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Republicans Nullifying Conservatives

Wendy60 Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 3:03 PM
The Oklahoma legislature did the right thing. Personhood is such a ridiculous concept, even the pro-lifers in Mississippi rejected it. The Personhood USA activists get donor money to spend their lives going from state to state and haranguing legislators and their constituents with destructive, emotional garbage, but I bet Oklahomans have more important things to worry about - like how big government is killing the economy, where are the jobs, and are their assets secure.
Origanalist Again Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 3:06 PM
You are all against big government, until it's about allowing you to kill your offspring.

The hypocracy is stunning.
Kruelhunter Wrote: Apr 22, 2012 12:03 PM
Exactly what is it that gives you or anyone else the right to make that decision in place of the individual most involved? Certainly it is nothing in your Christian theology.
Louie13 Wrote: Apr 23, 2012 6:45 PM
K.22,“Thou shalt not Murder” is most certainly part of Judeo-Christian teaching, it is a revealed commandment of God, you know, the Judeo-Christian God you reject, and yes, he does have the “right to make that decision”. When one appears before God for judgment, he will not ask about your wealth or economy, but whether you have kept his law.

Louie

After the primary is over and the Republican establishment wins, the usual suspects line up to give the rest of us out here in the grassroots a sanctimonious lesson in party unity.

But after a series of unfortunate events like what took place in Oklahoma this week, with Republicans and not Democrats nullifying conservatives, the whole “rah-rah go team GOP” thing is becoming a tougher pill for some conservatives to swallow.

Oklahoma is among the reddest of red states. Republicans dominate state government there, possessing 31 of the 48 seats in the Oklahoma Senate and 68 of the 99 seats in...