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  • Originally posted by Rusha View Post

    Eventually karma will catch up to trump. He is the most hated POTUS (put in power by virtue of Russia) to ever hold office. His eventual fall comes under the category of deservedness ...
    Oh, history will not look kindly on this phase in America. Just truly astounding.
    Well this is fun isn't it?

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    • Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post
      Speaking only for myself, I walked in pro-life marches or prayed in front of abortion clinics (not confrontationally) for many years, beginning as a young teen. I stopped going about 10 years ago or so, for a multiple of reasons. I believe that abortion is the murder of a yet to be born baby. I know what it's like to carry a baby within me and I loved those babies from the moment I knew of their existence. Babies have a right to be born, and my bodily autonomy ends where my child's begins. I cannot emphasize that enough.
      To quote jgarden,

      Originally posted by jgarden View Post
      Given that it is only God that can judge as to what is in the heart of each individual...
      I suppose, if what he says is true, then nobody ought to judge sincerity to be in your heart in your saying what you said above. For my part, though, I have no qualm with judging you to be sincere, therein. That's good stuff, what you said. Top-notch. Which means, of course, that I suppose I owe you an apology for having, heretofore, mistaken you to be pro-abortion! So, please forgive my ignorance on that point, and the particular belligerence of mine that (if my memory is accurate) it has previously engendered toward some of your postings. I don't mind eating some crow, here.

      Now, your post was in response to User Name's post, in which he was telling you, and me, and others who recognize that abortion is murder, that we don't really believe that abortion is murder:

      Originally posted by User Name View Post
      You may as well get off your disingenuous soapbox because you don't really believe that abortion is murder. None of you do. If you did, you'd grab your guns and go out and stop abortions from happening by force. But perhaps you're too pacifistic to do that.
      Not only that, but it seems he is telling you, and me, and others who recognize that abortion is murder, that we are morally obligated to "grab our guns and go out and stop abortions from happening by force":

      Originally posted by User Name View Post
      If you say that abortion = murder, then you have the moral obligation to act accordingly. How and when do you plan to do so?
      According to User Name, to go shoot abortionists and blow up Planned Parenthood buildings is what it is to "act accordingly" with saying that abortion is murder, and that, if you're not doing those things, then you do not really believe that abortion is murder.

      But, perhaps you can see how, by the same poor thinking, he accuses himself of not really believing that murder is murder:

      Originally posted by User Name View Post
      [I] may as well get off [my] disingenuous soapbox because [I] don't really believe that [murder] is murder. None of [me does]. If [I] did, [I]'d grab [my] guns and go out and stop [murders] from happening by force. But perhaps [I'm] too pacifistic to do that.
      Suppose User Name would like to say that, at least some of the time, the killing of a man by cops is murder. But, according to User Name's faulty notion, above, unless User Name is out following cops around, prepared to stop them by force from murdering people, User Name doesn't really believe that any killing done by cops is murder. According to User Name's thinking, every one of the bystanders looking on at the killing of George Floyd is someone who doesn't really believe that the killing of George Floyd was murder, since none of them used force to stop the cops from killing George Floyd.
      What evidence do you have to support your claim that what you call "evidence" is evidence?

      MAGA (Masking America's Gullible Apes)

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      • Originally posted by 7djengo7 View Post

        To quote jgarden,



        I suppose, if what he says is true, then nobody ought to judge sincerity to be in your heart in your saying what you said above. For my part, though, I have no qualm with judging you to be sincere, therein. That's good stuff, what you said. Top-notch. Which means, of course, that I suppose I owe you an apology for having, heretofore, mistaken you to be pro-abortion! So, please forgive my ignorance on that point, and the particular belligerence of mine that (if my memory is accurate) it has previously engendered toward some of your postings. I don't mind eating some crow, here.

        Now, your post was in response to User Name's post, in which he was telling you, and me, and others who recognize that abortion is murder, that we don't really believe that abortion is murder:



        Not only that, but it seems he is telling you, and me, and others who recognize that abortion is murder, that we are morally obligated to "grab our guns and go out and stop abortions from happening by force":



        According to User Name, to go shoot abortionists and blow up Planned Parenthood buildings is what it is to "act accordingly" with saying that abortion is murder, and that, if you're not doing those things, then you do not really believe that abortion is murder.

