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Diane - posted on 03/21/2010 ( 136 moms have responded )

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I am new to Circle of Moms and have been going into many different groups to see what it's all about. Last night I unfortunately checked out the ObamaMama group. It surprised me as to the level of hatred they have for Republicans and Christians so I left a few comments to challenge statements that were made. I have been asked not to come back. :) In other words I was banned.

One girl said that she would never vote Republican because we are not the party for the little people. She said that the Republican Party was full of rich white old men who were racists. What a joke. It shows her ignorance about our party and the real truth about hers.

We should be proud of our track record. i left this information for them......obviously they did not appreciate it.

Here are some facts, some might really surprise you.

In 1865, Congressional Republicans unanimously backed the 13th Amendment, which made slavery unconstitutional. Among Democrats, 63 percent of senators and 78 percent of House members voted: "No."

In 1866, 94 percent of GOP senators and 96 percent of GOP House members approved the 14th Amendment, guaranteeing all Americans equal protection of the law. Every congressional Democrat voted: "No."

February 28, 1871: The GOP Congress passed the Enforcement Act, giving black voters federal protection.

February 8, 1894: Democratic President Grover Cleveland and a Democratic Congress repealed the GOP's Enforcement Act, denying black voters federal protection.

January 26, 1922: The U.S. House adopted Rep. Leonidas Dyer's (R., Mo.) bill making lynching a federal crime. Filibustering Senate Democrats killed the measure.

May 17, 1954: As chief justice, former three-term governor Earl Warren (R., Calif.) led the U.S. Supreme Court's desegregation of government schools via the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision. GOP President Dwight Eisenhower's Justice Department argued for Topeka, Kansas's black school children. Democrat John W. Davis, who lost a presidential bid to incumbent Republican Calvin Coolidge in 1924, defended "separate but equal" classrooms.

May 6, 1960: Eisenhower signs the GOP's 1960 Civil Rights Act after it survived a five-day, five-hour filibuster by 18 Senate Democrats.

July 2, 1964: Democratic President Johnson signed the 1964 Civil Rights Act after former Klansman Robert Byrd's 14-hour filibuster and the votes of 22 other Senate Democrats (including Tennessee's Al Gore, Sr.) failed to scuttle the measure. Illinois Republican Everett Dirksen rallied 26 GOP senators and 44 Democrats to invoke cloture and allow the bill's passage. According to John Fonte in the January 9, 2003, National Review, 82 percent of Republicans so voted, versus only 66 percent of Democrats.
True, Senator Barry Goldwater (R., Ariz.) opposed this bill the very year he became the GOP's presidential standard-bearer. However, Goldwater supported the 1957 and 1960 Civil Rights Acts and called for integrating Arizona's National Guard two years before Truman desegregated the military. Goldwater feared the 1964 Act would limit freedom of association in the private sector, a controversial but principled libertarian objection rooted in the First Amendment rather than racial hatred.

June 29, 1982: President Ronald Reagan signed a 25-year extension of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.


The Republican party also is the home of numerous "firsts." Among them:

Until 1935, every black federal legislator was Republican. America's first black U.S. Representative, South Carolina's Joseph Rainey, and our first black senator, Mississippi's Hiram Revels, both reached Capitol Hill in 1870. On December 9, 1872, Louisiana Republican Pinckney Benton Stewart "P.B.S." Pinchback became America's first black governor.


August 8, 1878: GOP supply-siders may hate to admit it, but America's first black Collector of Internal Revenue was former U.S. Rep. James Rapier (R., Ala.).

October 16, 1901: GOP President Theodore Roosevelt invited to the White House as its first black dinner guest Republican educator Booker T. Washington. The pro-Democrat Richmond Times newspaper warned that consequently, "White women may receive attentions from Negro men." As Toni Marshall wrote in the November 9, 1995, Washington Times, when Roosevelt sought reelection in 1904, Democrats produced a button that showed their presidential nominee, Alton Parker, beside a white couple while Roosevelt posed with a white bride and black groom. The button read: "The Choice Is Yours."

