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Metaltooth
Metaltooth Apr 6 2012, 10:36pm said:

Common sense, with American goverment? What trickery is this?!

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GooberTrooper
GooberTrooper Apr 6 2012, 11:37pm replied:

Sad to say thats true, for now.

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Westonbirt
Westonbirt Apr 7 2012, 3:50am said:

Against both birth control and abortion. That means... against SEX.

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GOD_MAN
GOD_MAN Apr 8 2012, 3:21pm replied:

What? No!

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=СРБ=Ori`verda
=СРБ=Ori`verda Apr 7 2012, 4:01am said:

Some have taken their freedom and abused it, remember WW2 US? They enjoyed prosperity and nowadays they are swarmed by illegals and everything little thing that annoys them they wish to revolt against.

All we need is one good conquest and to install a dictator for a few years to remind them what freedom means, not having freedom will give you some sense.

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_w_
_w_ Apr 7 2012, 4:07am replied:

Argument level: Serbian

(just a joke :b

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=СРБ=Ori`verda
=СРБ=Ori`verda Apr 7 2012, 9:46am replied:

Go eat your chocolate waffles and play with your robot wife.

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_w_
_w_ Apr 8 2012, 6:54am replied:

i don't... get the robot wife part :|
you're the one who had a fictional relationship with darth talon xD

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MattmanDude
MattmanDude Apr 7 2012, 5:01pm said:

I don't believe in abortion because it's murder.

I do believe in birth control because you're a moron if you don't.

I have no comment on the internet about homosexuality.

I want my kids to be allowed to learn about creationism if they choose to believe in God as I do. Too bad one day that will be against the law.

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Westonbirt
Westonbirt Apr 7 2012, 5:12pm replied:

The problem is not creationism, it's the "teach the controversy" argument. There is no controversy among scientists. Saying there is is a lie, and it's unfair to teach kids this if you want to compete in a competitive knowledge-based market.

Then, I don't comment on moral issues.

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davo001
davo001 Apr 10 2012, 3:16pm replied:

they should be able to learn creationism but only in religious studies
religion should be kept out of the science lessons

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asif_ridwan
asif_ridwan Apr 8 2012, 6:33am said:

funny

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asif_ridwan
asif_ridwan Aug 8 2012, 12:30pm said:

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