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Dear Ann...

Gregory55 Wrote: Nov 20, 2013 5:00 PM
True, but Democrats are very negative about Republicans, they claim we want to throw grandma off the cliff, that we're heartless, etc. I like Rand Paul's style and ideas, perhaps he'll get the nomination. http://sellingthesecondamendment.com
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Dear Ann...

Gregory55 Wrote: Nov 20, 2013 4:57 PM
It does save money, life in prison means you'll be paying until that scumbag dies. I don't want to pay for kidney transplants and quadruple-bypasses for psychopaths. The Romans had the right idea with their gladiator games and prisoner executions. Here we give them lethal injection and the liberals cry "cruel and unusual punishment." http://sellingthesecondamendment.com
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Dear Ann...

Gregory55 Wrote: Nov 20, 2013 4:54 PM
I have always love the wit and wisdom of Ann Coulter. I'm not a social conservative, more right-libertarian than anything, but she builds her arguments using evidence and makes you want to agree with her 99% of the time. My disagreements with her are so rare they aren't worth mentioning. The people that bash her are simply taking quotes out of context or simply being too sensitive. Besides, the liberals hate her because she's willing to hit them back as hard as they hit her. Keep on writing, Ann. I will continue reading your books. http://sellingthesecondamendment.com
I'm a right-libertarian, and you couldn't have paid me to vote for Sarvis. He's as libertarian as Christie is a conservative. I think there's room for libertarianism in the GOP, at least when it comes to financial matters. Social issues are trickier, but I believe in State's Rights. If Colorado wants to legalize marijuana, let them. If it's not in the Constitution, then the decision belongs to the States. If Arizona wants to enforce immigration laws, I'm OK with that as well. I find the obsession with same-sex marriage ridiculous, I wish marriage could return to the churches and not be a government matter. Where I differ with conservatives is cultural collectivism or the idea that morality is collective and not individual. Lately the right and the left have joined forces in demonizing violent movies, I call this the "Leave it to Beaver" syndrome, the idea that we should all live in a boring PG-Rated world. Folks, if you believe in self-reliance and personal accountability, then you have to let me keep my entertainment choices. Either way, I don't vote Republican because I agree with 100% of the platform, but to save the 2nd Amendment. Voting libertarian is a waste of time, not voting only helps the democrats. I just pray the choice in 2016 is a Rand Paul or Ted Cruz and not a Christie. Yet I have to admit that if the choice is between Hillary and Christie, I'll have to give big RINO a chance. http://sellingthesecondamendment.com
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The Problem With Libertarians

Gregory55 Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 5:36 PM
If you believe in the supremacy of the individual over the collective, if you consider morality to be personal, if you want the State to leave you alone while not demanding it persecute someone else, you might be a libertarian. I'm a right-libertarian because I support war when necessary. I don't cry tears over drones killing terrorists, and while I would like to legalize drugs, I don't see drug dealers as victims the way other libertarians do. Of course, if you want to win, you vote Republican, hopefully for someone like Rand Paul and not a libertarian-hating RINO like Christie. http://sellingthesecondamendment.com
I know BYU is a private university and they can do whatever they want. However, I find it ridiculous that people who claim to support freedom would oppose sexual freedom. Is there a no masturbation pledge as well? How do you enforce that? While we're at it, the Bible condemns tattoos yet Christians seem to have embraced those, there are even Pastors with bodies covered with tattoos. Really? How exactly do you repent from getting a tattoo? Is there an Ex-Tattoo Ministry? http://sellingthesecondamendment.com
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Porn's Part in Sex Trafficking (Part 3)

Gregory55 Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 4:29 PM
I resent the accusation, I'm a right-libertarian, I have never exploited a child in my life. YOU worry about your children. If you want to homeschool them and raise them without TV, that's your choice, but I don't want to live in a PG-rated world just because some people can't stand adult entertainment. I like porn, I like Spartacus, I like Grand Theft Auto, and I refuse to see this country become the United States of Iran. http://sellingthesecondamendment.com
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Porn's Part in Sex Trafficking (Part 3)

Gregory55 Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 4:26 PM
Agreed, but you won't find a lot of right-libertarians here. http://sellingthesecondamendment.com
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Porn's Part in Sex Trafficking (Part 3)

Gregory55 Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 4:25 PM
I doubt it. What porn was Jeffrey Dahmer watching? Clearly he was far more interested in eating people than watching them have sex. Don't blame rape on porn, put the blame on the rapist, and encourage the woman to get a gun so she can stop the rape from taking place. http://sellingthesecondamendment.com
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Porn's Part in Sex Trafficking (Part 3)

Gregory55 Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 4:24 PM
I'll take advice from anyone provided the advice is right. Objectivism teaches that A is A. Thus if 2 + 2 is 4, it doesn't matter if the devil himself makes that claim, reality will always be reality. Porn is a choice, like being a Christian, like getting a tattoo (which the Bible condemns btw), like many other choices. As for the children, worry about your own. Your children belong to you, the children of your neighbor don't belong to you.
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Who's To Blame For Cuccinelli's Loss?

Gregory55 Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 4:19 PM
You can also blame the 200,000 federal workers who live in Virginia (we know who they voted for), the low 40% turnout and Sarvis stealing 6.6% of the vote. We need better tactics, that's for sure. http://sellingthesecondamendment.com
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