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But not BECAUSE they are in the TEA party.
The life that would be ended by an abortion begins at conception — the human life, not the more vague, unqualified "life." Yes, the ovum is alive. Yes, the spermatazoa is alive. But neither is a human life. Stop playing word games — this issue is too important: lives are at stake!
But by large majorities they want it scaled back, and more regulated, more difficult.
We need both. Standing up for something good in a way that removes your ability to actually do anything about it is self-defeating.
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Mascot Controversy Reaches Grade School

Brian953 Wrote: Sep 24, 2014 2:08 PM
So, the idea is that organizations choose to name themselves in an insulting fashion? What non-sense!
Elective abortion = murder.
NO ONE deserves being aborted! NO one!
This is the way she would steam=roll her constituents, as well. Take heed!
Exactly, that is in the Bible. In fact, the Lord, Himself said it. Katepatate is part of the problem. She bemoans that we have turned from God — and that is true, in parge part: many have. But she decries this turning from God, while she doesn't even know what God has said. How can she be turned toward Him, if she knows so little about Him? The Left is not terribly interested in the success or cohesion of America. What matters to them is the advance of Marxism. Marxism spreads more rapidly where there are no worries about right and wrong.
Exactly, that is in the Bible. In fact, the Lord, Himself said it. Katepatate is part of the problem. She bemoans that we have turned from God — and that is true, in parge part: many have. But she decries this turning from God, while she doesn't even know what God has said. How can she be turned toward Him, if she knows so little about Him? The Left is not terribly interested in the success or cohesion of America. What matters to them is the advance of Marxism. Marxism spreads more rapidly where there are no worries about right and wrong.
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Paul Krugman Is Wrong Today

Brian953 Wrote: Sep 16, 2014 1:02 PM
Once again, Krugman goes with intuition, rather than reality.
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