Any Conservative Cock-lovers?

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Imported, Dec 6, 2004.

  1. Imported

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    Seeking_SuperHung: I'm curious.

    Any of you guys/gals consider yourself sociopolitically conservative...?


    Despite my love for long-schlong, I guess I pretty much do. I'm not the GOP-can-do-no-wrong Hannity/Coulter/Santorum type, and certainly not the enamored-by-President-Bush type.... but still generally a Conservative in most issues nonsexual.


    ...anyone else? Just wondering.
     
  2. jonb

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    Actually, the Bush-Cheney junta is quite radical. I guess I'm a conservative in a more Eisenhower-Nixon way. For example:

    *I feel that privatization is just another layer of Big Government. (In fact, in both the U.S. and the developing world, it's been found that privatization requires ten times as much funding.) Sorry, military-industrial complex; I just don't feel like paying $45 for a case of Pepsi when I can buy 24 cans from a vending machine for $8.40.
    *Tax cut? How are you going to fund it. Welfare program? How are you going to fund it. War? You certainly need to fund that.
    *I'm against research into cold fusion, perpetual motion, and other government-financed bull which doesn't work within current theory.
    *I saw through electronic voting back in the late 90s. Saudis should not be allowed to influence our election.
    *There's only a certain amount of oil. Scientists almost universally agree on global warming. Why are neocons taking the conservation out of conservative?
     
  3. Imported

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    gwinea2000: Well, the only cock I love is my own, but....

    I'd consider myself conservative, moreso on fiscal matters than on social ones. IMO, anyone who is all the way to the right on social issues is a bit scary (just as anyone very far left on fiscal matters either doesn't have much experience with money or isn't interested in pragmatic economic theory.) This site seems to be much more liberal than I am, but that's to be expected I suppose. Being that I live in SF, I've grown accustomed to it. :D
     
  4. Onslow

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    I am sure if you have looked into the recent months and saw my rantings at about the time of the elction you'd never again question if I am conservative.
    My first political affilliation was with the Conservative Party and even though I am registered as a Democrat it is for one major purpose--to nominate as the candidate put forth by the local Democratic Party (in the primaries) the person who is MOST conservative. Surprisingly there are quite a few who have used this method. (Or is that not surprisingly?)
    Anywhos, in the General elections (November of each year) I vote either Republican or Conservative (I prefer voting Conservative Party and would like to see it become the new National Party of this century, hopefully eliminating the Democratic Party. This may seem far fetched, however when you look at recent history, it is clear the Republican Party is starting to become too liberal.
    Are these just the idle rantings of a deranged former Oklahoma resident who is pissed off that a DEMOCRAT passed a bill recently which has caused my local dialysis center to be shut down? Well. maybe.
    Nah... I just prefer the intelligence of the Republicans and their commitment to move this country in the right direction. It's just too bad we can't elect Junior more than twice.... UNless... I wonder if he could run as a V.P. under Donald Rumsfield. What about that as a great idea?
     
  5. Imported

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    gwinea2000: Here we go....

    *Ducks Under Desk*
     
  6. MisterMark

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    Sounds like a nightmare to me. :eek:

    And you think the Republicans have become too liberal? I don't think you're going to find many people who agree with you on that.
     
  7. Imported

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    Seeking_SuperHung:
    You'd be surpriseeeeeeeed...

    Just for the record, I don't; but there's the Michael-Savage-types out there who certainly do, and sadly, they aren't weak in number -_-
     
  8. BobLeeSwagger

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    What "Conservative Party"? Are you referring to a group with that literal name? Or generically speaking?
     
  9. jonb

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    Oh, one more thing: In my America, the military wouldn't have this fetish for huge weapons which require three programming languages and a degree in particle physics to operate. The degree of complexity of a system is inversely proportional to its probability of actually working.
     
  10. D_Humper E Bogart

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    That's only the machine guns. :)
     
  11. jonb

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    I was referring to (for example) nukes. And "laser targeting" which has a 10% failure rate.
     
  12. Imported

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    carolinacurious:
    How about just electing him once?

    I'm going to leave most of that nonsense alone since (a) you are entitled to your opinion and (b) I'd have a stroke if I went to far into it.

    BUT, when you say that the republican party is becoming too liberal I believe you are confusing "anything you do not like" with "liberal".

