Kyle

Dayton, OH

#42 Oct 31, 2013
There is no constitutional authorization for federal support or protection of elective abortion.

Likewise, there is no constitutional authorization for federal support or protection of sodomy and porn.

The US constitution authorizes the state and people to decide issues of abortion and sodomy and free speech, not the fedgov.

Case law jurisprudence is unbelievably corrupted in the US.
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#43 Oct 31, 2013
A States Righter? Surely not from Camden Ohio. It is possible the spirit of Clement Vallandigham is still alive in Ohio!
No flak here. I am States Righter also. I firmly believe other than defence of the country and dealing with other countries, everything else is left to the individual states.
If Nebraska wants legalized abortion and Ohio don't, that is their business. Insert names of any states and whatever in legalized abortion place and that is American Constitutionalism, period! Camden, you can't be in the Cleveland Metro. You ain't socialist enough.
I love your last sentence which bares repeating.
Case law jurisprudence is unbelievably corrupted in the US.
Duke for Mayor

Canton, OH

#44 Oct 31, 2013
Kyle wrote:
There is no constitutional authorization for federal support or protection of elective abortion.
Likewise, there is no constitutional authorization for federal support or protection of sodomy and porn.
The US constitution authorizes the state and people to decide issues of abortion and sodomy and free speech, not the fedgov.
Case law jurisprudence is unbelievably corrupted in the US.
They are called individual Constitutional rights, Kyle.

The rights of privacy and expression.

The state is indeed obligated to protect those things from people like you trampling upon them merely because you disagree.

If you don't like sodomy, porn, or abortion, don't engage in those activities, and act to protect your own family from them.

woof
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#45 Oct 31, 2013
Hey Kyle, when dukie writes the state, that means the thingee down, up or over on the Potomac, correct? To socialists the state is the district, Kremlin or Golden Palace. Well, Ha Noi is one instance also.
Wait a minute, is dukie 44 real dukie or fake dukie?

“THE GANG”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#46 Oct 31, 2013
dunadd wrote:
Guten Morgen! hope you had good sleep and a refreshing night's rest.
I would say working with a Ukrainian and Uzbek would make the day and life interesting. So at least you have some idea of the mentality and disposition of a Ukra. I never worked with Ukra but have known a few and eaten Ukra cooking. similar to both Polish and Russian but that is understandable since they all came from common roots.
I must say some of the most boring reading I have endeavoured is the writings of the different socialists. The most readable to me were Antonin Gramsci and, amazingly, Benito Mussolini. Karl Marx and Fredrich Engles were very boring though necessary. I have read socialist writings back into the 18th century, ie St Simon's.
Did you ever hear of New Harmony, Indiana? It was an unsuccessful socialist endeavor in America by Robert Owen.
I have never met Uzbek but I did read a novel by Uzbek whose name and title of book escapes me but the book was interesting, giving me some insight into the thinking process of people from that part of the world.
I have contacts with people of the Hindu world mainly India. Their food is delicious but too much curry for me and my more delicate palate. For instance, I prefer, for the taste buds, Napoli/Sicilian spaghetti but have to eat the less spicy northern Italian cuisine.
Getting back to the Ukra and Uzbek women, I suppose you have to deal with each differently concerning their mindsets and cultures etc. Is this so?
I'm at work but will respond later.....Ciao

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#47 Oct 31, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
They are called individual Constitutional rights, Kyle.
The rights of privacy and expression.
The state is indeed obligated to protect those things from people like you trampling upon them merely because you disagree.
If you don't like sodomy, porn, or abortion, don't engage in those activities, and act to protect your own family from them.
woof
For 40 years I've asked smarter people than you where the Constitution speaks of a right to privacy. I have yet to get an answer.
BTW, if such a right exists, then Obamacare is unconstitutional.

“Paper Or Plastic?”

Since: Nov 11

Albakoikee

#48 Oct 31, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>For 40 years I've asked smarter people than you where the Constitution speaks of a right to privacy. I have yet to get an answer.
BTW, if such a right exists, then Obamacare is unconstitutional.
Obamacare is indeed in violation of HIPAA rules. Its the "government" what are we going to do about it?
Kyle

Dayton, OH

#49 Oct 31, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
<quoted text>
They are called individual Constitutional rights, Kyle.
The rights of privacy and expression.
The state is indeed obligated to protect those things from people like you trampling upon them merely because you disagree.
If you don't like sodomy, porn, or abortion, don't engage in those activities, and act to protect your own family from them.
woof
Then you'll have no problem quoting the text of the constitution that authorizes fedgov support for elective abortion, sodomy, and porn.

