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Everyone I know who is losing their homes are white.
Sadly, I agree with you. A huge number of the so-called "electorate" are just a bunch of selfish babies wanting someone, anyone, to take care of them. They don't care who that affects or what has to be done, they just want to be well taken care of, 'cause, gosh, they can't do it themselves! They all fall down and call for MOMMY! Bunch of self-serving, non-ambitious, non-thinking simpletons. They are dragging a lot of us down with them. God help us all.
At their own convention, the Democrats did what my mom said NEVER to do -- They opened their mouths and removed all doubt that they're all fools. Stupid, callous, uncaring, God hating, fools. One of the funniest things I've ever seen was that Tony Villar guy looking around, seemingly helplessly, while he watched his party do a Jim Jones. Then they "solved" the problem by doing what Democrats usually seem to do, they rammed through an inclusion when it was clear their delegates didn't want it passed. I find myself curious about how those delegates feel about it now. I hope and, yes, pray, that this wises the rank and file of Dems up to the party they've chosen to be aligned with and where that party wants to take them.
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Broken Promises

AmericanPatriot52 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 4:42 PM
Col. North, for the first time in my almost 60 years of life, I am really and truly scared for this country.
My biggest concern, too. I'm fear the fight many Americans will have to participate in on election day to get to some polling places is only going to be a foreshadowing of the fight we will all have if and when Mr. Obama is voted out of office. The Florida fiasco with Bush and Gore is going to pale in comparison to how hard the Dems are going to fight for this one. Then, I fear those months between election day and Inauguration Day for Romney/Ryan are going to be the ugliest we've ever had to endure. God help us all.
While I know I should watch it like I watched the RNC, I find I'm just not that much of a masochist. I've done a lot of things wrong in my life, but I'm just not into that much self-punishment, I guess.
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Romney Needs to Defend Eastwood

AmericanPatriot52 Wrote: Sep 02, 2012 1:32 PM
I quite simply LOVED Mr. Eastwood's comments, then and now! I think he showed immeasurable courage to "come out" and make them, along with letting the rest of America know that not all "Hollywood types" are liberals. I find it endlessly amusing and amazing that liberals and the seemingly majority of "Hollywood types" have no problems with the vile and hate filled words that spew out of the mouths of their fellow believers -- they even make excuses for it and even call it humor. However, let a conservative say something (anything) and it's hate speech or racist or crazy or delusional. It just proves that they only believe in free speech when it pertains to them. Now THAT'S delusional.
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Romney Didn't Make the Sale

AmericanPatriot52 Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 2:08 PM
You're wrong. An acceptance speech is not the place to detail your plans. An acceptance speech is where you begin to let people know and understand who you are. Besides, if he laid out all the details, the D's would be demonizing every comma and period. It would have given them a huge set up for their convention. They would have had something new to talk about. I've never fought in a war before (thank God), but even I know you don't give ammunition to the other side.
Any sentence mentioning preserving our freedom should never begin with the word "If." It is the most important and essential possession Americans have. . To answer your question, I would have to say Libertarians. HOWEVER, Libertarians do not possess the numbers or the money to elect a president at this time. Maybe some time in the future, but not right now. Right now, when our precious freedoms are being infringed upon every single day, we are left to make a decision based on a candidate with an R or a D by their name. In this current time, I believe the best choice to preserve the freedoms we have left, and give us a chance to reestablish the freedoms that have been weakened or we have lost, happens to have an R by his name
I grew up in a society mostly containing what you've written. I miss it.
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Legitimate Rape Arguments

AmericanPatriot52 Wrote: Aug 27, 2012 1:08 PM
Before you crawl all over me, let me "qualify" that post with this: In the eyes of the law, it IS statutory rape if the female is underage, even if the male is underage too. I strongly question this when it's done with the parent's knowledge and apparent consent. Personally, as a female, I don't really consider it a "legitimate rape," even if it is a statutory one, when both parties consent to the act. I've seen too many young girls and their families do everything they can to ruin a young man's life for a consentual act.
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