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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 04:02 PM

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 05:36 PM
The fact that some folks want this a$$hat as president of the U.S. is scary stupid.

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 05:55 PM
Rick Santorum's idea of contraception!


 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 06:20 PM
What's going on with the birth control issue has galvanized women like I've not seen in a long time. Santorum is a blight on humanity. At least from this woman's perspective.

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 06:38 PM
He has a screw loose or two....or three

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 06:47 PM
So prenatal health care for women is a conspiracy that leads to abortion in his world. Wow, just wow.

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 06:48 PM
Glad he is spouting off all these bat crap nuts things now, so all women fully understand he hates them.

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 07:05 PM
I recently read when his wife had a still born child he took the child and brought it home. He introduced the dead baby to his children as their brother Gabriel and then he took him to the funeral home to be prepared for burial....

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 07:17 PM
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I recently read when his wife had a still born child he took the child and brought it home. He introduced the dead baby to his children as their brother Gabriel and then he took him to the funeral home to be prepared for burial....


I just came back here to post that but you beat me to it. Grieving is fine; bringing home stillborns strikes me as being a bit too much like "Pet Sematary" for my way of thought.

I'm no big Obama fan; but everytime I think about the three major Republican candidates the same thought comes to mind: "If Curly drops out will they replace him with Shemp"?

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 07:18 PM
Santorum is an idiot. Enough with the Catholic horsesh*t,especially considering he serves a Pope who as a bishop literally dealt with a pedophile priest by not turning him in but doing the counseling and transfer to another parrish route, and who is currently presiding over a Vatican in disarray;

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-17074108


..................In the run-up to this Consistory it emerged that the Pope's current ambassador (nuncio) to the United States, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, had written to the Pope confidentially last March, alleging corruption, nepotism and cronyism inside the office where he worked.

Elderly men dominate the College of Cardinals

Nepotism is a word charged with heavy meaning inside the Vatican. For centuries popes were accustomed to appoint their own nephews as cardinals, sometimes when they were only in their teens.

Archbishop Vigano's letter was leaked by an Italian investigative journalist during a TV transmission on the independent Italian Channel La Sette. The Vatican has not contested that the letter is genuine.

Another leak concerns attempts by the Holy See to combat suspicions of money-laundering by the Vatican Bank.

Published by the Italian newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano, which has consistently reported on alleged suspicious transactions at the bank, the document bears the signature of Cardinal Attilio Nicora. He heads a new internal committee tasked by the Pope with helping the Holy See comply with international banking regulations, aimed at combating international financial crime.

The letter suggests serious divisions of opinion inside the Vatican over how best to prevent it becoming a fiscal paradise, a tax haven for dodgy commercial operations run by nominees who have no right to hold accounts at the Institute for Works of Religion (IOR).

Whistleblowers criticised

During the 1980s the IOR - the formal name of the Vatican Bank - was at the centre of a major international financial scandal which resulted in a loss for the Vatican of $250m (£158m). Vatican Bank accounts are supposed to be held only by religious orders and members of the clergy.

The Vatican's own daily newspaper Osservatore Romano wrote in a recent editorial that officials who revealed sensitive internal documents were "wolves" and that Pope Benedict was ready to stand up to their "irresponsible and undignified behaviour".

The Pope's spokesman, Fr Federico Lombardi, compared the leaks to America's Wikileaks scandal and said they were intended to show the Vatican and its central government in a bad light.

The Pope himself appeared to refer to the poisonous atmosphere prevailing inside the frescoed halls of the Vatican this winter, when he told local Rome seminarians training to become priests: "There is a lot of talk about the Church, a lot of things being said. Let us hope there is also talk about our faith!"

Money clearly preoccupies the men currently running the Catholic Church.

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 10:05 PM
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What's going on with the birth control issue has galvanized women like I've not seen in a long time.


What's going on with it?

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 10:48 PM
In an interview with Charlie Rose (that can be found on youtube) Frank Zappa said:

"When you start trying to legislate morality you got a problem. It doesn't work, it hasn't worked in the past, it won't work in the future. There's a difference between responsibility and adherent to dogma. When the dogma becomes legislation, that's 'when you have the danger. I have this horrible fear that the United States should wend its way toward being a fascist theocracy, the cross converted into a symbol of fascism in the service of politics. This is BAD."

In 1988 it sounds like Frank was talking about old rick sanitorium rather than pat robertson.


FZ was so far ahead of his time.

I miss him.

 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 11:00 PM
The fact that Santorum is giving Romney a run for his money must help Obama sleep very well at night.
 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 11:09 PM
At that prayer breakfast, Obama implied that his economic plan was rooted in what Jesus would do if he was here and what Jesus would want. Zappa would love that one.
 

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  posted on 2/20/2012 at 11:15 PM
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Santorum is a blight on humanity. At least from this woman's perspective.



x2! From this woman's perspective as well.

