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United We Stand!!! Will President Obama Truly Bring the Nation Together? Part 1

Chip. Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 2:25 AM
Radicals have an uncanny ability, fueled by hate, to see weak arguments made by conservatives. This columnist is right about Limbaugh. I just heard his Santa Claus spiel on the radio this morning, vitriolic, just venting cheap right wing slogans, without getting to the mindsets of those who think they benefit from government supports and so vote Democrat. In the Roman republic, the poor and rich (plebians and patricians) were represented by their class of politicians. It was understood each side had legitimate interests. but if the plebes one day should greatly increase their numbers, the balance of power could be fatally upset for all of Rome. I am not aware if this happened in Rome, but it seems to be happening here.
justme16 Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 9:50 AM
Socialism ONLY works until you run out of other peoples money. The problem here is after almost fifty years of trying to institute a form modeled after the European model, we are already OUT OF other peoples money. Stealing more from the wealthy will only expedite the down fall of this nation where socialism is the foot in the door to even worse forms of government while those with their utopian ideals try desperately to make their dream work. Fast spin into some form of total dictatorial control i.e. communism...There are some on the left who ALREADY KNOW THIS.

This election cycle has been one of the most interesting in modern history. Most observers agree that the nation was split down the middle on their opinions of the character and vision of the candidates. Without assigning blame, I would like to ask the question: How is it that a campaign of Hope and Change has resulted in such division?

The answer is as simple as the question is puzzling. Our primary division stems from two things: justice concerns among minorities (Blacks, Hispanic, and Asian) and a very liberal agenda concerning personal liberty, energy strategy, and foreign policy. These are questions,...