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Brewer

Abingdon, VA

#43 Feb 26, 2014
VETOED! Common sense ruled the day!
woo

Kingsport, TN

#44 Feb 26, 2014
The bill has been vetoed! Cry, rednecks, cry. You're not the voice of 'Murica you think you are.
JBM

Johnson City, TN

#45 Feb 26, 2014
Well well, it seems Jan Brewer is a smart woman. She vetoed the bill and gave her reasons which at least in part are exactly the point I was trying to make with the examples I used, and I quote,"The bill is broadly worded and could result in unintended and negative consequences."
She also said the bill didn't address a specific or present concern related to religious liberty or hear one example of how a business owner's religious freedom had been violated in Arizona.

YAY for the human agenda!!
worker

Johnson City, TN

#46 Feb 26, 2014
Er Wait a Minute wrote:
<quoted text>To the contrary, JBM, I am VERY well versed on labor laws, being that I have been a representative of OCAW, PACE and USW on both the local and international level (not that I was a full fledged International rep, but was proud to be a temporarily assigned rep involved in both organizing and contract negotiations, based on my knowledge and devotion to labor rights Most likely these years of experience were back when you were s**** yellow in your diapers, but a lifetime of experience negates your new wave of being blind just to be accepted by guilt for homos. No brag, just fact. You ain't been around and I have. I've seen the attack on labor rights first hand. I wasn't born yesterday and know which side the bread is buttered on and need no greenhorn to tell me different. I'll tell you right off the bat, I know that b.s. walks, and you are leaving tracks all over the place. You remind me of the kiss butt job scared worker, complacent to be accepted by the latest line of b.s. just to justify your apathy. What is your experience? A doldrum staid onlooker? I don't pretend to be a genius, but you are about as up on the game as a scab laborer. Your outlook of mathematics is 1+1= a 3 dollar bill, a direct assumption of the homosexual theory of negative numbers.
Guess you don't know the right wing is getting rid of unions also. In today's world, you don't exist. Those rights have been taken away also.
Mayson Cutter

Since: May 12

Hankel Hollar

#47 Feb 27, 2014
woo wrote:
The bill has been vetoed! Cry, rednecks, cry. You're not the voice of 'Murica you think you are.
You'll be the one crying as you burn in hell. Heathen.
Mayson Cutter

Since: May 12

Hankel Hollar

#48 Feb 27, 2014
JBM wrote:
Well well, it seems Jan Brewer is a smart woman. She vetoed the bill and gave her reasons which at least in part are exactly the point I was trying to make with the examples I used, and I quote,"The bill is broadly worded and could result in unintended and negative consequences."
She also said the bill didn't address a specific or present concern related to religious liberty or hear one example of how a business owner's religious freedom had been violated in Arizona.
YAY for the human agenda!!
You mean the money agenda. Her decision was based pretty much on the cooperate lords that rule this country today. They can't seem to make it without the Queer money. Bad things "oops I mean worse things" are coming to the immoral people of America.
Er Wait a Minute

Kingsport, TN

#50 Feb 27, 2014
worker wrote:
<quoted text>Guess you don't know the right wing is getting rid of unions also. In today's world, you don't exist. Those rights have been taken away also.
You are preaching to the choir on that point. How well we should all be able to see our rights being taken away by the corporate/political monsters.
klop

Cherokee, AL

#51 Feb 27, 2014
JBM wrote:
Well well, it seems Jan Brewer is a smart woman. She vetoed the bill and gave her reasons which at least in part are exactly the point I was trying to make with the examples I used, and I quote,"The bill is broadly worded and could result in unintended and negative consequences."
She also said the bill didn't address a specific or present concern related to religious liberty or hear one example of how a business owner's religious freedom had been violated in Arizona.
YAY for the human agenda!!
All Brewers are smart. lol
lol

Kingsport, TN

#52 Feb 27, 2014
Mayson Cutter wrote:
<quoted text> You'll be the one crying as you burn in hell. Heathen.
If Hell even existed, spending eternity there couldn't possibly be as bad as spending eternity with bitter, small minded redneck pieces of sh*t like you. By the way, don't forget to rip out your eyeball the next time a woman you're not married to and not trying to have babies with gives you a hard-on, if you want to truly go by the BuyBull.
JBM

Johnson City, TN

#53 Feb 27, 2014
BuyBull...lmao that's brilliant, I gotta remember that one.

