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Useful idiot alert!
When you give only one side, it is indoctrination, when you give all sides, it's education.
These liberal "debaters" seem to be a product of the California self-esteem project in their schools back in the 1990s/2000s. You are great because of being you, is what they told students, not because of anything they did or accomplished.
Obama is already a proven liar, even stated as such by many in the liberal media. So why should we believe this or anything else he tells us. He can't be trusted.
So if there are Native Americans who like the name Redskins, shouldn't they be heard as well. Apparently, the Oneida's are intolerant of anything they don't like and want powers bigger than them make their wishes come true. Now if the Oneidas didn't like gay marriage, because it offended them, would the UN continue to step in? Nope, the Oneidas would be shown the door.
Bring Joe Biden aboard the Davis bandwagon and have him ask Abbot to stand up. Biden has experience in doing this, Remember "Stand up Chuck". Chuck was in a wheelchair.
Abortion is the one issue where those who support it seem to be loath to mention the word when supporting it.
If he's in a wheelchair, Davis would want him aborted as he will be a drain on our economy to take care of him.
The Democrats motto should be: "55 Million Is Not Enough. Abort More"
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Fact-Free Liberals

mturn115 Wrote: Jan 21, 2014 3:25 PM
Listen to KRLA 870 streaming in the mornings (6-9 PST) with Ben Shapiro and Elisha Krauss, on the right and Brian Whitman, on the left, to hear how a conservative debates a liberal. Whitman seems like a good guy, but when stuck he deflects and diverts. Shapiro is great at keeping on point. It's a great show to hear both sides of issues. And no, I'm not an employee of KRLA
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Fact-Free Liberals

mturn115 Wrote: Jan 21, 2014 3:22 PM
With persistence on your point, as leftists/liberals/progressives, etc. will always try to deflect you away from the points that show their politicians and political viewpoints as failures.
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