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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Ugg, man. I've been looking into these "tea party" folk who've been elected. And people say libertarians are out there. This O'Donnell is off her f'n rocker. But she does make a decent Palin look alike.
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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Ahem, laws ARE at least rooted in the moral tenants of Christianity, "Thou shalt not kill" etc...however, to attach a label to repubs without knowing for a certainty like you did here with me, ie: "Evangelical" is a huge mistake liberals often make, and get awfully upset when any sort of label is attached to them. I wonder if it is some sort of block they have going on to see that they themselves do it, or what?
    Righto.. because murder and killing were legally protected rights before Jesus came around..

    It is based on limited government. Fore if you don't have that first, you don't have the individual freedoms, or rights other than what Uncle Sugar tells you that you can have.
    I don't entirely disagree with this, because limiting government means individual freedom. I don't need government running my life. How can you advocate less government, if you think it is needed to babysit people though?

    That is a pure dodge. You know most Muslims? man, your rolodex must be chock full. As for the Mosque, "BS" as you put it, in not being contested that they have the "right" to build it for the umpteenth time. But rather whether they should.
    I know Muslims, but I am not basing what I said simply on the Muslims I know. I have seen plenty of polls that support my statement.

    And the Mosque controversy being drummed up, is only being drummed up by neo cons. Have you heard Ron Paul's statement on the issue? Maybe you should read it.

    You recognise their right, but you expect them to not exercise their rights.. appalling.

    I see, so repubs are really just a bunch of war mongering, homophobes, and racists right? Man, when will you liberals learn that people arguing under the banner of the TP are fed up with BOTH "parties"? That although they may see repubs as a lesser of two evils as it were, that if that repub doesn't espouse constitutional values of less government, and less taxation, that they will be fought within the repub party.
    Not all repubs.. mainly the neocons. I don't know when liberals will learn, as I am not a liberal. I am fed up with both parties too, but the repubs are not really advocating less government IMO. The evangelics are a dead weight. They seem to have a problem respecting (but not recognizing) the constitutional rights of other, as you indicated above. Democrats are appalling for growing gov as well.

    TPers are not against a strong defense, or any of the enumerated powers laid out within the Constitution, but are tired of politicians treating the Constitution as if it were some quaint notion, laid out by men that had no idea of the future, and therefore think that they don't have to follow it properly.
    Ironic, isn't it?

    I can only hope that you and other liberals continue to think that way.
    You're obviously way too partisan to see we support a lot of the same things.. I think people tend to so this because they let the two party system tell them what to think. I disagree with you on a few points, so I have to be with the other party.. learn to think outside of the party system. It is destroying the country.

    The liberal 'war on poverty' is a huge failure, and has only served to foster generational dependency. And a guaranteed voting class for the demo's that keep promising more, but once in delivering little. Minority, and welfare (zero liability) voters have been duped by the libs for decades.
    I agree.. But the republicans are not finding a real solution to poverty by saying they are lazy either. Lots of improvised people work their *** off in this economy and are barely getting by. Some folks are lazy.. because they expect everybody else to support them, but the reps stereotyping everything isn't helping either.

    Are you actually arguing for a stronger Central Government? It hasn't worked, why would we continue to do that which has failed so miserably?
    Not at all.. I am arguing for less federal government and for communities without force of government to refocus on rebuilding themselves. People in each others communities should learn to care for each other again, as they did before the fed government stepped in and started making every American support the poor and lazy. Local communities, charities, and churches should pick up the slack of the federal government. Is it too much to expect communities to start giving a crap about their financial well being?

    It goes with what I am saying above.. Repubs just point fingers and blame, but they are really just supporting the cycle of poverty dems support. They'll get kicked off support and find ways to get back in. They'll get angry and vote the dem back in.. It's a self sustaining cycle withing both parities. They only way to end is to remove the burden is get the federal government out, and tell the communities to deal with it.. start educating their people and cutting taxes to create jobs and business growth. All Americans shouldn't have to take care of these people.. they need to move to a community with opportunities or create them in their community.

    Again with the labels eh? So I guess I can take from this that you are saying that those who want a smaller government footprint in our lives, and lower taxes should just shut up and sit down eh? But I know, you're not a liberal right?


