TRUMP GETS STUMPED

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    Apr 19, 2011 4:34 PM GMT
    Still think this idiot is presidential material?

    http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/04/19/6495853-the-donald-trumped-on-abortion-question
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    Apr 19, 2011 6:47 PM GMT


    So IT IS a woman's choice.

    Guess the Christian Righties will dump his ass toot sweet.
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    Apr 19, 2011 6:50 PM GMT
    LeanathleticDC said

    So IT IS a woman's choice.

    Guess the Christian Righties will dump his ass toot sweet.
    always has been.. to those who practice the tenents of our constitution..
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    Apr 19, 2011 6:54 PM GMT
    He looks like a fish when he talks.
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    Apr 19, 2011 7:02 PM GMT
    shyshortguy saidHe looks like a fish when he talks.
    Thats too nice.. try something stronger LOL
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    Apr 19, 2011 7:21 PM GMT
    TropicalMark said
    shyshortguy saidHe looks like a fish when he talks.
    Thats too nice.. try something stronger LOL


    He looks like my great-aunt's vag when he speaks, then. Only half as hairy and twice as mean.
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    Apr 19, 2011 7:26 PM GMT
    shyshortguy said
    TropicalMark said
    shyshortguy saidHe looks like a fish when he talks.
    Thats too nice.. try something stronger LOL


    He looks like my great-aunt's vag when he speaks, then. Only half as hairy and twice as mean.
    Big thumbs up!
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    Apr 19, 2011 8:01 PM GMT
    Trump 2012!
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    Apr 19, 2011 9:22 PM GMT
    It all has to do with defining life and when it begins.

    I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic.
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    Apr 19, 2011 9:52 PM GMT
    He's a reckless canon, so he probably has a good chance at being our next president.
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    Apr 19, 2011 9:52 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie saidIt all has to do with defining life and when it begins.

    I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic.


    Hmmm. Doesn't the GOP support the right to murder someone in the privacy of their own home in defense of property or person, if necessary, even if there is no actual danger to the person?

    See Self Defense Laws of Texas

    http://www.self-defender.net/law3.htm
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    Apr 19, 2011 11:29 PM GMT
    catfish5 said
    mocktwinkie saidIt all has to do with defining life and when it begins.

    I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic.


    Hmmm. Doesn't the GOP support the right to murder someone in the privacy of their own home in defense of property or person, if necessary, even if there is no actual danger to the person?

    See Self Defense Laws of Texas

    http://www.self-defender.net/law3.htm


    Are you saying that the person intruding on the property has no choice in the matter?
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    Apr 19, 2011 11:42 PM GMT
    mocktwinkie saidIt all has to do with defining life and when it begins.

    I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic.


    Apparently you've never been to one of my house parties...
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    Apr 19, 2011 11:59 PM GMT
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    catfish5 said
    mocktwinkie saidIt all has to do with defining life and when it begins.

    I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic.


    Hmmm. Doesn't the GOP support the right to murder someone in the privacy of their own home in defense of property or person, if necessary, even if there is no actual danger to the person?

    See Self Defense Laws of Texas

    http://www.self-defender.net/law3.htm


    Are you saying that the person intruding on the property has no choice in the matter?


    Look at your original post. "I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic."

    Obviously, if you read the self defense laws in Texas, the Texas GOP disagrees with you.
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    Apr 20, 2011 1:30 AM GMT
    catfish5 said
    mocktwinkie said
    catfish5 said
    mocktwinkie saidIt all has to do with defining life and when it begins.

    I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic.


    Hmmm. Doesn't the GOP support the right to murder someone in the privacy of their own home in defense of property or person, if necessary, even if there is no actual danger to the person?

    See Self Defense Laws of Texas

    http://www.self-defender.net/law3.htm


    Are you saying that the person intruding on the property has no choice in the matter?


    Look at your original post. "I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic."

    Obviously, if you read the self defense laws in Texas, the Texas GOP disagrees with you.


    I was obviously referring to someone holding another against their will. Are you just feigning stupidity?
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    Apr 20, 2011 1:31 AM GMT
    Christian73 said
    mocktwinkie saidIt all has to do with defining life and when it begins.

    I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic.


    Apparently you've never been to one of my house parties...


    Hahaha! I actually laughed out loud. This made my night!
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    Apr 20, 2011 5:52 AM GMT
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    catfish5 said
    mocktwinkie said
    catfish5 said
    mocktwinkie saidIt all has to do with defining life and when it begins.

    I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic.


    Hmmm. Doesn't the GOP support the right to murder someone in the privacy of their own home in defense of property or person, if necessary, even if there is no actual danger to the person?

