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#184 Feb 21, 2013
Moe of Indy wrote:
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Birth control pills are a few cents. To have a baby is $150000.
Which is cheaper?
It isn't about "cheaper". I shouldn't be forced to pay for someone that is continually putting themselves in situations they can't afford.
Moe

Indianapolis, IN

#185 Feb 21, 2013
It is a good thing that you can't have but babies.

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#186 Feb 21, 2013
Moe wrote:
Hey AA!, this is the real Moe Man. I want to get my freak on with you.
Would you like to meet at Starbucks for some coffee. I am sure I can turn you to my way of life.
You are deluded, but you are sexy. Have you had the republican smell test?
LOL! More Moe's!! I need to run by and pick up my free birth control first....never mind I will just bring a tire iron instead!!

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#187 Feb 21, 2013
Duchess wrote:
<quoted text>"H" and "R"...
Ok, never mind. I knew someone there, and was curious.
Moe

Indianapolis, IN

#188 Feb 21, 2013
AllAmerican1 wrote:
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LOL! More Moe's!! I need to run by and pick up my free birth control first....never mind I will just bring a tire iron instead!!
But yu have to have the republican smell test first. Can't have you faking that you are a real republican.
Moe

Indianapolis, IN

#189 Feb 21, 2013
AllAmerican1 wrote:
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It isn't about "cheaper". I shouldn't be forced to pay for someone that is continually putting themselves in situations they can't afford.
Would you agree to let some one limit the water you drink, teh food you eat, or going to the toilet. All necessary as is sex to normal folks.
Moe

Indianapolis, IN

#190 Feb 21, 2013
Here is a guy who know how to give the smell test.

We need to check you bona fides AA!.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php...

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#191 Feb 21, 2013
Moe wrote:
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Would you agree to let some one limit the water you drink, teh food you eat, or going to the toilet. All necessary as is sex to normal folks.
I don't eat, drink or sh!t any more than I can afford.

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#192 Feb 21, 2013
Moe wrote:
Here is a guy who know how to give the smell test.
We need to check you bona fides AA!.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php...
A cop in an Obama city, in an Obama state.
Harry

Indianapolis, IN

#194 Feb 22, 2013
AllAmerican wrote:
I Hate Blacks as they are ruining society and I don't care who knows it..there!
I see you are still running the show over here with all the racists.
Carl

Indianapolis, IN

#195 Feb 22, 2013
Harry wrote:
<quoted text>I see you are still running the show over here with all the racists.
Oh I doubt he will ever leave. He doesn't work so he needs something to pass the time. No one else will listen to his yammerings and lame jokes.

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#196 Feb 22, 2013
Carl wrote:
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Oh I doubt he will ever leave. He doesn't work so he needs something to pass the time. No one else will listen to his yammerings and lame jokes.
If you were a little more observant, you would realize that one of your kind posted the thread that concerns you so much.

“Jesus is Lord”

Since: Aug 11

Greenwood, Indiana

#197 Feb 22, 2013
What Would Jesus DO??

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#198 Feb 22, 2013
AllAmerican wrote:
I Hate Blacks as they are ruining society and I dn't care who oknows it..there!
Heres what happened and is happening still today. A faction of racist and fanatical religious black individuals engendered the theory that white people are the root of all evil and the blame for anything negative on the face of the earth. They implemented these unwarranted philosophies in our puesdo society and made them an indirect law and they became special and have double standards, special rights, and think the white man has to bend over backwars for them. Its somewhat the same as the female of the species, poor little picked on things who have been held back in life by a certain gender or race. It took years for all this to take hold and is now rampant and unstoppable. Even the current generations of caucasions believe they are evil and have hurt the black race which is erroneous. Back in the African Slave Trade black people SOLD black people. They brought them over in boats and sold them to plantation owners. They were mostly from the south and I will admit they made them slaves. But thats the way it was in those days. The civil war was based on the whites who didn't go along with that theory. It was a select group of people like the Nazies in Germany. Their gone now. You can't blame a race of people for anything select, theres good and bad in all races. You can't go over to Germany and say "these bastard Germans, all the evil they did". That would be wrong because it was a certain group of people who in a certain time period in history who did these astrocities. It took white people to terminate slavery like Lincoln, one of the greatest presidents who ever lived. But you never here about how certain white people have helped blacks, like John Brown the abolitionist. Its just the bad things. They have used this unjust concept and ran away with it. Whats that old saying, we gave them an inch and they took a mile. The black race has hurt our country in many ways, one being freedom. They have taken away our feeling of being free. Their crime rate is off the charts and violence is very high. Its like they can do no wrong and are justified in what they do and this is totally wrong. And lets not forget the poor little Indians. When the European came over to explore they found the Indians at war with each other (various tribes), fighting for land, food etc, all the white man did was join in. Someone had to win, but the white man with his better technological weaponry became the evil side of it. Indians even took the white man's side and spyed for him on other tribes for alcohol. It was all shifting loyalties but everyting became miscontrued through the ages and now the white race is the blame for anything negative on any other race of people. A bunch of lying BULL SHIT. Nuff Said!!!!!!!!!!

