"Fox News Sunday" is heading to Louisville, Ky. Jack Conway, Kentucky's attorney general and the Democratic candidate for Senate , and Rand Paul, the Republican nominee and son of Representative Ron Paul, Republican of Texas, have agreed to a live debate on "Fox News Sunday" on Oct.3 at 9 a.m. (Eastern time).
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#79495 Feb 8, 2013
Conservative vs. Liberal Beliefs
Copyright 2005 (revised 2010) StudentNewsDaily.com
[IF "all" liberals" STILL believed THIS way ...it would be GREAT ... BUT they do NOT! MOST, not ALL have turned into libTARDS!]
We all want the same things in life. We want freedom; we want the chance for prosperity; we want as few people suffering as possible; we want healthy children; we want to have crime-free streets. The argument is how to achieve them
Liberals believe in government action to achieve equal opportunity and equality for all. It is the duty of the government to alleviate social ills and to protect civil liberties and individual and human rights. Believe the role of the government should be to guarantee that no one is in need. Liberal policies generally emphasize the need for the government to solve problems.
Conservatives believe in personal responsibility, limited government, free markets, individual liberty, traditional American values and a strong national defense. Believe the role of government should be to provide people the freedom necessary to pursue their own goals. Conservative policies generally emphasize empowerment of the individual to solve problems.
NOTE: The terms left and right define opposite ends of the political spectrum. In the United States, liberals are referred to as the left or left-wing and conservatives are referred to as the right or right-wing. On the U.S. political map, blue represents the Democratic Party (which generally upholds liberal principles) and red represents the Republican party (which generally upholds conservative principles).
#79496 Feb 8, 2013
I actually feel sorry for you,
Since: Oct 11
#79497 Feb 8, 2013
Very good AL, I believe in fact checking no matter which political beliefs people hold.
It can and should be done.
#79498 Feb 8, 2013
agreed, somebody start a thread and title it 'libotard traitors' and we can all begin anew,
#79499 Feb 8, 2013
Who We Are
Americans didnt always think of themselves as conservatives. Our country has a revolutionary history, after all, and for much of the 19th century Americans could fairly have been described as classical liberals.Conservative was a label for the backward and authoritarian, the most hidebound elements of Old Europe. As late as July 1950, a witness reported of a man causing a public disturbance,He was using abusive and obscene language, calling people Conservatives and all that.
A people only begins to discover conservatism when it becomes aware of something it has lost. By the mid-20th century, Americans knew they had lost their independence from the wars and intrigues of the Old World, and they increasingly felt the loss of the habits that had defined their form of self-government.
#79501 Feb 8, 2013
and who would know more about horse crap than you, BAAAAAAAAAAAA
#79502 Feb 8, 2013
Hey! How did you like Chambersburg Topix? I can get kinda raw there.
#79503 Feb 8, 2013
Liberal's definition for stomp or stomped(past tense):
We utilize the corrupt and greedy ACORN(whatever their new name is)
to aid and abet fraud in voting.
We utilized the SEIU with fraud in voting with promises of waivers in healthcare and "bunches" of tax payer's money to give large bonus to the crooks, er I mean union leaders.
We utilized the Black Panther Party again to intimidate with no repercussions of anykind, per Eric Holder.
We utilized the zombie like followers, for exmple wtf, to vote without knowing what they were voting for.
We utilized anything corrupt, lying, illegal, etc. and guess what, I'M BACK IN THE WHITE HOUSE, soon to be the Palace of the New Dictator of America.
Hey, are still in the basement or did mommy let you out.
#79504 Feb 8, 2013
Nowadays when I think of Liberal, I automatically think of LIAR! MOST have turned into one!
If used in a non-political sense, "liberal" simply means "a lot."
Liberal is a person with liberal views. However, an EXTREME liberal is the WORST type of person. To start with they brainwash people. Then they convince you that their pre made views they hand to you are open minded. They tell you to hate Republicans and everyone who thinks differently than you. They are the first to throw around the word racist. Most extreme liberal abuse minorities. They look for a group typically blacks or hispanics, convince them they are nothing and need the liberals to survive, then exploit them for political power. Extreme liberals are usually igorant but claim everyone else is. They pretend to be looking out for the people but are only looking out for themselves. Some day people will realize this is the truth.
Now listen, I am only talking about EXTREME liberals. Liberals aren't great either but extreme are horrible Extreme republicans are just as bad. Extreme anything is bad. The moral of the story folks, stay middle of the road, don't completely trust any political group because hey, once you get far enough up in the line there is no difference in the groups they are all selfish and corrupt. Keep an open mind. Think for yourself. Don't believe everything you are told. Have fun. And pay attention to the details here before you flip on me.
If used in a non-political sense, "conservative" simply means "not much."
I'd like a large popcorn with a conservative amount of butter, please.
1) One who espouses a political philosophy based on tradition and social stability, stressing established institutions, and preferring gradual development to abrupt change.
