posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 12:01 PM
It always fascinates me to see liberals defend Obama to the detriment of their own principles. The same was true with Bush supporters.
I think people often forget that conservatives and liberals actually share many common goals- life, liberty, and prosperity. And even beyond those,
there are certainly many others. But where they obviously differ is with regard to the means of achieving them.
So why is it that many on both sides blindly defend the political bad actors who actually work contrary to their primary interests?
It's replies to threads like this one that remind me how delusional so many people have become. Rather than address the substance of the issues, they
attack the messengers who seek to illuminate the discrepancies.
America is broken because the electorate is broken. It's as simple as that.
Most seem incapable of escaping their political immaturity. If you don't have a D or R behind your name you MUST be evil and treated accordingly.
It's distressing to witness, and I remain convinced that nothing will improve in this country until we improve at least that.
I, for one, am glad that you posted this resource. Obama supporters should try to objectively analyze the list and determine for themselves the merit
of the claims. Conservatives should do the same.
For a website who's motto is to deny ignorance, there sure are a lot of members who enjoy peddling it.
Food for thought, people.
edit on 11-10-2012 by loam because: (no reason given)