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#199 Feb 22, 2013
AllAmerican1 wrote:
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I think that anybody that reads this, and has read anything I have ever posted will know that it wasn't me that posted this. I sincerely hope that it isn't an adult that's doing this. This is something I would expect from a 15 yr old. Pathetic, race baiting ass clown!
But its alright for the black race to lash out at white people, that what your saying disoriented simpleton. If a black person started a site and ran down white people I bet you wouldn't say a word.

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#200 Feb 22, 2013
rrc53 wrote:
<quoted text>But its alright for the black race to lash out at white people, that what your saying disoriented simpleton. If a black person started a site and ran down white people I bet you wouldn't say a word.
What is it you are reading that makes you call me a disoriented simpleton? I am confused???
Moe

Indianapolis, IN

#201 Feb 22, 2013
AllAmerican1 wrote:
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I don't eat, drink or sh!t any more than I can afford.
But you have to do it regardless of whether you can afford it moeron.
Moe

Indianapolis, IN

#202 Feb 22, 2013
AllAmerican1 wrote:
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What is it you are reading that makes you call me a disoriented simpleton? I am confused???
He is reading between the lines and sees the real you. You can't hide you hate and animosity toward the human race.
Moe

Indianapolis, IN

#203 Feb 22, 2013
What does the acist AA1 think about this:

That non-controversial sentiment helps explain why a push to mandate drug testing for welfare applicants is sweeping through nearly two dozen states. "If you have enough money to be able to buy drugs," says Colorado Rep. Jerry Sonnenberg, "then you don't need public assistance."

Hard to argue with that. Before lawmakers get too carried away, though, they might want to consider what has happened in states that have tried such laws. If the experiences in Arizona and Florida are any guide, the answer is: not much.

While early results hint at some potential, savings have been small and few abusers have been caught. More troubling, collateral damage to children has not been effectively addressed strange, considering that today's welfare program, which offers temporary assistance, is open only to deeply impoverished families with children.

Arizona was the first state to impose a testing program. In 2009, it began testing new welfare recipients when there was a "reasonable cause" to suspect illicit drug use. So how many of the 87,000 people subjected to the program have tested positive since then?
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Just one.

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#204 Feb 22, 2013
Moe wrote:
What does the acist AA1 think about this:
That non-controversial sentiment helps explain why a push to mandate drug testing for welfare applicants is sweeping through nearly two dozen states. "If you have enough money to be able to buy drugs," says Colorado Rep. Jerry Sonnenberg, "then you don't need public assistance."
Hard to argue with that. Before lawmakers get too carried away, though, they might want to consider what has happened in states that have tried such laws. If the experiences in Arizona and Florida are any guide, the answer is: not much.
While early results hint at some potential, savings have been small and few abusers have been caught. More troubling, collateral damage to children has not been effectively addressed strange, considering that today's welfare program, which offers temporary assistance, is open only to deeply impoverished families with children.
Arizona was the first state to impose a testing program. In 2009, it began testing new welfare recipients when there was a "reasonable cause" to suspect illicit drug use. So how many of the 87,000 people subjected to the program have tested positive since then?
USATODAY OPINION
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Most editorials are accompanied by an opposing view a unique USA TODAY feature that allows readers to reach conclusions based on both sides of an argument rather than just the Editorial Board's point of view.
Just one.
I don't think anybody reads your copy and paste jobs anymore Moe.

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