Would you support Jeb Bush for president in 2016?

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Would you support Jeb Bush for president in 2016?

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  1. Yes

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  2. No

    66 vote(s)
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  1. Katzndogz
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    Have you ever one time saw me quote the Bible or use the Bible in any argument against the normalization of homosexuality? Or, used the Bible as an argument that the grotesque perversion that abortion has become. Once. Just once. Please use citations.
     
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    I don't have the time or patience to wade through your thousands of homophobic rants.

    I was speaking of you bible thumping fugnuts in general, not you in particular.

    You might just be a hater because you - like most homophobes- think it's icky and are suppressing your own sleeping giant.
     
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    He's a religious bigot, plain and simple.

    Everyone who disagrees with his poorly closeted lolberalism is a "bible thumper". :lol:
     
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    I don't think homosexuality is icky. I draw a distinction between the practice of homosexuality which is benign, and the acceptance of the normalcy of the practice which is degenerate. Are you kind of clear on that point? People like yourself MUST use religion because without it you simply have no argument at all to support something so societally destructive.

    Although, it is being debated (not here, there aren't enough people with the intellect) as to whether acceptance of homosexuality is a contributory cause, or just a symptom of a much larger cultural sickness.
     
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    Well that explains it! It's a religious thing.
     
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    Wealth inequality has a lot more to do with any "sickness" we have as a society than the acceptance of homosexuality.

    In fact, Western Europe has figured this out. It's no big deal, gays are accepted. But they also have less wealth inequality and strong welfare states and don't have anywhere near the crime we have.

    We are kind of the retards of the Industrialized world. We keep holding up our paper that says "2+2=Cat" and wonder why the rest of the world laughs at us.
     
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    Very well said.

    Many of us remember a Republican party that valued flesh and blood persons and hard work more than economic alchemy and paper entities given the rights of natural born persons. That party has less in common with the current nutball gaggle than raging syphilis does with good health.
     
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    It's not a matter of liberalism as all, guy.

    Republicans USED to get it. They used to get a strong middle class was the backbone of a strong society and the firewall against the "socialism" you live in bed-wetting fear of.

    Ike got it. Nixon Got it. Ford Got it. I think on some level, even Reagan got it.

    It's when the rich douchebags like the Bushes and Romney took over, and figured you can just manipulate the religious stupids into voting agianst their own economic interests that things went south.

    Or as another wise republican said, "You can't fool all of the people all of the time."
     
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    Nixod was the quintessential closeted lolberal...Economic central planner, bureaucracy bloater, etcetera......Little wonder you point to him as someone who "gets it". :lol:

    Oh, and you're still a slimeball religious bigot.
     
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    Republican rich douchbags are somehow worse than democrat rich douchbags.
     

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