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Law 2, President 0

lemonfemale Wrote: Jul 01, 2014 11:22 PM
In point of fact, both Obama and Michelle retired. FactCheck says there were no proceedings pending against either one at the time. http://www.factcheck.org/2012/06/the-obamas-law-licenses/ And, yes, he DOES regard the Constitution as toilet paper.
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Thad Cochran's Voting-Rights Victory

lemonfemale Wrote: Jun 30, 2014 9:15 PM
I believe you are inferring what isn't there. Jacoby does not say he favored a Cochran victory. What he is saying is that next time someone talks about minority disenfranchisement tell them about where a surge is black turnout in Mississippi (no less) decided a Republican runoff. With not even a hint of voter suppression.
Wait a minute. That Princip got so close to the Archduke is called coincidence. What if THAT was God intervening?
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Marriage and its Discontents

lemonfemale Wrote: Jun 19, 2014 1:37 PM
I like this article. What I would say is that marriage is when people come together to say "We" instead of "you" and "I". If they do that, gender does not matter.
Actually the civil rights analogy holds. Only you have to go back earlier than Jim Crow, back to the Civil War. Slavery was how it had always been. The belief that someone had the right not to be enslaved was new. Marriage as it historically was not a union of a man and woman based on love, not until recently and still not in much of the world. We have inalienable rights the Constitution is silent on, as witness Amendment 9. Gay marriage is one of them. I have been married to the same man for over 40 years. I hold marriage sacred and I want that right for gay folk as well.
I like that. It correlates with free will. We have the right to be wrong. Therefore it is no stretch to imagine a God-given right to freedom of religion. Should this subject come up somewhere, I hope I remember your train of thought.
Well, not to offer an opinion on whether God dislikes homosexuality for some reason. The worst sexual sin? Worse than Ariel Castro? Worse than why Daddy's little girl sleeps in six pairs of pajamas? Worse than why police are lifting DNA samples from the blood soaked underwear of a three year old child? For that matter, worse than ANY rape?
To be absolutely fair, I can't say it was her laughter about the polygraph. But this is hardly the empowerment of women that she touts these days.
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Just Wait A Minute, Willya?

lemonfemale Wrote: Jun 10, 2014 1:26 PM
The thing about whether some Senators were notified or not is law. That thing that Obama ignores when it suits him. Mr. Greenberg makes a case agaunst the law but not a case for ignoring the law. And the indignation of Bergdahl's fellow soldiers is because he was described as having served "with honor and distinction" when they knew he walked off base. Now WHY he walked off, in point of fact, we don't know. One villager described him as maybe high. So for that we should wait. The prisoner swap itself is fit for discussion.
Another verse is Luke 1:44 where Elizabeth says to Mary that when Mary greeted her "the babe leaped in my womb for joy." A fetus acknowledging an embryo. Abortion is the Final Solution to the pregnancy problem.
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Trigger Please

lemonfemale Wrote: Jun 05, 2014 12:28 PM
OK until the part saying people who talk to total strangers about being raped or stalked probably never were raped or stalked. Since when is it a shame to me what someone else did to me? I've told total strangers I was raped because, among other things, it is a good response to the question of "what about someone who has been raped?" that I get while picketing Planned Parenthood. However the whole tone of the suggested "trigger warning" is sarcastic so I won't assume that everything he says in here is something he would say as sober truth. "Your mother was a hamster!" was not offered as an honest opinion.
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