Liberals equating words with violence, conveniently giving them the right to assault people they disagree with
by Cagsil 7 years ago
Hey Americans,What is the "status quo" in America?I know what it is, but do you?Feel free to weigh in with your thoughts on it.
by Emile R 7 years ago
It appears that there are Christians who consider opposing views an affront to God. I'm curious why?You present your opinion of who, or what, God is. Why do you think others do not have the right to do the same? Whether the opinion be positive, or negative, it is opinion; and yet you claim...
by kerryg 9 years ago
After all that noble talk about freedom and liberty and the Constitution, it's helpful to be reminded that for quite a few tea partiers, what "liberty" really means is "do what we want and nobody gets hurt." From a rally in DC yesterday:
by Jacqui 5 years ago
Why ask a controversial question of others whom you do not agree with?I'd like to know what the point of this is? Do you want to learn, cause arguments or claim persecution? There have been quite a few from a number of people, like this. I'm confused, particularly due to the responses of the...
by Larry Horton 6 years ago
Why is it when you disagree with the Left, they resort to name calling and foul language?
by ThunderKeys 7 years ago
In recent major survey, 40% of US adults and 50% of young Americans agreed with the statement: "Marriage is a thing of the past". Do you agree or disagree with this statement about the institution of marriage? What are your top reasons?
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