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(American Thinker)   Who cares what the Left thinks? So what if they have a majority in the Senate or the Presidency?   (americanthinker.com) divider line 165
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2012-11-14 12:17:37 PM

Blue_Blazer: winterbraid: moothemagiccow: Opiate of the Lasses: Repeat after me: THERE IS NO AMERICAN LEFT

Sure there is. They just aren't represented in the federal government.

who has the time? those old ladies aren't going to splash red paint on themselves.

And one day soon, "rape is God's plan," "all Dems are lazy," "tax cuts create growth," and the many other radical right wing ideas will be just as mocked as the "fur is murder" crowd.


Seriously- other then in the most radical of circles, who would subscribe to the belief that rape was part of God's plan? Righties only tend to object to abortion resulting from rape because they keep getting hung up on that sanctity of life thing. You guys have done an excellent job distancing yourself from the "fur is murder" crowd and similar ilk. We've still got some work to do on our side in those regards.
 
2012-11-14 12:24:19 PM

Blue_Blazer: Wow, I didn't realize I was being a hypocrite by supporting marriage equality while being straight.
And obviously exploitative capital would prefer the slaves laborers remain where they are, and not subject to the job-killing regulations in America.


Give me your address and leave the key under the mat. I promise to clean up afterwards when I'm done.
PS. I don't share your same views on Caturdays- does that make me a bad person?
 
2012-11-14 12:27:02 PM
He's right. We do have a spending problem: a war in Iraq, a war in Afghanistan, and Medicare Part D (at least these are the big ones). I think the Stimulus package pales in comparison to this level of spending. When you factor in the 1.8 trillion dollars in tax cuts, it just makes the situation worse. Look, I don't believe in a "blame the last guy" philosophy, but in this case, what else can you do? As I see it, the only thing we can really lay at the feet of Obama (in terms of major spending) is the Stimulus package in 2009.
 
2012-11-14 12:38:10 PM
interesting...

"Republicans will be tempted to blame this on President Obama. While much of the explosion of debt over the last several years is indeed the fault of his policies, going forward, Republicans and conservatives need to ignore the temptation to blame Obama, Senate Majority Leader Reid (D-NV) or any other people."
 
2012-11-14 12:40:31 PM

clowncar on fire: Anti-gay. I'm sure there are large numbers of conservatives who are "meh" about the whole gay thing- or any cause-- if not pushed in their face. But then again we have our vocal minority who seem to be better at getting a hold of the limelight- so what can I say. Hopefully we do a little betterat muzzling these morans in the future. Conversely, not all progressives are prepared to put their money where there mouth is and enter a gay relationship just to defend the point either. Like their counterparts, they also like cherry pick through their own bag of morals. They just tend to be a little less loud in voicing their personal dislikes than their counterparts on this particular issue. If you don't hire them after attending a four year arts program as a CEO or pay for their tuition when their four year plan meets head on with reality- watch out: here come the anarchists! (zing! forgive me in my moment of weakness)


I know objective reality burns, but please try and endure it. It gets better when you embrace facts and data, I promise. For example, no "minority" of the Republican party is anti-gay. It's a solid majority and has been for years. I know your gut feeling is that most Republicans don't care about gay marriage, like you, but there's a reason why the computer you're typing on wasn't built with gut feelings.

Republican opinions in reality.
 
2012-11-14 12:56:27 PM

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O hahahhahha!
It's funny because it's true!
 
2012-11-14 01:31:18 PM

Fart_Machine: As someone who was a Republican back in the 80s the conservative candidate did win. What you call Democrats today would have been considered Republicans over thirty years ago. It's just that the GOP has thrown itself over the cliff.


I know what you mean-Reagan was really big on making gay marriage legal and not firing government union members.
 
2012-11-14 01:35:34 PM

theknuckler_33: compromise -- meaning higher tax rates and more unaffordable spending --

It is as if they are genetically incapable of acknowledging that the Democrat's proposal includes spending cuts.


