the breitbart flick of BO in his radical college days..where are the bell bottoms and Tye dyes and Marachi sandals BO, come on man get w/ it!
shame Breitbart died so young and calling out the ACORNS of the world dies w/ him....
As usual Frank, you have nothing to hide.
You probably are not surprised that my voting mirrors yours, only does not go back quite so far. YOU OLD FART. LOL
My favorite by far Is RR as well.
< You may be able to backup some of your claims by telling us who you have voted for in all national elections in your life. But I suspect you will not share that with us because it will show your support for liberalism, not the more closely related ideology of Libertarianism called conservatism. >
may I, ok thanx I will?
1984-Reagan-Bush " " "
2008-McCain-Palin (my least favorite,Palin raised the bar, though!)I could have picked from the white pages of the phonebook randomly and 95% would have qualified and done better than BHO!
2012-WHOEVER WE HAVE RUNNING as above, need I say more?
"With regards to my support for Ron Paul and The Judge, they speak the bitter truth of which I have not heard from anyone else."
Deux, Libertarianism, is more closely related to current day conservative thought and theory, they sees the constitution and wish to uphold its ideas and the ideas of original intent of our founding fathers and their founding documents. BHO holds the aforementioned in distain and has espoused as much, referring to our Constitution as a document of negative rights. Wishing the federal government could extract powers (which are not enumerated) from the constitution and away from the states, and hence away from the people. So if you continue your support for those who wish to increase the power of the Federal government, power which is not enumerated in the constitution or bill or rights, well then your support for such Ideas and people are incompatible with words you write and the Ideology of Libertarianism, which are the ideas of both the judge and Ron Paul. To be like water will not work here my friend.
You may be able to backup some of your claims by telling us who you have voted for in all national elections in your life. But I suspect you will not share that with us because it will show your support for liberalism, not the more closely related ideology of Libertarianism called conservatism.
In life we rarely get exactly what we want, especially in politics and government, so we choose to support that which most closely represents that which we do want, and has at least a chance of gaining office. Otherwise we may put in office something which may be completely unacceptable to our greater ideas. This is why Ron Paul will never hold the office of the President, not because his ideas are so wrong, but because he cannot win. That said, current conservatives would be far more likely to vote for such a man than current liberals.
<<<<<<You can not show the right wing nut jobs the light>>>>>>>
yes the right wing patriots who follow the the brilliant architects who designed this great country of ours.
The brain washed liberal communist who wish to destroy all human incentive to better oneself.
I guess Greece means nothing, how about Russia, Poland, Cuba, even the Chinese recognize that Capitalism has elevated their place in the world.
You really don't understand the Alinsky plan, Top down bottom up strategy?
You just don't get it.
Three questions which to MAKE WHO'S POINT????
Those programs are a progressive failure. To prop them up to discredit a conservative who takes advantage of a failed program that they were required to participate is a act of desperation.
Einstein said insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different outcome.
The progressive experiment has been enacted through out the world and has been a multi generational disaster. Why is it that the brain washed libs can't see the forest through the trees.
Our forefathers warned against these potential pitfalls.
Ray, the idea behind Lee's reference extends to all things in life. I practice Hapkido myself and theory behind the teachings are not just about hand to hand combat. To be like water is to be able to hear about all ways and still be at one with the way. Our inability to look beyond parties is why Ron Paul has no support from those running the Republican party. They limit our choice to candidates that simply don't measure up. This alone is travesty to democracy.
With regards to my support for Ron Paul and The Judge, they speak the bitter truth of which I have not heard from anyone else. That is all that matters to be. Ron Paul himself was against the War in Iraq as I was at the time. I don't understand why you confuse that with support for Obama or conclude that I support the Democrats. Obama vs Romney, Santorum or Gingrich, I choose Obama! My choice is based on my evaluation of each candidate based on their character and message. Not based on a party affiliation. That is what independents do. You pick a man that resonates with you the most to lead, not the party.
"Bruce Lee once said - "Be like water, my friend". This is the simple concept I live by when it comes to religion, politics and other philosophical ideas."
I know the quote well Deux, and you misuse it. Lee was referring to the dogma of tradition getting in the way of what works in defensive or fighting techniques. He was obsessed with eliminating unnecessary movement and thought in defending ones self, this was a constant journey leading to a pure and unbeatable force of self defense, but never as a style, because to identify it as a style is to mis the point of continued advancement or improvement. I know the concept well, as I practiced martial arts for 10 years of my life.
Be like water if you wish, but don't forget to keep your back-bone. IMO your analogy (Lee's theory) does not work for all things in life. Sometimes you must know what you believe and know why you believe it. Being like water may help you adapt to change when needed but it should not be at the expense of what you know to be right and necessary.
You deflect again. Again, your espoused love for Ron Paul, and the Judge are totally incompatible with your political belief in the Democratic party as it stands today, and your constant defending of BHO.
And Please do not attempt to tell me what I love or who I hate. You, I think, are better than that. I do not hate the man, though I do hate what he is doing to my country. I reserve hate for those who deserve it. And I am very conservative with that kind of emotion.
For The Record, I have no party affiliation. But I know what, and why I believe.