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#16 jakem1

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 23:02

I'm not in the least bit surprised.


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Posted 23 November 2012 - 23:25

Well traditional marriage didn't have the silly notion of age of consent...

Yeah why even bother with consent?

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 02:29

Sounds like this lady has some sexual issues she needs to address.

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 02:42

"anti-gay conservative Christian lawyer" - anyone surprised?

Do you have any idea how ignorant you sound? If that were a Muslim or African American or <insert 'protected' minority class> and someone said "anyone surprised?" heaven would crumble and the skies would fall and that person would get shredded (deservingly so, mind you). So, erase the hate. :)

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 13:29

LoL right. :rolleyes:


Name me 12 people from the Democratic Party (senate or congress, I'm not fussed) who is restricting the rights in the same way that the Republicans are championing.

I can't quite get over this.


The use of 'our' is not implying ownership but rather than at least those who are caught out aren't running moral crusades against minority groups they deem to be 'perverted', 'disgusting' and 'equal to that of a person marrying their dog' ala Santorum.

Been where? Reddit? You've got to be joking if you think a Democrat would get half the **** a Republican, would/does for the same ****. It got so bad during the election I had to un-sub r/politics and filter Romney just to get away from it. Then they just pushed their **** into advice animals, bestof, and just about any other sub that wouldn't immediately delete it. Granted the right wing moral majority make it way to easy when they turn out to be gay pedophiles, but please don't believe the Democrats are anyone's "knights in shining armor" setting an example for the world to follow. Obama said in 2004, “marriage is something sanctified between a man and a woman." and hi position has "evolved" (if he was a republican it would be called "flipping") over the years.


Romney wasn't the issue, it was Paul Ryan in concert with cranks like Richard Mourdock and Todd Akin which scared the crap out of people. I mean, come on, if you took Paul Ryan out of the equation then all the issues relating to Bain Capital or changing his position could easily be sorted out with a good media campaign. When you couple Romney's changing his mind with Paul Ryan's crack pot ideas regarding abortion etc. then it has nothing to do with flip-flopping per se but the combination of factors that scared the crap out of a good section of the electorate.

I'm not going to debate politics here or anywhere for that matter, but remember this the popular vote was about 51-49, and I'm not sure that's a "crash and burn" as you say. They need to stop picking sides and start looking out for the people who put them in office.


And funny when Bush received 50.7% of the popular vote in 2004 all I heard was Republicans crowing about how they have a mandate. Either a win is a win or it isn't - and if the other side has won then you should just suck it up and accept it. I accepted it when Bush was voted in twice, and I accept it when Obama was voted in twice.

And then there's Reddit a site slowly sliding into the brain trust of middle school students.... 12 year olds posting about how they'd "tear up" some pop stars body.


You seen to ignore the fact that there are many, many, many subreddits with people who range from 4chan trollers all the way up to those who contribute well thought out posts in the depth hub. Oh yes, lets label the whole website as immature because you've seen a couple of knuckle dragging mouth breathing idiots vent their stupidity on the forum. Way to go, might as well do an O'Reilly and claim that the Daily Kos represents all the of the Democratic Party.

Do you have any idea how ignorant you sound? If that were a Muslim or African American or <insert 'protected' minority class> and someone said "anyone surprised?" heaven would crumble and the skies would fall and that person would get shredded (deservingly so, mind you). So, erase the hate. :)


Being a Muslim is a choice - you can leave at any time just as you can leave being a Christian or an idiotic ignorant moron who thinks the world was created in six days. African American on the other hand isn't a choice and thus should be protected just as ones gender and sexual orientation should be protected. If you're going to class a religious belief as protected then you might as well say that all opinions are valid and screw any facts that may say differently because god forbid those annoying facts get in the way of a good hand hold hippy love fest. Republicans have set themselves up as holy than thou the moment they aligned themselves with the Religious Right, Moral Majority and other freaks within society and thus they only have themselves to blame when disgusting perverts are exposed for who they are and what their background is.

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 13:59

Republicans have set themselves up as holy than thou the moment they aligned themselves with the Religious Right, Moral Majority and other freaks

I'm a registered Repub and haven't attended church (minus baptisms/funerals) in decades. Any other sweeping generalizations you want to make?

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 14:18

I'm a registered Repub and haven't attended church (minus baptisms/funerals) in decades.

Why are you a Republican?

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 14:33

Why are you a Republican?

