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MSNBC's Motto: Lean Racist

Max226 Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 2:19 AM
Check Article 2, moron. Read carefully. You might learn something.
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MSNBC's Motto: Lean Racist

Max226 Wrote: Oct 04, 2012 2:18 AM
Grandiose stupidity like yours needs to remain on display. It's the Democrats who want to destroy the country, and they prove it every day. They hate this nation, and want it broken so they can rule. The Tea Party demands that our leaders abide by the Constitution (which your Leader routinely trashes), fiscal responsibility, the repeal of Obamacare, free market reforms, reductions and privatizations of entitlement spending, a strong national defense, the end of public sector unions, lower taxes, less spending, the promotion of decency in America, all of which promotes Freedom. Something you know nothing about. The Tea Party is trying to tell idiots like you that we're heading into an iceberg, but you want full steam ahead.
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A Godless Party Expels the Creator

Max226 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 12:36 PM
I'd say it's official: You cannot be a Christian or a practicing Jew, and be a Democrat. The two have always been irreconcilable. Now, it's officially so.
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A Godless Party Expels the Creator

Max226 Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 12:35 PM
But Christ would not have forced Himself on anyone either. He wouldn't have fleeced everyone around him for cash to pay for someone else's care, which is what universal health care is, and what ObamaCare is. Health care is not a right. It's an industry. If you are a doctor, you'd know that. We have a standard of medicine today that took a lot of hard work, money, experimentation, logistics, and even lives to bring to fruition. It's not as though it's free. It must be paid for. Unfortunately, very few people in the country actually pay for their own care. Someone else does it. When you put a third party in between a customer and a provider, prices will naturally go up, which is what the problem is.
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'Atlas Shrugged'; Liberals Whined

Max226 Wrote: Aug 28, 2012 2:50 PM
It's because they are one-dimensional, serving a purpose to the point of her novel. Hank Reardan is an uncompromising entrepreneur who wants to see his Reardan Metal succeed, and is completely uninterested in how his decisions affect anything but himself and his company. Dagny Taggart is only interested in seeing Taggart Transcontinental succeed, especially the Rio Norte line. James Taggart is the contrasting lethargic tumor of a leader who cares more about saving people's feelings rather than making a profit. Even John Galt is rather one-dimensional, trying to create a "strike" of those who make the world work. It works for her novel that they are what they are; not one really is a protagonist in the sense that you'd otherwise see.
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Same-Sex Marriage Thought Police?

Max226 Wrote: Aug 18, 2012 8:39 AM
When's the last time you saw, on primetime network TV, a devout Christian portrayed in a positive light? Or when homosexuality was actually shown to be the destructive behavior that it is? Much of what the homosexual activist agenda does is a strategy of displacement; of presenting the behavior as something it isn't, in order to foster a belief in it's normalcy. Well, anyone who's ever had to clean out an apartment that once belonged to a homosexual who died of some STD or bloodborne illness knows otherwise, but, you won't be seeing that on your local news, or in a TV show.
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Same-Sex Marriage Thought Police?

Max226 Wrote: Aug 18, 2012 8:35 AM
I thought counseling was all about having someone take accountability for oneself. I guess what they mean nowadays by counseling is making someone dwell in self-pity for a lifetime of therapy. Cha-ching!
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Chicken Run

Max226 Wrote: Jul 29, 2012 10:54 AM
DOMA is completely constitutional. There's nothing in the Constitution that prevents it. Further, the government does have a right to promote good behaviors that lead to success, health, and prosperity, though not necessarily through law alone. That being said, DOMA is really an attempt to check deviancy from being redefined. The issue really comes down to two things; does a distinct minority get to force the rest of society to accept their deviant lifestyle choices by redefining marriage, and what role does government have to promote a free society from descending down into permissiveness and licentiousness?
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Hollywood's War on Chicken

Max226 Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 11:30 AM
Kid, nobody's against gay rights. People are against gays redefining marriage and family. It's a outright myth that gay activists like to spread.
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Hollywood's War on Chicken

Max226 Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 11:29 AM
Because the Left and its various elements are waging a direct war against faith and character in this country, that's why. If you do not take a stand, you will soon find yourself in a country where, for various reasons, is impossible to build that business you want because of the govt. and a distinct lack of anyone with any character to do what it takes to make a business to succeed, and to be safe. Morality is the basis of Freedom. Without it, the society will not be Free. It descends into tyranny because more and more people abandon their personal responsibilities, and govt. is more than willing to take them up. A Free Society requires impeccable character from its citizens in order to remain Free from one generation to the next
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And the Survey Says: Obama’s a Loser

Max226 Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 10:45 AM
We know Obama is a loser. I mean, anyone who says "if you've got a business, you didn't build that" is a born loser. I suppose failure must not be an individual's fault either, to him. Maybe that's why liberals reward failure so much; they can't handle genuine consequences?
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