GOP presidents Gerald Ford in 1975 and Ronald Reagan in 1982 promoted Daniel James and Roscoe Robinson to become, respectively, the Air Force's and Army's first black four-star generals.

November 2, 1983: President Reagan established Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday as a national holiday, the first such honor for a black American.

President Reagan named Colin Powell America's first black national-security adviser while GOP President George W. Bush appointed him our first black secretary of state.

President G.W. Bush named Condoleezza Rice America's first black female NSC chief, then our second (consecutive) black secretary of State. Just last month, one-time Klansman Robert Byrd and other Senate Democrats stalled Rice's confirmation for a week. Amid unanimous GOP support, 12 Democrats and Vermont Independent James Jeffords opposed Rice — the most "No" votes for a State designee since 14 senators frowned on Henry Clay in 1825.

The facts.............. it was Republicans who fought to end slavery, while the Democrats fought for States rights and keeping slavery alive. It was the Democrats who fought FOR segregation and as a percentage more Republicans voted for the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

It was Wallace a Democratic leader in the 60’swho was credited with saying, “Segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever.”

This is the history that isn’t taught in our schools. It was J. Edgar Hoover head of the FBI who wiretapped MLK. Who gave him permission? Robert Kennedy, a Democrat.

I can say this……I don’t think a former KKK member has ever been elected to a high office in the Republican party. Do you know of any?

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Isobel - posted on 03/13/2012

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corporations are in charge of America anyway...it doesn't matter who's in office, they can only do what the lobbyists will let them do.

Brittany - posted on 03/13/2012

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As a registered Democrat, let me share something (and No I am not going on a hate rant here)......EVERYONE should vote for the people who have the best interest of the country in mind....PERIOD. Ignore my Obama photo because, what I am going to say may seem outlandish but, here is the truth;



EVERY LAST PERSON INVOLVED IN RUNNING THIS COUNTRY SHOULD BE DOWN RIGHT ASHAMED OF THEMSELVES!



Every single last one. Old Presidents and New (Yes, you Obama), should be embarrassed to say you are here to represent your people and to take charge and care for them.



I know a thing or two about politics, I have taken more classes on it then any one person should ever take.



We have elderly people here who have to choose between medicine and food, children going to bed every night hungry, people working two or three jobs to take care of the bills, no help for our veterans and what do we have on capital hill?



A BUNCH OF OLD MEN ARGUING ABOUT TAXES, ABORTION AND GAY MARRIAGE!



You should all be fired and replaced with people who have a heart. Any politician should do what is right for his or her country not, their wallets. Many of them make more money in a year then most of us will make in our life time.



It is not about who is right or who is wrong. These two parties have flip flopped on their views more times then you or I could shake a stick.



We ALL are the ones paying for the foolishness of bitter old men.



ASHAMED at ALL politicians (including you Obama!)



SIDE NOTE:

I have nothing against Republicans and often find myself agreeing with some of the ideas they have stated. I would never partake in disrespecting the other party, as I would hope none of you ladies would lower yourself to partake in bashing a Democrat. It is ok to disagree it is not ok to disrespect someone for not agreeing with you. That being said I apologize to Diane for anything that knucklehead said to you. She is obviously uneducated on the subject and should not have opened her flapper. Politics is a cruel world.

Brooke - posted on 06/06/2010

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In terms of views and beliefs, Democrats always claim to be so open minded but when you look at Republicans and Democrats on paper it's easy to see that not only do Republican beliefs and views make more sense but they're much more open and forgiving than people make them out to be. In addition to that, Democrats are down right mean when you don't agree with them. They attack you with emotion and opinion rather that rational and facts and they are not tactful!

Virginia - posted on 04/02/2010

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Jennifer Bulpitt--not everyone receiving gov't assistance of some sort is lazy. Many have no other option esp. since churches have failed to do their biblicaly assigned roles in supporting those who can not support themselves due to disability, abandonment, etc.

Diane--Glad to see you point out the same.

