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Recent content by marchare

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    Should Intelligent Design Be Taught In Schools?

    The state, a mere artifact, has no right to practice religion and is in fact specifically forbidden from doing so, not by “popular opinion of the nation”, but by the First Amendment, regardless of what “people believe the laws governing them should be”. Spirituality is not subject to consensus...
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    Live Sex Shows Legal in Oregon

    On the mater of property values, the phenomenon of "white flight" (in America) is usually accompanied by the rationalization, “They bring down property values”. These fleeing whites’ perceptions about a new neighbor are not the real reason for the depression of values. It’s what they think they...
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    Live Sex Shows Legal in Oregon

    While reading the transcript of the 10-10-05 O‘Reilly Factor, the broadcast referred to in post #1, it occurred to me that the story about live sex shows was just a pretext for another bout of liberal slamming. Implied is that “naughty” liberals are bringing us live sex. Can’t tell from the...
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    Live Sex Shows Legal in Oregon

    I read a transcript of a story “Sex in the Northwest”, The O‘Reilly Factor. Ann Bremner:“a liberal is someone that knows what's good for you better than you know yourself.”Bill O’Reilly:“I mean, Oregon is now outflanking California as the most left wing state in the union.”Dave Reinhard:“I like...
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    It's time to IMPEACH Bush!

    Good site. Why far more credible? The convenient omission by the Kerry campaign of the charity-donation aspects of Cheney’s connections, is to be expected from a politician. In likewise fashion, Cheney’s insistence that he has “no financial interest in Halliburton of any kind”, was an outright...
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    It's time to IMPEACH Bush!

    Canuck, you must have noticed that many Americans are soft on war criminals when they are their own. Dirt on the president equals “badmouthing America”. The “nucular weppins” didn’t exist. Are you defending president pants-on-fire’s Iraq war, with thousands of optional casualties and deaths, on...
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    It's time to IMPEACH Bush!

    Impeach bush? For lying us into invading Iraq, this “pro life” president, with the optional blood of thousands on his preemptive hands, deserves something else. If the American people had their poop in a group, they would insist he adopt a position like that of Mussolini (feet up from a lamppost).
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    on the futility of activism

    The average American’s authority to “spew endless diatribes” at their elected public servants stems not from a “media-skewed portrayal of current events”, but from the First Amendment. Incidentally, election into office does not qualify one as “leader of our country”. You can’t lead all of the...
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    Now We Know Why Bushie Picked Meirs

    Don’t worry folks. Ms. Meirs, unlike “Hekuvajob Browney“, has no Arabian Horse Association in her past. Her experience as Texas Lottery commissioner more than qualifies her to sit in judgment over our rights.
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    The Pledge of Allegiance

    Yes, and I would loosely interpret that you cannot have freedom of thought without freedom from indoctrination.
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    The Pledge of Allegiance

    You didn’t get this, did you? (I quote myself:) Just try to lengthen your attention span to cover more than one clause at a time. There are connections between these two quotes: “they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights” implies that “human rights do not emanate from...
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    The Pledge of Allegiance

    So you moan and groan about not harboring ill will towards atheists, and then base your denial of rights on their denial of your “creator“. Your view of rights seems dependant upon the perceived opinion of the recipient of those rights. Just what do you believe is the source atheists rights? By...
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    The Pledge of Allegiance

    The only question I have continually been asking is “How is the restoration, by law, of the Pledge to it’s pre ‘54 form, an infringement on anyone’s rights?”. Anyone have the guts to answer that question? Answers so far: “……even if children were legally compelled to recite the Pledge, no...
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    The Pledge of Allegiance

    I think you are being dishonest about how you feel about atheists. What you see in the First Amendment is colored by something, and that something is not love for atheists. Atheists are, ”not in the group for whom the law applies“. The Bill of Rights applies according to group? Still, instead...
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    The Pledge of Allegiance

    Your view that atheism is not protected by the amendment implies that congress has the power to criminalize atheism, so I must ask you “about jailing”. You pulled out the constitution and proceeded to twist “of religion” into “of a particular religion”. Have you something against atheists...
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