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Reagan was a saint unlike the fallen angel in the White House.
A snake may shed its skin but it is still a snake.
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Hostility to Tradition

tibby2 Wrote: 5 hours ago (10:22 AM)
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;....." Very simple language, easy for any thinking human to understand. It is too simple for the nuanced liberal mind. It is too straightforward for the complex mind of a liberal.
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Holder has served Obama well. Obama is not going to nominate an anti-Holder type, he will put forward a pro-Holder type in disguise. On the surface this nominee as AG will likely do superficial things to give the appearance that this administration is working on the problems, but always remember we are not dealing with politicians we are dealing with hardcore ideologues.
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Are We At War With Radical Islam?

tibby2 Wrote: 6 hours ago (9:24 AM)
Good Ayn Rand quote
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Are We At War With Radical Islam?

tibby2 Wrote: 6 hours ago (9:19 AM)
Now lets not talk about the welfare state just yet. We'll save that one for later.
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Are We At War With Radical Islam?

tibby2 Wrote: 6 hours ago (9:17 AM)
An ideology that uses religion to spread tyranny is no different than an ideology that uses government to spread tyranny. If all religions are the problem and should be eliminated then so too should government be eliminated. Though sectarian, an ideology that uses government to control its people rather than allow them to make their own choices shares much in common with those who use religion to do the same. The difference is in the degree of the strategy to force others to comply with the ideology. Both believe that the world would be better off if others were forced to comply with their vision. When a religion is a state or the state is a religion both seek to maintain dominion over its people. Both sectarian ideologues and religious ideologues abuse power to maintain control. On the sectarian side the collectivist minded has many branches: communism, socialism, progressivism, the modern liberal: on the religious side the players have changed over the millennia but right now it is Islam with two branches: Shiite and Sunni. All of these have been active in the 20th and 21st centuries. Religion and government are like a hammer, it can be used to build a house or it can be used to destroy a house.
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Are We At War With Radical Islam?

tibby2 Wrote: 6 hours ago (9:04 AM)
not when so many are in denial and will not even utter the words to identify that "enemy".
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Are We At War With Radical Islam?

tibby2 Wrote: 6 hours ago (9:02 AM)
So you are at war with all religions that lay within the U.S.?
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