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There have always been unvirtuous people. But never before in history has being unvirtuous been celebrated and encouraged.
I saw this stuff about OTC birth control last week. I still haven't gotten an answer about why this is a decision politicians get to make. Shouldn't doctors decide what drugs are safe to become OTC? (Not being sarcastic, asking this seriously)
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The Right Response on Birth Control

Jennifer313 Wrote: Sep 08, 2014 9:03 PM
Okay, without getting into the political, women's issue angle of this, aren't *doctors* supposed to decide what drugs are safe to be over the counter? I'm not being snarky, I seriously don't understand how this is a decision to be made by politicians.
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The Right Response on Birth Control

Jennifer313 Wrote: Sep 08, 2014 6:41 PM
So true.
Whaaaaaaaat? I don't believe it.
What day *isn't* a good day to fantasize about murdered babies. Amiright?
I am much more disconcerted by the shirtless guy than the woman with the gun.
One of the faces of evil right there.
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Ted Cruz 2016?

Jennifer313 Wrote: Sep 01, 2014 4:05 PM
I love Ted Cruz. But i have concerns. For one, he pisses people off. He is not as gentle and soft spoken as Reagan. Reagan was just so darn likable. Cruz is a brilliant debater and I'm psyched to see him in debates but I worry about him coming off too harsh. And you can criticize that criticism, but the reality is that "how he comes off" will matter to people like my idiot LIV cousin who voted twice for Obama. Secondly, he's never governed, at least he's never been a state governor. Granted, I'm sure he would still do light years better than Obama, because he's smarter and more willing to learn, but still. It is a legitimate concern.
So which constitutional right was violated? The right to murder babies or the right to murder your baby in a dirty clinic?
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