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@pete0097 murder is killing of an innocent TM was nowhere close to innocent. He was attempting to murder GZ.
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@TedRWeiland Don't limit the people who should stop using the anti-moral PC terms to just Christians. Christians are not the only ones who oppose infanticide.
No, that makes him a native born citizen. In order to be a natural born citizen, both of his parents must be citizens when he his born.
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I am just wondering how you think that abortion is not severe abuse. Have you read about what exactly the details of what goes on in an abortion?
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@justjammin44 You know (or maybe you don't), people don't have to keep their unwanted babies. They can put them up for adoption. Babies are always in high demand in adoption agencies.
@Inspiri Not "new immigrants" - ILLEGAL immigrants.
@Kaos11 Exactly. Government doesn't solve problems; it subsidizes them.
@Kaos11 Exactly. Thomas Thomas Jefferson said that forcing a man to pay for that which he abhors is tyranny.
@BobE @ksoileau Driving drunk is a crime, and that crime led to someone's death. The pregnant mom who has a miscarriage did not commit a crime.
@BobE No, miscarriage is not murder. The baby died of natural causes. That isn't murder any more than a child who dies from cancer.
@Smilee @DMJ @Joy J No, he sees himself as all powerful and people are cowed by his and the Left's tactics of calling them racists... and even more probable, is that he has information on EVERYBODY in the U.S. can has threatened to release private information on anyone who crosses him.
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@Smilee @DMJ Who pays in Canada, Smilee? It's the govt., and they don't allow anyone else to pay the doctors, even if they can afford it. That sounds like socialism to me.
If the Left succeeds in their goal for us to have a single payer health care system, we will cease to have the best doctors. Doctors are already quitting in droves with the implementation of Obamacare!
Polls can lie. It all matters who they poll, what questions they ask and how they record those answers. Polls are not necessarily accurate; we see that all the time in America.
@PinkOnion it's also why they don't want to go to webpages that show the development of the unborn child. Pretty early on, the baby looks like a ... baby, not a bunch of cells or a shrimp.
@Joy J No, Obama does not have that authority. He doesn't have the authority to do much of what he does, but the Congress and the Supreme Court are too wimpy to do anything about it.
How are 50 people who agree with you, spread over three countries show that a majority in any of these countries support your position?
Smilee, then you explain to me how the Constitution limits the government if the government can tax people to do anything they want?
@Smilee @Homer57 Corporate corruption is not worse than govt. corruption. People have a choice whether to deal with a corporation. People do NOT have a choice to deal with the government.
Giving too much power to the Govt. is very dangerous. The biggest mass murderer in history is government. How many mass murders have corporations committed?
@Smilee @DMJ Then why in Canada is the govt. looking at privatizing health care? Then why do Canadian officials and other Canadians come to America for their health care, in a timely manner? Then why, in Canada, is there a proliferation of health care brokers to arrange for health care outside of the Canadian govt. system because the socialized system is not providing health care in a timely manner?
@Smilee @DMJ I have talked to people who live there and they do agree with me. My MIL talked to a couple from Sweden, and they say that they have to buy additional health insurance for their children because the govt's socialized medicine does not provide good health care for their children. They said this is a common occurrence.
@Homer57 Oh, I understand the Constitution completely. What limits would the Constitution have placed on the Federal Govt. if the Fed. Govt. could just tax people to do what they wanted? That would make absolutely no sense at all.
@DRLJR @CyHilterman And that is the reason that the Left wants to get kids away from their parents and alienate them.
@Smilee @Homer57 Roberts was wrong. The Federal Govt. only has the power to tax FOR THOSE THINGS THAT THE CONSTITUTION GAVE THEM AUTHORITY OVER. Otherwise, the rest of the Constitution doesn't make any sense.
@Smilee I think you'd better talk to people who live in Britain and Canada and ask them how great their health care system is. It doesn't matter if the insurance and health care is less expensive if the care is WORSE. Long lines in doctors' offices, long waits for urgent medical needs, denials of urgent and necessary medical needs based on some arbitrary formula on whether it a certain person is "worth" spending money on.... those are common in Britain and Canada. That is not better health care.
@popham I agree. Unfortunately, it took about 20 years to get from Roe v. Wade, which allowed only first trimester abortions except in extreme situations, to allowing 3rd trimester abortions.
It's going to take some time to scale it back, so we start with not allowing late term abortions.
