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You need an ID to buy groceries, and other Trump nonsense.
04-27-2019, 08:35 PM, (This post was last modified: 04-27-2019, 08:39 PM by crazyfamily.)
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You need an ID to buy groceries, and other Trump nonsense.
(04-27-2019, 08:08 PM)dejoka Wrote: What are you talking about? You truly are crazy.
See ya.

I try to not be unknowledgeable about what I am discussing. So, i read about it. Here you go...from Wikipedia:

"James Parton, the publisher (and co-owner) of the history magazine American Heritage, was appalled by the permissiveness of Webster's Third, published in 1961, and tried to buy the G. and C. Merriam Company so he could undo the changes."

"In the early 1960s, Webster's Third came under attack for its "permissiveness" and its failure to tell people what proper English was. It was the opening shot in the culture wars, as conservatives detected yet another symbol of the permissiveness of society as a whole and the decline of authority, as represented by the Second Edition. As historian Herbert Morton explained, "Webster's Second was more than respected. It was accepted as the ultimate authority on meaning and usage and its preeminence was virtually unchallenged in the United States. It did not provoke controversies, it settled them." Critics charged that the [Webster's Third] dictionary was reluctant to defend standard English, for example entirely eliminating the labels "colloquial", "correct", "incorrect", "proper", "improper", "erroneous", "humorous", "jocular", "poetic", and "contemptuous", among others."

The American Heritage Dictionary is biased.

Quote:In the early 1960s, Webster's Third came under attack for its "permissiveness" and its failure to tell people what proper English was.

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A fetus is generally an unborn human.

fetus noun
fe·​tus | \ ˈfē-təs \
Definition of fetus
: an unborn or unhatched vertebrate especially after attaining the basic structural plan of its kind
specifically : a developing human from usually two months after conception to birth




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04-28-2019, 01:00 AM,
#32
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Damage control. What a weird president.


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04-28-2019, 02:39 PM,
#33
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WHAT TRUMP SAID
“The baby is born. The mother meets with the doctor. They take care of the baby. They wrap the baby beautifully. And then the doctor and the mother determine whether or not they will execute the baby.”



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05-09-2019, 08:47 AM,
#34
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https://thefederalist.com/2019/03/08/rea...rse-think/

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05-09-2019, 11:18 AM, (This post was last modified: 05-09-2019, 02:23 PM by crazyfamily.)
#35
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And the argument, once again, is that doctors do not agree about when life begins. In the absence of an agreement, the Supreme Court decided that it was not reasonable for them to decide the answer, and therefore left the decision to the mother.

"A pivotal decision came in 1973 with a Federal court ruling that laws forbidding doctors to dispense birth control information or devices were unconstitutional.

In its landmark 1973 decision, Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court held, 7 to 2, that a woman's right to privacy barred the Government from intruding on her right to choose abortion.

Associate Justice Harry A. Blackmun, speaking for the majority, said the Court had been unable to determine when life begins. ''When those trained in the respective disciplines of medicine, philosophy and theology are unable to arrive at any consensus,'' he wrote, ''the judiciary, at this point in the development of man's knowledge, is not in a position to speculate as to the answer.''


The opposition argument is plain and simple a faith based decision. Look in the article you provided:

"As a human being, he is endowed by his Creator with a right to not be murdered, and that natural right supersedes the loss of autonomy for nine months."

Sure, that's wonderful if you believe that sort of thing, but making laws - included laws restricting abortion - based on religious belief is also unconstitutional. While religious americans are protected from being forced to practice one or the other religion, so are non-believers. Atheists are protected by the constitution too. We all just don't believe the same thing, and theoretically, freedom is the freedom to choose what you do, what you believe. When your religion interferes with my freedom, then it's unconstitutional just like the cake-maker-guy in Colorado successfully argued that the government forcing him to make a cake for a gay couple violated his constitutional rights. You see, there's even precedence provided by conservatives to strike down faith based laws. I can't limit your freedom with respect to religion, and you can't limit mine.

Instead, republicans continually seek to stack the Supreme Court with anti-abortion justices ready to reverse the freedom of a woman's choice of whether to end a pregnancy at any point in the pregnancy because christians believe life begins at conception. Republicans are trying to subvert the constitution, as is the standard operating procedure for losers who don't like the rules and just want them changed. Wink

Remember, ''When those trained in the respective disciplines of medicine, philosophy and theology are unable to arrive at any consensus, the judiciary, at this point in the development of man's knowledge, is not in a position to speculate as to the answer.'' That's what an impartial justice would say.




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05-16-2019, 09:29 AM,
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“Of course, in this case the government is keeping farm business afloat rather than providing services -- health care, education, whatever -- to all Americans. But as Luke Darby pointed out at GQ, the government stepping in to redistribute wealth (in this case to farmers) for the greater good is precisely a socialist idea.”


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06-05-2019, 10:49 PM,
#37
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You are.


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06-12-2019, 10:43 PM, (This post was last modified: 06-12-2019, 10:50 PM by crazyfamily.)
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“Perhaps voters who were willing to look past Donald Trump’s moral and personal and financial failings because he was a “good businessman” in 2016 might also accept that taxpayers should, in fact, have paid the $1,223,230 for VIP accommodations for his adult children in London last week, despite the fact that two of them play no role whatsoever in the administration (though they do represent Trump’s businesses). Maybe they will conclude that it’s simply a problem for ethicists to mull, and resolve. Or maybe they will realize that they could be thinking about it, and pushing back against it, as well. Unlike the 448-page Mueller report, it takes all of 20 seconds to question why taxpayers keep putting money into Eric Trump’s pocket.


George Washington warned against nepotism in America, refusing to give his own family members plum jobs and commissions precisely because that represented everything the revolutionaries loathed about Europe. Even before taking office, he assured a friend that he would ‘discharge the duties of the office with that impartiality and zeal for the public good, which ought never to suffer connections of blood or friendship to intermingle.’”


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06-13-2019, 10:40 PM,
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This idiot seems to be intentionally sabotaging his re-election campaign.


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06-15-2019, 12:10 PM,
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Our 401k has been pretty much flat for the last two years, the stock market has been on a rollercoaster, and the economy teeters on the whims of a guy who lost a billion dollars. The market adjustment will pale in comparison to the blow to Tweety Prez’s ego. Then, we can lock him up.

If you haven’t already been preparing for the day that Tweety is out of office, you might want to get started. We paid off our house and all of our consumer debt to the point that it’s very manageable on a meager income.


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