25 examples of what the U. S. would be like if we were all Conservatives

JD northgate76 at GMAIL.COM
Fri Aug 31 23:10:20 MDT 2012


On Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 11:36 PM, John A. Quayle <blueoval57 at verizon.net>wrote:

>  At 03:09 AM 8/31/2012, JD wrote:
>
>
>   And increase the incentive to malpractice and commit various business
> crimes.
>
>
>          Isn't a problem elsewhere in the world - we seem to be the only
> stupid ones on the planet to encourage frivolous lawsuits.
>
>
> Define "frivolous."
>
>
>
> **        *** Definition of FRIVOLOUS*1
> *a* *:* of little weight or importance *b* *:* having no sound<http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sound%5B1%5D>basis (as in fact or law) <a
> *frivolous* lawsuit>
> 2
> *a* *:* lacking in seriousness *b* *:* marked by unbecoming levity<http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/levity>
> ­ *friv·o·lous·ly* *adverb*
> ­ *friv·o·lous·ness* *noun*
>
>
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> **        **
>
Great.  Now give us an example of three lawsuits that fit any part of this
definition.

>
>   9.)  There would be a lot less government workers and the ones we'd
> have would make less on average than the taxpayers paying their salary.
> 10.)  Health care would be much cheaper and more efficient because you
> could buy insurance across state lines; we'd have tort reform, health care
> savings accounts, and tax credits for health care would go to individuals
> instead of companies, which means that you wouldn't lose your insurance if
> you lose your job.
>
>
> We have most of this crap anyway. Why are these conservative tea party
> guys keeping this tax system in place? Tort reform is more incentive to
> commit business crime and malpractice.
>
>
>          Baloney................
>
>
> Baloney my ass!  He describes health care saving accounts and tax
> credits.  That means we wil have the same ol' income tax and we sure as
> shit do have these now.  You stick money in a special bank account that
> Uncle Sugar can look at and use it ONLY for certain medical expenses.
>
>
>  11.)  The fence would be built, the border would be secure, anyone who
> overstayed his VISA would be tracked down and deported, and illegal aliens
> who did make it into the country would be forever barred from visiting here
> legally or becoming citizens.
>
>
> This is funny because it shows how much TeeVee the author watches. "Visa"
> is only written in upper case when used to refer to the credit card. 12.)
> Legal immigration would be faster, cheaper, and much more efficient. We'd
> also be selecting new American immigrants based on merit instead of
> rewarding people for breaking our laws or allowing them to come here
> because  their son or cousin already managed to become a citizen.
> 13.)  English would be the national language.
>
>
> Meaning what? Would there be a penalty for speaking German?
>
>
>          Meaning you wouldn't have Spanish on voter registration forms,
> wouldn't have to press 3 for English (or 1 for Spanish and so
> on)...............
>
>
> So big nanny state government would infringe on the rights of a private
> business to set up a phone menu thatrecognizes and accomodates its Spanish
> speaking clientele?  That don't sound conservative to me either
>
>
>  14.)  People would look at you like you're an idiot, as they should
> today, if you suggest that the Constitution is a living document. You'd
> also see a lot more Constitutional amendments because the Supreme Court
> would stick to the law as written unless it was amended.
>
>
> Too funny! Let's have MORE amendments. Cause we like amendments.   15.)
> The crime rate would be so low because of the lack of criminals and  the
> prevalence of guns that in much of the country, people wouldn't bother to
> lock their doors.
>
> 16.)  The death penalty would be applied much more liberally for terrible
> crimes and it wouldn't take 15 years of appeals to carry it out.
>
>
> So business crimes carry reduced penalties but the State can kill you for
> more reasons than ever. I bet this guy would execute Jesus for disrupting
> the business of that branch bank at the gates of the temple.
>
>   17.)  All people would be welcome to practice their religious faith
> with no official state-run religion, just as the Founding Fathers intended.
> So, yes, you could have a manger in front of the town hall at Christmas and
> the Ten Commandments on a court house wall, and teachers in public school
> could teach from the Bible in class when it was appropriate.
>
>
> Awesome! How about the teacher who decided to read from the Koran to
> apple-cheeked school kids? Or the town that put up a Wiccan altar in front
> of the court house?
>          This is done now......................
>
>
>
> WHERE?
>
>
>    18.)  Not only would there be no gay marriage, we'd be taking steps
> to  strengthen marriage -- like getting rid of no-fault divorce and it
> would be  acknowledged that a mother and a father would do a better job of
> raising  kids than any other combination.
>
>
> Maybe "we" could replace divorce with the death penalty.
>
>
>          That would lend a whole new meaning to the phrase, "I'm dyin' to
> get away from the ol' lady........."
>
>  19.) Children would be taught abstinence in school, having kids out of
> wedlock would be frowned upon, and abortion would be legal only in the
> case  of rape, incest, or danger to the life of the mother.
>
>
> That should take care of lots of problems. Because kids ALWAYS do what
> they are taught to do in schools, right?
>
>
>          That's where they learn to decorate their bananas, zucchinis and
> cucumbers with prophylactics, isn't it?
>
>
> Beats me, but if you think some teacher saying "dahn gah fukkin, yinz
> kids!" is going to stop teen sex, I got a solid gold statue of an antelope
> to sell you.
>
>
>  20.)  Kids would start out school with the Pledge of Allegiance and a
> daily prayer.
>
>
> Could the kids pray to Allah if they wanted to?
>
>
>          They do so now.................
>
>
> Another answer only Hawkins knows.
>
>  And why would they be forced to recite a State prayer promoting
> socialism if they were free to practice the faith of their choice?
>
>
>          The "Pledge" isn't  a state prayer nor does it promote
> socialism..............
>
>
> Damn sure is, M'uad Dib!
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_the_Pledge_of_Allegiance
>
>
>  21.)  We'd have school vouchers so that we could introduce competition
> into our school systems and allow all parents to send their kids to the
> same kind of schools that the rich do today. We'd also spend a lot more
> time teaching  kids reading, writing, arithmetic, history, and economics
> and spend a lot less time worrying about their self-esteem.
>
>
> Socialism again.
>
>
>          Competition isn't socialism....................
>
>
> Taking money at gunpoint and replacing with coupons that "allow" your kids
> to attend the mandatory school of your choice is damn sure socialism.
>
>  22.)  You wouldn't have terrorists, communists, and people who hate
> America teaching at our universities.
>
>
> Really? Are "we" bringing back loyalty oaths? Those worked well. 23.)
> Racism would practically be non-existent, there would be no need for  the
> NAACP, LA RAZA, or Affirmative Action and people would, "not be judged by
> the color of their skin, but by the content of their character."
>
>
> Why?
>
>
>          Ask Marty, if you can awaken him.......40k volts oughta do
> it................
>
>
>
> He might be laughing so hard at his naive bullshit that he will begin
> breathing again. The whole piece reminds me a lot of some of the stuff
> liberals write about the wonderful world we would have if only Congress
> would let Obama build it for us.
>
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