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I was at the march today. It was fantastic to see the speakers, including Eric Cantor and James Dobson! The "march," is less of a march and more of a shuffle, just because there's so many people dedicated to protecting the unborn all there. "We love babies, yes we do, we love babies, how 'bout you?" was one of the chants. It was a fantastic experience, and I'll be sure to go next year too.
I don't see why Harsanyi and company see a need to object to this ad. I take it as being an advertisement that conveys a desire to support small business and the family farmer. That's fine with me. The one thing I would note, though, is that Chipotle is very much a "soulless factory line" operation, making it a bit ironic that they would produce this about agriculture given what goes on in their kitchens.
This is sadly not surprising. The MSM would rather cover a "courageous" woman and her "fabulous" shoes who defends "reproductive rights" on the side than an actual baby butcher with a body count.
By no means is our work done, but I'm happy to be able to celebrate a local victory!
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Why Did Gabriel Gomez Lose?

Stoic Patriot Wrote: Jun 28, 2013 4:31 PM
"Why Did Gabriel Gomez Lose?" "he’s exactly what many of the major donors in the Republican world claim they desperately want – a moderate on social issues." Golly, it's almost like Gomez lost because of who he is!
The Romney/Ryan ticket didn't lose because of Obamacare. Obamacare had, and still has, a solid majority who oppose it and want it overturned. In so far as Obamacare mattered at all in the election, it was that Romney took it off the table as an issue thanks to Romneycare. Romney lost because he was a poor candidate who inspired no one with a terrible record of flip-flopping that condescendingly spat on 47% of Americans.
This is the same old, big-tent, move-to-the-center, sell-out-conservatism schtick that the establishment's always sold us, but with slightly different packaging. Thanks but no thanks, Rand.
"On the other hand, while it’s certainly true that some of the most successful innovators and entrepreneurs never went to college -- Steve Jobs and Bill Gates are two famous names that come to mind" I don't know about Steve Jobs, but Bill Gates did go to college. He went to Harvard. He simply dropped out before graduating.
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Tom Ridge

Stoic Patriot Wrote: May 24, 2013 8:31 AM
Last I checked, Tom Ridge was the openly pro-abortion governor of Pennsylvania that turned a blind eye to monsters like Kermit Gosnell. What I'm most thankful for when it comes to his service is that he left.
I'm relieved to see that Gosnell was convicted, and that he will finally be made to answer for the atrocities he perpetrated against the innocent and helpless. It's a good day for America, and gives me hope that justice will indeed flourish in the United States.
"This is probably an unfair characterization of people who habitually smoke pot" Since when was accuracy "unfair"?
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