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Marxists and Muslims, United? Searching for ONE Good Liberal

Donjindra Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 5:02 PM
And why should we consider that any different than the looney leftists who embrace their revolutionaries? We shouldn't.
p18 Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 10:26 AM
The first quote was from a group that seriously resisted abridgment of their religious liberties, even to the point of their own lives, in many cases. The second was from John Adams.

If you think there's will never be a a point where resistance may be called for, then I'm afraid I'm not the one with the "looney" problem. I pray it won't be so...

What IS the Obama doctrine? Is there a stated goal at all? How can he be against "nation-building" and our “policing the world,” and then justify turning around and creating no fly zones and launching missiles into sovereign nations?

I have long been troubled by the parallel tactics between the radical Islamists and Marxist-Leninists. Several factors in common begin with the basic demand (actually faithful belief) that the world will ultimately go their way and that the US is the only thing standing in their way. When you add that the "dog-eating" President holds the similar third world view--that the US...

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