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PatrickSartor
PatrickSartor

Disturbing things we have learned from this post:

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1) The right believes that using people's deaths into a campaign slogan in fine.

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2) Paulie Bianco believes in a nuclear attack on all Muslims.

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3) Rustburket and a Handjob have sexual fantasies about me, a 6' 2" tall man wearing ladies clothing.

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Are you guys sure that you aren't looking for the blog for Log Cabin (homosexual) Republicans.

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You don't seem to be at home here.

ahandout
ahandout

Hell hath no fury like PS scorned.

PatrickSartor
PatrickSartor

"Hell hath no fury like PS scorned."

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The fact that you and Rustburket think that I would look sexy to you wearing women's clothing would not be scorning me.

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Considering that you both are, apparently, men, I might be a little nauseous, but not scorned.

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I think even if a woman thought I would look sexy wearing her clothes I would be really turned off, too.   

PatrickSartor
PatrickSartor

 A Handjob,

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To disagree with the Catholic Church is not the same thing as making a movie with the one and only purpose of taunting, mocking and insulting Muslims.

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False equivalency.

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According to the first amendment, it is the job of the Catholic Church to use it's speech to convince people not to use contraception.

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Requiring church owned schools to provide the option of contraception is would be like requiring a Muslim owned institution to serve food during the Ramadan fast.

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If a movie comes out with Joe Biden playing Jesus Christ, Obama playing Pope Peter creating Christianity as a fraud, then you would have an equivalence.

ahandout
ahandout

PS, having the US government pass a law against your First Amendment rights is nowhere close to an internet film, you tool.

PatrickSartor
PatrickSartor

 "...having the US government pass a law against your First Amendment rights..."

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The first amendment allows Churches to speak and conduct ceremonies.

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It does not require the government to enforce a Church's beliefs.

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If the government makes all things which religions call sins, what do the churches do for living? Molest children and collect money?

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Exempting religious groups would be the government taking sides that the Catholic Church is right about contraception while other religions are wrong.

 

ahandout
ahandout

"While the United States rejects efforts to denigrate the religious beliefs of others..."  Barry Obama.

 http://www.catholic.org/nation...

The Catholic Church seems to disagree with you Barry

ahandout
ahandout

Mr. O, progressives won't stop.  So what Obama put a temporary hold on forcing faith based organizations from having to obey the contraception mandate.  Sooner or later the ACLU will sue and a liberal judge will enforce the contraception mandate.

And that still leaves individuals and employers that have religious beliefs contrary to Obamacare forced to comply. 

ahandout
ahandout

Obama doesn't care.

 

What happens starting today?

Today signals the beginning of a season of impossible decisions for

employers who, for reasons of conscience, have not been paying for

abortion-inducing drugs, contraception, or sterilization for their

employees. Employers are now required to offer these services for

“free”—meaning the employers pick up the cost of including these

services in their health insurance plans. At the renewal of their health

plan years, the HHS mandate will force employers into an untenable

choice: violate their deeply held beliefs or forfeit the provision of

health insurance altogether and risk steep fines.

http://blog.heritage.org/2012/...

ahandout
ahandout

 Mr O, I know that you live under a rock, but try and keep up.  Have you heard of the morning after pill?  It's abortion in pill form, and the Catholic church doesn't favor contraception.  IT'S NOT YOUR OPINION THAT COUNTS.

http://www.ewtn.com/library/ma...

Does the Church teach that the unnatural or artificial means of birth

control are immoral and blameworthy? Yes. In Humanae Vitae, the

first-named form of illicit or unnatural method of birth control is

abortion (n. 14).[3]

ahandout
ahandout

 Mr. O, DQ, and the rest of the ignorant hive.  Obamacare has a contraception mandate.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/...

The mandate forces religious organizations to comply with OBAMACARE.

“In effect, the president is saying we have a year to figure out how to

violate our consciences,” said Cardinal-designate Timothy Dolan,

archbishop of New York and president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic

Bishops.

http://www.lifenews.com/2012/0...

Glen Fiddich
Glen Fiddich

 Shorter ahandjob:

"I have to say SOMETHING.  Even I am not so stupid that I don't realize Sh!tt has lost the White House to Obama.  But I have to say SOMETHING...."

MrObvious
MrObvious

To Mr handout, what you wrote was that ACA force churches to do abortions.

contraception is not abortion.

So you would be dead wrong. So speaking of ignorant.

Second, churches don't have to comply with ACA - churches that are part of the commons do.

Again, speaking of ignorant.

Third no one is FORCED to use contraceptives. That includes the bishops - if they don't want to use a condome, they don't have to.

Again - speaking of ignorant.

Thanks for the fallacy mush you just puked all over the place.

Besides, Timothy Dolan is a lying sack of manure in this case. He rather use the religious institution that he's part of for political means then to actually stand up and tell people the truth about it.

Again - speaking of a religious leader to lie to people who are ignorant enough to confuse what you HAVE to do (such as breath and pay taxes) with the option the church have to comply with for the ones who want to use it if they're part of the commons.

ahandout
ahandout

 You continue to insist on your ignorance.  Why am I surprised?

outsider2011
outsider2011

just look at all those endtreads.

i think you are right Mo - paulie is just a little coward.

that is disappointing.

on the other hand, rusty is a fumb duck - and there is no surprise there at all

MrObvious
MrObvious

Nothing says coward as excusing his behavior as some higher form of 'never do X'.

It's so juvenile.

paulejb
paulejb

filmnoia,

"Love em, been around them all my life - grandmother, mother, wife and two daughters."

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Than you would think that you would not be so disrespectful of a woman just because you disagree with her. Aren't women entitled to an opinion of their own?

mantisdragon91
mantisdragon91

 Not according to Republicans. They want them doing laundry and birthing babies.

ahandout
ahandout

 I don't know any man that can birth a baby.  How about you?

MrObvious
MrObvious

Which is not what he wrote, there was nothing in his entire comment that gave anyone the idea that he thought she is what she is because she's a woman.

Why is your first impulse always to create a fallacy for your argument? What does it serve you?

paulejb
paulejb

MrObvious,

As usual, you don't have any idea what you are talking about"Ironic"

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Not a fallacy, Ob? Just ironic?

ahandout
ahandout

 It's an ironic fallacy, Paul.

MrObvious
MrObvious

Great argument for an endthread. Adds great value for whatever you're trying to accomplish. If you're a 5 year old.

ahandout
ahandout

You still have to come up a grade level to meet the standards.

MrObvious
MrObvious

ahandout

Sorry, your pathetic taunts beats them all. Why don't you go and pizz yourself with fear that the red flood is coming to git yah.

If your entire argument is that I'm dumb then so be it - but don't expect me to care much.

paulejb
paulejb

DonQuixotic,

"Never complain, never explain and never let them see you sweat."'Ok, you had me up until that part.'

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Your friends need no explanation, Don. Your enemies don't care.