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beccamills

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Re: Thetimucan is a pos troll.
Posted: Jun 20, 2012 6:43 PM   in response to: chadcampbell in response to: chadcampbell
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Do you know what a a fake republican is? Its someone
who ignores things like civil liberties and votes
against gay marriage and bans abortion. Thats a fake
republican. A true republican believes in the freedom
of speech and the individual rights over the groups.

Nope, that's a libertarian. When you divide libertarian positions up, some go left (abortion rights, drug legalization, gay rights, etc.) and some go right (gun freedoms, anti-taxation, anti-regulation, etc.). True libertarians don't fit easily into a two-party system like the U.S.'s.
inyun

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Re: Thetimucan is a pos troll.
Posted: Jun 20, 2012 6:47 PM   in response to: chadcampbell in response to: chadcampbell
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Hey ass,

I still have National, State and Pan American weightlifting and power lifting medals gathering dust in my closet. I said walk away. It would be wise to do so.

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76year2

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Re: Thetimucan is a pos troll.
Posted: Jun 20, 2012 7:08 PM   in response to: chadcampbell in response to: chadcampbell
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No I don't feel foolish. Marriage is for people that want to reprodures the speices. Abortion is murder, anyway you cut it, I can see it if its for the life of the mother, or a rape victum. But getting pregnant is so easy to control nowdays. I believe freedom of speech is good, except where someone is trying to do harm to some one else. Like a lying politicaion we see every day, think fool before you jump off a bridge, then hold your nose before you hit the water. (Golden Gate Bridge maybe)
chadcampbell

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Re: Thetimucan is a pos troll.
Posted: Jun 20, 2012 7:18 PM   in response to: inyun in response to: inyun
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Oh no you can lift weights what will i ever do... P
chadcampbell

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Posted: Jun 20, 2012 7:19 PM   in response to: 76year2 in response to: 76year2
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Again you are not a republican! You are an idiot
potatoandbeans

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Posted: Jun 20, 2012 7:30 PM   in response to: chadcampbell in response to: chadcampbell
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Hey Chad.

First off, I am not taking sides here, but I do want to share something.
Earlier this month, two days before publishing my story , I spent bout eight hours reading random threads on the board here.

One particular comment stayed with me, and I bookmarked it, because it was so deceptively simple, yet utterly brilliant.

Now, I don't know anything about TheTimucan, but I am quite certain he is an excellent writer - perhaps even better than I am.

This is what TheTimucan wrote:

[i]"Funny, I was thinking about how Hemingway used commas like they were rare diamonds. The famous editor Max Perkins was reputedly a bad speller. Check out Hemingway’s work. You will almost never see a comma behind an introductory clause, and the few you find were probably put there by an editor, not him. Commas, in my opinion, are often optional, but not always, as a missing comma can change the meaning of a sentence completely. Good luck trying to tell an editor that commas are often optional though.[u] [b]I sometimes leave a comma or two out of dialogue if I want to give the reader the feeling the speaker is talking fast[/b][/u]. Editors always put the commas in anyway. "[/i]

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The underlined sentence, in my opinion, is the most profound statement I've read on this board thus far, and reflects directly on the writer's experience and perceptive nature.

That's my 2 cents. No refunds

ps: Not that it should matter, but I am a liberal.
potatoandbeans

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Re: Thetimucan is a pos troll.
Posted: Jun 20, 2012 7:44 PM   in response to: beccamills in response to: beccamills
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[i]" True libertarians don't fit easily into a two-party system like the U.S.'s. "[/i]

Becca, I must respectfully disagree.
No pure libertarian exists in the United States today.
The last pure American libertarian was Thomas Paine.

The first pure Libertarian, John Locke, would have a fit if he saw how his philosophy has been bastardized.

The majority of American libertarians are paleolibertarians divided into the Rothbardian (Mises Institute/Paul) and Hayekian (Cato) camp with pronounced Christian conservative leanings.

One must never forget that Locke's Treatises came during the Age of Enlightenment, and the key to understanding Locke is to first understand the guiding principle of the movement.
potatoandbeans

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Re: Thetimucan is a pos troll.
Posted: Jun 20, 2012 7:46 PM   in response to: beccamills in response to: beccamills
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[i]" True libertarians don't fit easily into a two-party system like the U.S.'s. "[/i]

Becca, I must respectfully disagree.
No pure libertarian exists in the United States today.
The last pure American libertarian was Thomas Paine.

The first pure Libertarian, John Locke, would have a fit if he saw how his philosophy has been bastardized.

The majority of American libertarians are paleolibertarians divided into the Rothbardian (Mises Institute/Paul) and Hayekian (Cato) camp with pronounced Christian conservative leanings.

One must never forget that Locke's Treatises came during the Age of Enlightenment, and the key to understanding Locke is to first understand the guiding principle of the movement.
columnfive

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Re: Thetimucan is a pos troll.
Posted: Jun 21, 2012 3:09 AM   in response to: oldblindog in response to: oldblindog
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sighs<

I see more than just sales have been deteriorating around here.
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