The gist of things here in my hometown, set within the arcs of things in the wider world, all from my uniquely biased point of view. Feel free to extend the horizons with your comments.
That's a great article. I've added a link to your post on my site.
ok, so he's home and thus I may not get a response for awhile, but I was wondering why this was outside your comfort zone. Of course, I think a conservative Canadian is interesting as in the states we are told there is no such animal, and socialized medicine is the best (grin).
CG - not this article, but her blog in general. That rough-and-tumble atmosphere I was talking about earlier. I've been trying to figure out myself, why I keep reading SDA, and I'm coming to realize that I'm actually a lot more conservative than I thought. It's just the packaging that makes me uncomfortable. But my skin's getting thicker. I just hope I don't grow a hard rind on my heart.
Well, laura, I was MS. Liberal for a long time. I suppose I see myself now as way more conservative, and yet I have some very liberal leanings. Or probably more Libertarian. I think both the left and the right are invested in telling people what to do, how to live their lives, and that is something I am not into.That and I couldn't get around that I just didn't think it was moral to accept money that was demanded of another at the point of a gun (tax money directly but also money that is tax exempt and/or a tax write-off). But I'm with you on being more comfortable some places than others based on how people act there, so I totally get that.(waving to garth)
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