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[14 Dec 2008|02:42am]

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So, anyone check out that new community dedicated to the city of Seattle yet? I sure did and I learned some things, like how stupid anti gun people are (then again I already knew that the anti gun crowd was nothing but a bunch of idiots anyway).  And here I was thinking Seattle people were the smartest in the nation, boy was I wrong, although some of them were pretty cool, at least the ones who commented seriously and gave genuine advice, rather than the typical OMG HE'S A GUN NUT shit left by quite a few people.

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Gag on 2nd Amendment Is City’s Aim in Guns Suit [13 May 2008|08:54pm]
What the f***?! You can’t just "forget" about an amendment! Gee, why am I not surprised...the second amendment is the one amendment that liberals and anti-gun people would like to see gone. Where the hell is the ACLU when you need them? Oh wait...they only support every other right, but the right to own a gun is always brushed aside, with people saying that it’s "old-fashioned" and "there’s no reason that people should have gun nowadays." I actually heard someone say that to me.

The next time that liberals have a protest or say something stupid (which is all the time) and go on trial, the jury should be told to forget the first amendment.

Ugh! This frusturates me so much!

Gag on 2nd Amendment Is City’s Aim in Guns Suit

Lawyers for Mayor Bloomberg are asking a judge to ban any reference to the Second Amendment during the upcoming trial of a gun shop owner who was sued by the city. While trials are often tightly choreographed, with lawyers routinely instructed to not tell certain facts to a jury, a gag order on a section of the Constitution would be an oddity.

The rest: http://www.nysun.com/news/new-york/gag-2nd-amendment-city-s-aim-guns-suit

Barr Reacts To Bloomberg Gun Lawsuit Ruling

Former Georgia Congressman Bob Barr, along with Jasper, GA lawyer Ed Marger who represent Smyrna, GA firearms retailer Adventure Outdoors, today issued the following statement in reaction to yesterday’s ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Jack Weinstein, in the lawsuit pending against Adventure Outdoors by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg:

“The ruling by the Federal District Court in Brooklyn, NY finding that the court in that city has jurisdiction over Adventure Outdoors, was not at all unexpected. In fact, Adventure Outdoors has contemplated all along that the court would decide to maintain jurisdiction over the lawsuit brought by New York City.

Adventure Outdoors intends to continue to aggressively defend itself against what it considers an outrageous effort by Mayor Bloomberg to dictate how a lawful business in Smyrna, GA should carry out the business of providing a constitutionally-guaranteed product to the citizens of Georgia. While Mayor Bloomberg obviously believes the citizens of New York City should be denied their constitutional right to keep and bear arms, he has no business telling the citizens of Georgia they should be denied those rights as well.

The rest: http://www.bobbarr.org/default.asp?pt=newsdescr&RI=875
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University of Wisconsin Student Gov Leader Vandalizes Pro-Life Display [08 May 2008|04:41pm]
I got this from one of my conservative groups on Myspace.

Dear friends,

Feel free to contact the head of the University of Wisconsin and insist the SGA take action against King:

Chancellor Linda Bunnell
2100 Main St.

Room 213 Old Main
Stevens Point WI 54481
phone: (715) 346-2123
fax: (715) 346-2561

University of Wisconsin Student Govt Leader Vandalizes Pro-Life Display

by Steven Ertelt
LifeNews. com Editor
May 7, 2008

Stevens Point, WI (LifeNews. com) -- A University of Wisconsin Stevens Point student government leader is coming under fire for allegedly trashing a pro-life display on campus. Student senator Roderick King is said to have vandalized a display featuring crosses erected by the campus pro-life group to memorialize those babies killed in abortions.

The UWSP pro-life group Pointers for Life put up the Cemetery of the Innocents display and spent the morning last Thursday repairing the damage someone caused in an apparent vandalizism.

That's when they were trashed a second time.

