Dewman

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  1. Dewman

    Did the headline misinterpret Governor Walker?

    Yeah. I think maybe it's a sign of the Apocalypse.... :wideyed:
  2. Dewman

    Did the headline misinterpret Governor Walker?

    I agree with you on this one. We live in the age of the political soundbyte, where comments from pols on all sides are snipped out of context, and repeated in the media ad nauseum. If you're a pol that wants to play in the bigs, you gotta pull up your big boy or big girl skivvies and deal with it.
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    Call for ISIS/ISIL War Vote

    Conservatives and other honest people already know about Obama's apology tour. I do not need to convince them of that truth. Progs know it too, or have deluded themselves about it. Either way, nothing I could say would get you to admit the truth. IOW, there is nothing to be gained, but a lot of time to be lost, by accepting your challenge to play "The Game". Once again, I must decline your offer.
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    ISIS Bans Teaching of Evolution

    You compared Christians - who at most will proselytize to you - to ISIS - who will cut off your head and/or burn you alive if you disagree with them. You don't see the absurdity of that comparison? If you can't, then there's no reason to continue this convo.
  5. Your statement was arrogant. Either you KNOW it was arrogant, and are simply trying to obfuscate, or you really don't get how arrogant it was. I'm not sure which is worse.
  6. The arrogance is found in the statement "...there is no legitimate debate on this subject. There are only those who are right and those who are wrong." It is not the first time PFMB has issued such a pronouncement. MOST of us feel our opinion about any given subject is "right", and those who do not agree are "wrong", or at least "mostly wrong". But to say there is no legitimate debate on a given subject shows arrogance - no matter HOW strongly one is convinced of the "rightness" of their own view. For example: Cherry cheesecake is the best dessert on the face of the planet. I KNOW I am right on this. But I also recognize that there may be a few poor, misguided souls who genuinely disagree, and I would certainly be willing to debate with them.
  7. No, I am not saying that, and I have no idea why you might think I did.
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    ISIS Bans Teaching of Evolution

    Well, since the article also states that the ISIS animals ALSO have forbidden the teaching of math, social studies, sports, and music, it shouldn't remind you of ANYONE, except possibly the Taliban in Afghanistan. Of course, that was not the purpose of your snarky Christophobic comment.
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    Call for ISIS/ISIL War Vote

    America, bad. Rest of the world, good. Yeah, we've heard that line before, too many times. Obama kicked off his presidency with it, on his World Apology Tour.
  10. From your own cited article: "Possible reasons for the decline include the country's high incarceration rate, an aging population and an increased use of security cameras and cell phone videos capturing incidents." Ooops. No mention of any increased morality as a possible factor. Marriage rates are ALSO lower, resulting in less marriages that can be divorced. Again, no indication of any improvement in morality. A VERY slight percentage increase, but certainly no indicator of a heightened morality. More likely, it's an indication of relaxed standards for graduation. Have at it, but I doubt the numbers you find for infidelity will actually indicate any improvement, either.
  11. So, if he lived an asexual life, how do you know he was homosexual? Because he told you? How did HE know, since as you say, he never acted on any sexual attraction at all? Geez. Arrogant much?
  12. Not quite. Innate skin color is not a choice - it is proven to be dictated by genetics. OTOH, homosexuality has no such genetic component. It is a lifestyle choice. And finally, being an anti-vaxxer is simply a belief choice, based on one's interpretation of scientific studies, and all too often, anecdotal evidence.
  13. Dewman

    A Coup in Yemen?

    It seems you, of all people, might appreciate those who would attempt to stop the implementation of Sharia Law, but then, whatever floats your boat. Funny though. I never pictured you as the burqa-wearing type. :)
  14. Dewman

    The Myth of Climate Change

    Kind of reminds me of the Freedom from Religion Foundation.
  15. What would happen if religious practitioners refused to care for openly hostile religiophobes?