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Sep 21, 2018 13:47:41   #
nwtk2007 (a regular here)
 
slatten49 wrote:
Come on, Nwtk, you're being overly defensive. I was referring to my comment's being a bit petty...not yours.

Your opening post was a dandy of a starter...outside the basis of my petty comment.


I stand corrected! Sorry sir!

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Sep 21, 2018 14:09:45   #
slatten49 (a regular here)
 
eagleye13 wrote:
slat; Both maybe, but the Liberals have an agenda to wipe out the constitution as written. you need to take off the blinders before it is too late.

If I were of a more sensitive nature, I might take issue with your continuous unwarranted attitude that anyone who doesn't view things as you do has "blinders" on. You might want to check/adjust/correct your own blinders. For, as much as you might deny it, you are not the holder/source of all knowledge...far from it. But, no biggie...as none of us are.

'Opinions are like a**holes in that everyone has one,' and 'Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but not their own facts.'

However, we should all recognize everyone's right "To thine own self be true."

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Sep 21, 2018 14:10:50   #
Nickolai (a regular here)
 
debeda wrote:
Honestly, Slatten, I am not sure that all conservatives agree with me but I know some must. The push against appointing liberals to the supreme court is their tendency to legislate from the bench.





Liberals don't legislate from the bench they interpret the constitution Womens right to privacy under the 9th and 14th amendment and the right for same sex marriage under the 14th amendment but when the rulings are not what conservatives like they call it legislating from the bench

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Sep 21, 2018 14:31:17   #
eagleye13 (a regular here)
 
slatten49 wrote:
If I were of a more sensitive nature, I might take issue with your continuous unwarranted attitude that anyone who doesn't view things as you do has "blinders" on. You, as much as you might deny it, are not the holder of all knowledge...far from it. But, none of us are.

'Opinions are like a**holes in that everyone has one,' and 'Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but not their own facts.'

However, we should all recognize everyone's right "To thine own self be true."
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"If I were of a more sensitive nature, I might take issue with your continuous unwarranted attitude that anyone who doesn't view things as you do has "blinders" on." - slatten49
That was a bad choice of words.

You make a good point slat. Everyone has a right to their opinions, and to express them. I can be overbearing, and staunch in my opinions.
I apologize! will you forgive me?
BUT
Some things just seem to be so obvious when the facts are out there.

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Sep 21, 2018 14:40:23   #
slatten49 (a regular here)
 
eagleye13 wrote:
"If I were of a more sensitive nature, I might take issue with your continuous unwarranted attitude that anyone who doesn't view things as you do has "blinders" on." - slatten49
That was a bad choice of words.

You make a good point slat. Everyone has a right to their opinions, and to express them. I can be overbearing, and staunch in my opinions.
I apologize! will you forgive me?
BUT
Some things just seem to be so obvious when the facts are out there.

All is easily forgiven between friends, Eagleye. Your being involved in discussion (however wrong) is evidence that you care. That counts a lot.

Rock on, EE BTW, I did not mention that I can often be quite volatile.

And, I did edit my previous post while you were responding, if interested.

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Sep 21, 2018 14:44:48   #
eagleye13 (a regular here)
 
slatten49 wrote:
All is easily forgiven between friends, Eagleye. Your being involved in discussion (however wrong:sm09) is evidence that you care. That counts a lot.

Rock on, EE

BTW, I did not mention that I can often be quite volatile.


Nicely stated. Caring is important.
Back at you.
Now to smooth out;
https://youtu.be/g7VIzdGLKbA

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Sep 21, 2018 15:02:55   #
slatten49 (a regular here)
 
eagleye13 wrote:
Nicely stated. Caring is important.
Back at you.
Now to smooth out;
https://youtu.be/g7VIzdGLKbA

Very nicely smoothed me out.

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Sep 21, 2018 15:20:19   #
Comment (a regular here)
 
moldyoldy wrote:
It is interesting how you choose to reinterpret words so that they don't seem quite as bad as they are..


