Are You Sick of Hearing about Civility?
Hmmm

Jacksonville, FL

#21 Feb 1, 2011
Balthezar wrote:
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Okay Mr. Logic, I am sure they exist somewhere.
People can smile to your face, speak in a normal tone all the while twisting a knife in your back. Don't be fooled.

“Just Add Obama ”

Since: Mar 08

Jacksonville Florida

#22 Feb 1, 2011
Balthezar wrote:
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Okay Mr. Logic, I am sure they exist somewhere.
Glad to see you have the moral honesty to admit they do exist (extreme lefties) and if the method you use the same logic to define people on both sides of the agreement taking out of the equation there position on the issue you might find them more often.

Again, I believe the entire agreement as we are having it here in the United States is pure Bravo Sierra. I mean seriously we call each other names and that is uncivil. Hello, uncivil is what is happening in several countries in Africa where you comment violence or even kill those to whom you disagree with.
wrongwrongwrong

Hollywood, FL

#23 Feb 1, 2011
SeaBass wrote:
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Well said. I'm sure the British told the angry Colonists to be more civil as well. This country was NOT founded on civility and it will NOT be taken back by civility!
Take back from whom??

Holy shite did I miss an invasion from a foreign power?? Did we get re-colonized overnight???

Your choice of words shows your true colors - when you speak of taking "our" country "back" you've implied that you've lost it. You didn't. You lost an election. And over 50% of Americans put Obama in office.

So from whom do we need to wrest the country from?
And why?

Since: Jan 11

Jacksonville, Florida

#24 Feb 1, 2011
wrongwrongwrong wrote:
<quoted text>Take back from whom??

Holy shite did I miss an invasion from a foreign power?? Did we get re-colonized overnight???

Your choice of words shows your true colors - when you speak of taking "our" country "back" you've implied that you've lost it. You didn't. You lost an election. And over 50% of Americans put Obama in office.

So from whom do we need to wrest the country from?
And why?
Bingo!

Since: Jan 08

La Quinta, CA

#25 Feb 1, 2011
wrongwrongwrong wrote:
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Take back from whom??
Holy shite did I miss an invasion from a foreign power?? Did we get re-colonized overnight???
Your choice of words shows your true colors - when you speak of taking "our" country "back" you've implied that you've lost it. You didn't. You lost an election. And over 50% of Americans put Obama in office.
So from whom do we need to wrest the country from?
And why?
Yes, we have lost it....we've lost it to limp-wristed Progressives who care nothing about OUR heritage, OUR Constitution, and OUR way of life. The Soros-bought shills infested our Congress, our courts, and finally our Presidency.

The good news is that America woke from it's Marxist slumber and parked one right up Barry's already-sh*full rear end last November. The next step is to clean the rest of the vermin out of Congress and the White House.

I have to give Obama credit where credit is due - he's shown the people who love this country exactly who the enemy is. Yes, Progressives ARE the enemy and will be treated as such. If it takes a civil war to remove this cancer, then I welcome it. How's that for civility you politically-correct pussies?

Since: Jan 11

Jacksonville, Florida

#26 Feb 1, 2011
SeaBass wrote:
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Yes, we have lost it....we've lost it to limp-wristed Progressives who care nothing about OUR heritage, OUR Constitution, and OUR way of life. The Soros-bought shills infested our Congress, our courts, and finally our Presidency.
The good news is that America woke from it's Marxist slumber and parked one right up Barry's already-sh*full rear end last November. The next step is to clean the rest of the vermin out of Congress and the White House.
I have to give Obama credit where credit is due - he's shown the people who love this country exactly who the enemy is. Yes, Progressives ARE the enemy and will be treated as such. If it takes a civil war to remove this cancer, then I welcome it. How's that for civility you politically-correct pussies?
Threats of civil war should not be thrown about so loosely in this country. The last one was an unprecedented bloodbath,wiping out an entire generation of young men ( no wonder Walt Whitman was so upset about it:)

Since: Jan 08

La Quinta, CA

#27 Feb 2, 2011
Balthezar wrote:
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Threats of civil war should not be thrown about so loosely in this country. The last one was an unprecedented bloodbath,wiping out an entire generation of young men ( no wonder Walt Whitman was so upset about it:)
Yes it was....and absolutely necessary.

“Liberals are insane.”

