Case In Point: Political Parties

Here's some F***king idiots (no offense to idiots). OK, so you have multitudes of people who decide that they have the same feelings about a group of issues, and that makes them think these issues should be pushed on the rest of the population. WTF?!?!?! Seriously? OK, so we have this concept in America that we pride ourselves on called "Freedom", and generally the idea behind it is to be free from the will of others. So, why do we see the need to group together and push our opinions on others? Why do we lobby for bills that restrict the ability of others to act in a way that, even though it is not dangerous to others, is looked down on by wackos with agendas? F*** me!

Oh wait, there's a political party out there that sees it as their job to do just that.

V8fusion V8fusion
26-30, M
1 Response Mar 6, 2010

Probably comes form the old idea that; "there is safety in numbers"?? I tend to agree with you on this point. I don't quite subscribe to the old "if it feels good do it" philosophy of the 60's, anymore because, obviously there does need to be "limits'. However, I sure as hell don't need you (and your GROUP) to ram any of your philosophy down my throat.