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    Default Re: McCain is at the values summit?

    And sometimes you just troll to get a reaction...........

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    Big,

    In earlier threads, you stood up for Murtha and Kerry, who also fought in Viet Nam, but were not POWs. What's the difference here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skipster View Post
    Big,

    In earlier threads, you stood up for Murtha and Kerry, who also fought in Viet Nam, but were not POWs. What's the difference here?
    Murtha and Kerry are not at the values summit.

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    Neither are you.

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    Big, who would you suggest be the American representative to the Values summit? (I can hardly believe there is such a thing as a values summit, but that's beside the point)

    Someone like yourself with impeccable morals and values, but with the international cache to warrant such an invite.

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    Apparently there was an event billing itself as the "values summit"--organized by the Family Research Council (see link).

    Does this mean they have a lock on "values"--that if you're not with their program that you lack values? Or, if you profess to have values, does this mean yours are less important than those at the Summit? Apparently so. Reminds me of those who claim to own the term "patriotic", or those, like Tancredo, who claim they're "true Americans" (which suggests that some of us are less-than-true). I hear David Bowie has a new song that goes something like: "False Americans. False Americans. We were the False Americans"

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/cq/20071021/...rightstrawpoll

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    I don't know who should participate in a "Values summit" or whether such a summit is appropriate in politics or whether one party should hold such a summit at the exclusion of the other parties.

    However, consider this, IMO Obama and Edwards are much better family men than Giuliani and McCain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big View Post
    I don't know who should participate in a "Values summit" or whether such a summit is appropriate in politics or whether one party should hold such a summit at the exclusion of the other parties.

    However, consider this, IMO Obama and Edwards are much better family men than Giuliani and McCain.
    Gotta agree with you Big. Isn't morality more of a individual thing rather than a party thing. Just because you belong to a party do people get to judge you as moral or amoral. You can't really argue the point about Obama and Edwards being better family men if you consider what most christians would consider moral when it comes to divorce.

    I don't agree with anything else you have said on this thread Big, you are still officially a Turd in my opinion.

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