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    I don't consider you an American, and I don't think you have any right to fly the American flag. The ideology that this administration and the liberal agenda in general promotes is no longer representative of traditional American values. In fact, it's in direct conflict. There has been a line drawn in the sand, and you're either on one side, or the other. One side is America, the other is whatever you want to call what Obama represents, but if that's what you support, then you know...at least as far as I'm concerned... what side of the line you've chosen.
    I never thought the day would come when Americans would feel the need to defend their country from within...bit I think that day was arrived at this last Tuesday. I think that day has come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I don't consider you an American, and I don't think you have any right to fly the American flag. The ideology that this administration and the liberal agenda in general promotes is no longer representative of traditional American values. In fact, it's in direct conflict. There has been a line drawn in the sand, and you're either on one side, or the other. One side is America, the other is whatever you want to call what Obama represents, but if that's what you support, then you know...at least as far as I'm concerned... what side of the line you've chosen.
    I never thought the day would come when Americans would feel the need to defend their country from within...bit I think that day was arrived at this last Tuesday. I think that day has come.

    Sad but you are absolutly right, a lot of folks just don't get it.

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    The founding father KNEW this. They were not uneducated dipshits. History had told them this day would come. Democracies are fragile deals. If they weren't, we would have no need of the second amendment as they wrote it.
    Not as a means of defense against a home intruder. Not for hunting for food. But as a WARNING to the government not to REPEAT history. Not to become 1700s English monarchy. To always be aware that they SERVE the people, not dictate to them. They are suppose to be stewards of our tax money, and spend it as WE see fit for the protection and growth of the nation, not to assure their re-election by giving it to constituents.

    The tide has tipped, and the burden has become larger and more demanding than the productive society can support. No different than 1776 colonies, and the over burdening monarch.

    They are not interested in confiscating weapons as a means of protecting society from nut jobs and criminals. But as a means of protecting themselves and their positions in life.

    guns in this country are under more of an attack than they were in the south in 1866 after the civil war, and those people did infact try to throw off the government. What does that tell you?



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    It tells me that people have their heads up their ass. It tells me that they all want to vote themself something BUT while the government is feeding them they don't see the walls being built up around them.

    The same people who support the cause that abortion is a womans choice and they won't take that away from her....support the nanny state in NY where they banned a flipping 32oz cup so people won't drink too much sugar.

    WTF The same nanny state who banned food donations last week because they may have too much salt in them...WTF

    I am so sick of people accusing republicans as wanting government in their lives because of abortion and gay marriage.....its about a babys life and their personal beliefs....not about pushing the nanny state on anyone....

    Why can't people see all the damn hypocrisy from the left????????



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms Understood View Post
    It tells me that people have their heads up their ass. It tells me that they all want to vote themself something BUT while the government is feeding them they don't see the walls being built up around them.

    The same people who support the cause that abortion is a womans choice and they won't take that away from her....support the nanny state in NY where they banned a flipping 32oz cup so people won't drink too much sugar.

    WTF The same nanny state who banned food donations last week because they may have too much salt in them...WTF

    I am so sick of people accusing republicans as wanting government in their lives because of abortion and gay marriage.....its about a babys life and their personal beliefs....not about pushing the nanny state on anyone....

    Why can't people see all the damn hypocrisy from the left????????
    I think part of the problem is half the left doesn't even understand why it thinks the way it does.
    A major reason the right, or the "GOP" didn't win this election is the younger vote. Today's young leaders are products of the liberal indoctrination centers we call "public schools". The last generation that can relate with GOP idealas is about do die away. The young people of today have nothing to relateto the GOP, but it's not based on any real personal knowledge or experience they have, they've been taught what to think from a very young age.
    If we converted the schools back to the standards and ideals of the late 50's early 60's, it would take five generations before there were "new" conservative thinkers in leadership positions in this country. This has been part of the eastern Marxist/Alinski-ite planning for a century, to overthrow the western Christian-based societies...to infiltrate this country from within, convert tomorrow's leader's ideals, and cause as much chaos, anger and division among us as humanly possible through things like the gay agenda, the environmental movement and the sexual revolution, which all in turn serve to destroy the moral firewall that protects the traditional family structure. Destroy that, and you destroy the backbone of the middle class, and the very strength and foundation that made this country as great as it was.
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    Kind of like enticing a animal into a cage with food. It never sees the cage. Once its in there.........



