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Jul 22, 2020 22:38:03   #
Bluuplanet
 
I'm a Republican.
I'm not real happy with Trump, but I was much less happy with the Bush's. G.H.W.'s "New World Order" crap. It was beyond creepy. There's no way that it is consistent with the US Constitution's guarantees of liberty. "W" was a place holder. His appeal (if you can call it that) was that he was comfortable with the Republican wing of the Deep State and wouldn't rock the Deep State boat (sort of like Sleepy Joe). I liked Reagan the most.

I believe in equality of opportunity, but not of outcome. Equality of outcome is the driving force behind Communism (or Bernie's type of socialism). It says we have to use force at first to make things equal but then people get used to it and everyone will feel equally free. It never works. No productive person will submit to their stuff being taken away. The socialist ruler, who is driven by his belief in equality only pushes harder, and eventually ends up massacring huge numbers of people or sending them to work camps. Even equality of opportunity must be limited to not actively preventing someone's advancement.

Governments don't care. They only exist to use force. Groups of people using crowdsourcing can do caring things. Government can't. If my neighbor comes to my door, points a gun at me and tells me that I have to pay $4000 to help pay for the operation his wife needs, he has not made me caring person. He has only made himself a thief. The civil rights legislation of the 1960's did much more harm than good.

The father of Quantum Physics, Dr. Richard Feynman, said that if the word "science" comes with adjectives, it probably isn't science. The same is true of the word "justice". When adjectives like "racial", "economic", or "social" are added, it is only done to redefine the word. Leviticus 19:15 has it right: "Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly." Justice is measuring everyone by the exact same impersonal standard.

Too many people today have no principles. Their "conscience" seems to be governed by a new word I heard recently: "squick". It's a contraction of "squeamish" and "ick". It's a little bit fear and a little bit disgust. It's what picky eaters rely on to tell them that they can't stand a new food they've just been introduced to and haven't even tasted. It's the emotion that bubble-headed tarts in titillating movies express as they are easily taken advantage of by some cad who makes them feel good. And it's what drives the emotions of voters in voting booths all over the country -- that and their public school indoctrinated notion that equality is a principle to live by. Equality is not natural. It can only be achieved by sustained government force, and then, only nominally. “Human beings are born with different capacities. If they are free, they are not equal. And if they are equal, they are not free.” --Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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Jul 22, 2020 22:40:33   #
MStem
 
Hi Blu. Hope you find something worth reading.

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Jul 22, 2020 22:52:57   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
Bluuplanet wrote:
I'm a Republican.
I'm not real happy with Trump, but I was much less happy with the Bush's. G.H.W.'s "New World Order" crap. It was beyond creepy. There's no way that it is consistent with the US Constitution's guarantees of liberty. "W" was a place holder. His appeal (if you can call it that) was that he was comfortable with the Republican wing of the Deep State and wouldn't rock the Deep State boat (sort of like Sleepy Joe). I liked Reagan the most.

I believe in equality of opportunity, but not of outcome. Equality of outcome is the driving force behind Communism (or Bernie's type of socialism). It says we have to use force at first to make things equal but then people get used to it and everyone will feel equally free. It never works. No productive person will submit to their stuff being taken away. The socialist ruler, who is driven by his belief in equality only pushes harder, and eventually ends up massacring huge numbers of people or sending them to work camps. Even equality of opportunity must be limited to not actively preventing someone's advancement.

Governments don't care. They only exist to use force. Groups of people using crowdsourcing can do caring things. Government can't. If my neighbor comes to my door, points a gun at me and tells me that I have to pay $4000 to help pay for the operation his wife needs, he has not made me caring person. He has only made himself a thief. The civil rights legislation of the 1960's did much more harm than good.

The father of Quantum Physics, Dr. Richard Feynman, said that if the word "science" comes with adjectives, it probably isn't science. The same is true of the word "justice". When adjectives like "racial", "economic", or "social" are added, it is only done to redefine the word. Leviticus 19:15 has it right: "Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly." Justice is measuring everyone by the exact same impersonal standard.

