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The Youth on Abortion

Robert2086 Wrote: Apr 22, 2013 11:20 AM
So the Dred Scott decision upholding slavery was correct. Abraham Lincoln said it was not. He gave the best advice ever given about Supreme Court decisions. Ignore the Dred Scott decision, he said. It was a wrong decision, and it only applies to one court decision in any event.
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The Youth on Abortion

Robert2086 Wrote: Apr 22, 2013 11:16 AM
A Supreme Court decision is only an opinion, not a law. Laws come from Congress and state legislatures.
There is no debate. God does not recognize homosexual marriage. He does not recognize any form of sexual transgression as anything but sin. He already said that those who sin and do not repent will not enter heaven. The homosexual position is that if they can popularize their sin, God will have to accept it. So they are popularizing their sin.
I am not buying it. I see no reason why single Americans like me should have to pay higher taxes than homosexuals just because we do not participate in their sin.
The source of the problem was the judicial branch of government from the beginning. As long as Americans claim that judges are the source of laws, they will be unable to govern themselves. The people had a branch of government, the legislative branch, which represented them and which they could change. Now they say they completely reject that branch of government and want judges appointed for life to make all important decisions.
People who say they cannot control what they do have made a choice to not control what they do.
Homosexuality was never anything more than a mockery. There is no reason for homosexuality to exist. What you will find is that most things done by humans today is a mockery of some sort.
Marbury v. Madison 1803 was the Supreme Court case that started the problem. It allowed the Democratic Party to impose slavery on the United States through court decisions until Abraham Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation and got the 13th Amendment through Congress, re-asserting the powers of the other two branches of government. Roe v. Wade 1973 was the court case by which the Democratic Party again proclaimed the judicial branch to be the supreme source of legislation for the United States.
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Abortion: The New American Family Value

Robert2086 Wrote: Mar 02, 2013 10:59 PM
The only thing we are required to do is to stay out of your problem. We can vote against your pro-abortion candidates, but it is not likely than many more pro-life candidates will be elected in this government. The people of this country have chosen to be evil.
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Abortion: The New American Family Value

Robert2086 Wrote: Mar 02, 2013 10:54 PM
Actually, people who live moral lives do not need to get involved in the problem of abortion in any way.
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Abortion: The New American Family Value

Robert2086 Wrote: Mar 02, 2013 10:53 PM
Well, don't be so greedy, then. Designate some of your abundance to help the people you say you are so concerned about.
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