User Profile: RealLiibertarian

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  • [-5] October 27, 2016 at 1:00pm

    No oversight. It’s not sentient, not born, and does not get a vote.

  • [-5] October 27, 2016 at 12:58pm

    Nothing in the Constitution gives government the right to determine or enforce morality.

  • [-5] October 27, 2016 at 12:57pm

    No such entity as Satan. It’s just a construct of those who wish to control oth er s through fear.

  • [-7] October 27, 2016 at 12:21pm

    Take your religious claptrap, your sanctimonious moralising, and your big government intrusion and control and stick them……. What a woman does with her body is none of any body’s business but her and her doc. TRY supporting individual freedom, small government, and keep your long noses out of other people’s business.

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  • [22] October 27, 2016 at 9:17am

    Why do people waste their time and money on these sportsball games? Talk about bread and circuses for the mouthbreather crowd. And they expect us to pay for their stadiums and give them tax breaks. Instead of being upset about the actions of a few players or performers, you should be upset about how we are all being ripped off by the sportsball industry and forced to contribute through our taxes.

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  • [-9] October 23, 2016 at 4:36pm

    Well, considering the track record of the GOP, that’s not surprising. As long as the party bows to the Christian right and the social conservatives, that won’t change. Put small government and low taxes as the priority and lay off the social issues and things will improve.

  • [-1] October 21, 2016 at 11:52am

    I agree that social change has increased the size of government, but not, I doubt, in the way that you think. Every time there is an increase in social freedom, either from the bench or the ballot box, there is a knee-jerk reaction from the right to pass as many laws as possible to restrict that right. That then sets off a cascade of laws, both to ensure and to restrict the new won freedom. The lawyers win, the conservatives win as long as it is bogged down in court, but the people lose because freedom is restricted. What is so bloody wrong with people having the right to choose their own beliefs and lifestyle? Why must the conservatives always fight for the status quo, or indeed, to go backwards?

  • October 21, 2016 at 11:17am

    The only moral view that we are teaching is that people are not bound to accept yours. People have the right to know all the facts and all the choices and then make their decisions based on what works best for them. You want to stop people from knowing all the facts so that they don’t deviate from your narrow path.

  • October 21, 2016 at 11:13am

    I’m not trying to destroy anything. I just want to live my life by my religious beliefs. I don’t accept your God, your morals, or your beliefs. Why is that so hard to understand? What happened to free will, freedom of religion, and the pursuit of happiness? Why do you insist on using government to infringe on my rights?

  • [-1] October 21, 2016 at 10:52am

    I think the evangelical right, the domionists, have way too much input and control in the GOP. If the party would get smart and ditch the social conservative BS, they would be doing better. Stay with small government an low taxes and stop fighting a war against social change that you will not win. JOHNSON 2016

  • [-2] October 21, 2016 at 10:44am

    And most of us agree with that. I don’t want your doctrine in my laws, you don’t want my doctrine in yours. But let’s be honest, it is the conservative religionists who want law and the country based on the Bible. They won’t leave the rest of us alone to live as we wish. They don’t get that it is not their country and they don’t get to make the rules. We don’t care if they go to church 5 nights a week and only have sex in the missionary position in the dark. Why should they care if we have other Gods and are sexually adventurous? When conservatives start talking about religious freedom, that is code for demanding that Christianity, it’s morals and doctrine, be enshrined as superior to all others. Such is not the case.

  • [-2] October 21, 2016 at 10:28am

    In other words, he’s banking on the idea that Trump will support the dominionists, and install them in the US SC and other offices. He talks about religious freedom but he has no clue what that means. It means we have the right to reject conservative Christian values, and, indeed, Christianity itself. It means that religious views can not be used to restrict a person’s sexual or any other freedom. In short, he believes in big government dictating and enforcing morality. Not a chance. JOHNSON 2016

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  • [-3] October 19, 2016 at 2:11pm

    Catslyst, whenjoy it comes to the founders and their documents, I’ll stick with Paine, Jefferson, and Franklin. Creator is a generic term. It does not specify any particular Deity, let alone the Judeo Christian one. I’ll stick with the old Gods, those that predate Christianity and have a far better understanding of humanity than your controlling Deity.

  • [-4] October 19, 2016 at 12:47pm

    What gives him the right to speak for anyone but homself? These so called religious leaders think they have the right to force the rest of us to live the way they think we should. They are wrong. This is not a Catholic. Evangelical, Baptist, or any other kind of Christian country. The first amendment gives us the right to ignore any religion or its beliefs. It gives us the right to consider abortion any way we wish, we do not have to consider it sin or murder. Freedom and the Constitution are far more important than any belief or religion.

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  • [4] October 6, 2016 at 9:15am

    He is definitely the sane voice on this issue. The US has caused many of the problems in the Middle East, siding with one faction or another, founding Israel, letting our hunger for oil overcome common sense. One of the most common calls from the jihadists and killers is that they attack the US and the west because we are on their soil. Why have we never had the sense to listen to them and just get out? What they do to each other is not our problem. You attack Johnson as a globalist at the same time you fight to push an American style government and lifestyle all over the globe. Get out, leave them to do what they want to each other, and worry about what’s happening in our own borders.

  • [3] September 30, 2016 at 4:43pm

    I don’t care whether they are or are not. People get to decide that sort of thing for themselves, on an individual basis. Not for you, me, other religions, or the government to tell people anything about their religious beliefs or non beliefs.

  • [3] September 30, 2016 at 4:40pm

    Which is kind of the point. He was trying to force his religion on everyone else instead of just ignoring it.

  • [3] September 30, 2016 at 4:31pm

    What’s your point? Other religions get to discriminate, so Christians can too? Do you really want to put yourself in the same group as them? How about they are ALL WRONG? None of anybody’s or any religion’s business what people do in their bedroom or anywhere else.

  • [7] September 30, 2016 at 4:21pm

    You are behind the times. Younger people don’t care, neither do the majority of average people. The only people who care are the overtly religious and they are no longer the majority, neither do they have the right to call the shots anymore.

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  • [5] September 30, 2016 at 4:14pm

    Marriage is a secular institution. You are thinking of holy matrimony, which is the religious institution.

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