posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 07:01 PM
The question is not "who did this $$$ come from", and thereby cast judgment; the question is was this money from people who had a right to donate?
Unlike many, RP tell us the good , the bad, and the ugly.
But do you want a president that allows everybody to participate, or only those that enough people approve of? You see, here is where we have to make
a decision between electing someone that acts and does the same thing all the time, or someone who has the backbone to do what's right for all the
diversity that is America?
This is the lie that is modern American politics; the refusal to represent ALL of the people, no matter what they believe or espouse. Is the agenda of
these people - US citizens - any less significant than those who oppose abortion? same sex marriage? immigration? tax reform? whatever? Do they not
have the same right to seek representation in the American political system as any other group?
NO, I personally do NOT agree with the ideals they espouse. But I have defended this nation for them to have te right to express their position. Why
then would I want a president that felt that their position was unworthy of consideration? (To consider something is NOT the same thing as
Have we come to the point of political correctness that we decide who is muzzled in the political arena? That we decide who has a right to contribute
to the process, and who does not? Are we at the point where a supposed free society restricts the voices we would rather not hear?
NO! Resoundingly I say the word. I have no part with these people, I abhor their very premise, but they have an equal right to be a part of the
political process as any of us.
Once you start down the slippery slope of deciding who can be a part of the electorial process, you are well on your way to exactly what is wrong in
America now. This new idea of political correctness is just a new variant of the "Jim Crow" laws of the first half of the 20th century.
Please, think long and carefully about how you evaluate information.
[edit on 19-12-2007 by NGC2736]