Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Mohommed (by telling the truth about him, for example), is that because he knows we'll get blown up or otherwise murdered? Because in this, Obama does speak the truth -- unless we make a stand, the future is not for those who do not submit to the islamic state. Some religions will win you over by flattery, others by deception. Then there are those who will threaten violence if you do not submit, and will kill you if you try to leave. Better to stick with the truth. The religions of men may be fun, may be enticing, or may be threatening -- but none will lead you to the promised land, or truly satisfy. Obama, sorry if I've slandered you, or some so-called "prophet" (why is it that Jesus is just Jesus, but Mohommed is now "The Prophet Mohommed"? is the entire media afraid of being suicide-bombed?). Except the truth is not "slander". You should try it sometime.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The comments Romney made back in May in a private meeting with donors illustrates one difference between liberals and conservatives. No, not the statement itself. But look at the "discussion" on liberal websites, and conservative websites. For example, on National Review, you have an adult, heavy conversation about the issues of givers and takers, about what makes people vote for or against a candidate. About demographics, and motivations. In short, a real learning experience. Romney did that. He provoked a rational healthy discussion. Look for that on a liberal website. Sorry, but the conservative movement is much more likely to debate, to explore, and to even reason and shift opinions based on facts.