Does that mean we cannot disagree with anything without being labeled? Are we next going to be labeled as terrorist?
Speaking up on things is part of our history, foundation and shows us to be a true patriot. What would you call yourself?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:28 AM on Aug. 13, 2009 in Politics & Current Events
My best guess is because labeling someone with negativity is the fastest way to quiet them down. Unfortunately for them it doesn't seem to be working. They are even reverting to the pre-election standard of calling people racists and even that has lost it's impact. People are fed up and won't be quieted any longer. The people are feeling like they are being pushed into activism. In general, conservatives don't really protest like they have been for some of the things that have come up recently. It's interesting.
As for what I call myself, I call myself an American that sleeps at night no matter what other people think about her and her opinions.
Answer by QuinnMae at 9:49 AM on Aug. 13, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 9:34 AM on Aug. 13, 2009
OP--you might want to watch this video....says it all!!! LOL
Answer by LoriKeet at 9:45 AM on Aug. 13, 2009
In the age of politically correctness, theyare hoping that you will shrink back into the shadows and not want to be labeled. They (and I'm not really sure who they are) throw out these names and hope no one wants to be labeled extremist. They are not counting on the fact that some of us see it as a label of honor to be worn proudly. I am not ashamed to stand and be counted as an extremist when it comes to allowing my country to become socialist. I am part of the extremist mob! Give me a button to wear!!!!!!
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