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Chicken_Sock_Puppet Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:51 PM
Did you vote for a Democrat in the last election? If so, to obtain your answer; look in a mirror.
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Chicken_Sock_Puppet Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:50 PM
Any departments not mandated or enumerated by the General Welfare clause of Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution SHOULD be eliminated as unconstitutional. Bush may have been a Republican but he was no conservative. Reagan attempted to eliminate the Department of Education but was blocked by Democrats in the House. See my previous post when it comes to Democrats (specifically in the Senate) being permanently attached to the teet of government. If you are so against government entitlements, please feel free to call your rep and tell them you want 0bamacare repealed.
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Chicken_Sock_Puppet Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:47 PM
It is not Republicans who are unable and unwilling to let go of the government teet. Democrats are passing out entitlements like there is no tomorrow in order to maintain their place in office. While Republicans cut pork in the House, the Democrats in the Senate voted down a bill that would prohibit pork in future legislation. If anyone is a moron, it is you for using such rudimentary Marxist tactics of accusing your enemy of what you are actually doing yourself.
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Chicken_Sock_Puppet Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:45 PM
"Yes, Republicans were ambivalent about effectively running the war in Iraq. Most important to them was their precious tax cut. " Which every Democrat in Congress just voted to make permanent. Iraq was about changing the mindset of a 7th century thinking model to one of the 20th century. That does NOT come overnight. Not every American always had money deducted from their paychecks. That was done on a voluntary basis. You are creating a strawman by manipulating things that did NOT happen.
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Chicken_Sock_Puppet Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:43 PM
We fought for decades to prove via science that global warming was a myth. Only now after being shunned and locked out of the debate are we being proved correct. It is not us who have a problem with science since we actually USE it instead of manipulate the minds of the people with nonsense. 0bama represents a Constitutional crisis because he has initiated executive orders and policy that violates the tenants of the Constitution, ie: you cannot force a religious organization to provide abortions to its members because it violates the First Amendment. Liberals simply do not think. This entire diatribe of syobdab proves it.
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Chicken_Sock_Puppet Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:39 PM
"8. The beauty of violence and the efficacy of will, when they are devoted to the group's success. " The use of union members to engage in mob violence as witnessed in Michigan the other week. "9. The right of the "chosen people" to dominate others without restraint from any human or divine law, "right" being decided solely by the group's prowess in a Darwinian struggle. " Republicans/conservatives believe only in the individual and the right of the individual to make their own decisions. You are describing progressive liberalism who mandates what is better for others. Your entire argument is simply taking the names of the groups (Democrats vs Republicans) and reversing them.
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Chicken_Sock_Puppet Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:37 PM
"5. The need for closer integration of a purer community, by consent if possible, or by exclusionary violence if necessary. " This is defined with the need of liberals to balkanize groups based on gender or race instead of integration within the greater community (as preferred by Republicans). "6. The need for authority by natural leaders, culminating in a national chief who alone is capable of incarnating the group's destiny. " Individual responsibility and self-reliance is the mantra of Republicans. What you describe is the collective society of the liberal. "7. The superiority of the leader's instincts over abstract and universal reason. " We prefer logic and facts over abstract ideas. Liberals prefer abstraction.
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Chicken_Sock_Puppet Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:35 PM
"3. The belief that the group one belongs to is victimized, which justifies any action without legal or moral limits against the group's enemies, both internal and external. " Again, the idea that groups are victims is the mantra of the DNC. Groups are broken up by gender (or gender identity), age, race, etc. and then all told they are victims and oppressed. Thus, the need for "protections" for these groups is justified (ie: Hate Crime legislation). "4. Dread of the group's decline under the corrosive effect of individualistic liberalism, class conflict, and alien influences. " There are no individuals in liberal ideology. There is only the collective.
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Chicken_Sock_Puppet Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:31 PM
Substituting the word "Democrat" for the word "Republican" does not prove your argument. Everything you have posted here is actually a description of liberals: "1. A sense of overwhelming crisis beyond the reach of any traditional solution. " "Never let a good crisis go to waste" -Rahm Emanuel "2. The primacy of the group, toward which one has duties superior to every right, both universal and personal, and the subordination of the individual to it. " It is Republicans and conservatives who pus the primacy of the individual, which is echoed in the literature we read ("Atlas Shrugged"). It is the liberals who preach the primacy of the collective.
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