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April 29th, 2017 @ 7:51AM


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    IN RESPONSE TO: Today's Politics

    Could it be that Trump`s negotiation skills and his platform for running were all a fraud? What a surprise!
    Posted: March 24th, 2017 @ 10:02PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Saturday Politics

    If there was actually enough evidence of illegal contact with Russia for the Obama team to tap Trump`s phones, then that`s pretty damning for Trump. Decisions like that aren`t taken lightly. If they`ve really been building a case for treason since October, expect Trump`s impeachment within a year.
    Posted: March 12th, 2017 @ 1:29PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Trump signs executive order for 'extreme vetting' of refugees

    The first page of Trump`s order quotes 9/11 three times, but none of the hijackers came from any of the countries on the ban list.
    Posted: January 28th, 2017 @ 7:32AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Shoppin: AliExpress

    I guess you should buy all that Chinese stuff now before those gigantic import taxes you voted for get implemented.
    Posted: January 1st, 2017 @ 5:09PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Friday Random News

    People escaping terrorist hotspots aren`t necessarily terrorists. Even if you knew with certainty that 1 of those 2,500 people (which includes hundreds of families just like your own) were a terrorist, wouldn`t you want to rescue 2,499 good people anyway? Wouldn`t that be an easy decision for anyone who considers themselves a good Christian?
    Posted: December 2nd, 2016 @ 9:53AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Hillary 4 Prison 2016 - DRAIN THE SWAMP

    Trump would never actually prosecute Hillary. It`s better for him not to hold people to a high standard, so no one will hold him to a high standard either. Here are the Republican positions since the election:

    Prosecuting Hillary - "It`s not something I`ve given a lot of thought, because I want to solve healthcare, jobs, border control, tax reform." - Trump, Wallstreet Journal Nov. 11

    The fundamental pillars of Obamacare - "I like those very much." - Trump, Wallstreet Journal Nov. 11

    The Wall - "Their plan includes more border fencing and increased patrol via federal agents... [they] maintained that a wall is not practical, for it would reduce visibility for those patrolling the border, and it would have to be erected on rough terrain, even bodies of water and private land." House Congressional Aides, Reuters Nov. 10

    So their position on building the wall ended up being pretty much identical to Hillary`s position. The people who voted for Trump are beginning to look very stupid very quickly. The only reason he ran for president was to lower his taxes and ensure his children pocket a few extra billion dollars when he dies.

    Posted: November 12th, 2016 @ 10:06AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Trump Wins! All Hail GOD-EMPEROR TRUMP!

    A couple things I don`t fully understand as an external (Canadian) observer:

    1. People who voted for Trump because of Hillary`s dishonesty. Trump has lied 5-10 times more frequently than Hillary did on the campaign trail according to every non-partisan fact-checking organization, and even Republican ones. How can Trump possibly be trusted more than Hillary (her penchant for dishonesty notwithstanding)?

    2. People who voted for Trump because of the high national debt. Trump campaigned on fiscal spending (military, the wall, police state) of a magnitude unprecedented in the history of American government. At the same time he is calling for some of the biggest tax cuts in history. How will that not bankrupt the country just like one of his casinos?

    Posted: November 9th, 2016 @ 5:39PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Everyone Comments Thread

    GL THF
    Posted: September 17th, 2014 @ 4:00PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Religion

    If God has the ability to create the whole universe he has the ability to create things with the appearance of age. A tree he creates isn`t 0 years old. A man he created wasn`t 1 year old. It says in Genesis that the earth was void without form. Therefor the earth could be however age old, before he decided to turn it into a livable planet.

    Sure, and by the same reasoning you may have come into existence 1 nanosecond ago with the illusion that you`ve been around for 40 years. These are the sort of ridiculous speculations that atheists are liberated from.

    Posted: November 1st, 2012 @ 10:18AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Religion

    I just don`t think we can be certain our techniques are accurate or reliable enough to make measurements in the billions of years. Maybe they are right, maybe not. I tend to think there are an awful lot of variables that are unknown in those billions of years of existence and the lifespan of humanity is just too small to say out measurements have proven to be accurate to that degree.

    It`s well established exactly to what degree these measurements are accurate and which variables are known and unknown. It`s fair enough that you`ve never studied geology or quantum mechanics, but it seems odd that you have such a strong opinion about something you`ve never been educated on.

