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Republican Surrenderists for Obamacare

aTheist Wrote: Jun 13, 2012 4:50 PM
Idiot. Pre-existing conditions are now covered by law... only now they have a tiny life-time cap! This means that the condition that was covered by the previous old policy, is now a pre-exiting condition under the new policy with a life-time cap for that condition of $7,000. An amount that is exhausted within the first year. So... the premium goes up by 40% and the condition is tapped out and we are SOL. Thanks for nothing 0-bama.
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Defeating the Jewish Alinskyites

aTheist Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 3:52 PM
Roasted.
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Science Demands Big Government!

aTheist Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 3:49 PM
A Harvard education only educates what comes in. If an a idiot got in, it will often come out the same, only more educated (e.g., 0bama, Leiberman). My brother-in-law like Romney entered with intelligence, and they graduated the same, but with added education.
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Science Demands Big Government!

aTheist Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 3:35 PM
1- Survival of the fittest 2- Survival of best choice If Survival incorporates on use of intellect, then #2 is #1.
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Defeating the Jewish Alinskyites

aTheist Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 2:17 PM
"Given the fact that the overwhelming majority of Jewish Americans are supporters of the Democratic Party, it should have been assumed that they would have responded to Whitnum's anti- Semitic slurs by seeking to get her expelled from their party." No need. Delegates of the Connecticut Democratic Party Convention where split as follows: Murphy 1,378 (76 percent); Susan Bysiewicz 444 (24 percent and enough to qualify for the August 14 primary); Matthew Oakes got 1 delegate from Hartford; And Lee Whitnum's name was not placed in nomination.
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Science Demands Big Government!

aTheist Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 1:08 PM
The Theories of "Evolution" and "Homo Economicus" are exactly correct. In fact they are the SAME. How exactly is "survival of the fittest" so much different than Homo Economicus which is not about money, but about cost vs benefit. The successful Homo Economicus makes the correct decisions regarding cost vs benefit in the exchange of food, shelter, power, influence, knowledge, etc. With the reward of survival going to "those" who have made the better choices. Where the "those" are individual people, clans, groups, cities, regions, countries, etc. And where benefit at one level is often a disaster at a different level. The inter-dynamic is EXTREMELY complex. And some highly educated idiot at Haavord thinks he's figured it all out... LOL
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National Anthem is an "Abomination"

aTheist Wrote: Jun 08, 2012 3:30 PM
I agree, The Star Spangled Banner should be ditched. Replace it with God Bless America. The Star Spangled Banner looks to the past about how the Flag survived a war. It is too complex, few people know the whole thing, and the music is just so-so. God Bless America celebrates the land and looks to the future with God's blessing.
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The War on Unborn Women

aTheist Wrote: May 30, 2012 12:00 PM
On a side note. Some things that will happen if sex-selection (by abortion or otherwise) is allowed. 1- The value of (any remaining) women will rise. 2- The appreciation of gay men will increase. 3- Lesbians will be the bane of society. 4- The likelihood of a war, any war, will increase.
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Love, Freedom And The 'War on Women'

aTheist Wrote: May 21, 2012 1:14 PM
What China is doing, or allowing, is not a War on Women. What is happening in China now is extremely pro-female... In 20 years a woman will be worth a king's ransom, and the men will be disposable drones.
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President Diva

aTheist Wrote: May 16, 2012 2:09 PM
"less and less Americans are interested" would refer to the decrease in interest level. but in your version "fewer and fewer ..." would refer to the number of Americans interested. Both are valid, but have different meanings. The "less and less" version, IMO, is more damming. Do you UNDERSTAND the difference ?
Reluctantly, the highly biased author of that Forbes article has since updated same and now admits the apparent job growth, but with the caveats that the numbers the Governor used are unusual and that 23,300 for his first one year is far short of the 250,000 that he promised for the four years that haven't happened yet.
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