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Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Three Issues The Left Will Lose On

The Constitutional right to bear arms, a belief in God, and the protection of the Unborn. Three issues the GOP would like Americans to consider. This of course upsets the liberals to no end, since these are three wedge issues that mainstream America finds important.
The Left is all for the confiscation of private firearms, ridiculing those who profess a belief in God, and Abortion for the sake of convenience.

It's going to hurt in November. The Left needs to get cracking on their Diebold conspiracy theories so the crybabies will have something to whine about after the elections.


Blogger Matt Vella said...

It is interesting that after a crushing dem. preliminary election victory, usher in the Diebold machines and voila - we get a Republican instead.

Not that I give a crap about Busby, but it is also telling that these eminently hackable machines were left unattended with people before and after the vote. WTF?

I love how people who claim to love democracy enjoy giving it away even more so.

9:25 PM  
Blogger prying1 said...

I think it will be four issues.

Dems are putting forth the proposition that losing the war against terrorism would be good for America and the world.

As long as it hurts Bush...

10:20 PM  
Blogger Matt Vella said...

Tell me how we as a country - pre wire taps, pre "Gitmo" (I love how we have a cute name for a torture facility), pre "war on terrorism"...

...we knew who all the hijackers were. We knew WHERE they were. We knew who they were associated with. We knew that they were planning something.

In fact, a report was handed to the president that summed it up nicely. And yet, this data was largely ignored and we got our shit blown up big time.

Rather than streamline the process, rather than allow the agencies to communicate better amongst themselves so the right hand knows what the left is doing - we introduced MORE AGENCIES.

Hey, that's "conservative". You know, smaller goverment...less intrusion...better security...

Where are the true conservatives? Certainly not in goverment. Certainly not supporting these fucking yahoos.

2:08 AM  
Blogger Senor said...

Matt, once again you offer not a shred of proof for your accusations.

I guess it doesnt bother you at all that Busby met with a group of illegals and told them "you dont need papers to vote"

So you are apparently fine with the real fraud that is taking place' voter fraud.

6:51 AM  
Blogger Senor said...

Matt, thanks to a politically correct atmosphere brought on by the Left we couldnt do squat about the terrorists in our midst unless they committed a crime.
I lived in San Diego, your town, for several years. A town where people look the other way as illegals set up campgrounds within the city limits.
Police officers who cant even ask an arrestee if he is here illegally.

Then bring Clinton into the equation: he made it virtually impossible for the CIA to share data with the FBI, and in fact was rubber stamping visas for the arabs and chinese.

But you want to place all the blame on a president who had been in office for 8 months.

6:55 AM  
Blogger Senor said...

Its pretty humorous that a republican wins in a predominantly republican district and you claim Diebold stole the election. I guess you are just getting warmed up for Nov, and lets face it, no matter what happens, if the Dems dont win it will be fraud.

Its only fair if Dems win?

7:03 AM  
Blogger Matt Vella said...

So the answer to letting the agencies communicate better is to add another 6 layers of bureaucracy? As they say in the beer commercials...


Re: illegals - all the looking the other way is about as bipartisan as it can get. No one who is in office or in business wants to let the steady stream of slave-wage labor go away. Notice the careful skirting of this (manufactured) issue that's going on.

It's humorous to me that (in an apparent backlash against the corrupt old guy that was being removed) a democrat took an amazing 44 percent of the vote in a *crowded* primary. Again, come election time - new machines all made by Diebold and none with proper security.

It seems beyond shady to me but hey, I guess pointing out said shadiness (you know, free speech) automagically makes me a traitor or some other buzzword.

Personally, I like democracy. I like voting. What I don't like is a corporation (whose disgraced CEO - a friend of BushCO - once claimed he would deliver Ohio to W) having its machines introduced into my once fair state.

I don't like the lack of security both in and around their boxes, and I don't like their political connections.

Maybe this guy will do a good job, but maybe he doesn't actually belong there.

10:48 AM  
Blogger Ricardo said...

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5:59 PM  
Blogger Ricardo said...

I'm on the left and do not believe in the confiscation of fire arms (it's the right of a law abiding citizen to own one if they chose.) I'm Jewish and have a belief in God but scoff at the notion that legislation based on beliefs from other religions must be imposed on me or vice versa. I think the government ought to stay out of my synagogue and I think many want them out of their church as well. The ridicule for me is how some in the GOP think a dose of their spiritual beliefs will somehow save everyone. I find it intrusive government, something the GOP wasn't supposed to be. As far as abortion, again this is based on some peoples religious beliefs on when life begins. While I don't think abortion should be the first option a woman considers, I will defend her right to choose and so will many others so I don't think Roe v Wade will get overturned if that's what you're getting at.

Not every liberal is God hating, many just dislike a bully pulpit.

6:00 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Then you should check out the Huffington Post, Ricardo.
Thats why I've created this blog.
They bash and ridicule and belief in God or pride in country.

6:52 PM  
Blogger Ricardo said...

I can understand how something like the post can draw your anger and frustration. I always felt that the attacks on religion were aimed at the people I called out in my last comment but not belief in God as a whole. I certainly hope this isn't the case for fellow Jew Alan Dershowitz :-/ He often does something that I seldom see from my counterparts on the left. Defend Israel's right to defend itself against some very hostile regimes. I often am critical of my country because I don't like the direction it's going in. It's not a hatred thing although I admit sometimes I come across as such. Rather it's like getting angry and yelling at a loved one. Do you really hate them? No but you yell and criticize because you care and expect better. I can't say these are the motives behind the Huffington Post writers collectively but it is for many of us on he left.

7:59 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Well said, Ricardo.
Some of my best friends are liberals and while I may disagree with them in a heated exchange, they are still my friends.

Politics and religion. Two passionate subjects.

I love a good fight of words, though. I just like to come out of the fight with my friends knowing I still love them regardless of our political affiliations.

It would be a sad world if we all agreed on everything.
And our blogs would be BORING.

8:33 PM  
Blogger Ricardo said...

As are some good friends of mine are conservatives. You're right, the blogs would be boring and this is why I love doing it. I love good verbal jousting myself. it's healthy. Take care.

8:54 PM  
Blogger Matt Vella said...

Ain't no one taking my fucking guns, that's when we all better head for the fucking hills my friend.

And yep, it'd be boring as fuck if we all agreed and it's understood that we're friends even though we disagree.

The first combilable will be in the mail tomorrow, btw.

9:43 PM  

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