You are correct but as is often the case when used by the liberal factions "coexisting" doesnt mean "coexisting" -- its really just a way for telling one group(s) to shut up and to give preference to another group(s). Its kinda like the Obama health care law having nothing to do with actually providing health care -- its a mask for hiding a huge power grab.But coexisting is not freedom from, but more freedom of.
Want to see the real hate come out of a lefty,just diasgree with one .Since you agree with them and ae one, why should they hate you?I can agree with that Ant, but as a non-JDC follower and in particular a Polytheist, I see the flip side, where I am told I will burn in your hell, am evil, worship the devil, etc. all because I honor a different pantheon of Gods than most. A lot of this hate, but not all comes from the right and very rarely the left, which makes me wonder about the true feeling of the right when it comes to freedom of religion.
We all witnessed where the real hate comes from at the polls when Obombs was elected.Conservatives were the ones being attacked not the obombs thugs.Want to see some hate,listen to the leftest.And me having christian view I am often called a hate monger and a bigot which neither are true. And I am often subject to hateful things because of my beliefs and alot of this hate comes from the left.
What about the other freedom"FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATION"?We should have the right to keep you leftest out of our schools with your agendas.We should have the freedom to not have to support your agendas with our tax dollars.But coexisting is not freedom from, but more freedom of.
Lol, I bet that doesnt happen very often.What makes you think I am liberal? I am Libertarian.
I guess your right,why not be nice to the drug pushers and terrorist,maybe invite some of the 'Flash mobs'to a bar b que.There's a lot of hate and prejudice coming from both sides in this country. And judging from the above comments, there are at least a few people trying to really understand what's happening and asking thoughtful questions, not just spewing out accusations and labels.
Thank you, Asatrur and Ant, for demonstrating a civil interaction between people with opposing views; and lex, as usual, you are very astute and wise beyond your years.
That is what Libertarianism is to me. Defend our physical borders only and the rest is up to the states and local governments.as I understand the modern and common variation in this country, boils down to being "pro-choice" on pretty much everything and that the government should exist only to defend it's people. Am I correct? I can see the allure in that concept. I *personally* feel that that is overly simplified and
slightly naive, but that is just my perspective.
Could be, but most of the visible TP "members" in D.C. are too conservative for my tastes having views on gay issues, imperialism, tax breaks for big business, etc. which is not Libertarian at all. I put members in quotes since they are not what the real TP party represents which I believe is Taxed enough already.Thank you gypsysue.
I like to think of the tea party as a conservative/libertarian party. This is where I would put my self on the political scale.