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Heh. I reject the shoe when someone else tries to force me to wear it.
I am firmly pro-life. I believe that abortion should be outlawed, except for cases of rape or incest. (I believe that if we don't legally allow this exception, the government's heavy, indiscriminate hand will cause more harm than good.) I also am neutral on the issue of implementing constitutional amendments defining personhood. I don't care whether personhood adherents endorse candidates that hold views similar to mine; just don't call them "pro-abortion," because such a statement is slander.
Do you call anyone who opposes trying to implement personhood amendments or feels that the law should grant exceptions for rape & incest "pro-abortion?"
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The Trouble with Multiculturism

Sword of Light Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 9:37 PM
You don't have to be multicultural to stay in touch with your roots. My American family is mutiracial, but not multicultural. European, Korean, African, and Jew are all there, via adoption. All of my adopted siblings had to adjust to our culture and language. But at the same time, my parents encouraged them to learn about their individual heritages if they wanted to. I believe that our family represents what is unique about America as a whole: we speak a common language and live a common culture, but are proud of our individual heritages.
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The Trouble with Multiculturism

Sword of Light Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 9:21 PM
We have the right to protect and promote the American culture. We just don't have the right to treat other races or ethnicities as inferior. That is different from culture.
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The Trouble with Multiculturism

Sword of Light Wrote: Jun 21, 2012 9:15 PM
So was Mein Kampf. And truth does not need to hide behind code-words, like your version of it.
I guess Jimmy Carter thinks he's black. How else would he explain all the criticism that he has received over the years for his dismal presidential record?
I don't worship my "elder brothers in the faith." I worship YHWH. Every true Christian does. And every true Christian has a greater appreciation for the meaning of being Chosen than you do. God still has a significant purpose for the Jews. You mess with Jews, you mess with God.
Wrong again, dodger.
I figured you would be.
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