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My Apology to Mormon Readers

Primoofthemonth Wrote: Jun 05, 2013 12:02 PM
Remember this portion of the article that started this discussion? "Put simply, I want to be remembered as someone who feared the judgment of an eternal God more than he feared the judgment of future generations." I am guessing that Dr. Adams would be able to change out the "future generations" for current Mormons.
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Why Does Adam Levine Hate America?

Primoofthemonth Wrote: May 29, 2013 12:46 PM
This is the same strategy that my 7 year old uses when he says something inappropriate to or about his sister.
I hope Villaraigosa is not in charge of counting votes come election day.
It would seem that the liberal thinking is that women who prefer abortions would be willing to break the law and endanger their lives in order to preserve the ability to kill an unborn child. Sounds disrespectful to women in my opinion.
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Which Obama Gaffe Is Worse?

Primoofthemonth Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 3:59 PM
These are both pretty rough mistakes. I would suggest the "private sector" comment is worse because it seems to be more of a propaganda statement as opposed to a legitimate mistake.
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Which Obama Gaffe Is Worse?

Primoofthemonth Wrote: Jun 09, 2012 3:52 PM
Fantastic observation
The problem with progressive thinking is that the progressives of the future will deem today's progressives as being wrong.
Why would they allow a pro-gay advcate to masquerade as an anti-bullying activist?
Thanks John - After posting I did some research and even though I could not find the official number I did come across a very interesting article by Larry Walker Jr.
Honest question here: Did the 5.3% average under Bush include those that have given up looking for jobs? I can't imagine the left wanting to use that in a debate because it would force the point with the mythical 8.2% today but I was curious to make sure I can argue point for point.
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