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Reason #985-B To Think Ron Paul Sucks
My Undying Opposition To Ron Paul | 12/6/11 | Alan Levy

Posted on 12/06/2011 9:24:46 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama

There are many reasons to think Ron Paul is a bottom feeder. He refuses to support a Constitutional amendment to protect normal, heterosexual marriage. He voted to turn the United States military into a San Francisco bath house by repealing DADT. He wants to see drugs and prostitution legalized. He thinks Islamo-Nazi Iran should have a nuclear weapon. He surrounds himself with lunatics like Cindy Sheehan's love slave, Screwy Lewy Rockwell. In general, there isn't a sewer RuPaul (H/T: Mark Levin) isn't too proud to hunt for food in.

Then, there's this. From CBS News:

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"Libertarian Congressman Ron Paul is breaking with many of his fellow Republicans - among them his son Rand - to support the creation of the planned Islamic cultural center near the former site of the World Trade Center that has come to be known as the 'ground zero mosque.'

In a statement decrying 'demagogy' around the issue, the former Republican presidential candidate wrote late last week that "the debate should have provided the conservative defenders of property rights with a perfect example of how the right to own property also protects the 1st Amendment rights of assembly and religion by supporting the building of the mosque.'

'Instead, we hear lip service given to the property rights position while demanding that the need to be 'sensitive' requires an all-out assault on the building of a mosque, several blocks from 'ground zero,' Paul continues.

He goes on to argue that 'the neo-conservatives' who demand continual war in the Middle East and Central Asia...never miss a chance to use hatred toward Muslims to rally support for the ill conceived preventative wars."

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-503544_162-20014453-503544.html

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Yes, I know this is old news. No, I'm not breaking any new ground here. However, since Ol' Ru is running for President, this crap should be revisited. (Even Howard "YEAAAAAAAAH!" Dean thought this was a bad idea.)

I don't want to get involved in the technical legalities about whether or not this House of Hatred should or should not be built, since the developers don't seem to have the money for Lincoln Logs, let alone building a gazillion dollar insult. That was beaten to death last year and I don't feel like rehashing it. What I want to focus on is RuPaul's detestable attitude on the matter. (Which is eerirly similiar to Chariman Obama's and Nazi Pelosi's detestable attitude on the matter.)

The above snippet shows, once again, that RuPaul is NOT a Conservative, regardless of what his drug addict followers claim. He's basically an anarchist, and this little episode proves it.

Now, before we get started, I think it's appropriate to explain what I mean by anarchist. I'm not talking in this sense of a bomb-thowing V For Vendetta type. I'm talking about someone who believes they have the right to do what they please when they feel like doing it. That's what RuPaul is advocating here. This has nothing to do with "neo-conservative" war mongering or the religious rights of Muslims. (This is a bare-bones explanation of RuPaul's mentor Murray Rothbard's anarcho-capitalism, which basically states that society should allow individuals to do as they please as long as they can afford to do so.)

A Conservative doesn't believe in any of the above nonsense. A Conservative is a staunch defender of the individual and his rights, but the Conservative also believes in common sense and morality. For example, a Conservative would defend a bar owner's right to allow smoking in his bar, but a Conservative would fight tooth and nail to stop a strip club from opening next to an elementary school or a church. The Conservative fights for limited government, but never for anarchy. The Conservative also believes that while the individual has rights and those rights should be defended at all costs, the individual should use those rights in a responsible manner. In other words, the Conserative may very well want to give the social finger to the driver of a Smart Car with a "Obama 2012" bumper sticker, but he doesn't because he believes in a polite moral society.

Ladies and gentlemen, yes there's a fine line that often gets blurred when it comes to our rights, and I don't claim to have all the answers. But I will tell you this, I sure do understand our rights better than Ron Paul does.


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1 posted on 12/06/2011 9:24:53 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama
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To: LucyT; dixiechick2000; MestaMachine; Vanders9; RonBush; Eleutheria5; FlyingEagle; Clock King; ...

Ping!