    See Self Defense Laws of Texas

    http://www.self-defender.net/law3.htm


    Are you saying that the person intruding on the property has no choice in the matter?


    Look at your original post. "I'm sure most of us would agree that "a right to privacy" doesn't include protecting the right for us to murder someone in the privacy of our own home, or a clinic."

    Obviously, if you read the self defense laws in Texas, the Texas GOP disagrees with you.


    I was obviously referring to someone holding another against their will. Are you just feigning stupidity?


    Based on this post, your bizarre conservative rantings, and some of your ridiculous previous posts (including support for Trump the Chump for Prez based on speaking like "he cares for the country"), I think you are the embodiment of stupidity.
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    Apr 20, 2011 11:31 AM GMT
    Nothing else needs to be said

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    Apr 20, 2011 1:39 PM GMT
    Well for some arguable most the "right to privacy"exists by itself and can be discussed without the mention of "abortion".
    So the fact that it didn't come to his mind, and he didn't regurgitate the same tired old argument about pro and con is sort of refreshing.

    A good question is, while everyone is feeling nice and private with "the right to privacy in abortion", how do you change gears and support gun control and the banning of owning any gun at all " laws supported and written until recently"?

    The answer is some on the left drag out "the right to privacy" only with abortion. But the government can regulate and should control just about everything else in your life. Even down to banning toys in happy meals. This is a clear example of liberal hypocrisy , this privacy right only extends around topics that particular faction is interested in promoting.

    But I guess some need something to talk about since more than 50% of voters would not re elect Obama.
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    Apr 20, 2011 2:31 PM GMT
    musclmed saidWell for some arguable most the "right to privacy"exists by itself and can be discussed without the mention of "abortion".
    So the fact that it didn't come to his mind, and he didn't regurgitate the same tired old argument about pro and con is sort of refreshing.

    A good question is, while everyone is feeling nice and private with "the right to privacy in abortion", how do you change gears and support gun control and the banning of owning any gun at all " laws supported and written until recently"?

    The answer is some on the left drag out "the right to privacy" only with abortion. But the government can regulate and should control just about everything else in your life. Even down to banning toys in happy meals. This is a clear example of liberal hypocrisy , this privacy right only extends around topics that particular faction is interested in promoting.

    But I guess some need something to talk about since more than 50% of voters would not re elect Obama.


    Here lies the hypocrisy: The GOP wants smaller government. Yet wants to expand government at every turn to restrict a woman's right to chose (including in the recent budget bill).

    And if you think Trump is refreshing (with his ongoing rants appealing to birthers that even other Teabagger activists have had enough of), you need to prescribe yourself some better drugs to cope with reality.

    BTW Save the hate. With the current line up of GOP frontrunners, you're gonna have 4 more years of Obama to get thru. LOL icon_lol.gif
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    Apr 20, 2011 3:19 PM GMT
    catfish5 said
    musclmed saidWell for some arguable most the "right to privacy"exists by itself and can be discussed without the mention of "abortion".
    So the fact that it didn't come to his mind, and he didn't regurgitate the same tired old argument about pro and con is sort of refreshing.

    A good question is, while everyone is feeling nice and private with "the right to privacy in abortion", how do you change gears and support gun control and the banning of owning any gun at all " laws supported and written until recently"?

    The answer is some on the left drag out "the right to privacy" only with abortion. But the government can regulate and should control just about everything else in your life. Even down to banning toys in happy meals. This is a clear example of liberal hypocrisy , this privacy right only extends around topics that particular faction is interested in promoting.

    But I guess some need something to talk about since more than 50% of voters would not re elect Obama.


    Here lies the hypocrisy: The GOP wants smaller government. Yet wants to expand government at every turn to restrict a woman's right to chose (including in the recent budget bill).

    And if you think Trump is refreshing (with his ongoing rants appealing to birthers that even other Teabagger activists have had enough of), you need to prescribe yourself some better drugs to cope with reality.

    BTW Save the hate. With the current line up of GOP frontrunners, you're gonna have 4 more years of Obama to get thru. LOL icon_lol.gif



    not that I agree with it, as a tactic. But why is defunding something expanding government?

    Catfish seriously. Its obvious when a liberal Rj'ers gets flustered, they start with kindergarten name calling and personal attacks "prescribe some drugs".... blah

    I said the response was refreshing. I didnt say a word about any silly birth certificate issue. And I have said before Obamas citizenship is settled years ago.


