The subject here is not homosexuals per say. That was just one example. I gave you many. My initial point was about Christian overreach into our government. That is a fact. You are the one that responded as if you and your 10 friends somehow make this obvious fact not true. Do you think the FFRF keeps a staff of lawyers because nothing is going on in the separation of church and state arena (they alone have 15 current active cases)?
Decide for yourself. It is not about me.
Hey I would love to live in Beverly Hills, or Hollywood, or even Orange but I live somewhere that I can afford DF. Well the way you get it back is by leaving and not giving these companies your money, move away to an area you can afford.... then guess what happens? They close down the places that hire minimum wage workers because theres no one to work, and then another closes, and another. All of the sudden it's not very nice or convenient to live in these areas, with no restaurants, grocery stores, etc- which leads to..... declining property values, and then it's no longer $2000 for that 1BR you were talking about. People then come back and it starts again
Even if he did/does something remotely close to what they want, it's still his fault and is to blame.
Undocumented immigrants do not qualify for welfare, food stamps, Medicaid, and most other public benefits. Most of these programs require proof of legal immigration status and under the 1996 welfare law, even legal immigrants cannot receive these benefits until they have been in the US for more than five years. They pay $15 billion a year into SS with no intention of ever collecting benefits.
Not exactly a flea marketing, but still...It is kinda weird.
Genocide and ethnic cleansing were way more popular in the past. If you didn't enslave a population after a war, it was typical to slaughter them all.
Paul didn?t learn from the disciples.
That will be close to history?s judgement of the man.
I'm not triggered; no, throwing around insults won't bait me either. Christianity is disgusting; it's major focus is the filthiness of humanity and a major obsession with torture... from the deity that commanded for torture, through the claimed salvation from torture by torture. All the while, acolytes bleat loudly about love, are proud to call themselves "sheep" and have so debased their sense of reality that they consider blind faith to be a virtue - although it's hard to see how else you could arrive at such nonsense in a vacuum of evidence.
He's not painting a billion people. There's almost 2 billion Muslims. Even a small percentage of 2 billion is A LOT of people. Those who are he's referring to, as am I.
Again, we can test wind. We can jointly experience wind. We can create wind and compare force of the wind and whether we feel it not. Two people can stand in front of a fan and turn it on and off and check with each other if they are feeling it and not feeling it.
Nope. I know that you must be that gullible, though.
Maybe just accept that everyone is going to have an opinion in life and those aren't always going to align with your own.- this is what agreeing to disagree means
Nah. God made 'em all less than 30K years ago.
The build etc, of the day.....and a Jew for sure. Tried to enlarge your photo seeing you though the may have looked like U...You went all Fuzzy .?? ?? ??
I know she's not a creationist, from her own lips she called herself an evolutionist, not that any of these labels are especially helpful. she merely holds the position that natural selection isn't the main catalyst of evolution, she's thought this since the late '60s. I believe she has some good points, and this doesn't change the theory of evolution very much at all. in all likeliness both positions are right to some extent, and knowledge and understanding moves forward. this is not a small step towards creationism, creationism has never been less likely, and will continue to become less likely as real knowledge progresses.
It has gotten out of hand. People deserve to have a private life outside of work, and should be able to do things (that are within the law). However, if you are a public figure, the official representative of a company, police officer, someone holding a public office, etc. you are kind of exempt from having a private life. You kinda sign up for that when you take that job. Catholic schools and private schools are different because they are private entities and have their own rules and regulations, which you acknowledge when you get employed by them.
A happy ending, perhaps?
Right, but what does that tell you?
I know democrats struggle with the 2nd amendment but liberals for the most part, as is fundamental to their philosophy, protectors of liberty.
Not putting up with sexist crap from you, just like I wouldn't put with racist crap from you.
This is a great topic. I don't think there is a definitive answer, though. I feel like it is because we aren't teaching our kids how to deal with rejection. We have this mantra now of everyone is a winner and this sense of entitlement, that when rejection happens many people can't deal with it.
Or: we're a big province, regional representation, and stable moderate political parties are important considerations in how we want to form government.
For someone who spends so much time dedicated to perpetuating the stories of that fantasy man, you certainly are confused.
Then since he offers custom designed cakes for sale to the general public, he cannot turn down Butt Stallion's request for a custom designed vagina cake, or a neo-Nazi's request for a custom designed swastika cake, right? To do otherwise would be to discriminate against the wishes of some of his customers, thereby treating some customers differently than other customers.
I reject your (YOUR) childish superstition.