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Megyn Kelly And The Abortion Phile

Wendy in AR Wrote: Dec 10, 2014 9:53 PM
Whoa, wow, really? "Anything" human does deserve full protection under the Constitution! That 5-year-old has full protection from abuse, murder, etc with absolutely no right to vote. If you take what you said to the logical end, no one who is not eligible to vote does not "deserve" full legal protection as a person. This is of course beyond ridiculous.
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Do We Need Corporal Punishment?

Wendy in AR Wrote: Sep 21, 2014 2:14 PM
Correlation is NOT causation. Correlation is NOT causation. Correlation is NOT causation. Correlation is NOT causation. And, in case anyone missed the point, Correlation is NOT causation. A comes before B. Just because B exists, does not automatically mean A caused it.
The difference is a double standard. There should be no difference. But there is.
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Texas Shows the Way on Abortion

Wendy in AR Wrote: Aug 04, 2014 12:58 PM
The feminization of our culture has punished those men as patriarchical, overbearing, "rape-culture" beasts, or has written them off as buffoons, losers, wimps, etc. Feminists have forced their vision of men on the rest of us, and in the process has trivialized the traditional, familial roles of both men and women.
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Raw Numbers for School Shootings

Wendy in AR Wrote: Jun 30, 2014 9:46 AM
There were 'resource officers' in my public high school back in the 1980's. Yes, they were uniformed policemen, up to and including holstered firearms. They were there not because morons wanted to shoot people, but because there were drug dealers with weapons trying to get on campus and get access to 'customers'. The bad guys knew the good guys were there and that they were armed. There were no shootings at my high school.
If it just happened this afternoon, they probably don't have more info to give yet.
I have yet to hear any reason whatsoever that I should care what a football player/basketball player/actor/famous WHATEVER does on his or her own time. Do I think homosexual behavior is sinful? Yes, and and so is heterosexual behavior when it exceeds the limits God designed for said behaviors, be those behaviors of a sexual nature, greed, thievery, lying or any other numerous transgressions. I firmly believe what the Bible says, that ALL OF US have sinned and fall sort of the Glory of God. ALL of us. Every one, every person who has ever lived and breathed have sinned and need to repent and change our lives into the image of Jesus. Back to the original idea here, I don't know this person at all, therefore have no avenue to approach him and show him God's better way. therefore, again, what reason does he force his personal information on me when I do not need to know? Otherwise, please cease dragging me into your bedroom, and I promise not to drag you into mine.
I may not be correct, but I got the impression from the article that this sentence referenced mostly people on Obama's "side of the isle", not all people with an abundance of skin pigmentation. Outside of that, I completely agree with you!
I assume you also agree that a photographer should be able to choose her clients on whatever basis she chooses (and not to shoot same sex 'marriage'), bakers to bake cakes for who they choose (same event) and so on? If not, you are deliberately inconsistent.
Treason does not have to (only) be taking up of arms, in this case subverting and disobeying the law, applying it unevenly, and disregarding the Constitution of the United States.
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