As we get more and more technological advances (especially with birth control methods), the less and less even most pro-abortion advocates will have an excuse for abortion. Then, only the most rabid abortion proponent will be for abortion, and they will be in the minority.
@PaulBrown1 Even though they would deserve it, I don't wish for these people to be raped. It might result in another abortion, another innocent paying the price for someone else's bad behavior.
Wow, those protesters really care about women, don't they? They sure are showing their stripes, and those stripes don't seem very women-friendly.
@shamwil The last time blacks were brought to America to be slaves was 1808. Slave importation was outlawed then. From 1808 to 1865, all slaves were born here. That was over 200 years ago. Slavery was terrible and wrong, but it is over, and has been over for over 150 years. There is no one alive today that has been a slave nor a slave owner.
Yes, slavery happened in America. It was bad. It does not happen anymore, nor has it for over a century. My people were slaves in Egypt and you don't hear them whining about it. Get over it and get on with your life. This dwelling on the past that has been rectified is poisoning your mind and keeping you from doing better things. I know you have it in you to do great things; we all do. So get out there and do something great and wonderful! :-)
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@stixuits21 Just ignore BobE. He's not worth replying to.
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@shamwil Not in predominately black neighborhoods they don't. A black woman who lived in such a neighborhood was told her kids were under average. She didn't believe it and started homeschooling them. After 1 year of homeschooling, she had them take a standardized test and they tested OVER average. It turned out that every child in that school (all were black) was taught one grade lower so they couldn't pass the test!
@LauraLeeScott True, Laura. But in this case, the parents DID know what their son was up to. He had been suspended three times, and parents are always told why. She should have taken disciplinary action to change this boy's behavior.
@KevinHoman 17 yo's are not "young kids". They are practically adults.
@shamwil No, the tests are not designed so blacks can't pass. It's the other way around. The schools don't teach the kids so they can pass the test.
Everyone has authority to be out in his neighborhood and follow someone. You don't have to be a policeman to do so.
@shamwil Yes, shamwil, it is partly the education system's fault, but not for the reasons you claim. Any child can pass the standardized test if he tries to learn and if the school system will teach him. There are a lot of blacks who have started out very poor and have pulled themselves up from their bootstraps to be at least middle-class. They didn't sit around feeling sorry for themselves, blaming everyone else for their situation. They took responsibility for themselves, and worked hard to make something of themselves!
The reason the education is failing the blacks is because in predominately black neighborhoods, the schools don't teach the kids at their own grade level, so the entire school can get more money for special education. They don't have as high standards for the black kids because people have accepted that black kids don't do well. There is no excuse for this. Black kids can do as well as anyone.
@LauraLeeScott Why shouldn't GZ have been carrying? He has a Concealed Weapons Permit, which means that he can carry in most places. Why shouldn't he be able to defend himself, especially since there had been several break-ins already in that neighborhood?
Martin was a thug. He had already been suspended from school several times, and he was on suspension at the time of this incident. Even his "friend" said that Martin told her that he arrived at his destination and then circled back to confront Zimmerman!
@RandyPhillips1 @shamwil It is not wise to wear a hoodie with the hood up. It looks suspicious. It may not be illegal, but is is unwise.
@shamwil @BobLanese No, a grown man who is out of shape and shorter cannot handle a 17 y.o. who is in shape and less than a year away from being a man.
@downenray @SilasDoGood Maybe the parents should re-evaluate their lives and see if they can get by on one income instead of having so many possessions or going on so many vacations or....fill in the blank. What is more important than one's kids? The problem today is too many people view the extras in life as necessities and then claim that they "have to work".
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@SilasDoGood Mine too. I told my kids if the school staff asked them to do something we didn't allow them to do, or didn't seem right, to refuse.... and then tell me when they got home (or if need be, call me from the school!). The problem today, or even 30 years ago is that parents want to abdicate the parenting of their children.
@MarieJ27 They can do that without retinal scanning. The teacher can do what they used to do: stand there with a checklist and check off the kids as they get on the bus.
@Benevolent Thinker The Constitution is tangible and it backs up my assertions. The fact that digital forms of news - television, radio and internet news websites -- are covered under the 1st amendment means that digital forms of papers are covered under the fourth amendment.
