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09/15/2010 05:54 AM ID: 85444 Permalink   

Tea Party Favorite Defeats Mainstream Republican Opponent

 

Christine O´Donnell defeated her mainstream Republican nine-time U.S. Rep. Mike Castle on Tuesday. With more then 53 percent of the votes and 99 percent of the returns counted, O´Donnell defeated Castle, who was just under 47 percent.

In an attempt to smooth out the hard feelings from a bitter campaign, congratulations from the National Republican Senatorial Committee were offered to O´Donnell once the results were determined.

It is considered a major triumph for the Tea Party over the National Republican Party when victories by O´Donnell in Delaware and Lamontagne in New Hampshire occurred.

 
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You know with Republicans and Democrats you get the same shit in a different package. With the tea party well, goddamn if they win, that is all I can say on this.
 
  by: cyberfreak   09/15/2010 07:26 AM     
  just you wait  
 
till the Pub´s get their Diebold´s hooked up! Bwahahahahaha!
 
  by: sceptre_of_fertility   09/15/2010 07:51 AM     
  SN Libs Minds blown?  
 
All the libs on this site think there is no difference between GOP and the TP.

Lol, the TP.
 
  by: moxpearl   09/15/2010 01:48 PM     
  @mox  
 
Totally untrue. Republicans have substantially more common sense.
 
  by: VermiciousG     09/15/2010 03:13 PM     
  Meh.  
 
It really means very little until we see if she can beat the Demopub as well, we´ll just have to wait and see how the race goes, then we can make meaningless conjectures about the overall national political climate from the results of a relatively small local race.
 
  by: Kolman   09/15/2010 04:44 PM     
  This T Party is out to lunch....  
 
Has anyone done any research on this nut case? Uh, she is totally batsh!t crazy...and I´m not just talking politically. She has completely lost touch with reality. Anti-masturbation? WTF???

http://www.newser.com/...

Enemies hiding in the shrubs??? WTF????

http://www.newser.com/...

Thinks, "rules shouldn’t apply if there’s a truly strange and unelectable person on the ballot"

OK, I am at a loss for words here folks, it may be a first, I am speechless. Help me out, my head is about to implode.
 
  by: valkyrie123     09/15/2010 04:46 PM     
  Wow....  
 
Just wow.

I mean I guess its fine (?) to feel that way, but I have a hard time believing she won´t let her religious beliefs in to her political agenda.

I don´t know what happened, or maybe I just misunderstood, but when I first started hearing about the ´tea´ party, weren´t they more ´stick to the constitution´ and less effin nuts?
 
  by: deadvenusblue     09/15/2010 05:21 PM     
  @valk  
 
Easy. The country has turned anti-Liberal. Call it the Obama/Pelosi Effect.
Many of us that have paid attention to this particular race are aware of O’Donnell’s “issues”, but on the merits of her stances and her political views (this is politics, after all), she made a much better choice over Castle. He may be a registered Republican, but his stances on key issues were far from Conservative. He’s pro-abortion and pro gun-control; two absolute no-nos, especially in today’s anti-left political climate.

Delaware is among the New England states that have gained notoriety for being unabashedly Liberal. O’Donnell was considered a long-shot in the primary, by many in and out of the Republican Party, because she wasn´t as "big establishment" as Castle was. But she had a strong message and her core values were in the right place. She won on those principles and with the strong backing of pro-Conservative organizations, like the Tea Party PAC.

The Conservative movement is going to crush the Liberals in landslide victory, this election year. The momentum is strong and the nation is suffering from a strong case of voter’s-remorse.


In other news, Cuba is going to lay off ½-million government workers and institute salary reform for the ones fortunate enough to keep their jobs. I guess those 500K workers will have to get a job in the private sector. Oh… wait… Cuba doesn’t have a private sector. Silly me.
Maybe this socialist country (that Michael Moore so greatly propagandized) could take a page out of Obama’s playbook: Got financial problems? Grow government, increase spending, and hike taxes.
Someone needs to talk to Raul Castro about why reducing the size of government and trying to reduce spending isn´t part of the Obama plan --- he’s obviously got it *all* wrong.