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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I don't consider you an American, and I don't think you have any right to fly the American flag. The ideology that this administration and the liberal agenda in general promotes is no longer representative of traditional American values. In fact, it's in direct conflict. There has been a line drawn in the sand, and you're either on one side, or the other. One side is America, the other is whatever you want to call what Obama represents, but if that's what you support, then you know...at least as far as I'm concerned... what side of the line you've chosen.
    I never thought the day would come when Americans would feel the need to defend their country from within...bit I think that day was arrived at this last Tuesday. I think that day has come.
    Three points Scott:
    1) The US government (you know what I think of it) thinks I am an American, since they didn't seem to have a problem issuing me an American passport.
    2) I don't give a shit what you consider I am or what you think I have the right to do.
    3) You know why I'm more of an American than you? Because even though I disagree with what you say, I would gladly defend your right to say it. You wouldn't do that for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I think part of the problem is half the left doesn't even understand why it thinks the way it does.
    A major reason the right, or the "GOP" didn't win this election is the younger vote. Today's young leaders are products of the liberal indoctrination centers we call "public schools". The last generation that can relate with GOP idealas is about do die away. The young people of today have nothing to relateto the GOP, but it's not based on any real personal knowledge or experience they have, they've been taught what to think from a very young age.
    If we converted the schools back to the standards and ideals of the late 50's early 60's, it would take five generations before there were "new" conservative thinkers in leadership positions in this country. This has been part of the eastern Marxist/Alinski-ite planning for a century, to overthrow the western Christian-based societies...to infiltrate this country from within, convert tomorrow's leader's ideals, and cause as much chaos, anger and division among us as humanly possible through things like the gay agenda, the environmental movement and the sexual revolution, which all in turn serve to destroy the moral firewall that protects the traditional family structure. Destroy that, and you destroy the backbone of the middle class, and the very strength and foundation that made this country as great as it was.
    Women in swings states had greater affect on the election than just the "youth". Yes, those women may have been young but they were also prime, middle aged and old.

    Women have had the most impact on the social agendas over the year leading to what we have now. Inaction on the border and growing overburdened social programs. Every election has cause and effect. We are still feeling effects of elections from the 1930s and the effect of Obama's will be throughout my life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    Three points Scott:
    1) The US government (you know what I think of it) thinks I am an American, since they didn't seem to have a problem issuing me an American passport.
    2) I don't give a shit what you consider I am or what you think I have the right to do.
    3) You know why I'm more of an American than you? Because even though I disagree with what you say, I would gladly defend your right to say it. You wouldn't do that for me.


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    You know, I usually don't subscribe to "conspiracy theories", but there is no way you'll ever be able to convince me this election wasn't rigged. With all of the machines having glitches that wouldn't take Romney votes and several counties in key states voting 100% Obama with a 40+% population of registered Republicans. I just don't buy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stc315 View Post
    You know, I usually don't subscribe to "conspiracy theories", but there is no way you'll ever be able to convince me this election wasn't rigged. With all of the machines having glitches that wouldn't take Romney votes and several counties in key states voting 100% Obama with a 40+% population of registered Republicans. I just don't buy it.

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    I'm thinking you are definitely on to something.