Too many people today have no principles. Their "conscience" seems to be governed by a new word I heard recently: "squick". It's a contraction of "squeamish" and "ick". It's a little bit fear and a little bit disgust. It's what picky eaters rely on to tell them that they can't stand a new food they've just been introduced to and haven't even tasted. It's the emotion that bubble-headed tarts in titillating movies express as they are easily taken advantage of by some cad who makes them feel good. And it's what drives the emotions of voters in voting booths all over the country -- that and their public school indoctrinated notion that equality is a principle to live by. Equality is not natural. It can only be achieved by sustained government force, and then, only nominally. “Human beings are born with different capacities. If they are free, they are not equal. And if they are equal, they are not free.” --Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
I'm a Republican. br I'm not real happy with Trump... (show quote)


Welcome to OPP. I agree with much of what you say. However, you stated,[quote[ The civil rights legislation of the 1960's did much more harm than good.[/quote] I'm not sure I understand what you meant by that. Perhaps you meant Johnson's Great Society legislation. Clarification?

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Jul 22, 2020 22:56:59   #
debeda
 
Bluuplanet wrote:
I'm a Republican.
I'm not real happy with Trump, but I was much less happy with the Bush's. G.H.W.'s "New World Order" crap. It was beyond creepy. There's no way that it is consistent with the US Constitution's guarantees of liberty. "W" was a place holder. His appeal (if you can call it that) was that he was comfortable with the Republican wing of the Deep State and wouldn't rock the Deep State boat (sort of like Sleepy Joe). I liked Reagan the most.

I believe in equality of opportunity, but not of outcome. Equality of outcome is the driving force behind Communism (or Bernie's type of socialism). It says we have to use force at first to make things equal but then people get used to it and everyone will feel equally free. It never works. No productive person will submit to their stuff being taken away. The socialist ruler, who is driven by his belief in equality only pushes harder, and eventually ends up massacring huge numbers of people or sending them to work camps. Even equality of opportunity must be limited to not actively preventing someone's advancement.

Governments don't care. They only exist to use force. Groups of people using crowdsourcing can do caring things. Government can't. If my neighbor comes to my door, points a gun at me and tells me that I have to pay $4000 to help pay for the operation his wife needs, he has not made me caring person. He has only made himself a thief. The civil rights legislation of the 1960's did much more harm than good.

The father of Quantum Physics, Dr. Richard Feynman, said that if the word "science" comes with adjectives, it probably isn't science. The same is true of the word "justice". When adjectives like "racial", "economic", or "social" are added, it is only done to redefine the word. Leviticus 19:15 has it right: "Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly." Justice is measuring everyone by the exact same impersonal standard.

Too many people today have no principles. Their "conscience" seems to be governed by a new word I heard recently: "squick". It's a contraction of "squeamish" and "ick". It's a little bit fear and a little bit disgust. It's what picky eaters rely on to tell them that they can't stand a new food they've just been introduced to and haven't even tasted. It's the emotion that bubble-headed tarts in titillating movies express as they are easily taken advantage of by some cad who makes them feel good. And it's what drives the emotions of voters in voting booths all over the country -- that and their public school indoctrinated notion that equality is a principle to live by. Equality is not natural. It can only be achieved by sustained government force, and then, only nominally. “Human beings are born with different capacities. If they are free, they are not equal. And if they are equal, they are not free.” --Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
I'm a Republican. br I'm not real happy with Trump... (show quote)


Good post. And welcome

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Jul 22, 2020 23:05:28   #
Bluuplanet
 
Yes. I meant Johnson's Great Society legislation.

But as far as Jim Crow laws go, they existed as laws because those rules could only exist without competition. Even in the most racially charged areas of the deep south, bussing companies that forced people to the back of the bus would have been run out of business by competition that didn't follow that policy. After all, most of the riders of public transportation were black. Establishments that forced blacks to enter through the back door or an alley door while whites could use the front door would have suffered similar fate. And the school bussing legislation was hated by everyone. Government meddling was the problem.
Ronald Reagan had it right when he said the person to fear the most was the man who said, "I'm from the government and I'm here to help." and "Government isn't the solution to the problem, government IS the problem."
So much for legislation fixing social problems.

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Jul 22, 2020 23:06:46   #
MStem
 
Bluuplanet wrote:
Yes. I meant Johnson's Great Society legislation.