    If I have no soul then our level of consciousness is not above that. Here is an article that proves that fear and inhibition can be controlled by electrical signals in your brain. I don`t particularly seek enjoyment in life and I think seeking happiness is a rather pathetic reason to exist. What we feel is all just chemicals...it physically has to be in a world with no God. Without God, nothing is real the way I see things. Our consciousness may be more advanced than the tree, the ant, or the cat, but does that really make us different?

    Of course it makes us different. Much different. I don`t understand why the purely physical/chemical basis of life and consciousness frightens you so much to the point that you would be driven to suicide if you thought it were true. Your beliefs seem to be driven by emotion to the point that you`d prefer to believe in something that feels good instead of something that you fear is actually true.

    Posted: October 31st, 2012 @ 3:38PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Religion

    Right and wrong is not just popular opinion. Societies objectively work better and have less suffering when certain rules are in place. Even wild animals typically don`t go around randomly murdering others in their group because they`d likely end up dead themselves. That sort of behavior is weeded out of the population. That`s exactly why people have the sense of right and wrong that you alluded to earlier. It`s not unique to humans.
    Posted: October 30th, 2012 @ 4:34PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Religion

    Evolution doesn`t suggest that we came from monkeys or that humans just evolved by chance. Those are the sort of ignorant statements people make when their education consists entirely of a pamphlet someone was handing out in a church parking lot. All the questions you asked are very easy for atheists to address (and they already have).
    Posted: October 30th, 2012 @ 2:08PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Nebu's Random Link Thread

    re: plastic bag ban

    Just keep a couple cloth bags in your trunk. It`s no big deal. They can take a lot more weight without breaking, and are easier to neatly pack things in. Plus there will be less garbage all over the place.

    Posted: May 25th, 2012 @ 2:40AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Police Brutality: Shocking Video Of Kelly Thomas Beating Death Released. Watch With Caution.

    Seven cops don`t have enough combined strength to pull a skinny homeless dude`s arm behind his back without beating him to death first? At least a couple of those cops are cold blooded murderers. The rest should be fired for incompetence and punished in a civil trial.
    Posted: May 12th, 2012 @ 3:14AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Gas

    It`s inflation, you`ll have to get used to it. If the economy finally starts to really improve, it will get a lot worse.
    Posted: March 6th, 2012 @ 9:46PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Bicyclist Gets His

    Kind of looks staged when the cyclist leans over the railing as though he was planning to jump himself, but then he waits for the guy to come help him over so it doesn`t look as fake.
    Posted: January 26th, 2012 @ 1:16PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Debbie Downer

    The scary thing is that inflation doesn`t even start to really kick in until an economy is growing, ie. when unemployment is dropping and wages are going up. That could still be years away in the US, but that`s when you`ll start seeing some really shocking prices.
    Posted: December 15th, 2011 @ 4:49PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Casey Anthony found not guilty of murder

    Anyone who thinks the scenario that she duct-taped her dead baby`s mouth and nose shut and tossed her in the trunk of her car after she drowned and then went out and partied for a month just doesn`t understand what a `reasonable` doubt is. Of course that`s all circumstancial evidence but it should have been more than enough for any reasonable person to convict her.
    Posted: July 5th, 2011 @ 11:26PM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Cops work some girl

    The final takedown where he slammed the girl to the ground was completely unnecessary and downright dirty. The cop had absolutely no right to do that. He wasn`t doing his job any more, he just wanted to punish her with some violence of his own. Cops have no right whatsoever to punish anyone. Punishment is entirely up to the courts to decide and police have nothing to do with that aspect of the law.
    Posted: March 23rd, 2011 @ 1:34AM
    IN RESPONSE TO: Japan 9.1 quake

    Thank you for the kind words about Japan. I was an English teacher in the Ishinomaki area of Miyagi in 2005/2006. I taught children at elementary schools in two small coastal communities near Onagawa, and those towns have been completely wiped out. It`s heartwrenching to think that all the people who made me feel like family there are now homeless, missing, or dead. I really hope that Japan isn`t forgotten in the months ahead because it will need the world`s love and support for years to come.

    The Japanese people are quiet, patient, and well-organized even in the face of this enormous tragedy. There is very little crime, violence, or corruption like you see in other disaster zones like Haiti or New Orleans. The admirably civilized manner in which the Japanese people are behaving makes them easier to relate to than a society being ripped apart by looting and murder, and that`s why many of us feel so badly for them now and why they are so deserving of our help.

    Posted: March 16th, 2011 @ 10:58AM



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