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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by Gill View Post
    Wait a minute.... which is it? First you admit that Scott Brown is pro-choice, then you seem to claim that the Republican party isn't open to people that don't agree with the entire party platform.

    Seems you disproved your own misguided theory.
    I agree with a lot of republican party platforms, but they scream liberal at me when I talk about disagreeing them in certain areas. I think it's a pretty fair assumption giving my own treatment.

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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    And the Mosque controversy being drummed up, is only being drummed up by neo cons.
    oh, brother

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/dcno...sity-poll.html

    You recognise their right, but you expect them to not exercise their rights.. appalling.
    no, we recognize that mr rauf can't improve relations with his neighbors, which he claims is his purpose, by pissing em off

    the republicans are not finding a real solution to poverty by saying they are lazy either
    which republicans were those, again?

    the neocons or the evangelicals?

    I am arguing for less federal government and for communities without force of government to refocus on rebuilding themselves. People in each others communities should learn to care for each other again, as they did before the fed government stepped in and started making every American support the poor and lazy. Local communities, charities, and churches should pick up the slack of the federal government. Is it too much to expect communities to start giving a crap about their financial well being?
    so many meaningless mutterings

    It goes with what I am saying above.. Repubs just point fingers and blame, but they are really just supporting the cycle of poverty dems support. They'll get kicked off support and find ways to get back in. They'll get angry and vote the dem back in.. It's a self sustaining cycle withing both parities. They only way to end is to remove the burden is get the federal government out, and tell the communities to deal with it.. start educating their people and cutting taxes to create jobs and business growth. All Americans shouldn't have to take care of these people.. they need to move to a community with opportunities or create them in their community.
    you talk too much
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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Ugg, man. I've been looking into these "tea party" folk who've been elected. And people say libertarians are out there. This O'Donnell is off her f'n rocker. But she does make a decent Palin look alike.
    Usually they wait until someone loses a general election to throw them under the bus (Palin) but these conservative power brokers are brutal. O'Donnell is making her primary victory speech, and Karl Rove is tossing her right under the bus.

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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    oh, brother

    New Yorkers strongly oppose mosque near ground zero, poll shows | D.C. Now | Los Angeles Times



    no, we recognize that mr rauf can't improve relations with his neighbors, which he claims is his purpose, by pissing em off



    which republicans were those, again?

    the neocons or the evangelicals?



    so many meaningless mutterings



    you talk too much
    That blog is meaningless.. supporting the Iraq War was once also popular

    The fact is, neocons have control over the mosque debate.

    Ron Paul Backs "Ground Zero Mosque," Splitting with Son Rand - Political Hotsheet - CBS News

    So many meaningless mutterings.. really? I am speaking about how to actually dismantle government, instead of just talking about it... and a so called small government advocate says I talk to much.



    Face it buddy.. you don't have an independent thought in your head. If you did, you would be able to have a discussion about your values in a language that isn't full of buzz words and hype.

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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by hazlnut View Post
    Usually they wait until someone loses a general election to throw them under the bus (Palin) but these conservative power brokers are brutal. O'Donnell is making her primary victory speech, and Karl Rove is tossing her right under the bus.
    No doubt he's trying, but I think he'll live to regret it. His viciousness isn't making sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbbtx View Post
    No doubt he's trying, but I think he'll live to regret it. His viciousness isn't making sense.
    Why?

    They run a tight ship over at the GOP, and can't have people thinking for themselves and voting in people who can't be controlled.

    And I thought TEA Party was supposed to be about fiscal conservatism? O'Donnell is a fiscal train wreck who has some fringe-right social views.

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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Ugg, man. I've been looking into these "tea party" folk who've been elected. And people say libertarians are out there. This O'Donnell is off her f'n rocker. But she does make a decent Palin look alike.
    Awww, are you sad that the Tea Party is doing what Libertarians haven't been able to do? That's get people in position to win elections?
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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    She is gaining momentum she is only 11 points down

    Election 2010: Delaware Senate - Rasmussen Reports™

    Coons earns 53% of the vote to O’Donnell’s 42%, with leaners included. One percent (1%) prefer some other candidate, and four percent (4%) are undecided

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