There were no tears, no big consultation conversation.
Saranana You do good work here, although reading your site makes me sick. I wish everyone would figure out that fear-mongering creates a hateful, unproductive nation. To call people ignorant and subscribe to this disgusting garbage is just plain sad.
Bluinc This site is so hypocritical. Anyone can find dirt on anyone else. Your commie fag freinds write outrageous stuff on those sites every day.
Until you publish a sister site that highlights all their socialist, godless atheistic crap that is posted every minute, you all are just biased idiots that have fallen for liberal commie brainwashing.
You all just hate that there is finally a mainstream media outlet that exposes you liberal atheists communists for what they are…a cancer on the world.
We are here to stay. Anonymous First of all, CNN. And while you have a point, the major difference between Fox and other online networks is that on CNN, Yahoo, MSNBC, et al, these sorts of comments are trolls and as such, are voted down, where on Fox, bigotry is the dominant school of thought because that audience is exactly what Fox attracts.
There is no rock that you can skitter under that I or someone else cannot lift up. Anonymous Actually, the lacrosse one is kind of true. GunTotingLib I am guilty of feeling pretty indifferent to Danish cartoonists.
BEST Shaun80us I find it funny that you just proved bigotry by saying democrats are bigots to military veterans,Christians,Jews, and so forth. Willful ignorance is a sin. Willful belief in a lie or distortion and spreading it by word is a sin.
Our speech is free. We must exercise that right with moral rectitude. Suggest you read commentary on 9th Commandment and sins of the tongue. Slug A Thug Jews i am not one arent out to hurt anyone.
Its the islamic muslims that want to kill jews. If Egypt threw all their weapons into the sea… there would be peace… if Israel threw all their weapons into the sea. Jews can tolerate muslims… but muslims cant tolerate jews.
The idea of peace talks is and always will end up in failure. Muslims all have their issues but the Saudis do not allow Christian churches or Bibles in their country, while Iran has Christian churches. I am not saying they are perfectly tolerant, but I am sick of the one-sided statement that Iran is the biggest sponsor of terror.
ISIS never got one penny of Iranian money. Putin has the right idea: That is the only way to peace, NOT demonizing one country while cooperating with the other — even if it supports terror.
There is a difference between freedom, which democrats embrace and intolerance, demonstrated by the republicans. Freedom of religion and the expression thereof is a right.
No where in the Constitution does it say you have the right not to be offended. In fact, as long as freedom of speech exists, it is impossible to avoid being offended.
What liberals want is absolute freedom without consequence. Get pregnant, murder your unborn baby. Happen to have an abnormal biological urge, indulge it.
If it feels good, do it, and damn the consequences. The problem is, no man is an island, and the consequences we incur ripple outward. Consequence is not always individual. MeMyselfandI Im not sure who your rant is directed at.
Im a Liberal, but nothing like what you describe. But i will give a stab at a response. That same constitution that protects your right to pray as you see fit, protects my right to tell you to keep your trap shut when you try to weasel your thoughts into governing politics.LOL.
You're right. It's not like I spent 8 years studying those exact subjects. I'm don't even know what to make of your species/creating life gibberish, as I never implied much less claimed that an embryo is not essential to the eventual formation of life.
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Almost half of American women have terminated at least one pregnancy, and millions more. “Every Democrat, like every American, should support a woman’s right to make her own choices about her body and her health,” Perez added.
“That is not negotiable and should not change city by city or state by state.” But many Democrats begged to differ. The contract is clear: It says reps from the anti-abortion group should spread its message to pregnancy centers, as well as adoption and social services agencies, "so more women can be served and fewer abortions chosen.".
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