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Who said you need to be smart or articulate to be a Congressman/woman? You just need money and promises you do not intend on fulfilling. That will get you enough simpletons to vote for you.
Lousy excuse. Men with principles shouldn't worry about the freakin media bias. Unfortunately, the GOP don't have many principled leaders in the House or the Senate. Too worried about keeping their job, rather than serving the public. Vote them out...
No, they aren't... If "8 out of 10 hostages were shot dead", I could say "some of the 10 hostages were shot dead". I couldn't accurately say "a few of the 10 were shot dead". Some refers to a number greater than one but less than the whole. It can refer to a majority or a minority. Few doesn't refer to a majority.
Yea, union employees can't stand the competition, so invent 'certification' and 'vesting' and other such nonsense that has nothing to do with determining whether a teacher can teach or not... Now, they just kick them out altogether. Well played, liberals. I'm just hoping that we can dispense with the northeast entirely. Maybe they can join up with Puerto Rico as a commonwealth...
Sadly, I agree. This article basically yields the field to the idea that homosexuality is perfectly natural and not deviant behavior that should be treated.
Or Jews demand that a Muslim make them one...
No, they don't. They want to change how society operates and thinks. They are not passively speaking about rights, but are "in your face" and quite active, threatening people with the worse tag one can have nowadays - intolerant... In other words, they want to make society into "their" image. Religious people are understanding. It is called "sin" and we pray for their conversion to turn away from sin, a separation from God and a wounding of self. No different than a heterosexual committing fornication. To those who think they were born that way - why are homosexuals the only ones who MUST act out on their deviant issues? ALL of us have some issues. It doesn't mean I have to act out on every little thought that comes into my mind that I know society finds unacceptable. If I was "born" to be a troublemaker, does that give me carte blanche to yell "FIRE" in a croweded movie theater? Hey, i'm just exercising my rights, since I was 'born' that way and society is holding me back from expressing myself. At what point does the slippery slope end, where people restrain themselves without crying about individual rights? As to gay people being around since the beginning of mankind - unlikely. And even if so, it doesn't make it right or normal or that we should allow it, no more than murder has been around since the beginning of time....
No, they don't. They want to change how society operates and thinks. They are not passively speaking about rights, but are "in your face" and quite active, threatening people with the worse tag one can have nowadays - intolerant... In other words, they want to make society into "their" image. Religious people are understanding. It is called "sin" and we pray for their conversion to turn away from sin, a separation from God and a wounding of self. No different than a heterosexual committing fornication. To those who think they were born that way - why are homosexuals the only ones who MUST act out on their deviant issues? ALL of us have some issues. It doesn't mean I have to act out on every little thought that comes into my mind that I know society finds unacceptable. If I was "born" to be a troublemaker, does that give me carte blanche to yell "FIRE" in a croweded movie theater? Hey, i'm just exercising my rights, since I was 'born' that way and society is holding me back from expressing myself. At what point does the slippery slope end, where people restrain themselves without crying about individual rights?
I think our vested interest in Iraq is having a moderate Islam ally. We seem to be running out of them. If the West wants to "fight" fundamental Islam and sharia and promote our way of life, you have to promote an alternative to over a billion people. Otherwise, be prepared to see sharia come to the US in your home town.
Yea, that worked really well in Vietnam - bomb them back into the dark ages... I think the US military has already learned that lesson. In unconventional warfare, bombing the civilians (and a couple insurregents) just doesn't work. Esp. when the civilians know that the US aren't going to stay long term.
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