As students repaired the earlier damage, King led a group of angry students by walking through the rows of small crosses and plucking them from the ground and throwing them.

The national pro-life college group Students for Life of America told LifeNews. com that King began to voice his complaints and said that Pointers for Life had "no right" to display the crosses.

King said it was "his duty as a paying student" to take down the pro-life display.

The pro-life students notified campus Protective Services and, when an officer arrived, most of the students stopped vandalizing the display. However, King did not stop and claimed, "The freedom of speech does not cover these signs and symbols.

According to a video (http://www. youtube. com/watch?v=t5NeLyMZUYM) pro-life students posted on YouTube, King refused to stop vandalizing the pro-life display until the campus security officer told him he would have to compensate the pro-life group for the damages he caused.

"If students had a problem with the display, they could exercise their freedom of speech maturely by protesting it peacefully, not by defacing our display," Jackie Kryzkowski, president of the pro-life student group, said in response.

After the incident, Bob Tomlinson, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, apologized to Pointers for Life for the vandalism. Student government senators Katie Kloth and Erica Wardle reportedly stopped by the display and told the pro-life students they had properly reserved the space for the display and had a right to host it.

The evening of the vandalism, Pointers for Life submitted a complaint to the Student Government Association and asked for King to submit his resignation or face discipline from the body.

Students for Life of America tells LifeNews. com the SGA has yet to take any action against King.

Kryzkowski complained that the SGA has a responsibility to represent the rights of the members of her group.

"Student senators should be helping to defend our freedom of speech, not trying to take it away because of personal beliefs," she said.

Ryan Wrasse, another member of the pro-life group, added, "The SGA could either vote to retain Senator King and condone this type of behavior, or remove him from Senate and send a clear message to UWSP students and faculty that this type of behavior will not be tolerated.

Kristan Hawkins, the executive director of Students for Life of America, told LifeNews. com the situation is similar to the repeated acts of censorship taking place against pro-life student groups in Canada.

"This event shows that our country is not immune to the situation going on in Canada right now, where campus pro-life groups are being singled out and excluded from the guaranteed freedom of speech and expression on college campuses," she said.

Hawkins said this was not the first time a pro-life student display in the U.S. had been vandalized.

In April 2006, abortion advocates vandalized and destroyed a pro-life display at Northern Kentucky University. Six students joined Sally Jacobsen, a British literature professor in destroying a display of crosses Northern Right to Life set up to memorialize the babies who have died from abortions.

They trashed the crosses and ripped up a sign that accompanied them and their actions were caught on film by a reporter from the student newspaper.

Jacobsen was charged with theft, criminal mischief and criminal solicitation but those charges were dropped after a court demanded that she apologize. Beforehand, she defended her actions and when the vandalism came under scrutiny, she encouraged the students not to talk to police and to get their own attorneys.

The court required Jacobsen to complete a mediation and she agreed to pay Northern Right to Life for the costs of the display. Jacobsen also made a $1,000 donation to the Madonna House, a Northern Kentucky crisis pregnancy shelter.

Jacobsen was suspended by Northern Kentucky University for the remainder of the school year and her classes given to other professors to complete. She has since retired and moved to Portland, Oregon.

Hawkins said SFLA is calling on pro-life advocates to contact University of Wisconsin -Stevens Point Chancellor of Student Affairs Linda Bunnell asking for Roderick King to be removed from the Student Senate. Contact Bunnell at 715-346-2123 or email her at lbunnell@uwsp.edu.

Related web sites:
Students for Life of America - http://www. studentsforlife. org

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Code Pink Protestors Try Witchcraft at Anti-Marine Rallies [08 May 2008|04:38pm]
This is beyond stupid...casting spells while protesting? What will they do next?

Code Pink Protesters Try Witchcraft at Anti-Marine Rallies

Code Pink is now resorting to witchcraft to beef up the number of its supporters protesting Berkeley's controversial Marine Corps Recruiting Center.

