Who do you support for U.S. Senate in North Carolina in 2010?

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Nov 16, 2013
 
State of Florida wrote:
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I think every woman carries the responsibility. I also think that every woman has to come to some decision about abortion of the child inside of her, and that is between her and God. That is her personal decision and not society's. No, I do not think God wants the child aborted, but I do not want the government to make her most personal decisions for her. You support less government involvement in our persoanl lives, and yet you support them to make this decision. That's very hypocritical. And, with the hatred that you have for the welfare system, are you willing to pay higher taxes to support the child AFTER IT IS BORN so that it has proper food and living conditions? Or, is it only while the child is in the womb that you SUPPORT THE CHILD?
Arnold, as usual you skirted the issue. If a woman can kill a child and you don't want the government making that personal decision that's your opinion. If the government should stay out of killing a child then they ought to stay out of trying to force their will of let's say Obamacare on people. How do justify cherry picking what the government should butt in and what they shouldn't?

I'll tell what I support and that's any woman that has a child to get off her bum, go to work and feed and raise the child. It's a very simple premise and has worked well for past generations. I also support women taking personal responsibility of respecting their bodies and not having sex with every man with a pair of pants on. And while I'm at it, "baby daddy" ought to carry the burden of helping pay for these children so carelessly conceived.

I'm pro choice, the choice to be responsible enough to prevent pregnancy to begin with. Now isn't that a novel idea, birth control, free at that--who would have thunk???

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Nov 16, 2013
 
Demonazis love to slaughter those babies.Yeah, nothing frees a woman up from a male oriented society, like ripping those babies out a piece at a time, it reeks of "freedom".........
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Nov 17, 2013
 
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Arnold, as usual you skirted the issue. If a woman can kill a child and you don't want the government making that personal decision that's your opinion. If the government should stay out of killing a child then they ought to stay out of trying to force their will of let's say Obamacare on people. How do justify cherry picking what the government should butt in and what they shouldn't?
I'll tell what I support and that's any woman that has a child to get off her bum, go to work and feed and raise the child. It's a very simple premise and has worked well for past generations. I also support women taking personal responsibility of respecting their bodies and not having sex with every man with a pair of pants on. And while I'm at it, "baby daddy" ought to carry the burden of helping pay for these children so carelessly conceived.
I'm pro choice, the choice to be responsible enough to prevent pregnancy to begin with. Now isn't that a novel idea, birth control, free at that--who would have thunk???
And you skirted the issue. Are you willing to pay higher taxes to expand welfare programs to support the children in need of life's necessities where the parents do not or can not provide? Simple question. Just answer it.

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Nov 17, 2013
 
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And you skirted the issue. Are you willing to pay higher taxes to expand welfare programs to support the children in need of life's necessities where the parents do not or can not provide? Simple question. Just answer it.
Yes Arnold I am. I also support making parents that will not take care of their children have their funding cut after one year of no work and removing their children. I also support paying higher taxes to help parents that might have fallen on hard times and that are struggling and need partial assistance for one year.

If they can't pull themselves together in a year, cut off their funding and see if that won't light a fire under their butts if they really love the children they have brought into this world.

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#44516
Nov 17, 2013
 
Not all democrats support abortion. I know many republicans have had abortions. I do not support abortion and am registered unaffiliated. So which is worse, supporting abortion or making big money incinerating their pitiful bodies as "medical waste" ?
What is the rationale of a party which supposedly opposes abortion but supports Mitt Romney (owner of the "medical waste incinerator" ) as their presidential candidate?
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Demonazis love to slaughter those babies.Yeah, nothing frees a woman up from a male oriented society, like ripping those babies out a piece at a time, it reeks of "freedom".........

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Nov 17, 2013
 
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Not all democrats support abortion. I know many republicans have had abortions. I do not support abortion and am registered unaffiliated. So which is worse, supporting abortion or making big money incinerating their pitiful bodies as "medical waste" ?
What is the rationale of a party which supposedly opposes abortion but supports Mitt Romney (owner of the "medical waste incinerator" ) as their presidential candidate?
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TSF, I have an answer to the problem. Since you don't support abortion and you find it appalling that their little bodies are considered "medical waste" which I agree, I think we ought to give their little dead bodies to the abortion clinics and hospitals and put them on display to witness the horror.

