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Why the Left Hates the Old

The Perspective Wrote: Nov 27, 2013 1:22 PM
Because morality is timeless. Adultery was wrong 2,000 years ago, and it is still wrong today.
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Why the Left Hates the Old

The Perspective Wrote: Nov 27, 2013 1:21 PM
You don't because they are not organizers. They are community agitators.
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Why the Left Hates the Old

The Perspective Wrote: Nov 27, 2013 1:20 PM
With the wise slant of facts that is the LEFT-STREAM MEDIA, a recent news report informed the young and the left that older people have a disproportionate amount of the wealth. That's good enough reason to hate them?
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A Response to Richard Dawkins

The Perspective Wrote: Nov 27, 2013 1:00 PM
Dawkins and many public university professors in the U.S. and U.K. are very self-righteous and consider themselves morally superior to others. Their smugness is very repulsive. They love to impose their views on others and warn others not to do the same.
The next time you watch "Braveheart," watch for the Scottish nobleman who compromise and ride away from the battle, and imagine them with the faces of McCain, Rove, Boehner, McConnell, et al, RINOs, and you'll see their true colors.
Bzzzzzzzzzzzzzt! Incorrect. Step aside.
No one fought for open borders harder than Rove. He tried and failed to recruit someone to run against former Cong. Tom Tancredo, a conservative's conservative and the champion of border enforcement.
Make that "partial conservatives."
Being in the mushy middle with Cheney and others is NOT on the Right. Many claim they are conservative, but they are not. The biggest buzz phrase is when they say, "I'm a fiscal conservative." There are no points for "parial conservatives." Fiscal conservativism IS conservative socially and fiscally.
John Hawkins has a historical problem in defining conservativism and identifying its leaders, as many of us readers have pointed out in past years. Not belonging in this list are: Guffield, McConnell, Norquist, McCain, Roberts, Rove, Boehner; nor should the following be included as honorable mention -- Carlson, Cheney, Kremer, Judson Phillips, Tim Phillips, Priebus, O'Reilly (self-described independment), Stockton, Telford, and Wierzbicki. Some should be excluded because they either do not champion conservative beliefs, some support same-sex "marriage," and others, though conservative, would be further down the list than 25th or honorable mention.
Members of the military are now losing the very freedoms they are fighting and dying for.
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