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The Harvard 28 to the Rescue

Whiff1962 Wrote: Oct 23, 2014 12:28 PM
God help us all, when these Ivy Leaguers, the "cream of our youth", go forth into the world.
It is so often the case that the left get mired in legalisms. The same goes with "legalizing" marijuana, which means greater govt. control, and a "preferential" law for a select group, while legal sanctions against "outliers", who choose to skirt prohibitionist and "medical" laws (proscribing and prescribing of plant material?!), are rather harsh. Any time liberals speak of "legalization", I read it for what the left implies and intends.
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BREAKING: Eric Holder to Resign

Whiff1962 Wrote: Sep 25, 2014 8:33 PM
If only, but I think you are reading it wrong. This most corrupt AG in the history of the United States is probably going to be replaced by Obama III.
Channeling? America's right and duty to protect itself, aside, If you do not believe that there is an industrial complex, as there is, likewise a drug war-industrial complex, you are woefully under or uninformed.
A dismissive statement and ludicrous.
Well, you have a point in your opening statement, and I am amenable to good argument. I do think that there is a need for the establishment types to have a "coming to Jesus" moment, and to realize that the Libertarian party might very well be the bitter medicine to take down. The Republican party needs to "Right" its course, having veered off for far too long. Bold color differences.
There are many sorts of so-called Libertarians, ranging from the Ron Paul type, which I consider myself, to the rabble-rousing, Anarcho-Capitalist types, and on down, to what I would loosely call "Left Libertarians", who are really lefties, with all of the social and cultural trappings of the Liberal, but with a keen animus towards Wall Street, the Fed, investment banks, and such. And there are many gradations in between I would say, however, that as long as Conservative types keep referring to, and treating, Libertarianism as that ugly, red-headed Step-Child, there will be no way of reconciliation. The fact is is that Libertarians, in the main, are very much amenable to much of Conservatism's values and principles. However, that said, Coulter certainly is not a good will ambassador to the Conservative cause, because, essentially she is a Republican first, and a Conservative second. And this is not a distinction without a difference.
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Megyn Kelly Destroys Bill Ayers, Again

Whiff1962 Wrote: Sep 19, 2014 1:47 PM
Although I do not believe that an evil undoes an evil (yes, skinning him alive would not redress any wrongs), I am left scratching my head on his getting a pass on his terrorist past.
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Your 'To Do' List to Save America

Whiff1962 Wrote: Sep 19, 2014 11:14 AM
There are a lot of what I call "left-Libertarian", which means very socially liberal, and generally, but not "thoroughly", fiscally conservative. However, given the variety of libertarian out there (hell, Bill Maher calls himself a libertarian!), there is little doubt, IMHO, that not no two libertarians are the same. However, that said, I do not agree wholeheartedly with Coulter's take on Libertarianism.
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Gutfeld Kills Obama's ISIS Address

Whiff1962 Wrote: Sep 12, 2014 12:26 PM
What I want to know is why Mother Theresa never accepted medical technologies to many of those in her care, when it could have saved lives? Was it that she only accepted god's help? Not trying to go Bill Maher on you, but it is rather peculiar of a woman who cared for the sick and infirm.
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