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If the GOP chooses another Regressive like McCain or Obamney, I'll gladly cast my vote, once again, for a 3rd party candidate; likely Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party. I vote on principle, not party, and will not cast a vote for a Regressive candidate from the Democratic-Republican Party, chosen by the media and the establishment, whose policies will continue to erode our rights, increase the size of government, and increase our national debt.
Yes, lets boycott the only browser who has actively taken precautions to protect us from the government snooping and switch to some browser that has actively engaged in violating our privacy. That's such a brainy idea!
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Punk Rockers Knock Christmas

JeffTS Wrote: Dec 20, 2013 10:43 AM
The author clearly needs to remove a stick from his bum. The album has been out for months and their song American Jesus was released in 1993. The author clearly doesn't understand that writing about ones personal feelings and beliefs is something done by many, many, many musical artists. In this case, Bad Religion has always written anti-religious songs. Full disclosure: I'm a fan of Bad Religion. While I don't necessarily agree with their lyrics, I like their music. And Slayer too. I'm also Jewish. And I celebrate Christmas (as a tradition). So, let the attacks begin from bigoted zealots.
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Alec Baldwin vs. Liberal Bullies

JeffTS Wrote: Nov 21, 2013 10:38 AM
I think the point which Ann is missing is that had a Libertarian, Conservative, Republican, or some other figure on the Right utter the words "c*ck sucking f*ggot," they would be crucified as bigots and homophobes. Baldwin should not receive a pass. Force the Regressives to hold both sides to the same set of standards.
As a libertarian, I was in agreement with this article through the 2nd paragraph. And then, it appeared to just devolve into mudslinging, ad hominems, and finger pointing (all favored methods out of the Regressive playbook).
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The Problem With Libertarians

JeffTS Wrote: Nov 10, 2013 11:10 AM
How anyone would prefer Romney to Obama, or vice versa, is beyond me when they are the same big spending, pro-war, pro-surveillance state, anti-liberty Regressive candidate.
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The Problem With Libertarians

JeffTS Wrote: Nov 10, 2013 11:04 AM
While I oppose abortion from a moral standpoint, I also believe that freedom does not include the right to tell a woman what she can or cannot do with her body. To take a stand in which you can tell a woman what to do with her body, you are suggesting that you have some claim over her body. Forcing a woman to allow an organism, in this case a fetus, to continue to grow within her own body when she doesn't want it is just as anti-liberty for the woman as the abortion is for the fetus. For me, it's a real grey area with no satisfactory answer.
Not according to exit polling. Sarvis pulled twice as many liberals as he did conservatives.
Except for that tiny fact that the Libertarian candidate pulled in twice as many self-identified liberals as he did self identified conservatives. http://libertycrier.com/washington-post-exit-polling-twice-many-self-identified-liberals-voted-sarvis-conservatives/
Yeah, keep running with that theme. Exit polling shows that the Libertarian candidate pulled twice as many self-identified liberals as he did self-identified conservatives.
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