[ edited by CArnold ]
 
  by: CArnold     09/15/2010 05:45 PM     
  @deadvenusblue  
 
"...when I first started hearing about the ´tea´ party, weren´t they more ´stick to the constitution´ and less effin nuts?"

The Tea Party isn´t a political party. It´s a Political Action Committee.
They examine the candidates running in these primaries and endorse the ones that exhibit the most conservative values. In this particular race, the choice wasn´t a hard one to make: Castle was pro-abortion and anti-gun. O’Donnell wasn’t. Pro-abortion will get you labeled as an anti-Conservative every time.

I think people can cope with someone’s personal eccentricities more than they can with someone promoting killing and trying to limit your Constitutional Rights (ie – right to bear arms).

[ edited by CArnold ]
 
  by: CArnold     09/15/2010 05:52 PM     
  @CArnold  
 
OK, she´s anti-abortion and pro-gun. That´s nice....but...SHE IS F´N NUTS! People hiding in the shrubbery? Anti-masturbation? Please explain those, PLEASE???

She also thinks that no one in office should ever lie, be it a lie of omission or to protect lives. Eddie Izzard shredded her on that one. "God" is her answer to everything. So much for separation of Church and State.
No wonder Palin endorses this nutball.


http://www.newstatesman.com/...


Even the GOP is refusing to fund her campaign. Lardy mercy, that´s saying a lot right there. The scariest thing about this is the voting public is so retarded that they will actually vote for a crazy like this. Those that think she doesn´t have a chance will just stay home and not vote and she will get elected. It happened in Nazi Germany....are we next?

OK CA, go ahead and explain the shrubbery thing? It reminds me of a scene out of Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
 
  by: valkyrie123     09/15/2010 06:16 PM     
  @ CArnold  
 
I feel obliged to point out that there isn´t anyone who is "Pro Abortion" and to construe someone´s opinion with that sort of language is absolutely revolting. People are either Pro Life or Pro Choice. One´s attitude on the matter is not as black and white as your choice of language implies.
 
  by: garcon   09/15/2010 06:17 PM     
  @CArnold  
 
She´s anti-fapping, she´s officially lost my vote.

;)

Also:
http://www.newstatesman.com/...
"We took the bible and prayer out of public schools, and now we´re having weekly shootings practically"

She´s incredibly crazy.
Edit: Damn, Valk beat me to it, again.

[ edited by Kolman ]
 
  by: Kolman   09/15/2010 06:20 PM     
  @CA  
 
Thanks for the clarification, that makes more sense.

I don´t know what it is with the left always trying to take away guns. I don´t have a gun, I never will. But I think the government and the criminals being the only people with guns is a pretty dumb idea.

(And when I say ´the left´ I´m not meaning to bash anyone, it just seems like gun control is typically a Democrat issue.)

[ edited by deadvenusblue ]
 
  by: deadvenusblue     09/15/2010 06:37 PM     
  LOL @valkyrie123  
 
"SHE IS F´N NUTS!" That is the first requirement a conservative must have to run for political office. That shouldn´t surprise you. Prime examples are Mitch McConnell and John Boehner They are definitely both "F´N NUTS!"
 
  by: Lurker     09/15/2010 06:48 PM     
  @garcon  
 
There are people who are Pro Abortion, and they all hide under the guise of pro-choice. Take the Chinese government for example, and all the left wing whack jobs that mistakenly believe the world is overpopulated and that babies need to die to save the earth.

If your pro choice, your for murdering babies, or letting someone else decide to murder babies, and your a horrible person.
 
  by: Tetsuru Uzuki     09/15/2010 06:52 PM     
  Weird  
 
So could someone explain how a a liberal can´t be a conservative, or how they are against each other? I thought anti liberals where authoritarians.