*shrugs* Because I'm not a Democrat? That's really the best reason I have, I haven't voted in a few election cycles and politics ranks as high to me as watching ice skating on TV. I loathe politics and the ugliness it brings out in people (both sides of the aisle). It's not often I whip out the "I'm a registered Repub" card mostly because it tends to bring out the crazies when I do. But enough of off-topic discussion from me.

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 16:05

You seen to ignore the fact that there are many, many, many subreddits with people who range from 4chan trollers all the way up to those who contribute well thought out posts in the depth hub. Oh yes, lets label the whole website as immature because you've seen a couple of knuckle dragging mouth breathing idiots vent their stupidity on the forum. Way to go, might as well do an O'Reilly and claim that the Daily Kos represents all the of the Democratic Party.

The front page is all I really have time for, I don't spend enough time there digging through subs hunting for "well thought out posts" on any subject. I know they are there but, the overall tone and quality of Reddit has declined greatly as the age of the majority of their users sinks into the younger age brackets. While, I probably glossed over the quality of Reddit, you do the same ignoring the fact that the "lowest common denominator" is taking over a once good site. Guess we'll just have to disagree on the quality of Reddit.

As for the rest, don't really care, Politics is a nasty **** hole that needs to be flushed and flushed more often. Neither side has any high moral ground to stand on, and they seem to conveniently forget what they are there to do.

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 16:08

Do you have any idea how ignorant you sound? If that were a Muslim or African American or <insert 'protected' minority class> and someone said "anyone surprised?" heaven would crumble and the skies would fall and that person would get shredded (deservingly so, mind you). So, erase the hate. :)


Tolerate intolerance guys

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Posted 25 November 2012 - 15:36

I'm a registered Repub and haven't attended church (minus baptisms/funerals) in decades. Any other sweeping generalizations you want to make?


How is it wrong? Nixon bought in the Southern Strategy and Reagan heralded in the emergence of the religious right as one of the most influential factions of the Republican Party. Sorry but you've aligned yourself with the Republicans and the onus is on you to either change the party into something sane or man up and accept that the entity as a whole represents you. You call it a 'sweeping generalisation' I call it facing reality based on the demographics of the grass roots of the Republican Party. If those of us have to accept the pot smoking bongo drumping hippies then you shoud equally front up and accept the religious nut cases.

Why are you a Republican?


*shrugs* Because I'm not a Democrat? That's really the best reason I have, I haven't voted in a few election cycles and politics ranks as high to me as watching ice skating on TV. I loathe politics and the ugliness it brings out in people (both sides of the aisle). It's not often I whip out the "I'm a registered Repub" card mostly because it tends to bring out the crazies when I do. But enough of off-topic discussion from me.


Oh dear god, you're a Republican but don't know why - let me guess because your father was one and your fathers father was one etc. etc.? Jesus Christ, doesn't anyone read any more - have the basic grasp of mainstream conservative thought ranging from Ayn Rand at one extreme through to William F. Buckley, Jr. at the other? I mean, if you're going to call yourself a Republican then at least have some sort of philosophical grounding as to why you've staked out that claim other than the herd mentality of going with the flow or what ever the status quo is in your area.

The front page is all I really have time for, I don't spend enough time there digging through subs hunting for "well thought out posts" on any subject. I know they are there but, the overall tone and quality of Reddit has declined greatly as the age of the majority of their users sinks into the younger age brackets. While, I probably glossed over the quality of Reddit, you do the same ignoring the fact that the "lowest common denominator" is taking over a once good site. Guess we'll just have to disagree on the quality of Reddit.


I could say the very same thing about this website and the number of morons who keep posting the same dump questions about their computer; over clocking their computer up the ying-yang but can't work out why it is BSOD'ing every five minutes or running a beta level driver and whining that their game isn't as fast as the more stable drivers.

As for the rest, don't really care, Politics is a nasty **** hole that needs to be flushed and flushed more often. Neither side has any high moral ground to stand on, and they seem to conveniently forget what they are there to do.


No one is trying to claim one is better than the other given that I think that both have their flaws but when 'ozzy76' can't even construct some sort of argument as to his underlying philosophy which leans in that direction I have to ask whether his choice is done in absence of thinking.

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Posted 25 November 2012 - 15:43

Blah blah blah blue red blah blah. Hardly relevant to the story,

I'll assume she just hates gay men and that's the jist of her argument?

Though is anyone really surprised to see another hypocritical lawyer?