What is your opinion on the contested...

What is your opinion on the contested county races?

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confused

Breckenridge, TX

#1 Feb 5, 2014
How do you feel about the incumbents and their opponents?
breck girl

Breckenridge, TX

#2 Feb 5, 2014
Gary Fuller is awesome he should win again
Observer

El Paso, TX

#3 Feb 14, 2014
I'm voting for Wendy for governor. Her plan makes common sense to me. She simply advocates that we spend money to buy birth control pills for all women to keep them from getting knocked up. It’s unrealistic and even inhumane to think that girls won’t have sex. I had my first piece of ass at age 14 and couldn’t get enough after that. I began to look for any fanny I could to tap. If we don’t buy the pills for the girls, we’ll be stuck once she gets pregnant. In that scenario we either fork over hundred of dollars for an abortion or we have to fund the little bastard for the next 20 years through welfare, food stamps and Medicaid. So all you complainers need to wake up and smell the coffee – do you want to pay a few dollars for the birth control up front of hundreds of dollars to kill it after she gets pregnant or tens of thousands to pay for the kid through high school?
confused

Breckenridge, TX

#4 Mar 1, 2014
Observer wrote:
I'm voting for Wendy for governor. Her plan makes common sense to me. She simply advocates that we spend money to buy birth control pills for all women to keep them from getting knocked up. It’s unrealistic and even inhumane to think that girls won’t have sex. I had my first piece of ass at age 14 and couldn’t get enough after that. I began to look for any fanny I could to tap. If we don’t buy the pills for the girls, we’ll be stuck once she gets pregnant. In that scenario we either fork over hundred of dollars for an abortion or we have to fund the little bastard for the next 20 years through welfare, food stamps and Medicaid. So all you complainers need to wake up and smell the coffee – do you want to pay a few dollars for the birth control up front of hundreds of dollars to kill it after she gets pregnant or tens of thousands to pay for the kid through high school?
Who cares when you got your first poke. I think guys should take some responsibility so I would be willing for some of my tax money to go to fixing them. You might lose some of your "pride", but we wouldn't have to fund any of your unwanted "bastards".
Dean Wheeler

El Paso, TX

#5 Mar 1, 2014
confused wrote:
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Who cares when you got your first poke. I think guys should take some responsibility so I would be willing for some of my tax money to go to fixing them. You might lose some of your "pride", but we wouldn't have to fund any of your unwanted "bastards".
You sound like a prude, not to mention cruel and heartless. Survey show that 6 out of 10 high school students are getting it on regularly, so it's up to us to make sure they don't get into trouble as a result. You can't deny young love nor the fact that boys want to sow their wild oats. So it's basically pennies on the dollar to get them the pills since it's far more expensive to deal with a pregnancy once there's a bun in the oven. If you have an aversion to birth control, think of it as more of a dietary supplement, since the girls can take them with a meal.
confused

Breckenridge, TX

#6 Mar 1, 2014
Dean Wheeler wrote:
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You sound like a prude, not to mention cruel and heartless. Survey show that 6 out of 10 high school students are getting it on regularly, so it's up to us to make sure they don't get into trouble as a result. You can't deny young love nor the fact that boys want to sow their wild oats. So it's basically pennies on the dollar to get them the pills since it's far more expensive to deal with a pregnancy once there's a bun in the oven. If you have an aversion to birth control, think of it as more of a dietary supplement, since the girls can take them with a meal.
No, not a prude or trying to be cruel, just plain spoken. I know that kids have sex, but my point was that it shouldn't only be up to the girls to use precautions. He was the one that called the unwanted children bastards. Decidedly unfeeling about the results of sowing wild oats--that's cruel.
Dean Wheeler

El Paso, TX

#7 Mar 1, 2014
confused wrote:
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No, not a prude or trying to be cruel, just plain spoken. I know that kids have sex, but my point was that it shouldn't only be up to the girls to use precautions. He was the one that called the unwanted children bastards. Decidedly unfeeling about the results of sowing wild oats--that's cruel.
I see your point and I agree - we should distribute condoms with the pills to make doubly sure that our teens are protected. You can't be too safe, as I always say, especially with some of these rather skanky girls walking around. They look like hoochie mamas and you can't be sure where they've been or what they've been up to. A condom is a boy's best protection in such a case.

As for the other guy's comment, perhaps it was a bit harsh but isn't that the proper term to use for a fatherless child?

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