I need a good Liberal Education

I need a good Liberal Education

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M Cremeans

Fairmont, WV

#1 Apr 28, 2014
How would education help me to stop the following beliefs?

1. I believe in Jesus Christ
2. I believe in small government.
3. I believe in gun ownership.
4. I believe in free enterprise.
5. I believe in constitutional rights.
6. I do not support gays.
7. I do not believe in welfare.
Nancy

Chesapeake, VA

#2 Apr 28, 2014
M Cremeans wrote:
How would education help me to stop the following beliefs?
1. I believe in Jesus Christ
2. I believe in small government.
3. I believe in gun ownership.
4. I believe in free enterprise.
5. I believe in constitutional rights.
6. I do not support gays.
7. I do not believe in welfare.
Being as you have obtained the knowledge to learn these seven steps which will be an improbability for you to unlearn, as you have an IQ equivalent to a spider monkey who knows more about skinning a banana than the average Monkey. You might want to forget about these seven steps of disbeliefs, and be as the ordinary redneck and who loafs all day and plays and educates himself by playing with his banana.
M Cremeans

Washington, DC

#3 Apr 28, 2014
Nancy wrote:
<quoted text>Being as you have obtained the knowledge to learn these seven steps which will be an improbability for you to unlearn, as you have an IQ equivalent to a spider monkey who knows more about skinning a banana than the average Monkey. You might want to forget about these seven steps of disbeliefs, and be as the ordinary redneck and who loafs all day and plays and educates himself by playing with his banana.
I like banana splits from Dairy Queen. I would be curious what you can do with an unpeeled green banana. I bet it would fit in any of your orfices easily.

Level 4

Since: Dec 12

Huntington, WV

#4 Apr 28, 2014
M Cremeans wrote:
How would education help me to stop the following beliefs?
1. I believe in Jesus Christ
2. I believe in small government.
3. I believe in gun ownership.
4. I believe in free enterprise.
5. I believe in constitutional rights.
6. I do not support gays.
7. I do not believe in welfare.
8. I'm a suggestible conservative who lives in fear.
9. Im an intractable conservative who fears change.
10. I am a blind conservative who foolishly thinks that "every man for himself" is wise societal paradigm.
11. Since I believe in Jesus Christ, I must also believe in creationism, the earth is 6,000 years old and man romped with the dinosaurs, God killed all of the women, children and babies on the planet because he was pissed off at one man, and dominion theology.
12. I am a dumber than dumb conservative who actually believes that the GOP party actually believes the things they tell me.
M Cremeans

Huntington, WV

#5 Apr 29, 2014
I actually was under the impression liberals live in fear. The libs are always pushing more safety laws on the masses.

Level 4

Since: Dec 12

Huntington, WV

#6 Apr 29, 2014
M Cremeans wrote:
I actually was under the impression liberals live in fear. The libs are always pushing more safety laws on the masses.
Yeah, we want to protects ourselves from bible- wielding conservatives who are gun happy and overly fearful of black president who they wrongly thing, wants to take them away.
Gosh

Huntington, WV

#7 Apr 29, 2014
M Cremeans wrote:
I actually was under the impression liberals live in fear. The libs are always pushing more safety laws on the masses.
Pretty obvious you could benefit from more education. Critical thinking skills should prevent you from making derogatory statements about increasing public safety,
M Cremeans

Huntington, WV

#8 Apr 29, 2014
It is amazing to me at how silly the liberals really are in your daily lives. You cannot see the forest for the trees. Real suckers who desire to live under a ruler.
The kettle calling the pot black if you will. I am sure your puppet masters get priceless entertainment while playing with you.
Ms Independent

Milton, WV

#9 Apr 29, 2014
M Cremeans wrote:
How would education help me to stop the following beliefs?
1. I believe in Jesus Christ
2. I believe in small government.
3. I believe in gun ownership.
4. I believe in free enterprise.
5. I believe in constitutional rights.
6. I do not support gays.
7. I do not believe in welfare.
This is how arguments start and good debates are missed. I like to debate so I may learn and expand my knowledge. One thing that I see in Republicans is, its their way or no way. If you don't believe as the Republicans do, you are an atheist or a muslim terrorist. Another thing I do not understand, welfare monies are spent back into the economy, money that goes back into the business owners hands and therefore the govt. I also find that most republicans do not take the time to truly read the reforms and regulations that now accompany the request or receipt for such benefits. Its not really all that easy to live off welfare, per se, or to even get it. You do have to work for it and you end up working full time for less than minimum wage earnings by the time you figure out your hours versus benefits. I don't agree in abusing the system, but I also do not see how our nation is doing anything to help. There has been enough welfare reform for now, its time to focus on education so people can get good-paying jobs and not need welfare.
I don't know a democrat that doesn't believe in gun rights. The only ones that I do know of that don't want one in their house are people who have no experience with guns and/or have fear of access by children. But the majority of America regardless of party believe in the right to have a gun if they wanted it.
I believe in Jesus Christ. There may be diversity in the religions of this country, but its not fair for you to claim or insinuate liberals generally do not believe in Jesus. If you want to get technical about it, unless you are a Catholic, you have broken away from one of the oldest religions to follow a religion that preaches what you want to hear. Hard to pass judgment on those that are doing the same thing you are doing.
As far as free enterprise, most democrats sit on the boards of those very companies that have allowed republicans to get rich. Unfortunately, the republicans want to monopolize everything, which brings me to my next point.....I laugh when I hear republicans claim democrats are socialists when their own practices mock that of communism.
Gosh

