Before you condemn abortion, I want you to realize that you won't ever experience pregnancy. You will never have to carry something that damages your body and prevents you from living a normal life for 9 months. If you are pregnant against your will, then you might as well be carrying a parasite inside of you. Women carry the burden of a man's irresponsibility. If you oppose abortion, that's nice, you'll never have to have one.
Bullshit. By that logic, you can’t complain about:
High risk jobs
Job mortality rates
Lack of shelters for men
Lack of support for male rape victims
There are more, but I’m sick and don’t feel like it. I mean, statistically you won’t have to ever experience any things like that, so you shouldn’t worry about it. Why not just say “You’ve never fixed a car, so you can’t have an opinion on how one is made?” Or “you’ve never committed a murder, so you can’t have an opinion when one happens?”
This logic is so obviously flawed, it hurts the eyes to see. Your gender does not dictate your morals and it certainly doesn’t dictate the killing of innocent children. Stop pushing tired talking points that really do nothing but show your ignorance and unwillingness to have an open and honest debate.
On top of that, if you had read my “about me” page, you would have seen I actually support exemptions for cases involving rape, incest, and health concerns. As bad as that may sound, that only accounts for roughly 4-6% of all abortions carried out in America.
Remember: Just because you’ll never experience something does not mean you can’t stand up for/against it. When you see something you see a moral imperative or an injustice, you stand up and fight it with ever fiber of your being. Just try and be honest about it next time, ok?
A Vietnam veteran and former Green Beret who was on the St. Louis police force for 35 years was forced into retirement after liberal news outlet CNN unearthed a video in which he spoke about President Obama and the direction of America.
Sgt. Maj. Dan Page (Ret.) spoke to the St. Louis/St. Charles division of the Oath Keepers in April of this year, and the video of his speech made it to YouTube…
Commenting on the brutality of the ISIS terrorists who beheaded journalist James Foley, Tantaros said, “You can’t solve it with a dialogue. You can’t solve it with a summit. You solve it with a bullet to the head. It’s the only thing these people understand.” As we noted in our earlier post, that seems like a reasonably accurate assessment of violent Islamic jihadis.
A defiant Tantaros declared today that she spoke the truth and has no intention of apologizing. Period.
Andrea Tantaros: I will not apologize for criticizing radical Islamic jihadism
Posted at 1:26 pm on August 30, 2014 by Twitchy Staff
We have fallen far if our only solution is killing people. Guns kill people....
If the only solution is murder, then we are just animals….
Educateyourselfabit. Guns save lives more often than they take them. You can’t just discount an entire truckload of data just because it doesn’t fit your narrative.
On a side note, I sure wish you anti-gun people would take that whole “if murder is our only solution, then we are just animals” tirade when dealing with the unborn. If you want to talk body count, abortion has killed WAY more than guns in this country.
But then again I guess that too doesn’t fit your narrative and faux outrage.
white cops leave the body of a black man that they killed to lie in the street uncovered for 5 hours
probably because the dogs death didnt require forensic investigation. but whatever those EVVVIIIIL WHIIITES!
No one can be as idiotic as OP. It’s not possible.
And many times police dogs die SAVING PEOPLE’S LIVES. Also keep in mind that when the dog was injured, he did not get an ambulance or immediate treatment. At best he probably got thrown in the back of a police cruiser and rushed to a vet’s office. As heroic as these dogs are, they are still dogs.
There’s a HUGE difference between a funeral for an animal that saved a life (which is typically donation funded mind you), and a guy who beats a police officer so badly that he fractures his orbital bone then charges back at the officer when told to stop.
OP is a race baiting, agenda pimping fool. Grow up and learn to look crap up before you go spouting off like an idiotic racist bigot.
Guns are bad too they're only purpose is to kill people like what
No, we have a 2nd amendment right to bare arms. I have the right to own a gun , know how to use it and do so in the case where I need to protect myself. If you look at places that have a population where majority of people are legal (keyword, legal) gun owners, the crime rates are much lower.
