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Yes Holder. Tell us why defining the enemy is such a waste of time. I believe it is in your bible, "Art of War." Sun Tzu says it best, Know Your Enemy. But yeah, i guess that isn't very helpful. Or maybe you have already defined your enemy. Apparently it is Fox News.
k. don't mean to be a conspirator, but is it really just coincidence that both NBC and CBS suffered two major losses, both odd, concurrent with the suspension of Brian Wiliams? just weird.
ok. so they didn't have name, addresses, photos of the victims--spin it any way you like. but INCREDIBLY disrespectful to call any murder victims "a bunch of folks!!!" I suppose the poor girl just killed by isis was also "random." And how might he describe her? "Some girl over in the Middle East"
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Verbivore Wrote: Feb 10, 2015 1:48 PM
right most of the time:, No. not required. encouraged. educated. Make it easily available. Most parents will make the right choice. And yes, I would send my kids to school. My problem is that "requiring" leads to a slippery slope from which there is no turning back. I believe you have to let people make their own choices. That said, a school can make it's own choices too. It can require vaccination or no attendance. But not the gov't.
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Verbivore Wrote: Feb 10, 2015 12:28 PM
All well and good Dr. Sowell, if so much of the autism/vaccine connection were merely scientific study. It's not. Much of it comes from personal observation. You cannot convince a parent that A does not equal B. If a child is healthy up until the vaccine and then the day after starts to fall into a stupor, quits speaking, and turns away, the logical assumption for a parent is that the vaccine caused it, scientific studies be dammed. Not saying the parent's are right, just saying, the heart tells you things that science needs to prove otherwise. and it hasn't. Consider: for how many years have we been told, "being cold does not make you catch a cold?" Yeah, ok. And did you believe it? I didn't. and now, lo and behold! (well, you can research and see what the latest scientific minds now believe.) Anyway, I did a thesis on Autism in 1980. At the time, NO ONE knew what it was. No one knew what i was researching. It was an anomaly. Since then, I've worked in classrooms filled with autistics. It's commonplace and very prevalent! I don't know the cause either. It may be genetic, it may be environment, and it may be vaccine. All that aside, doesn't the conservative mind bristle and shudder at the idea of government enforced vaccines of ANY kind??
oops, "would he advocate, as he does NOW,"
so, for arguments sake, lets say Obama is right and the Crusaders were just as brutal, just as random, just as morally bankrupt. would he advocate then, as he does not, for #operation extreme patience? or whatever he is calling it--not quite the same ring as Shock and Awe though, is it?
praying, perhaps. but to whom? That's an odd prayer hands position. observe the way muslims pray and how they hold their hands.
why? he's been like that since the beginning. The mask is starting to slip. Or maybe he's teasing and taking it off a little at a time.
something not in sync for sure. And also, what is that photo of him praying? Looks more like an Imam in prayer than a follower of Jehovah.
Obama sounds exactly like some of the trolls on townhall. he trots out the "well, Christians are bad people too," argument. Removing everything from context. No understanding of history. And no understanding of Yeshua and his message. the trolls tend to cut and paste their "fine tuned" arguments. Wonder where Obama got his? Oh, and also, Jonah Goldberg, no, we are not all descended from cavemen who crushed skulls. Remember the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob? Yeah, that God.
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