Previous -2 - 4
In response to:

Circus of the Vagina-gogues

fworley681 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 7:40 PM
When I first heard of this I had to wonder, what would people think and how would media report on a group of men walking around in 'johnson' costumes (since the filter here doens't like the 'p' word for the male x) protesting in favor of fathers rights?
In response to:

Reckless Lunacy

fworley681 Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 11:28 PM
So lets assume the worst for a moment. Obama wins re-election and then by executive order, he moves to downgrade or illiminate the US nuclear weapons program all together. What do you do? What do we do? He has already used executive order to by pass long established immigration law. Assume for a moment that Mr. Obama actually believes in what he is doing and he simply pushes through with it. I'm not sure there are any good options on the table.
I agree we need to invest in infrastructure, especially those pieces that promote business. But we cannot address ANY of our other issues until we figure out how to balance our budget and have a long term plan to lower the national debt. If we really want to compete with China we have to do the one thing China learned from US: return to the fundamentals of capitalism, and have less regulations, more private ownership and invest in business.
In response to:

99 Days

fworley681 Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 9:57 AM
Kind of scary to think it would be close at all but, that sort of gives you an idea of how America has changed over the last 40 years.
Amazing how the Democrats can miss things like the slaughter of half a dozen people in Puerto Rico just a few weeks ago, or the thousands of murders across the US every month all with illegal weapons, but somehow think the world will be better if we just ban the legal ones.
What is scary isn't that these twits get to spout their garbage on a mostly irrelevent network - it is that there are people who watch this stuff and believe it. We find ourselves in a time when perhaps the only good thing that could happen is the worst thing, that the house of cards comes tumbling down and we have to start over. Unfortunatly, that will not be good for any of us in the short run. When Democracies collapse they are rarely followed by more freedom. - God help us.
In response to:

Should We Obey All Laws?

fworley681 Wrote: Jul 11, 2012 9:54 AM
The Question isn't should we obey all laws, the question is should we obey ANY laws. Bear with me, I am not an anarchist. If Congress, the Executive Branch and the Courts, willfully ignore the organic law that provides them with authority over us (The Constitution) then does that not make all laws irrelevent? The federal government and the state governments are sowing the seeds of chaos by following political winds instead of functioning under the contstitution. What we realy need to ask here is 'are they really so incompetant as to run us into the ground or are they intentionally sabotaging the system to force even more 'fundamental change'?
Previous -2 - 4