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Old 07-20-2009, 01:24 AM
 
Location: Austin, TX
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HA HA HA!

Liberalism as usual is WRONG!

One clue would be the sucess of conservative radio and news which blows liberals right out of the water. The lazy bums or drug addicts on the liberal side better hope and pray conservatism is not dead because they give far more to charity then the selfish left.

In the same year hussein obama gave 6.1%, $60,307 to charity while Vice President Dick Cheney gave 77 percent of his income to charity. The Cheneys donated just under $6.87 million to charity.


Liberals are big on giving to others....when it involves someone elses money.

Dakota Voice: Biden and Obama: Charity Cheapskates
Excellent points.

To all the libs who say Fox News is conservative, if conservatism is so dead, explain Fox having the top 10 most highly rated cable news shows and beating MSNBC and CNN COMBINED?
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Old 07-20-2009, 01:38 AM
 
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Quite the opposite really!

Conservatism is really just starting and liberalism is starting its long slow death!
The vast majority of people are now finally starting to wake up,witness the tea parties.

libs now know they had their only chance,and they have blown it very badly,but socialism always fails where ever it is tried!

Remember, you heard it here first!
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Old 07-20-2009, 01:52 AM
 
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Excellent points.

To all the libs who say Fox News is conservative, if conservatism is so dead, explain Fox having the top 10 most highly rated cable news shows and beating MSNBC and CNN COMBINED?
At least you admit that Fox News is biased.

I actually don't care if Fox wins every minute of the day. As long as Democrats continue to win elections, I'll be content.

Aside from eliminating same-sex marriage rights, I can't think of any ways in which the U.S. has become more socially conservative over the last several years. On social issues, this country generally always moves in a liberal direction. For the most part, freedom and liberty have expanded, not contracted.

Even fiscally, I don't see the country becoming more conservative. Has Social Security been privatized? Has Medicare been eliminated? Has the minimum wage decreased or been eliminated? George Bush left us with a much bigger and expensive government than the one given to him by Bill Clinton. If the country really wanted more conservatism, the opposite would have occurred.
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Old 07-20-2009, 02:19 AM
 
Location: Austin, TX
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At least you admit that Fox News is biased.

I actually don't care if Fox wins every minute of the day. As long as Democrats continue to win elections, I'll be content.

Aside from eliminating same-sex marriage rights, I can't think of any ways in which the U.S. has become more socially conservative over the last several years. On social issues, this country generally always moves in a liberal direction. For the most part, freedom and liberty have expanded, not contracted.

Even fiscally, I don't see the country becoming more conservative. Has Social Security been privatized? Has Medicare been eliminated? Has the minimum wage decreased or been eliminated? George Bush left us with a much bigger and expensive government than the one given to him by Bill Clinton. If the country really wanted more conservatism, the opposite would have occurred.
I didn't admit Fox News is biased. I said "To all the libs who say Fox News is conservative".

You can't have it both ways. (Cons Fox News booming and the conservative movement dying)

Now if you were to asked me outright about Fox News? Their commentary (O'Reilly, Cavuto, Beck, Hannity) certainly leans to the right. Their news reporting however is as fair as it gets (Shepard Smith, Brit Hume, Bret Baier, Chris Wallace).

Conservatism isn't too dead because Rush Limbaugh just bought a new $75 million Gulfstream 550. That is a LOT of listeners.
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Old 07-20-2009, 02:52 AM
 
Location: Unperson Everyman Land
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i wonder if you fall a lot when walking.

Well if he or she does fall a lot when walking they had better get it taken care of now before the UHC entitlement shell game destroys health care in America.
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