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#74434 Jan 4, 2013
Largelanguage wrote:
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The deal is what he would have voted for.
What are you babbling about Dan?

Doesn't Greater Life cover mental illness in your benefits package. I wonder if they cover your trips down to Jamaica to take care of the weed problem?

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#74435 Jan 4, 2013
Poos ur daddy wrote:
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Your point is well taken, but amendments have not always kept pace with change. Examples are Emancipation Proclamation and FDR's New Deal.
The conclusion I have come to from my reading of US history is that our founders didn't intend it to be a static document, but rather one that could grow to encompass circumstances that they could not foresee. I don't know how they could have tweeked it for speed. Perhaps that is what we must deal with in order that it not change too much or in the wrong direction.

If I am not mistaken, a strict constructionist views the document as completely static and if the founders had intended for something to be in there, they would have put it in there. Fortunately, our founders appear to have been much more intelligent men than the run of the mill strict constructionist.

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#74436 Jan 4, 2013
Largelanguage wrote:
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The deal is what he would have voted for.
Dan, do you ever bring any of that weed back with you from your trips abroad? You know, keaster-stashed in a ballon tucked up next to your head?

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#74437 Jan 4, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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Interesting thought. The Bible stopped evolving around 2000 years ago. The Constitution stopped evolving around 236 years ago, and Norton stopped evolving around 60 years ago.
Thats funny Dawg. Was that for the sake of the joke or do you consider the Constitution a static document? This may be a Christmas miracle if I have found something that we don't agree on.

The real miracle may be that two different individual agree so often.

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#74438 Jan 4, 2013
DanFromSmithville wrote:
<quoted text>Dan, do you ever bring any of that weed back with you from your trips abroad? You know, keaster-stashed in a ballon tucked up next to your head?
It appears I made a spelling error in the word "balloon." I left the "o" out. Much like your ex-wife did the last time you mounted her before the divorce.

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#74439 Jan 4, 2013
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AL SELLS TO AL-JAZEERA. GORE THE CLIMAGETE WHORE!
THE SALE OF CURRENT TV TO THE QATAR-OWNED NEWS ORGANIZATION AL-JAZEERA has been finalized, failed presidential candidate and noted global warming activist Al Gore announced Tuesday.
But perhaps more notable than the fact that the longtime proponent of “environmental causes” has sold his pet project to a company that relies on oil money is the fact that Gore actually turned down a higher offer from Glenn Beck.
TheBlaze was reportedly told by the network that “the legacy of who the network goes to is important to us and we are sensitive to networks not aligned with our point of view,” according to sources familiar with the situation.
Now that Al-Jazeera’s running the show, will Current TV host and former Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm have to wear a burqa?
~ Rush Limbaugh
I think Rush should wear a burqa so we don't accidentally catch a look at his bodacious man rack.

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#74440 Jan 4, 2013
DanFromSmithville wrote:
<quoted text>The conclusion I have come to from my reading of US history is that our founders didn't intend it to be a static document, but rather one that could grow to encompass circumstances that they could not foresee. I don't know how they could have tweeked it for speed. Perhaps that is what we must deal with in order that it not change too much or in the wrong direction.
If I am not mistaken, a strict constructionist views the document as completely static and if the founders had intended for something to be in there, they would have put it in there. Fortunately, our founders appear to have been much more intelligent men than the run of the mill strict constructionist.
Good morning--well stated!! I agree (oh wow..we're on a roll) that the authors attempted to design a document which could adapt to a rapidly changing society. Of course, it's not perfect but has definitely served well as a foundation for a government of the people. The authors set forth a document that provided a course to ward off the machinations of rule such as they had suffered at the hands of the British. Nevertheless, they could not have imagined the drastic, rapid change their country would experience in the following 200+ years. There have certainly been circumstances that even amendments could not adequately address. But, all in all, they did a darn good job......

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#74441 Jan 4, 2013
Largelanguage wrote:
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The deal is what he would have voted for.
LargeLanguish--- we seem to have a language barrier....
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#74442 Jan 4, 2013
Poos ur daddy wrote:
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The Constitution, Bible and Norton all have common ground-none allow for the concept of evolution......
Are you really as dumb as Dawg? Must be!