Also when it comes to anti government regulating how we live our lives what is the conservative thought on drugs being regulated as apposed to liberals.
 
  by: vhan     09/15/2010 06:56 PM     
  @TU  
 
The argument comes down to "what is life?" a question that will not be answered for a while and that needn´t be debated here.
 
  by: Kolman   09/15/2010 07:51 PM     
  @garcon  
 
It’s very black and white, given the correct context.
I don’t speak for all conservatives, but it’s my opinion that abortion is okay under extraordinary circumstances, such as rape, incest, or if the pregnancy would result in the death of the mother. There may be some that would disagree with me and insist that abortion is never an option.

Regardless, I think that these sets of circumstances fall well short the realm of, “I didn’t mean to get pregnant. I need an abortion because I don’t want to be inconvenienced by a baby.” To myself and most of America, such a whimsical decision to take another life because you don’t want to be “inconvenienced” by it is murder. Plain and simple. Black and white.
 
  by: CArnold     09/15/2010 08:31 PM     
  @valk  
 
“She also thinks that no one in office should ever lie…”
That’s a bad thing? I don’t understand why anyone would get upset about that. I, myself, find that remarkably refreshing. No problems, here.

“"God" is her answer to everything.”
Because he is.
Let’s remember that our founding fathers insisted on the separation of church and state in the sense that government cannot become involved in religious matters or declare an “official” or “national” religion for the US. However, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and 99% of our founding fathers were all deeply religious and strong in their faith. My point is, having someone in office that is strongly committed to their faith isn’t a bad thing. If they have a strong relationship with their deity and that deity promotes morals, honesty, forgiveness, love, and tolerance… why are we complaining?
It’s the “godless” politicians whose egos are too large to allow them to worship anything or anyone but themselves that we need to worry about.

I don’t recall anyone (except for me a handful of others) speaking out about Obama sitting in a (so-called) Christian church for 20 years. Nor make mention that he referred to the church’s reverend, Jerimiah Wright, as a father-figure. Or make mention that Wright wasn’t bashful with his “whitey is the devil” rhetoric. But, you let one person say, “having lust in your heart is a bad thing” and she gets labeled for being a kook? I don’t understand this double-standard. If she doesn’t want to do any button swishing, that’s her personal right. How does this affect anyone else?

As for people hiding in her bushes… who knows. How many stories have we read where cameras were place in discreet locations to spy on people? Ever seen the cover of Star or National Enquirer? I don’t think anyone in their right mind would pose for those kinds of pictures. And let’s not forget about Joe McGinniss. This is the guy who is writing a very unflattering book about Sarah Palin. He’s so desperate to find dirt on the woman that he rented the home *next door* to Palin. That’s just outright tasteless. I don’t know how I would feel if someone that made a living off trash-talking about me moved next door to me and my family… but I know I wouldn’t like it. Given all that public-figures have had to endure in the name of politics and fame, I wouldn’t put is past someone to be lurking behind the bushes. I’m not saying that it happens – but it’s not out of the question, either.
 
  by: CArnold     09/15/2010 08:55 PM     
  CA  
 
Shes an Effin Flake.

You don´t have to do a knee jerk defense of this kind of basket case to still be a conservative.
 
  by: ichi     09/15/2010 10:11 PM     
  C´mon, Ichi  
 
To many on this site, you´re a flake and a Jesus Freak if you´re Christian and believe in God and Jesus.

BUT... if someone is Muslim, you must treat them with kid´s gloves and walk on eggshells around them.

Another double standard: Feel free to slander the Christians, but be very compassionate and defensive of Muslims.

I´m not suggesting anyone be less than respectful to Muslims or Islam, nor have I ever been. I´m just pointing out yet another double-standard adopted by the Lefties.
 
  by: CArnold     09/15/2010 10:25 PM     
  Thanks CA...  
 