Since: Jan 10

Jacksonville, FL

#28 Feb 2, 2011
wrongwrongwrong wrote:
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Take back from whom??
Holy shite did I miss an invasion from a foreign power?? Did we get re-colonized overnight???
Your choice of words shows your true colors - when you speak of taking "our" country "back" you've implied that you've lost it. You didn't. You lost an election. And over 50% of Americans put Obama in office.
So from whom do we need to wrest the country from?
And why?
What rock have you been under?
Our country has been in a subversive civil war for years.
How do you think things got to this point?

Since: Jan 11

Jacksonville, Florida

#29 Feb 2, 2011
Sinister Oculus wrote:
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What rock have you been under?
Our country has been in a subversive civil war for years.
How do you think things got to this point?
The rock that I've been under is the one featured in the most recent Geico commercial. It is easily removable and does not impede my view.

“Just Add Obama ”

Since: Mar 08

Jacksonville Florida

#30 Feb 2, 2011
Balthezar wrote:
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Threats of civil war should not be thrown about so loosely in this country. The last one was an unprecedented bloodbath,wiping out an entire generation of young men ( no wonder Walt Whitman was so upset about it:)
Every two years “We the People” have the opportunity to replace roughly 87% of our Federal Government. It is one of the reason I believe that a quote-n-quote bring ot arms civil war is not needed. Is there a societal war on what “We the People” what the government to do, most definitely? Unlike the vast majority of the people in the world today,“We the People” of these United States can Over Turn our Government Ever Two Years so if it ever comes to a armed civil war again then it is only the fault of “We the People”

Since: Jan 11

Jacksonville, Florida

#31 Feb 2, 2011
SeaBass wrote:
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Yes it was....and absolutely necessary.
Agreed. Such a split would have greatly weakened our nation as a whole. Had the new southern nation survived, plutocracy, theocracy and racism would have been enshrined by it's government.
Hmmm

Jacksonville, FL

#32 Feb 2, 2011
Mr Logic in Jax wrote:
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Every two years “We the People” have the opportunity to replace roughly 87% of our Federal Government. It is one of the reason I believe that a quote-n-quote bring ot arms civil war is not needed. Is there a societal war on what “We the People” what the government to do, most definitely? Unlike the vast majority of the people in the world today,“We the People” of these United States can Over Turn our Government Ever Two Years so if it ever comes to a armed civil war again then it is only the fault of “We the People”
Choosing the lessor of the evils isn't really a viable option for the American people. Your view about politics looks good on paper only.

“Just Add Obama ”

Since: Mar 08

Jacksonville Florida

#33 Feb 2, 2011
Hmmm wrote:
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Choosing the lessor of the evils isn't really a viable option for the American people. Your view about politics looks good on paper only.
Good point, granted there can be more than two choices during elections if a candidate chooses to run.

Here a point to think about, as mentioned “We the People” have the opportunity to replace roughly 87% of our Federal Government every two years, yet rarely do we replace more than 10% to 15%. Yet the same people that send back the same representatives back to Washington every two years are not going to make any effort to change the government, yes many of them talk about “civil war” and other B.S. but the bottom line there are going to do nothing, IMHO. We saw what could end up being a small change this past November, we will see how much was changed in the next couple of months. One last point, not that blood in the streets can not solve the problems of government in some cases, but how often do those type of government changes actually have long term solutions?
wrongwrongwrong

Hollywood, FL

#34 Feb 2, 2011
SeaBass wrote:
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Yes, we have lost it....we've lost it to limp-wristed Progressives who care nothing about OUR heritage, OUR Constitution, and OUR way of life. The Soros-bought shills infested our Congress, our courts, and finally our Presidency.
The good news is that America woke from it's Marxist slumber and parked one right up Barry's already-sh*full rear end last November. The next step is to clean the rest of the vermin out of Congress and the White House.
I have to give Obama credit where credit is due - he's shown the people who love this country exactly who the enemy is. Yes, Progressives ARE the enemy and will be treated as such. If it takes a civil war to remove this cancer, then I welcome it. How's that for civility you politically-correct pussies?
So the over 50% of Americans who voted in 2008 are who you want to take the country "back" from?

Interesting. It seems as though many conservatives, such as yourself (I'm assuming; please feel free to correct me with whatever vulgar language you need) and Sarah Palin, are all about America and Americans (who think just like you) and the rest of us...what? Are the enemy?

Isn't part of what makes America so special that we can agree to disagree? But no, not in this political climate. Obviously liberals ("progressives") aren't true Americans...right?

