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David 3036 says: "When an unelected judge interprets a law, it means we are citizens, not subjects, of a country that values the balance of powers that our founders created. Those unelected judges are our protection from people who WERE elected -- such as Congress and an incompetent president. " No, it means we are subjects of those judges, not citizens, because when we have arrived at that point then it is the JUDGES who determine what is law and not the people and their elected representatives.
Nonsense on stilts. Judges are not supposed to be "interpreting laws", they are to be ensuring that the Constitutional restrictions against the rights of the individual are not violated. You've bought the lie that judges "interpret" law.
It's getting tiresome, this narrative that today's Western homosexual is so put upon and oppressed by the majority in America. It's time that the love that used to not be able to declare itself should now shut the heck up.
When an unelected judge can force us to do things we do not wish to do, we are no longer citizens but subjects.
Ha. That would take the kind of courage that homosexuals do not have. It's easy to push those around whom you know aren't going to punch you in the face.
More disturbing to me is the fact that the Rodeo Clown Association (or whatever it is called) did not immediately and loudly give the Obama administration the collective middle finger and tell them to pound sand. As long as we capitulate to their demands for re-education, we are slaves.
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I Got 30 Million Reasons

Cleombrotus2011 Wrote: Jul 04, 2013 7:11 AM
" but you broke the law and -- look me in the eye -- you know you broke the law. " Curious. When the Obamacare debacle was up for a vote I was in the Capital that day to show my support for the opposition. On the same day, SEIU bussed in thousands, literally thousands (they dwarfed our little demonstration on Capital Hill) of Mexicans to demonstrate for immigration reform. On my way to the Hill, as I passed these groups of Mexicans walking to the Mall, I attempted to get some of them to look me in the eye so I could engage them in conversation. I wanted to ask them why they didn't simply go back to Mexico and work to make their country the kind of place that they wouldn't NEED to emigrate from. I found it interesting that they WOULD NOT look me in the eye. I gave them credit that shame still exists in that culture, at least.
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20 Signs America is in Decline

Cleombrotus2011 Wrote: Jun 29, 2013 8:25 AM
a certain poster, seeking to confirm her denial asks: "What do community organizers do?" The correct question should be, "What DON'T community organizers do?" They DON'T go into at risk communities and teach them proper work ethics; how to fill out resumes; how to get up for work on time; to dress for an interview; to put some of their earnings away in a savings account that they do not touch except in emergencies; how to fill out their 1040's; how to pay their taxes on time; or train them for various occupations. What they DO do, however, is teach them how to organize politically so that they might be better positioned to access public monies, e.i. other people's money that they have paid in taxes.
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20 Signs America is in Decline

Cleombrotus2011 Wrote: Jun 29, 2013 8:19 AM
The rate of growth in it is. It's unprecedented.
Forget it, David. A more deserving man would have been felled by much less than this a long time ago. Because of a traitorous and corrupt media establishment, this fraud is bulletproof. Best to just gird our loins and determine to hold on to our own principles regardless of what the political elites determine for us.
We're just arming the next group of thugs to take over.
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