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Why Don Opposes Capital Rape

Seth32 Wrote: Apr 22, 2013 7:42 AM
The only people involved in rape who deserve capital punishment are the "doctors" committing the murder. The rapists shouldn't die; they should have their balls crushed between two bricks with no anesthesia. Then they can never rape again, and they'll be walking examples of the consequences of rape. Besides that, I think the punishment should fit the crime, and rape /= murder.
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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

Seth32 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 2:36 AM
Romney will only change his opinion if someone with more money than the Federal Reserve offers to pay for his campaign instead.
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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

Seth32 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 2:35 AM
A vote for Romney is a vote for Romney (R). A vote for Obama is a vote for Obama (D). A withheld vote is a withheld vote. A vote for Johnson is a vote for Johnson (L). A vote for Goode is a vote for Goode (C). A vote for Stein is a vote for Stein (G). A vote for Anderson is a vote for Anderson (J). It is mighty arrogant of you to assume that every withheld vote and every vote for Johnson, Goode, Stein, or Anderson would automatically go to Romney if those four weren't running. Truth is, votes for a third party help EITHER main candidate.
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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

Seth32 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 2:34 AM
A vote for Romney is a vote for Romney (R). A vote for Obama is a vote for Obama (D). A withheld vote is a withheld vote. A vote for Johnson is a vote for Johnson (L). A vote for Goode is a vote for Goode (C). A vote for Stein is a vote for Stein (G). A vote for Anderson is a vote for Anderson (J). It is mighty arrogant of you to assume that every withheld vote and every vote for Johnson, Goode, Stein, or Anderson would automatically go to Romney if those four weren't running. Truth is, votes for a third party help EITHER main candidate.
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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

Seth32 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 2:34 AM
A vote for Romney is a vote for Romney (R). A vote for Obama is a vote for Obama (D). A withheld vote is a withheld vote. A vote for Johnson is a vote for Johnson (L). A vote for Goode is a vote for Goode (C). A vote for Stein is a vote for Stein (G). A vote for Anderson is a vote for Anderson (J). It is mighty arrogant of you to assume that every withheld vote and every vote for Johnson, Goode, Stein, or Anderson would automatically go to Romney if those four weren't running. Truth is, votes for a third party help EITHER main candidate.
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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

Seth32 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 2:33 AM
A vote for Romney is a vote for Romney (R). A vote for Obama is a vote for Obama (D). A withheld vote is a withheld vote. A vote for Johnson is a vote for Johnson (L). A vote for Goode is a vote for Goode (C). A vote for Stein is a vote for Stein (G). A vote for Anderson is a vote for Anderson (J). It is mighty arrogant of you to assume that every withheld vote and every vote for Johnson, Goode, Stein, or Anderson would automatically go to Romney if those four weren't running. Truth is, votes for a third party help EITHER main candidate.
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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

Seth32 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 2:33 AM
And you, my friend, are one helluva classy SOB. You see what ad hominem attacks do? Absofreakinglutely nothing. All you've proven is that you don't have a reasonable argument against wmou's own. You lose by default.
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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

Seth32 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 2:29 AM
Replacing Obama with Romney is a TERRIBLE idea. Both candidates are equally horrible and are gong to run America into the ground. Better to let the second-term Democrat do it than a first-term Republican. (1) Public opinion toward the Democratic Party will be lower thanks to eight years of Obama, so it will be harder for a new Democrat to run. (2) When Mittens utterly fails in his campaign for President once again, the GOP will have another opportunity to nominate a true conservative such as Rand. (3) There won't be an incumbent Mittens in basically an identical position to Obama currently where his own party members wish he wasn't running.
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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

Seth32 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 2:24 AM
Some of us real conservatives out there would rather see Obama win again than Romney. Before you stone me for treason, the reason is simple: There is 0% chance a true conservative candidate of the ilk of Reagan or Paul will ever be on the Democrat ticket, but there IS a chance that the Republican Party can be salvaged. If Obama wins again, perhaps the GOP will nominate a real conservative for 2016—say, Rand Paul? America will hate the Democrat Party even more, and we won't have to worry about an incumbent buffoon Romney running the US into the ground. Since both Obama and Romney will ruin this country, I'd rather have Obama do it so the GOP doesn't look quite as bad.
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How Mitt Romney Won My Vote

Seth32 Wrote: Oct 16, 2012 2:19 AM
Both take campaign contributions to the banks that got bailed out by Obama's stimulus package. That's just as immoral.
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