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My Gender Is 'Fill In The Blank'

Nos Nevets Wrote: Feb 28, 2015 3:01 AM
Hey, if you reject the notion of TRUTH, all bet's are off. . . . until REALITY strikes: Suppose a trans-male were-she-wolf actually found a veterinarian claiming to be well-trained in treating trans-male were-she-wolves. Do you think that's where 'zee' will head when hit by prostate cancer or preeclampsia?
wusses. conservatives conserve. scared of change.
The obvious Dem answer to #7 is: Who?
I'd like to hear the Nobel Peace Prize committee's assessment. Really, I would. I wish some reporter would go interview them all.
Mud: Woz is pretty much right about the PATRIOT Act allowing tossing large chunks of the Constitution. Woz: Constitution _should_ trump & toss out large chunks of the PATRIOT Act. Both: PATRIOT Act was Bipartisan, hardly an abstainer in sight, a mob reaction, (tho Rs dominated at the time). Before it's first reauthorization, Senator Sununu (R), NH, was the sole holdout demanding removal of much (not all) that was objectionable. He was my senator and I took him to task on radio call in after the initial mob action. He hadn't read it, just followed the mob, to his shame. I sent him the act with my concerns marked. Years later, it paid off, to his credit. It's still too much, & I think(?) a 2nd reauthorization under Democrat control restored some bad parts.
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Is Liberalism Exhausted?

Nos Nevets Wrote: Feb 27, 2015 1:21 AM
Apropo of nothing? Of how much I care about NBC, or Fox. Is there a difference between NBC & MSNBC? Don't answer. I don't care.
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Is Liberalism Exhausted?

Nos Nevets Wrote: Feb 27, 2015 1:20 AM
I admit it, my first reaction would have been, "A canary?! In a mine? How'd he get down here?"
Has anyone challenged Mr. Obama face to face to explain his assertion? “Islam has been woven into the fabric of America since its founding." Say, in a press conference?
"Cylvia Hayes, Kitzhaber’s fiancé" fiancée, An extra e. Call me sexist. But that's wrong, too. No ring & a date? : "insignificant other" Accent on the 1st syllable: INsignificant Other.
Mark-John, We agree on much, but we differ one one point that perhaps shapes how we look for answers. I said: "Conservatives" conserve. They like the status quo. Change is painful." You say: "Conservatives conserve THAT WHICH WORKS. It has nothing to do with resistance to change." & "That does NOT include this bloated Tyranny." In 1989, USSR conservatives were hard-line communists. In 1776, American conservatives were Tories. Both supported tyrannies, both did not want change. Today, I think conservatives/Republicans/RINOS are motivated by 2 forces, both deeply rooted in the conservative nature. (a) 'traditional conservative values' as the term is affectionately used in Townhall. (b) resistence to any change. Townhall readers tend toward (a). GOP establishment tends toward (b). Pushing hard for (a) means real change: there's not much left to conserve. It will be painful. Jindal sounds like he may be willing to lead that charge. If enough grass-root Republicans side with him, we may be able to force the GOP establishment in congress choose a painful (a) and abandoning (b). Or they can caucus with their fellow Statists on the other dies of the aisle. Keep (b), abandon (a). I hope they choose the former, but the latter at least gives clarity. The USA will always have exactly 2 viable parties. (Explaining why is a separate treatise.) Currently the dichotomous choice is: SLOW growth big gov't (R) - vs. - FAST growth big gov't (D). I want the debate to change to: SHRINK gov't (R) - vs. - GROW gov't (D) Respectfully, NN
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The Cancer of Multiculturalism

Nos Nevets Wrote: Feb 25, 2015 10:31 AM
Sorry. I've been hanging around them too much when I start thinking their lingo is normal. That's scary. Agtually, I also see the same with governmental entities, too. United Nations agencies (which you fund) USAID (which you fund) European governments' aid (hey, you might be funding them, too.)
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