Just wanted to make sure you walked off the end of that plank instead of just walking out to the end of it and doing a song an dance number. Wow, right off into the deep end.

Hon, if you want to maintain any semblance of creditability run like hell from this flake and don´t look back. Like a drowning man grasping for an anchor to hang onto.
 
  by: valkyrie123     09/15/2010 10:41 PM     
  O´Donnell!  
 
Oh wait I think I´m confusing Christine for Rosie. Thank goodness the day Rosie O´Donnell makes it into politics, this country is done for. California already made the mistake of voting in Arnold.

Jokes aside, congratulations are in order for Mrs. O´Donnell. However, seeing that the chance of her stumbling onto this channel and this blog to read this comment unlikely, I shall keep it to myself.
 
  by: Student_of_the_World     09/15/2010 10:58 PM     
  @Kolman  
 
There is no argument. Microscopic bacteria is alive, so is a fetus.
 
  by: Tetsuru Uzuki     09/15/2010 10:58 PM     
  @TU  
 
Using that argument, you are committing murder every time you take an antibiotic.
 
  by: Lurker     09/15/2010 11:06 PM     
  @Lurker  
 
Not true.
TU´s explanation applies. Both are alive.

"Murder" is a legal term that describes willful and criminal killing.
If you swerved to miss an oncoming car and consequently hit and killed a bystander, would this be considered murder? No. Yes, you killed someone, but it wasn´t willful or criminal.
If you saw someone you didn´t like and intentionally ran them over, then it would be murder. Your actions, at that point, were willful and criminal.

To my knowledge, Obama and the Congressional Dems haven´t made killing bacteria a criminal offense... yet.

[ edited by CArnold ]
 
  by: CArnold     09/15/2010 11:59 PM     
  @valk  
 
Why do you and others think she´s a flake? Because she´s Christian? Because she´s smart to be wary of her environment and surroundings?

I think some are blowing these things out of proportion because she´s a Repub and she´s pro-life. Yet, I didn´t see anyone worrying when Obama sat in Wright´s church for 20 years listening to God D@mn America and listening to all his "white people are a cancer" crap. Is that "normal"? O´Donnell looks like the most normal person in the world, when compared to Obama´s religious "experiences".


Funny thing about Christianity...
For those who believe, no proof is necessary. For those who don´t believe, no proof is possible.
 
  by: CArnold     09/16/2010 12:13 AM     
  @CA  
 
An disagreement that my close friend and I had recently brought me to know that people who are pro choice believe that life doesn´t start until the baby can survive being pulled from the womb. So, from what I know about pregnancy, beyond 20 weeks. It is believed that before that, the baby isn´t a baby.

I consider myself a pretty liberal person. Well, in a sense. Do no harm, live and let live, and all. But abortion is one of the things I side with conservatives on. Unless its a situation of rape or incest, or the birth of the child would be dangerous to the mother and/or baby, abortion shouldn´t be something to have a ´choice´ on. Even if you don´t want to have the baby you´ve created, thousands of others do, and are waiting on lists to have the chance to raise it.

I have no religion, so that isn´t what drives my belief. It is having had 2 children. I know that life starts long before a child could survive something like the mothers death.

Sorry, the abortion thing is a bit off topic as to the article, but...
 
  by: deadvenusblue     09/16/2010 12:25 AM     
  This One Is A Generic Flake  
 
GOP Robocall by Christine O´Donnell´s Former Campaign Manager:
http://www.youtube.com/...



Christine on masturbation, MTV Interview:
http://www.youtube.com/...

I could care less what religion someone is until and unless you use it to effect my life.

Christine is a Effin Flake!!! even if she was a atheist she would be a Effin Flake.


As far as Muslim vs. Christian, I find it kind of interesting that two religions that share the same god are willing to kill each other to establish which one is gods own.
But that is for another discussion at another time. For the time being Christine O´Donnell is a GENERIC Effin Flake.



