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Old 09-17-2007, 09:32 AM
 
Location: New York
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Um, Im a conservative and I never try to inforce my beliefs on others. On the other hand, many liberals tell me to hate Bush and keep it legal to kill babies.

1) Bush is no conservative. Paleoconservatives are very disappointed in the fact that he has made them (real conservatives) look bad.

2) Bush is in fact, a radical.

3) You should not support the man because he makes bad decisions, and does not listen to people who are experts. He has done a lot of harm for this country.

4) The abortion issue is an issue about splitting hairs and definitions and where the defining line is drawn. It all comes down to PERSONAL BELIEFS.
And trying to make something illegal, is about imposing YOUR personal beliefs into law.
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Old 09-17-2007, 10:02 AM
 
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No progressives shun people who try to impose their brand of religion upon other people because it is "the right" religion.
By 'impose' do you mean 'suggest', 'throw them in jail', or 'chop off their heads if they don't join'?

There are an amazing number of people who think religions which suggest politely are absolutely horrid, while those who chop off heads should be met with 'understanding' and
'tolerance'.
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Old 09-17-2007, 10:53 AM
 
Location: New York
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By 'impose' do you mean 'suggest', 'throw them in jail', or 'chop off their heads if they don't join'?

There are an amazing number of people who think religions which suggest politely are absolutely horrid, while those who chop off heads should be met with 'understanding' and
'tolerance'.
Huh?

Impose as in push their beliefs down your throat relentlessly and try to legislate based on their unique beliefs that may not be your beliefs.
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Old 02-06-2011, 02:29 AM
 
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I would also like to hear from people who have moved back to America after living abroad. I'm considering doing this, but worry about fitting into a conservative/religious city.

The other criteria I have is a city that is at least partially walkable, I would like to live somewhere that is walker friendly.

I'm also unable to post a new thread, any idea on how to do that? It says I'm allowed, yet I don't see where to do that.
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Old 11-12-2013, 11:21 PM
 
Location: Nashville, TN
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Hmm, how so? Louisville has a larger city and urban area population than Nashville and Charlotte. metro area wise, Louisville is closer in size to Nasville than Raleigh:


Table of United States Metropolitan Statistical Areas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


All of those cities are midsized cities. If Nashville is a "big city," then so is Louisville and Richmond:
According to the latest U.S. Census data (2012):

Louisville MSA: 1,307,647
Nashville MSA: 1,726,693
Charlotte MSA: 2,296,569


Louisville CSA: 1,459,911
Nashville CSA: 1,845,799
Charlotte CSA: 2,454,619

*Note Nashville's CSA does not include the Clarksville, TN MSA which touches Nashville's northern most counties. The addition of Clarksville's MSA would add another 284,00 residents. With the adjustment, Nashville's CSA would be roughly 2,129,799. Louisville doesn't come close.
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Old 11-20-2014, 05:14 PM
 
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Most definitely Asheville. Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill as well as Charlotte.
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