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Old 11-06-2012, 06:41 PM
 
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Obama is already winning in every swing state reporting and tied in NC.
It's over already IMO. Mittens just doesn't have the juice.

 
Old 11-06-2012, 06:44 PM
 
Location: University City, Philadelphia
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No. you want people of faith to abandon 2000 years of religious belief.
Nonsense, Ferd. Rubbish!

I am not asking you to like me, approve of me, endorse my community, or anything like that.

What I want is to be treated with the same respect any tax-paying - and voting - citizen of this country deserves. I will not settle for second-class citizenship.
 
Old 11-06-2012, 07:26 PM
 
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il·le·git·i·mate/ˌiləˈjitəmit/
Adjective:
1. Not authorized by the law; not in accordance with accepted standards or rules

Republicans will contest the results with lawsuits and claims of tampering, voter fraud, illegality, etc.

It'll be just another step in a long line of lame tactics from conservatives who think Obama is not "their president" by calling him a Muslim, a Kenyan, a Communist, a Socialist, a Fascist, etc. More nonsense to come.

COUNT ON IT.

REFER TO THIS POST TOMORROW AND THE DAYS THEREAFTER. WATCH.
After all Democrats have much more experience with election fraud.
 
Old 11-06-2012, 07:26 PM
 
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Nonsense, Ferd. Rubbish!

I am not asking you to like me, approve of me, endorse my community, or anything like that.

What I want is to be treated with the same respect any tax-paying - and voting - citizen of this country deserves. I will not settle for second-class citizenship.

you can call it rubbish all day long. you can say this is about people treating you the same as everyone else if you like.

that does not change the simple fact that you are demanding people of faith change 2000 years of religious belief. That is not rubbish. that is deep deep deep culture you are asking be changed overnight.


FYI, you might be surprised to know that I would rather there be no government acknowlegement of marriage and that primary relationship be handled for everyone by contract law. (thus giving you what you want and moving around that cultural issue.)

You might be surprised that I think the equal protection clause will eventually cause SCOTUS to deem DOMA unconstitutional. I agree with that position.
 
Old 11-06-2012, 07:33 PM
 
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If that's what it means, so be it. Bring on the bread and circuses. I'd rather live in the New Rome than the "constitutional republic" fantasy reenactment of the 1790s which so many of the GOP seem to want to create. I like government. I think government is important. I think it plays a useful role and can do good things for us, as individuals and as a community.
i have seen enough of your posts to know the above is accurate for you and equal to 50% of America. that makes me sad.
 
Old 11-06-2012, 08:16 PM
 
Location: Pacific NW
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If that's what it means, so be it. Bring on the bread and circuses. I'd rather live in the New Rome than the "constitutional republic" fantasy reenactment of the 1790s which so many of the GOP seem to want to create. I like government. I think government is important. I think it plays a useful role and can do good things for us, as individuals and as a community.
Many people either afraid or incompetent to stand on their own feel that way. They need big brother to lean on and take care of them instead of taking personal responsibility. You're a big union supporter too I'd guess.

Head to Greece if you want New Rome, they seem to be on the verge of collapse just like Old Rome. Whether you like it or not the US is a constitutional republic.
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