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No, electronic communication is NOT like leaving your papers on a public bench. They are like a postal letter sent to one recipient. Yes, the letter could be opened along the way to its recipient, but it would be illegal to do so. So should it be with electronic communication as well.
The Patriot Act is law, but is is superceded by the Constitution. The 4th Amendment forbids the government from searching our papers, and that includes our electronic papers.
The Constitution means what it always has meant. The meaning has not changed. Government is breaking the law by ignoring the Constitution!
Benevolent Thinker, everything should not have changed after 9/11. The Patriot Act is unconstitutional. I want safe air travel, but I do NOT accept loss of some freedom and protected rights to be safer! I am not the only one; there are a lot of people who agree with me. I refuse to fly until this illegal search and seizure stops.
I am constantly contacting my Congressmen telling them to stop this illegal government activity.
There have been many instances in American history similar to 9/11. Too many people are acting like there was nothing like it in our history, and they are wrong. If an attack on our soil can change our Constitution without going through the proper procedures, then the terrorists have won.
You are wrong. Modern versions of 1800's newspapers are covered under the 1st Amendment, so why wouldn't modern versions of the 1800's papers be covered under the 4th amendment?
@JaneScroggins Facebook can be private, depending on what security measures you take. If you limit your posts to be read ONLY by Friends, then it is private.
Benevolent Thinker, no it is not apples and oranges. Electronic communication is the modern equivalent of the papers and effects that is mentioned in the 4th amendment. If that would not be so, then electronic news (television, radio, news websites, etc.) are not covered by the freedom of the press mentioned in the 1st amendment.
@AdrianVance Both are crimes. Taking my phone bill violates the 4th amendment. Using that information to manipulate an election is tampering with elections.
I strongly disagree. Our "papers" includes modern version of papers and letters. E-mail, phone calls, internet searches are modern version of papers and letters, and they ARE covered by the 4th Amendment. The intent of the Founders is to restrict the government from invading the privacy of its citizens.
@Bob_In_Boston What do you think the American Indians did? They were immigrants from Asia! Each wave of American Indians pushed off previous waves of American Indians, spreading them out from Alaska to Canada, The United States, Mexico and down into South America.
So, in order to carry out your suggestion of kicking out every non-native American, you would have to kick out everyone!
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@Loyal American Right. Too many ignorant people who have no idea what the Constitution says, why it says it and the dangers of not having the restrictions on government.
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@npc317 That is why the voting age was 21 (not 18) and it was a requirement that the person owned land in order to vote. That way, a person had at least a few years of adult experience under the belt and had some skin in the game.
@SilasDoGood How does Whole Foods know what the employees are saying to each other? And why are those employees speaking about personal stuff when they are on the clock, anyway? Shouldn't they be speaking about work stuff while.... working? I agree with you, SilasDoGood, if they don't want to speak English, go live in some other country!
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@GrumpyOldMan,Ron Paul actually said that he was not spending time wooing voters; he was spending time getting delegates at the State and County Conventions, so he could have as many delegates as possible at the RNC Convention.
Here is a website detailing the plan of some Ron Paul delegates to vote for Ron Paul, no matter what their constituents want. http://ronpauldelegates.wordpress.com/
Here is a story about Ron Paul delegates suing so they can "vote freely" instead of voting the way their state party voted: http://www.examiner.com/article/ron-paul-convention-delegates-file-suit-to-vote-freely
If Ron Paul did not agree with these tactics, then why did he not speak out against them? Either this was his plan that he devised himself or he condoned the plan by not speaking out against it. Either way is corrupt and not someone I want to vote for.
@GrumpyOldMan I agree. I think that all states' primaries should be on the same day, just like Election Day. That way, some states won't have more of a choice than other states who gets nominated.
I have NEVER been able to vote for the candidate of my choice in the primary. By the time the primary gets to my state, my candidate has already dropped out. There is something wrong with that. It is not allowing all people of that political party to choose who they want to nominate.
Why should people in Iowa have more of a say in who gets selected than someone in Texas, California or Oregon?
@GrumpyOldMan @RodMann After Obamacare gets fully implemented, his "benevolence" will be what allows you to live (or die).
@BigDan @Txn4Freedom Horace Mann was an evil man. When mandatory public school attendance was started in Massachusetts, school officials would actually go to a parent's home and kidnap children who were still at home and take them to the school. That is evil.
@RhondaReichel Was that the Romney campaign or the RNC who employed those tactics? One of my friends was a delegate at the National Convention and he told me what happened. It was the RNC who employed those tactics.