    Yes, the neo-cons take the justifications of some old liberal ideas to implement some of their policies but there is nothing liberal in the implementation. Yes, the republicans are spending money faster than anyone in history (just like they did under Reagan and Bush I, only worse) but that doesn't make them liberal, liberals have much more fiscal restraint and there is nothing liberal about the things they spend the money ON at all.

    Yes, to most thinking people it's pretty obvious that facism is once again on the march and while that doesn't quite mesh with old style republicanism, it surely isn't liberal.

    I am sorry to hear about the dialysis center.
     
  13. jonb

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    Well, there actually isn't that much incompatibility between conservatism and liberalism. Liberalism is about individual rights, but conservatism is about pointing out the flaws of every proposal. (Things like funding, environmental impact, international relations, and such can really put a damper on a bill.)
     
  14. LuckyLuke

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    If that's 'conservative' count me in. I'm a small government, fiscal conservative.

    However, I'm equally 'conservative' in wanting to keep the Government and the Churchs and the corporations away from controling my life. That includes my sex, my drugs, my health, my marriage, my conscience, my liberty, my business and my life. On this basis, I consider the US Republican party under Bush to be very scary and extremely anti-conservative with its meddlesome social agenda.

    Just my two cents worth, $0.0164 USD to be specific (give or take a 1/100th of a penny). ;)
     
  15. D_Humper E Bogart

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    I was referring to (for example) nukes. And "laser targeting" which has a 10% failure rate.
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    I know, but the OICW is being touted as the "latest cool thing", and as Iraq is showing, technology only works so far before you end up using similar tactics to what they're using.
     
  16. headbang8

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    Seeking SH, I understand where you're coming from.

    If you take out the looney religious right and (what remains of) the radical left, I suspect that there's more on which conservatives and liberals agree than not. I consider myself a progressive, and I'd hazard to suggest that...

    You and I both think that government shouldn't interfere with private behaviour
    We both believe it's good to create wealth, both for individuals and the country as a whole
    We both believe government has a responsibility to provide services and enact laws that contribute to public order and set the stage for individuals to realise their legitimate ambitions. And that it should try to do that with as low a burden as possible on it citizens.

    That said, the single main issue on which we might disagree is how we, as a community, deal with the indigent...those suffering from poverty, illness or other hardship. Conservatives generally feel this should be the province of private charity, whereas progressives believe there is some obligation on the public purse. But I suspect that we both agree that there are some people, no matter what, who cannot help themselves, and someone/something should be there to help.

    This last difference, I'm sure, can be resolved in a civilised society with a functioning political system. (Have we got one of those?)

    hb8
     
  17. jonb

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    Yeah, $25 a pop for ordnance is a bit much for a personal weapon.
     
  18. bignfloppy

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    Hey, all!

    Well I'm probably the most conservative guy here. I voted for Bush, reluctantly. He's far too liberal to be leading the country. I am a Michael Savage listener, and I think he's the smartest guy on the radio.

    I'm infuriated by the left-biased mainstream media and the whacko morons in Hollywood.

    I don't like the government taking my money and handing it out to winos and drug addicts.

    I don't like illegals sneaking into the country and stealing my money in the form of taxes, crowding the hospitals, and disregarding the English language.

    I hear these idiot politicians promising me and my children free healthcare and I wonder when they will wake up and realise that SOCIALISM DOESN'T WORK!

    I am offended by the satanists and atheists in the ACLU who are flushing my money down the toilet on lawsuits to obliterate all public displays of the Ten Commandments and Christmas dispalys.

    I am offended at the schools' preaching of "tolerance" and "diversity" while refusing to reckognise the difference between "prejudice" and "racism," "sexism," and any other "-ism."

    I am disgusted by the murder of unborn babies and the selling of their organs. (I'm also very opposed to the death penalty.)

    Now to most of you liberals, this means I'm evil.

    This is in fact true. And I am not alone. You can check us out at Evil Conservative Industries

    As an evil conservative, some of my favourite hobbies are killing baby seals, preferably by running over them with my SUV, cutting down giant redwood trees just for fun, setting fire to tropical rainforests, and dumping tons of oil into the ocean so that I can look at the pretty designs on the surface of the water.

    Please.

    I came here because I had some questions that I thought might be answered by a "large penis support group" and slowly realized that what I had actually found was nothing more than a bunch of sicko perverts.

    I'm outta here.
     
  19. jonb

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    All I can say is that Michael Savage is a radical.
     
  20. madame_zora

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    Sadly, he really isn't alone. This is what we're up against, folks. I couldn't have said it better myself.
     
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