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Opponants of collective bargaining really support it - they just want the collective ownership side to always win.
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Rape, God, Life and Liberals

Johneee Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 7:34 AM
Exactly! Reagan's failure to address social issues was a big disappointment, but the Bushes' performance was no surprize. Romney I'm afraid is just another Bush (let's hope he is not another war monger). I suspect the GOP establishment ignores social issues after getting elected because too many corporate executives have rent boys dangling underneath their desks.
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Rape, God, Life and Liberals

Johneee Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 7:33 AM
Exactly! Reagan's failure to address social issues was a big disappointment, but the Bushes' performance was no surprize. Romney I'm afraid is just another Bush (let's hope he is not another war monger). I suspect the GOP establishment ignores social issues after getting elected because too many corporate executives have rent boys dangling underneath their desks.
The title of this article highlights a problem in understanding what is a "conservative". If you are not a social conservative then you are not really a conservative.
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On the Road to Death Panels

Johneee Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 9:20 AM
The lying den of thieves in Washington are the biggest problem with S.S. It was Lynden Johnson who first raided the Trust Fund by routing the S.S. revenues into the general budget funds (some say to hide the cost of the Vietnam War). The government has been spending the S.S. Trust Fund ever since. The Trust Fund however is supposedly solvent for another 20 to 25 years. Unfortunately, that solvency rests on the government's IOUs. Much of the clammor for S.S. reform I fear is from congressmen and bureaucrats who are really just opposed to the government honoring those bonds held by the Trust Fund.
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On the Road to Death Panels

Johneee Wrote: Oct 15, 2012 7:33 AM
First: We don't need more population to increase payroll tax input to S.S. and Medicare. What is needed are lots more jobs with good wages to tax. I know taxes are objectionable, but I'm just talking about the current funding mechanism. Good jobs will increase the size of the work force by making work worthwhile for those who have dropped out, and more wages = more tax revenue. Second: we need genuine reform that removes all bureaucrats, both government and insurance, from patient -doctor decisions.
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Incest and Pedophilia, the New Frontier

Johneee Wrote: Sep 14, 2012 7:06 AM
I've been predicting a movement will arise to eliminate statutory rape laws or to lower the 'age of consent' which will have the same effect of legalizing homosexual attacks on young boys. Make incest legal and the demand to allow gay adoptions will get louder too. Sick, sick, sick.
The GOP will not take a serious stand against homosexual marriage - too many corporate executives have rent-boys dangling under their desks.
Thank you Chris. The rape and incest exceptions reveal a failure to understand that "rights" are not dependant upon who your parents were.
I notice that Christian issues are not at the top of your list. Its nothing but the usual neocon business first, families second, stuff that promises a few crumbs to social conservatives in order to get votes and then forget them after the election.
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