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The right is wrong

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The owner of hobby lobby is nothing butt a republican fraud. He says he against contraception because of his religious views butt the phony christian buys 99% of his supplies/products from a country that has forced contraception and abortion.

I guess the liars religious beliefs stop at the bank.

What a fraud.
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The right is wrong wrote:
The owner of hobby lobby is nothing butt a republican fraud. He says he against contraception because of his religious views butt the phony christian buys 99% of his supplies/products from a country that has forced contraception and abortion.
I guess the liars religious beliefs stop at the bank.
What a fraud.
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Religious beliefs also stop at the offering plate because churches don't care where or how the money donated came about.
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Oh this is just getting seriously creepy Road Toa d...!

Seriously...

For you to keep on pretending that you have this "special friend" (HIO, et al...) who "sets up the shot" for you to "slam dunk" over and over again is absurd...!

How many times have we read on the Chico TOPIX forum where old HIO makes a comment... and then good old "GRANDPA NICOLAI" chimes in...

Right on cue...

To "score one for TEAM OBAMA"...!

This is RIDICULOUS...!!!

It is SO OBVIOUS that is pitiful to watch...!!!

Are you REALLY such a pathetic, lonely old LOSER that you have to make up imaginary friends like RIW on Internet chat forums just to try and fool people... total strangers on a Internet chat forum... into believing that you have friends and some people actually BELIEVE your childish nonsense...?

Poor old "GRANDPA NICOLAI"...

Such a sorry, pathetic excuse for a man...

http://www.californiaprogressreport.com/Bob-M...

ROTFLMAO...!!!
The right is wrong

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GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Religious beliefs also stop at the offering plate because churches don't care where or how the money donated came about.
So true. My problem with this whole hobby lobby thing is the flaming hypocrisy. And to say corporations are people, that's crazy. Do corporations go to jail when people die because of them, hell no. They pay a fine. If corporations are the same as people, everyone at GM who knew about the faulty ignitions should be tried for murder.

Such hypocrites ....
Get Right or Get Left

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Liberal hypocrisy is the act of a liberal saying or doing a certain thing for which they condemn others in doing. Liberal hypocrisy can extend as far as condemning a conservative position yet embracing the same position it if it becomes a liberal position. A recent example of liberal hypocrisy is that liberals will often criticize George W. Bush for drinking in his youth, although they do not criticize Barack Obama who blatantly admitted to using drugs and who smoked [1] well after sponsoring a harsh tabacco bill and drinks alcohol [2]. Several years later, Obama realized he was exhibiting liberal hypocrisy to his children regarding his smoking, and in a rare display of common sense, finally stopped. [3] This demonstrates that openmindness can overcome liberal hypocrisy, even among its most ardent practitioners. Sadly, liberals did not follow Obama's example, and still (unfairly) heap criticisms on others.
GRANDPA NICOLAI

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The right is wrong wrote:
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So true. My problem with this whole hobby lobby thing is the flaming hypocrisy. And to say corporations are people, that's crazy. Do corporations go to jail when people die because of them, hell no. They pay a fine. If corporations are the same as people, everyone at GM who knew about the faulty ignitions should be tried for murder.
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You are absolutely correct!

If the law views corporations as people then any corporation found guilty of any major crime should go to jail or put to death.

Since you can not physically send a corporation to jail then the equivalent would be to make the corporation suspend it's operations for a predetermined amount of time and liquidate some of it's assets to compensate the employees, and…

the stock holders are out of lack for not keeping an eye on the management.
Get Right or Get Left

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PROGRESSIVES = SOCIALISTS = COMMUNISTS = LEFT-WING RADICALS = ANTI-CAPITALISTS = UNAMERICAN

OBAMA'S GOVERNMENT = ORGANIZED CRIME

SEE THE ENDLESS, STUNNING LIST OF OBAMA'S CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES...
http://www.commieblaster.com/obamacrimes/inde...
GRANDPA NICOLAI

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What are you foaming at the mouth about now…???
The right is wrong

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Interesting side -bar: Several years ago the supreme court ruled that several indigenous Indian tribes couldn't smoke/use peyote during their "religious" ceremonies. If the court sides with the hypocrites who own hobby lobby it'll mean the Indians can smoke peyote.

And if I remember correctly, there's a religious group who use LSD in their ceremonies. Gawd, this could get interesting!
Glo Bull Warming LOL

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GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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What are you foaming at the mouth about now…???
Here is how libs & demorats operate:
16 TACTICS LIBS USE TO AVOID DEBATING THE ISSUES

1. Ad Hominem (Name-Calling aka You're a Racist etc.)
2. Distracting (aka Pivoting¯ aka Changing the Subject
3. Somebody Else Did It Before (aka Two Wrongs Make a Right)
4. Accuse conservatives of being bullies when they express their views
5. It's a Far-Right Conspiracy (Or The Koch Brothers Did It)
6. You Heard That on Faux News
7. IT'S SPAM-DON'T READ IT
8. Its George Bush's fault.
9. THIS IS WHY YOU HAVE NO CREDIBILITY.
10. Nobody cares about this anymore
11. SPEW HATE WHILE ATTEMPTING REBUTTAL.
12. Belittle & demonize your adversary.
13. Always the same, aye _____? When you have nothing intelligent to add, you will still always say something really stupid and off point.
14. ATTACK THE MESSENGER
15. LIE
16. TALK AROUND THE SUBJECT
Glo Bull Warming LOL