I honestly don't get it. It is a FACT that we have near record low tax rates in our nation right now. It is verifiable fact that we have had economic growth when tax rates were higher than they are today, as recently as Clinton. Why is "raise taxes a little and cut spending a little" so difficult for them to accept.

My 10 year old gets it.
 
2012-11-14 01:37:07 PM

Geotpf: Fart_Machine: As someone who was a Republican back in the 80s the conservative candidate did win. What you call Democrats today would have been considered Republicans over thirty years ago. It's just that the GOP has thrown itself over the cliff.

I know what you mean-Reagan was really big on making gay marriage legal and not firing government union members.


To be fair, I wouldn't call Obama "big" on it either. It isn't like he has made any actual effort in this regard.
 
2012-11-14 02:30:16 PM

clowncar on fire: If you mean "rape" as a verb, you'll find that in any given population, a subset of those who rape exists- regardless of their political orientation. Some groups are currently under the microscope of the media so the incidence of any action may be slightly exaggerated. As part of an agenda- I seriously have my doubts that rape would be condoned as part of any party belief. This is the problem: you are trying to use the ramblings of one bone head to broad brush the rest of us- despite the criticism he received from all sides for that comment. Lest history forget- even your beloved Joe Bidon was notorious for his verbal gaffes, sending shivers down the backs of his own party whenever he spoke. Fortunately, his gaffes were many and were laughed off as part of that quirky personality.

Anti-gay. I'm sure there are large numbers of conservatives who are "meh" about the whole gay thing- or any cause-- if not pushed in their face. But then again we have our vocal minority who seem to be better at getting a hold of the limelight- so what can I say. Hopefully we do a little betterat muzzling these morans in the future. Conversely, not all progressives are prepared to put their money where there mouth is and enter a gay relationship just to defend the point either. Like their counterparts, they also like cherry pick through their own bag of morals. They just tend to be a little less loud in voicing their personal dislikes than their counterparts on this particular issue. If you don't hire them after attending a four year arts program as a CEO or pay for their tuition when their four year plan meets head on with reality- watch out: here come the anarchists! (zing! forgive me in my moment of weakness)

Anti- immigrant. If are we capitalist pigs exploiting all that cheap labor that you make us out to be, it wouldn't very well behoove us to export our cheap labor nor create law making it difficult to come back in, now would it. How hard is it to believe good ol' fashioned account ...


Do you know what was on the GOP platform. You can't claim that a minority of extremists are just more vocal and getting the limelight when the collective party is setting their legislative goals in line with their farked up beliefs.

Not allowing abortions in cases of rape was part of the party platform.
Anti-Gay legislation in the guise of marriage protection was part of the party platform.

I think we both agree that these are the type of things farking up the current GOP; however, you can't claim that to be absolved of the extremists if you allow them to set the goals and work towards their ends. The GOP has strayed far away from what it once was and what conservatism should be.
 
2012-11-14 04:05:45 PM

I alone am best: So let me get this right.

Obama win = mandate
Republicans win house = do what Obama says just because you want to still have a job in 2015.


FTFY
 
2012-11-14 05:16:31 PM

winterbraid: As someone who was a Democratic-Republican back in the 1800s


John McCain is that you?

Geotpf: I know what you mean-Reagan was really big on making gay marriage legal and not firing government union members.


Obama did it but he wasn't "big" on it either. So are you really going to tell me that Democrats haven't moved further to the right in the last thirty years?
 
2012-11-14 06:31:32 PM
FTA: "They should ignore what the media says and what the polls say, even if it looks like voters will cost the GOP the House in 2014 and the presidency in 2016."

That sounds like a brilliant plan. Please, proceed.
 
2012-11-15 08:32:31 PM
What the f*ck?

This guy is submissively rolling over, showing his flaccid belly, and going So What?

I thought THE END OF AMURKA was nigh, upon the wholly unmitigated re-election of THE BABBY EATING HELL THING.
 
2012-11-15 08:51:12 PM
Also: These.

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