But as far as Jim Crow laws go, they existed as laws because those rules could only exist without competition. Even in the most racially charged areas of the deep south, bussing companies that forced people to the back of the bus would have been run out of business by competition that didn't follow that policy. After all, most of the riders of public transportation were black. Establishments that forced blacks to enter through the back door or an alley door while whites could use the front door would have suffered similar fate. And the school bussing legislation was hated by everyone.
Ronald Reagan had it right when he said the person to fear the most was the man who said, "I'm from the government and I'm here to help." and "Government isn't the solution to the problem, government IS the problem."
So much for legislation fixing social problems.
Yes. I meant Johnson's Great Society legislation.... (show quote)


The school busing legislation was opposed by people like Biden, because he didn’t want those black kids in school with his kids.

Incidentally, your use of the terms “public school” and “bussing” instead of “busing” make me wonder.

Are you British?

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Jul 22, 2020 23:46:35   #
Marty 2020 Loc: Almost Heaven
 
Bluuplanet wrote:
Yes. I meant Johnson's Great Society legislation.

But as far as Jim Crow laws go, they existed as laws because those rules could only exist without competition. Even in the most racially charged areas of the deep south, bussing companies that forced people to the back of the bus would have been run out of business by competition that didn't follow that policy. After all, most of the riders of public transportation were black. Establishments that forced blacks to enter through the back door or an alley door while whites could use the front door would have suffered similar fate. And the school bussing legislation was hated by everyone. Government meddling was the problem.
Ronald Reagan had it right when he said the person to fear the most was the man who said, "I'm from the government and I'm here to help." and "Government isn't the solution to the problem, government IS the problem."
So much for legislation fixing social problems.
Yes. I meant Johnson's Great Society legislation.... (show quote)

Hello and welcome!
I enjoyed reading your posts.
When you added in the scripture I was pleased. We’re told to keep our eyes on Jesus, watch and wait.
There’s gonna be some challenging topics that you watch as well as some corny jokes.
Again, welcome!

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Jul 22, 2020 23:48:49   #
Iliamna1
 
Bluuplanet wrote:
I'm a Republican.
I'm not real happy with Trump, but I was much less happy with the Bush's. G.H.W.'s "New World Order" crap. It was beyond creepy. There's no way that it is consistent with the US Constitution's guarantees of liberty. "W" was a place holder. His appeal (if you can call it that) was that he was comfortable with the Republican wing of the Deep State and wouldn't rock the Deep State boat (sort of like Sleepy Joe). I liked Reagan the most.

I believe in equality of opportunity, but not of outcome. Equality of outcome is the driving force behind Communism (or Bernie's type of socialism). It says we have to use force at first to make things equal but then people get used to it and everyone will feel equally free. It never works. No productive person will submit to their stuff being taken away. The socialist ruler, who is driven by his belief in equality only pushes harder, and eventually ends up massacring huge numbers of people or sending them to work camps. Even equality of opportunity must be limited to not actively preventing someone's advancement.

Governments don't care. They only exist to use force. Groups of people using crowdsourcing can do caring things. Government can't. If my neighbor comes to my door, points a gun at me and tells me that I have to pay $4000 to help pay for the operation his wife needs, he has not made me caring person. He has only made himself a thief. The civil rights legislation of the 1960's did much more harm than good.

The father of Quantum Physics, Dr. Richard Feynman, said that if the word "science" comes with adjectives, it probably isn't science. The same is true of the word "justice". When adjectives like "racial", "economic", or "social" are added, it is only done to redefine the word. Leviticus 19:15 has it right: "Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly." Justice is measuring everyone by the exact same impersonal standard.

Too many people today have no principles. Their "conscience" seems to be governed by a new word I heard recently: "squick". It's a contraction of "squeamish" and "ick". It's a little bit fear and a little bit disgust. It's what picky eaters rely on to tell them that they can't stand a new food they've just been introduced to and haven't even tasted. It's the emotion that bubble-headed tarts in titillating movies express as they are easily taken advantage of by some cad who makes them feel good. And it's what drives the emotions of voters in voting booths all over the country -- that and their public school indoctrinated notion that equality is a principle to live by. Equality is not natural. It can only be achieved by sustained government force, and then, only nominally. “Human beings are born with different capacities. If they are free, they are not equal. And if they are equal, they are not free.” --Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
I'm a Republican. br I'm not real happy with Trump... (show quote)


Welcome to OPP. I think I love the way you think already. There are a lot of crazy liberals here and I think you can probably take them on, point for point. Good luck and enjoy.