2 posted on 12/06/2011 9:30:15 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: Absolutely Nobama

If he were elected and followed through on promises to eliminate the FED and slash 1.2 trillion from our indebtedness I would be happy.

Newtie and Mitty are phonies. Ron Paul is the real thing. With the ticket balanced with another Conservative it could win.


3 posted on 12/06/2011 9:30:51 AM PST by IbJensen (Ron Paul For President!)
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To: Absolutely Nobama

You can keep it, NEWT! :)


4 posted on 12/06/2011 9:30:57 AM PST by jd777
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To: Absolutely Nobama
...Your screen name almost fits, Absolutely no credibility is closer.
5 posted on 12/06/2011 9:32:29 AM PST by gargoyle (...Amendments 1 and 2, a well informed public and a well regulated militia...)
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To: Absolutely Nobama

RonPaul, all for homosexuals and thus is NOT a conservative.
And that’s just one reason out of many.


6 posted on 12/06/2011 9:32:42 AM PST by Darksheare (You will never defeat Bok Choy!)
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To: Absolutely Nobama
Ron Paul vs Gingrich and The Donald

Published: 06 December, 2011, 21:06

CLIP

Paul’s camp has upped the ante after releasing a video last week condemning Newt Gingrich as a serial flip-flopper; now they’ve gone after the party as a whole with a new ad that blasts the competition for failing to take the election seriously.

“What’s up with these sorry politicians?” asks an intense new 30-second clip released from Paul’s camp this week. “Lots of barks; when it’s show time, wimpy, like little Shih Tzus.”

It’s clear that the establishment is scared of Ron Paul, but aside from regulations and an exponentially growing Military Industrial Complex, Paul doesn’t seem scared of much. Like his latest video says, “Later, bureaucrats.”

Paul’s continuing surge in the polls is leaving his Republican competition in the dust, and as he picks up steam three weeks before the important Iowa caucuses begin, an increasingly powerful campaign can only help Congressman Ron Paul in his campaign for the presidency.

7 posted on 12/06/2011 9:32:55 AM PST by fight_truth_decay
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To: Absolutely Nobama

I don’t think you do understand our rights better than Ron Paul.

Our rights do not always make you warm and fuzzy.


8 posted on 12/06/2011 9:35:37 AM PST by camp_steveo
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To: IbJensen

That’s great if you don’t believe in little things like morals. As for me, I don’t believe in letting gays into the military. I believe in a Constitutional amendment to defend marriage from the Heathen Left. You know what else ? I don’t believe in legalizing drugs and prostitution.

Economics are vitally important, but what good is a strong economy if we end up turning into Sodom and Gamorrah ? Conservatism is much more than chanting “Smaller government! Lower taxes!”

Like I stated in the article, RuPaul is not a Conservative. Therefore, he’s not getting my vote.


9 posted on 12/06/2011 9:37:57 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: Absolutely Nobama

Paul obviously should run in a 3rd party, he doesn’t fit in today’s GOP.


10 posted on 12/06/2011 9:39:36 AM PST by ex-snook ("above all things, truth beareth away the victory")
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To: jd777

I don’t defend any of the candidates. They have paid shills to do that.


11 posted on 12/06/2011 9:40:30 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: jd777

I don’t defend any of the candidates. They have paid shills to do that.


12 posted on 12/06/2011 9:40:49 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: gargoyle

So, I take it you’re going along with the liberaltarian view of, “If it feels good, do it!” ?

Sorry, I believe in morals. This is why I’m a Conservative and RuPaul is not.


13 posted on 12/06/2011 9:43:39 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: Darksheare

Bingo!


14 posted on 12/06/2011 9:45:18 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: Absolutely Nobama

Ron Pauls gives bottom feeders a bad name!


15 posted on 12/06/2011 9:49:08 AM PST by Redleg Duke ("Madison, Wisconsin is 30 square miles surrounded by reality.", L. S. Dryfus)
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To: fight_truth_decay

Seeing how Newt Gingrich is leaving RuPaul in the dust, I’d have to say you’re not making much of a point.