The women's anti-war group has told ralliers to come equipped with spells and pointy hats Friday for "Witches, clowns and sirens day," the last of the group's weeklong homage to Mother's Day.

"Women are coming to cast spells and do rituals and to impart wisdom to figure out how we're going to end war," Zanne Sam Joi of Bay Area Code Pink told FOXNews.com.

Read the rest here:

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Yale Art Student Claimes She Used Blood Samples, Video of Self-Induced Abortions for Senior Project [17 Apr 2008|03:41pm]
This is absolutely sickening! While I'm against abortion, I know there are reasons for it, especially medical. But to purposely do this is MURDER! There's a special place in hell for this sick bitch.

Yale Art Student Claims She Used Blood Samples, Video of Self-Induced Abortions for Senior Project

By Catherine Donaldson-Evans

A Yale student who claims she artificially inseminated herself "as often as possible" and then took drugs to induce miscarriages for her senior art project says she will showcase the stomach-turning display next week — complete with her own blood samples and videos from the terminated possible pregnancies.

The story of art major Aliza Shvarts' upcoming exhibit, which the Yale Daily News broke Thursday, has sparked widespread disgust and outrage.

"It’s clearly depraved. I think the poor woman has got some major mental problems," said National Right to Life Committee President Wanda Franz. "She’s a serial killer. This is just a horrible thought."

Critics on campus have said the display sounds like a shock-and-awe look at the highly sensitive issue of abortion and called it a sick stunt to get attention.

But Shvarts said the goal of the project is to encourage debate and discussion about the connection between art and the human body.

"I hope it inspires some sort of discourse," Shvarts, whose age was withheld, told Yale's newspaper. "Sure, some people will be upset with the message and will not agree with it, but it's not the intention of the piece to scandalize anyone."

Shvarts' campus phone has been disconnected, and she did not respond to e-mailed requests for an interview. Yale University and the abortion-rights group NARAL Pro-Choice America also did not return calls seeking comment.

Shvarts told the school paper that her sperm donors, whom she declined to identify, were not paid for their participation, but added that she did require them to be screened for STDs.

The drugs she took to induce contractions and miscarriages were legal and herbal in nature, according to Shvarts — who didn't specify what they were. The art major insisted that she wasn't concerned about the effects of her research on her own body.

But ob-gyn Dr. Manuel Alvarez, FOXNews.com's health managing editor, said the young woman should have been worried because what she was doing was extremely unsafe.

"It’s quite dangerous," said Alvarez. "She was playing Russian roulette with her life, if she indeed did this to these unborn children for the sake of art. I don’t even have the words to express the disbelief that I have."

Alvarez said herbal remedies to trigger uterine contractions have long been used in countries where abortions are illegal — including certain raspberry teas and strong cinnamon teas — but they are far from consistently effective, and they tend to be risky.

"They interfere with pregnancy and are either toxic to the fetus or cause contractions," he explained. "The reason they are effective is that they create side effects, but none of them are 100 percent prescriptive to be abortive."

Shvarts wouldn't say how many times she was artificially inseminated and actually got pregnant for the project — which she described to the Yale paper as a huge cube hanging from the ceiling and swathed in plastic sheeting smeared with her blood from the reported miscarriages. The existence and number of pregnancies Shvarts may have had weren't independently confirmed.

Videos taken of what the college student says were self-induced abortions in her bathtub will be projected both on the cube's sides and on the gallery walls.

The exhibit will be on public display from April 22 to May 1 at Yale's Holcombe T. Green Jr. Hall. Shvarts will be honored at a reception April 25.

Franz likened Shvarts' process of artificial insemination and induced miscarriages to the human experimentation that took place during the Holocaust. She said the Yale senior's work highlights a stark truth about American society's approach to abortion.

"She really has hit on a reality that what she has done is legal," said Franz. "Anything she chooses to do here can’t be stopped in terms of legality. And there are people fighting for her right to do this."

