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Thread: The Liberal Indoctrination Process

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    The Liberal Indoctrination Process

    Let me ask you a question. Do you have a life, other than putting together these paranoid and boring diatribes? It's difficult to refute each of your points intelligently, not because the ammunition isn't there, but for lack of time to counter the monumental rant you wrote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valandui View Post
    I'm not going to lie, the ones with the kids are kind of disturbing.
    It goes both ways. This is a series much more disturbing: "Jesus Camp"
    Extreme right religious children camps supporting essentially Republicans (i.e. Bush)

    It is a 9 part series but well worth watching. I will only put up 1 of 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdz12250 View Post
    Let me ask you a question. Do you have a life, other than putting together these paranoid and boring diatribes? It's difficult to refute each of your points intelligently, not because the ammunition isn't there, but for lack of time to counter the monumental rant you wrote.
    And yet I see you took the time to read it all, make a judgement and comment on it. You know you could have simply skipped the thread. I made the title fairly obvious.

    Furthermore, judging by your 805 posts (since 2004), it looks like you spent more time posting your ramblings online than I have, but what are these forums for (especially PoFo) if not a means to share your opinions and rants with others?

    If everything is so easy to to refute, than I am sure you could have come back with something more intelligent than "boring."

    Are you really so naive as to make the argument that no one in the media or in the educational system has an agenda? I hate to break it to you, but politics (in the general sense) exists everywhere. It's your job to figure out the message and either adopt it or discredit it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phins_4_ever View Post
    It goes both ways. This is a series much more disturbing: "Jesus Camp"
    Extreme right religious children camps supporting essentially Republicans (i.e. Bush)

    It is a 9 part series but well worth watching. I will only put up 1 of 9.

    It's on DVD in it's entirety. You can get it on Netflix. By the far the most terrifying thing I've ever seen...

    If I could take your pain and frame it, and hang it on my wall,
    maybe you would never have to hurt again...

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    social issues are important to many voters. If they feel stronger about those issues than economic ones, who are you to say otherwise

    Plenty of people vote strictly on social issues, both conservatives and liberals. Nothing wrong with it. Every voter has different points they stress.

    Mine is moreso social and immigration issues. I am rather moderate on the economy, but feel one party is full of hideous human beings due to the social and immigration issues, and will vote accordingly.
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