I live in subsidized housing, solely on my child support (no cash assistance), which is insufficient to cover our needs but having been ignored by Drs for years because they can't figure it out and unable to bring the courts to acknowledge I am currently unable to work (with the bonus of them degrading me for having a protection from abuse order against my ex because he physically assaulted our daughter and due to threats/stalking) I have been unable to get a fair amount (he's been employed again since mid oct so hopefully this month they will raise it some--esp since they didn't give 3 months notice this time so he could request a layoff). Try living on roughly 500 a month while people belittle you for getting FS and subsidized housing and tell you your lazy when you can barely do the minimum to keep your house clean and take care of your kids. It's really rude to insult people based on perceptions. Only a small percentage of those receiving gov't benefits are the type to leach and attempt to live life long this way. The last number I saw was less than 30% of recipients being a leach most recipients just need help for a little while.

Laura - posted on 03/21/2010

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Welcome to COM and welcome to yet another place online where there is ignorance and hate. It's very frustrating because as great as things like this are they can also be a tool to keep the hate and anger alive no matter how wrong it is. I was shocked when I first came on too and now I see it as very sad. Very sad that people are so very angry at things and people that they no very little to nothing about for very selfish reasons. We all (dems and reps.) live in the same country and have the same basic goals (succeed and be happy) but have different ways of going about achieving that. Nothing is perfect but living together in this country requires some give and take, which takes listening and compromising. We don't seem to be able to do this on any level and it truely concerns me. Imagine if we all had some integrity and gave people the respect that humans should have for each other despite the fact that their ideas don't match up with our own or our ideas don't match up with theirs. It seems to be the in thing to be a hater especially about Republican/Cons. and Christians. As a member of both these groups I've just decided not to get involved, it's pointless. Some of the haters are actually intelligent but if you have the need to do the popular thing well I see it as immature. If a person likes to represent themselves that way and live their life with that anger I really don't question why it is that they are where they are in life and have things to complain about. I'm not going to participate anymore with that but I do find it sad and see it as one source of alot that has gone wrong. I don't even know if any of this makes sense but I know how you're feeling.

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Hannah - posted on 04/11/2012

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Oh my gosh! I am stealing your facts for some of my own arguments! Thanks for sharing these!

Isobel - posted on 03/16/2012

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cause back then the freedom fighters were trying to get the Russians out of Afghanistan

Isobel - posted on 03/16/2012

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"squashed" long before Bush got there? ...wait a minute, you do know that Osama Bin Laden was one of the freedom fighters funded by America during Reagan's presidency...right?

Brittany - posted on 03/16/2012

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Debbie, I apologize for misspelling your name. That it what I get for typing and not wearing my glasses LOL!

Brittany - posted on 03/16/2012

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Debiie, if you would like to look at it from a Machiavellian point of view, our President (Democrat or Republican) should do what is in the best interest of the country, thus advancing his or her own personal gain. This IS the way it should work. The elected officials should be on the same page with his or her people. Just like a business, someone is not going to start a business because, they have nothing else to do. They (should!) have an interest to provide a service to the public, with their own personal gain involved. Let me STRESS here, there is nothing wrong with having a personal gain involved. When you put your personal gain ahead of helping those in need, that is when there is an issue.



We must also take into account what a President walks into when he or she is elected into the office. They must FIRST start to clean up what the last President left. I am not trying to displace blame or say anyone should not take credit for their mistakes but, that is the truth.



To get right down to it there NEVER should have been 9/11 (may those rest in peace) or a war PERIOD! The men involved in such acts against humanity should have been squashed long before President Bush Jr. got in there. This, once again, is another example of Government dropping the ball (Dem and Repub are both to blame for this).



I am a full-time Nursing Student with three children and I also work part-time (usually 25 to 30 hrs) and I do receive some federal assistance because, without it I would be stuck in a dead end job not being able to pay my bills. I will be the first to admit that the SNAP program has gotten WAY out of hand. I work for a grocery store and there are times that I am appalled! Even though I receive help, I still pay my taxes. This, yet again, another example of Government dropping the ball all together. This should have been fixed years and years ago but, no one ever did anything about it. Just like health care, should have been taken care of YEARS ago but, never was.



