Former Silent Majority


Former Silent Majority

Members: 3
Latest Activity: Oct 11, 2011

A political debate group

You can watch things happen,

You can make things happen,

Or you can look back and say

"What the hell happened?"


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Animal School

Started by Cam Vallee Oct 11, 2011. 0 Replies

Have a sit back and watch this video.  Then consider your public school system.  Could this be why we are not seeing kids make it successfully through our public school sytem?  Food for thought…Continue

Wall Street Protests

Started by Cam Vallee. Last reply by Cam Vallee Oct 10, 2011. 2 Replies

They appear to be growing and if anyone can explain what they are about I would sure appreciate it.  I am unclear as to the endgame here as I just told Green in another blog post.  They are running…Continue

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Comment by Cam Vallee on October 11, 2011 at 11:30am
Absolutely David!  It is wonderful to 'see' you here!
Comment by David on October 11, 2011 at 5:07am
Hi Cam is it ok to join you on here??
Comment by Cam Vallee on October 10, 2011 at 3:01pm

I am a Canadian fiscal conservative who loves to debate politcs.  Politics is about opinion and we will all differ on what we think about things and how we feel about things.  Differences in political thinking is not personal but too often personal attacks are used to control the conversation.  That should never be tolerated.

No one person will ever agree on everything.  For instance I am a strong fiscal conservative.  That means that I believe my government must govern according to the money it collects.  It must present a budget and stay within the confines of what they presented.  They must give the national debt priority treatment because it strangles the ability of our government to move forward with new things.  You cannot move forward with new ideas when the money is not there.

I am pro choice and pro gay marriage.  I am an atheist.  I do not think religion has any place in politics because it mucks up the arena.  Real people are making the decisions that either move my country forward or drag it back.  They are quick to take credit for their good decisions and I have yet to ever hear any of them blame God when they make bad ones.  So atheist or not God has no place in political thinking.

I do not believe in global warming.  Just do not think the science it done investigating it yet.  I do think we as humans need to become better caretakers of this here earth.  We are responsible for the messes we are making and need to start cleaning up.  But I have never beleived in global warming.  That would make for interesting debate methinks!

I support Israel and am proud my country stands firm with them.  Have all of my 68 years and make no apologies for that.


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