2) One who believes in less government being better government.
3) One who believes in such "outmoded" ideas as civil liberties (freedom of speech, separation of church and state, right to keep and bear arms, that kind of thing)
4) One for whom the Republican Party no longer truly speaks.
5) a word that today's so-called "conservatives" don't know the definition of.
a person that thinks "less is more" politics wise. Usually quietter when presented with a poll, and prefers to save money rather than spending it. Prefers to allow more freedom law wise (where I've lived and observed). Called Fascists by liberals (apparently). I use parentheses too much don't I?(don't send me your opinions)
#79505 Feb 8, 2013
Please explain :)
To my knowledge I haven't been there.
#79506 Feb 8, 2013
Kill more babies, shed the blood, we want women to have rights forget about the innocent baby who wasn't out spreading their legs to get pregnant.
Drone attacks on American citizens SUSPECTED of aiding the enemy.OOps zap someone and it was mistaken identity or kill without due process of the court system allocated to terrorist already in prisons.
Tax everyone because we care so much.
Aid and abet in closing businesses down and people losing their jobs...we care oh so much.
Cutting the red tape which never was cut for the New Jersey and NY citizens, so they can have the luxuries of shelter, food, baths, heat, etc.
While taxing not only the rich but the poor and middle classes, giving themselves a nice big raise.
Spending between $300 million and 1/2 billion dollars in one day for the inauguration while people have lost their jobs and suffering from being without shelter/food from hurricane Sandy.
With so much caring and love who needs enemies?
Not the American Way anymore but the way of the stupidy of communist liberals.
#79510 Feb 8, 2013
Education is the key to understanding the world we live in.
Lots on here DO NOT have ANY!
Rephrase THAT ... NOT enough :)
To understand the DIFFERENCE in context of how and WHEN "words" are used!
The REASON it is DANGEROUS for SOME to open THEIR mouth!
They just SPREAD libTARD jargon, thinking they are SMART ...
Sorry, BUT that is the WAY I see some!
I do NOT claim to BE the "sharpest TOOL in the shed" but I do consider myself "well read" ... and have LOTS of common sense!
IF I do have to SAY so for myself!
Know how to "discern" differences ... in GOOD & EVIL!:)
MOST libTARDS on here ARE "evil" ...
#79511 Feb 8, 2013
You call this 'whining'...
Just WAIT until the shoe is on the other foot.
Since: Dec 11
#79513 Feb 8, 2013
Yasser Arafat was an institution of terrorism!
This is now UNDENIABLE by any Palestinian because his own wife let the cat out of the terrorist backpack!
Hamas has always been a terrorist organization.
#79514 Feb 8, 2013
They know that the so-called leader has the same mindset as you do in which America will lose as a whole.
#79515 Feb 8, 2013
this libotard stuff doesn't get any better, look at this! 30 pieces of silver anyone?
how proud you libotards must be of your 'reverend', us conservatives never saw him as one anyway, just a race baiting political opportunist, BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Rev. Al Sharpton appeared in a Lean Forward ad for his network MSNBC on February 5, where he recited a bit of the Pledge of Allegiance. The 58-year-old Sharpton, who reportedly gave his first sermon at age 9, left God out of his piece of the pledge. But he did remember to include lesbians and gays. So, hes got that goin for him.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2013/02/08/rev...
#79518 Feb 8, 2013
I appreciate your fact checking.
I will not use that again.
That website is just as bad as WND or Fox News Propaganda.
#79519 Feb 8, 2013
In 2009 Cairo speech ...Obama was kissing Muslim behind ...now, Ahmadinejad and Morsi are laughing, how stupid Obama is...and Americans ...
#79520 Feb 8, 2013
Now this is TRUE.
Bush was warned for 8 months before September 11, 2001 and then said this publicly.
Bush reveals first thought: There's one terrible pilot
December 2001 / http://tinyurl.com/lcxuzm
President George Bush added a new and bizarre twist last night to the folklore surrounding September 11 when he revealed his initial reaction to the first plane hitting the World Trade Centre. In answer to a question from an eight-year-old in Florida, he said his first thought was: "There's one terrible pilot."
Mr Bush was back in the state where he spent that fateful morning, before being flown off on a zig-zag cross-country journey which finally took him back to Washington. This is not considered his finest hour, and the latest comment seems to be further evidence about the sluggishness of his immediate response.
Mr Bush got the news outside a school classroom before going in to talk to the kids about a reading programme. He went in as planned but then Andrew Card, his chief of staff, came in and whispered the news of the second plane hitting the twin towers.
He said yesterday: "I saw an airplane hit the tower - the TV was obviously on - and I used to fly myself, and I said,'There's one terrible pilot.' And I said,'It must have been a horrible accident.'" / http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2001/dec/05/s...
#79521 Feb 8, 2013
Please explain :)
Have you seen any posts by AL there?
I've not been there to my knowledge, but could have been routed there by these crazy forums.
I'm quite curious ...
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