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Dear aadams, though I wouldn't classify Chuck as a 'has-been', if he never did anything else in his life, he would have done more than most of us in two or three lifetimes could do, and should probably be respected for that. As a conservative myself, I have seen way too much hypocrisy among conservative groups (not that we've cornered the market on that issue), but despite that, I hold dear my own conservative viewpoints, and am ready to defend them, even with my life if necessary, but I hope you'll consider this advice, a man that sees only the faults in others, and not in himself or his own group, is only deceiving himself, and living a lie. I'd invite you to take a closer look at what both liberals and conservatives really stand for.
Again ccapo, I think you would be better off, by just concentrating on making sure God doesn't hate you. Really, it's great that you want to do all that you can to keep this nation from becoming a 'damned nation' as you put it, but I believe you could find better ways of doing that, like trying to show God's love to all those you call 'fags' and seeing if you can't get more of them to have respect towards conservative viewpoints. - Really it works better than forcing a confrontation.
I am a conservative, and a Christian, I would suggest from your many comments, that you must be neither. If you read your scriptures, God says to love your enemies, and to not judge others. The hatred you express in those comments will only bring you sorrow and misery. Of course we want freedom from the burden of more taxes, we want the freedom to provide opportunities for our children to grow in safe programs that mirror our own ideals, we have not stopped an LGBT group, or any other group for that matter, from forming youth programs for themselves, be we demand the right to do so for ourselves. That said, personal, heated attacks, against another individual or group that think differently should be avoided - for your own good.
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