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by absolem
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absolem

Air leak?? There is a late night infomercial offering an aerosol can of sealant that might be useful. If you like, while I'm up, I'll get the number for you. It will keep folks from looking and snickering at you while you are in public should your delicate problem continue. You do go in public don't you?

Posted 93 days ago.

NasCarNut

Pfffft...

Posted 93 days ago.

absolem

NCN...you have so poignantly indicated how well money drives ones morals as well as social climate. we humans are so easily distracted by the most mundane of things aren't we?

Posted 93 days ago.

NasCarNut

The lists goes on and on...conseratives just can't seem to keep there noses out of peoples bedrooms and religious beliefs...one of their biggest downfalls!!...

Posted 93 days ago.

NasCarNut

Gen Con, the video game convention: The law would "factor into our decision making on hosting the convention in the state of Indiana in future years."

The convention brought 56,000 people to the state last year, according to Gen Con CEO Adrian Swartout.

Posted 93 days ago.

NasCarNut

Eli Lilly: "We certainly understand the implications this legislation has on our ability to attract and retain employees. Simply put, we believe discriminatory legislation is bad for Indiana and for business."

Posted 93 days ago.

NasCarNut

Indiana Chamber of Commerce: "In our eyes, the law is entirely unnecessary. Passing the law was always going to bring the state unwanted attention."

Posted 93 days ago.

NasCarNut

Religious liberty -- and using it to push back against same-sex marriage and other gay rights -- has become the rallying cry for the social conservative movement in the last year as these groups have watched one anti-gay marriage law after the next tumble in the courts.

Posted 93 days ago.

NasCarNut

those 20 states that have the law are dramatically different in their scope and effect.

calling them similar in this way risks being misleading, Indiana is the broadest and most dangerous law of its kind in the country...

Posted 93 days ago.

absolem

Replace "frown" with the word "crowd". Sorry bout that.

Posted 93 days ago.

absolem

he isn't on my short list of favorite entertainers. I am a Samuel l. Jackson fan. Pulp Fiction was B. A. the sexually confused frown is rivaling Hispanics and blacks for the title of human de jour.

Posted 93 days ago.

Stillhere

I have not liked that guy since he refered to obama as our lord and savior!

Posted 93 days ago.

absolem

monday morning outrage:

Musician and actor Jamie Foxx hosted the second annual awards show in Los Angeles.

“We got some ground-breaking performances, here too, tonight,” Foxx said. “We got Bruce Jenner, who will be doing some musical performances. He’s doing a his-and-her duet all by himself.”

Jamie Foxx has found out the one card that trumps his "race" card in this world we live in...and that would be the "transgender" card. while the elderly, very young, and afllicted usually garner sympathy in most situations, those in the black commumity are seeing their "ace-in-the-hole" card slipping away. welcome to our world. equalities a B itch ain't it.

Posted 93 days ago.

absolem

RFRA was generally inapplicable against state and local laws. Since then, a number of states have enacted their own RFRA statutes: Indiana became the twentieth to do so. Other states have state court rulings that provide RFRA-like protections.

please feel free to google it and continue reading for yourself if interested.

the fake and politically motivated outrage expressed by Hillary Clinton, et al. is laughable. perhaps she needs to check her server (thats right it was wiped clean) for the nortification of the actions taken by her husband...perhaps she was distracted by her future ambitions...as evidenced by her neglect to notice Bills infidelity...or did she???

Posted 94 days ago.

absolem

NCN....i found the following in the Weekly Standard:

"So what is the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, and what does it say?...

The first RFRA was a 1993 federal law that was signed into law by Democratic president Bill Clinton. It unanimously passed the House of Representatives, where it was sponsored by then-congressman Chuck Schumer, and sailed through the Senate on a 97-3 vote.

The law reestablished a balancing test for courts to apply in religious liberty cases (a standard had been used by the Supreme Court for decades). RFRA allows a person's free exercise of religion to be "substantially burdened" by a law only if the law furthers a "compelling governmental interest" in the "least restrictive means of furthering that compelling governmental interest." "If there's already a federal RFRA in place, why did Indiana pass its own RFRA?

Great question. In a 1997 Supreme Court case (City of Boerne v. Flores), the court held that federal R

Posted 94 days ago.

NasCarNut

A new "religious freedom" law in Indiana.

just read this headline and it sounds like intertwining religious beliefs into government policies to me, not good...

Posted 94 days ago.

absolem

TP...sorry for the delay in responding to you. I will look into your suggested viewing and reading material. A quick Google search on the closing revealed your source as well as other obscure sites along your line of thought. While it is possible such a fraud could take place, my initial thought would be the almost impossible task of not only coordinating the scenario but also orchestrating all of the players involved. Just that would cause a pause in even imagining it would be possible

Posted 95 days ago.

Teapartier - I've been hearing about that Sandy Hook hoax too. With the tyrants we now have running the country I would 't be surprised if it was all a hoax.

Posted 96 days ago.

NasCarNut

like I said HE'S BACK...

Posted 96 days ago.

Teapartier

Don't have time for the video. Then read this. www . veteranstoday . com / 2014/02/25/sandy-hook-gun-grab-scandal-breaks-wide-open-under-new-investigation/

Posted 96 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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