Gingrich is not perfect, and quite frankly, he’s not getting my vote if Bachmann is still around when Florida gets to vote. However, if the choice came between RuPaul and Mitt Commie or RuPaul and Chairman Obama, I’d close my eyes and vote for RuPaul.

After I left the polling place, I’d start planning for 2016 and getting rid of the Liberaltarian.


16 posted on 12/06/2011 9:52:53 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: fight_truth_decay

Seeing how Newt Gingrich is leaving RuPaul in the dust, I’d have to say you’re not making much of a point.

Gingrich is not perfect, and quite frankly, he’s not getting my vote if Bachmann is still around when Florida gets to vote. However, if the choice came between RuPaul and Mitt Commie or RuPaul and Chairman Obama, I’d close my eyes and vote for RuPaul.

After I left the polling place, I’d start planning for 2016 and getting rid of the Liberaltarian.


17 posted on 12/06/2011 9:52:53 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: Absolutely Nobama

Sure, Nobama, you can pick up your check from HQ.


18 posted on 12/06/2011 9:55:36 AM PST by jd777
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To: Darksheare
Gays are voting conservatives too. Many of us have gay family members, friends and associates.

The gay rhetoric doesn't hold up for most when it comes to voting on GIGANTIC GOVERNMENT/ECONOMIC/SPENDING ISSUES.

Ron would win over many voters if he just stood up at one of these so-called debates and said with a quirky grin:

"No I don't look like him or him or her..I am not any where near as pretty..Agreed! But someday when you suddenly realize you are getting pretty much the same old same out of Washington; flip flopping between parties, you might give someone like me a chance. Determination I have, what I say is what you get. And as you can see, I am still here: so I can't be all that ugly to everyone[winks]

Guaranteed Replay.

[rough version]

19 posted on 12/06/2011 9:55:52 AM PST by fight_truth_decay
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To: ex-snook

With his massive ego, that’s coming.


20 posted on 12/06/2011 9:56:46 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: Redleg Duke

Great minds think alike, FRiend!


21 posted on 12/06/2011 9:58:52 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: camp_steveo

[ Our rights do not always make you warm and fuzzy. ]

Indeed, if you want a federal ban on Homosexuality how inthe heck are you going to enforce it without trampling on all sorts of other rights? Would the Department of Homeland security require everyone put a camera over their beds and in every rooms of their house so they can monitor everyone?

It is a double edged sword. I don’t think this should be a federal issue, I say leave it up to the states and local municipalities.

Wanting to ban consensual behavior between two adults on a federal level opens all sorts of pandora boxes concerning how much power you would be handing over to the feds.

As much as I find certain behaviors disgusting, asking the federal government to play Morality police never works as we found out during alcohol prohibition.


22 posted on 12/06/2011 10:07:29 AM PST by GraceG
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To: Darksheare
RonPaul, all for homosexuals and thus is NOT a conservative.

And that’s just one reason out of many.

That is one of the most ill-informed conclusions I have ever read. Ron Paul does not view it as the Federal Governement's place to dictate either morality or control personal behavior. I agree with this view. I am adamantly opposed to homosexuality, but I don't think it is the place of a Federal Government to say such. At the state level - Great, I'm all for it.

True Constitutional Conservatism, to me, is largely libertarian: less government, more freedoms. I tend to agree with Paul in this philosophy. I don't believe Paul wants to legalize drugs or prostitution or immoral behavior for the sake of allowing them to proliferate within our society. He wants the government the hell out of these decisions, thereby allowing states, communities and families to determine the correct course of action for themselves. What is wrong with that?

I am hanging out in Newt's corner, for now. I feel that Ron Paul has the best chance of resolving our fiscal nightmare. I also tend to grow a bit more libertarian (or Constitutionally Conservative) as I grow older. To me, Constitutional Conservatism is, by nature, largely Libertarian. Perhaps we all need to remember that.

23 posted on 12/06/2011 10:10:11 AM PST by RobertClark ("Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed")
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To: jd777

And how do we know you’re not a paid Paulbot ?

