One in the Same

Posted Thursday, October 22, 2009, at 4:59 PM
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  • Sam, One of the lefts biggest weapons is the "Big Lie". They believe that if they tell a lie big enough, and often enough, everyone will believe it as the truth (kind of like the THEORY of evolution). Like for instance, the latest propaganda piece by Move On (a CommieLib favotite). It's a commercial in support of the "Public Option" (read single payer government run health care). They have a HollyWierd blonde bimbo, who's name escapes me, wearing a red shirt with a sign that says someting like Support the Public Option, and is running on a track with some fat white guys in suits. They, I guess, are supposed to represent the "evil opposition" to their plan. In the narrative they state that 70% of American people want a "Public Option". NOT SO.....Less than 50% of the American people are in favor of this takeover by the government. There are so many of these lies going around, it's no wonder a lot of "moderates" don't know who to believe,and true Conservatives don't believe any of their lies!!

    -- Posted by marcus elvis erogenous on Fri, Oct 23, 2009, at 12:53 AM
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    Marcus - Sceptre, thanks for reading and comments.

    Carl - I am not against Science. I am against the politically motivated bastardization of science to promote Marxism.

    Multi cultural? Don't make me laugh. As soon as left quits fostering racial hatred, I'll be glad to listen to your BS.

    Tolerance? You're either a fool, or your evil, and neither one of those is acceptable. The left is the most intolerant of all. The problem with you goofy leftists is that you never practice what you preach.

    Equality, you mean like Animal Farm Equality? What a stooge you are Carl. And, I AM being nice.

    -- Posted by sameldridge on Fri, Oct 23, 2009, at 10:52 PM
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    Hold on - hold on! Hey, I am sorry I called you a stooge Carl. You lefties tick me off at times with your delusions. It's been a long day, and I have a short fuse when it come to unbridled goofiness.

    -- Posted by sameldridge on Fri, Oct 23, 2009, at 11:11 PM
  • I would say that calling Carl a stooge is an insult to Moe, Larry, & Curly!!

    -- Posted by marcus elvis erogenous on Fri, Oct 23, 2009, at 11:18 PM
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    Looks to me like you are being ignorant on purpose. If you want to be a Marxist, ok, then be one. Conservatives have the right to try and stop you from spreading Marxism in America. I think Sam has clearly explained how liberals promote racism, ie; Jimmy Carter, Mondale and the like. The left is intolerant. Why is it okay to have small school kids singing "uhm, uhm, uhm, Barack H Obama," and yet these same kids can not mention the name of Jesus in school?" (other than as a curse word)

    Sam, I hope you don't mind. Hubby and I know that you can sure argue for yourself. I don't know how you do it. You are much nicer to these liberal zombies than I could ever be. Thanks for another excellent blog.

    -- Posted by CandyKilroy on Sat, Oct 24, 2009, at 2:33 PM
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    Carl - Carl - Carl.

    Having a picture of the President in a school is not the same as leading little children in a chant to the liberal messiah Obama.

    Liberalism, leftist thought, or whatever you want to call it, is a religion. The schools are preaching and indoctrinating school kids on the lies of global warming, the lie of Darwinism and now of course, having school kids sing songs about Obama.

    It's sick.

    Of course you highly educated intellectual inbreds are afraid of debate in schools, you cannot defend liberalism or your Marxism in a real debate, so you limit the debate. You know, that if school kids were allowed to see the evidence for Creation, they would realize what is true and what is a lie.

    The truth is, that you Marxists are in a war against God, trying to convince little children that the State is the guarantor of rights, because the State is your God, and Obama your messiah.

    I understand the leftist plan for children. Kill 'em before they are born, (which you have killed over fifty million) and if they survive pregnancy, turn them into the robots that you so proudly represent.

    -- Posted by sameldridge on Sat, Oct 24, 2009, at 8:25 PM
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    Candy - Thanks for your kind words. I think you are a and "hubby".

    -- Posted by sameldridge on Sat, Oct 24, 2009, at 8:27 PM
  • Sam, you may be wasting your time taking to Mr. Leibowitz. Me thinks he is another of these guys that thinks Chairman Mao was a hellava guy. I wonder if his posts aren't a joke. I know you are right about the war against God. They try so hard to convince themselves don't they?

    -- Posted by RMontana on Sat, Oct 24, 2009, at 11:26 PM
  • Why is it that creation has to be taught in schools? It doesn't matter if it or not, especially if kids are not going to church. Some things the parents need to teach their kids. Just because something isn't taught in schools doesn't make it illegal to learn. Hell, if schools started teaching Christianity, Us Christians would start getting upset that they weren't teach it right and exactly how our church teaches it.

    Maybe instead of worrying about rather or not schools are teaching Creation, we should just teach our kids ourselves.

    The lack of creation in my 10th grade biology class at MHS didn't stop me from saying no to evolution and yes to creation.

    If it must be in school, fight to have a Religions of the World class introduced into the school system. Sure, it won't be just about Christianity, but at least its there none the less. Plus students can learn something about other inhabitants of our Earth. The course would probably also have to go down as an elective, or be set up so it can be taken in place of some other social studies class.

    I know my 10th grade year we had a small project where the students picked a religion and did a project/report on it. my group did Buddhism. The Pastor's son in the group didn't want to do Christianity, as he wanted to learn something from the research.

    -- Posted by npwinder on Mon, Oct 26, 2009, at 2:14 PM
  • Mr. Winder, I certainly agree with some of your thoughts here. I would not mind some of the things you were talking about. What I personally object too, is the idea that liberals think THEY have a monopoly on the truth. I think I know the truth, but their truth gets taught in schools. They teach in schools that Christianity is a lie. Considering, as Sam has pointed out, the faith of our founders, teaching that Christianity is a myth is just wrong.

    -- Posted by RMontana on Tue, Oct 27, 2009, at 9:13 AM
  • RMontana, In my experience, from high school, through the last few years of college. Christianity was never taught as a lie. Even my 10th grade biology class never exactly touched Christianity. The teacher said they don't understand why students don't believe evolution.

    Religion is still in schools. The MHS choir still sings Christmas songs. If that's not your religion, your allowed to set out and work on another assignment to get the grade. It's been done several times no problems. In my 10th grade social studies class we did the project on world religions. My senior English class we read A paradise lost. It's not that religion is banned from school and a lie, its that it can't be taught as this is absolutely what you should believe in.

    -- Posted by npwinder on Thu, Oct 29, 2009, at 10:08 PM
  • Sam, Sure is nice to see how carefully you are maintaining a "civil" blog site.

    At least no one has accused anyone's mother of chasing cars, but then there's lots of time.

    -- Posted by HerndonHank on Thu, Oct 29, 2009, at 11:01 PM
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