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UIDIOTRACEMAKEWORLD wrote:
<quoted text>Sound like Republican NEoCons bathroom frisking youngsters!
DemocRats are no better either! q! wow must 6969 to enter number to get this post posted!
Sometimes my characters are incorrect.

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Chris Clearwater wrote:
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Yep. Like Juan Williams found out the sec. Npr let him go, tolerance means little if you don't agree with us. Worked out good for him as I'm sure it will for Deen. Its funny to watch this stuff and you can't make it up. All of a sudden I feel like going to Chick-fil-a.
Take me with you, Chris. I haven't been to a Chic-Fil-A in AGES :)

Good post, too.
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Catcher1 wrote:
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Sometimes my characters are incorrect.
How so?
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Pernrider wrote:
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I choose joy and love. I am not afraid for me. I am bothered because I know what the world has been and I have an inclination of what it is to become. People value their own convenience more than the life of another. So much so that murder becomes right and standing up for the unborn becomes wrong. Maybe it is that the internet brings things far away into a range that seems all to near. That at one point it seemed impossible to think that a British soldier could have his head cut off in the middle of a London street in full view of a crowd. Watching another crowd behead three men in Syria while young children look on and cheer while their fathers film it with a cell phone. Realizing that so many in this world are living lives that would make most of us cower in fear. And yet most of us are just worried about what we'll watch on tv tonight. The house is on fire and everybody is roasting marshmallows.
Rome is on Fire , do you believe, that you supporting you American right wing US agendas had ruined many at American home and many nations worldwide with you war machines! MaN YOU SUCH A HYPRCrITical war mongering ignorant supporting the American' war-for=profiteers /arms-weapon manufacturers ...are lover of world wars who are anti-Americans, anti-world masses, anti-peace worldwide ... evil you are with your war machines. BWHHAHAHAAAaa

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UIDIOTRACEMAKEWORLDPEACE wrote:
<quoted text> How so?
I don't punch in the right numbers.

Worse could happen, I guess.

I could be a waffle-ass Republican right-winger, like the Bush Is a Hero crowd here.
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Pernrider wrote:
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Not if the Supreme Court decided that you did not fall into the proper category. That would change the law. That is what they did with Roe v Wade.
You supporting (whether un knowing or knowing ) right wing agendas -that is Corporatism had taken over Supreme Court Of justice had become Supreme court of (IN)JUSTICE . Example Knowing anything about pertainING TO US POLITICAL PROCESS . i would say you are ignorant ignorumus mISSY Pornrider! BAHAHHQHHHAAAA Enjoy your political process while it lasts for the sheeeople like you! BWHAHAHAHAHAAA
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Catcher1 wrote:
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I don't punch in the right numbers.
Worse could happen, I guess.
I could be a waffle-ass Republican right-winger, like the Bush Is a Hero crowd here.
YEA RePubilican gonna Astray of its Conservative principals and values and so has Democrats that had gone to right also!

have you or any you come across the notorious 0666 or 6660 ?
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Roberta G wrote:
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Take me with you, Chris. I haven't been to a Chic-Fil-A in AGES :)
Good post, too.
You mean Chock full o- nuts! BWHAHHAHAAA

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Jul 1, 2013
 
Freebird USA wrote:
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I live in the south but was born and raised in NYC. I frequently read op-ed pieces from northern transplants talking about their apprehensions about moving south.Usually when some racial issue is in the news. They take the opportunity to pounce and praise the progressive utopia the left and take cheap shots at native southerners.Makes me wonder what made them leave in the first place.Bottom line is they are FOS. I lived there for 50 years and I say without reservation racism was rampant in NY, in both directions. At least in the south common courtesy is the norm unlike the abundance of rude self absorbed idiots inhabiting NY.BTW Emperor Bloomberg now wants to ban sparklers from July 4 celebrations.What a utopia.
TERRIFIC post, Freebird, and I agree with most of it. But I have to say, sadly, in recent years I have noticed an increasing lack of the common courtesy the South used to be known for. Not for racial reasons, just part of the increasing lack of ordinary decent behavior nationwide :(

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Jul 1, 2013
 
Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Anyone who thinks supporting the pillory of Paula Deen means they're not a racist, indicates that they're an idiot as well. The trashing of a woman's career, over the fact that she told the truth in a deposition, about a private conversation held thirty years ago, simply affords the trashers the ability to rationalize the fact that the real problems of racism in this country still persist, in spite of her public witch burning...

