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    A radical notion

    A radical notion

    “I really don’t care what you think.”

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    Gayle Spencer | December 15, 2011 at 11:28 am

    I’ve always seen the “C” in these inane COEXIST bumper stickers as PacMan devouring the rest of the field.

    Muslims tell us, over and over, that their intent is to control the world, imposing islam on all of us. In this effort the koran (and hadiths) amply support them. More than 60% of these core islamic “holy” books instruct muslim how they are to deal with non-muslims. The options are: offer them the chance to convert to islam; failing that the remaining options are slavery or death.

    I believe what they say.

    Years ago, I heard a holocaust survivor say, “When people say they want to kill you, believe them.”

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtePF8p-eIo

    I don’t understand liberals or progressives as they call themselves. Where is the sense of self survival? They are totally delusional in thinking if they are nice to monsters they will leave them alone. Or maybe they think the US is too big to fail and they are safe in its comforting arms. How long will that last if they continue their asinine policies? Will they change their minds when the sword is about to descend to their necks? Or will they gladly convert immediately since they have no core beliefs anyway and can just pay lip service to their new religion? Won’t go so well with liberal women though.

    I also love the labor bumper sticker – “the folks who brought you the weekend.” The problem with that statement, in my opinion, is that no one is advocating changing work rules to abolish the weekend (which, by the way, a lot of workers don’t enjoy a standard, Saturday – Sunday weekend.) That statement ignores the reality that labor unions just aren’t necessary anymore – the causes they fought for in the 20s, 30s and 40s are now firmly ensconced in current labor law (regardless of whether you belong to a union or not.) Besides, it isn’t the private sector unions that are the big problem (except for the over-priced labor and onerous labor rules that cause American manufacturers to move jobs off-shore -oops, I forgot, it’s greedy business owners who do that) but public sector unions, who don’t negotiate with the actual bosses, but negotiate/conspire with people over whom they have control (by supporting or opposing in elections) against the taxpayers who actually pay them.


     
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    SoCA Conservative Mom | December 15, 2011 at 5:14 pm

    What’s the 3 sun A bumper sticker about?

    One of the problems I have with feminism is the thinking that you are somehow less woman?/person? if you choose to forgo a career to raise your own kids. I had a career and raising 2 boys is more challenging and rewarding. You think work place politics are tough? Try playground politics.


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