Heresy on RealJock

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    Jan 14, 2012 11:51 PM GMT
    First let me define "heresy" in the context that I use it: Opinion profoundly at odds with what is generally accepted.

    Many conservatives describe the American Welfare State as the "Democratic Plantation." This term has historical linkage to what at one time should have been called the "Black Republican Plantation" at the close of the Civil War when Republicans led by Lincoln were consistently referred to as "Black Republicans."

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    Now try and put youself in this uoung man's shoes and tell me whether you would accept shelter knowing you would be living in a slave cabin on property, which at the time of America's Civil War was an active plantation where slaves lived and worked. The alternative of course is to seek shelter via the Democratic Plantation where one could sit on one's rosy ass, not work, and consistently draw a check.

    Apparently this young man wishes to work. I can provide him with the shelter as described above. How about you if you were in his shoes? Would you accept the shelter and work? If the young man accepts shelter in a former slave cabin would he commit heresy in the eyes of Liberals?

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    Jan 15, 2012 12:03 AM GMT
    As ever, you're utterly incoherent!
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    Jan 15, 2012 3:31 AM GMT
    Definition of HERESY
    1
    a : adherence to a religious opinion contrary to church dogma
    b : denial of a revealed truth by a baptized member of the Roman Catholic Church
    c : an opinion or doctrine contrary to church dogma
    2
    a : dissent or deviation from a dominant theory, opinion, or practice
    b : an opinion, doctrine, or practice contrary to the truth or to generally accepted beliefs or standards
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    Jan 15, 2012 9:37 AM GMT
    conservativejock saidFirst let me define "heresy" in the context that I use it: Opinion profoundly at odds with what is generally accepted.

    Many conservatives describe the American Welfare State as the "Democratic Plantation." This term has historical linkage to what at one time should have been called the "Black Republican Plantation" at the close of the Civil War when Republicans led by Lincoln were consistently referred to as "Black Republicans."

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    Now try and put youself in this uoung man's shoes and tell me whether you would accept shelter knowing you would be living in a slave cabin on property, which at the time of America's Civil War was an active plantation where slaves lived and worked. The alternative of course is to seek shelter via the Democratic Plantation where one could sit on one's rosy ass, not work, and consistently draw a check.

    Apparently this young man wishes to work. I can provide him with the shelter as described above. How about you if you were in his shoes? Would you accept the shelter and work? If the young man accepts shelter in a former slave cabin would he commit heresy in the eyes of Liberals?



    I have a better idea: imagine conservativejock knew his ass from a hole in the ground. Would he spare us the indignity of reading his stupid bullshit hypothetical scenarios that make no goddam sense?

    The world may never know.
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    Jan 15, 2012 10:07 AM GMT
    conservativejock saidFirst let me define "heresy" in the context that I use it: Opinion profoundly at odds with what is generally accepted.

    Many conservatives describe the American Welfare State as the "Democratic Plantation." This term has historical linkage to what at one time should have been called the "Black Republican Plantation" at the close of the Civil War when Republicans led by Lincoln were consistently referred to as "Black Republicans."

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    Now try and put youself in this uoung man's shoes and tell me whether you would accept shelter knowing you would be living in a slave cabin on property, which at the time of America's Civil War was an active plantation where slaves lived and worked. The alternative of course is to seek shelter via the Democratic Plantation where one could sit on one's rosy ass, not work, and consistently draw a check.

    Apparently this young man wishes to work. I can provide him with the shelter as described above. How about you if you were in his shoes? Would you accept the shelter and work? If the young man accepts shelter in a former slave cabin would he commit heresy in the eyes of Liberals?



    This will sum up how I feel about your stupidity


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