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Let's Talk About Why YOU Shouldn't Vote For Obama! - THE FACTS [Oct. 28th, 2008|06:20 pm]
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With the next Presidential Election exactly a week away, I thought I'd share some facts with those of you who feel you must vote for Obama. I believe that you are simply uninformed from watching too much ABC, NBC, and reading the ever-far-left New York Times. People are constantly supporting Obama as a bandwagon effect. I am here to tell you, you are simply uninformed. If Obama is elected, I fear for our country.

For starters, how many of you can count the times you've gotten a job - EMPLOYMENT - from a poor man? Poor men don't create jobs, the wealthy create jobs and the wealthy are the ones who hire people to work. Businesses create jobs. It is impossible to build an economy from "the ground up." Furthermore, Obama wants to tax business owners and corporations so that the result of their higher taxes is to spread the wealth to all the lazy asses who won't go and make something of themselves??

News Flash: If you start taxing businesses, costs on things you need in your every day life are only going to go up. For instance, if Shop Rite's taxes go up, the cost of running the store goes up, and in turn, your groceries. If you are a small business owner in Middle Class America, and your taxes on your business go up, so will the cost of running your business. Do you think you should just eat those extra costs? Or should you raise your prices?? All Obama wants to do is raise higher taxes for the rich people so the not-so-rich people will benefit from DOING NOTHING. That's fine if you're lazy I guess, but it's not fine with me.

Take Joe-The-Plumber for instance. He was out in his yard playing ball with his son when Obama was out campaigning. Joe had always wanted to ask a politician a question and since he was debating making a career move, he thought this was the perfect opportunity. He said [paraphrased] "Senator, Obama, I am a plumber and I'm considering buying the business from my boss, how will your policies effect me?" And Obama said "Well if you don't make more than $250,000, it will effect you very little." And Joe said "Well he currently brings in about $250,000-280,000 a year now." And Obama said "Well, it will make your taxes go up slightly then...but spread the wealth."

Yes, that's right.. he said SPREAD THE WEALTH. So your average Joe-Do-Gooder is supposed to stop doing well for himself because if he does he's going to have to SHARE IT with people who do nothing? Since when are we advocating people who do nothing, the have-nots of the world, if you will, the ability to keep doing nothing?! Can someone please explain that to me? Am I supposed to decrease my level of ambition because if I don't I'm going to have higher taxes on my earnings and in turn have to share it with someone who played no part in it?

That brings me to my next point. Obama is a SOCIALIST. I'm not sure if you remember what a Socialist - or the Socialist Party - is, but let me tell you. Socialism is a baby word for COMMUNISM. You think because Obama is a great speaker that he's not a Socialist? Socialism is the stage following capitalism in the transition of a society to communism, characterized by the imperfect implementation of collectivist principles. It is a system of social organization that advocates the vesting of the ownership and control of the means of production and distribution, of capital, land, etc., in the community as a whole. That means you give most of your earnings to the government to share with all of the other people in the country. If you'd like to live like that, why don't you go live in Venezuela, under Hugo Chavez, and see how you like it.

John McCain will not raise your taxes in an economy like this. He plans to limit spending by putting a freeze on government spending at the level it's at right now. John McCain has been fighting for this country since he was young naval aviator - he is a true patriot. He has gone against his party many, many times...whereas Obama has always voted Democrat for all of his TWO YEARS in the Federal Government. It's not even two years - a year and a half of it has been spent running for President. Joe Biden himself said that the White House is no place for on-the-job training.

John McCain is his own person. He is not George Bush. For Obama to say that all McCain will do is continue Bush's policies, is a cop out. John McCain has acknowledged that things need to change. He will get us out of Iraq, and we will come out on top. All Obama will do by pulling us out of Iraq suddenly is leave America vulnerable for attack - and countries that truly hate Americans will attack.