Maybe one of you religious Einsteins can explain this one....

IF as according to Christian doctrine god is all knowing, all seeing and is the sole creator of everything that has been, is, and will be then surely he knows that a person he has created and will in the future create is gay. I mean he made them that way right? So, If being gay is such an abomination to god then why does he keep making gay people? It can't be free will, if as stated before god knows the outcome of all things then one really has no free will at all, we're just simply going through the motions. Based on this I surmise a gay person is no more capable of changing their ways then a bigoted hater can change their ways, it's just how god made them. So why would god who claims to be about love, forgiveness, and "morality" create such a self perpetuating scenario of hatred and intolerance?
I can't help but wonder, is god a lying sadistic hypocritical entity or did some human write down a bunch of his own ideas about how life should be and claim god said it as a way to instill fear and control perverting the concept of god and his wants for his creation. Again, if god is all knowing why would he create such a being to destroy his work?
Er Wait a Minute

Kingsport, TN

#54 Feb 28, 2014
JBM wrote:
BuyBull...lmao that's brilliant, I gotta remember that one.
Maybe one of you religious Einsteins can explain this one....
IF as according to Christian doctrine god is all knowing, all seeing and is the sole creator of everything that has been, is, and will be then surely he knows that a person he has created and will in the future create is gay. I mean he made them that way right? So, If being gay is such an abomination to god then why does he keep making gay people? It can't be free will, if as stated before god knows the outcome of all things then one really has no free will at all, we're just simply going through the motions. Based on this I surmise a gay person is no more capable of changing their ways then a bigoted hater can change their ways, it's just how god made them. So why would god who claims to be about love, forgiveness, and "morality" create such a self perpetuating scenario of hatred and intolerance?
I can't help but wonder, is god a lying sadistic hypocritical entity or did some human write down a bunch of his own ideas about how life should be and claim god said it as a way to instill fear and control perverting the concept of god and his wants for his creation. Again, if god is all knowing why would he create such a being to destroy his work?
The subject of predestination is a long standing argument and has been the subject of "free thinkers" like you.. But you rule out free will. More or less being that you have no belief in God, who are you to question? Being born gay is a miserable excuse to fall back on. In your train of thought murderers, thieves and all baser sorts of people were born that way. If God just up and made people without free will, why would He even bother with it? You are missing the big picture with your self centered view of it all. Salvation is freely offered, but must be earned by your actions. The choice is yours, either accept it or wallow in your own belief of being above it. You fail to recognize the meaning of grace. Consider your children. Would you raise them with no guidance or do your best to teach them and let them learn what is right and wrong? According to you, one of them might just be born to smother you with a pillow and be just another animal with only self preservation instincts..
Er Wait a Minute

Kingsport, TN

#55 Feb 28, 2014
Brewer wrote:
VETOED! Common sense ruled the day!
Pffffft, just another case of a governor being made an offer she can't refuse by the gay lobby. It ain't over yet! Did you notice she is going to challenge her own state constitution that allows only one consecutive term and try to be reelected again? I guess that speaks its own as far as respect for legality of established rules. She cut a deal, plain and simple.
JBM