Alvarez believes such an endeavor in the name of art is offensive, harmful and insensitive, especially to women who face difficult choices about pregnancy or who aren't able to conceive.

"Anybody who trivializes a woman’s choice to terminate a pregnancy is really not contributing anything positive to these matters," he said. "I don’t see anything artistic about this. ... It’s completely unethical and immoral. What have we accomplished? Absolutely nothing."

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Baby Killers! [24 Dec 2007|02:23pm]
Yeah...here's another story of those evil American baby-killers over in Iraq. How dare this man bring a disabled Iraqi boy here for fantastic medical care and then adopt him?! Ugh - those terrible American troops. They make me sick. (/end sarcasm)

GI Saves Iraqi Boy in Long-Shot Adoption

Capt. Scott Southworth knew he'd face violence, political strife and blistering heat when he was deployed to one of Baghdad's most dangerous areas. But he didn't expect Ala'a Eddeen.

Ala'a was 9 years old, strong of will but weak of body - he suffered from cerebral palsy and weighed just 55 pounds. He lived among about 20 kids with physical or mental disabilities at the Mother Teresa orphanage, under the care of nuns who preserved this small oasis in a dangerous place.


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Yellowstone National Park Under Threat By Human Rights Advocates [18 Dec 2007|10:40pm]

(Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, US) - Yellowstone National Park, America's first and most treasured national park, has recently become the topic of debate after a group of human rights advocates have called for a "neutralization of dangerous land," claiming that the immense forests and their wildlife pose a threat to disabled tourists.

The commotions began early last week when the human rights group Humans Against Death And Discrimination, led by John Wilkins, launched a series of protests against the National Park Service for refusing to accept the demands that included the "bulldozing of wild forests," "extermination of all deadly animals with sharp teeth," "lowering of water levels in rivers to 12 inches" and "paving of green fields to build hospitals and handicap centers." Wilkins commented to the National Park Tribune:

"Where is our freedom in this country? Millions of obese, stupid, deformed and otherwise handicapped American citizens and foreign tourists alike are being discriminated by the uncontrollable forces of nature. What happens if a dangerous tree suddenly falls down and kills someone or if any of those blood thirsty bears come up and swallow a poor autistic child alive! America, take your responsibility!"


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Why Mommy & Daddy are close-minded morons...er...Democrats... [18 Dec 2007|06:39pm]
[ mood | amused ]


Teaching the next wave of close-minded, hypocritical freaks.

x-posted a few times

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Woman gets beaten on Baltimore city bus so bad her left eye is swollen shut. Possible hate crime. [08 Dec 2007|01:27pm]

[ mood | cynical ]

Here's a good opportunity for Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and the like to denounce racism in America.

Of course I doubt they will since they're probably cramming their heads further up their asses with the idiotic belief that only white people commit hate crimes while blacks are given a free pass to commit violent acts.

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Bill & Hillary [03 Dec 2007|12:37am]

(Bill & Hillary - Grit your teeth before you read this!)
Bill Clinton registers for the draft on September 08, 1964, accepting all contractual conditions of registering for the draft. Selective Service Number is 326 46 228. Bill Clinton classified 2-S on November 17, 1964. Bill Clinton reclassified 1-A on March 20, 1968. Bill Clinton ordered to report for induction on July 28, 1969. Bill Clinton refuses to report and is not inducted into the military.Bill Clinton reclassified 1-D after enlisting in the United States Army Reserves on August 07, 1969, under autho rity of COL. E. Holmes. Clinton signs enlistment papers and takes oath of enlistment.Bill Clinton fails to report to his duty station at the University of Arkansas ROTC, September 1969. Bill Clinton reclassified 1-A on October 30, 1969, as enlistment with Army Reserves is revoked by Colonel E. Holmes and Clinton now AWOL and subject to arrest under Public Law 90-40 (2) (a) regisrant who has failed to report...remain liable for induction. Bill Clinton's birth date lottery number is 311, drawn December 1, 1969, but anyone who has already been ordered to report for induction is INELIGIBLE!

