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Horrido
17 Sep 04,, 06:09
compassion, sensitivity, inclusiveness...

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/040916/480/wvrs10309162250

Let me know when an equivalent reverse can be found.

TruthSpeak
17 Sep 04,, 14:21
compassion, sensitivity, inclusiveness...

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/040916/480/wvrs10309162250

Let me know when an equivalent reverse can be found.

I doubt you will find one.

Liberals are only compassionate when it comes to using other people's money. They dont really have a compassionate bone in their body....they are only compassionate in situations where:

1. Something will get done for them.
2. Their wallet will get bigger.
3. They can persuade votes.
4. Someone they hate has done something they thing they can choose an alternate side on for political gain.

By the way, these 4 things is the frame John Kerry is built on.

List
17 Sep 04,, 21:52
1. Something will get done for them.
2. Their wallet will get bigger.
3. They can persuade votes.
4. Someone they hate has done something they thing they can choose an alternate side on for political gain.

So what you're saying is that Democrats and Republicans are the same. Good to know.

TruthSpeak
17 Sep 04,, 23:33
So what you're saying is that Democrats and Republicans are the same. Good to know.

Not at all.

Confed999
18 Sep 04,, 00:59
That's just sad. Good example of the difference in attitudes, Horrido.

ChrisF202
18 Sep 04,, 15:10
I saw another video (from Everett, Washington) where there was a Kerry supporter and a Bush supporter standing side by side waving banners and the like. Then out of no where, the Kerry supporter turns around and starts screaming at the Bush supporter, takes his sign away and starts pushing him ... all in plain view of a cop, needless to say I belive he spent time in a holding cell.

I have also heard of people who have the Bush-Cheny '04 Bumper Stickers on their cars that they have Kerry supporters come up to them, scream at them, damage their cars, etc


To do this and to rip up a sign being held by a 3 year old sickens me, do these people have any morals or values ... o wait I forgot, if your a republican or a conservative you have no morals as you are the most evil group of people on Earth who are baby killers, dicatator supporters and the like so therefore all their actions would be justified. (PS: that was me making fun of the liberals lol :biggrin: )

Confed999
18 Sep 04,, 18:39
To do this and to rip up a sign being held by a 3 year old sickens me
I agree. They assulted a child, over politics, it's a grim picture of liberalism to say the least.

griftadan
20 Sep 04,, 02:50
I saw another video (from Everett, Washington) where there was a Kerry supporter and a Bush supporter standing side by side waving banners and the like. Then out of no where, the Kerry supporter turns around and starts screaming at the Bush supporter, takes his sign away and starts pushing him ... all in plain view of a cop, needless to say I belive he spent time in a holding cell...

LOL, i bet he then complained about his constitutional right to assembly being violated by the patriot act

ChrisF202
20 Sep 04,, 15:28
LOL, i bet he then complained about his constitutional right to assembly being violated by the patriot act
Dont joke .... id say theres about a 90% chance that he did say that lol

barrowaj
20 Sep 04,, 20:10
I doubt you will find one.

Liberals are only compassionate when it comes to using other people's money. They dont really have a compassionate bone in their body....they are only compassionate in situations where:

1. Something will get done for them.
2. Their wallet will get bigger.
3. They can persuade votes.
4. Someone they hate has done something they thing they can choose an alternate side on for political gain.

By the way, these 4 things is the frame John Kerry is built on.You are absolutely delluding yourself. By pointing to a few examples of bad behavior you try to make broad generalizations about everyone. I have several friends that like to argue this way. Sadly it often works, especially when you have a sympathetic audience. The same line of thinking is what leads people to be racist. And by your post, you sound like another political bigot.

Having worked for habitat for humanity and homeless shelters I can tell you that most of the people there (students that I have talked to at least) would identify themselves as liberal. I don't think that any of those four points would apply to the people who I worked along side of.

TruthSpeak
21 Sep 04,, 04:01
You are absolutely delluding yourself. By pointing to a few examples of bad behavior you try to make broad generalizations about everyone. I have several friends that like to argue this way. Sadly it often works, especially when you have a sympathetic audience. The same line of thinking is what leads people to be racist. And by your post, you sound like another political bigot.

Having worked for habitat for humanity and homeless shelters I can tell you that most of the people there (students that I have talked to at least) would identify themselves as liberal. I don't think that any of those four points would apply to the people who I worked along side of.

What do people at homeless shelters usually want:

1. someone to do something for them (thats why they are there).
2. The government to make their pockets bigger (they are on welfare right?)

Two is enough.

Confed999
22 Sep 04,, 01:23
habitat for humanity
I've worked on between 20 and 30 of those myself. :) Ever meet Jimmy? I was invited to meet him, but I'm still mad at him for Iran, so I figured it best not to. :tongue:

barrowaj
22 Sep 04,, 05:47
I've worked on between 20 and 30 of those myself. :) Ever meet Jimmy? I was invited to meet him, but I'm still mad at him for Iran, so I figured it best not to. :tongue:
No, never got to see Jimmy Carter. The guy is one of my favorite presidents though. I really think he got the short end of the stick when it came to the hostage crisis. He really did everything possible to see that the hostages were freed. It is pretty unjust though that Reagan gets credit for freeing them, when they were freed on the day of his innauguration. That Ayatollah really makes me pissed.

Confed999
22 Sep 04,, 05:58
The guy is one of my favorite presidents though.
I think he's a good diplomat, but I don't see his presidency as much. Out of respect for you, I'll just leave it at that. ;)

It is pretty unjust though that Reagan gets credit for freeing them,
I don't think it was Reagan, more like just a Republican. They knew the difference in response would have been small failed rescue vs. bombs and troops.