Second American Civil War...

Discussion in 'Current Events' started by phadras, May 30, 2004.

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    This may sound like a dire prediction but I believe I'm right on... The Dems and the left, in effect, hate this nation... Their willing comrades in academia, even in the high schools and lower levels, have taught our poor children to hate America... What's the first thing the asses in academia teach about American history? Well we all know don't we.... Americans are the root of all evil..
    As Lincoln said "A house divided against itself cannot stand".
    The left and their cohorts/puppets in the media and academia make every attempt to divide this nation and they have succeeded. The only question now is what will start the next civil war... Gay marriage? could be... But I think it will be more like this..... A liberal Democrat (Any other kind?) will get elected president and then attempt to turn over American military sovereignty to a international body (UN) or try to subjugate American control to an alliance (NATO). That will trigger the war... For God's sake I hope the states will win out over the hyperfederalism we have today...
     
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    You arent the first person on this board predicting a second civil war. you wont be the last one. Unless something changes soon there will be one whether we want it or not.
     
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    Actually there has been a growing backlash to what the schools have been teaching for some time. At the forefront is the homeschool movement. Some homeschool for religious reasons, though this is NOT the largest percentage, contrary to the press given.

    Many homeschool because they don't like the curriculum or lack of one in many of the public schools. Some because they are afraid of the lack of moral and ethical teaching-which is very different than religious beliefs. Some, albeit a small percentage believe that the schools are indoctrinating their children.

    There are many fine teachers and schools in our country, public and private. There is a bias though in most education courses towards 'value free' teaching, as if that isn't a bias in itself.
     
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    are you mentally handicapped or do you just LIKE being a moron?

    the dems and the left do NOT hate this nation so STFU!
     
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    I've been saying this for quite some time now. I need not say "I agree".
     
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    I do not think a Democratic president would try to subjugate the country to a body like UN or NATO. That is not my fear, rather it would be that they want so badly to be "liked" by the foreign powers and to "keep power" domestically that the tendency is towards inaction on the foreign front and socialism at home.

    I do not think the result would be civil war. If nothing 'bad' happened, they would remain in power and the country will slide like EU has been for the past 50 years. I don't think that will happen though, 9/11 was not a warning, but shot across the bow.
     
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    I believe a second Civil War is coming. It may take until we're dead and gone and don't realize it happened. But it will happen.

    It will be between those that want to keep America as it always was, and those that want to change it.
     
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    Well on this we'll disagree. America is always changing, as Bob Dole said yesterday, (paraphrasing), 'It's a better country than the time of Washington or Lincoln, it will be a better country in the future. America is not finished, it is always becoming.'
     
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    I can't argue that it's changing. I can argue that it changes in ways that aren't good. Like the muslims broadcasting a call to prayer over loud speakers five times a day. Or queers marrying. Or the war being waged against Christianity by the liberals and their attack squad, the ACLU.

    Some change we "don't" need. But there seems to be more and more of it everyday.

    I'm not alone with this thought.
     
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    Im curious as to your thoughts on the recent speeches given by Ted kennedy, Al Gore, hillary and the like calling for the heads of the administration. How is that not harmful to this country during a time of war?

    Suppose your a soldier in the field, not a far stretch since you were in the military, and you kept hearing on the news how Democratic leaders like the aformentioned are calling for the removal of your commander in chief and all his subordinants? Isn't that a major strike on morale? Doesn't that cause some troops not to be of a sound mind when combating people who are out to kill them daily?

    Im curious as to what you think DK.
     

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