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An alternative to Democrats' moral bankruptcy

Original2 Wrote: Sep 08, 2012 6:39 PM
I am a little astonished with the number of people and posts calling for secession in these latter days of the Republic. Sadly, I find myself wishing there were some bloodless way we could split off the north-East and West coasts and leave the heartland as its own republic. All the liberals, including some members of my own family, probably deserve to seek their own kind of democracy, where all their twisted ideas and depraved behaviors can run free while leaving the rest of us unharmed. I just don't see how this ugly left can be reconciled with our conservative values, and I sincerely fear that it will come to violence, if we wish to preserve the remnants of these United States.
pascagoulapappy Wrote: Sep 08, 2012 11:15 PM
See the conclusion of Alklen Tate's :Some Remarks on the Southern Religion."

P.S. Yeeehawww! Shoot them Yankees ! !
CognitivevVoter Wrote: Sep 08, 2012 9:03 PM
As a liberal leaning voter, I find it very disappointing to hear that so may conservatives are willing to give up on our awesome country! I continue to believe that the greatest strength of this country is our tolerance of opposing views on issues. I disagree with so many conservative positions, but am thankful to live in a country where opposing views can peacefully coexist. I never once considered giving up on this country when living through 8 years of the Bush administration even though I disagreed with so many things he did!

Maybe Democrats have some slick salesmen, like Bill Clinton and our current president, who can sell you swampland and have you convinced that you've bought choice beachfront property.

But the omission of any mention of God and recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital from the Democratic Party platform, which were in it in 2008, and then the almost-failed attempt to add them after the fact, showed the clear truth about the 2012 Democratic Party.

It took three boisterous floor votes to add these principles to the platform. Listening to the ayes and nays on the third vote, it is questionable...