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I agree. Sounds like a trolly hoax. Reminds me of this thing I read a few months ago that was supposed to be a "Christian Harry Potter," that was basically every Christian haters' stereotype of kooky Christians who hate fun.
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The First Tea Party President?

Jennifer313 Wrote: Jan 03, 2015 1:06 PM
I don't trust Rand Paul. I think he says what he thinks we want to hear to court us. But I think deep down he's a nut just like his father.
On another note, guns go off by themselves and kill people about as often as people trip and fall and stab themselves to death with the kitchen knife while chopping carrots.
Here are the scenarios for this ad to make any sense: 1) the boy believes his mother to be too stupid to operate a gun safely (i.e. he's seen her almost shoot herself and laugh it off). 2) The boy believes his mother to be mentally unsound to the point of being a danger with a weapon (i.e. she's threatened to shoot him for not cleaning his room). 3) The boy is mentally unsound and believes guns can become sentient beings and it will shoot him of its own free will.
I pray that they might somehow find peace. I imagine sometimes it just feels like all of the air has been sucked out of the room and they just collapse. I pray that they might embrace Jesus Christ. That being said, I hope this lawsuit is thrown out.
The Left doesn't care about human life (abortion is a prime example of that). They care about their narrative, which is a conduit in their quest for power.
"It was widely speculated that there would be riots in Ferguson if the Grand Jury didn’t indict Darren Wilson." Let's be honest, there would have been riots if he'd been indicted too.
There is an upside to this privacy violating law. Maybe promiscuity, at least on campus/in the dorms, will go down and that is actually really good for young adults in every way.
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Why I Oppose Barack Obama

Jennifer313 Wrote: Oct 18, 2014 12:32 PM
Don't forget golf. He cares about golf too.
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