Bill Clinton runs for Congress (1974), while a fugitive from justice under Public Law 90-40. Bill Clinton runs for Arkansas Attorney General (1976), while a fugitive from justice. Bill Clinton receives pardon on January 21, 1977, from President Carter.
Bill Clinton becomes the FIRST PARDONED FEDERAL FELON ever to serve as President of the United States.All these facts come from Freedom of Information requests, public laws, and various books that have been published, and have not been refuted by Clinton.

After the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, President Clinton promised that those responsible would be hunted down and punished. After the 1995 bombing in Saudi Arabia, which killed five U.S. military personnel, Clinton promised that those responsible would be hunted down and punished.After the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing in Saudi Arabia, which killed 19 and injured 200 U.S. military personnel, Clinton promised that those responsible would be hunted down and punished.After the 1998 bombing of U.S. embassies in Africa, which killed 224 and injured 5,000, Clinton promised that those responsible would be hunted down and punished. After the 2000 bombing of the USS Cole, which killed 17 and injured 39 U.S. sailors, Clinton promised that those responsible be hunted down and punished.

Maybe if Clinton had kept those promises, an estimated 3,000 people in New York and Washington, DC. who are now dead would be alive today.

THINK ABOUT IT! It is a strange turn of events. Hillary gets $8 Million for her forthcoming memoir. Bill gets about $12 Million for his memoir yet to be written. This from two people who spent 8 years being unable to recall anything about past events while under oath. Sincerely,Cdr. Hamilton McWhorter USN (ret)
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First time caller long time listener here... [06 Oct 2007|10:34pm]

[ mood | productive ]

Okay. I am registered Democrat. (BEFORE YOU EAT ME ALIVE PLEASE LISTEN, OH GOD)
The only reason I am registered as that is because my mom said the Democratic Party was good for America, and I'm sure it used to be a long long long time ago when SHE was young. I wasn't very political at the time so I did it when I voted. (I didn't go blind into the voting box, I did my research.) I dislike Bush, but not in a liberal way.

Flash forward to two years ago. I met my fiance who is as Conservative as they come. He's the most patriotic man I ever met, and he is constantly angry at this liberal bull that keeps getting flung around.

He didn't have to "change my mind" or anything because I was already thinking along the same lines as he did. I thought that's what Democrats were about. That's what my mom thought too, and now I've got her voting for Fred Thompson.

Cut for length of people's friend's listsCollapse )

And on top of all this, I've been pointed to this comic: http://www.minimumsecurity.net/ (Click for maximum brain-hurty)
And it's hippie-ass author: http://mcmillan.livejournal.com/profile who apparently loves Socialism, Communism and Anarchy.

And this lady, I'll give her credit for only this, drove me to post here. The woman is so opinionated it makes me sick, and as an added bonus, her art is HORRIBLE. I've drawn for 16 years and I could whip something out like she did in less than 5 minutes on a bar napkin. All this hippie bullcrap really grinds my gears. I'm thinking of actually applying for a strip, since they seem to be handing them out willy-nilly to whoever wants one.

She was whining in a journal entry about how she was losing MASSIVELY in a Comic Strip Creator contest in Miami. Maybe because her retarded comic is full of wibbling about being a commie, liberal, unwashed-armpitted hippie.

Anyways, this is a breath of fresh air for me, and I hope I'm not stepping on toes, but I'm glad to be here!

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"The Elders" [03 Oct 2007|12:46pm]


I recently heard of this group called, "The Elders." On July 18th, 2007, Nelson Mandella and Desmond Tutu announced the formation of a group called, "The Elders." The Press Release follows:

July 18, 2007

Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu Announce
The Elders – An Historic Group of World Leaders

Johannesburg, South Africa – Out of deep concern for the challenges facing all of the people of our world, Nelson Mandela, Graça Machel, and Desmond Tutu have convened a group of leaders to contribute their wisdom, independent leadership and integrity to tackle some of the world’s toughest problems.

