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Seventeen76 Wrote: Apr 08, 2014 5:51 PM
From Prager's column: "The reason to boycott Firefox is not that it is run by leftists. Nor is the reason to support the man-woman definition of marriage. It is solely in order to preserve liberty in the land of liberty."
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Seventeen76 Wrote: Apr 08, 2014 5:42 PM
Steve, what do you understand "this controversy" to be about?
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Seventeen76 Wrote: Apr 08, 2014 5:41 PM
"Uninstall Firefox" What a simple way to make a profound statement. This is not about redefining marriage; it is about fighting against a leftist ideology that is increasingly restricting our basic freedom. I'm uninstalling Firefox IMMEDIATELY!! (because I'm concerned that if I wait, the totalitarian left will legislate a way to try to "find" me for making this simple, principle-based statement)
The struggle for civil rights was over and was won long ago. Through "Gay rights," the civil rights movement has actually morphed into totalitarian leftism that has nothing to do with protecting anyone's rights.
If I had to bet the mortgage, I'd bet Eich voted for Obama - twice. Sad thing is, he'd probably do it again if he had the opportunity. Politics is so weird.
Actually, at one time Andrew Sullivan was a very clear thinker. Then he became obsessed with trying to convince the Catholic Church to deny the fact that homosexuality is a sin in the eyes of God. He's been ranting against "Christianists" ever since.
If it's not fit for children to see it probably is not fit for anyone to see.
Well, I never actually mentioned the Bible, but that is an interesting news tidbit. Thanks for sharing --- I guess.
(of course, the GOP is not a "righteous" Party, but compared to the Democratic Party the GOP is --- let's just say that the Dem's are to the Repubs what Mephistopheles is to Pope Francis --- a sad reflection on the state of the 21st century Democratic Party)
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