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Old 02-09-2013, 03:17 PM  
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What makes DC a cesspool?

A lighter topic for the weekenders among us:

What makes this forum a cesspool, in your eyes?

We often have people on CP claim that this forum is a cesspool, and they "don't even look in there."

What's keeping people out? What's wrong with this forum?
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Old 02-10-2013, 01:29 PM   #61
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The bolded statement is brought to you by the people who think cosmo and suzzer are middle of the road.
OK, I might be a tad left of center, but no where near as far as most on here would say. It's just that when I am "discussing" something with someone who literally thinks that Obama is the devil, anything not criticizing Obama's every breath makes one a radical socialist. I'm personally not big on further gun control measures, but I do often challenge some of the crazy nonsense I read on here. So that makes me far left? No, just sane.
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Old 02-10-2013, 01:47 PM   #62
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So that makes me far left? No, just sane.
Sometimes you're one, sometimes the other, most days both.

On the days that you claim not be far left, that's when you're far left but not sane.
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Old 02-10-2013, 01:52 PM   #63
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Sometimes you're one, sometimes the other, most days both.

On the days that you claim not be far left, that's when you're far left but not sane.
Fact, and the constant denial is amusing~
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Old 02-10-2013, 02:16 PM   #64
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People get so emotional over political issues that they lose their ****ing minds. They are not open to thought, reason, discussion, or debate when it comes to certain issues that are entrenched in their minds.

What happens is, they are so passionate about these issues that they simply cannot respect another person's views and truly believe that they are in some way evil. Venom spews, nastiness follows, and the protocols of social etiquette flies out the window. That's why people don't like getting involved in this forum.

I have actually lost someone I considered to be a good friend of mine due to debates and thoughts I have regarding politics in this forum. That right there is sad. If you don't agree with me, I'm not going to label you as an evil person. I think we all want good will toward our fellow humans. Just to different degrees I suppose. It's hard to imagine though that someone who supposedly knows me is going to label me as a bad guy because I don't agree with their political agenda. Again, it's just sad.
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Old 02-10-2013, 02:17 PM   #65
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A few worthless, hypocritical ****s & trolls who start the same, worn-out, self justifying arguments to try and make themselves feel better about their gutless, wanna-be, quasi-intellectual, downright stupid opinions.

Just a guess.
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Old 02-10-2013, 02:28 PM   #66
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Old 02-10-2013, 02:40 PM   #67
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I'm passionate about one thing that draws me to this forum. It's not like I voted Republican because I want to see Exxon get more tax breaks, or believe it's my business if some teenage slut I'll never meet wants to get an abortion, or because I give a shit one way or another if queers want to marry each other.

I think the current concerted attack on the 2nd Amendment is the greatest threat to our liberty in my lifetime, and the greatest threat to this nation since World War II. The frightening part is that it's coming from within, and that so many people either refuse to see it or have been programmed to think it's a good thing. Every compromise in this instance is just another step on the road to oblivion. No more.
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Old 02-10-2013, 02:55 PM   #68
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I'm passionate about one thing that draws me to this forum. It's not like I voted Republican because I want to see Exxon get more tax breaks, or believe it's my business if some teenage slut I'll never meet wants to get an abortion, or because I give a shit one way or another if queers want to marry each other.

I think the current concerted attack on the 2nd Amendment is the greatest threat to our liberty in my lifetime, and the greatest threat to this nation since World War II. The frightening part is that it's coming from within, and that so many people either refuse to see it or have been programmed to think it's a good thing. Every compromise in this instance is just another step on the road to oblivion. No more.
If it wasn't for what happened at Newtown, in late December long after the election was over, no one would be talking about gun control. So there had to be other issues you cared about that led you to vote Republican.
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Old 02-10-2013, 03:09 PM   #69
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If it wasn't for what happened at Newtown, in late December long after the election was over, no one would be talking about gun control. So there had to be other issues you cared about that led you to vote Republican.
No, that was pretty much it. I am extremely opposed to illegal immigration, but I don't see ruling Republicans doing much about it, either. What Dems view as fresh voters, Reps view as cheap labor.

The Newtown reaction was just the latest example of a media-fueled, anti-gun paranoia shitstorm in response to an isolated act of madness. You have an anti-gun administration, entrenched anti-gun Congressmen, and any Supreme Court justice appointed over the next four years will now certainly be anti-gun. Couple that with a rabidly anti-gun mainstream media and millions of urbanites conditioned to fear guns and assume every legal gun owner is a mass-murdering lunatic in waiting, and the opposition to the primary constitutional defense of freedom is truly frightening.
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Old 02-10-2013, 03:13 PM   #70
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People get so emotional over political issues that they lose their ****ing minds. They are not open to thought, reason, discussion, or debate when it comes to certain issues that are entrenched in their minds.

What happens is, they are so passionate about these issues that they simply cannot respect another person's views and truly believe that they are in some way evil. Venom spews, nastiness follows, and the protocols of social etiquette flies out the window. That's why people don't like getting involved in this forum.

I have actually lost someone I considered to be a good friend of mine due to debates and thoughts I have regarding politics in this forum. That right there is sad. If you don't agree with me, I'm not going to label you as an evil person. I think we all want good will toward our fellow humans. Just to different degrees I suppose. It's hard to imagine though that someone who supposedly knows me is going to label me as a bad guy because I don't agree with their political agenda. Again, it's just sad.
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Old 02-10-2013, 03:16 PM   #71
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If it wasn't for what happened at Newtown, in late December long after the election was over, no one would be talking about gun control. So there had to be other issues you cared about that led you to vote Republican.
I thought you were going to stumble into the truth that this recent effort to strengthen gun control is an opportunistically fabricated issue there for a second.
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Old 02-10-2013, 03:16 PM   #72
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I'm passionate about one thing that draws me to this forum. It's not like I voted Republican because I want to see Exxon get more tax breaks, or believe it's my business if some teenage slut I'll never meet wants to get an abortion, or because I give a shit one way or another if queers want to marry each other.

I think the current concerted attack on the 2nd Amendment is the greatest threat to our liberty in my lifetime, and the greatest threat to this nation since World War II. The frightening part is that it's coming from within, and that so many people either refuse to see it or have been programmed to think it's a good thing. Every compromise in this instance is just another step on the road to oblivion. No more.
This explains a lot.



"Road to oblivion"? Because of gun control? You know what oblivion means, right?

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People get so emotional over political issues that they lose their ****ing minds. They are not open to thought, reason, discussion, or debate when it comes to certain issues that are entrenched in their minds.

What happens is, they are so passionate about these issues that they simply cannot respect another person's views and truly believe that they are in some way evil. Venom spews, nastiness follows, and the protocols of social etiquette flies out the window. That's why people don't like getting involved in this forum.

I have actually lost someone I considered to be a good friend of mine due to debates and thoughts I have regarding politics in this forum. That right there is sad. If you don't agree with me, I'm not going to label you as an evil person. I think we all want good will toward our fellow humans. Just to different degrees I suppose. It's hard to imagine though that someone who supposedly knows me is going to label me as a bad guy because I don't agree with their political agenda. Again, it's just sad.
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This explains a lot.



"Road to oblivion"? Because of gun control? You know what oblivion means, right?

And here comes the first mindless douche that will turn this thread into yet another pissing contest.

At least I am actually talking about gun control now, so you won't have to lie about it.
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I thought you were going to stumble into the truth that this recent effort to strengthen gun control is an opportunistically fabricated issue there for a second.
This is why I don't even think it's worthy of a debate.
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