Hypocrite "conservatives"  

redmustang91 57M  
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11/16/2005 4:42 pm

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Hypocrite "conservatives"


Those complaining about activist judges are always ready to act when the court says there is no right to interfere! Take the Schiavo debacle where the Federal Congress stepped into a State domain, normally and the Federal Courts came to the same conclusion! Now right wingers want to interfere in school curriculum an area where feds and parents have limited say! So hypocritical!

House Scolds Court on Sex Survey Suit Toss
By ERICA WERNER (Associated Press Writer)
From Associated Press
November 16, 2005 6:21 PM EST
WASHINGTON - The House voted Wednesday to scold a San Francisco-based federal appeals court for dismissing a lawsuit by parents outraged that a school district surveyed their young children about sex.

Over objections from some Democrats who complained Republicans were seeking the kind of judicial activism the GOP normally denounces, lawmakers voted 320 to 91 for a resolution that said the decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals "deplorably infringed on parental rights."

The resolution says the 9th Circuit should rehear Fields v. Palmdale School District. The unanimous ruling by a three-judge panel earlier this month said that "parents are possessed of no constitutional right to prevent the public schools from providing information" on sex to students.

"What we are speaking to here is a case in which a court, I believe, far overreached the issues involved in a case and declared parenting unconstitutional," said Rep. Tim Murphy, R-Pa., who offered the resolution.

But Rep. Howard Berman, D-Calif., said Congress shouldn't get involved.

"Here we bash the court for not creating a new constitutional right never before proclaimed ... in order to overturn a local school decision," he said.

The Palmdale School District, north of Los Angeles, had given the survey to first-, third- and fifth-graders, but dropped it in 2002 after parents complained. It was part of a program to gauge early trauma and help youngsters overcome barriers to learning, and asked students, among other things, how often they thought about sex.

Wednesday's vote was the latest example of lawmakers chafing at a decision of the 9th Circuit, which has angered conservatives and some Democrats with rulings like one in 2002 that declared the Pledge of Allegiance unconstitutional when recited in public schools.

House Republicans are pushing legislation to divide the circuit, which covers nine Western states, into two pieces, arguing it's gotten too big to be effective. The Bush administration supports the move but it's meeting resistance in the Senate.

RideMeSilly69 54M

11/16/2005 6:17 pm

Hypocrisy is "invented" by, "mastered", and "owned" by the liberal left-wingers!! "Pro-Choice"??????

Hypocrisy Defined #1 - "Pro choice" my ass. So parents not having a "choice" on what the flaming liberal public teachers foist upon our children champions "pro choice"? Definitely hypocritical.

Hypocrisy Defined #2 - "Pro choice"? As long as it means parents don't have a "choice" on either sending their kids to a government run bureaucratical flop house sorry excuse for an educational institution like a public school versus a private school that actually has a mission to educate (instead of indoctrinate) for its survival. Definitely hypocritical.

Hypocrisy Defined #3 - Kerry, Clinton, Dean, Kennedy, the (yuk) U.N., ... all drew and stated the same conclusion as President Bush, but when President Bush actually has the balls to do something about it he is chastised, called slanderous things, and called a liar by the hypocrites who are obviously only selling out our country in an attempt to gain back their power (at the expense of our children fighting a war, which by the way is a huge, major, extreme, and just success... had any more 9/11's lately, hmmm?) Same subject: Slick Willy actually did go into Kosovo factually "alone" and "illegally" (to give the willing liberal press something else to write about instead of his factual impeachment for lying to the public, and under oath, and in a deposition) and is not once chastised by the left ilk that is un-factually lying about President Bush.

Hypocrisy Defined #4 - liberal left-wingers slander Wal-Mart for offering goods at low prices and also the oil industry for offering goods at high prices. Somebody please make up your mind?!?!

Hypocrisy Defined #5 - liberal left-wingers complain about putting religious symbols "anywhere", yet complain and petition to give the slime ball killers in Club Gitmo the curran. Wow!! Hypocrisy running amuck!

Hypocrisy Defined #6 - A college will welcome the fat assed liar mikey moore speak at a university but has a problem if a conservative comes and speaks. Wow! "choice"?, "freedom"?, what is going on here??

I could go on and on and on and on, but I'm sure I lost the liberal left wingers a long time ago when they didn't want to hear (or face) the truth at the very onset of this factual writing... typical hypocrisy. Put the hypocrisy aside, and let "truth" happen... and we will win this World War III that was started by fundamentalist muslims, both in Iraq and Afghanistan, and anywhere else they are hiding... pussies!

Go America!!! Step aside hypocrites!!


redmustang91 57M  
8658 posts
11/17/2005 8:46 am

Liberals are no more hypocritical than conservatives, and no less. What distinguishes the right wingers is the assertions of piety and reverence of principle, which they shed constantly when it suits them. That is the essence of hypocrisy.

Bush was opposed to nation building during the election, and is busy nation building in Aghanistan and Iraq. Bush was opposed to big government and is crreating huge deficits with tax cuts, war spending and the new entitlement for seniors drug benefit. conservatives are for limited government and the Patriot Act expands government intrusion in ordinary citizens' lives...


redmustang91 57M  
8658 posts
11/17/2005 8:49 am

Actually colleges invite all shades of political types to campuses. Students sometimes protest right wingers but they still speak.

Conservatives should favor separation of church and state as that conserves the principles of the Founding Fathers, if anyone reads Jefferson and the Federalist Papers!


RideMeSilly69 54M

11/17/2005 5:42 pm

Yes, and if you read the Federalist Papers it is not even subject to "interpretation" that the clear meaning of this "separation" is that government will not "establish" a religion. Christmas trees, crosses on war memorials, the 10 commandments, ... in NO WAY "establishes" a religion. Libs such as yourself supply your own contorted interpretation to suit whatever(!?!) your goals are. When you see the glorious 10 commandments posted in a public place do you worry that if you don't become a Christian that the government is going to come after you, put you under bright lights, and hold you hostage until you become a Christian? If I was a lib (thank god I possess common sense) I would simply look the other way, or not look at it, or look at it and say "well that is not for me", or whatever! But for Christ sake I would not look up at the sky and look for the black helicopters coming after me!!!! It kills me how people are so-called "offended", wah wah wah, "oh my satan I'm so offended!" - for God's sake... get a life and quit being such a wimp.


redmustang91 57M  
8658 posts
11/18/2005 10:30 am

Actually Jefferson would be mightily offended if you read his letters. There are athiests that have a right not to see the Ten Commandments. Teddy roosevelt thought it immoral to have In God We Trust on money as money was used for many immoral and secular things and he felt putting god's name on the money was taking his name in vain and demeaned God. Just because you feel one way does not make you the determiner of how other people feel! I object to Christian chauvinism. There are more Hindus and Buddhists on this planet. And quite a few Moslems. Should the US promote Christianity and be disrespectful of the religions of other US citizens?


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