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Conservatives: Do you still support The Bush Administration?

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posted on Jan, 19 2004 @ 08:56 AM
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Colonel! Is everything black and white to you. Why does there have to be a good and and evil?




posted on Jan, 19 2004 @ 10:22 PM
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Originally posted by joehayner
Colonel! Is everything black and white to you. Why does there have to be a good and and evil?


Because that's what what the world is faced with! Evil in the guise of the republicans and their greed, selfishness, and inhumane hard heartedness and the good in the guise of the democrat trying to help his fellow man.

[Edited on 19-1-2004 by Colonel]



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 01:15 AM
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Originally posted by Colonel
No, you get a clue, NAZI! How many black/Latinos live in Vermont if you knw so much!


The state is 96% white.

Second only to Maine which is 98% white.

Jeez, you guys should come to Scotland, there's no such thing as black people over here. :shk:



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 08:24 AM
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Because that's what what the world is faced with! Evil in the guise of the republicans and their greed, selfishness, and inhumane hard heartedness and the good in the guise of the democrat trying to help his fellow man.

By generally raising taxes and increasing the size of the government? How the hell does that help? Greedy, selfish and inhumane; those are not just traits of republicans, those are traits of human beings! How can you be so sure you're on the right side? What if you're being fooled by propaganda, and you just haven't realized it? Don't you ever question yourself, do you ever have doubts? Or are you just a sheep that follows the crowd?



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 10:24 AM
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Originally posted by joehayner

By generally raising taxes and increasing the size of the government? How the hell does that help? Greedy, selfish and inhumane; those are not just traits of republicans, those are traits of human beings! How can you be so sure you're on the right side? What if you're being fooled by propaganda, and you just haven't realized it? Don't you ever question yourself, do you ever have doubts? Or are you just a sheep that follows the crowd?


Look at how fear of the hellfire grips this one. He's getting hysterical! Now, he wants me to join him in denial of the hell that awaits him.

Well, you can forget it! Get ready for the barbecue, Joe. You're the one gonna be served!



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 10:33 AM
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I'm not denying it.(I know, I know, don't even...)

I'm just not sure. I'm definatly not fearing anything. To live your life in fear of something you cannot be sure of is my definition of hell. I don't know if this is my only life, or if I get another, but I will not make it into a hell.

Now that you've dodged and danced your way around me, try actually answering me, or at least thinking about it. I don't ask you to join me or be like me. I just want to know if you ever have doubts. I thought all intelligent people had doubts.

And Colonel, when you meet me in hell, I'll be the one drinking Jack and playing cards with Hitler, Malcom X, and the Prince himself. You're welcome to join us.

I'll save a spot for you.

Oh, yeah...I like BBQ.



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 10:51 AM
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Originally posted by joehayner
I'm not denying it.(I know, I know, don't even...)

I'm just not sure. I'm definatly not fearing anything. To live your life in fear of something you cannot be sure of is my definition of hell. I don't know if this is my only life, or if I get another, but I will not make it into a hell.

Now that you've dodged and danced your way around me, try actually answering me, or at least thinking about it. I don't ask you to join me or be like me. I just want to know if you ever have doubts. I thought all intelligent people had doubts.

And Colonel, when you meet me in hell, I'll be the one drinking Jack and playing cards with Hitler, Malcom X, and the Prince himself. You're welcome to join us.

I'll save a spot for you.

Oh, yeah...I like BBQ.


No, I don't doubt if yuo must ask. I had a certain experience that removed all doubt.



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 11:04 AM
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Oh, you're one of those. Was it an NDE? Or a close friend? I swear, I'm the only person I know who is untrusting and uncertain of himself as I would be to someone if they put a gun to my head and said "I'm here to help you". I had a 'sort of' NDE myself, but it only reassured me that drunk drivers are idiots.

Colonel, you are one of the most confusing people I know of. You must be my polar opposite or something.



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 11:07 AM
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Originally posted by joehayner
Oh, you're one of those. Was it an NDE? Or a close friend?


Nope. I'm not from the South. I don't see UFOs and I was never abducted.



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 11:09 AM
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You don't have to be from the south, believe in UFO's or aliens to have an NDE.(near death experience)

Lot's of people have them. Wait...You're not a 'born-again christian' are you?



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 11:11 AM
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Originally posted by joehayner
You don't have to be from the south, believe in UFO's or aliens to have an NDE.(near death experience)

Lot's of people have them. Wait...You're not a 'born-again christian' are you?



No.



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 11:19 AM
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Well, I'm miffed.(yes miffed)

I can't see what else could create such a faith that bleeds over into politics so easily. That's why I don't like nations with one religion. Hatred boils over into violence and chaos. Take a look at the middle east, at beggining America, at Europe durring the Crusades. Faith and politics are like mixing laundry detergent and Gasoiline. It makes napalm, and it only takes one spark to create a fire that is virtually impossible to put out. You have to let it burn out by itself, and that takes a long time.



posted on Jan, 20 2004 @ 05:59 PM
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Did I vote for Bush initially? No. I only voted for the dude once it came down to him and Gore.

Have I always been a conservative? No. I was a liberal for most of my life. Then I got married, bought a busniess and had a child.

I support the Bush administration as much as I did after 9/11.

Saddman is gone. Osama is hiding like a rat, and his organization is in shambles. Though not enough, border security has tightened up. The economy is starting to pick back up. And in the future, I see Saudi Arabia paying the price for their role in al-Qaeda's attacks against us in 2001.



posted on Jan, 21 2004 @ 12:49 PM
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I don't trust them one bit.

I come from Canada where almost everyone is liberal, or at least thats what the media portrays.

I started to clam up once I started questioning our "notwithstanding" clause in our bill of rights that was only created in 87? i think.

I met a man who knew more then me, and educated me on left vs right.

I became a conservative because I thought was the more logical side. And till this day I believe it to be so.
I believed the conservative people valued freedom more the lefties.

Lefties always wanted to tax more, blame rich people for being too rich, take freedoms away as shown in canada, and monitor you more because they are socialists.

But then I started reading between the lines...

That's when I fell into the rabbit hole.

Noticed all this conspiracy theory, searched for evidence, looked upon a long line of politicians who mysteriously knew eachother from along line down,
started studying mysterious deaths, and so on.

NO, I don't see myself as a bushman. He seemed straight in the beginning when I was still naive.

Now he's getting more sloppy, and the lefties are showing their true colors as well.

I would vote for the people's party.

What ever happened to government decentralized powers?

I thought it was law before to make sure the power stayed within the people?

People just voluntarily gave it up? Bullocks.
Maybe they just never had it in their hands like made out to be.

I'm a middle man stuck between a bunch of lies, and i'm getting smushed.



posted on Jan, 22 2004 @ 10:57 AM
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I thought it was law before to make sure the power stayed within the people?

People just voluntarily gave it up? Bullocks.
Maybe they just never had it in their hands like made out to be.

It never was in the hands of the people. The people have always been used as pawns for what was known at the time as "the Aristocracy of Talent". It's never been a land of the free, though that's what it is supposed to be. It's just another fancy way for the rich to stay rich.(republicans and democrats) Ever notice any average people in high office? Any that do not have a very comfortable living. Being wealthy is a prerequsite to being elected, but they don't teach that one in school.



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