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Originally posted by CoffeeMonster
im pretty sure to whoever pays attention to american politics, and is not an american citizen, would agree that liberals > conservatives.
Liberals want to be seen as proud americans who are just, while conservatives want to have guns and richer rich people.
Originally posted by ViperChili
Originally posted by thorazineshuffle
reply to post by don rumsfeld
And please for the love of God, please take the bitches from the view!
Lets also add everyone who is on, and in charge of MTV and VH1.
In the United States, it's liberal/conservative. Once they separate us, it becomes that much easier for them to take over.
In the United States, it's liberal. Once they eradicate them, it becomes that much easier for them to take over.
Congratulations on contributing to the problem
Originally posted by Realms
I say let them split, and when they fail ( because liberals are not champions of smaller government, and all within the new borders will work for their alleged new utopia) they will come back asking for hand outs like the true liberals they are!
take the bear off of the state flag and replace it with a sloth.
Who gets the "good" half?
As a former teacher in Tucson Unified School District’s hotly debated ethnic studies department, I submit my perspective for the public’s consideration. During the 2002-2003 school year, I taught a U.S. history course with a Mexican-American perspective. The course was part of the Raza/Chicano studies department.
Within one week of the course beginning, I was told that I was a “teacher of record,” meaning that I was expected only to assign grades. The Raza studies department staff would teach the class. I was assigned to be a “teacher of record” because some members of the Raza studies staff lacked teaching certificates. It was a convenient way of circumventing the rules. Topics: Illegal Immigration, Tucson Unified School District, ethnic studies department, U.S. history course, Mexican-American perspective, Raza/Chicano studies department, teacher of record, Raza studies staff, lacked teaching certificates, circumvent rules, biased curriculum, Aztlan, Arizona taxpayers, U.S. House of Representatives, American sovereignty, Arizona.
The basic theme of the curriculum was that Mexican-Americans were and continue to be victims of a racist American society driven by the interests of middle and upper-class whites. In this narrative, whites are able to maintain their influence only if minorities are held down. Thus, social, political and economic events in America must be understood through this lens. This biased and sole paradigm justified teaching that our community police officers are an extension of the white power structure and that they are the strongmen used “to keep minorities in their ghettos.”
When I raised these concerns, I was told that I was a “racist,” despite being Hispanic. Acknowledging my heritage, the Raza studies staff also informed me that I was a vendido, the Spanish term for “sellout.”
Their teaching our kids this Crap.
“Where we now stand is stolen, occupied Mexico”
…La Raza rally at UCLA….More gems: ‘Communist Revolution’, ‘Frail, racist white people’, ‘La Raza’ (the Race), Fidel Castro, ‘Northern Front of Latin Revolution’…”40 million…revolutionaries…in the belly of the beast”. “Our enemy is Capitalism and Imperialism”. Sedition anyone? StandWithArizona.com...
We are revolutionary Mexican organization here. We understand that this is not just about Mexico. Its about a global struggle against imperialism and capitalism At the forefront of this revolutionary movement is La Raza. We will no longer fall for these lies called borders. We see America as a northern front of a revolutionary movement Our enemy is capitalism and imperialism. Ron Gochez is NOT a professor at UCLA. Gochez is currently a HISTORY teacher (yikes) at Santee H.S. in Los Angeles. Here is his H.S.: www.santeefalcons.org... Phone: (213) 763-1000 Los Angeles Unified School District Tel: 213-241-7000
Originally posted by drwizardphd
To all the posters saying "round up all the liberals" or "round up all the conservatives"...
I can only hope that in time you will grow to realize exactly how ignorant your statements are, and how much you are mirroring the attitudes of populations on the decline to fascism.
First comes the division. In the United States, it's liberal/conservative. Once they separate us, it becomes that much easier for them to take over.
Unfortunately for us, the process has already started in this once-great country.
Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
reply to post by OptimusSubprime
I'm Not a liberal. But I am fed up with working and paying taxes. You may ask but how will things get done? Who will run the services?
We could have a new system. Or perhaps an old system, the barter system.It doesn't matter. Point is there are thousands of ways to govern a people or have the people govern themselves. It doesn't have to be this work for pay then pay taxes silly idea that thwarts creativity and serves to keep you down and make the rich richer.
I say, let em have their state and lets see what they can do with it.