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Learning from Lincoln: Both Onscreen and Off

RGR25 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 11:58 AM
Well, of course, he was a Republican.
In response to:

Learning from Lincoln: Both Onscreen and Off

RGR25 Wrote: Dec 08, 2012 11:57 AM
Wow. A Clown Hall History lesson, all in one thread. And to think, all these years I've been resourcing books, letters, biographies, and historians. What a waste of time.
YOu might try stepping out of that Norman Rockwell cover for a minute and read something other than Town Hall for a change. Babies who are abandoned, neglected, do not thrive, and are born with ongenital illnesses that require millions of dollars and hours just to keep them breathing are about a little more and Ward and June Cleaver deciding to abdicate their reponsibilities.
I would like to see you write that when medical options become free for dying people.
Henry does not discuss arguments. She rants on about people. It's personal. Are you comprehension challenged? Words mean something. Unless, of course you are just one of the Clown Hall collection of angry, misanthropic shut ins.
Maybe one of your 30 cats will help you out.
Marie, why don't you tell us what a "corrupt soul" is, specifically?
What is sexual immorality, Marie? Anyone who has sex without a religious ceremony to condone it?
I'm assuming that "nuclear family" that you are praising can also include same-sex parents.
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