P.S. I am not and do not want to start a war on people who get SNAP or Food Stamps. I do know people who need them and use them like they should but, sadly I come into contact with people who are to lazy to get a job or go to school. I know it can be done. I work and go to school full time with three kids.

Krista - posted on 03/14/2012

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Unfortunately, that's a major problem with the U.S. electoral system -- it costs SO much money to run for President, that it is inevitable that the major candidates will owe a LOT of people a LOT of favours by the time they get into office.



And I agree with you, Brittany. It is obscene that with the shaky economy, failing public schools, and people going bankrupt over medical bills, that legislators are focusing on Americans' bedroom activities. They really need to be told to get the HELL out of America's bedrooms and focus on fixing the REAL problems.

**Jackie** - posted on 03/13/2012

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Brittany, despite your picture...I couldn't agree with you more. I have yet to find a president that I agree with completely but this is my country and I am here to stay.



I don't like our president, but I respect him.

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Brittany, great response. It is very easy to get caught up in political rants - on both sides - and the truth is, it's only the LOUD voices that get the attention, even if they are in a minority. Not to say that minorities don't have rights (don't misconstrue my meaning), but democracy is about majority vote, and I don't believe that very many of our elected representatives speak for US at all. They have their own interests at stake - their own agendas - and I don't know anyone who feels they are adequately represented in government.



Government has come a long way from being OF the people, BY the people, and FOR the people...

America3437 - posted on 03/12/2012

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This is the problem in America!! What happen to "One Nation Under God"? Hell the average American could do better than these clowns we have to choose from! Who cares what party they follow! UNITE AMERICA!!!!!!!

Shannon Cassidy- - posted on 03/08/2012

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I left this site awhile ago , I came back for now atleast. Diane you aswell as I have found out you can not reason with those women and there is no point in even trying , Their right and your not in their eyes we are always wrong , I also saw that post as well if I am rich the Good Lord is holding out on me cause I have no idea where my money is LOL. No matter how much it makes you mad reading their crap just remeber their always right. Atleast thats what they tell me.

Pamela - posted on 01/24/2012

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Yeah I don't think that's really true. You have haters on both sides of the aisle. I think the reality is we all care about others. We just don't always agree on the how to practically walk that out.

Luz - posted on 01/24/2012

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It has been my experience, that if you don't agree with a liberal then they want no part of you; They don't seem to care about anyone's rights but that of other liberals, such hypocrisy. And yes, I believe that they are the biggest haters of all.

Rosie - posted on 12/29/2011

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lol, he was affiliated with neither party and voted for whom he thought was the best candidate. he also spoke of voting for JFK, and would've again if he hadn't been assasinated. he thought "negros should be more independent voters, it would give them more bargaining powers"

his own words...not someone elses misconstrued attempt at making him something he wasn't. http://books.google.com/books?id=qW-NYdI... pg 364, and 384

Tammy - posted on 03/07/2011

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I can't remember who said it off the top of my head (think founding father-ish?) something about how the two who end up running against one another should not be too different lest it cause huge swings one way to another in how our country is run from one administration to another. That said, they were thinking about candidates who wanted to follow the Constitution and stay as close to it as possible. Now we have become so polarized between the left and the right that it has created a very volatile situation. The perverbial powder keg. One the one hand are those wanted to get back to being close to the Constitution and on the other the ones who want to ditch it completely.

Add that to the way the world seems to be cracking right down the middle and I'm just waitin' 'till Jesus comes. :) They can call us Jesus freaks and nut cases all they want to but the Bible has been correct so far.

Brenda - posted on 03/07/2011

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Woah - reading these posts reflect my experiences here and at other websites where liberals and conservatives mingle. Its a shame really. I consider debating to be the biggest waste of time. I wasted a lot of my time trying to reason with the lefties, but I now realize that there are two very different sets of values that reside here in the US and abroad and I believe that the "center" is going to go the way of the dinosaurs and there will be no one who can mend the rift but Jesus. Pray he comes again soon.

