Can we possibly have one thread about the health care proposal? There are so many different threads attacking it that it's clogging up the forum. Post under one so we don't have to listen to the same argument over and over and over and over and over again. A lot of us are not American and really don't care. And, it's not censorship, most forums discuss one topic in one thread, not spread it all over the forum.
Ya mean like....how the topic of sexual tastes and innuendoes are kept in one thread? (not) lol
I don't think you understand the essence of American conservatives. When you are booted out of office for your dangerous incompetence, you don't do the logical thing (shut-up and learn from your horrendous mistakes) You scream and whine about how the "socialists" won't let you have your way.
this requires more than one thread.
It ain't like we require over 2500 PAGES to say what we mean in a Bill. lol
All they had to print in there was "Citizens, salute your Fuhrer!"
There's a dumbed-down version written just for conservatives. No big words, we know how they make teabaggers heads hurt.
I am American and I'm sick of it too...oh well what can ya do?
Just as soon as Team Obama's Socialist Plan is in place then there will be no open discussion.
If you don't like it.
Then don't open them.
Ignorance is not an excuse. People need to be educated. And that's the whole point of Forums.
Again if you don't like it then don't open them.
Good idea...one thread for religion--one thread for atheism--one thread for sports---one thread for food/cooking--one thread thread for advice---one thread for hello--one thread for goodbye--one thread for help--one thread for don't start other threads..........etc.
Yeah, people who are losing all their freedoms should just really shut up and not complain so much
lol Well, I am not trying to be rude to the OP,(I do like most of her opinions) but everyone including the OP and myself have all opened threads that are similar in some way to another.
Don't read what or respond to what you don't like or are tired of reading about. It is that simple.
lol Madame X
You nailed it. Funny how the word censorship is re-defined at the convenience of liberals, isn't it?
hello there Michael
p.s. UW i didn't know you weren't American. i need to get out in the forums more....
Cry, whine, hold your breath til you turn blue...
It won't change anything, you lost badly and deservedly. Get used to it, there's more where that came from.
I hope not.
Ya can only suppress the right-minded people for so long. I believe conservative Americans have, or will have, a "line-in-the-sand" moment, and when it comes, I pity the fools who've tried to run amok over 'em.
Admittedly, if it were me who had any sort of power to change things, that line would've been drawn way before now.
They already drew it; reality washed it away.
I never saw your answer (if you gave one) to an earlier question: Is there an actual town of Harland Kentucky, the setting for the series "Justified" ?
I have no idea!
Never heard of Harland Kentucky; maybe Harlan..?
Never saw the series Justified....
Is it good?
Maybe it was Harlan. It just started on FX last night and it's kind of interesting. It doesn't portray Eastern Kentucky in a favorable lighy though. I'm sure a lot of things are overly dramatized for shock value.
Lots of guns, drugs, racists, and violence. Fortunately, I've been there, and met people from there and know it's not the case.
by mythbuster 5 years ago
Hello all,I was just checking around in my activities to see where I spent too much time (reading in forum threads I am shocked that people write in) on HP or not enough time lately (minding my own business, I guess). Naturally, this means I am, again, into the biggest time-killer space for me on...
by Lionrhod 3 years ago
There are a lot of us who haven't been feeling safe on the forums. They've felt stalked, harassed and browbeaten.Sadly, some folks go with the letter of the law, but not the spirit of it in their posts.For an excellent post on why we need Forum Moderators, check out what Makingamark says here...
by Whitney 8 years ago
Bump our own threads 5 or 6 times within a few hours just to get people to comment on them? (When no one else is paying attention to that thread)
by mega1 8 years ago
Or does it just seem that way because the Democrats/liberals are less vocal about it? Lately it seems to me there are many many more conservatives and their agendas being pushed at us. I usually keep away from politics entirely, but if it is true that most of the forum posters are...
by Barefootfae 4 years ago
http://hotair.com/archives/2013/03/27/s … s-to-rise/To all those who swore and I am certain will still swear ACA won't raise premiums:Kathleen Sebelius.
by Will Apse 4 years ago
It is hard to see that Bubblews threads have a place in the Hubpages section of the forums.Could another place be found for them?
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