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    Apr 20, 2011 3:30 PM GMT
    musclmed said
    catfish5 said
    musclmed saidWell for some arguable most the "right to privacy"exists by itself and can be discussed without the mention of "abortion".
    So the fact that it didn't come to his mind, and he didn't regurgitate the same tired old argument about pro and con is sort of refreshing.

    A good question is, while everyone is feeling nice and private with "the right to privacy in abortion", how do you change gears and support gun control and the banning of owning any gun at all " laws supported and written until recently"?

    The answer is some on the left drag out "the right to privacy" only with abortion. But the government can regulate and should control just about everything else in your life. Even down to banning toys in happy meals. This is a clear example of liberal hypocrisy , this privacy right only extends around topics that particular faction is interested in promoting.

    But I guess some need something to talk about since more than 50% of voters would not re elect Obama.


    Here lies the hypocrisy: The GOP wants smaller government. Yet wants to expand government at every turn to restrict a woman's right to chose (including in the recent budget bill).

    And if you think Trump is refreshing (with his ongoing rants appealing to birthers that even other Teabagger activists have had enough of), you need to prescribe yourself some better drugs to cope with reality.

    BTW Save the hate. With the current line up of GOP frontrunners, you're gonna have 4 more years of Obama to get thru. LOL icon_lol.gif



    not that I agree with it, as a tactic. But why is defunding something expanding government?

    Catfish seriously. Its obvious when a liberal Rj'ers gets flustered, they start with kindergarten name calling and personal attacks "prescribe some drugs".... blah

    I said the response was refreshing. I didnt say a word about any silly birth certificate issue. And I have said before Obamas citizenship is settled years ago.




    The GOP's social agenda has no place in a budget bill. It's big government sticking it's nose where it doesn't belong.

    And bless your heart. It wasn't a personal attack. I really believe you must be high on something to post some of the comments you do. Whatever gets you thru the day, though. Who am I to judge?
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    Apr 20, 2011 3:33 PM GMT
    Christian73 said
    Apparently you've never been to one of my house parties...



    Apparently my invitation got lost in the mail icon_cry.gif
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    Apr 20, 2011 7:16 PM GMT
    musclmed said
    catfish5 said
    musclmed saidWell for some arguable most the "right to privacy"exists by itself and can be discussed without the mention of "abortion".
    So the fact that it didn't come to his mind, and he didn't regurgitate the same tired old argument about pro and con is sort of refreshing.

    A good question is, while everyone is feeling nice and private with "the right to privacy in abortion", how do you change gears and support gun control and the banning of owning any gun at all " laws supported and written until recently"?

    The answer is some on the left drag out "the right to privacy" only with abortion. But the government can regulate and should control just about everything else in your life. Even down to banning toys in happy meals. This is a clear example of liberal hypocrisy , this privacy right only extends around topics that particular faction is interested in promoting.

    But I guess some need something to talk about since more than 50% of voters would not re elect Obama.


    Here lies the hypocrisy: The GOP wants smaller government. Yet wants to expand government at every turn to restrict a woman's right to chose (including in the recent budget bill).

    And if you think Trump is refreshing (with his ongoing rants appealing to birthers that even other Teabagger activists have had enough of), you need to prescribe yourself some better drugs to cope with reality.

    BTW Save the hate. With the current line up of GOP frontrunners, you're gonna have 4 more years of Obama to get thru. LOL icon_lol.gif



    not that I agree with it, as a tactic. But why is defunding something expanding government?

    Catfish seriously. Its obvious when a liberal Rj'ers gets flustered, they start with kindergarten name calling and personal attacks "prescribe some drugs".... blah

    I said the response was refreshing. I didnt say a word about any silly birth certificate issue. And I have said before Obamas citizenship is settled years ago.






    When "liberal Rj'er's get flustered, they start with kindergarten name calling and personal attacks"?
    LMFAO!
    There you go again.
    You Repubs are always trying to rewrite history.

    The absolute worst offender when it comes to "kindergarten name calling and personal attacks" is the hardcore right-winger - mocktwinkie.
    And there a number of other right-wingers who are extremely prone to it as well.

    Namecalling and personal attacks are a bipartisan offense.
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    Apr 21, 2011 12:06 AM GMT
    Defunding Planned Parenthood != federal abortion ban.

    It follows the GOP scope of reducing government size, and tangentially, removing itself from being a stakeholder (if I may be a tad hyperbolic) in the invasion of the privacy of a baby's and/or the murder of the same baby.

    Defunding PP would not be the end of PP, as federal funding only accounts for about a third of PP's total budget.

    The institutional slaughter of babies would continue largely unabated - of this, people and various Canaanite deities requiring the sacrifice of children would be well satisfied ;)

    /sarcasm