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There is a difference between deserving to be heard and being free to speak. The only "podium" this twit deserves would be a street corner, preferably sandwiched between two pieces of cardboard with "The end is nigh!" scribbled on them. There is no reason he should be given any more voice than that.
Rivera is NOT a "good man," nor is he a "fine AMERICAN." He's a philandering (fathered five children with four different women), race-pandering (supports the illegal invasion), attention-grabbing, left-leaning "journalist" who deserves to be kicked into the nearest curb and washed into the sewers, with all the other worthless, forgotten trash.
Flaming idiotic troll, you can't be both a faithful Catholic and support abortion. Clearly, you put your personal beliefs ahead of church teachings, so I'd say you are just another CINO (catholic in name only). Unlike you, we have a foundational belief that humans are people from the first moments of their existence, fully in possession of souls and rights. The earliest recognizable point of existence is conception. This applies across the board, both to ourselves and to everyone else. Stop projecting your pathetic shifting "standards" onto the rest of us. If forcing people to face the consequences of their chosen actions is "slavery," then you might have some point. Intelligent people refer to such a thing as personal responsibility, or justice. The true comparison between slavery and abortion lies in the fact that you pro-abortion vermin conveniently discard the inherent equality of humans, and place a greater value on the non-existent "right" of the mother to murder the consequences of her behavior. That was how slavery worked - making one group of people "less human" than the other. It comes as no surprise that you lefties are still perpetrating such horrors on our community. Once again, you cannot equate abortion and miscarriage, for the same reason you cannot equate murder and death by old age - INTENT. Miscarriage, like death by old age, is a natural occurrence and unpreventable. And no, we aren't interested in your moronic vision of "compromise" based on some arbitrary period of time. You whine about "convenience," all while conveniently ignoring the fact that if people used the myriad forms of cheap, widely-available contraceptives, or even better, abstained from having sex, abortion wouldn't even exist!
You aren't "pro-choice," flaming troll, you are pro-abortion. Your reasoning is devoid of logic and "common sense," because it ignores any and all evidence which proves it to be wrong. This is why you continually and stupidly conflate abortion with miscarriage, even though every time you bring it up, it gets debunked and you run and hide under your favorite rock.
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Anominus Wrote: Aug 28, 2014 12:31 PM
"Republicans are indifferent to the abuse law-abiding blacks receive from the police. "The lazy thugs deserve it"." Nonsense. We simply prefer to wait until the facts come out and hold people accountable when they actually deserve it. When police abuse their authority, they deserve severe punishment. When drug-abusing thugs rob stores, assault clerks, proudly walk down the middle of the street, ignore orders from law enforcement and decide to pick fights with police, you know they are bringing "trouble" down on their own heads and it is absolutely deserved. Those are the facts here.
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Anominus Wrote: Aug 28, 2014 12:03 PM
"Your disdain is noted." Good, disdain was intended. You aren't totally dense, at least. "Republicans with your bigoted attitude is why republicans get so few minority votes." (Wise) Republicans generally refuse to play the special interest group game. People who believe they are entitled to certain treatment BECAUSE of their skin color aren't interested in what Republicans offer (self-sustainability, personal responsibility and freedom). THAT is the reason they flock to the Democrats, who specialize in race-baiting, pity pleas and "free" handouts. "There are millions of blacks who do not fit the stereotype you paint with." Of course there are, but they are the tiny minority which lets the thuggish majority do the talking for them. I feel for them, I really do, but if they hope to repair the miserable condition of their "culture," it's going to take decades. In the meantime, I have great respect for the respectable individuals, but nothing less than contempt for a culture which celebrates the life of a violent, criminal thug solely because of his skin color and attempts to turn him into some sort of "martyr."
Because women, particularly those who vote democrat, are more interested in being taken care of (by government) than in taking care of themselves. It's a foundational part of the feminist push to "get rid of men," and is perpetuated in public schools and popular culture.
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Anominus Wrote: Aug 27, 2014 5:43 PM
Their protests are met with derision, not because of the riots, but because they are defending a violent, thuggish criminal as though he were an innocent child, solely because he was of their same skin color. I wish your friend could spend one day as a while male, listening to his "brothers" cry and whine for "free handouts" or "reparations," or be called a racist, just because he happens to be white, or be passed over for promotion by an unqualified black, because his company had to meet its racial quota.
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Anominus Wrote: Aug 27, 2014 5:35 PM
"loiso2014" Product and supporter of a nanny state alert!!
Marxists never learn. If they did, there would be no Marxists. Instead, they will simply increase taxes within the country and find some way to fine businesses for sending money out of the country - maybe a tariff, or some such nonsense.
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