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Ann Coulte on Libertarians

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#31    MysticStrummer


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Posted 05 March 2013 - 05:39 AM

Conservatives might sound a little less off the rails if they'd stop trying to connect US liberals to socialism. Just a thought.

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Posted 05 March 2013 - 05:50 AM

Ann Coulter gets on my nerves! I don't like what she stands for or what she says, the kind of conservative commentators who spouts a bunch of hot air (and enough bull to fertilize a golf course). Rush, Beck, Hannity, Savage, Dr. Laura, etc. are not worth listening to and its' hard to agree with their ideas (unless you're a true-to-the-core Conservative), then everyone has a right to an opinion...make sure it makes sense.

However, I'm doubtful on the effectiveness of Libertarian ideals, the good thing about Libertarianism is to "think out of the box" radical solutions to serious problems and controversial issues that Liberals and Conservatives might not have best ideas to resolve them. I'm for a more progressive direction of politics, not wanting a reactionary U-turn on government policies and parts of Libertarian thought is akin to classical Liberalism not wanting a socialist influence.

Never thought of Wall-E as a socio-cultural commentatory, a children's film should teach valuable lessons on life without scareing them into submission of a political agenda. I hadn't seen the film, yet I like my children to view it someday.

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