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Since: May 12

Houston

#29728 Dec 4, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Easy to make broad stroke accusations with no evidence.
What ideas are you exchanging? You refuse to articulate what you think might make Denmark have lower crime rates.
Looks like your main concern is bitching about me.
Denmark imprisons 17 people per one hundred thousand.We imprison 715 per one hundred thousand.My guess? Drugs.The WAR ON DRUGS is looking more and more like the WAR ON AMERICANS...decriminalization of weed would save billions of dollars that we now spend on locking up people who use Maryjane.It costs 35,000a year to lock someone up.We have more people locked up than China,a country with FOUR TIMES our population!! We have over two million people imprisoned in AMERICA! At 35,000 a pop!
Snore

Charlotte, NC

#29729 Dec 4, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Ok, but .08 is not really detectable to the server. "impaired" is subjective. Likely why I have never seen this law being enforced.
Of course I do cut off someone who is overly impaired in my opinion, and there are rules to how much one can serve an individual.
None of this changes my previous claims.
Emlu and myself got you Mike--accept Factoid #175. The "OK" and the "likely" and the "of course" proves(along with the factual link)that YOU WERE WRONG, AND CAN'T OR WON'T ADMIT IT, THUS the ok's, the likely's, the of course's. Today is Tuesday, Dec. 4th 2012. Will you argue this? Comical. Damn it--where is that funny and nuts icon?!
Snore

Charlotte, NC

#29730 Dec 4, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>No problem, I used to "sling a few" across a bar myself. But, I have always found that "make a bartender responsible for a customer" law a little unfair.
Listen, I love my cocktails too, but the issue/debate was the .08 NCABC statue. And our governments/federal & states and justice system are EXTREMELY FLAWED, but, imo, better than any system in the world. And I do believe the parents of todays youth are 100% accountable. Waco, it's laughable how parent(s)parent today. It starts at home and ends at home. And I believe if you drink, then you should be held accountable period. We don't have a perfect anything. Hell, I won't deny that I have had more than enough out at bars and social settings, but I was and still am responsible enough to be RESPONSIBLE PERIOD.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#29731 Dec 5, 2012
Snore wrote:
<quoted text>Listen, I love my cocktails too, but the issue/debate was the .08 NCABC statue. And our governments/federal & states and justice system are EXTREMELY FLAWED, but, imo, better than any system in the world. And I do believe the parents of todays youth are 100% accountable. Waco, it's laughable how parent(s)parent today. It starts at home and ends at home. And I believe if you drink, then you should be held accountable period. We don't have a perfect anything. Hell, I won't deny that I have had more than enough out at bars and social settings, but I was and still am responsible enough to be RESPONSIBLE PERIOD.
Smartphones do the parenting these days...so it would seem...
TSF

Fayetteville, NC

#29732 Dec 5, 2012
For those with faith, no explaination is necessary, for those without faith, no explaination is possible.
St Thomas Aquinas
TSF

Fayetteville, NC

#29733 Dec 5, 2012
Earth to GOP: No more tax breaks for the rich.
waco1909 wrote:
Mike there is no debating with you.On religion, especially.Am I going to convince you that Christ is your savior? Doubtful.Are you going to convince me that Christ is a lie? No.You see Mike, some things are beyond debate.I WILL debate about the"fiscal cliff".How about you old man?

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#29734 Dec 5, 2012
TSF wrote:
For those with faith, no explaination is necessary, for those without faith, no explaination is possible.
St Thomas Aquinas
TSF, I have to give it to you, you have some of the best quotes and thoughts on religion.:)

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#29735 Dec 5, 2012
TSF wrote:
Earth to GOP: No more tax breaks for the rich.
<quoted text>
TSF, I have to give it you for keeping us abreast on tax breaks for the rich. I believe the rich aren't going to be the only ones suffering from the tax increases wanting to be imposed. I've heard so much about the fiscal cliff that I'm just about ready to jump off any cliff to end the misery of listening about it. Just joking, don't believe in suicide.
Taxpayer

