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Wow, I didn't even know it was possible to fly to North Korea. Even if it's true that this young man got arrested on purpose to explore human rights violations or something, I wouldn't wish his fate on my worst enemy. According to stories from people like Sun Myung Moon, he'll probably be dead within a year.
If this was a gay orgy building instead, the organizers would now be able to sue these contractors for "discrimination". Imagine that. At least abortion hasn't reached that level of protection yet . . .
1. Gay "marriage" is not like traditional marriage. While heterosexual couples pledge to be monogamous (with a few failures and exceptions), gay couples don't even pretend they want to be monogamous. 2. Redefining marriage is also saying that mothers are irrelevant to raising kids. I don't know about you, but I'll stick with my outdated belief that you simply can't just replace a kid's mom with a strange man and pretend he's just as good.
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The K Street President

badams928 Wrote: Aug 13, 2014 1:30 PM
The press corps aren't "waking up". They are simply ready to ditch Obama and start boosting Hillary as soon as these elections are over.
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The Obama Riots Begin

badams928 Wrote: Aug 11, 2014 1:13 PM
The majority of black people have unquestioningly supported the Democrat Party and all the policies that have led to their current situation. It's certainly NOT America that has failed them.
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Defining Life

badams928 Wrote: Jul 23, 2014 12:25 PM
I'm inclined to agree with that young man who talked to you. After all, no one accuses a woman of criminal neglect or murder when she has a miscarriage. Friends and family don't grieve the same if there is a miscarriage in the first month vs. a miscarriage at 8 months. Why? The obvious reason is because there IS a difference.
What this ruling really says: Kids don't need a mom. Another man is just as good. Gosh . . . I've really been fooled all these years thinking moms were irreplaceable . . . thanks judge!
It would have been even better if these faculty had resigned as a protest. It would certainly have left the school in better shape.
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My Trip to the Pot Shop

badams928 Wrote: Mar 26, 2014 2:58 PM
You have a good point about personal responsibility and being allowed to live with the consequences of your actions. Should someone be allowed to smoke pot for medical purposes? Sure. But the trouble is, people don't want the responsibility that comes with this kind of freedom. What happens to those kids who smoke pot, get mentally impaired and then can't provide for themselves or their families? Why are the rest of us forced to subsidize their bad choices? Or if they choose to destroy their health with other drugs. If they have the freedom to choose to do that, we should also have the freedom to choose whether or not we're stuck with their hospital bills.
Just the kind of garbage you would expect from AP. This bill has zero effect on all these businesses. It is meant to protect people with traditional moral values from being sued out of existence.
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