        But, perhaps you can see how, by the same poor thinking, he accuses himself of not really believing that murder is murder:



        Suppose User Name would like to say that, at least some of the time, the killing of a man by cops is murder. But, according to User Name's faulty notion, above, unless User Name is out following cops around, prepared to stop them by force from murdering people, User Name doesn't really believe that any killing done by cops is murder. According to User Name's thinking, every one of the bystanders looking on at the killing of George Floyd is someone who doesn't really believe that the killing of George Floyd was murder, since none of them used force to stop the cops from killing George Floyd.

        username is demonstrably retarded, which is why I ignore him


        and anna supports politicians who pass legislation allowing the murder of children minutes before they're born

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        • Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post
          Babies have a right to be born ...
          do you support re-criminalizing abortion?

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          • Originally posted by 7djengo7 View Post
            I suppose, if what he says is true, then nobody ought to judge sincerity to be in your heart in your saying what you said above. For my part, though, I have no qualm with judging you to be sincere, therein. That's good stuff, what you said. Top-notch. Which means, of course, that I suppose I owe you an apology for having, heretofore, mistaken you to be pro-abortion! So, please forgive my ignorance on that point, and the particular belligerence of mine that (if my memory is accurate) it has previously engendered toward some of your postings. I don't mind eating some crow, here.
            I appreciate your apology, thank you.

            Yes, I'm pro-life in belief and practice.

            Yes, I will vote for a candidate who is not (principle of double effect).

            I don't agree with User Name, I have no doubt that the people he had in mind really do believe abortion is murder. Most aren't going to grab their guns and go to the nearest abortion clinic, although some out there will, and some have. That's also murder.



            Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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            • Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post

              I appreciate your apology, thank you.

              Yes, I'm pro-life in belief and practice.

              Yes, I will vote for a candidate who is not (principle of double effect).

              I don't agree with User Name, I have no doubt that the people he had in mind really do believe abortion is murder. Most aren't going to grab their guns and go to the nearest abortion clinic, although some out there will, and some have. That's also murder.

              Hmmm he/she has a habit of hurling the *babykiller* insult as well as other outrageous accusations.

              I simply do not consider trump to be prolife but rather pro-whatever I need to say to keep me in power.
              Last edited by Rusha; September 10, 2020, 09:20 PM.

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              • Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post

                I appreciate your apology, thank you.
                My pleasure!

                Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post
                Yes, I'm pro-life in belief and practice.

                Yes, I will vote for a candidate who is not (principle of double effect).

                I don't agree with User Name, I have no doubt that the people he had in mind really do believe abortion is murder. Most aren't going to grab their guns and go to the nearest abortion clinic, although some out there will, and some have. That's also murder.
                If you really don't agree with User Name, you'll not hesitate to answer this question with a "Yes!":

                Is User Name a blithering fool? Yes or No?


                Kidding!








                What evidence do you have to support your claim that what you call "evidence" is evidence?

                MAGA (Masking America's Gullible Apes)

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                  • Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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                      • Registered Republican: Disappointed With Donald Trump and Disheartened By His Republican Enablers



                        I'm usually one who says I don't want to sit through a video, so I understand anyone not wanting to. But...

                        This one is worth the 6:26 to listen to a rational Republican who chrysostom happens to be Catholic and pro-life.

                        Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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                        • Originally posted by annabenedetti View Post
                          This one is worth the 6:26 to listen to a rational Republican who chrysostom happens to be Catholic and pro-life.
                          If you were pro-life then you wouldn't be voting for the party who does everything in their power to promote abortion on demand and tax-payer funded abortions.

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                            • Originally posted by Jerry Shugart View Post

                              If you were pro-life then you wouldn't be voting for the party who does everything in their power to promote abortion on demand and tax-payer funded abortions.
                              Did you watch the video?

                              Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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                              • Trump Supporters Disrupt Early Voting in Virginia
                                A group waving Trump flags and chanting “four more years” created a commotion at a polling location in Fairfax, Va. A county official said some voters and staff members felt intimidated.

                                A group of Trump supporters waving campaign flags disrupted the second day of early voting in Fairfax, Va., on Saturday, chanting “four more years” as voters entered a polling location and, at one point, forming a line that voters had to walk around outside the site.

                                County election officials eventually were forced to open up a larger portion of the Fairfax County Government Center to allow voters to wait inside away from the Trump enthusiasts.

                                “Citizens coming into and leaving the building did have to go by them,” Gary Scott, the general registrar of Fairfax County, said in a statement. “Those voters who were in line outside of the building were moved inside and we continued operations. Some voters, and elections staff, did feel intimidated by the crowd and we did provide escorts past the group. One of the escorts was the county executive.”




                                Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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