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Why Won't Conservatives Just Drop Social Issues?

DCM in FL Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 12:28 PM
Anominus answered your nonsense nicely, except for the part about "hundreds of attempts to supporess the vote." Cons are only interested in suppressing fraudulent votes. But then I guess you'd have a problem with that, too.
Anominus Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 4:28 PM
All talk, and no action? I know that you liberals frequently espouse and condone violence to accomplish your political goals (or just because your parents kicked you out of their basement), but conservatives prefer to follow the legal and moral course.

We do act: Conservatives are the primary source of donations to women's shelters, adoption agencies, orphanages and charity hospitals. We work to help women find other choices than abortion and adopt the most babies.

And what do liberals do? They demand that we pay for their contraceptives, abortions and welfare lifestyles. You and all liberals like you are nothing but murderous leeches. Someday, Americans will wake up and put the match to you.
Anominus Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 4:20 PM
So you admit that the democrats accept votes from people who can't legally vote - illegals, felons, people who have already voted, etc.? That's mighty generous of you jack. Those are precisely the groups conservatives are interested in "suppressing" as they shouldn't even be present at the polls.

The Blunt Amendment was designed to protect the 1st Amendment rights of employers by allowing them to determine whether or not insurance would offer contraceptives or not to their employees. In effect, you liberals were pushing another entitlement at the expense of our rights: both the right of employers to decide what benefits they offer employees, and our right to live our lives in accord with our religious beliefs.
Bill1895 Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 2:22 PM
Jack sober up: you are talking gibberish.
Jack2894 Wrote: Oct 23, 2012 2:18 PM
WHat a crock. COns are interested in suppressing the votes of voting blocks who lean toward Democrats. They have admitted that enough times that it really isn't in question.

There have indeed been efforts to limit access to contraceptives, one of which, the Blount amendment, was thoroughly endorsed by your flip-flopping leader. If you or anonimus believe that abortion is murder, I can't figure out why you are sitting on your whiny little butts instead of doign something about it. If I felt that millions of murders were being committed in the US, I wouldn't be spending my time beotching about it on line. All action.

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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