[ edited by ichi ]
 
  by: ichi     09/16/2010 12:36 AM     
  @Lurker  
 
You can´t murder something that isn´t Human. Look it up.

Even if that were the case, I value human life over that of other life, unlike you human hating green earthers.
 
  by: Tetsuru Uzuki     09/16/2010 12:44 AM     
  Lolz @ CA and TU  
 
Being Anti-Abortion in Australia means your a Muslim Extremist.
There is not even an Argument here because there isn´t a good one, if a slut want to get rid of an accident she just has to Get trashed on hard liquor and Smoke 3 packs a day till the problem is gone (neither as safe or civilised as abortion clinic). Plus there is the social costs/issue with raising unwanted children. Which America is very bad a dealing with (worse than Australia) so most end up in the poverty/welfare cycle before they´re in school. they have no father figure, no money, a mother that didn´t really want them and then we wonder why they grow up disaffected antisocial misfits that are a burden on society.

the Democrats are the right side of the American politics, the Republicans are extreme right. Seriously most of the Republican stuff would get laughed at in most civilised democracies, the fact that it get so much sway in America is a source of much amusement a lot of the world. thus the saying ´only in America´, its not a complement, we think your crazy.

@CA, at least your not calling Obama a Muslim. Our Prime Minister is an Atheist/Agnostic, she is the first that has been open about it but considering the lack of issue, I doubt she will be the last.
 
  by: veya_victaous     09/16/2010 12:56 AM     
  @deadvenusblue  
 
Beautiful post.

You really nailed it:
Abortion isn´t about religion.
It´s about life.

Isn´t it wierd that the people who support abortion weren´t aborted? Maybe if they were denied their first breaths of air, they just might feel different.

Again, great post. I agree 1000%.
 
  by: CArnold     09/16/2010 01:06 AM     
  @veya_victaous  
 
Your argument is jumping all over the place.

Are you saying that kids living in poverty are unwanted kids? So, your answer to poverty is "kill ´em all"?


"they have no father figure, no money, a mother that didn´t really want them and then we wonder why they grow up disaffected antisocial misfits that are a burden on society."
This is a cultural and socio-economic issue. Not an "abortion" issue.
If a man is reluctant to be a father to his child, that doesn´t mean that the impregnated woman should feel compelled or be forced to have an abortion. In the US, women have freedom of speech and freedom to choose.
 
  by: CArnold     09/16/2010 01:13 AM     
  @CA  
 
Ichi has a point about Religion, being Muslim and Christian are two sides of the same coin. Both Jesus & Muhammad preached same principles of peace, laws and social values under same god.

It´s tragic how the fearful fringe on both sides don´t see they´re both claiming the side of same god while blowing each other up.

Somehow along the way Christian right wingers believe Jesus declared war on Muhammad and Islamic right wingers believe it´s Muhammad against Jesus.

So much the same, us and them, their right wingers and our right wingers...
 
  by: ukcn001XYZ   09/16/2010 01:35 AM     
  @TU  
 
Yes, you most certainly can murder things that are non-human. You can be charged for first degree murder for killing a police dog.
 
  by: ub3rtristan   09/16/2010 05:38 AM     
  @ub3rtristan  
 
"You can be charged for first degree murder for killing a police dog."

Police dogs are not considered "dogs" like your common housepet dog. Police dogs are actually trained by the police department and are legally considered "policemen". So are police horses. If you watch the movie Bounty Hunter with Jennifer Aniston they actually demonstrated this in a humorous way. If you assault a police dog, it is the same crime as if you struck a police officer.
 
  by: Ms_SmartyPants   09/16/2010 05:53 AM     
  @uknc  
 
“Ichi has a point about Religion, being Muslim and Christian are two sides of the same coin.”