Let's talk about Sarah Palin. Since when is it okay to bash a woman for all of her enormous accomplishments? If you are a feminist in any way, you should support Sarah Palin. She is a woman who has done more for herself than any other woman I know. She is a successful governor of a state. She has raised a family, and done it well. If you support women's rights, than why on earth wouldn't you want a successful woman in the White House? So many of you have expressed your support for Hillary Clinton - other than her obvious idiocy [staying with her husband when he publicly cheated on her???] and difference in party, how are her triumphs any better than Sarah Palins?

John McCain has been tested for the past thirty years, and has passed every test with flying colors. From his lengthy military career to his thirty years in the US Senate, McCain is ready to run this country and make the changes you want to see. Obama has never been tested and has nothing but flourishing words. Do you want to trust our country to someone who has never been tested? Who better than to be our country's Commander in Chief than someone with the experience of John McCain?

I hope you will do some more research over the next week and make an educated decision. If you still feel that Obama is the best choice for you, than so be it - that's the beauty of living in a free capitalist society.

Here's some links to help you:

http://elections.foxnews.com/

http://mensnewsdaily.com/2008/10/09/why-you-should-not-vote-for-senator-obama/

http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=28344

http://www.anncoulter.com/

http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_102708/content/01125109.guest.html

http://www.joelaratheplumber.com/

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Survey Proves Retailers Banning Christmas [Nov. 28th, 2005|06:51 pm]
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Action by Federated Stores Shows The Results We Can Achieve!

I thought you would be interested in a survey we did. We gathered advertising inserts from 11 different companies placed in two papers on Nov. 27 (Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal and Memphis Commercial Appeal.) Combined, the inserts totaled 280 pages.

Of the 11 companies, only one—McRae's/Belks—had a reference to "Christmas." They mentioned "Christmas" only two times. The other 10 companies did not mention "Christmas" a single time! While refusing to use "Christmas," they used the term "holiday" a total of 59 times in their 10 inserts.

The companies which refused to mention Christmas a single time in their 260 pages of insert promotions were Target, Kroger, Office Max, Walgreens, Sears, Staples, Lowe's, J.C. Penney, Dell and Best Buy.

Ask these companies why they banned "Christmas" in their in-store promotions and retail advertising and they will tell you they didn't want to offend anyone. They mean, of course, anyone except Christians.

These retailers are willing to use Christmas to secure about 20% of their yearly sales, but they absolutely refuse to mention the Reason for the season.

To see what we can achieve by working together, read the statement from Federated Stores. We boycotted them last year. Click here to see how they have changed.

Please sign our petition below. We are writing every national retailer which bans "Christmas" asking them to change their policy and letting them know how many have signed the petition. Thus far we have nearly 350,000. Our goal is 1,000,000. It is urgent that you sign the petition and forward it to your friends and family. We need numbers so that the national retailers will take notice!

If we will stick together and take action, next year we will see scores of retailers recognizing "Christmas" as a Christian holy day instead of a secular "holiday".

Please click here to sign our petition now!

Sincerely,
Don
Donald E. Wildmon, Founder and Chairman
American Family Association
P.S. Be sure to forward this to your family and friends!
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New [Apr. 4th, 2005|02:02 pm]
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The Sunshine Coffee Shop

http://www.livejournal.com/userinfo.bml?user=sunshine10700

Looking for a new hang out? Welcome to a fun, relaxing atmosphere where adults meet for interesting discussions on everything you can imagine This is the community with a hometown feel, where friends gather to discuss families, and life. Tell us about your favorite television show, books, movies, and music. Do you crochet, garden, cross stitch, or other hobbies? We will share jokes, funny or strange news stories, recipes, and ideas. A place for young and old to kickback, relax, talk with friends and have a good time.

This community is owned and managed by a Christian lady so all things will be G rated.


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This is a Christian community.

http://www.livejournal.com/community/glory57/
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States Debating Photo IDs at Polls [Apr. 4th, 2005|10:25 am]
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Legislation that would require voters to show photo identification before casting ballots has touched off fierce debate in three states, with opponents complaining the measures represent a return to the days of poll taxes and Jim Crow.