    Quote Originally Posted by stc315 View Post
    You know, I usually don't subscribe to "conspiracy theories", but there is no way you'll ever be able to convince me this election wasn't rigged. With all of the machines having glitches that wouldn't take Romney votes and several counties in key states voting 100% Obama with a 40+% population of registered Republicans. I just don't buy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I think part of the problem is half the left doesn't even understand why it thinks the way it does.
    A major reason the right, or the "GOP" didn't win this election is the younger vote. Today's young leaders are products of the liberal indoctrination centers we call "public schools". The last generation that can relate with GOP idealas is about do die away. The young people of today have nothing to relateto the GOP, but it's not based on any real personal knowledge or experience they have, they've been taught what to think from a very young age.
    If we converted the schools back to the standards and ideals of the late 50's early 60's, it would take five generations before there were "new" conservative thinkers in leadership positions in this country. This has been part of the eastern Marxist/Alinski-ite planning for a century, to overthrow the western Christian-based societies...to infiltrate this country from within, convert tomorrow's leader's ideals, and cause as much chaos, anger and division among us as humanly possible through things like the gay agenda, the environmental movement and the sexual revolution, which all in turn serve to destroy the moral firewall that protects the traditional family structure. Destroy that, and you destroy the backbone of the middle class, and the very strength and foundation that made this country as great as it was.
    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I don't consider you an American, and I don't think you have any right to fly the American flag. The ideology that this administration and the liberal agenda in general promotes is no longer representative of traditional American values. In fact, it's in direct conflict. There has been a line drawn in the sand, and you're either on one side, or the other. One side is America, the other is whatever you want to call what Obama represents, but if that's what you support, then you know...at least as far as I'm concerned... what side of the line you've chosen.
    I never thought the day would come when Americans would feel the need to defend their country from within...bit I think that day was arrived at this last Tuesday. I think that day has come.
    Excellent!
    I could not agree more! I too "never thought the day would come.....".
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelcomp View Post
    I think part of the problem is half the left doesn't even understand why it thinks the way it does.
    A major reason the right, or the "GOP" didn't win this election is the younger vote. Today's young leaders are products of the liberal indoctrination centers we call "public schools". The last generation that can relate with GOP idealas is about do die away. The young people of today have nothing to relateto the GOP, but it's not based on any real personal knowledge or experience they have, they've been taught what to think from a very young age.
    If we converted the schools back to the standards and ideals of the late 50's early 60's, it would take five generations before there were "new" conservative thinkers in leadership positions in this country. This has been part of the eastern Marxist/Alinski-ite planning for a century, to overthrow the western Christian-based societies...to infiltrate this country from within, convert tomorrow's leader's ideals, and cause as much chaos, anger and division among us as humanly possible through things like the gay agenda, the environmental movement and the sexual revolution, which all in turn serve to destroy the moral firewall that protects the traditional family structure. Destroy that, and you destroy the backbone of the middle class, and the very strength and foundation that made this country as great as it was.
    Agreed that the schools have an impact, but the buck stops with parenting. Parenting the msm, and tv shows. Turn on MTV for one day and you will be appalled! My kids both go to the Murrieta Valley School District. I have nothing but good things to say about it. My daughter voted for Romney and when she posted that on facebook, she got a shockingly large majority of kids who agreed with her and too voted Romney.

    Parents need to take responsiblity. We are supposed to be raising responsible adults, that should include talk of economics and politics. That said, this is where we see political labels handed down generation to generation.

    We won't ever change the segment of society who has been taught to be dependent on the system, especially when people allow them to infringe upon the rights of parents with legislation. Example....the morning after pill administered in 13 highschools in NYC to teenage girls from the school nurse. That should be criminal, not legal.

    Something to consider. I've mentioned talking to a few friends of friends from Nigeria. They don't go to our schools yet they told me that CNN and the news tells them that democrats care more about people. ( I find it interesting that they follow our election so closely and they LOVE american politics ) The news tells them this.........

    When people are brainwashed into believing that as a woman or a minority that democrats care more about them...they are going to keep voting for them.



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