jpcoop14 wrote: NeoThermic wrote:
jpcoop14 wrote:Not everyone in our country agrees with every action our government takes or every decision our "President" makes.
Of course. However, I didn't say that everyone did or not; just noted the current state of law in the US.
I know. I was only pointing that out because I know there is a lot of international resentment towards some of the decisions our government has made.
and a lot of intranational resentment too. the government has turned multiple clearly religious questions into openly political ones, in one case contradicting a standing supreme court decision, and compromised far too heavily with leftist lobbying groups. neither of the -wing political ideas makes any sense anyway; on the left youve got lots of personal freedom but no money to enjoy it, and on the right youve got lots of economic freedom and no legal pastimes to spend it on.
to anyone who would give me heat over this post, read anthem
by Ayn Rand, or 1984 by george orwell. sufficiently dystopian to be good fiction, but realistic enough to make borderliners on either wing see what their philosophies can and will lead to.[/i]