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[#] Tue Jul 03 2012 09:05:50 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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*grin*.

[#] Tue Jul 03 2012 11:51:39 EDT from Mike Godwin @ Uncensored

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But let's not forget that Hitler made the trains run on time. YOU NEED TO KEEP FIRMLY IN MIND ALL THE *GOOD* THINGS HITLER DID!!1

[#] Tue Jul 03 2012 14:35:06 EDT from Ladyhawke @ Uncensored

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What'dya think you made the law, or something?



[#] Wed Jul 18 2012 11:43:12 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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It would never happen, but if someone introduced a federal law in the United States of America, written in French, stating that all laws must be written in English, how would Judges interpret it?

[#] Wed Jul 18 2012 11:44:26 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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Obviously, they'd wig out.

[#] Wed Jul 18 2012 11:51:14 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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I am for a law that outlaws all laws.

[#] Wed Jul 18 2012 14:16:43 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Based on recent history it would probably turn into a needlessly partisan battle. I'm sure some folks would call it a racist law, others would talk about how we have a basic human right to speak French, there would be papers about the irony of "lingua franca" being English, and when it finally got to the courts, they'd end up ruling on something other than what the law was originally written for.

[#] Wed Jul 18 2012 23:05:26 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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I am sorry... American Idol is on.

[#] Thu Jul 19 2012 11:20:13 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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My country, 'tis of thee,
Sweet land's timidity
Has us all bound;
Land where the TSA
Has kept us all afraid,
With politicians' aide
Our king is crowned.

[#] Thu Jul 19 2012 11:21:06 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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Heh... 'wig out'... Certainly, if this happened in the UK. Not so sure about the United States.

*snicker*

[#] Thu Jul 19 2012 12:01:22 EDT from athos-mn @ Uncensored

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Well, they could Whig out.

[#] Thu Jul 26 2012 09:59:36 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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No, this isn't another advertisement for the Nolan chart.  :)   I still consider myself a libertarian but I'm completely fed up with the Libertarian Party's complete lack of pragmatism.  Anyway, it's that time of the decade again here in the US, where we are given the illusion of participation in our government by choosing which moron gets to sit in the white house for the next four years.  Here's a site that has what appears to be an objective quiz that tells you which of the candidates most matches your worldview.

http://www.isidewith.com/ ]

Here are my own results.  They agree with what I already suspected: either the LP is getting even further out of touch, or I am personally sliding to the right, or perhaps a bit of both.

Candidates you side with...

93%

Mitt Romney
Mitt Romney

on economic, immigration, domestic policy, healthcare, social, and science issues. 

90%

Ron Paul
Ron Paul

on immigration, economic, domestic policy, foreign policy, and healthcare issues. 

79%

Gary Johnson
Gary Johnson

on economic, domestic policy, foreign policy, and healthcare issues. 

75%

Virgil Goode
Virgil Goode

on immigration, domestic policy, foreign policy, and social issues. 

67%

Jimmy McMillan
Jimmy McMillan

on economic, immigration, and domestic policy issues. 

17%

Barack Obama
Barack Obama

no major issues. 

7%

Jill Stein
Jill Stein

no major issues. 

6%

Stewart Alexander
Stewart Alexander

on foreign policy issues. 

39%

New Jersey Voters

no major issues.

69%



[#] Thu Jul 26 2012 10:17:58 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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The text client didn't read the url correctly, it is http://www.isidewith.com/ for those too last to remove the extra characters at the end
of the link after the 404 error.

Romney is all over the place on many issues, to me he is the John Kerry of the republican party. I might write in "uncensored BBS" for
president.
http://grrrgraphics.com/data/images1/romney_toon.jpg

[#] Thu Jul 26 2012 10:34:03 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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I took the quiz, I dislike quizzes like that because sometimes the questions are so open ended or not asked correctly.

"Is Global Warming a threat to the environment?"

I believe climate change affects the environment, but I don't think it is all man made.


Do you believe the theory of Evolution?
It is a theory, I think the question could be better worded, "agree" instead of believe.

There were two drug/marijuana related questions. I believe the war on drug as cost billions with no results, it is a failure. Do I think
legalizing all illegal drugs will solve all problems? No. I do believe marijuana is a no more of a dangerous drug than alcohol or
caffine.


My result:
95% - Gary Johnson on foreign policy, economic, domestic policy, healthcare, science, and social issues.
95% - Ron Paul on foreign policy, economic, domestic policy, healthcare, immigration, science, and social
issues.
82% - Virgil Goode on foreign policy, economic, domestic policy, immigration, and healthcare issues.
78% - on domestic policy, economic, immigration, and healthcare issues.
56% - Barack Obama on social and science issues.
72% - New York Voters on economic and social issues.
88% - American Voters on economic, domestic policy, social, immigration, and healthcare issues.

[#] Thu Jul 26 2012 22:24:17 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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Mitt Romney? The junk bond kingpin?

Better off with Jimmy McMillan, who, strangely, is running as a Republican.

[#] Fri Jul 27 2012 05:54:56 EDT from triLcat @ Uncensored

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http://www.isidewith.com/results/37876228 
Who the heck is Gary Johnson? 



[#] Fri Jul 27 2012 06:23:57 EDT from zooer @ Uncensored

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~ Jul 26 2012 10:24pm from LoanShark @uncnsrd
Mitt Romney? The junk bond kingpin?

Deep inside you are conservative.


Better off with Jimmy McMillan, who, strangely, is running as a Republican.

Why is that Strange?





~ Jul 27 2012 5:54am from triLcat @uncnsrd
http://www.isidewith.com/results/37876228 
Who the heck is Gary Johnson? 

I am sure you already looked him up, but it is sad how little information is out there about him. The founder of "The Daily Caller" who
claims to be a libertarian doesn't mention him on the site, however the site has turned into a site supporting big government republicans.
IF the republicans honestly believed in limited government and more freedom he would be at the top of the list.

[#] Fri Jul 27 2012 12:01:57 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Gary Johnson is the Libertarian Party's presidential candidate this year.
I've been voting LP my entire adult life but this guy completely turns me off. He wants to eviscerate the military, at a time when security threats are high: Russia is making a comeback, Red China is on the rise, and the Muslim Brotherhood is likely to begin a bloodbath. This isn't the time to turn our military into a declawed pussycat.

I still consider myself a (small l) libertarian but I've given up on the Libertarian Party. Their complete lack of pragmatism continues to make them a non-starter. It seems that libertarian ideals are more pragmatically advanced through the Tea Party.

[#] Sun Jul 29 2012 19:31:13 EDT from LoanShark @ Uncensored

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Better off with Jimmy McMillan, who, strangely, is running as a Republican.


Why is that Strange?

I admit I don't know much of his "platform." The whole rent/price-fixing thing seems a little un-conservative, though.

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