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Curious as to what part(s) of the study I mentioned you believe inaccurate and what role opinions have in that inaccuracy.
Studied? No, but I've read of some of the ways. What's your point(s)?
And those grammar problems would be . . . ?
Fear might be one of the reasons many conservatives don't engage in the normal rebellion against parental authority and other authority figures during their teens. Conservatives don't just cling to their guns and religion, they cling to their authority figures.
I blame Christianity. They've become conditioned to blank out the parts of reality that conflict with their religion to the extent it's become a reflex whenever facts conflict with their beliefs on anything. Ayn Rand called it a cowardly surrender to "they say." Hard to improve on that.
“With respect to pre-existing conditions, what Governor Romney has said is for those with continuous coverage, he would continue to make sure that they receive their coverage." - Eric Fehrnstrom, Romney adviser, after the debate. What does that laughable response have to do with the estimated 89 million people with pre-existing conditions who can't get insurance? What's the definition of "pre-existing" in your world?
""Number one, pre-existing conditions are covered under my plan." - Romney during the debate How is that not a lie?
During the '80s the Saudis bought off Sheikh Fadlallah for a considerably cheaper amount than the money the Reagan administration spent trying to kill him. Fadlallah reportedly spent the money on food, medicine, etc for his people, according to Woodward's book about the secret wars of the CIA.
That's a response? Why bother?
Where's the part about him having integrity?
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