There is no enumeration of a right to privacy in the bill of rights. Regulation of privacy issues is a state and peoples law making power, as codified in the 9th and 10th amendments. Beside the constitutional restriction, people that practise sodomy spread serious disease, a major public health issue. State and local governments have good cause to regulate sodomy. Elective abortion kills innocent people; state and local governments have good cause to regulate elective abortion.

The first amendment says fedgov shall make no law restricting speech, press, religion and assembly. That restriction is explicitly laid on the fedgov. 14th amendment extends that prohibition to state governments. There is no such law making restriction on the people, local governments. Porn regulation is exclusively a local issue, according to the constitution.

Leftist believe and make the fedgov to be totalitarian, with the fed courts acting as an oversight commitee, but constitutional text says otherwise.
Duke for Mayor

Canton, OH

#50 Oct 31, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>For 40 years I've asked smarter people than you where the Constitution speaks of a right to privacy. I have yet to get an answer.
BTW, if such a right exists, then Obamacare is unconstitutional.
Read Paco. Read.

Pay particular attention to the 9th Amendment. It renders your entire argument moot.

http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials...

woof
Duke for Mayor

Canton, OH

#51 Oct 31, 2013
dunadd wrote:
Hey Kyle, when dukie writes the state, that means the thingee down, up or over on the Potomac, correct? To socialists the state is the district, Kremlin or Golden Palace. Well, Ha Noi is one instance also.
Wait a minute, is dukie 44 real dukie or fake dukie?
Read some Constitutional Case Law involving the 14th Amendment, and how it applies to the individual States.

You people are really quite scary.

woof
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#52 Oct 31, 2013
We are scary to you and I am truly thankful for that.
Constitutionalists should be scary to you socialists. That is the way it is supposed to be.
Why should you socialists be scared of a thing such as the Constitution of the United States when you and your DC bunch are citizens of the United socialist States of America.
The Constitution does not apply to you or your Kenyan! The Kenyan can pretty much do what it wants to do without consulting the Constitution.
Like the appointments of any czars it wants to put into positions behind its socialist throne.
Now that it has the Supreme Court in its backpocket, wow, I bet it smells good there, it can do what it potentially needs to do and when the citizens of the Constitutional United States is going to start kicking back, I frankly don't know when or even if they will.
No one in position to do so is holding this president and supreme court to the Constitution.
Congress is basically diddybopping through the governmental jungle of socialist DC.

Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

#53 Oct 31, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>I only despise the 80% of black adults like you. And I only despise Muzzies capable of consciously following their sect of hate.
I nave never and will never wish harm to children of any race or religion (and Ashtray Martin was not a child.)
I suggest you look at the RATES of abortion by races. Much like public assistance, blacks are the heaviest users.
NEW YORK (WABC)-- Eye-opening statistics about the rate of abortions in New York City have been released by the Health Department.
Broken down by race for 2009:

Specifically non-Hispanic Blacks have a 59.8% abortion rate.
Hispanics have a 41.3% abortion rate.
Asians have a 22.7% abortion rate.
And non-Hispanic Whites have a 20.4% abortion rate.
http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story...

60% of Black Babies Die in Abortion in Urban Cities
http://www.lifenews.com/2013/05/14/60-of-blac...
Then move to New York. They'll love you up there.

Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

#54 Oct 31, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>For 40 years I've asked smarter people than you where the Constitution speaks of a right to privacy. I have yet to get an answer.
BTW, if such a right exists, then Obamacare is unconstitutional.
How did the Supreme Court uphold it if it's unconstitutional? There goes that theory. Those smart people you asked, were they imaginary?
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#55 Oct 31, 2013
Move to NY, move to Costa Rica, if you don't like it, move, move, move. How about staying put and combatting this socialism that is invading the Constitutional US. How about getting your elected people to do what you want and not what they want to do. How about looking to Columbus, Richmond, Harrisburg, Lansing, Frankfort, Charleston and the other respective state capitals and quit depending on the federals for everything.
How about electing people who will do your will and if not, using your term limit called the vote and elect someone who will do your bidding. The American electorate has had term limits in their grasp for a long time but don't use it, just sending the same old same olds to DC over and over. As I said before Strom Thurmond, Robert Byrd, Ted Kennedy and others had to die to retire.
The people of the 9th district of Virginia finally limited the term of Rick Boucher after 28 years.
totally uncalled for.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#56 Oct 31, 2013
Gabriels Hammer wrote:
<quoted text>
How did the Supreme Court uphold it if it's unconstitutional? There goes that theory. Those smart people you asked, were they imaginary?
The Supreme Court also gave this nation the Dred Scott decision.
Try and expand your way of thinking, kid.

