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...I'll grant he was inarticulate and didn't qualify his statement, but I'm really not sure how it's exactly a "gaffe". It just sounds to me that while he considers gay marriage not as reprehensible as child molestation (which victimizes children), he still considers it as unnatural and misguided as incest (which is a similarly "victimless crime" that nonetheless has consequences). ...Or are you saying that this is somehow a bigoted or foolish stance to take, Ms. Seman? If so, I think you want to examine your knee-jerk reflexes. They're misfiring.
Uncle Sam Walton. Wal-Mart IS the face of America. A model of efficiency, prosperity, and frugality centered on allowing people to pursue what benefits them best in each their own way. The "evil" side of Wal-Mart is always a reflection of what government forces it to do, such as seek overseas production to lower costs because stateside-built products are made too expensive by regulation. Their "monopoly" of the market is the result of lack of competition, because competitors are finding it harder and harder to get any momentum in an economy in which the government squashes small-business ventures. Wal-Mart's problems are rarely, if ever, the result of bad policy purely from the company itself. It's time we started looking at those who are really to blame.
Whoa, whoa, WHOA. This from the same Ginsburg who argued that the U.S. Constitution is inferior to those used in third-world countries? What kind of two-faced B.S. is this? The Constitution doesn't say jack-squat about ANY kind of marriage, and has nothing to do with marriage. How in God's name did she ever pass bar with logic like that?
He never limited it to women. That was something Ms. Andrews inferred for reasons unknown. Mr. Mises went out of his way to condemn sluts of both genders; he did not discriminate. Read the article she linked to, if you doubt me.
That's what I'd like to know. Apparently I can reply to comments but can't make any of my own.
How so? Are you saying that we should not have the freedom of speech to express our disapproval of what we see as immoral behavior? Is the right to fornicate more important to you than the right to hold and express an opinion? Real champion of freedom, you are.
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