posted on Apr, 8 2012 @ 06:40 AM
Originally posted by seabag
1) Homosexuality and Muslims - Devote Muslims kill homosexuals for being homosexual (fact). Yet, liberals support both the Homosexual agenda in
America as well as Muslim Sharia Law. What gives?
Murder is murder is murder. There is nothing wrong with a cultural court to settle cultural issues in their own communities as long as they are not
being used to supercede or circumvent the greater laws and laws of society as a whole. Or enforcing a cultural belief on someone that does not share
that belief i.e. it would be improper for a sharia court to have anything to do with a case involving a non-muslim and a practicing muslim.This is
easy because it saves a burden on the court system with BS cases that are easily settled.
Homosexual marriage, from the dawn of time there have been homosexuals. At the end of time there will be homosexuals. So given this why would you see
it as ethical to not give a homosexual couple the same rights as a hetrosexual couple that is willing to make the same level of commitment to each
other? It makes no sense at all if you believe all citizens are to be treated equally, it makes even less sense from an economic perspective.
2) Racism – (Hot topic these days…I know…I will tread lightly) It seems liberals keep the term “racists” alive. Why are vocal black
democrats given praise by the left (Sharpton, Jackson, Rangel, Shiela Jackson Lee, etc) while vocal black conservatives (Clarence Thomas, Alan West,
Herman Cain, etc) called names by the left?
I don't particularly care for Sharpton's or Jackson's politics, personally I think Bill Cosby has a far better view of what is wrong in many black
communities. But they are not entirely wrong in many regards, and the system has done a great deal to ensure that blacks have a disadvantage. As to
your conservative list what names exactly have they been called based on their race and not on their positions or actions?
Also, why do liberals continue to promote social programs that enslave blacks at poverty level? Left policies have NEVER led to black prosperity
(Chicago, Detroit, ALL of California, etc are good examples) yet they get the majority of the black vote. What does the left offer that should inspire
black Americans and keep their vote? I think the tide is turning, by the way. This video is a good illustration of what I’ve said.
There are more white people on social programs than there are black. Social programs come down to basically one principle. That the greatness of
society will be judged in posterity by how well it treated the least of it's citizens. Unfortunately as with everything else the way our social
programs are designed to keep people in a cycle of dependence on them instead of giving them a means of upward mobility and are in need of refinement.
3) Pro Women yet Anti Conservative Women – Liberals say they’re for women’s rights yet they destroyed Sarah Palin and her family in 2008.
Liberals love Hillary but what did they have to say about Condoleezza?? Have liberals ever denounced all of the chauvinist remarks about
It isn't about being Anti Conservative Women. It is being Anti-Stupid women in the case of Palin and Bachmann. Face it they open their mouth and the
most uninformed, unresearched, uneducated things come out of their mouth. The only thing more frightening than what they say is the fact that people
actually pay to hear them say it. Personally I have alot of respect for Condoleezza Rice, I don't particularly care for her politics but she isn't an
idiot. Meghan McCain and Olympia Snowe come to mind as other examples of intelligent and respected conservative women. Women that you could actually
have a conversation and work with.
4) Pro Abortion yet Anti-Death Penalty – Need I say more on this issue?
It is pro-choice not pro-abortion. Just simply phrasing the question this way points out the fact you are incapable of any meaningful conversation on
the subject. I don't personally agree with abortion, but I also realize that I am not the one that has to face the hardship a child would bring. So if
I am not the one that has to face it, who am I to dictate to the person that does? If we had a society that ensured every child born into it was
adopted, or the family was given the resources to take care of it, then the argument on the morality of abortion could be had. Until that time it is
an issue that is best left to those that have to directly deal with the consequences of the burden.
As far as the death penalty. To take a life does not bring the person they killed back. Not to mention that there is no way we can be 100% sure the
person convicted is guilty. So how can I possibly be asked to condone extinguishing someone's life with the possibility of a false
edit on 8-4-2012 by KeliOnyx because: (no reason given)