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#74443 Jan 4, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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Interesting thoughts! Of course, it is heresy to even think that the US Constitution is 236 years old, and might not cover all situations encountered these days.(E.g.: "fiscal cliff")
(Reminds me of the Holy Bible and "Norton.")
Funny thing.....you don't know anything about either the Bible or the Constitution. That impression comes from the comments you make! You must blow hot air!

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#74444 Jan 4, 2013
Guest wrote:
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Well in a sense the Constitution has evolved, amended 27 times.
I know you understand what the Bill of Rights were.
Even more importantly, I understand what the Bill of Rights ARE!

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#74445 Jan 4, 2013
Norton wrote:
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Are you really as dumb as Dawg? Must be!
CHEERS!
EVOLVE--To undergo gradual change; develop:
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/evolve

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#74446 Jan 4, 2013
DanFromSmithville wrote:
<quoted text>Thats funny Dawg. Was that for the sake of the joke or do you consider the Constitution a static document? This may be a Christmas miracle if I have found something that we don't agree on.
The real miracle may be that two different individual agree so often.
Well, of course the Constitution allows for amendment, and has been "tweaked" many times.

Also, of course the Bible has been "tweaked" thousands of times, and is still being "tweaked" (e.g. the "Holman Christian Standard Bible," which is yet another endeavor to get rid of those pesky inconsistencies which "true believers" know that are not actually there).

I will not speculate whether "Norton" has been "tweaked," or "evolved," or not.

If you want to throw a REAL rock at me, tell me that existing objects do not "evolve," but actually grow or change. I consider "evolution" to be the change over time (usually large periods of time) of living species on this planet.

So, I guess my comment was a joke. At least, it gave "Poo" a good laugh, which was the intent of my effort.

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#74447 Jan 4, 2013
DanFromSmithville wrote:
<quoted text>Thats funny Dawg. Was that for the sake of the joke or do you consider the Constitution a static document? This may be a Christmas miracle if I have found something that we don't agree on.
The real miracle may be that two different individual agree so often.
I guess we might be considered mental "soulmates," huh?

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West Plains police just reported that a missing brain has been found sitting on top of a computer keyboard on downtown Main Street. The brain was completely devoid of grey matter or any signs of intelligence, except for the words "Muslim Communist" written on it in magic marker. Food stamps were found nearby. It is believed that the brain did not work for years, but existed on free government handouts.

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#74449 Jan 4, 2013
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Guns are Welcome On Premises. Please keep all weapons holstered unless need arises. In such case, judicious marksmanship is appreciated.
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#74450 Jan 4, 2013
DanFromSmithville wrote:
<quoted text>I think Rush should wear a burqa so we don't accidentally catch a look at his bodacious man rack.
Rush: Oh, I wish I was down in the land of Oxycontin! Good times there are not forgotin! Look away! Look away! Look away, I'm not behind the curtin!

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#74451 Jan 4, 2013
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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West Plains police just reported that a missing brain has been found sitting on top of a computer keyboard on downtown Main Street. The brain was completely devoid of grey matter or any signs of intelligence, except for the words "Muslim Communist" written on it in magic marker. Food stamps were found nearby. It is believed that the brain did not work for years, but existed on free government handouts.
oh-lmao-fortunately I have no problem with incontinence so I was able to finish reading without an accident.....

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#74452 Jan 4, 2013
Poos ur daddy wrote:
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Good morning--well stated!! I agree (oh wow..we're on a roll) that the authors attempted to design a document which could adapt to a rapidly changing society. Of course, it's not perfect but has definitely served well as a foundation for a government of the people. The authors set forth a document that provided a course to ward off the machinations of rule such as they had suffered at the hands of the British. Nevertheless, they could not have imagined the drastic, rapid change their country would experience in the following 200+ years. There have certainly been circumstances that even amendments could not adequately address. But, all in all, they did a darn good job......
Democracy fails when there is a 50/50 split in opinion.

Examples are abortion, gun rights, states rights, healthcare rights, taxation.

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#74453 Jan 4, 2013
Poos ur daddy wrote:
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LargeLanguish--- we seem to have a language barrier....
Heh! A "languish" barrier?

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