Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Just Sayin'

7 comments:

Opus #6 said...

This will change.

hometown guy said...

hmm... a lot of people were calling us unpatriotic for wearing these a few years ago. and a lot of folks i saw wearing them in the '90s had at that time for some reason put them away. curious.

Stopthepresses2 said...

With Obamacare being forced down our throats, now is not the time to shrivel away. Now is the time to stand up and fight back harder then ever before. Will you join us on a campaign to DESTROY THE MOUTHPIECE OF OBAMA'S SOCIALIST AGENDA, THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA? WE ARE IN A FIGHT FOR THE FUTURE OF OUR COUNTRY, A FIGHT FOR OUR CHILDREN'S FUTURE. Join the fight here, http://sosssn.blogspot.com/

Just a conservative girl said...

You never heard that from me. I fully support free speech, even when I don't agree with it.

My one exception to that is when it is against the troops. They are doing a job. They don't make the decisions, they just follow orders.

hometown guy said...

agreed. i just wish some of the folks who had "i love my country but fear my government" bumper stickers had left them on after Bush won. hard to believe they actually thought Clinton's assertions of governmental authority over the individual were more egregious than Bush's. unless they chose not to think about it critically. didn't see this sentiment posted on many conservative blogs either. just sayin.

Just a conservative girl said...

Guy:
One of the problems that seem to come from the left is that they believe that conservatives were generally happy with Bush. Bush walked away from his conservative beliefs, and we didn't like it.
Most conservatives were against the bailouts, tarp, and the laws put into place about wiretaps after 9/11. The name of it is escaping me at the moment.
We also had real problems with no child left behind, and the list goes on. If people actually took the time to listen to one another, we would find that we agree on some things.

hometown guy said...

fortunately, you and i take that time when we can. i wish more people did. :-)

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