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Just how far is too far?


The number of times we hear the more extreme amongst them [with little or no  internal reprimands that they believe that the private sector has the right to:

1] Select their customers based on race, gender, sexuality and creed.

2] What they pay their employees based on race, gender, sexuality and creed.

Seeing that they believe that all government does is interfere one would conclude they regard this lack of rights a norm.


Avoiding the "N" word has been tough, but foreign has been a go to method, not born here, must be a Muslim and if all else fails socialists. Casting a fellow citizen as a foreigner is just a sneaky way of using a racial slur. When Republicans were asked at the start of the Birther movement, the best of them merely avoided the question entirely.


By concentrating on what makes us different, and can hence be legislated against, they can avoid straightforward charges of sexism. It all for the baby rather than against the woman. Only the morally depraved would require that service. Well if you used common sense you wouldn't dress like that, and so on.


Here is an easier subject for them to deal with, they seem to all agree they really don't have to try that hard not to appear homophobic. It will ruin the army, promote bestiality, allow polygamy/polyandry and put our children in danger. They can say this with barely a murmur of dissent.


Continually going on about god, and we all know which god that happens to be, and how this is god's country sort of speaks for itself. If he is not one of us he must be a Muslim and he is a Muslim because he isn't white. We all know liberals cant be Christians don't we?

We all know this stuff is a figment of our imagination.

Ya really.


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  •  Tip Jar. How far do you have to go for the GOP (10+ / 0-)

    to say stop?

    "Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing." Arundhati Roy

    by LaFeminista on Tue Oct 02, 2012 at 10:31:30 AM PDT

  •  Easter Island? (2+ / 0-)
    Recommended by:
    LaFeminista, BobBlueMass

    Somebody cut down the last tree.

  •  LaFem, I don't think they HAVE a line in the sand. (4+ / 0-)
    Recommended by:
    The Dead Man, mookins, a2nite, LaFeminista

    That is what is frightening about them. They are trying to regain power by appealing to the very worst instincts of their base and I don't think they much care who gets hurt in the process. The money/power faction of the party only cares about more money and more power and the evangelical faction doesn't care if the middle east is literally set ablaze, in fact they welcome it and encourage it because in their delusional religious psychosis they believe that the middle east (and Israel) must be destroyed in order to bring on the Rapture.

    I just want to send a special shout out to St. Ronnie for bringing these lunatics (evangelicals) arm and arm into our government and our political process.  

    "I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality" Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    by mindara on Tue Oct 02, 2012 at 12:11:41 PM PDT

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