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US seems willing to allow terrorists bloody victories

July 8, 2014

Fifty-six people, most of them old women selling food to make money so they could eat, died when Boko Haram terrorists set off a bomb in a Nigerian marketplace last week....

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Numnudz

Jul-08-14 6:37 PM

"BBC: President Barack Obama is expected to ask for $3.7bn (£2.2bn) in extra funding to tackle an immigration crisis at the southern border, where thousands of children have arrived alone. "

No. Not a penny. The troubles of Latin America's even-more-corrupt-than-ours governments are not our responsibility.

Every one of these illegal aliens, child and adult, will be paid for by the taxpayers. Their current housing, then welfare, food stamps, free medical and dental, and housing.

No thank you, 'President' Obama.

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Numnudz

Jul-08-14 6:32 PM

The law says so too, if someone murders a pregnant woman.

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questioner

Jul-08-14 4:55 PM

BBC: President Barack Obama is expected to ask for $3.7bn (£2.2bn) in extra funding to tackle an immigration crisis at the southern border, where thousands of children have arrived alone.

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questioner

Jul-08-14 4:02 PM

This is a total side note. My really bright husband and kids can't spell. It's all phonetic to them. "rong" is an example. There really is a glitch in connections for some and they don't visualize words the way others do. They've memorized some things, and have been able to write award winning papers and master's theses (plural of thesis)and communicate better than well, but their natural spelling is just rong. So I overlook it bug's. Not necessarily indicative of anything.

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questioner

Jul-08-14 3:53 PM

ladybug, I got this one covered.

I figure I gotta look at how God views it, and He sees that fertilized egg as life. We can call it potential life all we want, but I figure the way God designed it, the intent is life.

Doesn't matter who disagrees or what the court ruled.

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Numnudz

Jul-08-14 3:23 PM

"I think we form a national police force where we just take care of all the worlds problems at our exspence . "

I think you should start drinking AFTER you post.

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Numnudz

Jul-08-14 3:22 PM

Obama will negotiate with murdering terrorists that blow women and children into little pieces, but can't talk to conservatives.

Hoax and Chains.

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questioner

Jul-08-14 2:49 PM

The Little Sisters, who provide hospice care to impoverished people about to die, do not restrict their service to just Catholics. In other words, HHS demands compliance in the case of these "dirty" nuns because they refuse to discriminate in serving the needs of the poor.

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questioner

Jul-08-14 2:49 PM

As part of its defense of ObamaCare's contraception mandate, NOW has a list of what it calls "The Dirty 100" — entities that have sued the Department of Health and Human Services and demanded exemptions on the basis of their First Amendment rights and the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

In the middle of the list are the Little Sisters of the Poor.

They are Catholic nuns, operating as a charitable organization on behalf of their community. The application of the HHS contraception mandate to practicing Catholic nuns who take vows of chastity is one of the biggest absurdities of HHS' mandate enforcement anyway. Obviously, nuns aren't clamoring for free IUDs and Plan B.

It's true that churches and closely related organizations do not have to comply with the mandate, but there's a big catch, HHS requires that any such group primarily employ and serve only members of their own faith.

The Little Sisters, who provide hospice care to impoverished people about to die, do not r

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ladybug

Jul-08-14 2:16 PM

I think we form a national police force where we just take care of all the worlds problems at our exspence .

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ladybug

Jul-08-14 2:15 PM

Maybe someone can explain the difference between bending the rules like all presidents have done and out right lying to congress,

When we get involved in a war for false pretenses.

I guess the man who suckered the Bush adm into going to war in Irag is running against Maliki..

Just curious questioner. If you had 10 people in a room . 5 agreed with you on hobby lobby and the other 5 didn't . Whose right ?

I guess the gov. when you agree with their decisions .

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Kozy62

Jul-08-14 1:24 PM

Mr. Obama's policy is anything that is anti America as we knew it and as imagined by the writers of the Constitutuion.

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questioner

Jul-08-14 12:21 PM

Hey, I was hoping for someone to make a comment there.

I wrote so much you could be disagreeing with any or all. But come on, this may be the last day to comment and all you can do is click? I am disappointed.

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questioner

Jul-08-14 8:27 AM

So comment here about it. We'll cover them both, at least for today.

I am glad Hobby Lobby doesn't need to provide after conception pills. Regardless of when we consider life to begin--after conception, after implantation, after...--God's intent for that fertilized egg is life.

I hope places like Wheaton College (a Christian school) or Tyndale Publishers (the largest independently owned publisher of Bibles) don't have to either.

So did the women vote by gender, liberal beliefs or both? Did any of the men vote by religion? (And how come, if Protestantism is this country's largest religious group, there are no Protestants on the court?)

There, you all have a field day (literally, a day) with this one.

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Numnudz

Jul-08-14 6:20 AM

Editor: Thanx for allowing comments on this article.

I wish comment was open for the Hobby Lobby post.

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Numnudz

Jul-08-14 6:19 AM

Not every Muslim is a terrorist, but almost every terrorist is a Muslim.

Sharia Law and our Constitution are NOT compatible.

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