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President Barack Obama supports requiring girls younger than 17 to see a doctor before buying the morning-after pill. Do you?

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Kozy62

Apr-07-13 1:28 PM

I believe all abortions should stop. I believe this judge should go to jail for endangering the lives of little girls. I believe we are far better off if Obama just stays out of Washington and does nothing over the next three years and nine months.

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ladybug

Apr-07-13 3:18 PM

You can sure bet congress will. Is it time to come back from another recess yet ?

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ladybug

Apr-07-13 3:19 PM

I could say the same about you know who ? 2001 thru 2009

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ladybug

Apr-07-13 7:02 PM

I'm not the one who got off subject again with the extra comments.

And as far as the subject matter . ??

Chose between another pregnant teen and more wel-fare.

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Kozy62

Apr-08-13 12:41 AM

ladybug Apr-07-13 3:19 PM "I could say the same about you know who ? 2001 thru 2009"

We would expect nothing less...as usual, liberals cannot speak to a subject so they blame others. I guess we have figured a long time ago that you are a liberal. I don't believe it has a thing to do with the subject which mentions, Obama, a doctor and little girls.

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Kozy62

Apr-08-13 12:48 AM

Now let's see...First comment was on subject and offered by me,

Next two comments were from you and off subject.

Next comment was from nonSocialist and was on subject or a response to your off subject comment.

Next comment was from you & again completely off subject.

Last comment was explaining that you were off subject and pointing out what the subject was about.

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concerned

Apr-08-13 8:43 AM

Ladybug is the perfect politician. Talk, talk, talk and never address the real subject. When they get cornered they just start pointing the finger at others saying well look what so and so did or the old standby they use is: if you think you can do it better then run for office and do it. They will do anything but accept accountability for their actions or have anyone question them on their actions. This is the mindset that has invaded our country. No one is responsible for their actions it is always anybody's fault but theirs.

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rpmwwe

Apr-08-13 12:30 PM

From what I can tell, we are in step 7 preparing to go into step 8.

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WatchDog

Apr-08-13 1:44 PM

Obama is a twit. This is one of those "WASTED" political "no solution" arguments. Even if Odummer was to get his way it won't be effective and it won't work. That teen will have a 18 year old purchase it for her, or her parent or somebody else.

This is just more ways Obama is trying to drive people to go to Doctors.

Even if a teen has unprotected sex, the morning after pill, the best one on the market is only affective up to 3 days after intercourse. The odds a teen having sex, then making an appointment and getting into a Doctor within that time frame is IMPOSSIBLE just to get a doctor to write her a "excuse" permission slip to go purchase it.

WE have to get GOVERNMENT out of our lives!!

Wasted time and money.

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Kozy62

Apr-08-13 1:57 PM

WatchDog is right on when she says that government needs to back off and out of our lives...enough already.

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WatchDog

Apr-08-13 2:22 PM

This is just another Obama money grab! Moving the economy! Drive up the costs of health care!

The morning after pill costs about 35 to 45 bucks. Send them to Doctors by law and watch the pregnancy rate grow and costs skyrocket. We already have given Obama gun and ammo salesman of the years. I can see it now...the morning after pill will be flying off the shelves and SURPLUS-ED! The cost of that over the counter drug should triple!

This should make the Docs and the pharm. companies happy happy happy!!!

Why is it every time Obummer opens his mouth WE GET POORER?

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rpmwwe

Apr-08-13 3:04 PM

"Why is it every time Obummer opens his mouth WE GET POORER?"

A++

I nominate this as Question of the Year.

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Kozy62

Apr-09-13 8:39 AM

Why is it every time Obummer opens his mouth WE GET POORER?

Because liberals refuse to wake up and conservatives haven't found a way to stop it. Socialism always fails because eventually the government has no more money to take.

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sunshine72

Apr-10-13 7:25 AM

notsocialist, part of Obama's proposed plan includes trained armed guards at schools if they choose. honestly, you make it sound as if he wants a big gun round up. no one is taking away anyone's guns for goodness sake. let us not forget that the words "well regulated" are in the 2nd amendment too.

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Kozy62

Apr-10-13 1:01 PM

“The reason why many are still troubled, still seeking, still making little forward progress is because they haven't yet come to the end of themselves. We're still trying to give orders, and interfering with God's work within us. ” —A. W. Tozer

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sunshine72

Apr-11-13 7:21 AM

This is the provision of the NY Safe Act to which I think you are loosely referring to:

"Requires designated mental health professionals who believe a mental health patient made a credible threat of harming others to report the threat to a mental health director, who would then have to report serious threats to the state Department of Criminal Justice Services. A patient's gun could be taken from him or her."

And this: "Allows law enforcement officials to pre-emptively seize a person's firearms without a warrant if they have probable cause the person may be mentally unstable or intends to use the weapons to commit a crime"

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sunshine72

Apr-11-13 7:22 AM

And again,

This is NOT Obama. This is a STATE deciding what they want to do in that STATE. It's not the Federal Govt. It's the state.

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sunshine72

Apr-11-13 7:24 AM

And also. Guns should be allowed to owned by responsible law abiding citizens. If someone's psychologist or psychiatrist determines a person is an imminent threat to someone or themselves, they should be able to remove the guns.

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sunshine72

Apr-11-13 7:26 AM

And. With all this "4 year old shoots deputies wife" or "4 year old shoots 6 year old neighbor" These are OBVIOUSLY examples of irresponsible people who should NOT be allowed to own a gun. If you are responsible you have nothing to worry about

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sunshine72

Apr-11-13 7:26 AM

You are too paranoid notsocialist. Maybe you should take something for that.

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Phoenix

Apr-11-13 8:50 AM

NotSocialist, ever since Obama took office the NRA, who really represents the gun industry not legitimate gun owners, has used fear of a gun ban to drive up gun sales, looks like it's working. I watched you video, no where on it does he say anything about the Obama administration. You can't really attribute every dumb thing some city councilman in any ransom city across the nation to the Obama adminstration. As far as your other quotes, post video evidence if available, so I can judge for myself.

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sunshine72

Apr-11-13 10:36 AM

LOL I don't have to try to smear you. You do quite a good job of that yourself.

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Kozy62

Apr-11-13 1:22 PM

Phoenix is correct in that Obama is not to blame for everything even though he does blame Bush for everything.

In trying to destroy our Constitutionally enjoyed freedoms, there are plenty who want to take them away.

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Kozy62

Apr-12-13 12:05 AM

A Kentucky Democratic operative claimed Thursday that two leaders with a local liberal democrat group were the ones who secretly recorded a February strategy session with Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and his aides.

The allegation comes after McConnell claimed his office was bugged, following the publication in Mother Jones magazine of the recorded meeting.

Jacob Conway, who is with the Jefferson County Democratic Party, said that two leaders with the group Progress Kentucky told him at the time that they recorded the session.

Liberal democrats in action...I guess they are the same in every State.

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Kozy62

Apr-12-13 7:27 AM

Yep...pure evil.

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