Oxford, NC

#29736 Dec 5, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>I just want to know who agreed to this post enough to put a check mark on it?
I am glad that you have moved away from calling America a communist nation and are now just worried it will someday become communist. Baby steps.
The problem Mikey is you are wrong. The collectivist economics that you and the other communist minded people support make this country a communist state. The central planning of freedom hating people is enslaving our families and has to be stopped. Every country from the beginning of recorded history, that has gone this way, has ended in fascism. With people like you voting the Hitler’s and the Stalin’s in to power we are going the same way.
Taxpayer

Oxford, NC

#29737 Dec 5, 2012
TSF wrote:
Earth to GOP: No more tax breaks for the rich.
<quoted text>
Yes TSF needs a bigger welfare check to buy more drugs.

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#29738 Dec 5, 2012
Snore wrote:
<quoted text>Emlu and myself got you Mike--accept Factoid #175. The "OK" and the "likely" and the "of course" proves(along with the factual link)that YOU WERE WRONG, AND CAN'T OR WON'T ADMIT IT, THUS the ok's, the likely's, the of course's. Today is Tuesday, Dec. 4th 2012. Will you argue this? Comical. Damn it--where is that funny and nuts icon?!
Snore, I gave you the funny icon last night. Since someone wants to know who posts the "judging" icon, I'll own the one I gave you :)

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29739 Dec 5, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Part of a series on
Christianity
and Gender
Theology
Female disciples of Jesus
Gender roles in Christianity
Jesus' interactions with women
List of women in the Bible
Paul of Tarsus and women
Women as theological figures
Women in the Bible
4 major positions
Christian egalitarianism
Christian feminism
Complementarianism
Biblical patriarchy
Church and society
Christianity and homosexuality
Ordination of women
Women in Church history
Organizations
Christians for Biblical Equality
Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood
Evangelical and Ecumenical Women's Caucus
Theologians and authors
Feminist:
Letha Dawson Scanzoni · Anne Eggebroten · Virginia Ramey Mollenkott
Egalitarian:
William J. Webb · Kenneth E. Hagin · Gordon Fee · Frank Stagg · Paul Jewett · Stanley Grenz · Roger Nicole
Complementarian:
Don Carson · John Frame · Wayne Grudem · Douglas Moo · Paige Patterson · John Piper · Vern Poythress
Patriarchal:
Doug Phillips · R. C. Sproul, Jr.· Douglas Wilson
Some "light reading" for you
I am fully aware of some women being prominent in the bible, so? Does that mean they are treated as equals by Christianity or most religions? Nope. Maybe it is you guys picking and choosing what to follow in the bible, but the facts are clear, women have been suppressed by religion all throughout history.
Putting a reading list in front of me is not convincing me of anything other than you cannot use your own words to make the case for your opinion.
Catholics hold up the virgin Mary in ways that is ironic to the fact they exclude women from the hierarchy. In case you are not aware, religion contradicts itself on a regular basis. So holding up a few women in history of religion is not making your case. A few does not show equality. In fact, it makes the case for inequality.

Sociologists claim there were more women in biblical times than men. They say this is why there was polygamy.
So if this is true, it is clear there is no excuse to have more men in the bible of power than women. It should be the opposite.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#29740 Dec 5, 2012
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem Mikey is you are wrong. The collectivist economics that you and the other communist minded people support make this country a communist state. The central planning of freedom hating people is enslaving our families and has to be stopped. Every country from the beginning of recorded history, that has gone this way, has ended in fascism. With people like you voting the Hitler’s and the Stalin’s in to power we are going the same way.
Kinda like the Egypt protests today. Morsi gave himself "power", the people are storming the gates. We will have to wait and see if the same happens here. I watched a Detroit city councilwoman say that Detroit did "our part" in the election, now it's Washington's turn. The city wants a Federal bailout. I thought the auto bailout helped save Detroit.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29741 Dec 5, 2012
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem Mikey is you are wrong. The collectivist economics that you and the other communist minded people support make this country a communist state. The central planning of freedom hating people is enslaving our families and has to be stopped. Every country from the beginning of recorded history, that has gone this way, has ended in fascism. With people like you voting the Hitler’s and the Stalin’s in to power we are going the same way.
Again, look up the word 'communism'. Yes, we have some socialism, thus some of our system has some things in common with communism, but it ends there. And the socialism in communism is far more broad than what we have here.
Just try to have an honest debate. It might make your concerns look legitimate.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29742 Dec 5, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Kinda like the Egypt protests today. Morsi gave himself "power", the people are storming the gates. We will have to wait and see if the same happens here. I watched a Detroit city councilwoman say that Detroit did "our part" in the election, now it's Washington's turn. The city wants a Federal bailout. I thought the auto bailout helped save Detroit.
OK, but that is socialism, not communism. Call it what it is, or all your arguments look suspect.
Actually, bailing out the city government is not even socialism.
TSF

