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Albuquerque, NM

Drinking Age - Albuquerque, NM

then i guess we agree  (Oct 17, 2012 | post #42)

Clovis, NM

Immigration - Clovis, NM

I guess by the lack of intellectual respose.........i win the debate whoo hooo, i guess i'll have a beer in the honor of your defeat.  (Oct 12, 2012 | post #31)

Albuquerque, NM

Gun Laws - Albuquerque, NM

the thing is mental cases as you call them will get access to guns no matter the laws, where as the law abiding citizen gets screwed with the trouble of making more requirements for the guns, in the end.....law abiding citizan gets 1 gun in the same amount of time the mental cases illegaly get 10.  (Oct 12, 2012 | post #380)

Albuquerque, NM

Drinking Age - Albuquerque, NM

Ok, the thing that i have a problem with is the fact that we should have one age considered adult... we should not say you're an adult at 18 but only a little adult, you'll get your full adulthood at 21. this is just stupid to me, we should let 18 year olds be full adults or move the adulthood age to 21, why have both ages in place? I think if you're considered an adult then let them be adults whatever age the law says. If, like you said, we don't consider them mature enough to handle alcohol then move the adult age up to 21 and stop considering these immature 18 year olds adults, i just don't like the double standard.  (Oct 12, 2012 | post #40)

Albuquerque, NM

Gun Laws - Albuquerque, NM

Can anyone out there give a good legit reason why we should change the gun laws in this country. I don't want to hear your personal beliefs either, i want a real reason.  (Oct 11, 2012 | post #372)

Albuquerque, NM

Drinking Age - Albuquerque, NM

my point is, your complaints are not relevant to the drinking age question. these kids are drinking alcohol illegaly right? that means that no matter what you say or tell them they are going to do it anyway, and you can't compare them to serial killers it's two completely differrent things. You're right if those kids where mature they wouldn't be doing what they're doing yet they do it anyway, what i'm simply saying is stop wasting time giving 18 year olds MPI's and concentrate on catching the serial killers. 18 year olds are considered adults with everything else even killing in the military so why not give them a drink, the federal government thinks its ok, they let soldiers buy and drink alcohol in the military bases. what i'm trying to get at is that not all 18 year olds are immature, and you can't blame them for the faults of others, it's as if i blamed you for all the serial killings in the US, it just makes no sence.  (Oct 11, 2012 | post #38)

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Is homosexuality a sin?

HAHA quick comment, if your christian beliefs are so strong then why is gay marriage such an inconvinience, quick joke if you let gays get married it's not like god is going to let them in to heaven anyway according to your bible right so let them do what they want.  (Oct 11, 2012 | post #74916)

Albuquerque, NM

Drinking Age - Albuquerque, NM

if we change the law the cops at the colleges wouldn't have to be called out for alcohol will they, it makes life simpler.  (Oct 11, 2012 | post #33)

Albuquerque, NM

Drinking Age - Albuquerque, NM

first of all the serial killer remark.....yes they do do what they want thus why they're serial killers, jeez how smart are you? secondly i would never consent underage drinking, that being said it happens and it's going to keep happening so again why waste time on it.  (Oct 11, 2012 | post #32)

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Is homosexuality a sin?

what about a female born with two testicles instead of ovaries, he would technicaly be a male but feels like a female thinks he is a female and would know no different until discovery, that doesn't make them gay that makes them an oops with nature. secondly taking anantomy lessons from EMS historically not the best, EMS personnel always think they know more than they atually do.  (Oct 11, 2012 | post #74914)

Clovis, NM

Immigration - Clovis, NM

first of all you have yet to make a point on something, it seems you're more fixed on your emotions than i'll ever be. One thing though, i never said mexico had a lot of great things to offer the US not once did i say that, check my comments if you want,you won't find anything, but since you brought it up, i guess the commercial trade is no good for you right, you don't like fruits and vegtables, what about oil? mexico has contracts with the US to sell oil to them. Finally if a white male applies to a labor job i guarantee they will get, the problem is white males don't apply for labor jobs, we as americans think we're to good for cheap labor, we want everything handed to us, we want an easy job that pays good, we don't want hard labor jobs that pay shit. It's culture to not even go and apply for a hard job so do not sit there on your computer and talk out of your ass like most people, in fact i have an idea for you take a week off work and go apply for a labor job and you'll see that i'm right, or don't do it and keep soaking in your sad excistance, with the hatred that was fed to you by the media since you i imagine have never actually suffered a loss of a job to an illegal immigrant, or have you? haha i guess if you did that might be where the hatred towards immirants started, which in case proves my point that you're not very smart. Well just so you know there has been more asian illegals that have come into the US in the last few years but thats ok with you right as along as its not mexicans, you racist prick.  (Oct 11, 2012 | post #27)

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Is homosexuality a sin?

I have one quick question for everyone, this recently came to my attention, what is a hemaphrodite considered? ( a hermaphrodite is a person born with both male and female genitilia and grow breasts in teenage years) would a person like that be considered gay no matter who they like? are they doomed to never be able to get married? why is it their fault, they shouldn't be to blame right? answer those questions.  (Oct 10, 2012 | post #74892)

Albuquerque, NM

Drinking Age - Albuquerque, NM

Thats not a good enough reason to not move the drinking age, most of those college parties have 18 - 20 years olds that are going to drink regardless of the age limit, in high school at the age of 15 kids start drinking, we can't control who is going to drink and who is not, people do what they want so why waste time on young adults when we could be spending time on other issues.  (Oct 10, 2012 | post #26)

Albuquerque, NM

Drinking Age - Albuquerque, NM

There is no reason why the drinking age should not be moved to 18, at least I haven't heard or read one yet so if someone can make a legit claim as to why the age should not be moved lt me know.  (Oct 10, 2012 | post #23)

Albuquerque, NM

Gay Marriage - Albuquerque, NM

I don't understand what the big deal with gay marriage is anyway, why should we have a say in who marries who? Everyone who is opposed to it usually has some kind of religious base for their argument which to be honest a religious view has no say in the courtroom at all, this country was founded with freedom of religion so to take christian views and apply them to a law is crazy, what if we did that to every other religion? where would we be? would we we praying to mecca at least 5 times a day or get arrested? Again your religious views on a matter such as marriage should have no say, so when you can actually debate without involving your religion you really have no argument.  (Oct 10, 2012 | post #581)