Is it me, or do most republicans lack empathy?

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Druidx

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Originally posted by: Robor
How much of that 'charity' your talking about is a damned near mandated tithe to the church? Who keeps track of where the church spends it's donations?

Another interesting thing about those 'voted for Bush' states...

Link :laugh:
Many of those areas also happen to have good fishing, do you also draw any conclusions off of that?
Can't believe you're trying to draw a connection between Bush votes and slavery.
Black and Byrd were both Democrat senator and members of the KKK
 

Throckmorton

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Originally posted by: Druidx
Originally posted by: Robor
How much of that 'charity' your talking about is a damned near mandated tithe to the church? Who keeps track of where the church spends it's donations?

Another interesting thing about those 'voted for Bush' states...

Link :laugh:
Many of those areas also happen to have good fishing, do you also draw any conclusions off of that?
Can't believe you're trying to draw a connection between Bush votes and slavery.
Black and Byrd were both Democrat senator and members of the KKK
Are you kidding? Conservatives were pro slavery, in 2000 and 2004 they voted for Bush. Those areas are the most conservative. You think the political geography of America is some kind of accident?
 

QED

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Originally posted by: Throckmorton
Originally posted by: Druidx
Originally posted by: Robor
How much of that 'charity' your talking about is a damned near mandated tithe to the church? Who keeps track of where the church spends it's donations?

Another interesting thing about those 'voted for Bush' states...

Link :laugh:
Many of those areas also happen to have good fishing, do you also draw any conclusions off of that?
Can't believe you're trying to draw a connection between Bush votes and slavery.
Black and Byrd were both Democrat senator and members of the KKK
Are you kidding? Conservatives were pro slavery, in 2000 and 2004 they voted for Bush. Those areas are the most conservative. You think the political geography of America is some kind of accident?
You mean to tell me the fact that most Southern states were mostly Democratic states all the way up through the 1960s and 1970s (including the time of the Civil Rights Act) is no kind of accident? And the fact that 69% of Senate Democrats voted for the Act in 1964, versus 82% of Senate Republicans-- that's not an accident either!?!



 

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