By your username I am guessing your pro racial segregation, anti gay rights, and women's right, anti vaccine, anti safety net welfare, and pro gun. Yes?
racial segregation - no
anti gay rights - if you mean do I support gay marriage then no but thats not a right so no I am not “anti gay rights”. they are entitled to all the rights anyone else has.
anti womens rights - Im a woman myself why would I be against myself? unless you are specifically referring to abortion which I am highly against and just like in the case of gay marriage it is not a right. murder is not a right.
anit vaccine - I dont know where this comes from but no. I am not “anti vaccine”. however I think people should be more cautious about them and do their research before getting them or allowing their children to have them as I dont think they should be fully trusted.
anti welfare - no. I want those who need help to have it. conservatives are simply against the abuse of the system.
We’ve covered these anti-religion intolerance mobs before. They’re scum. Today’s outrage comes from the Freedom From Religion Foundation who threatened to sue a high school after its players knelt in prayer while an injured player was being tended to on the field.
The injured player was on the ground being tended to by trainers and coaches.
So the Seminole High School football team did what many football teams do. The teenage boys took a knee, bowed their heads and prayed for their injured teammate.
But that simple act of compassion and humanity in Sanford, Florida sparked outrage from the Freedom From Religion Foundation – a group of perpetually offended atheists from Wisconsin.
An FFRF attorney fired off a letter to the superintendent of Seminole County Public Schools – accusing them of having an adult lead the prayer for the injured child.
A school district spokesman told me the injured child, who is the son of the team’s head coach, has since rejoined the team.
“It is our information and understanding that Seminole High School (is) allowing an adult, a local pastor, to act as a ‘volunteer chaplain’ for the football team,” FFRF attorney Andrew Seidel wrote.
The attorney said the school cannot “allow a non-school adult access to the children in its charge, and certainly cannot grant that access to a pastor seeking to organize prayer for the students.”
The FFRF told the school district to “refrain from having a ‘volunteer team chaplain’ at Seminole High School.
The school district said the prayer was instigated by students and denied that a chaplain prayed with the team. School spokesman Mike Blasewitz told MyNews13.com that the school doesn’t even have a team chaplain, contrary to the FFRF’s allegations.
“There is nothing to cease and desist because our behavior was within the guidelines in the first place,” he told television station WFTV. “No adults in the photo, no adults participating, no adults leading it.”
It doesn’t matter if any adults participated in the prayer. It doesn’t matter if an adult led the prayer. It doesn’t matter if the team had a volunteer chaplain for the team. NONE OF THAT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL. The 1st Amendment guarantees students (and teachers, I might add) the right to practice their religions.
There would only be a Constitutional issue if the high school was forcing people to participate in religious activities or disallowing students from participating in their own expression of religion. The school has not “established a religion” or any religious preference, and no amount of teachers or students praying changes that. The teachers and students are all individuals protected by the Constitution, and as long as they don’t force other to participate or prevent others from practicing their own religions, there is no Constitutional infringement.
Here’s what the FFRF really wants: to infringe on the rights of these young men. They want to prevent these young men from praying because they’re a bunch of intolerant bullies. What they advocate is an obvious distortion of the Constitution.
If you want “freedom from religion,” I’ve got news for you: you already have it in America. If you don’t like seeing people praying: don’t look at it. It’s as simple as that.
Lmao, what the hell? How did these people find out about it? Did someone complain to them?
Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan authored a chilling letter to the Islamic State terror group’s leader, asking to be admitted as a “citizen” of the caliphate. The undated 2-page letter, obtained by Fox News, was addressed to “Ameer, Mujahid Dr. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.” “I formally…
This was not a “workplace incident” as deemed by Obama. The 2009 Fort Hood shooting was an act of terrorism. And Hasan wanting to be a citizen of ISIS only confirms that.
Anybody who thought this was anything other than a terrorist attack carried out by a radical religious zealot was kidding themselves. There is little doubt about it now.