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I agree that "gays" can change to living what you define as a "normal" life which is what is socially acceptable and one of my best friends who is gay got married (to a woman) and has two wonderful kids but IMHO I still think he is gay. Most gays that I have known are not the flamboyant kind you see on TV. Most are just down to earth people who are attracted to the same sex. I personally don't understand how gay person could "choose" to be gay due to only 9% of the population being gay. Why would anyone choose to limit their potential choices of a mate and be socially rejected?
Could you choose to be gay? Why would you think gays could choose to be straight? If they are born gay then why would you automatically link gay people with the above? The majority of the above mentioned activities is conducted by straight people but I'm not bigoted against straight people because of the actions of a few idiots. I'm straight but I'm not bigoted against anybody except ignorant people and they come in all colors and genders.
I served for 8 years in the Navy, am straight and married, but you're a fool if you think gays were not in the military before it became "legal". Personally I think gays are born that way and couldn't "choose" to be straight anymore than I could choose to be gay. I also don't have a problem with gays serving or working wherever they choose. They were given full permission to march in the parade by the Defense Department so nobody violated the UCMJ. http://security.blogs.cnn.com/2012/07/20/u-s-military-can-wear-uniform-in-san-diego-gay-pride-parade-defense-department/ I seriously hope none of you bigots have a family member who is gay :( It's liberal policies that will destroy america, not gay people. Get over it already!
See it with your own eyes fool: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=neGbKHyGuHU Just because the racists Holder dropped the case doesn't mean it didn't happen! http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/07/14/AR2010071405880.html
Anybody can register to vote fairly easily in any state with little identification or proof of citizenship and there are many known cases of the "dead" voting. The GOP is purging non-citizens who the Democrats would love for them to vote but they can't legally and purging people who have died so really what is your beef? That the GOP dare purge non-citizens and the dead from voter rolls?
Par for the course watching MSNBC. At least when you listen to the journalist on Fox they actually sound balanced and ask tough questions from both parties. Fox certainly has their "opinion" shows also that are very biased for the GOP but MSNBC constantly has biased "journalists" which should have their own opinion show. No wonder faith in journalism is at an all time low of 21%
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Katie Pavlich Takes On NYT Columnist

micah17 Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:57 AM
Now 20+ million people will have health care coverage at the expense of the 50% (mostly middle class) that pays for it. Reducing costs are fairly easy: Lower mandatory insurance regulations Allow people to shop for health insurance across state lines. Allow people to shop for health insurance like they shop for car insurance picking and choosing how much coverage they want. Increase fraud detection within Medicaid/Medicare which looses more money in fraud (50+ billion per year) than every US insurance company makes in profit.
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Katie Pavlich Takes On NYT Columnist

micah17 Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 10:19 AM
I was frustrated by Katie's reply also. He clearly said it was a tax and said it was a tax that "most" people wouldn't have to pay. Instead of her saying he said it wasn't a tax she should have said the FACT that 50% of the USA pays 0% income tax already and they will be the ones that won't have to pay for healthcare coverage on the backs of the 50% who do pay taxes. Those taxes and our overall increase in healthcare premium costs will add thousands of dollars to every family budget that we already can not afford. It is the Government that drives healthcare costs through the roof. In 1970 only 30 mandated health insurance benefits were required. Today there are over 700 mandated health insurance benefits that are required.
He also mentioned she never rides the horse AFTER they clearly show video of her riding the horse??? Multiple sclerosis horse therapy is very common and useful, the hate is just dripping. I'd love to see his tax return and what he claims as a "business expense". The Romney's didn't write the tax code but them like myself and everyone I know takes advantage of every dime the Government lets me keep.
Not to be rude but what part of "Domestic Drone Use" did you not understand? Satellites (both private and Government) can already easily track our every movements without warrants so this bill is mostly for show IMHO. http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2012/03/ff_nsadatacenter/all/1
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Holder in the Hot Seat

micah17 Wrote: Jun 07, 2012 12:26 PM
Agreed but the actual facts of Operation Fast and Furious will probably never come out but if Issa gets more whistle blowers to submit internal documentation Holder will at least be brought up for perjury but that's only 1 year in prison (per count) so let him rack them up.
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