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Old 05-03-2009, 04:16 PM
 
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the question was...BESIDES the unborn children.
I'm empathetic with everyone who deserves my empathy. I start with the most defenseless and go from there. The ones I have the least empathy for are those who would sacrfice others for their own selfishness.

 
Old 05-03-2009, 04:17 PM
 
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E doesn't answer lots of questions
That is probably because he has insuficient command of his view points to be able to craft a cogent arguement. I run into people like that (sometimes) in the classes I teach at the university. The best thing, IMHO, to do with them is to continue refocus them on the question. Eventually they just get tired and go away.

Only once did such a person tell me that the question was invalid. That was an interesting discussion.

In this case EEEEEEE is just destroying his credibility for his stance on ... well ... almost anything.
 
Old 05-03-2009, 04:18 PM
 
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I'm empathetic with everyone who deserves my empathy. I start with the most defenseless and go from there. The ones I have the least empathy for are those who would sacrfice others for their own selfishness.
OK<..... you are empathetic. ... I'll give you that....
Now that we've agreed on that one topic, tell me...using your best empathy now: At what age is a child too young to be tortured? Or is torture ok at any age?
 
Old 05-03-2009, 04:18 PM
 
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We've already covered that, dear. If you can't remember our conversatiions, I don't have time for you.
I remember our conversations quite well. And you have yet to explain your support of the slaughter of innocent children as collateral damage in a war that protects Americans.

You state over and over that the klling of ALL children is immoral; yet you then turn around and condone killing in war.

And apparently you DO have time for me because you respond to every one of my posts. I must be hitting a few nerves, huh?
 
Old 05-03-2009, 04:19 PM
 
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"all" countries.

Bush's war cost the lives of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi citizens.
Bush's war drove the terrorists from Afganistan into Pakistan.
Bush's war in Iraq was unjust.
Bush's war in Afganistan wasted valuable resouces, even though it was necessary, it was poorly prosecuted.
Bush was incompetent.

As to your assertion that someone can't read--get real. If they couldn't read, how could they argue with you on a text driven forum?
Bush turned a bitter ally who threatened America into a stable prosperous peaceful democracy. There isn't much better result you can have from a war. In addition, Bin Laden threatened to kill millions of Americans. Bush prevented that from happening. At most, 65,000 died in the Iraq War. Well under the carnage Bin Laden promised. We will never be able to thank George W. Bush enough.
 
Old 05-03-2009, 04:20 PM
 
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I'm empathetic with everyone who deserves my empathy. I start with the most defenseless and go from there. The ones I have the least empathy for are those who would sacrfice others for their own selfishness.
By the way, it's not "empathetic". It's "empathic". There's no such word as "empathetic". Get a dictionary.
 
Old 05-03-2009, 04:22 PM
 
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That is probably because he has insuficient command of his view points to be able to craft a cogent arguement. I run into people like that (sometimes) in the classes I teach at the university. The best thing, IMHO, to do with them is to continue refocus them on the question. Eventually they just get tired and go away.

Only once did such a person tell me that the question was invalid. That was an interesting discussion.

In this case EEEEEEE is just destroying his credibility for his stance on ... well ... almost anything.
Good God, it's scary if this kind of liberal pap is getting anywhere NEAR our young people. I'm so glad my son got 5s on his AP tests. Now he doesn't have to take History and English classes in college; areas of study that are hotbeds of kooky liberal professors. Thank God he's in Engineering, an area that is relatively devoid of the leftwing crap.
 
Old 05-03-2009, 04:23 PM
 
Location: Texas
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EEE - it wasn't dumbass Bush's role or place to turn any country into a "peaceful democracy."

That's not OUR problem...we need to focus on Americans, not people 6,000 miles away.

They didn't want it anyway, yet Bush still felt the need to risk the lives of millions of AMERICAN young men for his little folly, not to mention digging us down the crapper economically.
 
Old 05-03-2009, 04:24 PM
 
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Why havn't you answered this simple question yet? You are in favor of torture...so tell me at what age is a child too young to be tortured?
Are you talking about the little babies you want tortured through abortion?
 
Old 05-03-2009, 04:25 PM
 
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By the way, it's not "empathetic". It's "empathic". There's no such word as "empathetic". Get a dictionary.
It can be either one, dear. Get a dictionary.
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