I didn't read it, like I said. The comprehension issue seems to be with you. I see it the same way I see those tabloid magazines at the market. I might read the title and chuckle over the cover, but there's no way I'm actually going to read it. Are you serious? hahaCan you summarize the post?
I didn't read it, like I said. The comprehension issue seems to be with you.
The two are interchangeable, and your posts are far too full of grammatical errors for you to have a leg to stand on here. If you want to go the way of pedantry then we can, because you're a rather sloppy writer and I'll win.1. It's "as I said." So you're a government school grad, huh?
Hey, if that's where our exchange has landed you then more power to you.You have claimed not to have read it, then admitted reading some of it.
Democrats lie about everything.
You overestimate yourself if you think anything more than a minority of posters actually read through your drivel.So we can conclude that you cannot summarize the post.
You read it, found yourself grinding your teeth, mumbling 'must-defend-party,'.....and claimed not to have read it.
Must have hit a nerve. You're already bringing real life into it.Don't imagine for a moment that people in your actual life don't recognize what a fraud you are.
Which party has voters who will cogitate on that question?
1.It was never a real question…it was a deflection from real threatening observations.
"How many angels can dance on the head of a pin?" (alternatively "How many angels can stand on the point of a pin?") is a reductio ad absurdum challenge to medieval scholasticism in general, and its angelology in particular, as represented by figures such as Duns Scotus and Thomas Aquinas. It is first recorded in the 17th century, in the context of Protestant apologetics. It also has been linked to the fall of Constantinople, with the imagery of scholars debating while the Turks besieged the city.
In modern usage, the term has lost its theological context and is used as a metaphor for wasting time debating topics of no practical value, or questions whose answers hold no intellectual consequence, while more urgent concerns accumulate.”
2. Yet, this day, the how-many-angels ploy is successful in politics: they get the inattentive to focus on persons, not the important things, policies. The pretense is that WHO becomes President is important.....while it is WHAT is being empowered.
Hence a Leftwing clod, a moron, is pronounced President, bringing the Green New Deal and every radical policy to fruition.
There are actually fools claiming, even now, that Biden is a successful President, in the face of Afghanistan, huge spending bills, inflation, the border, mandates, gasoline prices, socialism, and impending radical policies on his agenda.
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Medieval….primitive policies, are those shown time and again to fail. If one has had the advantage of an education, the similarity of Democrat/Leftist what-passes-for-thinking to medieval/pagan ideas, is astounding.
It is amazing to those of us who expect to use insight, experience, logic, history and facts in our calculations.
The Democrat voters are absorbed by the misdirection, and by a religion, Militant Secularism, rather than a realistic worldview.
It is a great time-saver: they never have to think or read, simply follow orders.
3. For a time, the three witches of communism, Rousseau, Hegel, and Marx, were ascendant. They are the godfathers of Leftist thought, and at the heart of Democrat policies.
And not just during the creation of the Depression, the great threat. It is more clear today than ever before:
There are only three things important to the Democrat program, agenda.....Race, Class, and Gender.
Not liberty, not religious freedom, not prosperity, not individuality, not tranquility.
Race, Class, and Gender.
“Cultural Marxism, though it’s dismissed by critics as a “term invented by the Right”, “was an undeniable school of thought taking Marxist categories of oppressed and oppressor beyond the economic realm and applying to it other forms of oppression: gender, race, sexuality.” Caldron Pool
4. Just as the Depression Era had many believing that capitalism was dead, more recently, communism was seen as the future:
“Between 1974 and 1980, while the United States wallowed in post-Vietnam angst, 10 countries had fallen into the Soviet orbit: South Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, South Yemen, Angola, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Nicaragua, Grenada and Afghanistan. Never had the Soviets lost an inch of real estate to the West. The Brezhnev Doctrine stated simply that once a country went Communist, it would stay Communist. In other words, the Soviet empire would continue to advance and gain territory…” http://eightiesclub.tripod.com/id382.htm
And the communist franchise was opened here as the Democrat Party.
5. It seemed as though the Sherwin-Williams logo, a world covered in “red”, was the future.
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But then many of us, the educated ones, realized that the “red”……
And since then, we’ve voted against Democrats at every opportunity.