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yeah, sure, you almost sound like you think you make sense.
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The Will To Power

eddie again Wrote: Nov 21, 2014 12:48 PM
and you certainly are not the answer. that only leaves the demonrat party. why not just tell us that you are on board with Obama's lawlessness?
considering the abundance of low information voters, it seems to be in the country's best interest if fewer people voted. if it takes incentives to get a person to vote, it is highly likely that such a person's vote will not benefit the common good. if a person cannot even get themselves to the polls, how likely is their vote to be beneficial. the government should STOP ENCOURAGING people to vote.
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Uncommon Common Sense on Marriage

eddie again Wrote: Nov 20, 2014 1:10 PM
the state has no legitimate interest in personal relationships that are unrelated to the procreation of children, none, zilch, nada legitimate interest.
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Uncommon Common Sense on Marriage

eddie again Wrote: Nov 20, 2014 1:04 PM
surely no one believes those nine, half intelligent justices, have the authority to tell every single person in the country what freely chosen behaviors they must tolerate. behaviors are different in essence from genetic characteristics and to treat them as though they were the same is the height of either stupidity or ignorance. I know, I know, what is new, it is the u.s. supreme court we are talking about.
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Uncommon Common Sense on Marriage

eddie again Wrote: Nov 20, 2014 1:02 PM
Lawrence was decide wrong. it was simple judicial overreach nothing more and those who see it as something more are only expressing their level of ignorance. if a community cannot decide the personal behaviors if finds acceptable, there is no freedom in that country. such a situation means that only nine un-elected and often not too bright people make the decisions for everyone about what is acceptable behaviors in their community. this is particularly true when there is no constitutional basis for the federal government dictating community standards for every community in the country. such actions are beyond foolish, they are criminal and totalitarian. they completely place the entire country in to servitude to the supreme court. you can defend such a thing if you wish, but at least, after reading this you cannot plead ignorance about what your prejudices and biases are doing --- creating a citizenry enslaved by the justices.
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Uncommon Common Sense on Marriage

eddie again Wrote: Nov 20, 2014 12:56 PM
that comment is totally wrong!!!!
I believe the u.s. supreme court has ruled that any body like the u.s. senate (where members are elected regardless of population proportions) is unconstitutional. no state can have a legislature whose members do not reflect population density when creating districts. you would be right in thinking this means that the large cities will always control the less populated rural areas. but, then again, this is the same supreme court that has ruled fines are taxes and that anything related to interstate commerce falls under the constitution's commerce clause. seriously, you do not have to be knowledgeable to be on of the nine people who make the laws for the rest of us. and you would be right that the only reason the justices can make the laws is the cowardice of our elected representatives.
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Fear and Amnesty

eddie again Wrote: Nov 17, 2014 2:30 PM
the gop congress can pass any laws it wishes, but Obama can veto them all. reality is that congress can do nothing to make Obama toe the line until the democrats are less than a third of the senate.
I guess townhall is not a right wing web site? nor is national review, nor FoxNews? besides, every American has a right to use the word. there is no debate about that is there? ok, maybe in the feverish minds of the dems and progs there is a debate. but for free americans, the debate does not exist.
this is kind of like seat belt laws. statistics support the use of seat belts but do you think those governments that use threat to force the use of seat belts are going to compensate people who are damaged because they were following such a tyrannical law? of course not, these dopes, the people who right laws, are not going to take responsibility for the negative consequences of the laws they impose on free(?) people!!! is it possible some people benefit and even extend their lives by using tobacco? it is possible but the self-righteous busy-bodies of America could give a rat's patoot about the welfare of other people when instead they can use violence and power to inflict their ways upon the weak.
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