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The right is wrong wrote:
Interesting side -bar: Several years ago the supreme court ruled that several indigenous Indian tribes couldn't smoke/use peyote during their "religious" ceremonies. If the court sides with the hypocrites who own hobby lobby it'll mean the Indians can smoke peyote.
And if I remember correctly, there's a religious group who use LSD in their ceremonies. Gawd, this could get interesting!
It really cracks me up, ROTFLMAO at you, just how smart you idiots really believe you are, while at the vary same time you are as ignorant as a rock!
The American Indian Religious Freedom Act, Public Law No. 95-341, 92 Stat. 469 (Aug. 11, 1978)(commonly abbreviated to AIRFA), codified at 42 U.S.C.§ 1996, is a United States federal law and a joint resolution of Congress that was passed in 1978. It was enacted to protect and preserve the traditional religious rights and cultural practices of American Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts, and Native Hawaiians.[1] These rights include, but are not limited to, access of sacred sites, freedom to worship through ceremonial and traditional rights and use and possession of objects considered sacred. The Act required policies of all governmental agencies to eliminate interference with the free exercise of Native religion, based on the First Amendment, and to accommodate access to and use of religious sites to the extent that the use is practicable and is not inconsistent with an agency's essential functions.
And yes stupid... that includes the use of peyote!
The right is wrong

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Glo Bull Warming LOL wrote:
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It really cracks me up, ROTFLMAO at you, just how smart you idiots really believe you are, while at the vary same time you are as ignorant as a rock!
The American Indian Religious Freedom Act, Public Law No. 95-341, 92 Stat. 469 (Aug. 11, 1978)(commonly abbreviated to AIRFA), codified at 42 U.S.C.§ 1996, is a United States federal law and a joint resolution of Congress that was passed in 1978. It was enacted to protect and preserve the traditional religious rights and cultural practices of American Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts, and Native Hawaiians.[1] These rights include, but are not limited to, access of sacred sites, freedom to worship through ceremonial and traditional rights and use and possession of objects considered sacred. The Act required policies of all governmental agencies to eliminate interference with the free exercise of Native religion, based on the First Amendment, and to accommodate access to and use of religious sites to the extent that the use is practicable and is not inconsistent with an agency's essential functions.
And yes stupid... that includes the use of peyote!
Ahhhhhhh, I believe it was anthony scalia who ruled against the Indians on the use of peyote. Keep trying!
The right is wrong

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http://www.nytimes.com/1990/04/18/us/use-of-d...

Now you were saying?
Glo Bull Warming LOL

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The right is wrong wrote:
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Ahhhhhhh, I believe it was anthony scalia who ruled against the Indians on the use of peyote. Keep trying!
First thing, dope! That would be Antonin Scalia, not Anthony!!!

And it is left up to the States!

While 28 States do provide varying legal protections for the religious use of peyote by Indians, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 1990 in the Smith case that it is constitutionally permissible for States to prohibit such use. This legislation is made necessary by the Smith ruling.

Keep looking stupid!
TWP

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The right is wrong wrote:
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Ahhhhhhh...

it was anthony scalia...
"anthony scalia"...
-Road Toa d

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonin_Scalia

Wow...!

And this is coming from someone who claims to be a Constitutional Scholar with a MA in English and a 175 IQ...!

You know Road Toa d...

Is is ASTONISHING just how BLOODY STUPID you are...!!!

Poor old Road Toa d...

He just never seems to get tired of making a complete A$$ of himself in public...!!!

ROTFLMAO...!!!
ken

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hey is this where i can come to rant, rave and vent? using your religion as an excuse to deny other people rights is like making it against the law to sin and then brag about how righteous you are. If you make yourself the masters of other peoples faith then you have to answer for them. Also NRA stands for Not Really American. How much hate and discontent can I stir up with those two gyms
ken

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purposly misspelled to get the spell checkr=er goin
TWP

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ken wrote:
rant, rave and vent...
How much hate and discontent can I stir up...
Well...

Looks like we can add "ken" to old Road Toa d's never ending list of imaginary screen names...

"GRANDPA NICOLAI"...

"Tea Party Solution"...

"The right is wrong"...

"Middle of the roa d"...

and now...

"ken"...

Wow...!

Poor old Road Toa d...

http://www.californiaprogressreport.com/Bob-M...

He just never seems to get tired of pretending...

ROTFLMAO...!!!
ken

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i jus com hear 2 b 2ped. me seed TWP, and Glo Bul Warmin sew me taught dis was a 2ped contest i shuld'a no'd i couln't win but me treid anyways
ken

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awh cumon aincha goina fix ma spellin? hows about punchaton an centance strucktur i's surly taught yu'd fix paragaffin

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