Nelson Mandela announced the formation of this new group, The Elders, today in a speech he delivered on the occasion of his 89th birthday. He was joined by founding members of the group, Desmond Tutu, Graça Machel, Kofi Annan, Jimmy Carter, Li Zhaoxing, Mary Robinson and Muhammad Yunus. Founding members, Ela Bhatt and Gro Harlem Brundtland were unable to attend.

“This group can speak freely and boldly, working both publicly and behind the scenes on whatever actions need to be taken,” Mandela commented. “Together we will work to support courage where there is fear, foster agreement where there is conflict, and inspire hope where there is despair.”

Tutu, Chair of The Elders remarked, “Despite all of the ghastliness that is around, human beings are made for goodness. The ones who ought to be held in high regard are not the ones who are militarily powerful, nor even economically prosperous. They are the ones who have a commitment to try and make the world a better place. We – The Elders – will endeavor to support those people and do our best for humanity.”

The Elders will use their unique collective skills to catalyze peaceful resolutions to long-standing conflicts, articulate new approaches to global issues that are or may cause immense human suffering, and share wisdom by helping to connect voices all over the world. They will be working together over the next several months to carefully consider which specific issues they will approach. The Elders’ criteria are not only the magnitude and importance of the challenge,but a deliberate view that their role could contribute significantly to solving the problem.
In addition to working independently, The Elders will work to complement, not duplicate or compete with the efforts of other organizations. They will seek opportunities to partner with established groups in ways that help shine a light on work already underway or to assist in bringing the group’s efforts to another level.

“I see The Elders as a small but independent group that may fill an existing void in the world community,” said Jimmy Carter. “Almost impervious to the consequences of outside criticism,the group will conduct unrestrained analyses of important and complex issues and share our ideas with the general public and with others who might take action to resolve problems."

The Elders will invite new members who share the attributes of the original ten: trusted, respected worldly-wise individuals with a proven commitment and record of contributing to solving global problems. Elders will step down if they are elected to public office.

“I have worked with extraordinary people at the community level, people who have brilliant ideas and are making a huge effort to solve problems but often their contribution is localized, and their voices are not strong enough to be heard,” said Graça Machel. “The Elders can play a role in amplifying the voices of the millions of citizens of the world.”

Several years ago entrepreneur Richard Branson and musician and activist Peter Gabriel discussed with Mandela the obstacles to solving difficult conflicts facing the world. Their idea of a small, dedicated group of leaders, working objectively and without any vested personal interest in the outcome, began to develop and eventually grew into The Elders.

Founder Peter Gabriel said, “In traditional societies, the elders always had a role in conflict resolution, long-term thinking and applying wisdom wherever it was needed. We are moving to this global village and yet we don’t have our global elders. The Elders can be a group who have the trust of the world, who can speak freely, be fiercely independent, and respond fast and flexibly in conflict situations.”

The Elders will be independently funded by a group of Founders, including Branson and
Gabriel. Additional Founders include: Ray Chambers; Michael Chambers; Bridgeway
Foundation; Pam Omidyar, Humanity United; Amy Robbins; Shashi Ruia, Dick Tarlow; and The United Nations Foundation.

“This group of Elders will bring hope and wisdom back into the world. To play a role in bringing us together to stop unnecessary human suffering and to celebrate the wonderful world that we are so privileged to be part of,” said Founder Richard Branson.