Johnson City, TN

#56 Feb 28, 2014
Er Wait a Minute wrote:
<quoted text>The subject of predestination is a long standing argument and has been the subject of "free thinkers" like you.. But you rule out free will. More or less being that you have no belief in God, who are you to question? Being born gay is a miserable excuse to fall back on. In your train of thought murderers, thieves and all baser sorts of people were born that way. If God just up and made people without free will, why would He even bother with it? You are missing the big picture with your self centered view of it all. Salvation is freely offered, but must be earned by your actions. The choice is yours, either accept it or wallow in your own belief of being above it. You fail to recognize the meaning of grace. Consider your children. Would you raise them with no guidance or do your best to teach them and let them learn what is right and wrong? According to you, one of them might just be born to smother you with a pillow and be just another animal with only self preservation instincts..
Who am I to question... Yeah, that's the kind of pathetic evasive bulls**t answer I expected.
Next...
Brewer

Abingdon, VA

#57 Feb 28, 2014
Er Wait a Minute wrote:
<quoted text>Pffffft, just another case of a governor being made an offer she can't refuse by the gay lobby. It ain't over yet! Did you notice she is going to challenge her own state constitution that allows only one consecutive term and try to be reelected again? I guess that speaks its own as far as respect for legality of established rules. She cut a deal, plain and simple.
No, actually she saw the legislation as the hateful and morally repugnant piece of garbage it was. Even John McCain, as conservative as he is, didn't agree with this crap as did the throngs of idiots of actually voted for it and changed their minds just days later.
Mayson Cutter

Since: May 12

Hankel Hollar

#58 Feb 28, 2014
The almighty dollar won again. Goes to show Repubs are almost "but not quite" as bad as Demoturds. When did the NFL, and corporations start running this country????
Er Wait a Minute

Kingsport, TN

#59 Feb 28, 2014
JBM wrote:
<quoted text>
Who am I to question... Yeah, that's the kind of pathetic evasive bulls**t answer I expected.
Next...
What an evasive answer. Exactly! Who are you to question the topic? You obviously rely on your own form of sophomoric logic that you feel you have the brilliance to create. You devise your own morals and expect me to follow them. What qualifies you to do that? How did I evade the question? Seems you evaded the answer. Let's hear it, oh Great and Powerful Oz..........
Er Wait a Minute

Kingsport, TN

#60 Feb 28, 2014
Brewer wrote:
<quoted text>
No, actually she saw the legislation as the hateful and morally repugnant piece of garbage it was. Even John McCain, as conservative as he is, didn't agree with this crap as did the throngs of idiots of actually voted for it and changed their minds just days later.
Seems to me both she and McC (who has homosexual relatives in the mix, to his embarrassment) and especially the legislators who flip flopped their support were all under pressure from the queer lobby. Kinda funny, her job is to enforce the state constitution regardless of her "morals", yet she supposedly did the opposite. Isn't that a lot of what the legislation was based on, the exercise of ones beliefs and morals?
durrr

Abingdon, VA

#61 Feb 28, 2014
Mayson Cutter wrote:
The almighty dollar won again. Goes to show Repubs are almost "but not quite" as bad as Demoturds. When did the NFL, and corporations start running this country????
Money talks bitch, wake up!
Mayson Cutter

Since: May 12

Hankel Hollar

#65 Mar 1, 2014
durrr wrote:
<quoted text>
Money talks bitch, wake up!
I'm awake 24/7. And you're less than a Bitch.
Mayson Cutter

Since: May 12

Hankel Hollar

#66 Mar 1, 2014
lol wrote:
<quoted text>
If Hell even existed, spending eternity there couldn't possibly be as bad as spending eternity with bitter, small minded redneck pieces of sh*t like you. By the way, don't forget to rip out your eyeball the next time a woman you're not married to and not trying to have babies with gives you a hard-on, if you want to truly go by the BuyBull.
Well I guess you told ol Mayson. I'm so hurt by your scathing remarks I might just, have a good laugh knowing how you pounded those keys so hard, with the veins popping out in your neck, your face turning a bright red, and your little heart pounding against your ribs. Yes sir I'm really hurt by your stupid little childish remarks. Hope how soon you find out for sure if Hell really exists.:)

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