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Jul 23, 2020 00:21:30   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
Bluuplanet wrote:
Yes. I meant Johnson's Great Society legislation.

But as far as Jim Crow laws go, they existed as laws because those rules could only exist without competition. Even in the most racially charged areas of the deep south, bussing companies that forced people to the back of the bus would have been run out of business by competition that didn't follow that policy. After all, most of the riders of public transportation were black. Establishments that forced blacks to enter through the back door or an alley door while whites could use the front door would have suffered similar fate. And the school bussing legislation was hated by everyone. Government meddling was the problem.
Ronald Reagan had it right when he said the person to fear the most was the man who said, "I'm from the government and I'm here to help." and "Government isn't the solution to the problem, government IS the problem."
So much for legislation fixing social problems.
Yes. I meant Johnson's Great Society legislation.... (show quote)


The Jim Crow laws that were hallmarked by Plessy v Ferguson were actually opposed by the rail lines and many other businesses before and after the supreme court decision because it cost businesses in redundancy of services. Rail lines at first needed to provide separate cars for blacks and separate cars for whites (but equal accommodations was a joke). Separate street cars, separate hotels, separate schools, separate buses, separate facilities of all kinds. All a result of government meddling. Two of the worse decisions by the supreme court...Dred Scott and Plessy V Ferguson.

Today, The left wants to Progress(?) back to separate but equal with Black only dorms at universities.

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Jul 23, 2020 00:57:33   #
bggamers Loc: georgia
 
Bluuplanet wrote:
I'm a Republican.
I'm not real happy with Trump, but I was much less happy with the Bush's. G.H.W.'s "New World Order" crap. It was beyond creepy. There's no way that it is consistent with the US Constitution's guarantees of liberty. "W" was a place holder. His appeal (if you can call it that) was that he was comfortable with the Republican wing of the Deep State and wouldn't rock the Deep State boat (sort of like Sleepy Joe). I liked Reagan the most.

I believe in equality of opportunity, but not of outcome. Equality of outcome is the driving force behind Communism (or Bernie's type of socialism). It says we have to use force at first to make things equal but then people get used to it and everyone will feel equally free. It never works. No productive person will submit to their stuff being taken away. The socialist ruler, who is driven by his belief in equality only pushes harder, and eventually ends up massacring huge numbers of people or sending them to work camps. Even equality of opportunity must be limited to not actively preventing someone's advancement.

Governments don't care. They only exist to use force. Groups of people using crowdsourcing can do caring things. Government can't. If my neighbor comes to my door, points a gun at me and tells me that I have to pay $4000 to help pay for the operation his wife needs, he has not made me caring person. He has only made himself a thief. The civil rights legislation of the 1960's did much more harm than good.

The father of Quantum Physics, Dr. Richard Feynman, said that if the word "science" comes with adjectives, it probably isn't science. The same is true of the word "justice". When adjectives like "racial", "economic", or "social" are added, it is only done to redefine the word. Leviticus 19:15 has it right: "Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly." Justice is measuring everyone by the exact same impersonal standard.

Too many people today have no principles. Their "conscience" seems to be governed by a new word I heard recently: "squick". It's a contraction of "squeamish" and "ick". It's a little bit fear and a little bit disgust. It's what picky eaters rely on to tell them that they can't stand a new food they've just been introduced to and haven't even tasted. It's the emotion that bubble-headed tarts in titillating movies express as they are easily taken advantage of by some cad who makes them feel good. And it's what drives the emotions of voters in voting booths all over the country -- that and their public school indoctrinated notion that equality is a principle to live by. Equality is not natural. It can only be achieved by sustained government force, and then, only nominally. “Human beings are born with different capacities. If they are free, they are not equal. And if they are equal, they are not free.” --Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
I'm a Republican. br I'm not real happy with Trump... (show quote)


Welcome to opp hope you find a comfortable niche here and share your views just make sure to put on your thick skin some of our brothers and sisters on the left can be rather sharp, caustic or just downright rude and unfriendly but fun (some times)

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Jul 23, 2020 08:56:43   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
Bluuplanet wrote:
I'm a Republican.
I'm not real happy with Trump, but I was much less happy with the Bush's. G.H.W.'s "New World Order" crap. It was beyond creepy. There's no way that it is consistent with the US Constitution's guarantees of liberty. "W" was a place holder. His appeal (if you can call it that) was that he was comfortable with the Republican wing of the Deep State and wouldn't rock the Deep State boat (sort of like Sleepy Joe). I liked Reagan the most.

