Aug 15, 2008
While I will not be voting for him, I do encourage everyone who is eligible, get registered and vote. Even if it means people vote for someone I do not agree with, I encourage everyone to vote. (Monday Jun 6 | post #85)
Not a lawyer, sorry. I'm a teacher. I needed one after a drunk driver hit me at a stop light, and the insurance company he had wanted to deny responsibility. At some point, we all need some legal help. (May 18, 2016 | post #11)
You're the one saying something that is legal is murder, thus proving your ignorance of the law, not me. (May 18, 2016 | post #16)
Until you need a lawyer. (May 18, 2016 | post #7)
I notice you failed to answer the question. (May 18, 2016 | post #14)
You really do need to stop calling abortion "murder. " Murder is a legal concept, and since abortion IS LEGAL, it cannot be considered murder. Is it killing? Yes, but nobody is denying that. But is the state executing a convicted killer also murder? That is such a basic and simple concept that it blows my mind that you cannot grasp it. But, let's assume it is for a moment. Who would you sentence to death for it? The mother (and since the father contributed, he can be given the same sentence as the mother), or the doctor? Or, if the death penalty is too much for you, which would you put in prison for life with no possibility for parole? (May 18, 2016 | post #9)
I live for the day that people realize that religion is the ultimate cop-out. It flies directly in the face of what these fascist conservatives are preaching about "personal responsibility. " Think about it, when a christian does well at something, they thank their "god." Why? It means that they are releasing themselves of all responsibility, and letting some mythical boogieman take the credit. You did well, have a little pride in a job well done. When a christian fails at something, though, they say it was "'god's' will." Bull, you just weren't good enough. Once again, passing all responsibility for your failure onto your mythology. Grow a pair and push yourself to get better so you won't fail next time. Oh wait, that's evolution, and they just can't do that. I forgot. Like I said, I live for that day. But, as I'm rapidly losing "faith" in my own species, I'm not holding my breath. I respect other's choice to believe in whatever they want to believe in; but that respect will ONLY last as long as they respect my choice not to. (May 14, 2016 | post #482)
Apparently you didn't know that snakes are extremely beneficial to humans, especially here in NM. It's simple. Reptiles cannot be infected with rabies, hantavirus, bubonic plague, etc. When they eat an infected animal, that instance of the disease is gone. Want to increase the diseases in your area? Kill the snakes and enjoy the diseases. (May 5, 2016 | post #67)
Something to consider; the city has employees who are responsible (as in, it is their actual job) for cleaning up the parks. Lately, regardless of which park I go to, as well as which day I go on, virtually every trash can has been full, many to the point of overflowing. Now, I do not live in the neighborhood in question, nor do I have any dog in this fight. Just an observation that their may be a glimmer to what the residents are saying. (May 3, 2016 | post #18)
Still the drama queen, I see. How have you been, Joseph? (Aug 1, 2015 | post #55)
Yes, because more Americans can now exercise the same rights others have. So not about everyone. Oh, and the caps lock, classy. Shouting really gets the message across better. (Jun 27, 2015 | post #4)
Nah, the local locusts must not have gotten the memo yet. You know it takes forever for news to get here to NM. (Jun 27, 2015 | post #1060)
You do understand that the rainbow is a symbol of inclusion, don't you? It doesn't just mean the LGBT community, it means everyone. (Jun 27, 2015 | post #2)
Well, it's been a day since the SCOTUS confirmed that same sex marriage is a Constitutional right in the US, and we're still here. Something tells me that we will be just fine, contrary to the talibangelist claims. (Jun 27, 2015 | post #1058)
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