Gina - posted on 03/07/2011

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I know what you mean about the suggested conversations on the right side of the page. It seems that is their last resort to get us to debate with them, since they have chased us all away. I don't even have a desire to debate, it's not going to change anything.

Tammy - posted on 03/07/2011

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You're not the only one to receive the "shock and awe" from the liberal progressives in this "community".:) It's still going on:)



On a side note, they really circulate these posts around don't they? The section on the right on my screen pulls up suggested conversations and some of them are REALLY old. Some of them are good though:)

Alicia - posted on 06/25/2010

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LOL! I love it!! Unfortunately, these people who elected our current administration choose not to think for themselves. They believe the rhetoric and everyting liberal TV tells them. They simply won't accept the facts because liberal TV preaching the agenda they want to hear. It's a sad commentary on our country.

Brooke - posted on 06/17/2010

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One is PLENTY! It really kind of sucks that it can't be nice debates thought. I guess I'm too nice! Haha! I honestly wasn't expecting that when I joined that group. I was shocked...to say the least.

Isobel - posted on 06/17/2010

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I agree with you on that :) And I must say I am happy that more conservative voices are being heard on PDM, when there is only one it does start to feel like that person is being ganged up on. I often avoid those "debates". I know that when I started on PDM there were more conservatives than liberals, and I often felt picked on.

My point was with my OP on this thread though, was that if we all start posting our opinions over here, and conservatives all start posting on the liberal groups...we just end up with several PDMs...and I think one is more than enough lol.

Brooke - posted on 06/17/2010

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I was unaware of the uhm...how do you say, situation between Diane and the abortion thing and everyone else until I joined that community. I joined it because I LOVE debating with those who think and believe differently than me. I want to learn more about other view points, it's interesting to me. When I think of a good old fashion debate...well, let's just say it wasn't what was goin on over there. I mean, you don't see politicians debating like that! The funny thing is, if you dig down deep to the root of issues you'll tend to find that no matter what you believe there is more common ground that you would think. 8)

Isobel - posted on 06/17/2010

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This whole thread was about Diane invading Obama Mamas and debating...guess what...abortion. It is only a war zone over there because certain people refuse to keep on topic, we have had many civil conversations over there. Unfortunately, it seems that some hostile comments were made on both sides and now it is out of control. I suppose, perhaps it is the nature of the beast...we all start out trying to learn from each other, but nobody really listens...they just try to prove their own point over and over again. It is interesting though ;P

Brooke - posted on 06/17/2010

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I have never been to Obama Mamas...I'm not looking for a fight and I know it would probably just piss me off. I had never even been to political debating moms until Diane told me about it and holy cow...what a war zone!

Isobel - posted on 06/17/2010

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Out of respect, I believe I will refrain...because I know my opinions are not what is intended to be a part of this page...this page is a safe place for conservatives to come and discuss their viewpoints without being attacked or mocked by the other side.

It may surprise you to find that I am not an "Obama Mama"...I really don't consider myself one. I do however believe that they have the right to have a safe place to discuss their feelings and beliefs without fear of being mocked or belittled either.

:)

Isobel - posted on 06/17/2010

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Since you guys are all so proud of the comments that were made on Obama Mamas...does that mean you have opened up your page for liberal comments? I'm sure not...I have been there and it doesn't end well ;)

Brooke - posted on 06/15/2010

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Political Debating Mom's? I didn't know there was such a group!!! AHHHH! I'm on it! 8)

Diane - posted on 06/15/2010

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Brooke get your fanny to Political Debating moms and voice the truth. LOL Why let them run you away? I am not alone there anymore, other great moms have jumped aboard and they need to hear and see what the truth is.

