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There was a time I was pro choice as I didn't feel I had the right to tell others how to live their lives but it occurred to me there wouldn't be nearly as many abortions if it wasn't legal.
Every since I was a small child I was grateful to have been born in this country. I still am but am quite concerned about the way we are letting our country change. God plays a very large part in my life and I have so very much to be grateful for. I am 76 healthy, have a great husband, loving children, good friends and enough income to live comfortably. What more could I ask for except not to lose the freedom that our forefathers left for us.
If this was a perfect world I would be a libertarian but since it isn't I have to stick to being simply conservative. I too am an independent but cannot in any way go for the progressives.
Thanks to Mr. Giles and a book I read that he wrote, my life has been turned around in my 70's. Yes, I had given up alcohol and cigarettes already with the help of God but I will still a lying, cheating individual that was going down. I appreciate my life now so much more than I did then.
How about each individual who is capable to send a donation to these groups? We have depended on the Federal Government for so terribly long we are all takers.
Lady you never pull punches when you write an article. Has the government gone after you yet?
Having owned Remington guns I would simply suggest they continue to sell outside the state by internet advertising. People are buying guns and ammunition like crazy because of the governments rediculous stand.
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My Thoughts on the Election

Maryann45 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 11:47 AM
You have hit me exactly where I was when I learned Obama was re-elected but I realized I had asked God's will in the election and obviously his will was the outcome. So, I once again turn it over to my Higher Power as he is in control not me.
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There Ought Not to Be a Law

Maryann45 Wrote: Aug 15, 2012 11:16 AM
If this was a perfect world I would be a Libertarian too but I am aware of the fact that isn't. Therefore we need armies, government and controls.
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Can a General Call Suicide "Selfish"?

Maryann45 Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 11:15 AM
I had a grandson that commited suicide after his second tour in Iraq. He was diagnosed as having problems but was so busy supporting his family he didn't take time to get the help he needed. Unfortunately his seven year old son found him when he came home from school. The boy is now getting help with his problems fortunately.
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