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I for one, can understand.

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(5 replies, posted in Fans)

I look at Japan now with a lot of respect. Most countries in the world have not even had one Nuclear Crisis, Japan is now on number 2.

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(3 replies, posted in Fans)

CalAnglin82

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(22 replies, posted in Fans)

Free Times better than no time

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(1,176 replies, posted in Fans)

Movies and the normal Bf/Gf stuff

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(3 replies, posted in Fans)

Who else here plays Xbox Live?

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(22 replies, posted in Fans)

It seems that I might have won...

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(7 replies, posted in Role Playing)

I say the RPG takes place on the east coast. In the capital wasteland. There is a lot of material to work with in the DC setting

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(1,176 replies, posted in Fans)

I for one now have a Girl Friend.

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(22 replies, posted in Fans)

BFFC therealmccoy wrote:

There's way more than one. I can see I'm going to just have to avoid the Fans section from now on. Damn shame.


My count is three. "Wiki Leaks" "Do you go to Church?" and "Obama Health care"

BFFC Admin wrote:

You got it, Karson. Happy to know you're open to hearing another opinion.

I am not as tunnel visioned as people think.

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I heard MW3 is going to be made but it is going to be set before the events of MW2

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I can't wait to see it, Sir.

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I do believe you are attacking me personally, sir. Attack the belief not the person.

You have your beliefs I have mine. Calling mine nonsense when you disagree isn't very productive in swaying my views or even discouraging me from continuing to spread my "nonsense".

And this bit of "nonsense" has the United States Constitution backing it.

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Fans. sir, Fans

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No, the Tea Party has been taken over by Republicans. The Tea Party has rejected Democrats and blindly accepted the Republicans, both parties are not any good. I am against anything that is unconstitutional.

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(22 replies, posted in Fans)

"...there is nothing wrong with signing unconstitutional laws"

I was taught that the Constitution was the law of the land. If this holds true, then if something is unconstitutional it is breaking the law.

Judicial Review would and should over turn the health care bill.

Thats what needs to be done and it needs to be done the way John Marshall did it.

Thomas Jefferson has probably turned over in his grave about this.

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BFFC Admin wrote:
Karson Fett wrote:

Obama Health care

good or bad

Well, first, it's not called that. It's called Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).

You can find out the basics here:
http://www.healthcare.gov/
http://www.whitehouse.gov/healthreform
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affordable_Care_Act

I think it's important for people to have more options with their healthcare (an improvement c/o PPACA), plus that everyone should be going to the doctor for preventative care (a real win-win for the country).

Just my two cents...

Its unconstitutional.

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*AMENDMENT X

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

*All of the above comes from the United States Constitution. Nothing added nothing taken out
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I believe that 30 Attorney Generals have filed suit against PPACA saying its unconstitutional, so I am not the only one in this boat.


http://washingtonindependent.com/80119/ … are-reform

http://www.associatedcontent.com/articl … acare.html

There is an interactive map at the bottom of this artical but it is a little out of date.


Here is a list of the Top 10 states:

Florida
South Carolina
Nebraska
Texas
Michigan
Utah
Pennsylvania
Alabama
South Dakota
Virginia

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(22 replies, posted in Fans)

Obama Health care

good or bad

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(20 replies, posted in Fans)

BFFC Admin wrote:

You don't need to be a politician to know what's going on. Thank goodness we do have a free press.

As for "Wikileaks" causing a war, give me a break. It didn't take this much to start war-mongering in Iraq. Besides, the leaks are real accounts.

As for the republic comment, the United States was founded as a republic. There's a lot of navel-gazing debate about republic vs. democracy. The bottom line is that checks and balances are part of our system, thank goodness.

As for Congress, that's not always the case. A lot of elected officials vote on party lines, not what their constituents want. There's also a thing called lobbyists.

Anyway, back to the topic at hand, isn't Wikileaks out of the news for now? How many "wars" did it cause this month? OK. Thought so.

Sir, with a due respect,

The point I was trying to make was that we have people in D.C. to make decisions for us. Lobbyist don't vote do they?

Its going to cause one if we don't science this site. Just because a war didn't start this month doesn't mean one won't start next month.

These rights are being abused and you know it. Honestly, what can you and me do about something like Obama Care? Unless an election is coming up...nothing.

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The memos mostly reveal widespread Iraqi civilian deaths

I have meant to comment on this also...

Civilains die in war, thats why nobody likes war.

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Hows it goin' slim?

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(20 replies, posted in Serious Geeking)

Are you talking about in A New Hope

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(15 replies, posted in Fans)

we got 2'' or 3''

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(15 replies, posted in Fans)

The snow has stayed over night here...wow

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(15 replies, posted in Fans)

Can you believe that down here in Dixie that we have snow?

Your not suppose to earn forgiveness.