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Taxing the rich to pay for others to have wealth they did not earn is fake compassion.
You give money to charities of your own free will. That is morally correct. You don't take money from someone who earned it and give it to someone else who hasn't earned it. How is that morally just?
You give money to charities of your own free will. That is morally correct. You don't take money from someone who earned it and give it to someone else who hasn't earned it. How is that morally just?
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Keeping Faith in Spite of the News Cycle

jturner Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 10:42 PM
This was a good article! It was very uplifting. We know our side is right, we just have to put our faith in God that things will turn out alright. Thank you Charles!
You just said you didn't care if he was born in Kenya. That would make him an illegal president. If that is true, would you care that he broke the law?
You just said you didn't care if he was born in Kenya. That would make him an illegal president. If that is true, would you care that he broke the law?
If you knew that an executive order is rarely used, you would realize that using an executive order or for that matter 23 executive orders is not a good thing.
Stephanie Cutter's campaign operatives remind me of Mao's Red Guards during the Cultural Revolution. They stir up rage in order to get what they want. They are the most spoiled people on this earth. Just because we won't roll over and give up our right to bear arms, they whine and moan and complain like spoiled brats. When will this madness stop?
If people aren't alert, totalitarianism will come to this country. The United States is no different. The Constitution is only good if the people in elected office stand by it. Our president doesn't do that. Little by little we are moving closer to an ever expansive government with no checks on the president. Making up excuses such as curbing 'gun violence' in order to curb the 2nd Amendment is despicable.
First of all, where did you get the notion that tax cuts lead to the deficit?
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Roe v Wade, Forty Years After

jturner Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 6:20 PM
They aren't pro-choice they are anti-choice.
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