Saying that Christianity and Islam are “identical” is like comparing a clock to a sundial. They are both founded on the same concept and principle, but they’re significantly different in every other way.

Christianity, Islam and Judaism have a common link through Abraham.
“In both the Jewish tradition and the Quran, he is referred to as "our Father". Jews, Christians, and Muslims consider him father of the people of Israel. For Jews and Christians this is through his son Isaac, by his wife Sarah; for Muslims, he is a prophet of Islam and the ancestor of Muhammad through his other son Ishmael, born to him by Sarah´s handmaiden, Hagar.”
http://en.wikipedia.org/...


All three believe Moses was a Prophet of God
Christians believe Jesus was the Son of God. Islam teaches that Jesus was a true prophet of God, but not the Son of God.
Christians believe Jesus died on the cross for their Sins. Islam teaches that Jesus rose into heaven and a disciple died in his place.
Christians believe the Bible is Holy. Islam teaches that the Bible has been corrupted because of multiple and poor translation.
Islam teaches Mohammed was God’s Prophet, and the last prophet of God. Christians and Jewish don’t recognize Mohammed as a prophet.


Aside from a few similar scriptures within each religions Holy Book, this is as “identical” as their religions become. As you can see, these “similarities” aren’t really that similar. Once you get past the book of Genesis, things begin to take on a very different form than how they began.

This is really getting off topic, but I thought it would be good to point the differences out, rather than allow others to believe that Islam was just another Christian denomination.
 
  by: CArnold     09/16/2010 08:28 AM     
  @DVB  
 
Don´t believe the conservative hype; most liberals simply want to enact sensible measures with the goal of keeping guns out of the hands of people who can´t be trusted to use them safely.
 
  by: Ben_Reilly     09/16/2010 04:44 PM     
  @Ben  
 
"Don´t believe the conservative hype; most liberals simply want to enact sensible measures..."

Sensible? Hype? Are all the court cases and legislative battles to protect our 2nd Ammendment that pit Conservatives vs Liberals are all just "hype"? I disagree. And the limitations imposed by the Libs definitely weren´t "sensible".

Let´s examine just a *few* instances that I can think of, off the top of my head:

"The Ohio Democratic Party tried unsuccessfully this week to get information on all people licensed to carry concealed weapons in the Buckeye State."
http://blog.cleveland.com/...


"Rep. JoAnne Favors, D-Chattanooga, voted against the [Tennessee] guns-in-parks bill...
In the 15 months since Tennessee handgun-carry permit holders got the right to go armed in state parks, two gun-related incidents have been reported at state facilities and neither resulted in violence, officials said."
http://www.timesfreepress.com/...


The two "incidents" were where the owners had their guns in a holster in plain sight. It prompted police to interview the individuals to ensure they were licensed carriers.


Also in Tennessee, our Democrat Governor vetoed a bill that allowed licensed gun owners with concealed-gun permits to carry their guns into restaraunts. The state senate took up the matter on their own and had enough votes to over-ride the Governor´s veto (22-10).
http://www.commercialappeal.com/...


And if you had any doubts, you don´t need to look any further back than June of this year.
The Democrat-held city of Chicago (from where Obama hailed) instituted a ban on handguns. When it reached the Supreme Court, the decision to enforce our Second Amendment came *ONLY* from the Conservatives. The Supreme Court voted 5-4 in favor of protecting our 2nd Amendment. Let me clarify: 5 Conservative judges voted to protect our 2nd Ammendment. 4 Liberal judges voted to trash our 2nd Ammendment.
Here is an instance where the Conservatives LITERALLY saved our Constitutional Right to Bear Arms from the clutches of the Liberals:

"A deeply divided Supreme Court on Monday decided that the U.S. Constitution´s Second Amendment gives all Americans the individual right to keep and bear arms. The case, in which the conservatives outvoted the liberals 5-4, followed in the path of a decision a two years ago in the case District of Columbia v. Heller that interpreted the Second Amendment to give residents of the federal District of Columbia the right to own a gun.
In the new case, McDonald et al. v. The City of Chicago, the lead plaintiff was a sympathetic elderly African-American man who wanted a gun to defend his home against local gangs, but was barred from owning one legally due to Chicago´s blanket prohibition on handgun ownership."
http://www.dailyfinance.com/...


