It's ludicrous that we're even discussing this.
Just 20 years ago - and for the previous million years or so - it wasn't even a topic because it was absurd.
The thing is concocted out of whole cloth.
There are lots of underlying reasons for this being done right now, but one fact remains clear: this has NEVER been tolerated, much less the norm, in any human society of note.
If there were one or two that did, they died out in a generation.
Two of the same don't have what it takes to make more. Evolution will do the rest.
posted on 11/18/2008 4:15:05 PM PST
(Welcome to Zimbabwe)
Just for historical reference.... in every revolution the world has ever experienced, who were the ones who got killed first.
2) Free thinkers ( not to be confused with freedom thinkers)
3) intellectuals. (generally the pseudo intellectuals, not the genuinely smart people)
posted on 11/18/2008 4:46:11 PM PST
(Those who live by the sword risk being shot by those who dont.)
Ah, but then there has never been such a concerted, albeit it gradual, effort to instill socialist/communist govt and society in the US. This IS the goal, and it will be achieved by eliminating moral codes and values. Think about it, a moral society exists and is successful due to what it promotes, self reliance, self improvement, self achievement, self discipline, religious freedom and belief, small government, no need for social programs because of all these values, all the things that a free society propagates, and communism hates. Why? BIG Government! Everyone eventually reliant on govt, and govt growing by the day because of it. Power.
This is why the left is so intent on destroying values, families, churches, anything that keeps the masses in charge of their own lives and futures. I am no conspiracy theorist, this as all very plain to see. Look into any socialist or communist country, and you see the lack of all those freedoms, and the huge government with most people reliant on them.
posted on 11/18/2008 7:15:23 PM PST
(Duncan Hunter-Valley Forge Republican!)
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