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God And Science, The Political Parties

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Posted by Hartley DiBianca on April 3, 2001 03:46:48 UTC

This is exactly why political parties bother so many people, but so view vote against them.

We have a culture where upsetting other citizens has become offensive and all people have a natural barrier of protection. We view posts as offensive and out of line. We get angry and post nasty thing about the author. "They are a socialist" "They are a reactionary" "They are a right winger" "They are a liberal" the labels continue.

This website is special, it is a scientific forumn which allows for reasonable debate on issues that touch all of our lives. We think, we ponder, we love the debate. But the internet is a free flowing entitee that allows for all people to find and share their thoughts. Many find themselves trapped in a particular popular way of thinking and may not betray this thought. I pitty those and pitty those who think by association. Sure they may insult you if you dare betray them on any particular issue, but those with clear thoughts and clear thinking do not get offended by such insults and labels.

HD

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