Now, let´s look at Obama´s record on guns:
- Opposes civilian concealed carry
- Opposes possession of most semi-automatic rifles
- Voted for a federal ban on most military surplus ammo
- Opposes protecting firearms manufacturers from lawsuits due to the misuse of their products.
http://www.guncite.com/...



Hype? Sensible?
I think not.

[ edited by CArnold ]
 
  by: CArnold     09/16/2010 05:44 PM     
  @Tetsuru Uzuki  
 
There isn´t anyone who is "pro abortion" except in the minds of the "anti abortion" believers.

Abortion is legal for a reason, the wreckage caused by it´s being illegal.

Those anti abortion believers never tell us exactly what their goal is, to make abortion illegal again?

If it were illegal again, they never say who the criminal would be except they always think the doctor is the guilty one, letting the actual perpetrator off the hook.

They never say the woman would be the criminal.
 
  by: Jim8   09/16/2010 06:41 PM     
  @Tetsuru Uzuki  
 
>>Take the Chinese government for example, and all the left wing whack jobs that mistakenly believe the world is overpopulated.

Your level of ignorance is astounding, China isn´t overpopulated?

I guess being a conservative makes one not want to look at reality, it´s bad for the core beliefs.
 
  by: Jim8   09/16/2010 06:44 PM     
  ~  
 
I´d just like to point out that on one side, pro-choice people are saying that unwanted children are rotting in orphanages and growing up to be unskilled, antisocial burdens on society. Anti-abortion people are stating that there are few children in orphanages and there are in fact waiting lists for couples wanting to adopt children and there is not enough ´supply´.

These are two utterly mutually exclusive scenarios. I would like some hard facts from the anti-abortion people on this supposed national ´waiting list´ of adoption due to a lack of children. And I want it to specifically state that there is a /lack of children/. Not a waiting list due to bureaucratic inefficiency. Until then, I am inclined to believe you are simply spouting hyperbole.
 
  by: velger   09/16/2010 08:30 PM     
  @jim8  
 
"Those anti abortion believers never tell us exactly what their goal is, to make abortion illegal again?
If it were illegal again, they never say who the criminal would be except they always think the doctor is the guilty one, letting the actual perpetrator off the hook."

Anti-abortion laws and legislation have been introduced many times in many jurisdictions.
For example, just last year Tennessee placed a bill before the State Senate to vote on ammending the state?s constitution to make abortion illegal, except when rape, incest, or danger to the mother is involved.
Many states have proposed similar legislation. It spells it quite clearly: if you perform an abortion or are the patient of an illegal abortion, the both of you will be subject to criminal prosecution.

http://www.lmgtfy.com/... bill illegal rape incest



"Your level of ignorance is astounding, China isn?t overpopulated?"
It?s not overpopulated in the sense that the country is nearing "standing-room only" occupancy.
There are millions of acres in China that aren?t inhabited, just as there are millions of acres in the USA are aren?t inhabited.
It?s "overpopulated" because China claims it can?t keep up with the food demand within the country. Being a communist country, the country has taken on the task of providing for its population. They have more people than the government can afford to feed, care for, and pay. Over the past decade or so, the Chinese have adopted a more capitalist approach towards their economic progression. This has relieved the financial burden on their government immensely, and it has also eased the restrictions governing population control.

I guess being a conservative makes one not want to look at reality, it?s bad for the core beliefs.
Considering that youre getting schooled by a Conservative, we can toss that comment into the trash along with your last two posts.

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  by: CArnold     09/16/2010 08:42 PM     
  "Edit Button" mishaps strike again...  
 