I was a delegate at my state convention, and witnessed the tactics of the Ron Paul delegates. One delegate from my district got nominated to deliver the people from our district to represent us at the national convention. Instead of delivering our vote as we had decided, she put in the name of a man who lost (and who was a Ron Paul supporter).
Also, the whole attitude and demeanor of the Ron Paul supporters was very rude and disruptive. They did not want to follow the rules of the convention. Why doesn't Ron Paul tell them not to act like this? He was at the convention. He even gave a speech. Yet, he did not.
@AmferFerg If the United Nations wants to continue, then let them do it in another country and without our money. We have sponsored those leeches for 64 years. It's time for some other country to host this organization, and put up with all the ambassadors and representatives from other countries, many who are hostile to the United States.
@VirgoVince While we're at it, let's eliminate the BATFE, which was created during the Prohibition to fight the gangs peddling alcohol. Firearms were added to that agency's duties because the gangs were using firearms when selling the alcohol. When the prohibition ended, the BAF (at that time) should have been eliminated. But, like all government agencies, it is very difficult to get rid of while in place.
@RhondaReichel I didn't vote for Ron Paul because I don't like his tactics. He was spending time trying to convince the delegates at the state conventions to cast their vote for him instead of casting their vote based on how their constituencies voted. That is corrupt, and in my opinion, a kind of election fraud.
Even though I agree with most of Ron Paul's stands, I cannot vote for a man that would use such tactics.
@DaveTincher The CPA's will still have work because businesses will always need accountants. However, tax preparers, IRS agents will be out of work. They will be other work for them; there always is. Perhaps they can work on the Keystone Pipeline.
@Evermyrtle I agree, verymyrtle. Why don't these women who don't want their babies go to an adoption agency? There are a lot of people out there that want to adopt babies.
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@Evermyrtle @DE Navarro @DMJ @GrumpyOldMan @James Star @BobE I agree with you, and liked your post, Evermyrtle.
I just have one correction: Jesus is the Roman form of Yeshua. The English version is Joshua.
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@Evermyrtle@DMJ@GrumpyOldMan@James Star@BobE@DE NavarroI have some theories, vermyrtle. One is that some blame all Jews and their descendants for the actions of some Jews over 2000 years ago for what happened to Jesus. Not all Jews of that time condemned Jesus to death, but some like to lump all Jews into that group.
Second, there are some radical religions that hate all that are not their religion. Although Muslims are the first that come to mind, they are not the only ones.
Third, jealousy. Jews, as a group, are hard-workers, wise businessmen, and responsible people. For this reason, they have a high success rate. Those that don't have success are envious. They also tend to choose careers that earn a lot of money, so they are well-off. Those that don't earn as much, are envious.
Just my two cents.
@mjz4043 @DMJ Maybe YOU don't care, but I do. I am proud of who I donate to, but I am a private person and don't wish everyone to know which people and organizations I donate to. As we have seen, corrupt politicians in power can abuse their office and order things like IRS audits against those who are their political opponents and their donors.
@HOFFHACK Rick Perry would have been a better candidate against Obama. While I admire Mitt Romney as a person, family man and businessman, I don't really like his politics. Plus, even though it doesn't matter to me that Romney is a Mormon, apparently it matters to quite a few people. Rick Perry does not have that trait working against him.
@GrumpyOldMan@James Star@BobE@DE Navarro Agreed. Haym Solomon, a Jewish man, financed the American Revolution, and when the War was over, he did not demand the loan be paid back.
There is no way the Founders would have excluded him from freedom to practice his Jewish religion. There were Jews, as well as Christians who fought in the War, and they all wanted to have freedom.
@mjz4043 It's not Perry that wants to hide something. Perhaps donors to politicians and nonprofits want to be able to have privacy. It's no one else's business who we donate to.
@DaveTincher The main line media may not be in the Democrat politicians' back pocket very much longer. The Justice Dept. (what a misnomer that is!) seizing the phone records of AP journalists and then saying that those journalists could face criminal charges for doing investigative reporting on the government is starting to change things big time.
I knew it would take the government turning on the journalists for the media to finally wake up to the corruption. With some, they only care when it affects them.
