http://www.examiner.com/article/new-ham … dia-silent
Restrict freedoms of Conservatives in her state. That's the idea.
I would suggest to this air head that she read New Hampshire's state motto.
She believe's she's "honestly wrong", yes and I'm "the blackest form of white".
Up is down,
1 + 1 is 3,
just so long as you agree with me.
I just read this on another site and some of the comments were not surprising. Liberals really do not know that they represent the true tyranny they actually think that restricting freedom is somehow a good thing.
There seems to be a belief that they are the only true and good people and if you don't agree you are evil and must be suppressed.
This continues to go on and on and just waiting for those who will do so here to come and and get a good laugh and tell us we are all stupid. You know it's coming.
Ah yes, because conservatives have done so well wherever else they have had control.
She doesn't want outsiders coming into her state and ruining the established way of life so she wants to make life miserable for them...
Conservative Republicans should most certainly understand the logic...
I love irony.
Is this that 'two wrongs make a right' business again?
Nope... that's me laughing at people getting upset over things that don't matter... And I like irony.
I might be inclined to have a serious conversation had anything actually happened. Nothing did though... someone just gave an opinion on a blog.
Great God if I got pissed every time someone in the world had an opinion different than mine they they'd have to keep me sedated.
I honestly think people enjoy being angry and outraged. If they can enjoy being righteously angry then I can enjoy laughing at their fits.
Glad to see everyone confirms my suspicions and behaves as I thought they would.
So let's teach our children not to hate..........
Make sure you have a full on white hot hate for them but leave everyone else alone.
I don't hate conservatives, but there is nothing conservative about their attitude, and they are definitely not against "big government" in practice.
You need to separate Conservative from Republican.
Yes....there is a difference.
I guess Libertarians are more conservative, but they get a bad rap and have a hokey name.
They proved it with the "cliff" BS.
Democrats are right there with them.
We reached the precipice of the "fiscal cliff" when we sent an expeditionary force to fight terrorism. It was a neurotic reaction, in that we spent an incredible amount of energy that didn't solve the real problem. We went over the cliff headlong when Bush used the money from our treasury to "bail out" the "too big to fail" financial institutions who are on the brink of failure now.
Don't forget TARP from the next administration. Most of the money was paid back? Yeah, from confiscating assets and cash from regional banks with no remuneration to stockholders. It was the largest bank heist in the history of the universe. So far, they have gotten away with it cold.
Sorry, it is too late. The sky isn't falling, but the too big to fails are. Watch, and be ready . . . if that is possible.
Meanwhile......in the sense of "fairness" now, we will remove freedoms from those who consider themselves Conservative if they wish to live in New Hampshire.
Sorry, I am from the south, and crazy stuff Yankees think and do never surprise me.
Me too, and maybe I am to worries about what they do up there but these things spread like a stomach virus......
Tell me about it. I live in Florida.
You did notice the glee with which the liberals who have replied to this view the situation didn't you?
Perfectly fair to them.
*Grins* It's funny anything somebody gets all worked up over absolutely nothing especially when there is irony in their ire.
In fairness I laugh when liberals get their panties twisted over something Rush said too.
So the fact you perceive I am Conservative means to you that i would or will support the removal of someone's freedoms even though you really don't know me?
You just accept the stereotype and then think it's a joke when an elected official....not making a joke...suggests doing the same to others she disagrees with?
And you thinks it's "fair"? That's how we even things up?
See that's the kind of post I laugh at...
1. Do you live in New Hampshire?
2. Has she removed any freedoms?
3. Has she put forth any laws to remove freedoms?
4. Is what she is saying really any different than what conservatives say about immigrants?
Basically everyone is getting them selves all worked up because someone said...in a blog... that she didn't like them and wanted them out of her state.
Oh my... we must all go into collective apoplexy now.
Post me an article where a Conservative politician said he would make an immigrant feel unwelcome in any terms other than being legal.
Really? That's the point you concentrate on?
I don't have a link to an article because I don't save them in favorites to pull them out in an argument... I also don't care enough... literally... to do a google search.
I don't care what our elected officials say... ever... I suggest you do the same. My blood pressure is great my stress levels are low and I live my life WITHOUT getting pissed off every 10 seconds.
Try it... it's great.
You would be gladly apoplectic had a Conservative said similar.
I noticed. It is an interesting quandary . . . will we ever get it right?
Oh yesssss there is Cody and the fact you don't see it is just an indicator of how far in the indoctrination tank you are.
Is that what Rush has been talking about all this time?
They are no longer very Conservative.
Get with the times.
In what way? You can't blindly give something a label without justifying it. I personally believe calling the GOP 'conservative' is dangerously misleading.
They are the conservatives in that they champion conservative views.
There are Conservative Democrats and Liberal Republicans. Just lately the makeup and behavior of Republicans in House and Senate is much more liberal.
The symbols or icons for the parties no longer fit either.
The GOP should be Diary of a Wimpy Kid and the Democrats should be a bull defecating.
I grew up in New Hampshire , now across the border in vermont ! I know and understand both states , politically speaking , NH. - always a very independent yet conservative state ......perhaps changing to a little more liberal today ! VT. an extremely liberal state [see california ] ,for about forty years that used to be super conservative ! You would not believe tha idiousy of some of our state reps in each state . I think its something in the water tables ! Anyways ....there are too many freaks of nature in politics ! We need to Boot them all out untill something changes !
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