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Conservatism Is The New Punk Rock

Thomas 109 Wrote: Jul 27, 2014 2:02 PM
I am remembering that old hippy anti establishment tirade "Sign, sign, everywhere a sign, do this, do that, can't you read the sign". It was when the Leftists were wanting to blow up the system. Well now they ARE the system and they haven't an iota of a new idea as to how to eliminate the crushing power of government...instead they've embraced it.
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Conservatism Is The New Punk Rock

Thomas 109 Wrote: Jul 27, 2014 2:02 PM
I am remembering that old hippy anti establishment tirade "Sign, sign, everywhere a sign, do this, do that, can't you read the sign". It was when the Leftists were wanting to blow up the system. Well now they ARE the system and they haven't an iota of a new idea as to how to eliminate the crushing power of government...instead they've embraced it.
Alice could not be more confused than when the Red Queen (Obama) starts talking backwards. If the IRS actually thinks that (the dog ate my homework) is going to fly when they know God damned well they wouldn't let it fly for a US taxpayer they don't understand the American people. We will just have to have Congress pull the IRS' claws out in lieu of doing it to these lying executives. Further, if the most lawless administration in history is going to destroy evidence and say FU to the American people maybe we should impeach the president using manufactured evidence and let them squeal.
What he should be in contact with Qatar about is a safe place to live away from Americans after his term is up.
Of course they don't condone accountability; they'll say they are transparent, but they really don't intend to be, they want to be totally unaccountable, and so far, they have been. They used to call Reagan the "Teflon" president, Obama must be soaked in silicone.
Jack you're a SPECIAL kind of stupid, aren't you? Good luck with your pro police state policies, I'll come back if you come to your senses.
McConnell likes to say he is conservative, though bad mouthing most Tea Party groups. The rubber will hit the road however when he either goes for the Chamber of Commerce Amnesty bill, or if he actively works on disassembling the ACA.
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Home Depot 1Q results miss expectations

Thomas 109 Wrote: May 26, 2014 12:54 PM
Well since their founder went on an anti Tea Party and pro amnesty rant, I have quit using HD. His philosophy is not compatible with his DYI customers.
Describing someone as "the husband of Facebook co-founder" is not specific in describing who they are married to; which FB co founder? How many co founders does FB have? Is the one this guy is married to male or female? What is their name?
It is so frustrating when people one-line a concept they have in their head, but do so imprecisely. "Morality laws" CAN be the opposite of religious liberty, but it depends on what you mean by morality laws. ALL laws have as the motivating factor the desire to increase moral behavior. Religious liberty must also be defined. To me religious liberty is the idea that I can practice my religion without the government interfering with my belief or practice. Now the government has an interest in my religion IF, for example I want to practice human sacrifice, or kill my daughter because she won't marry the 45 year old man I pick when she is 12. Morality laws specifying no strip clubs near elementary schools do not affect religious liberty unless you claim you have a religious right to go to strip clubs and ogle elementary children through an open door. Just an FYI.
Just like every time Reid wants to push Republicans away from getting things done he comes up with some way to bring the Koch brothers into it, Mitch McConnell needs to point out when Harry's serving his masters, who they are, and just how servile he is while doing it. It's called informing the public. When there is no constant push back the public thinks whatever the Dems are doing must not be that outrageous. Reid pushes back constantly, the GOP must also; Politics 101.
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