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War On Women: Is It Over?

Dave8528 Wrote: Oct 28, 2014 3:05 PM
I'm sorry, the real war is the war on Christianity by the mainstream media and the government. There is no war on women. If there was a war on women, my grownup daughters would tell me about it.
I remember just 20 years ago we would never even think about allowing gays to 'marry'. I think gay people need to be treated with respect, as we are all the children of God, but marriage was meant to be between a man and a woman only. Why have males and females unless to marry and procreate? Two men and two women can't do it on their own, they need a third party. This redefining of marriage will eventually destroy the family unit and destroy society. Maybe not in my lifetime, but definitely in the future. What are people and judges thinking?
And I am conservative. My views on this sensitive subject has changed over the years.
Capital punishment in most cases is not a good idea, there are many cases where they find the killer through technology that wasn't available a few years ago. But in some extreme cases like serial killers, I think capital punishment is the right and moral thing to do. The Catholic Church also frowns on capital punishment, but is not completely against it.
Secularism is a religion, a bad religion.
This country will go down even faster then it has with Obama if she believes that and becomes the next president. This would make her even more leftist then Obama.
And just because something is lawful doesn't make it moral.
Those 7% includes the mainstream news anchors and reporters and the newspaper editors of all major metropolitan newspapers. The 7% does not include anyone else. People have more common sense.
I'm in favor of term limits and Republican Roberts has been in the Senate a long time. But his opponent though he calls himself an Independent, will, I think, vote with the Democrats on issues. He is also pro abort while Pat Roberts is pro life. I hope Senator Roberts gets reelected for those reasons alone.
Orman says he's pro choice which means he's pro abortion. He's not an independent, he's a wolf in sheep’s clothing, he's a Democrat and that's it.
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Why I Oppose Barack Obama

Dave8528 Wrote: Oct 18, 2014 4:48 PM
Biden would be just as bad. I don't think he has the abilities to be a good president: he's just another left wing liberal and we don't need a liberal pro abort Catholic as the next president. We need a conservative like Cruz, not a wishy washy Republican like Christie as president.
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