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re: Washington Post: It is time to rename George Washington University. - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]And you are aligned with that person on most issues.[/quote] Probably not. If you've ever actually read anything I've written on this site instead of just instantly reacting with harassment because I don't walk in lockstep with Trump and his acolytes, you'd know that I'm not the progressi...
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re: Washington Post: It is time to rename George Washington University. - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]Need to change the name of the paper, and while we're at it need to change the name of Washington DC as well[/quote] It's an opinion piece written by a guest writer. WaPo prints all sorts of these from all along the political spectrum. The guy who wrote this is clearly an idiot....
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re: Woman Puts Condom On Her Leg To Call Out Men Who Say They're 'Too Big' To Wear Them - mmmmmbeeer
What an idiot. While they can be painful to put on, a condom will absolutely fit on damn near anything. The issue is when you introduce heavy friction and motion to the stretched out latex, resulting in a tear....
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re: A conversation about the role of men in societies with a lack of fathers, past and present - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]Blacks lead in both abortion rates, murder rates and single parent households. You can't fix people who don't want to be fixed.[/quote] Lil' early for the drinking, Rog. ...
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re: A conversation about the role of men in societies with a lack of fathers, past and present - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]The fact that they lead in abortions should tell you how fricking that community you worship really is. [/quote] Whites account for 60% of abortions...but, please, go on....
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re: A conversation about the role of men in societies with a lack of fathers, past and present - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]Or you can choose to do what you can to make a difference in just one or 2 or a few. And you won’t even notice it at first. But the years go by and you step back and realize you made a difference, a real difference, in someone’s life that you didn’t have to.[/quote] My in-laws have neighbo...
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re: A conversation about the role of men in societies with a lack of fathers, past and present - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]My dad died when I was 7 and I never had a true step dad until I was 18. My mom worked nights as a waitress so funds were extremely tight and I was rarely supervised outside of school. Didn’t help that my mom has always been the laid back, cool mom, so I never had anyone to push me, virtually...
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re: Is W campaigning for Kemp an actual sign of desperation? - mmmmmbeeer
Desperation?!? Holy shite. There's a very good chance Kemp wins outright over Purdue and avoids a runoff. Georgia has open primaries. For as much as Kemp pisses a lot of us off, he'll get a ton of support in the primary from unlikely allies due to the way he actually showed some courage and eth...
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re: Louisiana wants to make abortion an act of homicide? - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]This page is 12 pages of no discussion about the actual Louisiana House Bill that amends the language to fertilization from implantation.[/quote] The "Plan B" pill, the most immediate recourse for those worried about a sexual encounter gone wrong, is clearly the aim behind that language. ...
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re: Louisiana wants to make abortion an act of homicide? - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]I don't know why people are getting so bent out of shape. Move to a state where abortion will remain legal if you want one. If you want to live in a state where abortion is illegal, go ahead and do that.[/quote] This would make the most sense but, as someone else earlier in the thread ment...
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re: Louisiana wants to make abortion an act of homicide? - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]Nope. Pay for your own mistakes.[/quote] Well, then your opinion has no business in how they handle their mistakes. They want an abortion, it should be their right. ...
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re: Louisiana wants to make abortion an act of homicide? - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]took back personal responsibility.[/quote] Well, not all families in your state feel this way. Some are perfectly fine with using abortion to get out of a mistake that will cost them for the rest of their lives. But, being you're imposing your will on them, you're ready for your taxes ...
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re: Louisiana wants to make abortion an act of homicide? - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]Oh no, they asked a question. Yikes.[/quote] Color me shocked that you don't grasp the nuances, questions, and repercussions of overturning 50 years of established law. All some of y'all care about, if it "owns the libs". Trump blows up the deficit and you "conservatives" couldn't give...
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re: Louisiana wants to make abortion an act of homicide? - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]So are we gonna arrest drs from other states when they visit Louisiana?[/quote] There are lots of legal articles asking this [b]exact[/b] question thanks to the leaked opinion....
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re: Louisiana wants to make abortion an act of homicide? - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]What a freaking strawman. Most people, outside of the extreme fringe, are not okay with that and if carrying a rape baby to term is codified I would get out and protest.[/quote] Well, it's happening. Put on your marching shoes....
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re: Louisiana wants to make abortion an act of homicide? - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]An emotional plea to a situation that makes up maybe 0.00001% of abortions. frick off with that bull shite.[/quote] OK, your 16yo daughter gets pregnant after having sex with some piece of shite friend of hers who you can't stand. You want nothing to do with that baby. She wants an abortion....
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re: Louisiana wants to make abortion an act of homicide? - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]You got a better name for taking a human life?[/quote] A woman gets raped by her Uncle Lnchbox, becomes pregnant, doesn't want the child, heads to Illinois to get an abortion. Uncle reports her for getting an abortion. The rape victim ends up facing a homicide charge, the rapist gets of ...
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Louisiana wants to make abortion an act of homicide? - mmmmmbeeer
According to this Lafayette newspaper, they do. What the actual frick? [link=(https://www.theadvertiser.com/story/news/2022/05/04/louisiana-lawmakers-advance-bill-make-abortion-crime-murder/9648833002/)]Abortion punished as homicide[/link] [link=(https://legiscan.com/LA/text/HB813/id/2549012)]...
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re: The first step to being a pro abortion advocate - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]That's a far cry from charging people with murder as previously stated. That article is from March and it said the issue was on the docket to be discussed. I haven't seen where it made it any further than that.[/quote] Silly me....it's actually fricking Louisiana wanting to charge with h...
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re: The first step to being a pro abortion advocate - mmmmmbeeer
[quote]I am pro-abortion, but against RvW. Our SC doesn't need to be making laws, just saying what is compliant with the constitution. 100% a state issue.[/quote] There's merit in this argument. I disagree with overturning 50yrs of settled law, and the Alito's opinion is incredibly irresponsibly...
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