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Could it be that his heart is two sizes too small?
Conservatives/Republicans have never been of the mindset to take away health care from anyone. We definitely want everyone to have health insurance and receive health care. We disagree about how to achieve that goal. You are being intellectually dishonest (or gullible) to believe otherwise.
True. And every time I see "climate change" alarmists refer to the 17 years involved, I can't believe that they take themselves seriously. Get back to me in 170 years, and then we'll see if there's even the beginnings of a pattern.
We humans must make reparations to wooly mammoth ancestors!
Most likely Washington state where it's unsafe to voice any sort of opinion of discontent about the current federal administration.
I admire Sen. Coburn even more for not falling into the trap of demonizing those who don't share his political outlook. Calling conservatives evil is what the Left does so blatantly, and it's polarizing our country.
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LetsDiscussThisCivilly Wrote: Feb 03, 2014 11:31 AM
Good article about the long-term implication of fewer families: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/765621563/Single-for-life-The-social-costs-of-fewer-families.html?pg=all
It is a tired argument--and a distraction from the real issues--that same-sex marriage won't hurt anyone's heterosexual marriage. No one who opposes same-sex marriage is arguing that! The issue is procreation and the well-being of children. YES IT IS! And please, don't bring up that other irrelevant distraction about there being married heterosexuals who can't/don't/won't have children.
The right side of history will be concern for the well-being of children. The wrong side of history is the social experiment of same-gender marriage. Children are at a huge disadvantage when raised by single or unmarried parents, and “we should assume the same disadvantages for children raised by couples of the same gender....Children are highly vulnerable. They have little or no power to protect or provide for themselves, and little influence on so much that is vital to their well-being. Children need others to speak for them, and they need decision-makers who put their well-being ahead of selfish adult interests.” (Dallin H. Oaks)
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