Huntington, WV

#10 Apr 29, 2014
M Cremeans wrote:
It is amazing to me at how silly the liberals really are in your daily lives. You cannot see the forest for the trees. Real suckers who desire to live under a ruler.
The kettle calling the pot black if you will. I am sure your puppet masters get priceless entertainment while playing with you.
What ruler?
Ms Independent

Milton, WV

#11 Apr 29, 2014
I will also add that as long as there are people on welfare working minimum wage jobs, big rich companies (i.e. free market) will continue to take advantage of those tax incentives, which will then encourage those big businesses to pay low wages. Walmart has supported the GOP since at least 2000. Odd, wouldn't you say?
SavageNation

Cameron, WV

#12 Apr 29, 2014
nohalgerg wrote:
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Yeah, we want to protects ourselves from bible- wielding conservatives who are gun happy and overly fearful of black president who they wrongly thing, wants to take them away.
And therein lies the problem, progressive liberals are more afraid of a man holding a Bible than radical Islam wanting to destroy us.
Gosh

Huntington, WV

#13 Apr 29, 2014
SavageNation wrote:
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And therein lies the problem, progressive liberals are more afraid of a man holding a Bible than radical Islam wanting to destroy us.
We have law enforcement and intelligence agencies to protect us against radical Islam. Who will protect us against radical Christianity? Both wish to force American's to bend to their will.
SavageNation

Cameron, WV

#14 Apr 29, 2014
Gosh wrote:
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We have law enforcement and intelligence agencies to protect us against radical Islam. Who will protect us against radical Christianity? Both wish to force American's to bend to their will.
Well, then who will protect us against left-wing extreme groups? According to FBI statistics, extreme left wing groups have been responsible for 24% of domestic terrorism (much more than bible-carrying Christians). Weather Underground, United Freedom Front, the Earth Liberation Front, among others are just a snapshot of left-wing extremists who have tried to force their will on Americans. I can provide you with a link that details the history of domestic terrorism if you would like, but you seem like a smart person and already know history.

Again, who will protect us against them?
Silent Majority

Stafford, VA

#15 Apr 29, 2014
Gosh wrote:
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We have law enforcement and intelligence agencies to protect us against radical Islam.
Like they did in Boston? Like they did on 9-11? Like they did in Benghazi? Hell, they let their own diplomats die in that one. You must live in a claymation world.
Gosh wrote:
<quoted text>Who will protect us against radical Christianity?
Lmao...You've heard of bombings by christian groups? Name them...

You obviously havent heard of the boko haram or you wouldnt make such a foolish statement.

In Egypt, Christains are being exterminated daily, out in the open...so are the Nigerians. 2600 killed in their homes so far by radical muslim sub-humans.

http://www.worthynews.com/12831-nigerian-chri...

http://m.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2013/May/Milit...

http://www.persecution.org/2013/05/14/70-of-c...
THE LAST WARRIOR POET

United States

#16 Apr 29, 2014
Who wants to meet up at the Culloden reservoir?
M Cremeans

Huntington, WV

#17 Apr 29, 2014
THE LAST WARRIOR POET wrote:
Who wants to meet up at the Culloden reservoir?
You will not find any liberals to meet you. They are shaking in their Barbie Boots.
badkins

Huntington, WV

#18 Apr 29, 2014
Silent Majority wrote:
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Like they did in Boston? Like they did on 9-11? Like they did in Benghazi? Hell, they let their own diplomats die in that one. You must live in a claymation world.
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Lmao...You've heard of bombings by christian groups? Name them...
You obviously havent heard of the boko haram or you wouldnt make such a foolish statement.
In Egypt, Christains are being exterminated daily, out in the open...so are the Nigerians. 2600 killed in their homes so far by radical muslim sub-humans.
http://www.worthynews.com/12831-nigerian-chri...
http://m.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2013/May/Milit...
http://www.persecution.org/2013/05/14/70-of-c...
Let's not act like the Muslim's have a monopoly on terrorist attacks or atrocities.
The IRA, Joseph Kony (The Lord's Salvation Army AKA Lord's Resistance Army), National Liberation Front of Tripura, Klu Klux Klan, Hutaree, Guido Fawkes and the failed Gunpowder Plot of 1605, the Crusades, and the NSCN. Bomb plot by Christian groups? Probably many if not most of any abortion clinic bombings.
badkins

Huntington, WV

#19 Apr 29, 2014
that post is not a jab at Christians, it's proof we can sit and point at any religion and find a radical sect in any religious group.

What is important to note about Silent Majority's post, is that they didn't mention what the actual problem is:

With all of this Internet snooping, communication monitoring, and legal overreach into our personal freedoms guaranteed us by the founders of this great nation, they find ways to be ineffective and inefficient.

I would argue furthermore that big government under the direction of George Bush and Barrack Obama has done more to limit and infringe on our freedoms and personal liberty than any domestic terror attack ever did.
gary

Minford, OH

#20 Apr 30, 2014
M Cremeans wrote:
It is amazing to me at how silly the liberals really are in your daily lives. You cannot see the forest for the trees. Real suckers who desire to live under a ruler.
The kettle calling the pot black if you will. I am sure your puppet masters get priceless entertainment while playing with you.
sounds like you already have the education, you just dont know how to use it properly.

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