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You might be right. All I want from Alec Baldwin is for him to keep his promise to leave America if Bush got elected. Like most, if not all, progressives, he doesn't keep his word.
Don't hate anybody. Even though there are plenty of possible reasons to hate people like Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Barack Obama, they aren't good reasons. There's never a good reason to hate someone. I pray that they will see the light and turn away from their sinful ways. I don't expect them to but it's worth praying for them anyway. They seem to hate people like me who want only the best that can be had for everyone. I don't understand why they want so desperately to control other people's lives. So I pray that they have that epiphany that I had a couple of years ago, and realize that God and Jesus, and all their followers want them to be saved and come to Heaven instead of the place their evil deeds and thoughts are going to send them. I pity them. I don't want anyone to chose evil, that way leads to an eternity in Hell. I wouldn't wish that on anyone.
I wish I could afford to move to Georgia. Sounds like a wonderful place full of wonderful ADULT people, not just grown up kids. Kennesaw passed their law mandating gun ownership the same approximate time as Morton Grove IL passed their law outlawing gun ownership. Crime rate dropped precipitously in Kennesaw and more than doubled in Morton Grove. Seems like Georgia is learning from that lesson. Washington, DC, Chicago, Detroit, have some of the strictest anti gun laws and they have the highest murder rates in the country. It's obvious that liberal progressives don't care about people's safety, all they care about is controlling people.
How much would you have to pay someone to fix burgers down at the local burger place if they got $20K for not working? How much would you have to pay for someone to bus tables at Denny's? If's for darned sure they aren't going to do it because it's fun... It's NOT! Now even if whatever you pay them is over and above the $20K annual guaranteed income, they still aren't going to do it for what they were getting before. If they got $7 an hour to bus tables they're going to want a lot more cause they are already being paid enough to not starve and that's why they would do it for that before. Now you actually have to pay them enough to enjoy what they can do with the money. Besides, You've got your own $20K a year, why would you go to the trouble of driving to someplace and doing stuff for people for barely any money now that you don't need to put up with all those headaches, paperwork, taxes, labor laws, insurance, costs of raw materials etc. How many people would even bother to plant crops or harvest those crops if they didn't have to? Who's going to bother to learn how to actually do anything they don't have to do? Who's going to come fix your broken or clogged toilet?
I have a friend who intends to move to LV as soon as he divests himself of certain entanglements. When I asked him why he really couldn't say anything other than "I like it there". I asked how he could like the crowding, and congestion and the constant noise and hoopla. He just does. So He'll move there and I'll stay out in a small town at least a couple of hundred miles away and we'll both be happy. We don't see much of each other any more anyway. I like the openness and quiet of a small town and he likes to live in a rabbit warren. That's what LV looks like to me, a self imposed life in a rabbit warren with far to many rabbits running back and forth trying to convince themselves that they are having fun.
You can have custom t-shirts made up very inexpensively most places. You should go into business selling these and others.
"Denial", it's not just a river in Egypt. de·ni·al: [dih-nahy-uhl] noun 1. an assertion that something said, believed, alleged, etc., is false: Despite his denials, we knew he had taken the purse. The politician issued a denial of his opponent's charges. 2. refusal to believe a doctrine, theory, or the like. 3. disbelief in the existence or reality of a thing. 4. the refusal to satisfy a claim, request, desire, etc., or the refusal of a person making it. 5. refusal to recognize or acknowledge; a disowning or disavowal: the traitor's denial of his country; Peter's denial of Christ. Under number 4, it seems she's actually right. Hobby Lobby is refusing to satisfy her request/claim. But seeing as it's an unjust claim they are doing the right thing to deny it. She's denying that woman need to be self sufficient if single, and part of a team if married. Either way she should be taking care of her own health needs. Requiring any business to "give" healthcare to it's employees is involuntary servitude, same as slavery morally. Telling businesses they have to provide something that violates their Religious beliefs is even worse, and congress is forbidden to pass any laws respective of religion, which is what they, and she, are trying to force the owners of Hobby Lobby to do.
Wouldn't it be less expensive to just get her a free tubal ligation? Stress to her that it is "Free Birth Control" and she'll jump at the chance.
And since he is (sort of) secretly a Muslim they won't do anything for her they are not told specifically to do.
After the fiasco and massacre in the embassy of Benghazi I wouldn't trust my safety to an American embassy. She'll be safe once she's out of the pest hole of a country.
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