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I would be delighted to never hear one more word from any one of them. But it is better to let them speak so that we know who the enemies of the country and our freedoms are.
Ah, not an admirer of the First Amendment. Thank you for identifying yourself to entire internet.
This is a very difficult issue to deal with. You make an excellent point about the voluntary military personnel being risked on dangerous missions not related related to the defense on the country. One might argue that containing Ebola is a defense of the country. That argument is easily crushed by the fact there are other, more efficient and less dangerous means than endangering our precious and expensively trained citizens in uniform. We could simply ask for volunteers but I suspect that would not attract a large enough number to even load the necessary equipment. The real is the incompetent Commander-in-Chief that we elected, and re-elected. We could dispose of him without risking anyone's life. Doing so would improve the life of almost everyone in the country. It would be foolish to oppose it.
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drrisk2 Wrote: Oct 19, 2014 1:35 PM
I agree, coarse language rarely helps a just cause. That aside, the published photographs I have seen hardly depict her as svelte, or soigné.
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drrisk2 Wrote: Oct 19, 2014 1:28 PM
The agenda item being pushed has nothing to do with civil rights or restrooms. What they demand is what the vast majority of people refuse to give them voluntarily: ACCEPTANCE of their lifestyle choice. And why do the vast majority refuse to do so? Because they find it unnatural, sinful, and abhorrent. Which is their right.
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drrisk2 Wrote: Oct 19, 2014 1:22 PM
Correct, she is not on heroin. She is on either Peyote or PCP.
A criminal prosecution would be more effective. Misappropriation of city funds comes to min. After all, the D.A. in Travis County had the Governor indicted for NOT spending public funds, I haven't researched it, but I am confident that in Texas there i a criminal statute that covers this. And there are plenty of private public interest group that would fund the effort. Have at it, and let's see who blinks first.
Papers, please. Where are your papers, Comrade? SHOW ME YOUR PAPERS! Won't work, Mein Herr. Sieg Heil!
A better question is: Would you want your fate decided by someone too stupid to lawfully get out of jury duty?
The Constitution gives the Congress more power than that. See Constitution of the United States, Article I, §8, ¶9, to wit: “To constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court” and Article III, §1, to wit: “To constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court” and Article III, §2, to wit: “under such regulations as the Congress shall make” What this means is that Congress can establish and/or disestablish any federal court, except the Supreme Court, AND proscribe the jurisdiction of all federal courts. Congress could have revoked Marbury v. Madison but they were in awe of John Marshal, even though Andrew Jackson rather unceremoniously told Marshall to shove it in 1832.
Absolutely correct. They couldn't stand to present the evidence that Democrats are lying.
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