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TN Bhoy
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Rand Paul's speech at the MFL today


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I'll put up a full write-up of my experience sometime in the next couple days. I'm tired and there is way too much snow outside right now.







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HailHailtoMichigan!
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re: Rand Paul's speech at the MFL today


We are the abolitionists of our day. History will be kind to us, like it was kind to John Brown and William Lloyd Garrison.







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GumboPot
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re: Rand Paul's speech at the MFL today


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We are the abolitionists of our day.


Well said.






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mooseknuckle
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re: Rand Paul's speech at the MFL today


John brown was a jack ass





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mograyback
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re: Rand Paul's speech at the MFL today


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We are the abolitionists of our day.


Oh please. Abortion is such as complex issue, so many mitigating factors, not a cut and dry topic. If you were for ending the serfdom caused by attaching debt to the money we put into the economy, then you could be the abolitionists of our time.






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jamboybarry
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re: Rand Paul's speech at the MFL today


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Abortion is such as complex issue


Not really if you value human life

The justification for legal abortion can be complex






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TN Bhoy
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re: Rand Paul's speech at the MFL today


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Oh please. Abortion is such as complex issue, so many mitigating factors, not a cut and dry topic.



It's completely cut and dry. Some people are just happy to categorize other people as non-persons. People like you are either too stupid to actually look at the evidence or are too mesmerized by big words to realize how cut and dry it actually is. Or you are ok with classifying some people as non-persons.


And there was all kinds of "gray-area" about chattel slavery as well, hence its continuation in America until the late nineteenth century.



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