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Left's Newest Inquisition: Deny Your God or Be Declared Unfit

GeoInSD Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 8:56 PM
I keep saying the the United States is becoming more and more like Maoist China where one is persecuted when one does not have "correct beliefs". And the Left accuses conservatives of being intolerant ...
Donjindra Wrote: Nov 27, 2012 1:30 PM
" keep saying the the United States is becoming more and more like Maoist China where one is persecuted when one does not have "correct beliefs"."

You're embarrassed and so you feel persecuted. How silly.
Steven J. Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 10:25 PM
Disagreement is not persecution. Not voting for a candidate is not persecution. Comparing "gotcha" questions for Rubio with persecution is basically asserting that he has a right to high elective office -- not merely a right to run, but a right to be elected and a right to have the press act as cheerleaders.
Lars795 Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 11:05 PM
The press does not have the right to be biased, lying, sycophant cheerleaders, who's only goal is to convince idiots o think in one way, no matter what that way is. And the "left" hates the truth!
Wumingren Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 11:54 PM
Was it not Obama who said he would punish his enemies and reward his friends? Sounds like persecution to me. Note that the majority of GM dealerships that were closed when Obama took over the company were conservatives. Note that Obama attempted to require all companies applying for government contracts to provide financial statements showing their political donations. Note that Obama attempted to, and may have succeeded, require that only union shops could compete for government contracts. Religious persecution is just around the corner with these goofballs.

Let the Blood Games continue.

Only weeks after election 2012 and years before election 2016, in a routine interview, a glossy pop magazine popped Florida Senator Marco Rubio with an oddball question: How old do you think the earth is? Rubio responded a bit clumsily and noncommittally. Smelling blood and opportunity, the wolf pack bared fangs and chased.

Their game is either to force Rubio to affirm a personal belief the earth is 4.5 billion years old—disturbing some of his religious supporters--or to mock and stigmatize him and others who could harbor any delusional...

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