Liberal National Party
and Committee
September 4, 2012 @ 12:45 AM


Structure determines behavior.  The biological human structure will influence personality, attitude, thus behavior.  Simply put; what you look like and what physical things you can do will influence who you are.  Three examples: If a male is an agile Mesomorph attending high school he will probably play football.  If a person can run the hundred in less than 10 seconds they will probably be on a track team.  Sitting in the front seat on the left hand side of a car going 60 MPH determines a different behavior than being in the back seat. 

The male has dominated it’s species from pre homo-sapiens to present.  He managed the growth and flourishing of humankind.  But the species by size and...

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September 4, 2012 @ 12:29 AM

Dear Liberals: You’re getting red in the face, stress level is up and your spouse is tired of you walking around with a scowl.  All this lauding, legitimizing and legalizing conservatism is getting to you.  I know that.  But you have to put it in perspective.  Conservatives have been around for 27 thousand years, they are not about to go away.  Conservatism is an ethos, eternal and existential part of our species.  It is a needed entity for the survival of any society.  So, deal with it.  Now hold on, let me explain. 

First, there is a large segment in any humankind society and cultures that fear the unknown, the new and change.  This ailment takes on many manifestations.  One is...

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September 3, 2012 @ 2:10 PM

Religion has every right, even a duty, an obligation to reinforce government, education, parentage, economy, arts, recreation and amelioration.  These fore mentioned institutions cannot grow and flourish without religious support.  The stronger, the more pure the religious behavior the stronger and more pure is society.  Religion has to be intertwined, coupled and be an integral part of culture.  Religion: - The universally acquired feelings holding sacred the behavior essential for the species survival.

But, religion can not, must not take over the duties of other institutions, even if that society had a one hundred percent participation in a non-supernatural and dogmatic religion.  But we have a society that ...

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September 3, 2012 @ 1:37 AM

Are business executives better at running government?  Ask the question a different way: is our capitalistic system a good model and training ground for persons who manage government?  There are two aspects to this question.  First, what is the consequential difference?  Capitalism is making money.  Government is administrating money.  Second, are the same techniques of management transferable?  

First: capitalism has a sales force that persuades people to buy a particular product.  The customer has the option of buying or not buying.  If a business wants more money they can improve their product, make new products, produce more, lower prices to sell more and/or increase their sales force, ...

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September 3, 2012 @ 1:23 AM

Paul Ryan has his interns and staff read Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged.  Paul Ryan has said the author of these books is what inspired him to enter politics.  Paul Ryan has said many times that he is guided by this author’s principles and philosophy. 

Paul Ryan is talking about Ayn Rand.  Ayn Rand was born in Communist Russia.  She spoke English with a Russian accent.  Ayn Rand was a loud prognostic Atheist.  Ayn Rand was a leader in making abortion legal in this country. 

Can you imagine what the conservatives would do to Biden and the President if they touted a female Russian atheist abortionist?  We liberals don’t care and would never accuse Paul Ryan of supporting communism, ...

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September 3, 2012 @ 1:10 AM

Over a glass of wine, at a local, I asked some bright college quaffers: “how many institutions are there?”  Both responded “too many to count.”  Not a good answer.  There are 5 basic and 3 ensuit Institutions. Sad to say, in all fairness, most people do not know what an Institution is or how many there are.  The Institutions are: Education, Government, Religion, Parentage, Economics, with secondary Art and Recreation, and tertiary Amelioration.  

An Institution is an established way of the group, or group-way.  A group is 9 or more homo-sapiens.  Less is a gathering.  For an example, Ohio State University is a facility for the institution of Education.  The professors are...

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