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Sorry, Doug, but I believe you are mistaken. If atheists publically and loudly object to Christmas because they don't believe in Jesus, why don't Jews, Pagans, Hindus, Buddhists, etc., etc., do the same? Sure, this may be true for some atheists, but I really don't think it's true for even most. But speaking of making themselves obnoxious during this season, don't ignore Christians themselves, who think they are the only ones on the planet who have a holiday during December and spout off indignantly that we shouldn't say "Happy Holidays", but must say "Merry Christmas". Right, because there are no Jews and Hanukkah, no pagans and Winter Solstice, etc., so anyone who wishes you happy holidays MUST be trying to take Christ out of Christmas.
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Romney Was Not the Problem

TNCaver Wrote: Nov 23, 2012 9:22 AM
Speaking of small minds, Ann Coulter is part of the "Beltway elites and country club establishment wing of the Republican Party" that Jenny Beth Martin spole of. Ann is now on the defense, and a big, loud-mouthed, patronizing part of the problem.
Could be. I keep hearing them talk about the need to befriend minorities rather than marginalize them. Which just plays to the MSM's false stereotyping of a party that is just as diverse than Dems, if not more so. I could support Rubio.
Christie would have been worse for the country than Romney, just another RINO like Bush.
My top Conservative storyline from 2012 is that we can thank Ann Coulter and other like-minded status quo, Corporate-paid Republican pundits for convincing enough of us that only Romney was electable, and that the rest of the field were all too conservative to win. Thanks to that line, too many conservatives stayed home, and won the election for Obama. We need a true Tea Party conservative to run, one without an anti-science, wack-job eccentricity or two, articulate and not prone to saying stupid stuff like most of the rest of the last bunch.
PMA2019 should also be in the running. PMA=Propaganda Mongering Arab?
Fear-monger much, do you? Confuse decriminalization of pot with decriminalizing DUI laws much?Confuse decriminalization of pot with everyone suddenly thiniing it's okay to be stoned on the job much? Yes, you do. Like nearly every other, normally rational conservative, you have drunk the government koolaid on this one issue.
Seriously? You're argument against decriminalized pot is the extra money spent figuring out the legal details? The amounts spent is a thimble-full in the vast oceans of money we're already spending on this useless prohibition part 2, aka the War on Drugs, in law enforcement personnel, equipment, time, courts, lawyers, jails, lost jobs and productivity and on and on and on. The solution to your money problem is for the feds to also decriminalize it, let states and local jurisdictions decide if they want pot legal in their communities, then spens their own monies either regulating it or combatting it. If enough states decriminalize it, the feds will have to follow suite, as it will be obvious public opinion is against them.
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What Ron Paul Gets Wrong

TNCaver Wrote: Nov 17, 2012 8:33 AM
And the War of Northern Aggression proved that we have not been in a mutually agreed alliance since the mid-1800s. The states are now held by a federated central government at gun-point with no option to end their part in this so-called alliance.
Wow, and I thought only foolish Liberals bought into government propaganda and ignorant cultural stereotypes. But I see even Townhall patrons aren't immune.
A, um, "majority" of your fellow Democrats disagree with the assertion in that photo. Your "tolerance" for them is commendable. Too bad that tolerance is not equally distributed to all your fellow Americans. Kinda makes you a hypocrite.
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