So much for the old civics rules
Iowa has been giving the country an odd civics lesson, one that seems to defy the rules you learned in school about honoring the respective roles of branches of government, and keeping religion and politics out of the judicial process.
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“A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES”
Since: Aug 08
MUST BEGIN WITH A SINGLE STEP!
#1 Dec 18, 2010
Funny how the GLBTQI Community is suppose to have ALL OF THIS POLITICAL POWER......and yet, year after year........we must still fight to keep what was given.
If Iowa wants another Prop 8 type fight.......then these idiots called "POLITICIANS" will go ahead with this ummmm direction........BUT it will not turn out good for them.
Since: May 08
#2 Dec 18, 2010
Honda cars. and they do not want imports.
With the vote today no Iowans will be allowed into the service. they only have three open minded people in the state and they are the judges.
The rest cannot pass induction tests.
Define Iowan, someone who says they live elsewhere.
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