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I understand liberals all too well. They think of conservatives - as enemies. They want me disarmed

Posted: Sep 11th, 2018 - 2:51 am In Reply to: I thought this was an interesting article - about what has happened through time

and enslaved. They want to take what I have produced and saved and give it away to others who will vote for them. I worked hard for that.

They claim I "didn't build that" when in fact I worked more 14-hour days with my husband to build a small business. They call me a "racist" when I judge people by the content of their character rather than exclusively by the color of their skin, or when I support the rule of law and include immigration law in that concept.

They want to overturn a free and fair election simply because the American people rejected socialism when they felt entitled to win, and they are willing to accomplish that coup "by any means necessary". They want to exercise their freedom of speech by showing disrespect toward our flag, our anthem, our military, our country, and our ancestors. They have that right, but then they demand that I celebrate their shocking rudeness rather than ignore them and those who tolerate their antics - and again they call me "racist" for refusing to watch events that showcase their disgusting conduct.

I am an American, yet they value illegals over me. I do understand liberals.

I might also mention Robert Bork's 1996 sociolegal criticism of the decline of American society, Slouching towards Gomorrah. Much of his many books dealt with the ramifications upon the greater society of the radicalization of jurisprudence and the law schools from the 60s onward.


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