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Jan 5, 2012 Conservatives of Mod DB News 29 comments

So then Barack Obama has declaered "I would put our legislative and foreign policy accomplishments in our first two years against any president — with...

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Nov 22, 2011 Conservatives of Mod DB News 23 comments

Hello. Many Americans today can agree that our situation is horrible and is worse than when we had Bush.

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Nov 10, 2011 Conservatives of Mod DB News 19 comments

Well ive been thinking of starting this group for a while, but what made meactualy start it was Headhunter128s stupidity and insults he thinks Obama is...

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Nov 5 2012, 7:07pm says:

How many of you are conservatives and how many of you are republicans(USA) who think you're conservative?

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Ambient_Malice Creator
Ambient_Malice Nov 5 2012, 8:36pm replied:

I'm an-ex New Zealander Australian. My politics are fairly right wing. However, I do break the mold somewhat.

In general, I agree with the American GOP on social issues, half-agree with them on economic issues. I appreciate the necessity of supporting the disadvantaged, but am unwilling for the USA to choke themselves to death with debt.

We have things like universal healthcare here in Australia. But we're not swimming in debt like the US. We can actually afford such programmes. Our political system is rapidly sliding from center-left to center-right as voters get sick of the far left Greens party meddling in the decisions of the Labour Party. In Australia, the Liberal National Party is our sort-right wing party, and I generally support them.

Why am I conservative? Because progressives have no regard for reality, in my experience. They will pursue a fantasy even if it destroys the very fabric of society. They're also quite comfortable with decieving the public 'for their own good'.

People like me reject the idea of 'forward' and 'back'. We're not interested in going back to the 50's. The fifties sucked. We see politics in three dimensions. Progressives see politics as a single dimension. 'Progress' and 'the wrong side of history'.

I think the problem the GOP faces is that they have no choice but to rip apart hundreds of things progressives have put in place. This conflicts with their 'small government' ethos. At best, they can only promise, "Once we've dealt with X, Y, and Z, we will transition to small government."

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InsanityPays
InsanityPays Jan 16 2013, 1:40am replied:

That stuff you said about progressives is very similar to how many Americans reacted to Thoreau and further peace activists, work unions, and abolitionists. The truth is, we have room to move forward, the trick is for you to know what kind of world you'd like to live in, and accept that you likely won't see it in your lifetime. Then, recall that what you say and do now, can very well change how humanity will exist on this earth in the time to come. As MLK put it, I would much rather be a headlight than a taillight

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Ambient_Malice Creator
Ambient_Malice Oct 6 2012, 8:29am says:

Been away for a while. It's October 6, and Mitt Romney is certainly doing rather well. If the current trends continue, he may very well win the election by a large margin.

On twitter, I've got followers who are avid Obama fans; some are saying that if Mitt Romney can actually deliver on his rhetoric from the last debate, they'd vote for him in a heartbeat.

Interesting times.

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Cervi_Messias
Cervi_Messias Sep 24 2012, 9:27pm says:

triangulm you have to remeber we are americans- deep down at our core americans believe we need to take care of ourselfs, its what drives us.

What you call greed is in fact this belief in ourselfs, this is also the reason many americans dont want to help the world. because its one of our core principle that you need to work for yourself. And we do actually give BILLIONS in aid to other countries and almost always send lots of aid to disaster victims. And thats our money that we gave to our government we could be using to feed our own poor but we give it away to other countries most of which arent grateful and hate us.
so why dont you think before you speak, because you just made yourself look like an idiot.

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Set_Tainer Creator
Set_Tainer Aug 28 2012, 7:53pm says:

Uploaded a funny video

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Jul 26 2012, 5:52pm says:

I know why you wont like this but:

It is apparent that neither major political party has a completely suitable party platform. Democrats tend to emphasize personal rights to the detriment of personal responsibility. Republicans stress personal responsibility to the detriment of caring for those who are less well off. You can be sure that the economy will be a major topic of discussion during the 2008 presidential election campaigning. It is likely that the candidate who appeals best to the greed of the electorate will win the presidency as you guys persue your American Dream of wealth and leisure as the rest of the world suffers in poverty and sickness.

