This is a valuable exercise. I am deeply concerned about the consistent prejudice shown by certain posters against entire groups of people, without regard to individual differences. To wit:

Originally Posted By: TBP
The racism in this country is predominantly on the left.


Originally Posted By: TBP
It's already well established that racism is one of the things that drives the left.


Originally Posted By: TBP
Originally Posted By: martin
Liberals consider facts that they don't know to be lies and facts that they don't know about Obama to be racist lies.Common sense is not common to liberals.
Absolutely true.


Originally Posted By: TBP
There is no one more racist than white liberals.


Originally Posted By: TBP
ET, there is no such thing as homophobia. It was made up by gay activists to silence any disagreement with their agenda.



Also, incidences of spamming have been greatly frustrating in the past. The following posts are from three different threads:

Originally Posted By: TBP
Roberts has no principles and no respect for the Constitution.

First of all, it's NOT a tax, as Roberts himself said on page 15 of his own opinion. And the bill prohibits the mandate from being considered a tax. Uphold the bill, and you uphold that provision.

It's a penalty. It's no more a tax than a ticket or a fine for any other action is.

IF you consider it a tax, it's constitutionally deficient for two reasons:

1. Under the Constitution, all tax bills must originate in the House. Obamacare is a Senate bill.

2. The Constitution only empowers the Federal government to lay 4 kinds of taxes: "capitation" taxes (laid on the states in accord with population -- the way the Federal government was funded in the early days of the Republic), tariffs (yes, they are taxes), excises, and income taxes (due to the accursed 16th Amendment, which ought to be repealed.) Obamacare is none of those things.

Upholding the act is a brazen act of judicial activism and judicial tyranny.


Originally Posted By: TBP
Roberts has no principles and no respect for the Constitution.

First of all, it's NOT a tax, as Roberts himself said on page 15 of his own opinion. And the bill prohibits the mandate from being considered a tax. Uphold the bill, and you uphold that provision.

It's a penalty. It's no more a tax than a ticket or a fine for any other action is.

IF you consider it a tax, it's constitutionally deficient for two reasons:

1. Under the Constitution, all tax bills must originate in the House. Obamacare is a Senate bill.

2. The Constitution only empowers the Federal government to lay 4 kinds of taxes: "capitation" taxes (laid on the states in accord with population -- the way the Federal government was funded in the early days of the Republic), tariffs (yes, they are taxes), excises, and income taxes (due to the accursed 16th Amendment, which ought to be repealed.) Obamacare is none of those things.

Upholding the act is a brazen act of judicial activism and judicial tyranny.


Originally Posted By: TBP
Roberts has no principles and no respect for the Constitution.

First of all, it's NOT a tax, as Roberts himself said on page 15 of his own opinion. And the bill prohibits the mandate from being considered a tax. Uphold the bill, and you uphold that provision.

It's a penalty. It's no more a tax than a ticket or a fine for any other action is.

IF you consider it a tax, it's constitutionally deficient for two reasons:

1. Under the Constitution, all tax bills must originate in the House. Obamacare is a Senate bill.

2. The Constitution only empowers the Federal government to lay 4 kinds of taxes: "capitation" taxes (laid on the states in accord with population -- the way the Federal government was funded in the early days of the Republic), tariffs (yes, they are taxes), excises, and income taxes (due to the accursed 16th Amendment, which ought to be repealed.) Obamacare is none of those things.

Upholding the act is a brazen act of judicial activism and judicial tyranny.


I could go on. It's just a shame when people start pointing fingers without looking at their own conduct first. I suggest everyone take a deep breath, remember it's the internet, and stop tattling to teacher when their feelings get hurt.

Last edited by Deep Fried Screech; 13/06/2013 09:35.

Those people can kiss my ass.