Show me your facts; otherwise, U deserve no creditability. U, Sir, are making accusations about an allegation U know nothing about. I have a bridge to sell U?

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Sep 21, 2018 15:20:49   #
debeda (a regular here)
 
Nickolai wrote:
Liberals don't legislate from the bench they interpret the constitution Womens right to privacy under the 9th and 14th amendment and the right for same sex marriage under the 14th amendment but when the rulings are not what conservatives like they call it legislating from the bench


Yep. The dems do have the most amazing word smiths and spin doctors.

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Sep 21, 2018 15:32:33   #
acknowledgeurma
 
Tug484 wrote:
How in the world would anyone be able to prove someone yanked on her clothes 36 YEARS ago?
She can't remember the year but she was 15. Surely she could figure that out.

You think it's unusual that Ford cannot remember the year in which she was 15...? What is so out of the ordinary about that? Most people are/were 15 in two different years. I've heard of people who can recall the date of anything that ever happened to them, but that is very unusual. I don't know what year I was 15, that I can "figure that out", doesn't negate my not knowing. To impress myself with my arithmetic skills, I "figured that out", but I've already forgotten.

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Sep 21, 2018 15:42:43   #
moldyoldy (a regular here)
 
Comment wrote:
Show me your facts; otherwise, U deserve no creditability. U, Sir, are making accusations about an allegation U know nothing about. I have a bridge to sell U?


Morgan: If U are referring to the court nominee, he was 17, not 25. The allocations are that he grouped her, not sexually assaulted her. However I don't know the facts. I read that part of the allegations are that he pulled on her bikini top string & they fell on the bed. That sounds like teenagers playing around not sexual assault. This is why I don't trust females. I will never marry again in my life. I have lived alone for 28 years. I have been jerked around by too many of them.

Groping is touching, trying to remove clothing, covering her mouth, forcing her onto a bed, locking the door. That is a lot more than groping.

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Sep 21, 2018 15:43:42   #
acknowledgeurma
 
padremike wrote:
I will accept "embellishment" over lie. Did Obama ever lie? How expensive was his pepper? Still in all, Stormy is a porn star and you find her more capable and credible than YOUR president. Don't you think he resembles Arthur Godfrey?

I find Stormy to be more capable and credible in her chosen position, than OUR president's capability and credibility in his chosen position. I think he should have stuck to being a reality TV star who has extramarital affairs with porn stars and playmates (who he then pays to keep quite), instead, he made POTUS a reality TV show.

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Sep 21, 2018 15:54:07   #
acknowledgeurma
 
debeda wrote:
Some good points. I grew up with mostly boys in the neighborhood, so liked to play baseball, hockey, king of the hill, etc. BUT I also enjoyed being a girl. And when we got older I had about 8 cherished older brothers who'd even babysit for my younger siblings and do my chores ( my mom worked nights) if I had a date. I don't think girls OR boys should be precluded from doing things they enjoy, but the whole women having to act like men to be "good enough" always baffled me. Good enough for what? Though on the other hand, I got a job with the old Ma Bell and was not allowed to have the job I tested for and was hired for because I'd be "too much of a distraction to the men" (The district manager actually said those EXACT words to me). That is also unfair. But these days men are far more discriminated against than women.
Some good points. I grew up with mostly boys in th... (show quote)

I think it's interesting when the loss of some privileged is seen as being discriminated against.

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Sep 21, 2018 17:41:16   #
Geo
 
Do you believe the guys that come out and accuse their priests, 30 or 40 years later?

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Sep 21, 2018 17:54:08   #
holeinone
 
How two-dimensional of you. Unwanted kids go on welfare, with their mothers or not. You pay for it. For some reason there's no man around to do HIS end of the responsibility. Thank you Roe v. Wade!!! I had a great career that didn't have to be halted by your fantasy bible book of chauvinistic tales of a "woman's place "

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