 

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  posted on 2/21/2012 at 09:44 AM
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What's going on with the birth control issue has galvanized women like I've not seen in a long time. Santorum is a blight on humanity. At least from this woman's perspective.



my wife agrees and so do I

 

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At that prayer breakfast, Obama implied that his economic plan was rooted in what Jesus would do if he was here and what Jesus would want. Zappa would love that one.


Gosh, you may have a point there.

So, what's your take on the Santorum candidacy so far?

 

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  posted on 2/21/2012 at 10:14 AM
don't vote for him.

all the derogatory comments and name calling serve no purpose at all. None.

in the end, he'll be a former presidential hopeful and people will remember that whoever made some nasty remarks about him are the ones who carry the nastiness...

what purpose does it serve to blast the guy? To call him names?

don't vote for him. I've come to love the "I'm not a big Obama supporter but so-and-so is a real idiot" type of voter logic. I guess whoever gets called the fewest number of nasty names is the winner by attrition...

 

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  posted on 2/21/2012 at 10:19 AM
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don't vote for him.

all the derogatory comments and name calling serve no purpose at all. None.

in the end, he'll be a former presidential hopeful and people will remember that whoever made some nasty remarks about him are the ones who carry the nastiness...

what purpose does it serve to blast the guy? To call him names?

don't vote for him. I've come to love the "I'm not a big Obama supporter but so-and-so is a real idiot" type of voter logic. I guess whoever gets called the fewest number of nasty names is the winner by attrition...


Was just joking...i have a bad habit of joking about most things....sorry if I offended u....deleted my post!

 

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  posted on 2/21/2012 at 10:35 AM
dadof2 offended me??? heh, not at all. It's the whole political thing, it's like one giant "playpen".

vote for who you (not "you") want.

look at Herman Cain. The guy took a BEATING. Off he goes, back to being the rich, womanizing fella he was before he subjected himself to the scrutiny of the flawless pundits who think nothing of throwing some dude under the bus. In Santorum's case, okay, say what you will about the guy but he's a loving father and husband whose ideas might not jive with some people so now he's vilified as some monster.

the whole thing is a messy joke, loaded with hypocrites. People cast disparaging remarks from high atop their gleaming white thrones at people who are just as flawed as they are.

just vote.

 

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dadof2 offended me??? heh, not at all. It's the whole political thing, it's like one giant "playpen".

vote for who you (not "you") want.

look at Herman Cain. The guy took a BEATING. Off he goes, back to being the rich, womanizing fella he was before he subjected himself to the scrutiny of the flawless pundits who think nothing of throwing some dude under the bus. In Santorum's case, okay, say what you will about the guy but he's a loving father and husband whose ideas might not jive with some people so now he's vilified as some monster.

the whole thing is a messy joke, loaded with hypocrites. People cast disparaging remarks from high atop their gleaming white thrones at people who are just as flawed as they are.

just vote.


but the conversation is intended to bring out where candidates stand on issues.
you just don't vote blindly for a guy because he is a good father and husband.

white thrones? is that another name for the porcelain convenience ?

I don't think he is a monster, but I find his ideas and policies dangerous.

 

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  posted on 2/21/2012 at 10:56 AM
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In Santorum's case, okay, say what you will about the guy but he's a loving father and husband whose ideas might not jive with some people so now he's vilified as some monster.


This person may be the President of the United States. "Ideas might not jive?" There's some rather disturbing things going on in the realm of social issues these days, and Santorum is at the forefront of those issues.

"Just don't vote for him and shut up?"

No, never.

 

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  posted on 2/21/2012 at 11:02 AM
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understood. Nothing wrong with conversation, debate or even a healthy argument.

my point isn't the issue itself... and I wouldn't vote for someone based on "a loving father/husband", we all vote for our own reasons.

it's the name calling. just in this thread alone; "a blight on humanity", "an idiot", "an a$$hat". I mean, okay, you don't like the dude's agenda or where he stands on issues but c'mon...

 

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In Santorum's case, okay, say what you will about the guy but he's a loving father and husband whose ideas might not jive with some people so now he's vilified as some monster.


This person may be the President of the United States. "Ideas might not jive?" There's some rather disturbing things going on in the realm of social issues these days, and Santorum is at the forefront of those issues.

"Just don't vote for him and shut up?"

No, never.


I could talk to anyone for hours concerning the realm of social issues and how I feel they are disturbing... but that's another story. Again, issues are one thing and should be discussed but do it with a civil and thoughtful slant. Name calling lessens the integrity of ones' stance.

you're all bedouins...

 

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In Santorum's case, okay, say what you will about the guy but he's a loving father and husband whose ideas might not jive with some people so now he's vilified as some monster.


This person may be the President of the United States. "Ideas might not jive?" There's some rather disturbing things going on in the realm of social issues these days, and Santorum is at the forefront of those issues.

"Just don't vote for him and shut up?"

No, never.


I could talk to anyone for hours concerning the realm of social issues and how I feel they are disturbing... but that's another story. Again, issues are one thing and should be discussed but do it with a civil and thoughtful slant. Name calling lessens the integrity of ones' stance.

you're all bedouins...


I haven't called Santorum anything...

 

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