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Alec Baldwin vs. Liberal Bullies

tdixon Wrote: Nov 21, 2013 10:00 AM
She's also using the support of Baldwin as a creative hook to draw the reader into the core objective of the article: to condemn the hypocrisy of the left. She's suggesting that conservatives should model reasonableness in casting judgement. While it is reasonable to conclude that his comments were hatefully hostile, it's wholly irrational to suggest that he is anti-gay simply because his string of cuss words included "f@g". A short review of his life provides plenty of evidence to soundly defeat the suggestion that he's anti-gay. She is simply saying that slanderously labeling people by exaggerating isolated facts is a leftist tactic that the right should be above.
You suggest that conservatives aren't rational....then write this? Statistically speaking, the facts are the opposite of what you state. Homeschool students have a higher success rate in college and employment. For the sacrificing parent able and willing to give their child the unique and self-evidently beneficial blessing of a homeschooled education....it's a quite rational decision to do so.
Agreed. To be "socially liberal but fiscally conservative" is like being frivolously frugal. Lets spend money we don't have on things we can't afford to make ourselves feel good....but make sure we use a low interest rate credit card when we do.
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Are We Serious About Education?

tdixon Wrote: Aug 13, 2013 7:34 AM
Brilliant!....I mean brilyant!
Excellent point. Who in the world really expect sagacious decisions from Rodman anyway, even if you do have sympathy for him? Stephobnoxiousness acts like he's undone something more than confirm that the clown is...well...a clown.
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Maybe Republicans Should Try Being Popular

tdixon Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 8:43 AM
The obvious problem is defining what constitutes mental illness. Is ADHD constitute a mental illness that would nullify the right to bear arms? Does a second opinion from a doctor nullify an existing diagnosis? Who makes the call on conflicting diagnoses? If woman gets treated for postpartum depression is she forever forbidden to purchase fire arms? Do people who own fire arms have to turn them in when diagnosed with severe depression? Finally, does the risk of possibly losing the right to bear arms because of a diagnosis of sever depression effectively indent encourage someone to avoid getting help?
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Will Ferrell Isn’t Very Funny, Ha, Ha

tdixon Wrote: Mar 06, 2013 9:47 AM
Why we as a society even concern ourselves with the thoughts of those whose primary talent is to pretend to be someone else blows my mind.
Zerlina Maxwell you're probably right. I mean I can just see these poor victimized young men in trial. "Honest your honor, I had no idea I was not allow to forcefully hold her down, rip her clothes off as she screamed 'no, please, no?'" Some one needs to help these poor young men. In fact, who are these "conservative" woman who think they can unilaterally deprive these men of their fundamental right to random sex.
You obviously don't read the liberal comments on liberal sites.
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