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Tortured Reasoning

Scrap Iron in Texas Wrote: Dec 16, 2014 6:46 AM
Would it really be so terrible if NYC and DC disappeared from the map? I might even add LA and SF to that list. I'm just sayin'...
I read a lot of Harry Turtledove. He writes alternate history stories, just like this one. This one is just as compelling and thought provoking. Good job, Kurt.
Emergency rooms should be able to triage out those that do not need emergency services. I have no problem with providing needed emergency care, but for every gun shot would or broken leg, there are many parents who bring their kids in with the sniffles.
Well, every single one of these people deserved to be burned alive/ I know it, you know it, the world knows it. They were not innocent. They were WHITE. They have too much privilege, and must suffer for their ancestors "crimes against humanity" (even if their ancestors came to this country in the 20th century). Understand, there are NO INNOCENT WHITE PEOPLE. (end sarcasm)
But...but...but... He was a VICTIM, doncha know. It wasn't HIS fault he was a criminal. It wasn't HIS fault he sold drugs. He HAD to use a child as a human sheild. The left works so hard to insure that there are enough "victims" for them to help.
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The Man Hating Media

Scrap Iron in Texas Wrote: Dec 12, 2014 6:29 AM
Is it possible for Phi Kappa Psi to sue Rolling Stone, and the author of the story, for libel? They should, if they can find a good attorney. A libel suit would helpo to slow down the left's desire to paint all white laccrosse players are rapists.
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Climate Catastrophe

Scrap Iron in Texas Wrote: Dec 10, 2014 7:03 AM
A little more CO2 isn't going to kill me, or you, anytime soon. You know what would? Yellowstone blowing its top. And its due to blow soon (in geological terms). If Yellowstone does blow, say goodbye to 2/3 of the USA and 80% of our farming. I'm just saying that man can do a little damage, but if the earth REALLY wanted to get rid of us, it could (in George Carlin's words) shake us off like a bad case of fleas.
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What's Rule of Law?

Scrap Iron in Texas Wrote: Dec 10, 2014 6:53 AM
One mustalso understand another distinction. Politicians make laws, bureaucrats make rules. (think about the DMV) And if you violate a rule, you have essentially commited a crime. Go ahead, violate some of the EPS or OSHA rules, and see what the outcome is.
Have y'all seen that vidoe by Chris Rock? I think the title is "How to not get your butt kicked by the police". The first suggestion is' DON'T BREAK THE LAW. In the movie "Liar, liar" Jim Carrey's character is asked by a client, arrested for ANOTHER crime, what he should do, Carrey responds "STOP BREAKING THE LAW:. As Michael Douglas said in the movie "The American President". "America is advanced citienship. Youhave to really want it". I believe these three quotes show the average person EXACTLY how to be a good citizzen (alog with many other quotes I have seen here_.
Exactly, CharlesE. If the peope want government to inspect the food, then the STATES should be doing it. Why do the states not DEMAND their 10th amendment rights? THAT is the real travesty of our existence.
It was not paid for by the University. It was paid for by a private investor.
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