@debree Agreed. I don't know what happens to newly elected Congressmen after they are on the Hill for awhile. They lose all their fervor that attracted people to support them. Of course, there are exceptions: Rand Paul, Mike Lee and Ted Cruz are doing a wonderful job defending our Constitutional rights and trying to get our government to stay within its Constitutional restraints. I just wish there were more like them up there.
The Left is very good about camouflaging what they really want because they know most people don't want it. When they get a majority in both Houses and the Presidency, that is when they show their colors. That's when they lose a lot of seats in Congress during the mid-term election. That's when they find out most Americans don't want their liberal utopia, so they start being sneaky again.
@kmilliorn So, are you saying it is okay then to rip unborn babies apart, limb from limb, stab them in the neck, and snip their spines?
No one says that the woman has to keep her baby if she doesn't want it. There are a lot of people today who want to adopt a baby, and resort to looking overseas to get one. There ARE no unwanted babies. There is always someone who wants to adopt them.
@captainjimgreen Those are adults you are dealing with. It's not the same as children. The only benefit to telling a person that he has ADHD is so he or his parents can find ways to overcome the condition. If I didn't know what condition my son had, I wouldn't have been able to seek out the information to help him.
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Mandrake, I forgot to add that boys that are raised without a father in the home also have problems.
@mandrake1348 From what you describe, your sons do have ADHD. It is an idiosyncrasy of people with ADHD that they can hyperfocus when they are really interested in something, to the exclusion of anything else going on around them. Some people think this proves that the person doesn't have ADHD, but this is an incorrect assumption.
The problem with what your ex-wife did was that she probably had the kids on too high a dose of medication (I assume Ritalin), and then didn't raise them to be responsible. It wasn't the "theories" that destroyed your life; it was a lazy mother who thought she could just subdue her children with medication and forget raising her children. Even if your children didn't have ADHD, they would have these problems if raised with no standards!
@patriot53 @DMJ I raised a son who has ADHD and have several nephews as well who also have it. I also have two children who do not have this condition. Having raised three children, I too, know the difference between real trouble and fake trouble. I can tell you, without a doubt, that ADHD is NOT fake. I think there are a lot of kids who are incorrectly diagnosed with this condition, but that is another story. Just because some are mis-diagnosed does not mean that there aren't some who do have it.
I have never made excuses for my son's behavior nor let him get away with bad behavior, even if he couldn't help it. To do so would be handicapping him for life. I had the same standards for him as I had for my two children who didn't have ADHD.
Even before I discovered my son had ADHD, I knew something was drastically different with him and he needed help to overcome it. Once I was able to identify what he had, I was able to find ways to help him..
My son had trouble with controlling his impulses until he was 12, and it wasn't for lack of trying, either. He also had and still has trouble being organized and completing tasks. To this day, he has an amazing amount of energy. Because I told him that he had to overcome the obstacles and difficulties of ADHD and not to use it as an excuse, he is now a very responsible young man in control of himself. Most people don't even know he has the condition.
But to say that his difficulties do not exist is to deny reality. You can call it another name, but the condition is still the same. An excellent book that discusses this, and other difficulties some children have, is "The Difficult Child" by Stanley Turecki. In the ADHD section, it describes the difficulties that these children have and what to do to help them.
@patriot53 I agree; everyone needs to stop having per-marital sex. As for your acquaintance who gets seriously ill when she gets pregnant, IF she gets pregnant again: she should have the doctor induce labor immediately when she finds out she's pregnant. No need to inflict pain on the developing baby; just induce labor and omit the dismembering, stabbing and other heinous acts that are committed today in the name of "reproductive freedom".
If she hasn't done so already, this woman needs to have her tubes tied immediately since it is obvious she cannot carry a baby to term.
@patriot53 @DMJ Unless you have a family member who has ADHD, then you really don't know what you are talking about.
@BobE @Bill Senior First of all, the majority of American people did not elect Obama in a landslide. Of the people who voted in the 2012 election, only 51% voted for Obama. He got less votes in the 2012 election than McCain got in 2008. Voter turnout was only 57%, which means that only a little over one-fourth of eligible voters voted for Obama. Hardly a majority of support.
Second, we don't want Obama removed because we think he is a Kenyan Muslim communist. We want him out because he has violated the Constitution multiple times, and covered up at least two major abuses of power. All those are crimes, and no one is above the law in America, no matter what anyone thinks.
@BH206L3 Doesn't sound like you had ADHD; you were just a boy. If you really did have ADHD, you would have a very tough time controlling that behavior.