Lawmakers in Georgia and Indiana walked off the job to protest the proposals, which they say would deprive the poor, the elderly and minorities of the right to vote. Wisconsin Gov. Jim Doyle, a Democrat, has already vetoed a similar measure and has vowed to do so again.
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Republicans argue the bills would restore voter confidence and eliminate fraud without overly burdening voters, most of whom have driver's licenses or photo IDs anyway.
"I want everyone to be able to vote - once," said Indiana state Sen. Victor Heinold, a Republican.
http://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2005/4/3/214608.shtml

I am all for this. I am sick to death of the braying of the donkey party. This will not deprive the poor or the elderly or minorities of the right to vote. All they have to do is get a free picture ID. They should have one already. If they do not, they don't need to vote. I am sick of the belly aching of the democrats on this and many issues. They do not care about the rights of the poor or the elderly or minorites. They are worried that this will make it more difficult to cheat at the polls.
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(no subject) [Mar. 26th, 2005|10:33 am]
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This is who I am and I'm 200% proud of it.
  • Male.
  • White.
  • Gen-Xer.
  • Taken (hopefully 'til I die too).
  • A former registered Democrat for 16 years. I re-registered Republican on March 16, 2005.
  • Totally pro-choice (hell, I'm pro-abortion).
  • Childfree and an ardent supporter of the childfree lifestyle.
  • Anti-gluttony.
  • The most important people in my life are my wife, my mom, my dad, my brother and my cat (she's almost as important to me as the first 4).
  • I have 5 necessities in life - money, music, movies, food and sex. That's it.
  • I hate sports for the most part.
  • I hate beer.
  • I hate cars. Why? Two words - CAR SALESMEN. Two more words - HIGH MAINTENANCE.
  • I hate Los Angeles, Hollywood and ALL of New York.
  • I have no desire to own any property bigger than a condo in my lifetime.
  • I prefer as much as possible in my life to be low maintenance.
  • My life motto is "less is more".
Take it or leave it.
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(no subject) [Feb. 4th, 2005|03:28 pm]
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shakennotstired
Check it out, and spread the word:

http://www.thecommonvirtue.com/
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WARNING!!! [Feb. 4th, 2005|10:33 am]
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I just wanted to warn you of the situation going on here....I am NOT badmouthing, but this needs to be HEARD! conservative67 is a SEXUAL PREDATOR!!! Take him off of your lists and be warned ladies! He has done this to at LEAST 10 women...We need to block him immediately! Any questions, just IM me! THANK YOU!

A concerned user!!!
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HIHI! [Jan. 29th, 2005|11:02 pm]
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ms_understood82
Hey! I am new to the community, but I have been a Republican for as long as I can remember. I owe it all to my father who instilled me with the core views that I have today! I am pro-life, pro-capital punishment, and anti-gay marriage! :)

I hope to make many friends in here! *huggles*

I wanna also give a shout out to my friends, ciardasully and samibee924 in here! Love yall a lot and glad to be a part of this community!!! :)
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Conservative Views Needed!!! [Jan. 24th, 2005|05:37 am]
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petshopboy1983
Greetings
I have created a new community called heated_debate.
It is an open topic community with a focus on political and social issues. Members of this community will not be banned or discouraged for their ideas and opinions. We encourage free speech and new ideas.
I am very eager to get a strong conservative and or republican presence going in my community to share ideas and discuss topics of the day. I know the members of this community have lots of wonderful ideas and i would really appreciate you sharing them in my community.
I know alot of communities tend to favor the left and the liberal side of arguments and I hope to help balance that ratio.
There are not tons of posts up yet, but I hope you will join and help me get things going.
Anyway, please consider joining heated_debate.
- Nick.
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Hello [Dec. 31st, 2004|07:56 pm]
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mizz_shy_pie
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Hey everyone, my name is Jessica, I'm 19 years old, and a college student. I live in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, and am a die-hard republican, who loves George W. Bush. I found this community throughconservative67 , and thought it looked cool. I always like meeting new people, and just thought I'd introduce myself. Well, happy New Year every one :)

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