I believe in equality of opportunity, but not of outcome. Equality of outcome is the driving force behind Communism (or Bernie's type of socialism). It says we have to use force at first to make things equal but then people get used to it and everyone will feel equally free. It never works. No productive person will submit to their stuff being taken away. The socialist ruler, who is driven by his belief in equality only pushes harder, and eventually ends up massacring huge numbers of people or sending them to work camps. Even equality of opportunity must be limited to not actively preventing someone's advancement.

Governments don't care. They only exist to use force. Groups of people using crowdsourcing can do caring things. Government can't. If my neighbor comes to my door, points a gun at me and tells me that I have to pay $4000 to help pay for the operation his wife needs, he has not made me caring person. He has only made himself a thief. The civil rights legislation of the 1960's did much more harm than good.

The father of Quantum Physics, Dr. Richard Feynman, said that if the word "science" comes with adjectives, it probably isn't science. The same is true of the word "justice". When adjectives like "racial", "economic", or "social" are added, it is only done to redefine the word. Leviticus 19:15 has it right: "Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly." Justice is measuring everyone by the exact same impersonal standard.

Too many people today have no principles. Their "conscience" seems to be governed by a new word I heard recently: "squick". It's a contraction of "squeamish" and "ick". It's a little bit fear and a little bit disgust. It's what picky eaters rely on to tell them that they can't stand a new food they've just been introduced to and haven't even tasted. It's the emotion that bubble-headed tarts in titillating movies express as they are easily taken advantage of by some cad who makes them feel good. And it's what drives the emotions of voters in voting booths all over the country -- that and their public school indoctrinated notion that equality is a principle to live by. Equality is not natural. It can only be achieved by sustained government force, and then, only nominally. “Human beings are born with different capacities. If they are free, they are not equal. And if they are equal, they are not free.” --Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
I'm a Republican. br I'm not real happy with Trump... (show quote)


Trump is doing a great job while dodging the bullets that are coming from all directions! The bushes took what America gave trump gives back without a salary because he loves what America has to offer!!

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Jul 23, 2020 14:00:33   #
Roamin' Catholic Loc: the Frozen Tundra
 
Bluuplanet wrote:
I'm a Republican.
I'm not real happy with Trump, but I was much less happy with the Bush's. G.H.W.'s "New World Order" crap. It was beyond creepy. There's no way that it is consistent with the US Constitution's guarantees of liberty. "W" was a place holder. His appeal (if you can call it that) was that he was comfortable with the Republican wing of the Deep State and wouldn't rock the Deep State boat (sort of like Sleepy Joe). I liked Reagan the most.

I believe in equality of opportunity, but not of outcome. Equality of outcome is the driving force behind Communism (or Bernie's type of socialism). It says we have to use force at first to make things equal but then people get used to it and everyone will feel equally free. It never works. No productive person will submit to their stuff being taken away. The socialist ruler, who is driven by his belief in equality only pushes harder, and eventually ends up massacring huge numbers of people or sending them to work camps. Even equality of opportunity must be limited to not actively preventing someone's advancement.

Governments don't care. They only exist to use force. Groups of people using crowdsourcing can do caring things. Government can't. If my neighbor comes to my door, points a gun at me and tells me that I have to pay $4000 to help pay for the operation his wife needs, he has not made me caring person. He has only made himself a thief. The civil rights legislation of the 1960's did much more harm than good.

The father of Quantum Physics, Dr. Richard Feynman, said that if the word "science" comes with adjectives, it probably isn't science. The same is true of the word "justice". When adjectives like "racial", "economic", or "social" are added, it is only done to redefine the word. Leviticus 19:15 has it right: "Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly." Justice is measuring everyone by the exact same impersonal standard.

