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Originally posted by Sek82
reply to post by jam321
Agreed, Romney is a joke and the smoke and mirrors won't carry him to the White House... He could pick Jesus as his VP and it won't make a difference.
Originally posted by spinalremain
Reply to post by 11235813213455
so you make a claim that obama received affirmative action to head the position of Harvard Law review, have absoluely not a shred of evidence, and you put the onus on me to disprove it?
I think the idea is for you to show some support before I try to refute it.
Right now all you've done is lie.
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Originally posted by doryinaz
reply to post by Alxandro
"We NEVER imagined a plane could fly into buildings!"......nuff said
Originally posted by PulsusHilarisCaro
She's black, she's a chick and she's not Mormon.
She had tears of joy and gushed because a black man was voted in. That's not the behavior of someone who voted for McCain. Obviously she voted for Obama. And since she gushed over his skin color and not his policies .. it's very fair to say that she voted for him at least in part because of his skin color. She wasn't gushing about his pro-choice stand .. but about skin color.
Condoleezza Rice's stance on controversial issues
Drudge Report claimed Thursday that Condoleezza Rice is among the top contenders for the Republican vice presidential nomination. Here’s where the former Secretary of State — and Mitt Romney’s potential running mate — stands on several key issues.
“I don’t like the government involved in these really hard moral decisions. While I don’t think the country is ready for legislation to overturn Roe v. Wade, certainly I cannot imagine why one would be in favor of partial birth abortion. I also can’t imagine why one would take these decisions out of the hands of the family.” — Dec. 20, 2010, Christianity Today
“The way I come out of my own personal experience, in which in Birmingham, Ala., my father and his friends defended our community in 1962 and 1963 against White Knight Riders by going to the head of the community, the head of the cul-de-sac, and sitting there, armed. And so I’m very concerned about any abridgement of the Second Amendment.” — May 11, 2005, “Larry King Live”
“I don’t ever want anybody to be denied rights within our country. I happen to think marriage is between a man and a woman. That’s tradition, and I believe that that’s the right answer. But perhaps we will decide that there needs to be some way for people to express their desire to live together through civil union.” — Dec. 20, 2010, Christianity Today
“We need a comprehensive immigration reform. We need to make certain that we are able to secure our borders. State Department plays the role in that, in working with our neighbors and also working with the states. Everybody knows that we need people to respect our laws, and that needs to be said first. But it is also the case that we are a country of immigrants.” – May 27, 2008, CNBC
Keystone XL Pipeline
“There is absolutely no reason not to do it. There is no environmental issue. We should do it.” — April 24, 2012, Developing Unconventials Conference
‘“Let me be clear. I’m evangelical and I’m proud of it. I consider an evangelical to be someone who professes faith in a way that draws others to it.” — Dec. 20, 2010, Christianity Today
“I believe very strongly in adequately resourcing our educational system. I would never want to under-resource it. But we have to spend the money wisely. And you are not going to get Americans to think about additional funding, even for the K-12 system, when we have the kinds of results that we do in the school districts that spend the most money.” — March 20, 2012, PBS