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484 days ago.
by R1KRA8
Tinfoilhat
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Liberalism" is a disguise for Socialism

“The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism’ they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.” - Norman Thomas, six-time U.S. Presidential candidate for the Socialist Party of America. Congratulations, comrades.

 
 

Member Comments

heywoodjablowme

you know what they say about assumptions?

I asked a few questions and you went off into right field. That is about the best I can muster from your attitude.

Posted 508 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

Thanks for the Character lessons and proving my point.

The forest for the trees comes to mind.

Posted 508 days ago.

RANDOM21

All are created equal; naked and crying. After that point all paths diverge and what happens happens.

Posted 510 days ago.

When the Charleston Gazette required Facebook to comment on their stories to comment, idiots like burningdownthehous aka Scott Mc aka the next stupid name disappeared. It seems the maroons can set anonymously behind a computer screen and be tough but when they had to step forward, well, the cowardice took over. Seems to me that if you can say something, you should have the conviction to stand behind what you say and not hide behind a moniker.

Posted 510 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

something interesting just happened below in this thread.

In one post tired of it says

" I don't agree with Myth about very much but to place what you THINK is personal info on this forum is very low and shows a bit about your character tinfoil. Shame on you. "

Then turns right around and tries the same thing calling out these user names. none of which I can find a single post from.

It Says a lot about "character" wouldn't you say tired of it?

Posted 511 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

you are mistaken. but it is an interesting turn in your forum persona.

with all that anger pent up, I'm surprised you haven't ended it yet.

Posted 511 days ago.

Kendall78

Last time I checked, local elected officials were the most concerned citizens of all since they actually went through the process to get elected.

Posted 512 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

What is your name then tinfoilhat?

Posted 512 days ago.

mythravere

I am reasonably certain of his identity. So two CAN play that game. If I wanted to. But I respect his anonymity so I'll refrain from outing him.

Posted 512 days ago.

Kendall78

I would be more impressed if he would say who he is since he thinks trying to "out" Myth is important for some reason. No better than ol Lilyofthevalley from days gone by.

Posted 512 days ago.

heywoodjablowme

So you know it all then tinfoil?

Posted 513 days ago.

mythravere

Ripley? I dont even work in Ripley! LOL!

Posted 514 days ago.

wizard1174

Swartzkoff wrote about it in his book, It Doesn't Take A Hero. I salute!

Posted 516 days ago.

wizard1174

IF we could teach sociology in grade school we might see the tide turn. How do you treat your father, mother, the girl next door, friends AND enemies? What is socially acceoptable? What constitutes disrespect in public? This action, alone, has a tremendous possibility of preventing many from becoming criminals and negating the need to build more prisons. Today, many expect it is the parents duty to teach respect. How many meth druggies or drunks are responsible enough to teach their children, well? It is the governments DUTY to educate, not indoctrinate. Why does West Virginia require students to memorize eachcounty in the state, but not require a test on the constitution, Bill of Rights and amendments? No student should graduate without knowing the basis for our government OR the basis for respect of others. Instead of attacking individuals, attack the problems with positive recommendations each time a problem is brought to light. Seems like a brilliant officer by the name of

Posted 516 days ago.

wizard1174

Mythravere: AMEN to most of what you said.

Posted 516 days ago.

wizard1174

Ithink: as a military combat veteran I still have the right to vote and I have the right Not to vote. Neither circumvents my rights to offer constructive critisism. Please, remember I have the right not to like any candidate the republicans or democrats offer. Heck, I voted twice for Ross Perot and he only ran once! I reserve that right, also. Rember what he said about NAFTA? "if it passes there will be a giant sucking sound of jobs leaving America." Who'd uh thunk it?

Posted 516 days ago.

RANDOM21

Surprisingly tenth grade American History class did cover quite a bit of the early documents. At least at PSHS.

Posted 518 days ago.

wizard1174

Does West Virginia require students to pass a test on the Constitution? Don't think so! Pity!

Posted 518 days ago.

… is a "sacred, God-given right"…. …"racial entitlement"!...

I would recommend you study the two and what our founding fathers stated Neil. If you do, you will see that during the Philadelphia Convention, Madison, and company argued against a Bill of Rights. They believed such rights did not need to be granted by government because they were inalienable rights granted by the creator. That’s why it took NY demanding a Bill of Rights before the FF promised one. The second of those inalienable rights was the right to keep and bear arms.

The right to vote on the other hand was never guaranteed. In fact, when Thomas Paine tried to vote in 1806, he was denied despite the fact he was a founding father. While subsequent Amendments have ensured that voting cannot be denied due to race, religion, ability to pay a tax or gender but nothing guarantees the right to vote. As was the case in the 18th Century the voting right is still left to individual states.

Posted 618 days ago.

resolution

;)

Posted 633 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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