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PostPosted: Thu Feb 02, 2012 4:17 am 
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These people are truly despicable! (No wonder Soros loves them)

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Charming to the last. Because nothing better represents the dominance and oppression of the 1% over the 99% quite like "the man's" ability to continue the repressed sexuality and access to birth control that so characterizes American society today. :roll:

And what better target than "the man's" mindless minions who show their conformity by their willingness to wear uniforms.

Ever notice that "non-conformist" groups (like the OWS) are easily identifiable
by their strict socially imposed dress code of acceptable attire? And lets not forget the chanting chorus. "Everyone together now!" "I'm an individual!" (repeat as a group).

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And lets not forget the chanting chorus. "Everyone together now!" "I'm an individual!" (repeat as a group).
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FirstCoastTerp wrote:
Southern Doc wrote:
And lets not forget the chanting chorus. "Everyone together now!" "I'm an individual!" (repeat as a group).
:floor


Sounds like a clip from an old Steve Martin album:

"Let's repeat the non-conformist's oath:

I promise to be different! (crowd repeats the phrase)

I promise to be unique! (crowd repeats the phrase)

I promise not to repeat things other people say! (laughter)"


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I hope this plus the health care mandate will open Catholic's eyes and see who they have been voting for the last 50 years.

My dad was a Reagan Democrat. He no longer could tolerate the abortion plank in the Democrat Party and switched to vote Republican in 1980 and thereafter until he died.

His eyes were opened 30 years ago along with a lot of other Catholics and Protestants. This is why we need a strong Conservative to go against Obama not some opportunist who "saw" the light in 2007. :wall

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I hope this plus the health care mandate will open Catholic's eyes and see who they have been voting for the last 50 years.

My dad was a Reagan Democrat. He no longer could tolerate the abortion plank in the Democrat Party and switched to vote Republican in 1980 and thereafter until he died.

His eyes were opened 30 years ago along with a lot of other Catholics and Protestants. This is why we need a strong Conservative to go against Obama not some opportunist who "saw" the light in 2007. :wall

My grandpa was the same way. He worked for McDonnell Douglas for 40 some years with only one short break to serve 2 years in the Navy during WW2. He was a union man and a NC native so he was a Democrat. Jimmy Carter was the last Democrat he ever voted for for the presidency. Of course my other grandparents were such hard core Republicans that they voted against FDR, 4 times!

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Interesting - my parents have been Republican for as long as I can remember. But my dad was born a Methodist in High Point, NC's farmland (he didn't convert to Catholicism until about 3 decades ago), and was taught that all politicians and lawyers are liars from his youth (which he has constantly told me for as long as I can remember, but my former BIL who was Houston's Asst DA was one of his favorites - go figure). So I guess that would incline him to the political party that is more "hands off" govt (at least in theory).

My mother is from Belgium & grew up hiding in the cellar with her family while the Nazis were bombing & then occupied her country (her father was nearly arrested by the Nazis because he was out riding his bike without his papers) so that also inclines her toward a restricted govt philosophy. She was so horrified that people were being taken in by Obama's sweet talk; she said she has never heard a man who sounds more like Hitler than O.

I guess it makes a difference what one's environment and political experiences are. From what I understand, Catholics & mainline Protestants to the NE US got more cooperation from the Democrats on their charitable endeavors & one can see where the liberal propaganda that Republicans don't care about the poor would resonate with them.

It is ironic that establishment Democrats use the social issues regarding poverty to keep liberal Christians in their camp, and the establishment Republicans use the social issues regarding life to keep the conservative Christians in their camp. And each side accuses the other of being insincere advocates - and frequently rightly so.


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The Catholic side of my family was democrat until Kennedy, Republican since the 70s, and is increasingly evenly split. The Protestant side of my family has been democrat going all the way back to Jefferson, I think, and today it is evenly split. :lol:

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Is your family native to TX (at least in the Great American Melting Pot sense of that word)?


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QuoVadisAnima wrote:
Is your family native to TX (at least in the Great American Melting Pot sense of that word)?


No, I'm first generation Texan.

Dad from Louisiana, mom from New York.

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Or bring more or more blazon man’s distress.
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All is from wreck, here, there, to rescue one—
Work which to see scarce so much as begun
Makes welcome death, does dear forgetfulness.
Or what is else? There is your world within.
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