RAISED Roman Catholic, went to all the schools etc. I do not consider myself to be Roman Catholic. THAT is what is important. Being raised a religion or even recognized by a religion MEANS NOTHING if you do not follow the religion. Even someone lioke you should recognize that fact. It doesn't matter what OTHERS think about you only what YOU BELIEVE.
If they are relevant and there are questions being raised, yes I do.So you believe Romney should have opened up ALL his tax returns do you?
I feel his recent tax returns were relevant.Funny how most conservatives believed (and including me) that Romney shouldn't have had to release ALL his tax returns. Why do you feel different about that?
You'd have to provide an example for me to understand your point .The point of the video was to somehow say that it is ok for division as long as the right is in agreement to it. Why do you feel it is ok for division if YOUR side says it is ok?
We can never be quite sure of truths or lies. I'm willing to have my opinions tested.You're right. The common person wouldn't believe the lies that are told to them. You are not the common man. I recognize that BOTH sides are at fault. You somehow think YOUR side is not at fault.