Incivility

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    For some reason, this caught my attention. I think there is a lot to be said for at least considering where we are, have been, and are going as a people, regarding political discourse. I try, but find myself too often needing something like the 'note' at the end:

    http://www.captainsquartersblog.com/mt/archives/009330.php

     
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    But I thought that incivility was rewarded here.
     
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    The lack of civility highly disturbs me... i dont know about anyone else.
     
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    Agreed. Both sides of the political aisle have gone to the extremes painting the other as either nuke all or traitors. Neither are either.
     
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    This is bullshit. In the 1860's the Democrats got so pissed they declared war on the GOP. It was called the Civil War. Only difference is now they are too cowardly to try it again.
     

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