Newsflash for you: RuPaul is not God. He can be criticized like anyone else.


24 posted on 12/06/2011 10:11:41 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: GraceG

No one is calling for a federal ban on homosexuality, but RuPaul’s pro-gay “rights” stand is not Conservative.


25 posted on 12/06/2011 10:15:30 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: RobertClark

Really?
He voted to allow homosexuals to openly serve in the uniform.
He also said that heterosexuals cause more problems than homosexuals.
YOU are uninformed.


26 posted on 12/06/2011 10:15:30 AM PST by Darksheare (You will never defeat Bok Choy!)
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To: fight_truth_decay; RobertClark; Jim Robinson
"Gays are voting conservatives too. Many of us have gay family members, friends and associates."

Ron Paul supports homosexuality in the uniform.
Those of us who serve are not happy with that and how it went down.
If you truly believe what homosexuals tell you, you are more of a fool than anyone I have met yet.
Homosexuals will say one thing to your face, and then when they are with their 'partners' they behave completely different.
If you support the homosexual agenda you are anti-Constitution and you'll get the zot from FR!
FR is not the place to be pushing, supporting, or apologizing for homosexuality.
Courtesy ping to the Boss since I quoted him.

27 posted on 12/06/2011 10:23:46 AM PST by Darksheare (You will never defeat Bok Choy!)
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To: RobertClark

“I don’t believe Paul wants to legalize drugs or prostitution or immoral behavior for the sake of allowing them to proliferate within our society.”

Maybe not, but the results would be the same. The US would turn into Amsterdam.

Conservatism is not libertarianism.


28 posted on 12/06/2011 10:25:01 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: Absolutely Nobama
Ladies and gentlemen, yes there's a fine line that often gets blurred when it comes to our rights, and I don't claim to have all the answers. But I will tell you this, I sure do understand our rights better than Ron Paul does.

What determines Conservatism anymore? Socially Conservative, Fiscally Conservative, Constitutionally Conservative, All three? This is what we must determine if we are to put up a unified front. I don't know what the correct answer is for all of us, but I know what the correct answer is for me as I sit here and watch this great nation destroyed by an elitist federal government and a Federal Reserve that is beyond reproach.

Seeking the answer takes me back to the Constitution. I want government out of my personal decisions: what to eat, whether I may purchase firearms, where and how I can travel, what house I can build and where, the list is endless. Our endless parade of taxes and surcharges are killing us - all in the name of paying for an ever growing and ever stiffling government. Enough! The Constitution set forth the limits of government and for me, that is where the line is drawn.

Seeking to increase government intrusion on personal or states' rights in the name of morality or otherwise is by definition un-Constitutional. I want these decisions handled at the state, local or family level. I don't want the government to demand that all citizens own a firearm anymore than I want a government that says we cannot. The slippery slope was reached long ago when we moved away from Constitutional limits. The definiation of freedom for all will likely include accepting someone's right to engage in an act that we personally do not support. Does our right to end such acts supercede another's right to engage in them?

29 posted on 12/06/2011 10:25:16 AM PST by RobertClark ("Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed")
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To: Absolutely Nobama
I am not making a point to say I vote Paul. I am being fair and unbiased so giving another side out there. Can't debate all on the same side..or there is no debate. I have no clue who is my person, but am tired of the Old Republican Party who is Party of the Old Business As Usual in Washington.

And if Bush[a product from the Right] and Obama were playing a hand of poker; sad to say, I am afraid Mr. Bush would lose.

However, I believe anyone could under normal circumstances-here are the rules, no hitting below the belt etc-could beat Obama as when they get to the debates "under the rules of debate" Obama loses. When gloves are off, let the games really begin, the dirty game of politics-the Left will pull out all of the stops, as Pelosi has threatened to do with Newt, whether legal or not. Republicans call foul! Once it's put out there to be heard, there is no taking it back. Fiction turns to face. Debates are forgotten.

Remember, Newt used to be in the "dust"..Herman Cain unfortunately became dust--your point is?

Is this when the Palin supporters shout, "Sarah said she would run if there were no good candidates"?

