posted on Oct, 14 2008 @ 09:26 AM
...with that said, i see no conflict... except when it comes to your ego. To be so hypersensitive is the detouring factor here. Please leave your
baggage at the door. If you look at what i am saying more objectively and less defensively, then maybe something new could be learned. Maybe most
importantly for you to re-examine how being "conservative" is a benefit to the country... versus getting hung up on feelings on the matter. I am
more interested in thoughts on this matter.
What i see is a large part of our populous needs to be exposed to more accurate/reliable/relevant information, in order to make better choices. The
masses of simpletons and sheeple of this country have taken us way off course and no this is not solely a one party or the other problem, but i think
it's safe to say that we have one of the two dragging us all down.
With regard to making such generalizations, there happens to be accuracy here. To deny this, is to deny that the Republican party has a problem... a
problem we all have had to endure, whether aware of it or not... a problem they insist on sharing with all of us... in every facet of our lives.
As our forefathers have prescribed, we should have separation of "church and state"... but as we can see the "church" found a big loop-hole it's
called a lobby. i.e. Christian Coalition and AICPAC
[edit on 14-10-2008 by The All Seeing I]