>All guns are confiscated, so no one can defend themselves
We want sane gun laws, not a free-for-all where seriously mentally ill people and violent offenders can't enable tehmselves to hurt people.
>Where all prisoners, except Christians, are set free
That's a rather extreme view held only by a few left-wing anarchists that nobody older than college age pays any attention to.
>Where no white men exist
a) Many of us don't care much about race demographics to begin with and b) you never saw the multiracial composite hottie that Time Magazine put on their cover on an issue about that very subject, did you? Outbreeding vigor FTW.
>Where no Christians exist
We can do without the fundies, but most of us are fine letting people believe what they want. Unless of course you define "Christian" as "self-righteous godbotherer who doesn't want any dissent".
>Where all churches are closed and burned to the ground
Well that would be a waste of cultural heritage now wouldn't it? Not to mention kind of an environmental disaster and an insult to the spirit of community. We're big on community.
>Where Evolution is dogma that cannot be challenged, and Christiantiy is a crime
Evolution is not dogma, and it can be challenged -- no one has managed to do it successfully though. And it has nothing to do with Christianity, as many of your more liberal brethren will tell you.
>Where all priests and pastors have been
To what end?
>Where marriage between men and women is outlawed, but gays are encouraged and permitted to marry
To what end? I can't imagine that concept makes any sense except for a few Dworkinites on the lunatic fringe of feminism.
>Where the tax rate is 100 per cent
Uh... you do realize we know that "Taxman" by the Beatles was a joke, right?
>Where all private property has been siezed and put to the use of the people
Yeah, because that's worked out soooo well in Communist countries... no. Doesn't work, and not all of us believed in it in the first place.
>Where the IRS has hounded the NRA and the Christian Coalition out of existence
I think the NRA is pretty good about its taxes, such as it has to pay them. The Christian Coalition, on the other hand, is a political advocacy group and shouldn't be allowed to pretend it's solely religious in nature.
>Where all crosses have been removed from everywhere
Well... I'll defer to the late Bill Hicks on that one. He had a few things to say on that.
>Where Islam has become victorious
Nah, we want Muslims to feel free to worship as freely as Christians in this country, but we don't want them running the country any more than we want you.
>Where private property is outlawed for the crime it is
You're repeating yourself.
>Where no Republicans can ever again get elected
Uh... well, see, it's more that we want your sort out of the Republican party so that the honest conservatives of the US aren't tied up with your irrational and corrupt lot.
>Where elections are outlawed so that we can do what we want without fear of being voted out of office
No... I don't think there's too much of that in the Democratic party.
>Where we can raid the treasury for ourselves and our communist endeavors
Unlike your lot, which is totally free of corruption?
>Where no dissent is allowed
>Where dissenters are shot
Uh, no. A lot of us are big fans of the First Amendment as well.
>Where liberalism becomes the religion of the land
Liberalism isn't a religion to begin with. Under certain circumstances, humanism is.
>Where God is removed from our money and courts
That, actually, would be a very good thing. One for... never mind, I'm not even going to count. But it's not a majority opinion, even among liberals.
>Where Hillary Clinton is a saint and no one is allowed to say otherwise
Uh... I don't like Hillary very much. I did like her husband a lot, despite his moral failings, but she's kind of a wishy-washy centrist with little worth supporting.
>Where all Christian books are burned including the Bible
Sorry, we have to keep the Bible around for reference. You win that one. And burning books is pretty close to being a secular mortal sin, so you lose there.
>Where adult child sex is normal and abstinence is abnormal
Adult-child sex is an abuse of power and consent, and studies have shown that abstinence is abnormal anyway.
>Where no more prayer is allowed and is against the law
Yeah, First Amendment again. Fail.
>Where all borders are erased so that all who want to come here and get welfare are free to do so
Your sheet is showing.
>Where men are jailed for looking at a woman
>Where men are jailed for asking a woman for a date
Sexual harassment case law is a mess, but really all we want between the sexes is mutual respect. Some people do go overboard and abuse the law.
>Where men are not allowed to live in the same town as their children
Oh, you're one of those creepy-ass fuckers. Let's just say I've heard plenty of fathers who get unjustly screwed over on custody issues, but never heard a "father's rights" advocate who seemed to fall into the "unjustly screwed" category. Most of the "father's rights" bunch seem like the sort who should have lost custody to begin with.
>Where any race or sex but white heterosexual men can speak in public and hold office
>Where global warming caused by humans is accepted as truth and cannot be challenged
Become a climatologist. Then you can challenge it. If you've got the data, that is.
>Where no white person can hold the office of presidency unless they are liberal or gay
Because that'll be real productive...
>Where the state takes children away and 'educates' them as soon as they are born
You know, when they read "Brave New World" in high school, it's not intended as an instruction manual.
>Where men who fail to pay child support regardless of the fact that they are not allowed to see their children are put in prison for life
We should be so lucky. Deadbeat dads are a scourge upon our culture. (If you were legitimately screwed, you probably wouldn't have written this list.)
>Where all talk radio is outlawed
Uh... why would this happen again?
>Where PBS is mandated for children to view
Why would any one station be mandated? (Besides, Sesame Street is great TV, but Boohbah is insufferably weird. That's why we have Nick and Disney Channel as well. Choice. Choice is good. Any liberal will tell you that.)
>Where Rosie O'Donnell is regarded as a saint
Not in my world. Rosie's a good TV show host but kind of a nutter.
>Where no white male can be the head of any company unless he is gay
>Where no white male can serve in the military unless he is a private and no higher or he is gay
I don't think anyone, anywhere, has ever advocated these points.
>Where the pagan god Queztocotl is worshipped
First off, it's Quetzalcoatl. Second, so what? It's not 15th c. Mexico anymore, no one would be required (except maybe in the minds of a few Aztlan lunatics, most of whom are more or less conservative anyway).
>Where all pro life persons are imprisoned
On what grounds?
>Where women are required to dress like men and vice versa
Maybe on Sadie Hawkins day. And of course for Rocky Horror shows. But that's about it. Anything else is by choice. (Besides, it's you conservatives that tend to be more into that sort of thing anyway. We think you're funny like that.)
>Where lying by us is unchallenged
Yeah... no. Have you looked at the White House lately?
>Where all monuments to Conservative politicians or war heroes are destroyed and replaced with feminist or gay icons
There's that paranoia again.
>Where the antichrist can come to power without opposition
Liberals tend not to take the concept of the Antichrist literally.
>Where animals are not hunted
>Where the eating of meat is outlawed.
Some would like that. It is by no means universal, though, and I actually support regulated hunting and certain animal sports, provided they're closely watched to cater to the animals' welfare.
>Where chimpanzees are considered persons but some humans are not
>Where no woman takes the name of any man
Because it messes with your sense of ownership? You do realize that there's no law against changing your name if you want to, don't you?