How does The Donald play into the equation? Newt runs to meet with Trump, as did Palin, and even Hannity says he is honored to have Trump in interviews others can't get. Even Michele Bachmann says Trump would make the candidate list for her VP. Rush runs off to play golf with Trump.

Who seems to be holding the power here?

30 posted on 12/06/2011 10:25:39 AM PST by fight_truth_decay
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To: fight_truth_decay
face=fact
31 posted on 12/06/2011 10:27:13 AM PST by fight_truth_decay
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To: Absolutely Nobama

Ok - are you a voter? who are you supporting?


32 posted on 12/06/2011 10:27:40 AM PST by jd777
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To: jd777; Absolutely Nobama

Are these tough questions?


33 posted on 12/06/2011 10:38:19 AM PST by jd777
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To: jd777

Michele Bachmann.

Again, I’m not a shill. You can say whatever you want about her. I’m never going to convince you and you’re never going to convince me.


34 posted on 12/06/2011 10:41:02 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: RobertClark

Conservatism 101:

The United States was founded on Judeo-Christian values. It was not founded on secular humanist values.


35 posted on 12/06/2011 10:44:49 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: RobertClark

“Does our right to end such acts supercede another’s right to engage in them?”

That’s where morality comes in.


36 posted on 12/06/2011 10:47:18 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: Absolutely Nobama

Thanks for stating a position. But I don’t feel any need to smear Michelle.


37 posted on 12/06/2011 10:49:28 AM PST by jd777
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To: fight_truth_decay

I, for one, am quite bitter about the Cain debacle.


38 posted on 12/06/2011 10:55:10 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: Absolutely Nobama
Maybe not, but the results would be the same. The US would turn into Amsterdam.

Conservatism is not libertarianism.

So, what you are saying is that we must pass federal laws to protect ourselves and society from ourselves as we are incapable of making informed personal decisions or guiding ourselves at the state and local level?!? Nancy Pelosi and Michelle Obama would be so very proud of you. That is, afterall, the same argument they have been shovelling down our throats.

I never stated Conservatism and Libertarianism were identical. Constitutional Conservatism does share A LOT of the same views as Libertarianism. Perhaps small government, pro Constitional, pro-personal freedoms (including firearms), low tax, pro-property rights, pro-capitalism, and pro-personal responsibility viewpoint is not Conservative enough anymore. I guess, I never got the memo!

39 posted on 12/06/2011 10:57:14 AM PST by RobertClark ("Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed")
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To: GraceG

“I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it.”
~Thomas Jefferson


40 posted on 12/06/2011 11:04:59 AM PST by camp_steveo
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To: RobertClark

No, that’s not what I said at all. My main argument is this: Just because one has the right to do something, doesn’t always mean they should do it. Again, that’s where morality comes into play.

Government has a part to play in this. That’s why we have laws against murder, theft, polygamy, etc.

Now does this mean I believe government should be running our lives ? Of course not. But there must be a line that can’t be crossed.


41 posted on 12/06/2011 11:10:54 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: camp_steveo

Eliminating the US Dept of Education would go a long wayus towards undoing the damage the LGBT lobby has done.


42 posted on 12/06/2011 11:18:04 AM PST by GraceG
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To: camp_steveo; All

I don’t think you or Ron Paul come close to understanding the true nature of our unalienable rights or of their source or you wouldn’t have such a cavalier attitude toward disregarding or waiving them. Our unalienable rights come directly from God!! Government simply does not have the constitutional authority or legal power to abridge, curtail or deny them.

