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Posted Aug 17, '12 at 9:28am

nichodemus

nichodemus

13,295 posts

Knight

Actually no, historically abortion related bills didn't all have to be accompanied by a Constitution change. In the Roe vs Wade case, To reach its result, the Court necessarily has had to find within the scope of the Fourteenth Amendment a right that was apparently completely unknown to the drafters of the Amendment. As early as 1821, the first state law dealing directly with abortion was enacted by the Connecticut Legislature. By the time of the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment in 1868, there were at least 36 laws enacted by state or territorial legislatures limiting abortion. While many States have amended or updated their laws, 21 of the laws on the books in 1868 remain in effect today.

The evangelical vote is getting stronger. When Bush asked Ariel Sharon to pull his tanks out of Jenin in 2002, he received 100,000 angry emails from Christian fundamentalists, and never mentioned the matter again. Just this year, Santorum gave Romney a real run for his money due to strong evangelical backing.

 

Posted Aug 17, '12 at 10:29pm

CalvinKidd137

CalvinKidd137

908 posts

I am totally against Obama (For personal reasons we shall not get into) and then when I saw how much campaigning Romney was doing and how hard he was working I liked him that much more. Plus I have seen some things with Obama that have given him a negative view for me.

 

Posted Aug 19, '12 at 7:15pm

shlongmaster

shlongmaster

3 posts

You have to go with Romney, Obama has made or economy worse than before he was elected. We need good change not Obama's Change.
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Posted Aug 19, '12 at 7:16pm

shlongmaster

shlongmaster

3 posts

Why didn't it show a image

 

Posted Aug 19, '12 at 7:28pm

Loopeh

Loopeh

5 posts

Obama is who I'm voting for.

Rommney I believe will put us in greater debt, and not look out for the lower and lower-middle class.

 

Posted Aug 19, '12 at 8:02pm

partydevil

partydevil

5,130 posts

Why didn't it show a image

because it's a stupid pics?

could be. but you probably failed to link.
 

Posted Aug 19, '12 at 8:02pm

Bladerunner679

Bladerunner679

2,534 posts

You have to go with Romney, Obama has made or economy worse than before he was elected. We need good change not Obama's Change.


last I checked, the Dow was way above what it was when obama first became elected. I'm going to have to take that comment of yours with a grain of salt.

-Blade
 

Posted Aug 19, '12 at 10:21pm

nichodemus

nichodemus

13,295 posts

Knight

Romney's change would entail the richest people of America, though who need no assisstance, paying much less taxes, and the everyday man like practically all the users here paying more money. Would you want to pay taxes?

 

Posted Aug 20, '12 at 12:03am

Krill11

Krill11

99 posts

Would you want to pay taxes?


Yep, and I will do so gladly. A free government is something I believe in...
 

Posted Aug 20, '12 at 12:48am

nichodemus

nichodemus

13,295 posts

Knight

Jolly good. I would rather pay less to put food on the table, to ensure my kids get to school, my family can at least have a decent life, rather than have the chance to blather about.

America an equal society? Or an America that somehow can believe in the nonsense that giving bankers, CEOs, traders, lawyers, celebrities, more tax cuts will magically help the economy? Choose.

 
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