For more information please visit: www.theElders.org
For media enquiries, please email: media@theElders.org


Wow. A self-appointed, and self-governing committee of liberal leaders. Don't get me wrong, there are many respected people on this board.....but, I am sure that this is a bad idea. Don't we have government agencies specifically designated for this? I love my mother and I respect her deeply, but I do not want her speaking for me without AT LEAST speaking with me first! That is why we have elections. This is democracy. The United Nations (which I also have a low opinion of) already has this job...but now we have "The Elders?" I read the biographies on the ones I was not familiar with, and they are all of a liberal mindset. They even call it their, "Global Village" (cough, gag, cough...sorry). Keep your eye on this group. Trust me.

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Anti-liberal, anti-moron. [05 Jun 2007|04:02pm]

"If we were to define modern society by its components, these would be:

1. Liberal democracy (statistical leadership)
2. Material self-interest (materialism, capitalism)
3. Individualistic morality (humanism)
4. Technology
5. Pluralism (a subset of 3)

These systems attempt leadership by a preponderance of opinion, social popularity or the great equalizer, wealth. As a result, we have turned our outlook from trying to create a better world to trying to divide up what we have through different methods. We have gotten to this point because the intelligent are few, and the masses are many, and so the intelligent have attempted to rule the masses through symbolic representations of truth..."

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Hi [30 May 2007|09:33am]

Hi there.  I was browsing through LJ when I saw this community and wanted to join.

About me, hmm.  Not much really to say.  I made the mistake of once being a liberal, but I eventually learned how full of shit liberals are (and also learned that protesting is a useless waste of time).

Also I am STRONGLY opposed to illegal immigration, and any forms of amnesty, as I grew up in a Hispanic (I don't say latino because that's a bullshit term made up by guilty liberals) neighborhood in Chicago and have learned how lazy and racist hispanics are firsthand (of course you wouldn't know that hispanics are racist because, according to liberals, only white people are racist and prejudiced).
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hello [18 Apr 2006|02:56pm]

I think there are only eight members of this group (excluding myself, whose entry here is likely to be abolished at the moderator's first glance) for a reason: conservatives are inherently slow when it comes to society and its advances. This is why there exists no counter-arguement for the previous post, touting equality movements as products of liberal idealism. Are you people just holding back, or are you too pent-up within this community to feel the need to justify the "joke" of this poster?

Allow me, aware of the need for objective proof in conveying an opinion, to provide an explanation for my statement concerning conservatives and their status in our constantly progressing society. One of the axioms of your alleged political stance is, unarguably, as the author of The Politics of Prudence Russell Kirk puts it, "custom, convention, and continuity," as "order and justice and freedom...are the artificial products of a long social experience." What he clearly does not understand is that society, the product of collective interpersonal relationships, began just as humans did. And unless you don't believe in cavemen, you don't know that we were once as untamed and atavistic as the creatures that now surround us, only more brutal as we realized our competition for survival. Thus, if we had always championed convention entirely, we would be savage and no more evolved than our predecessors. We would still shun and maul the dark man, would still exert pure force over the weaker of our species. Establishments would be nonexistant, even your pedestaled churches, which are progressive in their advocacy of human equality, an ideal which (most) conversatives today uphold as if it were never challenged or even unheard of, as it was years ago. But as they still disapprove of liberalism, they are being hypocritical, for by upholding many of their principles they are ignoring the fact that they once were considered unconventional and therefore unacceptable, by that era's conservatives. For examples of such ideals, read that poster.
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I'm a n00b at math [16 Apr 2006|11:02pm]
Totally ignore my post about not being able to vote in the next presidential elections. I got my years mixed up. I'll actually almost be turning 19.

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[16 Apr 2006|02:55am]

Hey fags, come join f_y_a_d.
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Book I Got [17 Mar 2006|06:27am]

[ mood | cheerful ]

I got a funny book called Liberwocky, which humorously makes fun of Liberals. There are the six myths of liberalism, a liberal dictionary, and the diary of Hillary Clinton.

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[17 Dec 2005|08:12am]
[ mood | worried ]

Unfortunately, I turn 18 one month after the next presidential elections.

I don't know what I'll do if Hilary Clinton wins.

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