Too many people today have no principles. Their "conscience" seems to be governed by a new word I heard recently: "squick". It's a contraction of "squeamish" and "ick". It's a little bit fear and a little bit disgust. It's what picky eaters rely on to tell them that they can't stand a new food they've just been introduced to and haven't even tasted. It's the emotion that bubble-headed tarts in titillating movies express as they are easily taken advantage of by some cad who makes them feel good. And it's what drives the emotions of voters in voting booths all over the country -- that and their public school indoctrinated notion that equality is a principle to live by. Equality is not natural. It can only be achieved by sustained government force, and then, only nominally. “Human beings are born with different capacities. If they are free, they are not equal. And if they are equal, they are not free.” --Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
I'm a Republican. br I'm not real happy with Trump... (show quote)

Welcome Bluuplanet! You write well and are interesting! I and many others look forward to reading and replying to your posts!

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Jul 23, 2020 17:00:33   #
Lt. Rob Polans ret.
 
Bluuplanet wrote:
I'm a Republican.
I'm not real happy with Trump, but I was much less happy with the Bush's. G.H.W.'s "New World Order" crap. It was beyond creepy. There's no way that it is consistent with the US Constitution's guarantees of liberty. "W" was a place holder. His appeal (if you can call it that) was that he was comfortable with the Republican wing of the Deep State and wouldn't rock the Deep State boat (sort of like Sleepy Joe). I liked Reagan the most.

I believe in equality of opportunity, but not of outcome. Equality of outcome is the driving force behind Communism (or Bernie's type of socialism). It says we have to use force at first to make things equal but then people get used to it and everyone will feel equally free. It never works. No productive person will submit to their stuff being taken away. The socialist ruler, who is driven by his belief in equality only pushes harder, and eventually ends up massacring huge numbers of people or sending them to work camps. Even equality of opportunity must be limited to not actively preventing someone's advancement.

Governments don't care. They only exist to use force. Groups of people using crowdsourcing can do caring things. Government can't. If my neighbor comes to my door, points a gun at me and tells me that I have to pay $4000 to help pay for the operation his wife needs, he has not made me caring person. He has only made himself a thief. The civil rights legislation of the 1960's did much more harm than good.

The father of Quantum Physics, Dr. Richard Feynman, said that if the word "science" comes with adjectives, it probably isn't science. The same is true of the word "justice". When adjectives like "racial", "economic", or "social" are added, it is only done to redefine the word. Leviticus 19:15 has it right: "Do not pervert justice; do not show partiality to the poor or favoritism to the great, but judge your neighbor fairly." Justice is measuring everyone by the exact same impersonal standard.

Too many people today have no principles. Their "conscience" seems to be governed by a new word I heard recently: "squick". It's a contraction of "squeamish" and "ick". It's a little bit fear and a little bit disgust. It's what picky eaters rely on to tell them that they can't stand a new food they've just been introduced to and haven't even tasted. It's the emotion that bubble-headed tarts in titillating movies express as they are easily taken advantage of by some cad who makes them feel good. And it's what drives the emotions of voters in voting booths all over the country -- that and their public school indoctrinated notion that equality is a principle to live by. Equality is not natural. It can only be achieved by sustained government force, and then, only nominally. “Human beings are born with different capacities. If they are free, they are not equal. And if they are equal, they are not free.” --Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
I'm a Republican. br I'm not real happy with Trump... (show quote)


Welcome, I agree about the Bushes. More than creepy, pod people kind of stance. No, governments don't care, I learned that in the jungles of Vietnam when they presented me with Rules Of Engagement. I was sent there to keep those boys alive, follow those rules and they would be dead within a day. It seems you have a lot to contribute.

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Jul 23, 2020 17:03:16   #
Lt. Rob Polans ret.
 
dtucker300 wrote:
I'm not sure I understand what you meant by that. Perhaps you meant Johnson's Great Society legislation. Clarification?


It set up JFK for assassination for one thing. If he was still there Johnson could not go forward with his plan which was the forerunner of the nwo.

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Jul 23, 2020 18:41:56   #
Mike Easterday
 
Welcome to the group!

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