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Plan B is a Big Deal

nanblan Wrote: May 05, 2013 6:32 AM
hoping that parents who learn that their young daughters are taking Plan B will start suing the federal government for taking their parental rights away, as well as encouraging their children to take a drug with such inherent medical dangers/effects. The approval of such a strong drug for use by young teenage girls who aren’t able to fully comprehend its ultimate effects is mind-boggling to me. I’m very glad I don’t have any daughters, and I feel a whole lot of empathy for those who do.
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Plan B is a Big Deal

nanblan Wrote: May 05, 2013 6:28 AM
This article is very enlightening for those of us who care about teenage girls. The information confirms my suspicions that a drug with such a critical purpose must have some potentially dangerous health implications for young girls, especially with repeated use. In addition to the potential side effects of Plan B, I'm also extremely concerned that sexually active young people will start relying on the drug as their only form of birth control . . . after all, how much easier can it get? This would greatly reduce the use of condoms, therefore putting these kids at great risk for aids and STD's. I wonder if the FDA or liberals pushing the availability of this drug have even thought or care about this possible consequence. Last, I’m...
Part 2 of Comment in the U.S. on a permanent basis. Although he says certain conditions would be required in order for them to move forward toward citizenship (having a job, paying taxes, paying fines,) what happens to those who can't or won't work, and/or are financially unable to make such payments? Well, as far as I can tell, they would be allowed to stay here regardless, because there is no legalese indicating they would be deported for failing to meet such requirements. Worse, this situation would drain our economy because they would all eventually end up on welfare. Last, I don't know how Rubio can make the assertion that the cost for all this "legal" “de facto amnesty” won't be a problem because they'll be contributing to the...
Rubio is totally ignorant if he's counting on Homeland Security to produce honest information about implementing additional measures to secure our border, thereby fulfilling the goals of the so-called "triggers" in the bill (which must be met before illegals are issued green cards.) They have consistently lied about the number of illegals they have and are currently deporting, and keep claiming that the borders are safer than ever before. Of course, that's a bunch of bull. In addition, Rubio claims that this bill would provide a better situation than the present "de facto amnesty." How so? On the contrary, this legislation would make "de facto amnesty" even stronger, because all illegals would be automatically allowed to stay in the...
They're nothing but a bunch of idiots who have no idea what it's like to live in the real world.
It'll be interesting to see how much this story is covered by the MSM . . . and especially Piers Morgan on MSNBC. If he doesn't report it, he most definitely needs to be called on it.
I'm sorry, but I just can't believe the Clinton illness stories until someone can produce actual proof. For example, were any photographs taken of her in the hospital or of her husband and/or daughter visiting? Also, why didn't her doctors hold news conference(s) giving updates on her condition/progress, which is often the norm with prominent/famous individuals? Instead, all reports on her condition(s) were given by a Hillary "spokesperson". If anyone has proof, I'd be more than happy to retract my misbeliefs. Until then, I contend that it all just seems too convenient. Oh, and by the way, has Hillary actually committed to a specific date at which to testify? Once again, I won't believe it until I see it.
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GOP Strategic Retreat?

nanblan Wrote: Dec 16, 2012 6:34 AM
I wish Larry would stop characterizing the Republican party in such negative terms. I feel this is one reason we lost the most important presidential election in our nation's history. Our own party bought into the idea pushed by the left that we were a failure. I personally don't buy it. Going into the election, Romney & Obama were virtually tied in most swing states. In the end, Obama somehow "magically" won them all. Due to the numerous reports of voter fraud on the part of the left, I'm not surprised. It’s obvious Obama used whatever means necessary to”win.” Since then, Larry and other Republicans have continually berated their own party, only furthering the negative stereotype perpetuated by the left. It's time for this to stop.
These stories remind me of another government who picked & chose those who should live or die. In Nazi Germany, most people who were gassed/murdered were the very young, the elderly & those in poor health. This was due to the belief that only those who could contribute to government via slave labor were deemed "valuable" & allowed to live. The rest received a death sentence because they were useless to the regime. It appears that Great Britain has the same beliefs; when infants are born ill, they are perceived to be of no use to the government, & therefore allowed to die. It's the same with the elderly; they're no longer able to positively contribute in terms of work production, so they are denied life-saving medical procedures.
While all presidents are a bit narcissistic, Obama outshines them by 1,000 percent. It really is unbelievable how great he thinks he is, when in the end, he'll most likely go down as the very worst president in U.S. history.
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