This is what liberals do. They turn the situation around and claim you're a hater because you don't agree with them. They also claim you're a racist if you don't agree with Obama. I don't hate. Liberals hate and if you don't do as liberals say, they they really hate on you and call you a racist.
originally posted by: Char-Lee
originally posted by: Bilk22
a reply to: xuenchen
Liberals don't like themselves or pretty much anyone. Be nice if they all found a place they are happy with and move there.
That seems like a lot of hate, for a lot of people just because somebody stuck a label on them. I doubt anyone fits any lael precisely but i had to look up Liberal again just to see why you hate so much...I don't get it. Surely on this list you would be with and against some of each.
originally posted by: NonsensicalUserName
a reply to: intrepid
stalin and mao did what they did for a real reason.
Stalin and Mao turned agrarian, undeveloped countries, ripe for division/exploitation amongst the present/surviving empires at the time, and made them soverign industrialized powers.
originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: MarlinGrace
Wasn't Mao worse then Stalin?
Seen numbers of like 50 mill murdered by mao, maybe they were wrong
originally posted by: Aliensun
a reply to: xuenchen
Don't for a second assume that they are THAT unhappy with the current administration. The love it, but it isn't that progressive enough. They want to rebuild the US drastically in the way that Obama is heading and they are comfortable with the fact that he see fit to destroy it to get his and their desires. The plan just isn't proceeding quite as they had figured. --Meaning you will never see any of them in the streets.
According to the comprehensive survey, 69% of Solid Liberals are white, and 41% are under 40 years of age. They make up 15% of the general public and 17% of registered voters.
Almost unanimously they love President Barack Obama – 84% approve Obama's job performance, "with 51% approving very strongly."
originally posted by: Revelations29
a reply to: MarlinGrace
Do you have any proof that Stalin killed 20 million people? Really because the whole Stalin death number is anywhere from 10 million to a ridiculous 60 million. You can't just say 20 million because no one really knows for sure.
You are right these numbers aren't provable but to take that stance anything anyone says in this regard including Americas numbers are not. It's easy to say provide proof. I have only two sources, someone I know as a ex russian citizen who is a student of history and wiki they both have the same number. What is your source?
Most of the deaths were caused under the Bolsheviks (Zionists) anyway, under Lenin (Real name Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov) Gee, I wonder why he changed his name?
Zionist?? Really?? Source Please
I never said anything about the Federal Reserve in my post. I said Central Banks. And furthermore, why would the IMF answer to the Federal Reserve? They are separate entities but I'm probably missing something here. It would make more sense that the Federal Reserve now answers to the IMF considering the IMF has control of almost every central bank in the world.
Among all Americans, Obama is considered to be the worst president since World War II, according to a recent Quinnipiac poll.
Overall, 81% of Business
Conservatives and 72% of
Steadfast Conservatives say the phrase “often feel proud to be American” describes them well. These are by far the highest percentages across typology groups.
Smaller majorities of the
Faith and Family Left (59%),
Next Generation Left (56%)
and Young Outsiders (56%)
say they often feel a sense of pride in being American. However, Hard-Pressed Skeptics are divided – about as many say they often feel pride in being American
(51%) as do not (49%). And just 40% of Solid Liberals say they often feel pride in being American; 60% say that characterization does not fit them well.
Section 2: Views of the Nation, the Constitution and Government
The typology groups differ markedly in their attitudes about America’s future, its standing in the
world and the factors behind the nation’s success. The public generally is divided about the nation’s future: 49% think the country’s best years are behind us, while 44% say the best years lie ahead.
Pessimism about the country’s future is most prevalent among Steadfast Conservatives – fully 76% believe that “the country’s best years are behind us,” as do 59% of Business Conservatives. However, a negative outlook extends to the middle of the typology – 61% of Hard-Pressed Skeptics and 60% of Young Outsiders say the U.S. has already seen its best
By contrast, Solid Liberals and the Next Generation Left say the best is yet to come for the United States. Wide majorities of both groups (70% and 65%, respectively) say the country’s best years lie ahead. By a narrow margin, the Faith and Family Left also are more likely to say the best years are ahead (50%) than in the past (40%).
While there are divides in views over whether the country’s best years are in the past or future, large majorities of all groups see the U.S. as either one of the greatest countries in the world or the greatest country in the world.
Overall, 58% say the U.S. is one of the greatest countries in the world, along with some others; 28% say the U.S. stands above all other countries. Just 12% say there are other countries that are better than the U.S. Belief that the U.S. stands
alone in the world is most prevalent among Steadfast Conservatives, Business Conservatives and the Faith and Family Left. Though they see the country’s best years in the past, Steadfast Conservatives are as likely to say the U.S. stands above all other countries (46%) as say the U.S. is one of the greatest countries in the world, along with some others (46%).
Many Business Conservatives also say the U.S. stands alone as the best country (43%), though more (55%) say it is one of the greatest countries in the world, along with some others. Among the Democratically-oriented groups, the Faith and Family Left are the most likely to say the U.S. stands above all other countries: 39% say this, though a greater share (51%) says the U.S. is among the greatest countries.
Across all other groups, far more say the U.S. is one of several of the greatest countries in the world, rather than the one country standing above all others. For example, 67% of the Next Generation Left see the U.S. as one of the greatest countries, while 20% say it stands above all others.
The best post in the whole lot. Star from me.
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
Ir's not a matter of "liking" or loving the country...in fact, it's probably quite the opposite. It's a matter of looking around and seeing that things are not as good as they should be or could be. There's really not a lot to be "proud" of these days, is there?
Pride goeth before a fall...before destruction. Is false pride really something to strive for?