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Why Won't Conservatives Just Drop Social Issues?

Bill1895 Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 10:06 AM
Yee Haw: the ignorant, bigot pervert James is here!! James is so stupid he can't tell the difference between Saudi Arabia and the USA.
Chris from Kalifornia Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 11:04 AM
So if you think he's so bad how about looking in a mirror. You do what liberals do, call names and make derogatory statements about someone instead of presenting facts and logic. Ad Hominem attacks never win the argument. Facts and logic can, if the opponent is a thinking person rather than feeling. You seem like the "feeling" sort rather than thinking. Please try to be more respectful of others if you want to be respected.
Anominus Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 11:26 AM
Chris, when the "arguments" made by the lefties, James and Mark being the current examples, consist of nonsense and insults, the best response is typically just to point out their hypocrisy, laugh and flag them. They continue to bring up pointless points for the sake of trolling, and can never be convinced no matter how factual / logical your argument may be. They aren't worthy of respect.
Bill1895 Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 11:50 AM
James and Mark remind of me of the old KKK and what the Klan would say about the beliefs of Catholics, Jews, Mormons, Muslims ect.

People like James and Mark need to be addressed.

Good question, and one that was asked of me by a conservative veterinarian friend of mine last week. He is completely on board with conservative fiscal principles, (when applied), but he doesn’t understand WHY we on the “Religious Right” are still concerned about abortion, gay marriage, etc. “You need to drop it”, he said.

Let me try to explain why we don’t and why we shouldn’t. Those of us on the Religious Right, contrary to popular belief, are not interested in taking away rights from those who disagree with us. We’re just trying to maintain what rights we have left....

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