Have you ever heard of Alan Dershowitz?

Alan Dershowitz: Thereís no right to abortion in the Constitution
http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/alan-dershow...

“THE GANG”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#57 Oct 31, 2013
dunadd wrote:
Guten Morgen! hope you had good sleep and a refreshing night's rest.
I would say working with a Ukrainian and Uzbek would make the day and life interesting. So at least you have some idea of the mentality and disposition of a Ukra. I never worked with Ukra but have known a few and eaten Ukra cooking. similar to both Polish and Russian but that is understandable since they all came from common roots.
I must say some of the most boring reading I have endeavoured is the writings of the different socialists. The most readable to me were Antonin Gramsci and, amazingly, Benito Mussolini. Karl Marx and Fredrich Engles were very boring though necessary. I have read socialist writings back into the 18th century, ie St Simon's.
Did you ever hear of New Harmony, Indiana? It was an unsuccessful socialist endeavor in America by Robert Owen.
I have never met Uzbek but I did read a novel by Uzbek whose name and title of book escapes me but the book was interesting, giving me some insight into the thinking process of people from that part of the world.
I have contacts with people of the Hindu world mainly India. Their food is delicious but too much curry for me and my more delicate palate. For instance, I prefer, for the taste buds, Napoli/Sicilian spaghetti but have to eat the less spicy northern Italian cuisine.
Getting back to the Ukra and Uzbek women, I suppose you have to deal with each differently concerning their mindsets and cultures etc. Is this so?
The Ukraine woman is more upstanding than the Uz! You know that old saying, keep you friends close but your enemies closer. Wouldn't and can't trust her as far as I can throw her. She has been caught stealing,cheating,
and deceiving at work...... She never ceases to amaze us.....I keep one eye on work and one on her. LOL

I am Italian and love to cook, of course. Baking also. Love it! The northern part of Italy! where my relatives are from, have a lighter flair in their cooking.....blond hair, blue and green eyes....lighter skin.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#58 Oct 31, 2013
Gabriels Hammer wrote:
<quoted text>
Then move to New York. They'll love you up there.
It hurts to be beaten with facts, eh boy?

Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

#59 Oct 31, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>The Supreme Court also gave this nation the Dred Scott decision.
Try and expand your way of thinking, kid.

Have you ever heard of Alan Dershowitz?

Alan Dershowitz: There’s no right to abortion in the Constitution
http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/alan-dershow...
Irrelevant, as usual. Bringing up a case from 1857 when that "expansion of thinking" you talk about was non existent towards blacks in those days.
Typical backwards banal ploy, dolt.

But it's funny you bring up Dershowitz...He taught Ted Cruz at Harvard...Dershowitz also believes that there are no fixed principles, that every moral judgement is contextual or contingent. Wrong. Moral judgement is a matter of applying principles to concrete cases. The circumstances may change, but the principles of judgement remain the same.

Having been proved wrong yet again...What say you?

Since: Jun 13

Utopia, Ohio

#60 Oct 31, 2013
Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>It hurts to be beaten with facts, eh boy?
Those "facts" only interest looney tune racists and psychotic dolts...You are right on point.

“Seven Days In May”

Since: Oct 13

Hilliard, OH

#61 Oct 31, 2013
Gabriels Hammer wrote:
<quoted text>
Irrelevant, as usual. Bringing up a case from 1857 when that "expansion of thinking" you talk about was non existent towards blacks in those days.
Typical backwards banal ploy, dolt.
But it's funny you bring up Dershowitz...He taught Ted Cruz at Harvard...Dershowitz also believes that there are no fixed principles, that every moral judgement is contextual or contingent. Wrong. Moral judgement is a matter of applying principles to concrete cases. The circumstances may change, but the principles of judgement remain the same.
Having been proved wrong yet again...What say you?
What I proved is that you're angry when presented with facts and with opinions that make you look foolish.
You're weak, boy.

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