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Terrible Truth about Liberals

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 2003

    Trash and more trash

    This book is another in a long list of conservative lies and half truths. It is amazing to me how hard the old ideas of racism, bigotry and narrow mindedness will fight to maintain the status quo. But history will always show that compassion for those who are not as fortunate is what goes forward when the battles are over.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2002

    "Why does HATE have to be on every 'Right' mind?"

    I'll be short and sweet. Everyone wants to find out who's better, who's right and who's wrong. Is it even possible to know? I don't know, im not here to argue that. But Neal needs to get it through his head. A lot of conservatives will be happy to remind everyone how wrong, immoral, and dangerous liberals are, where as Liberals do no such thing. They would not go as far as to say that conservatives are stupid (arguable), but instead they want to fill the gap between. Conservatives have only proven one thing with books like these. NOT that thier opinion is any better (not that its worse), but that many of them are infact very hateful and cruel to those who are different! I cannot say the same things about liberals. In my experience, liberals have often been more open-minded, un-biased, more people oriented, and of a higher IQ. I want everyone to at least make an attempt, not only to accept others, but to understand, and love other people; regardless of differences. I would like to share Why IM a liberal. I think that people are more important than dollars, education and wisdom are more important than military and bloodshed, that love is more important than hate. Let us not bash eachother anymore, let us accept differences, but hmmm....that is a liberal ideal, is neal up to teh challenge?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 22, 2002

    Sensationilist rhetoric is still only rhetoric

    Perhaps I should mention that 'BS' and 'rhetoric' can be used interchangeably. Come on. How long are reactionaries like this one going to oppose progress, change, and the fundamental trends of society? It's too much Rush Limbaugh-like. If you actually believe the stuff this guy says, I call you a dittohead. If you read it for the sheer enjoyment of seeing a fundamentally stupid point of view on issues, then I commend you.

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