NOTICE:

Do not come out pushing for the warm and fuzzy “gay rights” agenda on FR. The gay agenda is a full frontal attack on our God-given, first amendment guaranteed rights to freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of association and our unalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness—free of government intrusion, intervention or bullying!! These constitution hating, liberty hating, God hating yahoos would ban the bible and jail preachers for speaking out about their sinful perversions! Their agenda includes thought crimes and hate crimes for speaking out against homosexualism. Includes making outrageous demands on employers, schools, churches, the military, even private associations like the Boy Scouts to accept their evil godless perversions and repugnant and unwholesome, unhealthy lifestyles. They’d like to be free to prey on our youth both physically and mentally in our schools, churches, playgrounds, scout clubs, movies, TV, books, magazines, etc., and to employ the cover of government to enforce their demands against OUR rights and freedoms. And this under the banner of constitutional rights? Give me a break! This does not square with the Founders concept of Liberty, the Constitution, or the Declaration of Independence and I sincerely doubt it represents the true will of God!!

Not even close!!

Their extra-constitutional group “gay rights” end where my individual God-given unalienable rights begin!!

You can pry my bible, my gun, my keyboard, my Liberty and my unalienable rights from my cold dead fingers!!

Ron Paul supporters (or anyone else) who push this evil anti-constitutional “gay rights” crap on FR will no longer be freepers. And that is a guaranfreepingteed fact!!

To hell with Ron Paul and his idiotic unconstitutional gay rights advocacy and his idiotic hard on against Israel!!

Ron Paul and his legions of flaming paultard spam monkeys can KMA!!


43 posted on 12/06/2011 11:24:37 AM PST by Jim Robinson (Rebellion is brewing!! Impeach the corrupt Marxist bastard!!)
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To: Darksheare
"Gays are voting conservatives too. Many of us have gay family members, friends and associates."

My cousin is a gay man living with another gay man for 40 years. He votes Republican/conservative, as does his partner. I have several extended family friends who are gay--very private people. I am proud to call them close friends/family--so shoot me.

I have no agenda, just the opposite; am just stating I do not make that my main issue in casting a vote or whether I would support Mr. Paul or not. I am undecided. I have absolutely no clue at this point.

You say: "Homosexuals will say one thing to your face, and then when they are with their 'partners' they behave completely different."

Then you must know a gay couple[s]very well to say that? ;)

I believe it is up to the church to decide on whom they marriage in a church ceremony. You also might like to know the family member and partner in comment is against "gay marriage". But you have the stereotype down as you want to believe it. He often jokes about it. Legally they have wills, and to say you cannot visit a gay partner as a next of kin is also wrong he says having had that experience when one of them was very ill.

I see you notified Jim
I am just a guest in Jim's home, agreed. And I believe over the many years I have been a good & courteous guest and contributor.

Have a good day.. Darksheare. Will stay clear of your posts from now on.

44 posted on 12/06/2011 11:29:45 AM PST by fight_truth_decay
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To: IbJensen
. Ron Paul is the real thing.

May be, but what kind of "thing"? He is also one of the five Republicans to vote for repealing DADT, and he specifically and vocally for homosexuals in the military.

So he is a "real thing" but a thing that is not for Constiutitonal principles.

45 posted on 12/06/2011 11:37:47 AM PST by little jeremiah (We will have to go through hell to get out of hell.)
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To: Jim Robinson

On the money, Boss! On the money!


46 posted on 12/06/2011 11:45:05 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: fight_truth_decay

LOL.
You try to claim homosexuality is okay, then you run away when called on it.
See post 43 by the way.


47 posted on 12/06/2011 11:46:24 AM PST by Darksheare (You will never defeat Bok Choy!)
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To: GraceG

Agreed whole heartedly.


48 posted on 12/06/2011 11:47:30 AM PST by Absolutely Nobama (Chairman Obama And Ron Paul Are Sure Signs The Republic Is In Serious Trouble. God Help Us All.)
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To: Jim Robinson

I totally disagree with pushing the homosexual agenda.

However, I completely agree with FREEDOM!

Do what you will, but I choose FREEDOM!

I served my country and my brothers died by my side for freedom, NOT for thought police!

I will continue to post here at the Free Republic because I believe in FREEDOM!


49 posted on 12/06/2011 11:51:30 AM PST by camp_steveo
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To: camp_steveo

So fags in the military and a mosque at Ground Zero are fine with you?


50 posted on 12/06/2011 11:56:46 AM PST by little jeremiah (We will have to go through hell to get out of hell.)
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