Aborted babies, amputated body parts, tumors etc have to disposed of. I don't know if you think it would be better for the Democrat party who supports pro-choice to own the medical waste facilities or Republicans who have had abortions. What is your answer to the problem of disposal.
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#44518
Nov 17, 2013
 
The success of Obamacare is questionable because too much attention was spent on selling it instead of implementing and administering it. That is the result of understandable paranoia on the part of the president who surrounded himself with cronies and yes men instead of competent individuals and people who would present the truth. Unless he can fix it, it will be an administrative failure, much to the delight of republikans and to the detriment of our country.
All republikans had to do was set back and watch it happen. Instead, they further damaged the country, and themselves, with an expensive and embarrassing shut down. Critics without alternatives are not leaders.
I would be delighted if some actual leaders were to emerge from either party or even from the woodwork. Actually, though, I am becoming less optimistic.
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Now that Obamacare is officially a horrific disaster, I see the DEMODOPES have found other issues to worry their pretty little brainless heads about.
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Nov 17, 2013
 
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Yes Arnold I am. I also support making parents that will not take care of their children have their funding cut after one year of no work and removing their children. I also support paying higher taxes to help parents that might have fallen on hard times and that are struggling and need partial assistance for one year.
If they can't pull themselves together in a year, cut off their funding and see if that won't light a fire under their butts if they really love the children they have brought into this world.
I am glad to hear that. You are one of the few. Removing their children to where?
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#44520
Nov 17, 2013
 
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Allen, later on this evening if you have time please send me a message or sign on so I can give you some information that might be helpful.:) This has nothing to do about Topix or recipes.
You got to be joking right? I signed on to Topix for the last time when private emails between me and Waco were shared with you. The only reason I signed in then was to prove to Waco that I was truly the real Allen and not some fake poster. He broke my trust and so did you. If this information has nothing to do with Topix or recipes then I don't need it. Whatever you feel the need to say to me, say it here and to us all. I refuse to play your game:)
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#44521
Nov 17, 2013
 
I do not see an immediate or simple solution. I would start implementing a plan to eliminate the necessity of disposal by eliminating the demand for abortions. That could be achieved( slowly at first) by making,(gasp), birth control easily available, by having (gasp) sex education in schools that teach methods of birth control, and by establishing women's health clinics which would also help with education , birth control, STD prevention and other health issues. I would search for ways to incentivize the avoidance of unwanted pregnancy.
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TSF, I have an answer to the problem. Since you don't support abortion and you find it appalling that their little bodies are considered "medical waste" which I agree, I think we ought to give their little dead bodies to the abortion clinics and hospitals and put them on display to witness the horror.
Aborted babies, amputated body parts, tumors etc have to disposed of. I don't know if you think it would be better for the Democrat party who supports pro-choice to own the medical waste facilities or Republicans who have had abortions. What is your answer to the problem of disposal.
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#44522
Nov 17, 2013
 
Incineration of pathological body parts is a viable solution only if proper technology is used such as having stack scrubbers and electrostatic precipitators process the incinerator exhaust gasses. Even then, strict supervision of the process and strict regulation of the industry is needed to prevent dangerous short cuts. Yes, proper technology costs more money. Its worth it.

My point was the apparent hypocrisy or republicans pretending to oppose abortion and then supporting owners of industries making money off abortion. Kind of like old Rush railing against drugs and then having to enter oxycodone detox therapy. Kind of like Larry Craig railing for years against homosexuals and then get arrested foot tapping for homosexual sex himself.
Kind of like old Strom 's racial rants when he secretely had fathered a half black daughter. You get the picture.
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#44523
Nov 17, 2013
 
