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Four Reasons to Vote Romney, if You are a Liberal

zerrubabel2 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 11:28 AM
Actually, "mgoode880" has not "dumbed down" the conversation, rather took the complex and succinctly simplified it into a math equation. After all, we ARE in a chat dealing with FINANCE which has a lot to do with BOTH math and common-sense. Two SOCIETIES emerged - back when they gave U.S. their Johnson in 1964: The GREAT SOCIETY (Wilson and Roosevelt's wet dream) - entitlements went into high gear, thousands of new programs, ADMINISTRATIVE LAW was replacing CONSTITUTIONAL LAW . The media became liberal, education...all of it. The POLITE SOCIETY - Nobody wanted to "discuss religion or politics' in "polite society" so many WILLINGLY prevented themselves and others from excercising their FIRST AMMENDMENT RIGHTS and what follows...
Raven7 Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 12:15 PM
"Polite Society" (eg, PC) means "I don't want to have to talk about that."
Wumingren Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 12:59 PM
Almost. What it means is "I don't want YOU to talk about that."
The Liberal Mind vs Facts Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 12:12 PM
zerrubabel, I can agree with most of your thesis except the first sentence.
AmyDB Wrote: Oct 25, 2012 11:33 AM
I'm a Marine veteran & therefore not part of "polite society"
Must be why I enjoy discussing both religion & politics.

The other day I got an email from a friend I had known in school. He works with people who have a wasting disease and he wanted to know why he should vote for Romney. I omit his name and other details because he asked that I keep his correspondence private.

He probably had some funny idea that I'd make fun of him on Sunday.  

The following is my non-humorous reply:   

This is my second decade working in politics. I can tell you that you...

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