Brooke - posted on 06/14/2010

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That's all Democrats know how to do in order to defend their beliefs! Bash and insult! The reason why is because what that party stands for makes NO sense! I've went and read some of their conversations and have been SOOO tempted to comment but I have always decided against it, they are not worth getting huffy and puffy over. You will never ever ever get your point across. They are like 2 year olds that think they know everything even though they sound RIDICULOUS! There are so many things about that party I will never understand. Abortion is okay but they are SOOO against hunting and jump through hoops to protect animals. No wars but they want freedom, choice and safety! NONE OF IT MAKES SENSE! I will never understand and neither will any of you. That party is such a joke to me, I just have to laugh. They call themselves open minded but man, the second you disagree with them they get SOOO angry and freak out...it's hillarious! Waste of time. I'm just going to let them wallow in their ignorance. =)

Diane - posted on 06/10/2010

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Amen to that Brooke. I am debating a bunch of left wingers on Political Debating Moms.....and I have my hands full let me tell ya. I am bashed unmercifully. I stand my ground however and will not give up. I could use some more help.

Beth - posted on 06/06/2010

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Diane,
I have been a republican voter since I turned 18 and was able to vote, infact I voted for Bush...I am very proud of that vote! I didn't know all of those facts you presented, but I knew what I believed in and still believe in...THAT is what makes me a republican. I am so happy for you that you told those Obama mommas how it really is, so many people choose to have certain political views just because that's all they know ( thats what their parents are or friends are) Personally niether of my parents have ever voted. I just took a look at what each party stood for and decided from there. It was just a couple of weeks ago that my brother in law and I were conversing when he told me that he THINKS he is a demacrat...when I went on to ask him what he based his decision on and he told me because that is what his dad is I got online and looked up each party, not so that I could push my way of thinking on him, but so that he would have the facts from each party and make and educated decision. He then decided that he is a republican :-) I didn't say anything to aide him in his quest I just printed off the facts and left him to read them and make his own judgement call. Yes I was VERY happy with what he ended up deciding, but this just brought it to my attention that this is what is going on. People just go on believing what they hear and don't try to find facts about what is really happening. I believe thats why our country has turned this way. I mean what would our four fathers say??? This is not what they had in mind, I am sure!

Brooke - posted on 05/25/2010

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Haha! Wow, so that's natures way of dealing with overpopulation huh? Weird. So true what you said Barbara, to them fact is their opinion and if your opinion doesn't correspond with theirs then you are wrong! They will also call you racist, white, prejudice, bigot, inconsiderate, etc if your opinion is different. I find it so amusing that they claim to be so open minded! They are the farthest from it! If you present an opinion that conflicts with their own their heads spin and eventually blow up because they are so angry and cannot believe that somebody would think differently from them! HA! Silly Liberals. Come on, please, keep amusing us Conservatives/Republicans!

Gina - posted on 05/24/2010

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LOL, like I said,, it is a complete waste of time to try to reason or argue with a liberal. No matter how good a point or proof you have, they won't listen. Frankly, they scare me in their thinking. I read one post from a lady the other day claiming that homosexuality was natures way of dealing with overpopulation.... I about choked while laughing!

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Since I recently joined Circle of Moms, I went to Obama Mamas just to check it out. I joined a conversation regarding homosexuality. I mentioned how useful reliable and valid research and/or genetic research would be to confirm or rule out the claim that it is biology that causes homosexuality; that one way or the other it could put a halt to all of the controversy. A couple of them went ballistic! The fear of the possibility that homosexuality is not biological, but behavioral was just too much for them to bear. I mentioned some other things as well. As others in this thread have said, libs talk about truth, but when the truth is put in front of them and it isn't their "truth", all they can do is get angry and personal. If someone "just knows" then it is a 'fact'.

Opinion = fact/truth in their minds

They didn't get the opportunity to kick me out. I said I would give them the last word and a couple of people got miffed about that. I guess knowing that I wouldn't read anymore of their rants was annoying to them.

If you go into the O.M.'s site, which is emotion-riddled, irrational, and illogical, with all of the hope for the unattainable Shangri-La, where the benevolent Leader provides for your every want and need, you come away feeling like "What just went on there?



Those who would choose security over liberty deserve neither.

