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I wasn't talking to you . But it's your loss.... Everyone here pretty much gets along. Regardless of their political beliefs. But seeing that you seem incapable of accepting the fact that not everyone share's your political viewpoints. Maybe it's for the best that you have no interest in visiting.
They don't own the land. They manage it. Resources that exist within public lands belong to all of the people. And not just this generation.
Public lands must be managed responsibly. They aren't there just for this current generation or for private industry to use. ( or exploit )
So does this mean I can start grazing my cattle on public lands without having to pay grazing fees ? Or ( as I have always done ) should I raise my cattle on property that I actually own. Or work out deals with neighbors ( and even the governemt ) if I have too many heads of cattle and not enough forage ? The BLM's stated mission since 1946 is to sustain the health, diversity and productivity of the public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. It's not there just for some rancher to exploit for his own personal gain. If he want's to use public lands to graze his cattle. He should be willing to pay the grazing fees. He is NOT entitled to use for free land that he does NOT own.....
Four U.N. member states have never signed the non-proliferation treaty. India, Israel, Pakistan and South Sudan. North Korea announced their withdrawal in 2003. Iran however did sign the treaty ( in 1968 ) . And that ( like it or not ), gives them the right to peacefully use nuclear technology.
Huh, It seems to me that what she was actually saying is that she doesn't believe that 77 cents is equal pay for equal work. Not that the percentage was incorrect. The percentage is based on U.S. Census Bureau data. It's not just a number that they made up. Now does that mean there are not other factors involved which may explain why some of these women are being pad less. No... And sometimes there are good reasons why one employee earns more than another that is doing the same, or a smiliar job. And nobody is saying that can no longer happen. Also, the Paycheck Fairness Act isn't only about women.It would give all employees the ability to find out how much others in the same position are earning. Without worrying that they may be fired for doing so. Why shouldn't that information be available ? If you can tell anyone and everyone else how much you are earning. Why can't you tell a fellow employee ?
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Dems Bribe Women with Dollars and Drugs

dosborne Wrote: Apr 09, 2014 11:28 AM
So is this Mr. Ransoms way of trying to say he doesn't feel women should receive the same pay as men ? Even if they are doing the same job ? I see no reason why they shouldn't.... Regardless of whether or not there are cases where democrats ( or republicans ) don't pay women staffers the same rate as their male counterparts. As far as contraception goes. Again, why shouldn't female contraception be covered by insurance if things like Viagra are covered for men ? Even a ovarian polyp like Mr. Ransom knows that ( the pill ) does much more than just prevent pregnancy. I would also like to add that Obama's latest executive order require's federal contractors to publish wage data by sex and race, and bars retaliation against those who compare salaries. The laws for equal pay already exist. They have for quite some time. Now all we need to do is give all employees the ability to ensure their employer is in compliance with those laws. Why shouldn't we ALL have access to that information ? My employer doesn't share that information. And a employee can be fired if they are caught asking another worker about how much they earn.
YAWN !!!! More playground politics.
If that were true. Then why did congress pass and John Adams sign The Act for the Relief of Sick and DIsabled Seamen in 1798 ? The law authorized the creation of a government operated marine hospital service and mandated that privately employed sailors be required to purchase health care insurance. Now keep in mind that the 5th Congress did not really need to struggle over the intentions of the drafters of the Constitutions in creating this Act as many of its members were the drafters of the Constitution. Here are a couple of links so that you can check it out for yourself. http://history.nih.gov/research/downloads/1StatL605.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/An_Act_for_the_relief_of_sick_and_disabled_seamen
Facts.... Which always result in Englishlass acting like a 6th grader. At least you are consistently immature and childish in your responses.
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