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The Fallacies That Guide Us

Joseph1819 Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 4:15 PM
the country is going to hell and the Republicans still will rant about gays and contraception and abortion and lose more elections. All the discourse regarding Obama's plans are irrelevant because Rs hold these religious principles above winning elections. RUBIO played right into media lefties when asked "how old is the planet" then grabs for the biblical playbook. WE DESERVE ALL THE MISERY OBAMA THROWS AT US FOR EMBRACING THE POPES STUPIDITY.
Brian953 Wrote: Dec 03, 2012 10:25 AM
Unlike the Democrats, Republicans can focus on more than one issue at a time.

No amount of fiscal conservatism can save the country, if debauchery is routine. That you think these issues of amount civilization are unimportant or are a detriment to concern oursleves with shows you to be part of the problem, rhat than part of the solution.
GPeyton Wrote: Dec 02, 2012 1:17 PM
It's not the Republicans who are ranting about gays and contraception and abortion, it's the media. The Republicans did their best to ignore these issues and focus on that economy.

Gee, that worked out really well, didn't it?
MIKE3975 Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 4:51 PM
The Pope is not in disagreement with scientific findings. Be more careful when you disparage people.
Republicans find themselves in the unenviable position of being forced to agree to raise taxes on those earning more than $200,000 (the actual cut off for those Mr. Obama refers to as "millionaires and billionaires"), or risk being blamed for a tax increase on all taxpaying Americans. They will probably agree, which means it's a politically unavoidable policy, not a good policy.

Why does Obama insist upon raising taxes? Not because he believes it will improve the economy, and not because he believes it will increase receipts to the Treasury. The proposed taxes would bring in about $80 billion a...