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  1. US Politics/Elections Thread

    The way I view “True Center” in the US is Capitalism/free market/pro-business with social safety nets and moderate regulation. And it branches off from there.
  2. US Politics/Elections Thread

    Right. That’s exactly my point. Yet he’s forced to run as a Democrat in a two party system. (At least when it comes to the presidential nomination).
  3. US Politics/Elections Thread

    Yes, many Democrats would be would be center right in many European Countries. Although I’m not sure how anyone could consider Bernie Sanders “center right”. His platform is essentially the Nordic Model of government. A two party system encompasses a broad range of ideologies within each party. The most moderate Democrat has more in common with the most moderate Republican, than he does with the most Liberal Democrats within his own party....and the most Moderate Republican has more in common with the most Moderate Democrat, than he does with the most extreme conservatives, within his own party....strictly going by ideologies. Unfortunately, the current political climate in the US seems to ignore ideologies in favor of attacking and discrediting the opposing party at all costs. So you have a portion of moderates who would normally work together to pass bi-partisan legislation, etc being forced to attack (or vote against) people of the opposite party, in which they may have more in common with, than some people within their own party. It’s one of the main reasons I’m politically non-partisan.
  4. US Politics/Elections Thread

    I'm glad you agree that Democrats are Left.... of Republicans. You better hope for Canada's sake the US doesn't become a "failed state" anytime soon....because if we do, Canada would be the first to sink with us.
  5. US Politics/Elections Thread

    That’s what Democrats are referred to as, in the US because the US is primarily a two party system. One way to look at it is... In a 2 party system not all “leftists” are Democrats but all Democrats are left of Republicans/Conservatives. As far as conspiracy theories go, yes, there are Liberals/Democrats that are associated with Farrakhan, regardless of what you think his “real” ideology is.
  6. US Politics/Elections Thread

    This is a thread about "US Politics". In US politics, Democrats are referred to as "Left/Liberal" and Republicans are referred to as "Right/Conservative". It's primarily a "two party" system and has been that way since the mid-1800's. So when I refer to "left" I am primarily referring to US Democrats/Liberals and when I refer to "right" I am primarily referring to Republicans/Conservatives. When I say things like "extreme left" I am typically referring to the most liberal/socialist within the Democratic Party and when I refer to something as "Extreme right" I am typically referring to the "alt-right" types within the Republican Party. We were discussing conspiracy theories that are circulating and how the extreme left and the extreme right (within the US political spectrum) believe in some of the same, irrational....conspiracy theories. That's all. How would you describe the US Democratic and the US Republican Parties within your political spectrum?
  7. US Politics/Elections Thread

    Slow down there buddy. I was responding to your statement that leftist thinking doesn’t allow for irrational thinking in politics and social issues. And you further validate my statement that both left and right “thinking” can be both rational and irrational. Just because “ideally” you believe it to be one way, does not mean it is in reality.
  8. US Politics/Elections Thread

    Strictly ideology.
  9. US Politics/Elections Thread

    I think it can. I certainly find that aborting a child/fetus at 8 months by c-section, after killing it by lethal injection inside the womb (when the fetus/child could easily live outside the womb) is completely and utterly irrational and devoid of any sort of logic or reason. (It's a tall order to believe the "mother's life was at risk" when in reality, an almost identical procedure would have been performed, regardless; minus killing the fetus via lethal injection prior to the c-section...if anything, killing the fetus first could be more dangerous to the mother, not less) Obviously if the mother's life was truly at risk, that would be a different story and it would be handled in an emergency situation, regardless of abortion laws. Many on the far left, refuse to even mandate a "mother's life at risk" clause in laws for an 8 month abortion, even if the child could easily live outside the womb. And yet, according to leftist ideology, that is perfectly fine and rational.
  10. US Politics/Elections Thread

    Mostly, yes. But there are well-known radical left and radical right groups that seem to share very similar (seemingly) anti-Semitic conspiracy theories. (Or at the very least, conspiracy theories that relate to Zionism) Luis Farrakhan, on one end and alt-right types on the other. That's what comes to mind, off the top of my head.
  11. General Chat / Random Musings

    * Hurricane region...and some of the more severe hurricanes actually create tornadoes that spin off of them. (So you are also correct) Central Florida...home to Mickey Mouse, among others.
  12. US Politics/Elections Thread

    I was speaking primarily of the most extreme in both groups. And as for your statement, I can find plenty of examples of right-leaning folks who "think" exactly as you describe. NASA is less than 50 miles from where I live and I assure you, the conservative scientists, engineers and astrophysicists that work there have an extremely pragmatic thought process. I can also assure you that many of the rioters destroying property, etc were most likely not intellectuals or pragmatists. Dismissing one group as being "Naturally This" and another group as being "Naturally That" is a gross misunderstanding of people and their nature, imo. You (out of all people) should know that your belief in Jesus Christ, your faith, is dismissed as anti-intellectualism and nothing more than a pseudo-conspiracy theory by many "intellectuals" on the left.
  13. US Politics/Elections Thread

    They may have originated from the far right but the radical left have their own circle of conspiracy theorists and they swallow that stuff up. (Not necessarily just about Fauci, conspiracy theories in general) If I were to take the 3-4 most liberal friends/acquaintances I have and the furthest 3-4 on the far right, they post the same line of conspiracy theories. They’ve almost gone “full circle”. (I went back and edited my post as stating "conspiracy groups")
  14. General Chat / Random Musings

    Don’t worry. It’s hot as (insert favorite cuss word here) down here in Florida.
  15. US Politics/Elections Thread

    It's a shame because that was one area where his administration had bi-partisan support. If the report is true, I don't think he's doing himself any favors. And as usual, we should begin to see some "Fauci conspiracy theories" begin to emerge. Funny thing is that some conspiracy groups have been circulating them for months now. All the far right has to do is copy and paste.