It is NOT a fictitious disease! That it is being over-diagnosed, I can agree with. But there are some people that do have ADHD. There are several members of my extended family that has this condition and most are not on Ritalin. They have just learned the difficulties caused by this condition and learned how to deal with them.
@mm14 the President should not be allowed to be inebriated. He has to be ready to respond to any crisis at any time.
@lokiswife How about IDunnocrats?
@john811c @OLDAD There's no use starting the impeachment process right now. Yes, the House of Reps will impeach the President, and then the Senate will clear him of all charges.
We need to see what the results of the 2014 election are to see if we get a majority in the Senate. If we do, THEN we can start impeachment proceedings and then convict Obama. It's the conviction that gets him out of office. As we saw with Bill Clinton (and more than a century ago with Andrew Johnson), impeachment isn't enough; it's the conviction that kicks the President out of office.
@debree It's too bad we can't have a recall election for the President!
Wow, this is Hillary's version of the "vast right-wing conspiracy" out to get her husband during his scandals. It's just astounding how much these liberals are like children blaming everyone, anyone else for the results of their misdeeds.
@ConradGabbard Really? You've seen children in the court who were ripped apart, limb from limb? You've seen children whose heads were stabbed in the back of the neck and killed? You've seen children whose spines were snipped?
I seriously doubt this.
@CodyFlecker @JaclynBarnes @Edward53 Cody, a person must be born in the United States to be a citizen at birth. His parents do not necessarily have to be citizens. That is called a "native born citizen". At least that is how it is interpreted today.
However, a different level of citizenship is required for a person to be President. In order to be President, a person must have been born in the United States AND his parents must have been citizens when he was born. That is called a "natural born citizen".
The distinction is very important. The Founders wanted to make sure that the President did not have any divided allegiances. It could be very dangerous for the President to have an allegiance to another country, especially if war breaks out with that other country. The President must unequivocally have allegiance to this country and ONLY this country because he is given so much power.
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@myselfagain If someone had been armed in the school, Adam Lanza would have been stopped and those 26 people would be alive today.
@RobertHayesHalfpenny It's not attacking the Obama girls to question their excessive vacations on our dime. That is questioning their parents for sending them on such vacations. It is OUR money, after all that is paying for these vacations. If the Obamas would pay for everything on these vacations, including the pay of the Secret Service agents, the planes, the gas,etc., then it wouldn't be an issue.
@CodyFlecker@SkyeADG@bcluks NIce try in trying to pin the Conservatives like the Nazis. It's not us that is fanning the Race Warfare. It's Mr. Obama , Jesse Jackson, Eric Holder and their crowd that continually fans the flames of race warfare, class warfare, anything warfare.
Obama routinely denigrates rich people, conservative people, successful people, people who don't agree with him, any person who is Black, Hispanic or a woman who is conservative and religious people (clinging to their guns and their Bibles).
The only reason people mention Obama's biracial make-up is because his supporters routinely claim that we don't like him because he is Black. This is just done to attempt to bully dissenters and get them to shut up.
It's an old tactic of Governments to get the citizenry divided so they don't notice what the Government is doing.
@CodyFlecker @bcluks Not true. People also had cannons, swords, grapeshot, blunderbusses, long knives and daggers, bayonets and sabers in addition to the flintlock rifles and single shot pistols. These were the state-of-the-art weapons of the day. The ordinary person had the same firepower as the military.
The Founders specifically wanted the citizenry to have the same firepower as the military so the people could prevent tyranny of the government.
@SkyeADG @CodyFlecker @bcluks Actually, IMO, it would be illegal for an amendment repealing the 2nd amendment to be brought forward. To do so, would be infringing on the rights of the people to keep and bear arms, which the 2nd Amendment forbids.
The first ten Amendments were meant to be set in stone forever. To infringe on any of these rights would be defeating the purpose of our country (to ensure freedom and liberty).
@texaselect Fine, then you and other like-minded individuals can put your money where your mouth is. YOU start a fund for children who "don't have food at home for lunch", and you supply lunches for those kids. I, for one, know that there will be several that don't truly need any assistance and will take advantage of you, because that is human nature and unfortunately more so now than in the past.