Benjamin Franklin

Brooke - posted on 05/23/2010

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You will never "win" an argument with a Liberal. In their minds they are always correct (even though we know that is just not so). They are very hypocritical and many times what they say is just the perfect example of an oxymoron. You just simply must laugh and say ohhh, so that's what we're doing wrong. It's like appeasing a 2 year old. You just smile and nod at their ignorance.

Gianina - posted on 05/22/2010

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I just got in Political Debating Moms after 'finally' reading your earlier posting in here. THEN it took me a long time to catch up in 'Why Liberal Values are American Values'.

Diane - posted on 05/22/2010

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Well girls its was an eye opener....and I got booted out fast.
I love a good debate and I have my hands full on Political Debating Moms....I am the ONLY ONE who holds the Republican, Conservative postiion and they are clobbering me pretty good...so if any of you are interested....come on down.

Gianina - posted on 05/22/2010

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Laughing Out Loud.

Gina, this is the most popular topic. Many of us have gone to that 'Obama mama's' group and some has replied over there. Diane was super brave and glad that she told us about her experience, because it opened up an awesome discussion.

I am still going in there just to read and see how stupid they can be. There is one Mom who can't really spell 'the'...she kept using 'da'. Now that is very scary.

Gina - posted on 05/22/2010

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Sorry ladies, I haven't checked back on COM's for a while, and don't have time to read everyone's comments on this thread. I just have to give my bit on the Obama mama's. I have learned just not to go there, don't even mess with them because they don't make sense at all. I have tried to see where they are coming from, but just decided to give up because it just made me upset to think people are that ignorant. Sorry if it's rude, but that's how I feel.

Brooke - posted on 05/13/2010

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Good for you for informing them! It's so sad how blind they are. They are the "hip" party. The party of choice, open minds, and the little people...or so they claim. What they aren't aware of is the fact that most real republicans/conservatives especially those that are Christians are NOT racist, rich, smug white people. I myself am a 22 year old white female who came from a less than perfect family, a broken home, poor, and a mother that had to work multiple jobs just to keep our electricity on, food on the table and clothes on my back. I thank her so much for what she did for me. When I hold a dollar in my hand it means so much more to me. I love to give and help others! I'm not a Conservative because I grew up rich, I'm a Conservative because I grew up poor and wanted more for myself. I never want anything handed to me. I will never sit back and let the government provide for my family. I will never not help those who are less fortunate than me. I will never turn someone in need away. I will never dislike someone because of the color of their skin. I will never judge anyone's sin as being worse than my own, we are all sinners and equally undeserving of the love God has shown us. I really wish they would take the blinders off and realize we are the party of love, compassion and we are for the "average Joe" Liberals are for taxes, control, and socialism. We will do better for them by teaching them how to forever provide for their family as opposed to the temporary fix that is welfare. We need a Reagan Conservative to take office and remind the people which party is really for the people. =)

Diane - posted on 04/11/2010

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Thank you Julie...just spread the truth so that people can be informed.
I have been reading and doing research for a few years. And the more I learn the sicker I feel.
God Bless

Julie - posted on 04/11/2010

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Diane,
Thank you for taking the time to share all that detailed information. It is so important to get the truth other there. You should write a letter to the editor of your local paper with the information your provided for us. Keep up the good work.

Amanda - posted on 04/11/2010

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It's sad. I would never want to live a life totally dependent on my emotions. Oh wait. I did and then I grew up...

Amy - posted on 04/09/2010

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You really know your history/facts. I was reading what you wrote and knew some of it, but with other things was like, hey Republicans did that? Thanks for the info..

Diane - posted on 04/09/2010

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A lot of people do not know the connection. I have volunteered for years at Right to Life so I hear and see all the links to everything. I know they do work for breast cancer and I commend them. But when they donate to PP who makes money by killing innocent babies.......I would rather not donate even if it hinders research.
The top exects.......make the bucks I know that.
Every year in January we picket the PP celebration of Roe. They usually have it at a swanky resort in Scottsdale. They pull up in limos, fancy cars........etc. A few years ago Janet Napolitano snuck in the rear entrance, she did not want to be offended by our signs. She is a snake.

I wont buy anything pink that comes from them either.

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