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Originally posted by indano
You assume that I am wrong when I say Bush is a moron.
Originally posted by BeefotronX
I believe that Majic's point was that if Bush IS a moron, then that makes the Democrats incredibly pathetic because they're so incompetent that they're losing to a moron, and thus the argument that Bush is a moron doesn't automatically make the opposition party a better choice.
Originally posted by Majic
It is inherently wrong, and in fact, cannot even be logically right.
If you are right, and Bush is a moron, then his opponents were defeated by a moron. To vote for someone stupid enough to lose to a moron is to vote for someone stupider than a moron.
If you are wrong, then you are lying about this man, slandering him falsely. That would make you a liar, and if you lie to me about one thing, you'll sure as hell lie to me about anything else you want to lie about.
I recommend giving some more thought to the matter.
Originally posted by FlyersFan
Originally posted by crisko
Wrong, only Texas can leave the Union leagally.
That's up for debate. It was, and still is, being debated.
From what I've read, I DO think states have a right to leave.
But this is a topic for a different thread ... perhaps I'll start it.
There had to be a specific constitutional prohibition on secession for it to be illegal. Conversely, there did not have to be a specific constitutional affirmation of the right of secession for it to be legal. Why? Because the 10th Amendment to the United States Constitution states:
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
Originally posted by Heartagram
Whatever the matter is,isn't democrats and republicans suppose to have a same view point which is an equal society for all?
Anyways,I'm don't really understand the difference between a democrat and republican.All I know is Bush is a republican.Anyone can share with me what's their difference?I would really like to know about these stuffs though.