Since: Jan 08

La Quinta, CA

#35 Feb 2, 2011
wrongwrongwrong wrote:
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So the over 50% of Americans who voted in 2008 are who you want to take the country "back" from?
Interesting. It seems as though many conservatives, such as yourself (I'm assuming; please feel free to correct me with whatever vulgar language you need) and Sarah Palin, are all about America and Americans (who think just like you) and the rest of us...what? Are the enemy?
Isn't part of what makes America so special that we can agree to disagree? But no, not in this political climate. Obviously liberals ("progressives") aren't true Americans...right?
Anyone who turns their back on this country, its heritage, and its Constitution are the enemy. Progressives (not all liberals mind you) meet that criteria.

We can agree to disagree but when those progressive ideals are forced on me and my family (Obamacare, gun control, Gov intrustion, etc.), it becomes a different situation and civility should be tossed out the door.

The 2008 elections were a mistake and most everyone knows that at this point. Smaller Government, less intrusion, more freedom....that's what I and millions of others want.
nochitswell

United States

#36 Feb 2, 2011
noshellswill wrote:
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Majority rule does **not** assure anything, except that the minority will not oppress the majority. That is the **only** certain virtue.
American republican law provides one extra protection ... namely that the majority may **vote** on only a limited number of explicitly defined issues. On those issues the gub'mnt gun-barrel may be employed on the side of majority/minority etc whatever the law says. On all other issues vigilante justice only may be applied.
Yes of-course ... the majority very well **may** decide to allow rape of all females ... at least more people do better than do worse, eh ? Of-course the females in that culture are likely to evolve into a very independent & frisky set of man-killaz. Yep sometimes Darwin gets it right !
The **rule** is simple. If you don't agree with the majority rule, then just leave. Argument from **special tooth-fairy assigned privileged ** is not allowed.
Reading your post, I was reminded of the old Arabic adage, "If one person calls you an (inappropriate term),(donkey) don't let it bother you. If two, well maybe. If three, buy yourself a saddle. You are an (inappropriate term).(donkey). So, I was wondering, could you post some photos of your saddle collection? I'd bet you have enough to make a cavalry movie.
noshellswill

Saint Augustine, FL

#37 Feb 2, 2011
wrongwrongwrong wrote:
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Take back from whom??
Holy shite did I miss an invasion from a foreign power?? Did we get re-colonized overnight???
Your choice of words shows your true colors - when you speak of taking "our" country "back" you've implied that you've lost it. You didn't. You lost an election. And over 50% of Americans put Obama in office.
So from whom do we need to wrest the country from?
And why?
Obama.nation is a creature of cosmopolitan globalist G. Soros. Soros and his cosmopolitan pals **manufactured** Obama.nation. He identified, trained, storied, financed and covered for Obama.nation. Took a feckin-A Indonesian street-pimp for federal monies and turned him into POTUS. Soros influence is just one-step away from narco.Mex border_jumpers determining an election result.

But, Soros helped **that** happen as much as possible. The term "lost" is quite properly used ... whenever cosmopolitan globalists put their shiit covered paws on anything.

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#38 Feb 2, 2011
SeaBass wrote:
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Well said. I'm sure the British told the angry Colonists to be more civil as well. This country was NOT founded on civility and it will NOT be taken back by civility!
Yes, our country will be taken back by civility. It is called "voting".
noshellswill

Saint Augustine, FL

#39 Feb 2, 2011
Spitshine wrote:
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Yes, our country will be taken back by civility. It is called "voting".
A corrupted and corrupting Federal Judiciary undermines that recursively legal behavior. The Fed Courts tyrannous and ongoing takeover of local school districts makes a good (horrific) example. Thought-crime (hate, affirmative action ...) laws are another.

I'm not proving, but suggesting that legal-recision(cutting)**may** not be possible. The cosmopolitan Stalinists have done-deeds-dirty.

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#40 Feb 2, 2011
noshellswill wrote:
<quoted text>A corrupted and corrupting Federal Judiciary undermines that recursively legal behavior. The Fed Courts tyrannous and ongoing takeover of local school districts makes a good (horrific) example. Thought-crime (hate, affirmative action ...) laws are another.

I'm not proving, but suggesting that legal-recision(cutting)**may** not be possible. The cosmopolitan Stalinists have done-deeds-dirty.
Not here but maybe in your old home, the former USSR.

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