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Re: “Liberals are complicit in Trump's rise to power

This is the most asinine article I've read in some time. There's pretty much nothing correct in the entire piece. You're too blind to your own elitist thinking that you can't even fathom the thought that the Democrat Party's utter lack of ethical governance could be at root. The party is running one of the most corrupt politicians in decades (Clinton), only topped by Harry Reid and his "end justifies the means", base policies. The fleeing masses, of which I have seen no objective evidence to support such a claim, may very well be due to the continuous and prolific hateful rhetoric spewed from the likes of the preceding commenter.

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Posted by BBurn on June 2, 2016 at 9:04 PM

Re: “With marriage equality on the horizon, a pastor plans to marry same-sex couples

She did you short order cook. "If you want polygamy, go to Utah... the marriage fight is for monogamous and committed relationships among TWO consenting unrelated adults..." Why can't a polygamist exist here? Because she considers it morally unacceptable. Go back to the greasy spoon. Ha!

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Posted by BBurn on November 23, 2014 at 2:59 PM

Re: “With marriage equality on the horizon, a pastor plans to marry same-sex couples

You libs just kill me! :) Of course this is all about what YOU want, which you justify as morally right, while the polygamist is wrong. Because they aren't like you they have to be wrong! In other words, your bigots. Ha!

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Posted by BBurn on November 22, 2014 at 10:13 PM

Re: “City governments threaten freedom of speech by blocking fast-food chain

Funny, but I missed Cathy's "denouncement" of gay marriage. What I did hear was his support of a Biblical model of marriage, which he believes to be morally correct, when asked about it. He supports that belief through donations to like minded groups. Big deal! Who doesn't? Do liberals give money to like minded groups lobbying for those values? Yes! Conservatives? Yes! Realtors? Yes! What caused the stir, because Cathy has been very public about this his whole life, was when the fascist came to play. Yes fascist. I looked and Merriam Webster supports that label. Government officials who demand idealogical adherence and are willing to use their political power to achieve it. I ate at CFA on 1 August not because gays may choose to boycott (their right and more power to them), but because of the Dem mayors. Personally, I don't care for their food and don't eat there, but I wouldn't sit on my hands for this one. Thanks Rahm!

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Posted by BBurn on August 10, 2012 at 8:19 AM

Re: “Wrestling with the contradictions and immorality of abortion politics

To maintain an accension of personal moral authority sufficient to determine which life lives and which life dies is not only absurd, but arrogant beyong belief. Yes, sometimes a mother's life is at risk and a decision must be made, but the percentage of abortions carried out each year where this is a true factor is small. And what, forced abortions, should be carried out in the Sudan because of its poverty? How does one make that leap in logic? Taking life is now a moral option because of a government policy of disregard towards their people? Crazy in my mind. If the fetus can be summarily disposed of because the definition of life is one which compells personhood status, or as Peter Singer would say, utility to humanity's common good, why not equal treatment of those who are comatose, or require total care because of handicaps or degenerative illness?

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Posted by BBurn on April 25, 2012 at 8:59 AM
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