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When Good Intentions Are Not Enough

Robert2424 Wrote: Jun 25, 2014 4:17 PM
Yes, The mark of liberalism is that they do it with other people's money.
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When Good Intentions Are Not Enough

Robert2424 Wrote: Jun 25, 2014 1:42 PM
Yes. It is not very detailed. You click on the map to see which cities the organizations are in. The District of Columbia, for example, has a tag for the Family Research Council and the Traditional Values Coalition, both of which are Christian, pro-family groups. The terrorist who shot the building manager at FRC reportedly had TVC next on his list.
Yes. And I believe he would have had problems even if tens of thousands of illegal immigrant children were not being lured over the border by Obama. That crystalized the sense of lawlessness and no sheriff in town.
The following is a graphic from a CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) online slide presentation, "HIV Surveillance in Adolescents and Young Adults" [1]– breaking down the incidence of HIV among young men ages 13-24. In 2011, an astonishing 94.9 percent of HIV diagnoses among teenage boys (13-19-years-old) were linked to homosexual ("male-to-male") sex. And 94.1 percent of the cases among young men ages 20-24 (more analysis follows graphic) were from "gay" sex: ________________________ [1] Produced by the CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD & TB Prevention, a division of HIV/AIDS Prevention. Data is for 2008-2011.
The charge of "campaigns of personal villification" is a flat-out lie, concocted from the idea that noting any downsides to the behavior itself as well as the possibility of change constitutes "personal villification."
Denial and name-calling will not change the fact that homosexual behavior is profoundly unhealthy, especially for men and boys, as documented not only in major medical journals but by pro-gay sites such as the now-defunct gayhealth.com. Calling someone hateful for noting this is like calling someone a hater for pointing out the dangers of smoking. What's more compassionate -- trying to help people avoid serious consequences or pushing them toward the behavior in order to appear "tolerant?" Your mischaracterization of motive and fact here is truly hateful.
It's a twofer for them; it keeps people distracted from what's really important, and it weakens the institutions that stand between individuals and an all-powerful state: marriage, the family, the church, private groups, communities....
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The Whopper Temptation

Robert2424 Wrote: Mar 04, 2014 12:08 PM
THE MSM itself is failing miserably, but it is taking far too long.
Good points, all. Tailhook and the Clarence Thomas "high tech lynching" would have been good additions.
Nor necessarily, but we do need a revival and mass resistance.
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