Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#25 Jul 21, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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Sooooo, what are they proposing for the RAPIST?
Can you provide a source for your info?
The poster is referring to abortion legislation in both states.

woof
Master

Columbus, OH

#26 Jul 21, 2013
WDRussell wrote:
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You racist t-baggers don't like it when you get bitchslapped.
Buckwheat you have nothing to fear until they start putting raped men in jail.

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#27 Jul 21, 2013
WDRussell wrote:
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You racist t-baggers don't like it when you get bitchslapped.
I see no evidence of it ever happening...and certainly not by jungle creatures like you.

“PLANET EARTH”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#28 Jul 21, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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The poster is referring to abortion legislation in both states.
woof
Thanks, I got that!
Just playing.....
yep

Columbus, OH

#29 Jul 21, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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This woman is Norwegian and in a muslim country that treats women like chattel.
She should not be a victim to their brutal laws against women.
Rape is rape and the police, who are men, believe the woman committed a crime, where in fact, she is the victim.
She deserves justice and that's why she went public, to gain support.
Stop your whining. When you travel to another country, you subject yourself to their justice system and the reverse applies when foreigners visit the United States.
boo

Columbus, OH

#30 Jul 21, 2013
WDRussell wrote:
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You racist t-baggers don't like it when you get bitchslapped.
Your mom doesn't like it either.

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#31 Jul 21, 2013
yep wrote:
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Stop your whining. When you travel to another country, you subject yourself to their justice system and the reverse applies when foreigners visit the United States.
Until our government bends over and grabs its ankles when other countries like Mexico complain about their citizens being arrested and prosecuted. Even our allies cry when one of their citizens is up for the death penalty.
HiJiNx

Columbus, OH

#32 Jul 21, 2013
Dubai is a wonderful place to visit:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7234786.st...
Duke for Mayor

Akron, OH

#33 Jul 21, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>I see no evidence of it ever happening...and certainly not by jungle creatures like you.
Where is there a jungle in the United States?

woof

Since: Jun 13

Hilliard, OH

#34 Jul 21, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Where is there a jungle in the United States?
woof
Every major city has one...the watering hole is usually called Martin Luther King Blvd.

“Meh.”

Since: Aug 10

Location hidden

#35 Jul 21, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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This woman is Norwegian and in a muslim country that treats women like chattel.
She should not be a victim to their brutal laws against women.
Rape is rape and the police, who are men, believe the woman committed a crime, where in fact, she is the victim.
She deserves justice and that's why she went public, to gain support.
Going to another country makes you subject to their laws.

Saying that this happens in X place and is indicative of X culture exclusively seems a rather intellectually dishonest stretch when we're aware of similar punitive action taken against victims of sexual assault not only in a range of countries, but in our own.

By trying to present a situation where these events are self limited to Muslim majority countries, you're creating a binary of 'us' against 'them'. By stating a shared problem as one exclusively limited to the outside culture it implies that this is one of the things that separates our cultures, which distracts from the impact that this very real, shared problem has in our home culture.

By looking at this case as limited to this geographical/cultural/religiou s context you take what should be a real and actionable issue globally and reduce it to a nationalistic/anti-Muslim talking point, which cheapens the whole and very serious issue. While addressing this case as part of the ongoing global crisis of equitable rights for women and sexual assault victims might help develop a larger dialogue in which disparate cultures are able to work collaboratively to address these issues.

(Cliff notes: this isn't a Muslim thing. It's a crappy thing that happens all over. Trying to make it act as a totem for personal biases is pretty lame.)
They cannot kill a Spook

