posted on Sep, 23 2015 @ 12:45 PM
a reply to: Ceeker63
Without giving the majority a voice
Everyone has a voice. What we should not be concerned with is what the majority wants. That is mob rule and is not how this country works. This is a
republic, not a democracy.
I believe that with her opposition to the XL pipeline she has lost the presidency because I believe the common everyday people of America have seen
her true colors.
The common, everyday Americans have a wide variety of opinions on this issue. Many even agree with her.
I for one would never vote for a Democrat because no liberal idea has ever worked.
You're welcome to vote for whomever you wish, but to say no liberal idea has ever worked is absurd.
Nor do the Democrats support the military in any fashion.
There are many democrats that have served or are serving in the military. It's quite disrespectful to those that defend this country, yet do not share
the same political beliefs as you.
I saw this first hand while serving 22 years in the Coast Guard. This post is all my own opinion.
That's a logical fallacy, but oh well.
Overall, your post is hyperbolic, full of right-wing rhetoric and I fail to see what was your exact point in posting it. Was it to discuss Clinton's
stance on the pipeline issue, or were you just looking for any story that would allow you to vent your anti-Left nonsense?