I have seen horrific examples of the aborted fetus and body parts.
It is a sight that will not soon, if ever, leave your memory. But putting them on display would be a double edged sword . Some people would be horrified, repulsed and sickened to the extent that they would never consider participating in something so horrible. Generally though, I think people would soon become desensitized and the display would only serve to further cheapen regard for human life.
Makin bacon wrote:
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TSF, I have an answer to the problem. Since you don't support abortion and you find it appalling that their little bodies are considered "medical waste" which I agree, I think we ought to give their little dead bodies to the abortion clinics and hospitals and put them on display to witness the horror.
Aborted babies, amputated body parts, tumors etc have to disposed of. I don't know if you think it would be better for the Democrat party who supports pro-choice to own the medical waste facilities or Republicans who have had abortions. What is your answer to the problem of disposal.
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#44524
Nov 17, 2013
 
Makin bacon wrote:
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Arnold, just like Allen said, "I live in the here and now" and there's not a darn thing you or I can do about something that MAY or MAY NOT happen such as extreme climate change. I figure if the sea is only rising 2mm a year and the temperature has only risen 1.5 degrees in the last 100 years, which can be man made or just a cycle the Earth naturally goes through, what can you and I do? Please tell me you have something more to worry about than the Al Gorey boogey man stories?
Spend the night worrying about Obamacare. It's far more relevant and it's sooooooooooo much fun watching you guys squirm. Instead of a wet suit and fire suit, I'd invest in a lifeboat. Obamacare is sinking like the Titanic and you guys seem intent on riding her until she hits the bottom.
I realize that you resist the notion of climate change or global warming but let's take a look at Typhoon Haiyan that struck the Philippines. This storm made Sandy and Katrina look like summer a breeze. Being that you live on an island in the Carribean maybe you should think about investing in a lifeboat or a wet suit. Haiyan is a warning for things that are to come. Who knows, your very own island may one day cease to exist, sink to the bottom of the Atlantic like the Titanic. Will you and your crawling, filthy rich be prepared or will you just ride her bottom.

My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to the people of the Philippines. These people are in desperate need. The US has packed up food, water, clothing, and medical supplies for these people and that is great. But why is there much resistance when the millions of needy in this country cry out for help, whether it be from natural disater or an economic one? Makes no sence to me.
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#44525
Nov 17, 2013
 
waco1909 wrote:
Demonazis love to slaughter those babies.Yeah, nothing frees a woman up from a male oriented society, like ripping those babies out a piece at a time, it reeks of "freedom".........
Nothing reeks freedom more than a man having unprotected sex. If you can't afford to bridle your horse, then keep the damn thing in the barn.
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Nov 17, 2013
 
Allen wrote:
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Nothing reeks freedom more than a man having unprotected sex. If you can't afford to bridle your horse, then keep the damn thing in the barn.
Don't waste your time. It's a totally new concept to him.

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#44527
Nov 17, 2013
 
About a year ago someone saying they were"Allen" signed in long enough to e-mail me.It was not"Allen"the sentence structure did not match and the spelling was atrocious.Allen occasionally misspells, but not like the person who tried to contact me.The content was bizarre , I blocked further e mail activity from this person. Sometimes I wonder if Topix is actually safe, but there are crazies everywhere, One of the Topix nuts threatened to kill me 18 months ago, then just disappeared.

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Nov 17, 2013
 
State of Florida wrote:
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Don't waste your time. It's a totally new concept to him.
Why, do you think I don't get the concept of male contraception?

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#44529
Nov 17, 2013
 
Richard Overton is the oldest survivor of WWII. He looks like a sixty five year old black man, active and fit,a smart man with a ready smile.He is 107. One hundred and seven.Smokes a cigar every day.They asked him what his doctor said about smoking that cigar.He said his doctor was dead.......
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#44530
Nov 17, 2013
 
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Why, do you think I don't get the concept of male contraception?
What I don't get is the Republican resistance to have sex education taught in schools when continued ignorance of contraceptions is a real problem with unwanted pregnancies. Can you explain?

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Nov 17, 2013
 
State of Florida wrote:
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What I don't get is the Republican resistance to have sex education taught in schools when continued ignorance of contraceptions is a real problem with unwanted pregnancies. Can you explain?
Do you have any numbers on the percentage of republicans who oppose sex education in schools? I am against that because to me that's the job of responsible parents.Should parents abdicate their obligation to inform their kids about birth control? Should sex ed classes be voluntary, or compulsory? I believe voluntary.That way, if some parents feel differently than me, they can opt for the school educating their kids about sex and contraception.Do you think that is fair?

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