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Jul 10, 2013
 
Looks like conservatives really suck. Here is their leader.

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Jul 10, 2013
 
Brokeback Bush: thetruth.7p.com

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Looks like conservatives really suck. Here is their leader.
http://www.youtube.com/watch ...
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#48
Jul 10, 2013
 
Notice Bush is holding hands and walking on the traditional Saudi female side. Conservatives really suck
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Google new york times north carolina in decline.
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Jul 10, 2013
 
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Liberals can go straight to hell where they belong. Don't you understand that CAldwell County doesn't like or want you her. Get the hell out and don't look back.
Caldwell does not always get what they want. After all, they don't own all of Caldwell or run much anymore except their mouth. Broyhill is gone, so is most of the other so called conservative businesses owned by republicans who solicited in all the foreigners to work for almost free. Don't liberals think that Caldwell doesn't want conservatives here. Go party naked.
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Has anyone else observed how much difficulty most conservatives have with the English language?
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Broyhill drained the life blood out of Caldwell with low wages and by blocking diversification to protect their near slave wage reserve. The entire political and social structure was controlled by them and their suck up lackies. So they sell out and bail out, but the residual political structure remains . It will take years for the average voter with 8 th grade education to finally realize what happened and who did this to them. They worry themselves sick about scary words like liberal, communist, socialist, anarchist, etc and haven't , in most cases, even looked up the definitions of those scary words. It helps them self deny the reality of who is really responsible. Its kind of pathetic . Even the Caldwell republican leaders are confused and disoriented because they don't know who to suck up to. Who know how many years it will take them to realize they don't have to suck up anymore.
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<quoted text> Caldwell does not always get what they want. After all, they don't own all of Caldwell or run much anymore except their mouth. Broyhill is gone, so is most of the other so called conservative businesses owned by republicans who solicited in all the foreigners to work for almost free. Don't liberals think that Caldwell doesn't want conservatives here. Go party naked.
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Conservative hate learning and education because it could cause them to question the BS they want to believe. Conservatives even hate Lens Crafters because they make glasses, and that can lead to reading.
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Has anyone else observed how much difficulty most conservatives have with the English language?
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attitude wrote:
Conservative hate learning and education because it could cause them to question the BS they want to believe. Conservatives even hate Lens Crafters because they make glasses, and that can lead to reading.
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Yes, we can see the cuts that McCrory and the NC Republican Legislature are making in education so that the populace will remain stupid and continue to vote for them in the future. Also blocking college students from voting at college because most intelligent people vote against them. And the discouraging the minority vote? No surprises here.
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<quoted text>Broyhill drained the life blood out of Caldwell with low wages and by blocking diversification to protect their near slave wage reserve. The entire political and social structure was controlled by them and their suck up lackies. So they sell out and bail out, but the residual political structure remains . It will take years for the average voter with 8 th grade education to finally realize what happened and who did this to them. They worry themselves sick about scary words like liberal, communist, socialist, anarchist, etc and haven't , in most cases, even looked up the definitions of those scary words. It helps them self deny the reality of who is really responsible. Its kind of pathetic . Even the Caldwell republican leaders are confused and disoriented because they don't know who to suck up to. Who know how many years it will take them to realize they don't have to suck up anymore.
I've always wondered how working class citizens could support the Republican agenda. Unless you are independently wealthy I hate to inform you Bush era tax breaks help you very little.. Only things holding the party together is the lack of an informed voter and the extreme right controlled by the conservative christian power base, which is exactly why I'm independent now.
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I've always wondered how working class citizens could support the Republican agenda. Unless you are independently wealthy I hate to inform you Bush era tax breaks help you very little.. Only things holding the party together is the lack of an informed voter and the extreme right controlled by the conservative christian power base, which is exactly why I'm independent now.[/QUOTE]

Most of the working class that I know who vote Republican do not really know the issues. They generally vote Republican because the Republican party has cornered the market on "God, Gays, Guns and Abortion". The party can continue to screw the working class, for example, by defeating minimum wage increases, and the uneducated will continue to vote them in. Most fundamentalist preachers and churches also have a great influence in their voting Republican that you mentioned. Very sad situation. These preachers always plug their agenda in church for Republican candidates and still receive a tax free status. Something is very wrong there.
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Conservative Christians need the direction and guidance of their religion and ministers, especially in today's chaotic world. That is a good thing because their religion is basically all they have and the only thing that makes any sense in their tumultuous life. The bad thing is that many of their ministers have subtly and insidiously helped substitute the word of talking heads for the word of God and republicanism for religion. As a result, the republican right, based on subtle political teachings of their supposed religious advisors, believe it is the will of God to raise taxes on the poor so that a rich royalty class can enjoy unprecedented tax breaks. So, with little education or understanding of the whirlwind of misinformation hitting them daily , they vote for republicans, subconsciously , and mistakenly, believing they support religion, when in reality they are doing the exact opposite. Republicans know that the only way this situation can be sustained is by the destruction of public education.