It's not like they've found the last racist in America, in Paula Deen....but they sure would like to think so.
Excellent post, Kat :)
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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>We don't live in a "Muslim Country" anymore than we live in a "Christian" one.
Frankly, if we routinely cut the hands off of thieves, there would quite possibly be far fewer thieves.
Does the mutilation of male genitalia through circumcision horrify you too?
Your ersatz horror of Muslim-based Sharia law, in light of the fact that so many Christians in this country would have their OWN religious laws imposed on the rest of us, makes me want to play the smallest violin in the world for ya. I don't see a helluva lot of difference between the intent of Sharia, and the onslaught of anti-choice legislation promulgated by so-called Christians.
"So you're screaming bloody murder about the Taliban regime
Subjugating women....and being too extreme...
And basing legislation on some ancient holy Book...
Does that sound a bit familiar? Here's a mirror - have a look."
And what is your stance on the process of in-vitro fertilization, which DELIBERATELY creates human embryos, only to DELIBERATELY destroy the ones which aren't implanted in a woman? I'd call that premeditated, and if abortion is murder, so is IVF.
My guess is that you give THAT procedure a pass, because its intent is to further the goal of pregnancy, rather than thwart it - but those 'babies' are just as human as the ones in walking-around women.
Evidently, petri dishes just aren't as much fun to control as wombs.
Pornrider clueless as NeocON's/American Christian coalition and Us military Industrial complex had taken over the US !

And ex-president/general Eisenhower warned all us Americans about the ever dangers of growth of US military industrial Complex and its impliATIONS AND OTHERS WARNS us all about clashes of Fundamentalism and its interralatins.

President Dwight Eisenhower's farewell speech, January 17, 1961,
(Clash of Fundamentalisms, p292)

"This conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience. The total influence - economic, political, even spiritual - is felt in every city, every Statehouse, every office of the Federal government. We recognize the imperative need for this development. Yet we must not fail to comprehend its grave implications. Our toil, resources and livelihood are all involved; so is the very structure of our society.

In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.

We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.

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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>I assume you don't eat? Or bathe? Whole colonies of 'life' are executed every time you step into the shower with a bar of soap. Murderer.
Do you always misunderstand statements when it suits your purposes?
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May I also assume you consider your prostate, and what you choose to do with it, to be the purview of Congress?
I am on Medicare, I suppose one could look at it that way.
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Please. "Thou shalt not kill" is only important to you as it suits your purposes.
Not really. I believe it... for humans, but not all humans are human. I would have no problem pulling the switch on some of the "animals" Texas has been forced to execute recently.

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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
<quoted text>Pern, I do indeed believe I have the moral authority to decide for myself who or what may use my body for its survival.
I also have the authority to make my own medical decisions, even when I am pregnant.
As far as my abortion having been done for 'convenience' yeah - I found it much more convenient to live than to die. So did my subsequently born kids. Don't expect me to feel guilt, shame, or remorse about that, regardless of how you choose to spin my choice.
Thanks.
You're too old to get pregnant. The womb war is over for you. Stop acting like this is affecting your reproductive rights. The baby box has dried up. Your next choices are only going to be about which long term care facility you'll inhabit.
No one said YOUR abortion was for convenience. Everyone agrees that you had no choice but to make the decision you made. Get over yourself. I don't expect you to feel guilt and shame for your abortion.

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Roberta G wrote:
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Excellent post, Kat :)
Thank you, Roberta.

:)

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As Independence Day approaches, and we prepare to celebrate our country's founding, I'd like to offer a few thoughts about our beloved America. The following is an excerpt from an essay by Dan Pierce, whose prose is better than mine: "...I used to weep almost any time I held my hand over my own heart and sang those certain lines of the national anthem:“And the rockets’ red glare. The bombs bursting in air. Gave proof through the night. That our flag was still there.” When I heard that song, I would think back to all of the wars that made this country possible. I would think of the leaders and the lives given. I would think of the resolve this country had to become a country at all. To simply have the rights that its founding fathers felt that all of its citizens deserved. I would think of that tattered flag, about which the national anthem was written, and I would think about the symbol it was to those who were ready to give in and give up. And as I would stand there enjoying my very free and beautiful life, I couldn’t help but always give incredible thanks to our ancestors and what they did for us. Even now, I still get emotional sometimes. Soldiers make me emotional. Fathers and mothers leaving their children for often years at a time. Putting themselves in the paths of bullets and bombs. Risking their lives so that I can live mine how I want to live it. Risking their existences so that we all can live our lives how we want to live them. Yes, soldiers still get me emotional. There is so much beauty in such open commitment to one’s country and one’s people. But the soldiers and the sailors and the members of all our armed forces are only a tiny, tiny percentage of the people in this country. The rest of this country is made up by us. The everyday people. And somewhere along the way, many of us stopped having any type of commitment at all to the country and to the people that are here with us. Our country is just as divided today as it was when the North fought the South in that bloody and seemingly never-ending Civil War. People on all sides of the political fence fight with each other even today, they become angry with each other, and they work to destroy each other and any purpose with which they disagree. Elections are won now, not on who we think will make great leaders and who will change our country for the better, but by who we think will give us the most money in our pockets at the end of the day. Yes, elections are all about the individual. We are a country that was founded as a great melting pot. We are a natural middle ground for people from every continent to come and co-exist with one another. It’s what made this country so incredible to begin with. Now, we pick and choose who we want co-mingling. We feel superior to some and okay with others. We do everything we can to believe that we are some superior race, even though every single one of us are here because somewhere along the line, one of our ancestors came here from another country. Somewhere along the line, someone in our lineage believed that America was a better place to live. And they fought, and scrimped, and saved, and they came to America for a better life. But now, apparently we’re full, and we’re not a melting pot that needs any more ingredients. We’re Americans, damn it, and this is our country. I wonder what our ancestors would feel about that. But is that a cause or is that an effect? We are, after all, living in a country in which the system itself takes from the poor and gives to the rich, and it takes from the rich and gives to the poor. We live in a system where the poorest unite in their numbers to elect those who will make being poor an easier thing to be, and we also live in a system where the richest unite in their much smaller numbers to sway politicians in much bigger ways. Stuck in the middle is the middle class, and they have no real choice but to watch the blood bath and hope it all works out.(to be continued)

