Hmmm, people who claim to hear voices are considered delusional by most people. Unless of course you were a nomadic tribe living a few thousand years ago.
Then it is considered divine revelation.
What's up with that?
Andrew, whew, glad I don't subscribe to your vengeful deity. Sorry but I refuse to live my life in fear, servitude, and submission to a man made god.
While you piously berate a woman's right to choose as murder based on your concept of a "loving God", perhaps you could explain your God's instructions regarding rape, murder, and slavery in the Old Testament.
These were the things that he "favors", right?
jadedfate-Perhaps you should go back and read my post at 1:13 p.m.
And while you are at it, reread my post that you blasted. My reference to the Constitution party was in response to curtis07 at
Follow the thread and you would have saved yourself a lot of typing. Here let me make it easy for you since you appear to be too lazy to follow the entire thread.
In response to my listing that Libertarians supported "the legalization of cannabis, separation of church and state, same-sex marriage, the legalization of prostitution, pornography, etc." I stated at 1:13 p.m "You will get no argument from me on the issues I listed. It is the part of the Libertarian's agenda I support. I have huge problems with other parts of their platform."
Get it?? I support those issues. Follow the thread instead of making baseless accusations. Oh, and by the way, save your breath about religion, I'm an atheist.
"@hotdiggity: I suppose it depends on your idea of what the word "conservative" refers to. In my opinion, it refers to a conservative interpretation of the Constitution."
All due respect but that sounds like the Constitution Party platform. Also, unless I have been asleep the last few decades I have never seen the term "conservative" or "conservative principles" linked to supporting the legalization of cannabis, separation of church and state, same-sex marriage, the legalization of prostitution, pornography, etc. Just saying.
It seems disingenuous of the Free Press not to mention these issues of the Libertarian Party while claiming support based on "conservative principles". The core platform of the party is based on individual chose, personal freedom, and responsibility. Sad that the FP decided to ignore the social issues supported by the Libertarian Party.
Perhaps they ignored those issues because they are well aware that those issues do not fit the traditional interpretation of "conservative principles"?
daytonsdarwin and LibertyBelle...You will get no argument from me on the issues I listed. It is the part of the Libertarian's agenda I support. I have huge problems with other parts of their platform.
So the FP supports Mr. Johnson because "This election, however, the Republican Party nominee has failed to demonstrate a consistent commitment to conservative principles."
I assume the FP realizes that the Libertarian Party (LP) supports the legalization of cannabis, separation of church and state, same-sex marriage, the legalization of prostitution, pornography, etc.
Is this the new "conservative principles"?
Kinda strange the Free Press neglected to include this part of the LP platform. It seems a disservice to the readers to neglect to note that one of the highlights of the party is personal choice without government interference. The issues listed above reflect that philosophy. The Free Press should be honest enough to address the full party platform if they choose to endorse a particular party, especially if they hint that their endorsement is based on "conservative principles".
I have no problem with the above issues. I assume the FPand the posters here that support Mr. Johnson have no problem with the platform either.
Rather nice to see Mitt almost completely endorse the presidents foreign policy. Romney looked like a school boy being instructed by a professor whose only response is "yes sir".
So, Mitts foreign policy seems to consist of doing everything that Obama has been doing?
Nice way to differentiate yourself there Mittens.
Jeez, I thought Mitt was going to suggest that him and Obama break out in singing Kum Ba Ya.
Harp, as you know the subject of abortion is a very contentious issue in the district. Family and Christian values as well as the perceived character of a candidate also rank high when deciding on a representative in the area.
Mr. DesJarlais's egregious breach of his stated core principles should be at the forefront of any discussion regarding his representing the district.
The voters should be constantly reminded of the record of someone they may choose to represent their interests especially on an issue as divisive as adultery, abortion, and character.
Another fine right wing conservative hypocrite exposed. Defender of family and christian values no less.
The president of an evangelical college no less. You wingers are so entertaining.