Fayetteville, NC

#29743 Dec 5, 2012
I believe you are right about the fiscal cliff which actually symbolizes the financial predicament in which we are now immersed. The reduction of the situation to a deadly symbology gives each political party an excuse to act in the interests of our country without serious recrimination from voters. If that actually happens , it will certainly be painful to all, rich and poor because the problem just cannot be fixed on the backs of the rich or the poor seperately. But painful is always better than fatal (which would eventually follow inaction).
Makin bacon wrote:
<quoted text>
TSF, I have to give it you for keeping us abreast on tax breaks for the rich. I believe the rich aren't going to be the only ones suffering from the tax increases wanting to be imposed. I've heard so much about the fiscal cliff that I'm just about ready to jump off any cliff to end the misery of listening about it. Just joking, don't believe in suicide.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29744 Dec 5, 2012
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes TSF needs a bigger welfare check to buy more drugs.
Again, have an honest debate, or all your concerns look suspect. You ignored his point and went for the personal attack. Evidently you have no rebuttal.

“Breaking the spell ”

Since: Dec 10

of the puppet master

#29745 Dec 5, 2012
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>Part of a series on
Christianity
and Gender
Theology
Female disciples of Jesus
Gender roles in Christianity
Jesus' interactions with women
List of women in the Bible
Paul of Tarsus and women
Women as theological figures
Women in the Bible
4 major positions
Christian egalitarianism
Christian feminism
Complementarianism
Biblical patriarchy
Church and society
Christianity and homosexuality
Ordination of women
Women in Church history
Organizations
Christians for Biblical Equality
Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood
Evangelical and Ecumenical Women's Caucus
Theologians and authors
Feminist:
Letha Dawson Scanzoni · Anne Eggebroten · Virginia Ramey Mollenkott
Egalitarian:
William J. Webb · Kenneth E. Hagin · Gordon Fee · Frank Stagg · Paul Jewett · Stanley Grenz · Roger Nicole
Complementarian:
Don Carson · John Frame · Wayne Grudem · Douglas Moo · Paige Patterson · John Piper · Vern Poythress
Patriarchal:
Doug Phillips · R. C. Sproul, Jr.· Douglas Wilson
Some "light reading" for you
When you copy and paste, it is custom to post the link.
Not that I expect you to follow the common courtesy rules of a debate forum.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#29746 Dec 5, 2012
Mike Duquette wrote:
<quoted text>Again, look up the word 'communism'. Yes, we have some socialism, thus some of our system has some things in common with communism, but it ends there. And the socialism in communism is far more broad than what we have here.
Just try to have an honest debate. It might make your concerns look legitimate.
Communism is the all freeing emancipating revolution that will bring and end to exploitation of human beings by others.
Fascism is the anti revolution, a right wing dictatorship usually thrown up against the working class as a last defense of capitalism and characterized by deceitful tactics to win (misguided) working class support
TSF

Fayetteville, NC

#29747 Dec 5, 2012
Never did drugs,never needed or wanted welfare. The reality is that social programs will have to be reduced AND the pampered rich will have to be taxed just like the rest of us. Villifying the poor or the rich will not change that reality. The problem is so serious that you will notice that neither party is even talking about DEBT reduction, only deficit reduction. That means the debt will contiue to grow because a budget surplus (which could applied to the debt principal) has become virtually impossible.
That is the beauty of the "cliff" analogy. The end result of a fall is the same, regardless of your ideology.
Taxpayer wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes TSF needs a bigger welfare check to buy more drugs.

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