I have no intrest in either party's affairs.
Bye

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TheTriangulum
TheTriangulum Jul 26 2012, 5:58pm replied:

sorry typo: 2012 election :(((( lol have i gone mad?

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meazum
meazum Jul 8 2012, 6:06pm says:

There is practically nothing I'd like more than a white america.

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Yuribeard7 Creator
Yuribeard7 Jul 23 2012, 8:02am replied:

Racist.

edit: Oh, you're from Sweden. Well, that explains that.

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JingoMan
JingoMan Jun 9 2012, 6:25am says:

Take it this is only for American "conservatives" who want to preserve the LIBERAL ideals of their revolution. Because true conservatism is monarchism. And a true Christian follows the King of KINGS (God).

Thomas Paine the guy who "inspired" the American Revolution, was a communist after all, Karl Marx just hadn't been born yet so he couldn't call himself one, but he wanted the government to own all land.

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CommanderDG
CommanderDG Jun 13 2012, 1:53pm replied:

Owning all the land vs owning all the industries and all wealth.
Not quite the same...
Besides, the government doesn't own the land, it asume control of the land and protect it. The land, if you buy/own it, it's yours.

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JingoMan
JingoMan Jun 13 2012, 2:11pm replied:

There were no "industries" in Thomas Paine's time as the Industrial Revolution hadn't happened yet.

And actually, the US government owns the MOST land of any government, and nearly 55% of all US land is owned by the government, and a supermajority of the arable farmland is in government hands preventing it's use.

My point was that the revolution's starter (Thomas Paine) was a rabid communist, albeit Karl Marx hadn't been born yet so Paine didn't have the convenience of using the Marxist label.

The "founders" you Americans worship were mostly monarchists who rose up, like Washington, to spare their country from anarchy (they hated democracy and have many quotes to that effect). They unfortunately succumbed to the desire for power and made it a Republic, knowing full well Republics are basically civil-war ridden, partisan faction building power vacuums waiting to be filled by Caesar/Nero types (Hence Hitler and Mao both being elected to power in Republics).

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CommanderDG
CommanderDG Jun 18 2012, 6:20am replied:

Industries doesn't means factories. Industries has pretty much always existed in a form or another. It has 4 components/sectors:
Primary sector- Resources extraction
Secondary sector- Resource transformation
Tertiary sector- services
Quaternary Sector- information technology(however, you are correct, this sector didn't existed back then.)
What the industrial revolution allowed is faster extraction, production, and selling of the resources and industrial goods and thus increase the volume of goods exchanged in the market.

I do not know sufficiently about the U.S. history to dispute your other statements and assumptions, so I will let a real U.S. citizen correct those if needed.

My point being, to my knowledge, while I do know little about that writer, I do not believe he was close to being a communist. A socialist, sure, but not a communist. In addition too, in a communist state, there is not any private ownership of any kind. I know that the government owns a part of the land, but citizens have the right of owning a part of it too. You could argue he was socialist but not communist.

Communism-"a theory or system of social organization based on the holding of all property in common, actual ownership being ascribed to the community as a whole or to the state. "

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JingoMan
JingoMan Jun 18 2012, 7:06am replied:

Actually by that defintion, Thomas Paine IS A COMMUNIST. You're only proving my point further.

For example, he said: "the earth, in its natural uncultivated state was, and ever would have continued to be, the common property of the human race;"

He also suggests all farmers should pay a huge tax, and he has this strange idea that the system of landed property he despises so much came about because of farmers (forgetting government's role).

He is one of the first to suggest the social security pension system America suffers from today, and he even argues for an entitlement that is crazy even by today's standards: that every citizen be paid a humongous sum on becoming an adult (21 years old).

Translated to today's amounts, he'd want everyone given $25,000 at the taxpayer's expense when they turn 21 with no strings attached on how to use it.

So yes, America was started by a crazy communist.

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