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I've always wondered how working class citizens could support the Republican agenda. Unless you are independently wealthy I hate to inform you Bush era tax breaks help you very little.. Only things holding the party together is the lack of an informed voter and the extreme right controlled by the conservative christian power base, which is exactly why I'm independent now.[/QUOTE]
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The tax exempt status of all churches and ministries where the ministers preach politics should be revoked by the IRS.
It is getting so ridiculous that some of the so called ministries should be registered with the elections board as Political Action Committees.
For instance like some ministry that owns two Cessna Caravans and a luxury King Air 350 aircraft, supposedly to be used to reach the needy. Then they also make TV political advertisements in national elections, but retain their IRS tax exempt status while their leaders draw huge salaries and unlimited expense coverage.
Like the old song verse "They say send you money to God , but they give you their own address."
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Roger Dodger wrote:
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I've always wondered how working class citizens could support the Republican agenda. Unless you are independently wealthy I hate to inform you Bush era tax breaks help you very little.. Only things holding the party together is the lack of an informed voter and the extreme right controlled by the conservative christian power base, which is exactly why I'm independent now. "

Most of the working class that I know who vote Republican do not really know the issues. They generally vote Republican because the Republican party has cornered the market on "God, Gays, Guns and Abortion". The party can continue to screw the working class, for example, by defeating minimum wage increases, and the uneducated will continue to vote them in. Most fundamentalist preachers and churches also have a great influence in their voting Republican that you mentioned. Very sad situation. These preachers always plug their agenda in church for Republican candidates and still receive a tax free status. Something is very wrong there.
Absolutely correct .. Many tend to vote based on their churches agenda and remain clueless to the parties overall platform. I hear so many people speak out against the Democrats social programs yet few take time to realize they are only a paycheck or two ahead of being in the same situation of those seeking benefits. The New York Times recently released an article called "The Decline of North Carolina" . This is a superb article showing the decay or this and other states.
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attitude wrote:
The tax exempt status of all churches and ministries where the ministers preach politics should be revoked by the IRS.
It is getting so ridiculous that some of the so called ministries should be registered with the elections board as Political Action Committees.
For instance like some ministry that owns two Cessna Caravans and a luxury King Air 350 aircraft, supposedly to be used to reach the needy. Then they also make TV political advertisements in national elections, but retain their IRS tax exempt status while their leaders draw huge salaries and unlimited expense coverage.
Like the old song verse "They say send you money to God , but they give you their own address."
I wholeheartedly agree with the IRS disqualifying tax-exempt status for any church that has a political agenda. Churches have transformed into nothing more than big business. The mega churches have positioned themselves as profit centers not community centers. The teach not only from the bibles agenda but the republican agenda as well. This very well explains why organized religion has witnessed it's largest decline in decades.
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I wholeheartedly agree with the IRS disqualifying tax-exempt status for any church that has a political agenda. Churches have transformed into nothing more than big business. The mega churches have positioned themselves as profit centers not community centers. The teach not only from the bibles agenda but the republican agenda as well. This very well explains why organized religion has witnessed it's largest decline in decades.[/QUOTE]

If the government would take the tax exempt status away from churches, the evengelical right would portray this as "another assault on Christianity", and Fox News would keep their heads full of more than the usual crap they feed them anyway. Conservatives, as a rule, have little knowledge of the Constitution and complain of the discontinuation of prayer in school. They do not seem to understand that if you open up prayer for one religion, you would have to do it for all religions who would demand the same right. They only want it their way, of course. They would raise holy hell if Muslim kids would bring their prayer rugs to school.
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From the above, let me make it known that I do not suggest the tax free status taken away from ALL churches, but just those that promote any political candidate or view point in their churches that could very well influence voters in any way. To be fair, let me also state that this also includes Liberal or Conservative views, Republican or Democrat; any politically motivated view whatsoever. The pulpit is designed for the winning of souls, not to influence or alter the political agendas of the world. Could you imagine Jesus in the temple ranting against the Roman Empire and their agenda of ruling Palestine?
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Roger Dodger wrote:
From the above, let me make it known that I do not suggest the tax free status taken away from ALL churches, but just those that promote any political candidate or view point in their churches that could very well influence voters in any way. To be fair, let me also state that this also includes Liberal or Conservative views, Republican or Democrat; any politically motivated view whatsoever. The pulpit is designed for the winning of souls, not to influence or alter the political agendas of the world. Could you imagine Jesus in the temple ranting against the Roman Empire and their agenda of ruling Palestine?
You touched on a very valid point. As the churches promote prayer in school they are actually promoting only the christianity versions. Freedom of religion was constructed as just that, freedom for all religions. I had a conversation with a typical "christian" recently and was totally shocked by how little true biblical knowledge the possessed. They only knew basically what they had been told for decades. No concept of other religions beliefs, no clue Islam and Christianity share basically the same bible until Abraham and no true understanding of biblical content. From their actions basically if you spend a couple hours in church on Sunday, talk the talk and tell everyone how religious you are then it's ok to lie, cheat, cuss and judge the other six days of the week.. Perfect example why I do not believe in organized religion.
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The secular Pontius Pilate washed his hands of the conviction of Jesus because he knew the evidence did not support any violation against the Roman State. It was the "religious" Jews who clamored for and obtained the crucifixion of Jesus.
Why? Because he was perceived a threat to the Jewish "religious" doctrine. Over 2000 years ago, the ancient Roman, Pontius Pilate , understood why government and religion should be separate.
2000 years later, we have conservatives who still do not understand that.
Roger Dodger wrote:
From the above, let me make it known that I do not suggest the tax free status taken away from ALL churches, but just those that promote any political candidate or view point in their churches that could very well influence voters in any way. To be fair, let me also state that this also includes Liberal or Conservative views, Republican or Democrat; any politically motivated view whatsoever. The pulpit is designed for the winning of souls, not to influence or alter the political agendas of the world. Could you imagine Jesus in the temple ranting against the Roman Empire and their agenda of ruling Palestine?

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