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Oh, woe. Hopefully, that double post will be cleared away soon.

My apologies.

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Jul 1, 2013
 
miner49er wrote:
"I would think at the moment of trauma a rape kit is something that adds insult to injury."
Great comment, rapists everywhere thank you for your support.
"Don't worry, Texas women will be just fine, and safer. "
Translation: "Don't you women worry yore purty lil' hrads, us big strong menfolk will tell you want's best for you."
"She is guilty as an accessory to murder. No matter how you or this world judges her she will stand before her Maker one day and there will be no excuses."
Your "Maker" has NO PLACE in our Laws and we, the American Peole will kindly ask you to keep your religion out of our government.
Thank You
Texas has determined that they want morals and safety in their laws, and we elected those represtatives that will carry out our wishes. You have no place meddling in the affairs of Texas. If you want to create your own Sodom and Gomorrah, go fo it, but don't count on Texas following your lead.

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Jul 1, 2013
 
Roberta G wrote:
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PLEASE tell me this isn't for real :P
It is for real but the NFL refused to do it.
http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighb...

It gets better:
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/...

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Roberta G wrote:
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Take me with you, Chris. I haven't been to a Chic-Fil-A in AGES :)
Good post, too.
Me too. Spicy chicken Sandwich! I'm in!!!
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Sister Kathryn Lust wrote:
As Independence Day approaches, and we prepare to celebrate our country's founding, I'd like to offer a few thoughts about our beloved America. The following is an excerpt from an essay by Dan Pierce, whose prose is better than mine: "...I used to weep almost any time I held my hand over my own heart and sang those certain lines of the national anthem:“And the rockets’ red glare. The bombs bursting in air. Gave proof through the night. That our flag was still there.” When I heard that song, I would think back to all of the wars that made this country possible. I would think of the leaders and the lives given. I would think of the resolve this country had to become a country at all. To simply have the rights that its founding fathers felt that all of its citizens deserved. I would think of that tattered flag, about which the national anthem was written, and I would think about the symbol it was to those who were ready to give in and give up. And as I would stand there enjoying my very free and beautiful life, I couldn’t help but always give incredible thanks to our ancestors and what they did for us. Even now, I still get emotional sometimes. Soldiers make me emotional. Fathers and mothers leaving their children for often years at a time. Putting themselves in the paths of bullets and bombs. Risking their lives so that I can live mine how I want to live it. Risking their existences so that we all can live our lives how we want to live them. Yes, soldiers still get me emotional. There is so much beauty in such open commitment to one’s country and one’s people. But the soldiers and the sailors and the members of all our armed forces are only a tiny, tiny percentage of the people in this country. The rest of this country is made up by us. The everyday people. And somewhere along the way, many of us stopped having any type of commitment at all to the country and to the people that are here with us. Our country is just as divided today as it was when the North fought the South in that bloody and seemingly never-ending Civil War. People on all sides of the political fence fight with each other even today, they become angry with each other, and they work to destroy each other and any purpose with which they disagree. Elections are won now, not on who we think will make great leaders and who will change our country for the better, but by who we think will give us the most money in our pockets at the end of the day. Yes, elections are all about the individual. We are a country that was founded as a great melting pot. We are a natural middle ground for people from every continent to come and co-exist with one another. It’s what made this country so incredible to begin with. Now, we pick and choose who we want co-mingling. We feel superior to some and okay with others. We do everything we can to believe that we are some superior race, even though every single one of us are here because somewhere along the line, one of our ancestors came here from another country. Somewhere along the line, someone in our lineage believed that America was a better place to live. And they fought, and scrimped, and saved, and they came to America for a better life. But now, apparently we’re full, and we’re not a melting pot that needs any more ingredients. We’re Americans, damn it, and this is our country. I wonder what our ancestors would feel about that. But is that a cause or is that an effect? We are, after all, living in a country in which the system itself takes from the poor and gives to the rich, poor. We live i
cUT TO FIT! We celebrate a inanimate object a Flag An IDEALOGY - cORPORATISM , GREED AND pOWER how is THIS good?, as those corrupted in power/gobberment Gestapos/ AMerican War-for-profiteers/Arms-weapon manufactures.... don't give damn about human ' sanctity of life, nor care about human rights , nor care about world peace/stability nor care about US constitution ...

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