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Utter rubbish! If you want real PTSD, go to the battlefield. Otherwise, stay in your little editing rooms with a Starbucks triple latte and keep quiet.
The only thing a government can do about rights is restrict them.
PS: The difference between the Christian who tries, but falls short, and the hypocrite is that the Christian knows where to turn, and tries to follow the path, while the hypocrite might know that, but has no intention of following.
I don't suppose it will come s a surprise to note that neither Moses nor David were Christians (hint: they were Jews). Peter was one of the first Christians, but like most of us, he was mortal, living in a time when being Christian could get you crucified. He overcame that early hesitancy.
.A Progressive is someone who lives with the haunting fear that someone, something, somewhere is not being taxed.
Gowdy has been running rampant over clueless witnesses for a while now, but nothing of substance has happened (other than to provide hours of glee for conservatives). Like ibs2 said, what difference is any of this going to make?
Washington said, "I could tell a lie, but I will not". Obama sez, "I might be able to tell the truth, but I will not".
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The Net Neutrality Tax Hike

Michael1148 Wrote: Nov 15, 2014 3:15 PM
This is just another case of "sell the title, deliver the fine print". They did it with Obamacare - who could be opposed to "The Affordable Care Act"? The problem is, the fine print delivered higher costs across the board. Who could be opposed to "Net Neutrality"? Take a look at what the fine print delivers: more taxes, more fees. Just take a look at the details in your phone bill - even the simplest, cheapest pans have 4 or 5 lines of taxes and fees. The fine print also delivers more regulation, and therefore more government control. The minute Obama came out in favor of it, red flags went up all over the place.
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Look Who's Data Mining Your Toddlers

Michael1148 Wrote: Oct 21, 2014 12:48 AM
That's the beauty of computers and Big Data. We can measure everything, Just like the nice, scientifically-minded Germans in the 1940s: http://rvangurp.wordpress.com/2009/03/22/7-anthropometry-craniometry-and-the-mismeasure-of-man/ "Anthropometry, and specifically cranial measurement, was used to distinguish racial differences and intellectual capacity. "
I agree that leaving noisily is impolite. If they intended to leave, perhaps they should have stayed home. However, it doesn't match the liberal elite's behavior at at least two occasions where a conservative gave a commencement speech - they turned their chars around and faced away from the podium.
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