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I don’t think that Bush was Satin incarnate for invading Iraq, but I do think he was naive for believing a western style republic could survive there. We are war with Islam, an evil philosophy with no borders or uniforms but united in the desire for world domination. If we do invade an Islamic state we should ruthlessly pursue our strategic objectives, exploit all intelligence, and then go home. Nation building is a lie and a waste of lives and treasure. Islamic nations are nothing like Germany and Japan; you cannot purchase civilization for savages and expect the savages to hold on to and develop it. We need to be candid about the enemy, who they are and what they mean to do; if we aren’t the next front in this war will be within our borders.
All you write is true but these welfare programs are the mechanics of the decline, the foundations of the failure. While welfare was rotting progress, rewarding sloth, and eroding responsibility Hollywood and the grievance industry were sowing the seeds of contempt. Generations of blacks have been told that whites are constantly conspiring against them in a veiled effort to reinstate slavery. They have been told that American society is a rigged game designed to humiliate them and keep them down. Why then should blacks obey the rules of an evil society? So imagine the insult when a white police officer, your racial inferior, tries to detain you. These crackers are just trying to keep you down and how dare someone like that raise a hand to you! This attitude is the dry tinder just waiting for a spark in the black communi-tay.
Would I be upset with a Muslim prayer before a football game, yes I would. You can call me intolerant but I believe Islam to be an evil religion hell bent on world subjugation and oppression, I offer as evidence the Middle East. This country was founded, and still functions to some degree, on the Christian ethic. As an agnostic you have to admit that Christians got game. Christians took 13 agrarian colonies and turned them into the world's super power in a scant 200 years (less time actually). Also, there are many more Muslims risking their lives to get into this tolerant, Christian-run country then there are Christians trying to escape to Muslim run countries, and that speaks volumes. I have also been deployed to these Muslim countries and found them to be backward, intolerant, 12th century slaughterhouses. Don't fool yourself any organization that seeks out and attacks a small rural football team is operating under a larger agenda of harassment and intolerance much like our Muslim friends. Just because they don't want to ban Christianity by next Tuesday don't think they aren't working on it by degrees. As an agnostic the worst you have to put up with is walking past a church or seeing a group of athletes or Soldiers praying before a game or a mission. We have both seen what you would have to put up with if Muslims took over. And political correctness is giving us a peek at what secular socialism would bring, count yourself lucky that Christians are still hanging on, albeit by their fingernails.
Agreed. Any judge confronted with one of these idiotic lawsuits should ask two questions: do these kids and coaches have a right to worship their God? Also, does a football team praying before a game establish a state religion that forcibly compels every citizen to adopt that religion?
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Part One: The Problem With The Right

Sean245 Wrote: Aug 14, 2014 8:06 AM
First, many Republicans, conservative or otherwise, insist on framing their arguments around liberal premises. For instances, accepting that American health care was so dysfunctional that only socialism can save it, then arguing for their brand of socialism. Or accepting the premise that we can't or shouldn't deport illegal aliens and then advocating for their brand of amnesty. You can never win taking liberal lies ans stupidity as fact, just like you can never out-stink a skunk or out-snake a snake. Second, I would love to see a candidate have a big TV monitor next to the podium at a campaign event. He or she could play the opponent's campaign ads and mock and debunk them; essentially using the opponents campaign funds against them. The media, who thrive on controversy, would not be able to refrain from covering such a stunt essentially giving millions in free publicity.
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Part One: The Problem With The Right

Sean245 Wrote: Aug 14, 2014 7:52 AM
Lets face it, there will always be people drinking sodas bigger than 16 oz, smoking, owning guns, flying the flag in front of their homes, watching Fox News, reading their bibles, going to church, putting Nativity Scenes in public Parks, praying in school, thanking God at graduation ceremonies, fighting to keep local control of education, and starting profitable businesses no matter how much you intolerant liberals gnash your teeth.
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Bob Dylan: A Prophet in Blue Jeans?

Sean245 Wrote: Aug 13, 2014 10:33 AM
Force them to be single? Are you kidding? A homosexual couple can have a marriage ceremony in any state in this union, the event can be attended by friends and family and even be catered. Some states will issue a marriage license and some will not. So you are saying they cannot be monogamous on their own because of the commitment they have for each other or because its the right thing to do, rather without a paper from the state its anything goes? Typical liberal straw man argument.
Taxing the internet is inevitable and before long people will demand it. Our politicians lie awake every night tortured over the fact that we are using the internet relatively unfettered. They can't stand that commerce, free thought, and expression are being used by the peasants and they aren't controlling it. We have a predatory government that seeks out and destroys anything they can't control. Once the media takes up the cause of government tax and control of the internet the dog moms will be protesting for it in the name of fairness.
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What I Saw at the U.S.-Mexico Border

Sean245 Wrote: Aug 01, 2014 7:57 AM
Our elected officials were not elected to advocate, represent, or concern themselves with any interest other than America's. If they are concerned with Central American children then quit Congress or the Senate and join any one of hundreds of charities that help people in these areas. This debate should only be framed, discussed, or legislated from the point of view of what's best for America. I'm sorry that these people have made their countries such horrible places to live. I'm sorry that socialism and corruption are so prevalent in Latin America. I'm sorry that desperate parents give their children to coyotes and traffickers. However, if we do not defend this Republic we will become a nation of suffering and misery, and if that happens, where will we run to?
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The Environmental Corruption Agency

Sean245 Wrote: Aug 01, 2014 7:31 AM
Dear ineffectual, hand-wringing, pontificating, door mat Congress you have the power of the purse, use it! Deny pensions to bureaucrats who abuse their office and/or destroy evidence. De-fund any agency that refuses to comply with FOIA requests until such time as they comply, even if it means furloughing thousands of government employees. If an agency is found guilty of abusing U.S. citizens dissolve the agency permanently. Do these things and you will see these agencies police themselves as underlings rat out their bosses rather than lose their jobs. All these solutions ignore the one basic fact of the bureaucracy: government never wants to solve problems, it only exists for one purpose; perpetual growth.
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The Loophole is Obama

Sean245 Wrote: Jul 31, 2014 7:30 AM
I remember a few weeks after the shutdown apocalypse there was a snow storm in DC. More government workers were off the job for the snow storm then were furloughed for the "shutdown". Were was the media for that irony?
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