This is the first link in my last post:

http://www.lmgtfy.com/...
 
  by: CArnold     09/16/2010 09:20 PM     
  Get The Government Out of Our Lives  
 
And into our uterus where it belongs.

Get The Government Out of Our Lives and send the dude to prison for a doobie.

Get the government out of our lives and keep them tapping our phones without a warrant like they are supposed to.


Get the government out of our lives and back todoing on demand warrant-less reviewing of our library check outs and banking records like they are supposed to.

Get the government out of our lives but be sure your a christian ,preferably baptist, before you run for office(secret Muslims everywhere).


Confused? You should be.




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  by: ichi     09/16/2010 09:25 PM     
  @ichi  
 
Have you ever heard of anyone bragging about getting an abortion?

Me neither. Why? Because government or not, it´s reprehensible and murderous.

Get the government out of our lives and keep them working a year and a half on a healthcare reform package that America doesn´t want instead of concentrating on the economy.

Get the government out of our lives and keep them working on more and bigger "stimulus" packages because the last four didn´t work.

Get the government out of our lives and keep them blaming previous administrations for their failed policies instead of taking accountability.

Get the Liberals out of our lives and get out and vote for a Republican November 2nd!

w00t!

O´Donnell beat out the Liberal Repub in his own Liberal state!
 
  by: CArnold     09/17/2010 01:15 AM     
  So  
 
this is what a lib melt down looks like.
It is hilarious. O´Donnell won by a majority vote and all they can do to make themselves feel better is sit back and mock her. Must be a rude awakening for them to realize the Tea party is a lot stronger then the media made them out to be.
 
  by: hellblazer     09/17/2010 09:40 AM     
  @CArnold  
 
"It?s not overpopulated in the sense that the country is nearing "standing-room only" occupancy.
There are millions of acres in China that aren?t inhabited, just as there are millions of acres in the USA are aren?t inhabited."

So you´re fine with human population growth and don´t count it as "overcrowded" until no one can sit?
Overpopulation is when the population of a species exceeds its means to live. Such as now, where we have millions of people starving and drinking polluted water around the world because there just isn´t enough resources to go around. And this is increasing at an alarming rate.
If you think open, unoccupied space means instant resources, you´re sadly mistaken. Not to mention construction resources are limited as well. Just wait until we´re at war with China just to get iron and coal to make steel for all the additional buildings we need.

"Have you ever heard of anyone bragging about getting an abortion? Me neither. Why? Because government or not, it´s reprehensible and murderous."

Of course not. No one thinks abortion is great. That´s why it´s not "pro-abortion", but rather "pro-choice". It´s not a good thing in and of itself, but in some cases, can be a necessity.

"O´Donnell beat out the Liberal Repub in his own Liberal state!"

Congrats. A more conservative candidate beat a less conservative one in the REPUBLICAN primary. What an accomplishment that was. Good luck to her getting past the more liberal candidate during a GENERAL election in a liberal state.

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  by: Zyste     09/17/2010 05:33 PM     
  Nah, Shes An Effin Flake  
 
On The O’Reilly show in 2007

O’DONNELL: "They are — they are doing that here in the United States. American scientific companies are cross-breeding humans and animals and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains. So they’re already into this experiment."
 
  by: ichi     09/18/2010 12:44 AM     
  @ CArnold  
 
´Get the Liberals out of our lives and get out and vote for a Republican November 2nd!´

I think I´d rather get the Republicans out of my life, seeing as they´re the ones constantly performing illegal searches, telling people what they can and can´t do with their bodies, and telling them who they are and aren´t allowed to spend their lives with.
 
  by: velger   09/18/2010 05:37 AM     
  I´m just gonna leave this here.  
 
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/...

Pass it around. See if anyone´s got a use for it.
 
  by: VermiciousG     09/20/2010 05:36 AM     
 
 
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