"I think we will have to agree to disagree about our views about Fascism and some of the other points you have made, especially the intents of Trump. But your words help me understand your position better.
I can see your point about "Obama and…"
"I wanted to comment on your blog and Frankie Dapper's comment but I couldn't find a button for each. =(
@Wyatt: I really enjoyed your blog. When I was in the military, a First Sergeant made similar observations which he also called Outrage…"
"I am a student and I do work. I don't understand why you ask the second thing. I do cuddle once in a while. It's good to have affection in your life. It prevents you from becoming resentful of other people."
"I find when the President becomes too much to listen to then it's good to turn off the TV and have a drink. Actually, it's good to tune out from society for a week every once in a while.
Congress currently has Republican majorities in both…"
"I'm not sure which relationship you're referring to. In my comment I discussed a few things. Are you referring to the subject you brought up in this thread (between conservatives and liberals) or something specific in one of my comments?"
"You are right that I think this has been happening with every past president. Well, maybe except George Washington. However, the forms it takes differs with every presidency. I am attaching a link pointing out this very thing. It focuses on the…"
"Thank you for replying to my comment, Ruth.
It seems the CSS for this website can make it difficult to determine who is replying to who.
I mentioned the Separation of Powers to suggest we have things in place to help us proactively fight political…"
"I don't agree that he holds those views of humans, but I do agree he is interested in presenting himself as a strong American president the world shouldn't mess with. He is active against ISIS, takes a tough stance against North Korea, and…"
"Political Science 101 dealt mainly dealt with comparative politics. As an introductory class, it discussed (with meaningful but not comprehensive depth) Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Neitsche, Hobbes, Locke, and so on. (Those with the greatest…"
"Thank you for your reply, Tom.
I will take a look again at the Wikipedia entry for Direct Initiative, since you say it represents what you mean by Direct Initiative.
The second part, Referendum, can mean different things depending on the country. It…"
"Michael, I was not replying to your comment; I was replying to the person who created this thread. I understand why you have mistaken my comment as replying to yours. The stylesheet for this website throws things off.
However, I will be replying to…"
"I'm suspicious the only reason why we were willing to get behind an Agnostic position was because we still didn't know enough about the world to rule out some type of divine hand. We do now know a whole lot. The God or gods option just…"
"Could you explain what the Direct Initiative and Referendum are in your post? It would be helpful for those who aren't familiar with them so that they can understand what they're missing out on. Or, at the minimum, provide a link to the…"
"I find it embarassing so many people are claiming a Fascist takeover. It's like claiming Trump, Obama, Bush, Clintion, Bush, and so on, were all fascists trying to take over the country. I'm pretty sure you can find instances of people…"
"A Classical Liberal believes in individual rights, like what we see in the Bill of Rights, and a world where states (countries) possess borders, where the people determine their own outcome and not some inherited lordship, that the state is…"
To answer your question (redneck post): yes, I'm pretty much a hometown boy. I have close friends and relatives that ride motorcycles. They're not 'necks, but I still don't like their cycles. I'm sure they stick their noses up at my classical music (and jazz).
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