Dudeguy5000

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    • techskater

      9 years ago

      You claimed a negative about someone you do not know, you just do not like that person, whether rationally or not.

      I did the same, of a group of people.

    • techskater

      9 years ago

      i meant to ask.....
      you look* new here....why are youtalking about polotics to literally everyone?



      *or this is a second account


      As a matter of fact, I suspect this is a second account of another user by the name of.... ********

    • techskater

      9 years ago

      I have friends who voted for Obama, who voted for Nader, and who didn't vote at all because they think America is the source of all evil. I tolerate them as well, but that's irrelevant.

      My statement was a generalization, not a superlative, but applies much more to Democrat politicians than the people who voted for those politicians.

      I will be happy to have an intelligent conversation without "baseless accusations" if you do the same. Let's keep this in mind - you said that Sarah Palin is ignorant and stupid, which is a claim on the same level as my own of Liberals and tolerance.

    • techskater

      9 years ago

      In response to your comment of liberals being tolerant of race and such, but not of ignorance and stupidity...

      Liberals are tolerant of those that they can control, not so much of those that they cannot.

    • armeav8r

      9 years ago

      If I needed your opinion about Obama voters I would have asked for it. Thanks for stopping by but please don't bother returning. Good day. Grow up while you're at it. smiley1.gif

    • armeav8r

      9 years ago

      I think people that voted for Obama for the most part were insanely stupid. On some level I can understand it though.

      The Republicans deserved to have their asses kicked for failing to be conservatives. McCain, although an honorable man would have been the same big spending disaster Bush was. However, there was no real alternative. It was either vote for "Bad" or "Worse". Indeed, McCain voted for the bailouts and stimulus as most everyone else did. That was TOTAL violation of the constitution but nobody seems to want to challenge it.

      Un-american, no. Ill-formed and misguided or otherwise apathetic, absolutely.

    • armeav8r

      9 years ago

      Do you think people who voted were un-American?


      I don't understand the premise of your question. Voting is in itself not un-american at all. Voting however, when done by the uniformed, or done by those that have no concept of the constitution, or those who don't care about their individual liberty freedom and responsibilities , well yes that is a HUGE problem.

      The fact is some people vote simply because of skin color, or who has nicer hair, or who has a hot bod. They often have no concept or grasp of the issues and don't care where somebody stands on those issues when they cast a vote for them.

      That is a HUGE problem and no society can withstand the disinterest of the general population.

      Any government will collapse when votes are cast simply on the basis of who will give them the most "stuff" and always from somebody else's pocket.

    • zeonredcomet

      9 years ago

      I do not wish to have dialogue with you!

      My problem with atheism is its a lack of faith and no definitive belief in anything but the individual.
      it takes more to believe then it does to have no faith or not believe. that and atheists are all cynical and disrespectful to believers! their attitude is "har har har you believe in man in sky" i know since i know far too many atheists and that is all of their attitudes in a nutshell.

      good day

    • MarineTech

      9 years ago

      You thought wrong

    • GeneraI_Beef

      11 years ago

      Individuals are insignificant, that isn't to say that they might feel significant. Medical advances are to benefit the species, not the individual. Though people themselves are insignificant in the larger picture of things, they can work towards helping the body of people which is far more significant.

    • GeneraI_Beef

      11 years ago

      How in your mind isn't it?

    • GeneraI_Beef

      11 years ago

      Because it's the truth.

    • GeneraI_Beef

      11 years ago

      Exactly what I said.

    • GeneraI_Beef

      11 years ago

      Because individuals are insignificant.

    • GeneraI_Beef

      11 years ago

      Everyone knows Scientology is stupid, there isn't any point.

      Religion is not a "sacred" thing, and should be analysed by the same methods as everything else.

    • GeneraI_Beef

      11 years ago

      Judaism is more than just the old testament, just like Christianity is more than the New Testament. Islam, Judaism and Christianity are all Abrahamic religions. Remember that before you criticise Islam.

      I know what they are, obviously in more detail than your rash and bias generalisations, but I still don't know enough to mount a proper critical offensive. And as I say, Christianity is the foremost religion in Western culture.

      Taoism and Buddhism are practically just philosophies, and are often cited in such a way instead of as a religion. It is most certainly not the organised part that is the problem. It's the fact that people are regarding lies as truth and following barbaric and outdated doctrine.

      Post edited 1/12/08 10:18PM

    • GeneraI_Beef

      11 years ago

      That's mostly because I don't know enough about other religions (such as Judaism and Islam) to make critical arguments against them. Also, Christianity is the predominant religion in most cases.

      As for "religions" like Taoism and Buddhism, they don't have the same falsities as the others, so why should I attack them?

    • GeneraI_Beef

      11 years ago

      It's not just Christians, I don't know where you got that idea from.

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