[SATLUG] OT: Walmart / Right-Left Paradigm
Ernest De Leon
edeleonjr at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 17:01:07 CST 2007
Wow...Ron Paul believes in those....whaddaya figure?
On Nov 6, 2007 2:59 PM, Brian Lewis <astro at astr0.org> wrote:
> I'd definitely vote for the canidste who will close our border off and
> make a law stating that if you cross into this country illegally you
> can never ever become a citizen. Also anyone who hires houses or helps
> said illegals will lose whatever means the had used to help the
> illegals. Gave them a job? Your business is gone. Etc. I'd also like
> to see the end of pipping a kid out on our side of the border =
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Nov 6, 2007, at 4:47 PM, Brian Lewis <astro at astr0.org> wrote:
> > So a rape victim should have to live with a child she will always
> > resent in some way or another because you don't believe that she
> > should be able to CHOOSE to terminate that pregnancy? Seem's that
> > you may not have thought your view out completely. What about a
> > child who will be born brain dead? Or a child that will suffer it's
> > whole life? I don't personally believe in abortion, but I do believe
> > bringing a child into this world is a decision that a woman will
> > have to make, after all, she is hosting the child in her body.
> > Perhaps we should leave that decision up to women only, as they're
> > the major players in that game.
> > On Tue, 6 Nov 2007, pixelnate wrote:
> >> On Tue, 2007-11-06 at 14:40 -0600, Samuel Leon wrote:
> >>> I wish him well but I just don't see him making it. For one I
> >>> think he
> >>> scared most people off by saying he wants to remove social
> >>> security and
> >>> the "woman's right to choose", ideas that don't fit too well in
> >>> liberal
> >>> America.
> >> If the election isn't rigged by Diebold, he has every chance of
> >> winning
> >> the Republican nomination. He could beat Hilary if the campaign was
> >> run
> >> properly.
> >> I would say he is right, we do need to get end social security, but
> >> the
> >> problem is there haven't been a whole lot of better options. My
> >> wife is
> >> a teacher and they don't pay social security, they pay into a teacher
> >> retirement fund, more like a pension, and it works for them.
> >> And as far as taking away a woman's right to choose, well the whole
> >> Planned Parenthood operation is an old eugenics operation anyway. I
> >> am a
> >> bit biased, as my wife is going to be induced tomorrow with our first
> >> child, but I have never been convinced that any woman has a "right"
> >> to
> >> kill anyone. Having seen my son in the womb at 3 months, I cannot
> >> fathom
> >> how anybody can think of a fetus as anything but alive. Ron Paul
> >> was an
> >> OB/Gyn for 20 years (I think), and as a doctor he, more than anyone
> >> else, would understand that.
> >> I don't know about the rest of you but my vote is for Ron Paul for
> >> President in 2008.
> >> ~Nate
> > --
> > Brian Lewis
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