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  1. First, I didn't write this post. It's sad that you are so miserable and looking for opportunities to spew your toxic venom. I've definitely got your attention - LOL - because if not, you would scroll on by, but you can't resist a chance to be nasty. You may not need a philosopher, but you definitely need a good dose of "good cheer" for a healthier life. You could not possibly think I care how YOU label me. LOL!!!! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and your crew.
  2. As recently as September, Trump’s popularity on the American Right perplexed our nation and was considered “inexplicable” by bastions of conservative values. The Dallas Morning News, in refusing to offer him an endorsement, noted that “Trump is—or has been—at odds with nearly every GOP ideal this newspaper holds dear.” Even today there’s widespread confusion on both sides of the political aisle as to what the Republican Party stands for and how an authoritarian-like Trump became its leader. Moreover, the few explanations that have been offered are facile, improbable and politically convenient—e.g. “Barack Obama led to the rise of Trump.” But there is an explanation. We can better understand how the “Party of Liberty” end up with Donald Trump as its standard-bearer by starting with a lesser known insight offered by the political philosopher Friedrich Hayek. Hayek helps us understand how the rhetoric of freedom fanned the flames of extreme conservatism; He argued that ... Click HERE to continue reading
  3. I thought you wrote that because you wanted a response. So saying it's cool was simply that. It wasn't sarcastic, nice-nasty, or any of the like. I was acknowledging your comment. Why the hostility?
  4. I don't need bias confirmation for any theory or opinion. You responded by saying, "We do question..." and I asked if you felt that is the overall stance of supporters. I'm not sure how the need for bias confirmation was a possible conclusion. I actually don't mind a differing opinion, I think that's healthy communication, however, when it turns to insults and all that I just fall back because that's not who I am. I actually think we have a poor choice all around for the election so I haven't endorsed anyone and have written stuff on both of them.
  5. LOL!!!! This is what I do.... " lie, commit violence and break the law in order to DECEIVE both supporters and opponents alike"...??? LOL, since you don't know me your opinion of who you think I am doesn't really matter. And... of course, I am already having fun living life. As I have stated many times before, I am open to hearing other points of views and the like, but I won't waste time trying to convince you of anything and therefore you have no clue how much fun I am about to have ..... Unfortunately, it won't include you.
  6. Video Video 2 Video 3 No need to respond with "Clinton has dumb supporters too" because we already know that. They both do.
  7. @Jostler Actually, I don't remember seeing it this morning. It's funny that you assume you and anyone that thinks like you are the majority. The pieces I write are always a hit - LOL - whether you agree with them or not. You don't want an answer anyway. Questions and answers - in my world - are for those whose mind isn't closed to another way of thinking. You don't want dialogue because you already have all the answers, right? At least in your world 😃
  8. @Tarmalen When I mentioned your stance... I was referencing when you said "we" question everything.... I know you are saying that you do, but do you feel as if most do as well?
  9. @Ukshep That sounds like it could be true... Going for the shock factor. It's working
  10. @Tarmalen But do you feel that your stance is the majority? That most question....
  11. @Tigerlilly Your response is true for some but others attempt to justify every action. It's cool to say that was wrong or I disagree without changing the candidate you're voting for. It seems that Trump supporters more than Clinton supporters feel that would be disloyal. But, I definitely understand your point.
  12. Is Donald Trump running a presidential campaign or leading a cult? The Republican nominee is telling voters he alone can solve all their problems and millions of proud supporters have unquestioned trust in his leadership. The “all in” mentality that questions nothing is one of the telltale signs of a cult. This is not a presidential campaign based on policies; instead, it is more like a well thought out “them against us” conspiracy. Unlike any previous campaign, Trump followers refuse to question anything he says and senselessly defends any of his actions. It is rare for anyone to believe everything a politician says because it is their job to influence by any means necessary, however, this breed .... ClicK HERE to continue reading