Detroit, MI

#36 Jul 21, 2013
tranpsosition wrote:
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Going to another country makes you subject to their laws.
Saying that this happens in X place and is indicative of X culture exclusively seems a rather intellectually dishonest stretch when we're aware of similar punitive action taken against victims of sexual assault not only in a range of countries, but in our own.
By trying to present a situation where these events are self limited to Muslim majority countries, you're creating a binary of 'us' against 'them'. By stating a shared problem as one exclusively limited to the outside culture it implies that this is one of the things that separates our cultures, which distracts from the impact that this very real, shared problem has in our home culture.
By looking at this case as limited to this geographical/cultural/religiou s context you take what should be a real and actionable issue globally and reduce it to a nationalistic/anti-Muslim talking point, which cheapens the whole and very serious issue. While addressing this case as part of the ongoing global crisis of equitable rights for women and sexual assault victims might help develop a larger dialogue in which disparate cultures are able to work collaboratively to address these issues.
(Cliff notes: this isn't a Muslim thing. It's a crappy thing that happens all over. Trying to make it act as a totem for personal biases is pretty lame.)
See uet another example of the muslim loving trash. Hope one day soon a group of muslims rapre her and the pour gasoline on her labia and drop a match on her.

“PLANET EARTH”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#37 Jul 21, 2013
No amount of dialogue and or collaborations will change the Muslim laws.
Murders,abuse are the thing women have to look forward to in these countries.
Enzyte Bob

United States

#38 Jul 21, 2013
Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Every major city has one...the watering hole is usually called Martin Luther King Blvd.
A friend of mine I had a client who sold property. he reinvested the money in order to differ capital gains tax by purchasing a McDonalds down south. The Moron bought it sight unseenand after the closing came back to Ohio all freaked out the next cross street was Martin Luther King Boulevard.
Enzyte Bob

United States

#39 Jul 21, 2013
I saw a bunch of women all wrapped up in their head scarves at the movies last night. At first I thought they were all dressed up in character to see one of the movies until I figured out it was some young muzzies.
They cannot kill a Spook

Detroit, MI

#40 Jul 21, 2013
Enzyte Bob wrote:
I saw a bunch of women all wrapped up in their head scarves at the movies last night. At first I thought they were all dressed up in character to see one of the movies until I figured out it was some young muzzies.
Were they skinnys?
Jeb

Columbus, OH

#41 Jul 21, 2013
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Were they skinnys?
Last week I walked past a female skinny at the airport and nearly threw up from the odor of unwashed ass and genitalia combined with the absence of deodorant.
yep

Columbus, OH

#42 Jul 21, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
No amount of dialogue and or collaborations will change the Muslim laws.
Murders,abuse are the thing women have to look forward to in these countries.
Western dialogue and collaboration are ineffective because Muslim laws are based upon Islam and the Quran just like United States laws are based upon Christianity and the Bible.

Women can look forward to murder and abuse in the United States just as much as "these countries". You need only to look as far as Cleveland where three women were held captive and raped for a decade and now three female bodies have been found wrapped in plastic.

“PLANET EARTH”

Since: Apr 10

Location hidden

#43 Jul 21, 2013
yep wrote:
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Western dialogue and collaboration are ineffective because Muslim laws are based upon Islam and the Quran just like United States laws are based upon Christianity and the Bible.
Women can look forward to murder and abuse in the United States just as much as "these countries". You need only to look as far as Cleveland where three women were held captive and raped for a decade and now three female bodies have been found wrapped in plastic.
One difference.
Our laws don't condone abuse and murder of women (or anyone else) and laws in the USA don't condone husbands abusing their wives, etc.
Big difference, in US law and Sharia law, in the Muslim countries.

There are cases of murders and abuse around the world,, but it's not the norm, nor condoned in the US, like it is in Muslim countries.

I have to say, that Cleveland has bred some low life's through out history, but then again, look up the history of all the states....starting with Florida.
48729dlw83992

Columbus, OH

#44 Jul 21, 2013
BizzyBee wrote:
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One difference.
Our laws don't condone abuse and murder of women (or anyone else) and laws in the USA don't condone husbands abusing their wives, etc.
Big difference, in US law and Sharia law, in the Muslim countries.
There are cases of murders and abuse around the world,, but it's not the norm, nor condoned in the US, like it is in Muslim countries.
I have to say, that Cleveland has bred some low life's through out history, but then again, look up the history of all the states....starting with Florida.
It's simple DizzyDee. If you disagree with Sharia law, stay out of Muslim countries. If you disagree with US law, stay out of the US.

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