Skip to comments.Why Liberals Are Bad
Posted on 12/07/2005 11:36:23 AM PST by David9493A
American Liberalism Has gone off the deep end since the 1960's
A more reasoned article about this phenomenon was written by James Pierson and was entitled "Punitive Liberalism".
Why not post the article for us to comment?
Go on, you can do it!
Could be 'e's trollin' for 'its.
We are not dealing with rational Democrats of pre 1960's we are dealing with liberal Democrats. Liberal Democrats are one of Americas worst enemies because they believe and do things like:
This is the enemy. This enemy is very strong, very organized, and well funded. The enemy gets its strength from groups such as: Moveon.org, the ACLU, the national media, The Democrat National Committee, Hollywood elites, greedy trial lawyers, and big labor union bosses just to name a few.
The enemy has absolutely no tolerance for any other views they believe if you are conservative you are evil! It is only together that we can defeat these people and make greatest nation the world has ever known even better so you and your family can have peace and prosperity.
David- you were right the first time - post them in Bloggers & Personal, not in News/Activism.
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For example, they are obsessed with stuff like over population. That drives them to decide that abortion and homosexuality are virtues that must be promoted. Their obsession with the environment added to the population issue, and they have to protect resources, worry about recycling and junk like that. Their naturalism philosophies lead them to elevate the value of animals and other weird stuff. God is the enemy of everything they stand for, so they must purge him from the world. Equality (of sorts) is important to them -- though their philosophies leave them with no reason why -- but they mean equality of outcomes, not opportunity. Even when they do apply equality to opportunity (and never without also expecting equal outcomes), they misapply it by eliminating the personal responsibility aspect.
I guess whoever wrote this has changed positions on that recently.
Fellow needs a good editor or at least a proof-reader.
So do you.
The word "proofreader" is not hyphenated.
: ^ )
Radicals trained directly by the KGB while they were in Cuba came back to the US, were not arrested, and went on to become the looney left. Horowitz has an execellent summary at his site.
"This is the enemy. This enemy is very strong, very organized, and well funded. The enemy gets its strength from groups such as: Moveon.org, the ACLU, the national media, The Democrat National Committee, Hollywood elites, greedy trial lawyers, and big labor union bosses just to name a few."
Don't forget megalomaniacal anti-American George Soros who funds moveon.org and other subversive entities, and who owns the Democrat party.
America's domestic enemies are not strong enough. These destructive leftovers are loud but puny compared to an informed and courageous citizenry!
Actually, according to The American Heritage Dictionary,
proof·read Audio pronunciation of "proof-reader" ( P ) Pronunciation Key (prfrd) v. proof·read, (-rd) proof·read·ing, proof·reads v. tr.
To read (copy or proof) in order to find errors and mark corrections.
To read copy or proof for purposes of error detection and correction.
[Download Now or Buy the Book] Source: The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition Copyright © 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.
proof-reader n : someone who reads proof in order to find errors and mark corrections [syn: reader]
I don't want to talk to you no more, you empty headed animal food trough wiper. I fart in your general direction. Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.
Now go away before I taunt you a second time.
Google the word "proofreader".
Then Google the word "proof-reader".
Why are all the hits for the unhyphenated version or the two word version "proof reader"?
On the other hand, anybody who quotes from Monty Python and the Holy Grail is okay in my book.
Besides, if I argue with you, I *must* take up a contrary position!
I'm sure the un-hyphened usage is more common.
Yes, you *must*. LOL
Let's leave anal-retentive alone, okay?
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