On a personal note, for at least half of my children's childhoods, my family earned just above the poverty level. People who earned just slightly less than we did, lived better than we did because they got all the freebies - free breakfast and lunch, food stamps, etc. We were just "doing our best", just like the family that you described above. Somehow, my children always had enough to eat, had clothes to wear and a house to live in. How did we do it? We were very careful with our money, I cooked from scratch, bought our clothes from thrift stores and garage sales, mended our clothes, used coupons, used unit pricing to determine the best price on groceries, and we fixed our own cars.
If we can do it, then why can't these other families? My guess is that they are living too expensively for their means and that is why they don't have enough food.
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I think the point of this article is not that we should be prying into the Obama children's lives. He is asking why it okay to pry into the Newton families' lives but not the Obama's children's lives. Why do his children deserve privacy but not the families of the dead Newtown children? It's a double standard.
There should be no school lunch program. All kids should bring their lunches from home. Those who currently qualify for "free lunches" (i.e., subsidized lunches), are most likely on the food stamp program. Their parents can get their groceries from the store with those food stamps and then pack their kids a lunch.
This completely eliminates the cost of paying cafeteria staff and the cost of the cafeteria equipment and associated costs.
@DavidLeoHeatherly @ashforkdan @whisperatnight The Founders did not mean regulated by the Government! They meant the militias should be regulated by themselves, as in well disciplined. It makes absolutely no sense for the Fed. Govt. to regulate the militias, when the purpose of the militia and the 2nd amendment was so the People could defend themselves against tyranny of their government. How exactly are the militias supposed to defend the People and put down a tyrannical government if the government controls the militia?
1 year, 3 months ago on Liberals Forced To Blame Obama Rather Than Admit Populace Feels Threatened
@whisperatnight ALL of them.
@DMJ @Joy J Oops. I made a typo: "another broke his promise of "No New Taxes" which infuriated the Republicans." (George H.W. Bush)
@Joy JObama was re-elected because most incumbents win. It goes along with the idiom, "Better the devil you know, than the devil you don't know".
'Going back 17 Presidents (to McKinley), 10 have won re-election. 2 could have won re-election, but they were assassinated, so to be accurate with the statistics, 10 of 15 Presidents won re-election . Of the ones that didn't win re-election, 2 were assassinated (Kennedy and McKinley), one was facing the worst economic times the U.S. had ever faced (Hoover), one was never elected in the first place (Ford), another was so inept and uninspiring that even Democrats couldn't get enough enthusiasm going to get enough votes (Carter) and another broke his promise of "No New Taxes" and then went back on that promise which infuriated Republicans. Plus his New World Order speech was creepy.(George H.W. Bush).
So there you have it. Statistics show that Obama was re-elected due to incumbent advantage.
@Evermyrtle That's wonderful! That couple truly loved their children and were unselfish. Good for them!
1 year, 3 months ago on Pro-Abortionists Make Death Threats Against ND Governor for Signing Pro-Life Bills
Well, why wouldn't they make death threats against a grown man? They already make death threats and carry it out against unborn babies (and already born abortion survivors)!
This kind of scenario was brought up during and before the Roe v. Wade case. The pro-abortion crowd said that was ridiculous, they weren't advocating killing babies after birth or even babies after the first trimester. Well, here we are, folks, just as the anti-abortion crowd predicted.
1 year, 3 months ago on Planned Parenthood Supports Post-Birth “Abortion”
@mclark4430 @DannaIrish God said, "Thou Shalt Not Murder". There is a difference. Otherwise, the eye for an eye, life for a life portions of the Bible would make no sense.
This kid needs to be removed from that school and put in a good private school or homeschooled. This is crazy.
1 year, 4 months ago on Teen Suspended For Stopping Gun Violence
@Evermyrtle @TrythisLast @bravesky @cajunliberty7
Evermyrtle, Mitt Romney is Christian. He believes that Jesus is the savior. You may not like the sect of Christianity that he is, but that doesn't mean that he isn't Christian.
As far as Herman Cain, he was my first choice. He did not do what his accusers said he did. It was such an obvious lie to anyone that dug a little under the surface of the "story". The reason this was done was because the Obama campaign knew that Herman Cain could defeat Obama in the election.
@Bill Weston Repealing the 2nd Amendment or any of the Bill of Rights (the first 10 amendments) is not legitimate. Those are unalienable rights, as in the government can never take those away.
