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It would be nice if the Democrats put as much time, thought and effort into governing wisely and well. But that's not going to happen.
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My Speech to Minnesota Youth for Life

Weegie2 Wrote: Feb 03, 2014 7:06 AM
A follow-up question regarding abortion in cases of rape is whether it is beneficial or negative, psychologically, for the raped woman who becomes pregnant to then have an abortion. Since I've never seen any pro-choice person refer to a study showing that it benefits women psychologically to abort a pregnancy caused by rape, I tend to assume that it is because such benefit is non-existent. I keep asking them anyway.
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Liberal Rag: More Despotism Please

Weegie2 Wrote: Feb 03, 2014 6:56 AM
Your anecdote is not credible. Nor does it mean anything. And it has no bearing on this article. It sounds more like petty partisan whining and moaning. If liberals are supposed to be "educated" and "intellectual", you sure don't post that way.
Small words from a small man. His leftist myopia leaves him trapped in a desire to exist only within a left-wing echo chamber. And, it is clear that he is full of hatred and intolerance of others - a core and key left-wing trait. He's still a good actor. Just a lousy person.
Other than name recognition, what does Trump really bring to the table? Will he attract non-Republican Party registered voters? If he's the best GOP candidate to be found in NY, that's a very sad commentary on the state of the party in NY.
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Congress cuts funding for horse slaughter

Weegie2 Wrote: Jan 17, 2014 6:58 AM
If the US funds inspections for other slaughterhouses, then refusing to fund slaughterhouse inspection for horse processing is capricious and arbitrary. Either legal processing inspection is funded, or it is not. Bias against one type of meat processing is not what I'd consider to be good Constitutional legislation. Of course, I do not anthromorphize animals, and have no romantic notions that horses are any better than steer when it comes to being a source of meat. If Congress doesn't want horse slaughter, then they should cowboy up and ban it, not cut funding for inspections so slaughterhouses cannot open. This weasel method is for cowards and stooges.
Perhaps you need to think about it more. First, look at the geometric increase in police SWAT-style responses over the past 10 years, which will occur more when they see that the house they're responding to has registered weapons. Second, anytime they decide to ban some kind of long gun, they can go back to those people and demand they surrender them or be considered a criminal. Confiscation won't start out big, just a matter of getting those bad-looking "assault" guns out of circulation. People do not agree with the left's need to require people to register with government in order to exercise their rights.
The only cure for affluenza is execution.
I tend to hesitate when something occurs that reinforces significantly my views. It always seems like news too good (i.e. aligned with my views on Democrats) to be true. Regarding embassies to the Vatican, I am curious how many other countries maintain such embassies, rather than just using their embassies in Rome, and when we established that embassy. There is also the fact that the US embassy in Rome is less than 2 miles from the US embassy in the Vatican City. Before taking umbrage and heaping all kinds of disparagement on Obama for this (he well deserves all of the other criticisms), shouldn't we first take a look at all the facts? Is the Pope really going to be "insulted" because the US Ambassador to the Vatican is now 2 miles further away?
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Stupid Stuff My President Says

Weegie2 Wrote: Nov 22, 2013 8:07 AM
"But conservatives are satisfied with the way things are." This is typical of the delusional inner narrative that liberals have constantly droning on in their heads. Facts don't alter that narrative in any way - for them their narrative trumps reality. It's pitiful, really. Yo goldi - what do you think the Tea Party protests were all about? Happiness with the way things are?
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On S****ing in Sarah Palin's Mouth

Weegie2 Wrote: Nov 20, 2013 7:59 AM
The left's slide into the cultural gutter matches its slide into the moral gutter and the intellectual gutter. It's a gutter political philosophy that drags everything into the gutter. Bashir is just another low-class, low-intellect leftist tool.
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