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Vulgarians On The Loose!

IAdmitIAmCrazy Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 10:54 AM
Consistency has never been the strong suit for zealots: The bill "included a requirement that the abortionist confirm that the woman having the abortion was not being pressured by a third party to do so." I thought that such a requirement would be correctly named a call for the NANNY state. Furthermore, Ms. Coulter seems to be incapable of following figurative speech, a speech that without doubt qualifies as political speech. While massive influence peddling by vast amounts of undisclosed money is heatedly defended as free speech, when it comes to strong figurative political speech all concerns about suppressing it is more than readily forgotten. Well, as I wrote: CONSISTENCY is not the strong suit of zealots ...
AJ4USA Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 11:06 AM
Crazy boy, We are for freedom! Having a third party (like an irresponsible boyfriend) demanding she get an abortion is not freedom. No inconsistency here!
Uber Dave Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 10:59 AM
"...Well, as I wrote: CONSISTENCY is not the strong suit of zealots ... "

Au contraire, abortion zealots have allowed no deviancy for decades...
Buck O Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 10:58 AM
That must be why you're so INconsistent. Now go bail out Greece, krautboy.

A Michigan legislator, Lisa Brown, gave a speech in the statehouse last week that would have made her right at home in a women's studies course at a local community college, but a wacko in a group of actual legislators.

She commented on a pending abortion bill by first announcing that she was Jewish, kept kosher, described her various sets of plates, and then saying that Jewish law makes abortion mandatory to save the life of the mother.

This had absolutely nothing to do with the bill being considered, but it may explain why there are no Jewish Tim Tebows.