1 year, 4 months ago on Gun Control Advocates Think The Second Amendment Is Up For Debate – It’s Not
@tazz89103 That was the plan from the beginning of government schools. They wanted to make the children of the masses learn to take directions, be a cog in the wheel and be good little citizens who don't question their government or leaders.
@MichaelSSmith @ToddMelcher That is up to the parents, Michael, not the government and not you. Why is it okay for the government schools to teach controversial things like global warming, extremely explicit sex education and Democrat propaganda that are against the parents' beliefs? The kids do not belong to the State or to society. They belong to the parents until they are 18. Then the kids belong to themselves.
In my county, several mortgage loan transfers were not recorded. The homeowners were not notified that their mortgages were sold to another mortgage company and they kept paying the original mortgage company. Then, the homeowners started getting foreclosure notices from companies they never even heard of. Our county clerk estimates the county lost $1 million in recording fees.
1 year, 4 months ago on Banks Don’t Think Losing Your House Is Enough
Great article! The only part I have a problem with is letting insurance companies sell across state lines. As it is, the Supreme Court said that the Federal Govt. has no jurisdiction to control health insurance because all insurance is intrastate commerce. The Feds only have jurisdiction if it is interstate commerce. If the insurance is sold across state lines, then it will be interstate commerce and the Feds can get involved. Don't open that can of worms!
1 year, 4 months ago on Universal Orlando Falls to Obamacare
@brewmama @Seymour Kleerly Muslims have always been part of America's story. We were fighting the Barbary Pirates during Jefferson's presidency. Guess who the Barbary pirates were? Muslims!
1 year, 5 months ago on Islam Infiltrates US Public Education : The Last Resistance
Does Scheiffer actually not now that it was the Nazis that were the ones who banned guns? And because they banned guns they were able to commit such horrible atrocities?
1 year, 6 months ago on Bob Schieffer: Obama Taking On NRA = Defeating The Nazis
The judge broke the law so he needs to be charged and arrested. No one is above the law.
1 year, 6 months ago on Florida Judge Ignores State Law – Refuses to Hear Challenges to Obama’s Eligibility
Fortunately, it is very hard to add an amendment to the Constitution. First, the bill has to get a 2/3 majority vote in both houses of Congress and then 3/4 of the states have to ratify it. Seeing that there are currently 26 states that sued the Federal Government over Obamacare, I'd say that it is pretty safe to say that there is no way that 38 of the states are going to ratify a bill that will allow Obama to serve a third term.
1 year, 6 months ago on A Third Term For Barack Obama?
The "girl" is nineteen. She is not a child, therefore, child protective services has no jurisdiction. This young lady should find a way to move out of her parents' house. How about an abused women's shelter?
1 year, 8 months ago on Islamic Child Abuse gets you Probation in Arizona
You are absolutely right. If you look into the history of public education, the whole reason for it was not to give children a good education. It was to indoctrinate the masses and teach them to be "good little citizens" who do what their government leaders tell them to do. The leaders and the elite never planned to send their children to public schools, on the other hand. Those kids were to go to private school and learn how to rule the masses.
The problem with public education is not new. Several years back, my local newspaper ran an editorial article from 1945. It was an editorial on how we need to reform our public schools.
Nullification seems to be the only way to go. Our leaders will never let it go, as it gives them more power.
2 years, 5 months ago on No Child Left Behind: Federal Funds vs State Sovereignty
@JonesRE I agree wholeheartedly! The name of our country should be Allied States of America, where each state maintains its sovereignty but unites with the other states when they are attacked. Kind of like NATO. What we are now is closer to England before seceded.
Funny, our country seceded from England, yet 100 years later, the sitting President will not let states secede from our country? Apparently, Lincoln did not see the irony.
2 years, 5 months ago on Esquire: Lies and Race-Baiting to Promote Central Power
The Founders were "extremists" in their time. It was very extreme and radical to think that people belonged to themselves, not a king or emperor, and that they should have the freedom to run their own lives as they saw fit. Prior to the U.S., people were subjects of their countries' rulers, and those rulers had no or few constraints.
If we really are extremists and radicals as the Left claims, then we are in very good company and we are on the right side.
Following Rep. John Yarmuth's line of reasoning, the U.S. should just quit the farce that we even have a Constitution or rule of law. Why would the Founders even bother writing a Constitution if the Federal Government was going to be all-powerful?
2 years, 6 months ago on Not Everything is “Interstate Commerce”