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The Lesson of Dunkirk

lemonfemale Wrote: Feb 21, 2014 3:50 AM
Or for that matter Rosa Parks. No way did she make a calculated decision about whether this was the time to fight. She just stayed in her seat. I believe there is a fine line between an exercise in futility and what Captain Picard said about the Borg. "The line must be drawn here."
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Did I Move?

lemonfemale Wrote: Feb 13, 2014 9:27 AM
The problem I have with this is that America is an idea. So it seems to me that if in the time before someone becomes a citizen, you inculcate the idea of America, you have an American citizen.
The Dems say people will be able to maybe read their kids a bedtime story and tuck them in instead of working. In bed in the back seat of the car since their hours were cut and they can no longer afford rent.
There is also another scenario.. Clinton thinks with the little head. Would he sneak a good-looking woman in the back way, giving her access to his suite after he's asleep?
I wonder if there is a trend going on. The article says prolifers have been subjected to "a rising tide of hostility". A few of us have been protesting in front of Planned Parenthood locally for over six years and for the first time a young woman tried to rip up our sign or cart it off. Maybe the pro-aborts are getting radicalized somehow? Don't know. I mean we've been yelled at but that's the first time I ever had to physically restrain someone.
That's assuming they know what they are chanting and not just wanting to rile the Christians. The whole point is that anyone may at any time open the door (Rev. 3:20)., In general, though for someone like Adolf Hitler or Ariel Castro well ... don't bet the rent on it.
Bristol is famous because of her Mom, otherwise her opinion is no more noteworthy than anyone else's. And no less, same as your opinion and mine, I guess. The Wendy Davis story says nothing about her beliefs. BUT the spin she put on it and the fact she left her husband before the ink fried on his last check is prima facie evidence of bad character. In other words it bears looking into. I already would not vote for her because of her being pro-abortion. This other may be important.
Actually it has been voted on- and passed- in two states last year. That was- as Krauthammer says- a sea change in attitudes because it has previously never passed at the local level. (I'm assuming you mean gay marriage and not abortion. Abortion has been voted on, though a lot of that was pre-Roe and the vote was split.) PS "Gullible warming" I like that. Good turn of phrase. (smiley)
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Obamacare Taxmageddon 2014 is Here

lemonfemale Wrote: Jan 02, 2014 7:35 PM
Works for me. Good post, IMHO
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The Anus Monologues

lemonfemale Wrote: Jan 01, 2014 11:13 PM
Ericwynot1 is right. Back to Ann Coulter again. A&E is not the government. We have some rights- the business cannot refuse to hire or promote based on your religion. And they must accommodate you to some extent, unless that would be a hardship. Arguably, associating Duck Dynasty with a controversy might be a hardship. http://hr.blr.com/HR-news/Discrimination/Racial-Discrimination/Could-Seventh-Day-Adventist-Claim-Saturdays-Off-
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The Anus Monologues

lemonfemale Wrote: Jan 01, 2014 11:01 PM
That was a great title that the article did not quite live up to. Phil's comments were partly Biblical and partly silly- unless he is prepared to explain to a Catholic priest that his vow of celibacy will doom humanity if everyone does it. I don't know how Phil treats gay folk nor do I know how he feels about gay rights ordinances or gay marriage (as long as his church doesn't have to marry them.) So I have no problem with Phil.
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