Hey, idiot Maggiesway, you DO realize the Supreme Court at one point upheld segregation, right? Just because the Supreme Court rules on something doesn't mean they are right. Now why don't you go back to Media Matters.
Actually all of this came about by lawsuits and judicial decisions, not popular vote. Check out how it started in California after the popular vote went against gay marriage and it all went to the courts. A lot of this process is the result of Congress abdicating powers to the executive and judicial branches in the past couple decades.
The congress DID pass the DOMA, and 5 judges struck it down saying that it was not the position of the high court to rule on matters of marriage, etc. That rested in the states and was not a Federal issue.. Isn't funny then that those SAME 5 Judges, (that just HAD a federal law outlining marriage,) ruled just a few years later that the high court had to rule on this and took the decision AWAY from the states who had voted OVERWHELMINGLY to not allow homosexual marriage.. odd..
Hey Septamus, why are you calling Maggie an idiot? She didn't say that the SCOTUS is "right"; she simply stated what their function is.
wowjustwow, as if maggie would have said that if she did not agree with it.
To be more clear, as if she would not have said that if she did not think they were right.
 August 30, 2015 at 12:12am
Actually, this is exactly what a democracy looks like. The majority kills the minority. We used to be a constitutional republic, but progressives killed that. As Voltaire said: “A democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for dinner. A constitutional Republic is a well armed lamb contesting the vote.”
It was what he said that is not pro-democracy, not the painting. Correct me if I’m wrong, but treason is the act of trying to destroy one’s own country. Since when was I required to pay restitution to someone I have never met or heard of who won’t work for their own keep? That is communism I tell you, and it is what he is insinuating in this statement:
“they seem to go against the Republican line when it comes to immigration or gay marriage and entitlements.”
Since when was anyone in this country entitle to anything to anything? The social welfare programs were only instituted by FDR to help those truly in need. I have nothing against helping those actually need. But no one is entitled to anything. If people are entitled to stuff, why don’t I have an Xbox 360 and a mansion? Oh, yeah no one is entitled to anything. Therefore, his comment is treasonous. Not because he said it, but because he implies that he wants to overthrow the constitution.
May 7, 2013 at 6:05pm
This artist is clearly a socialist/communist. Arrest him for treason.
Who is the traitor here?
His right to express his views, even if you find them disagreeable or distasteful, are protected under the Constitution. Your demand that he be arrested for expressing views contrary to your own shows your disdain and hatred for that Constitution.
Your disdain and hatred for the Constitution makes YOU the traitor. You should be arrested and tried for treason. And if convicted, you deserve the fate of traitors.
It was what he said that is not pro-democracy, not the painting. Correct me if I'm wrong, but treason is the act of trying to destroy one's own country. Since when was I required to pay restitution to someone I have never met or heard of who won't work for their own keep? That is communism I tell you, and it is what he is insinuating in this statement:
"they seem to go against the Republican line when it comes to immigration or gay marriage and entitlements."
Since when was anyone in this country entitle to anything to anything? The social welfare programs were only instituted by FDR to help those truly in need. I have nothing against helping those actually need. But no one is entitled to anything. If people are entitled to stuff, why don't I have an Xbox 360 and a mansion? Oh, yeah no one is entitled to anything. Therefore, his comment is treasonous. Not because he said it, but because he implies that he wants to overthrow the constitution.
Sometimes believing in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights means people get to do )*(%head things, and that's fine.
The Constitution is the Supreme Law of the land, and we should believe in it ALWAYS, not just when it suits us.
And Jesus is simply saying, "Hey, if you want my vanilla wafers, I'm down with that- but keep your hands of my AK!"
Jesus looks good with a Kalashnikov. Jesus kicks @$$. I bet that Pontious Pilate 8*^(# would've backed the 5~(% off if he'da had that!
May 3, 2013 at 11:09pm
Now, I wonder if he was just faking/intentionally being evil all these years or if he was actually what he claimed to be then… Either I wonder if he will be honest in this and go forward the way he says he will.
Evil? That’s pretty harsh. I know you are going to claim religion as an excuse, but judging a somebody to be evil just because he’s gay is seriously messed up. Let’s not forget that although we can all laugh at this Antoine’s ridiculous affectations, the reason anybody heard of him in the first place was that he was a stand up guy when his sister needed him to protect her from an actual evil person.
May 3, 2013 at 10:44pm
So, if they had gotten off of their butts and pushed this to the top of the to do list, the events in the Boston area may not have happened or ended sooner? Also, Peter Boogaard? That’s a name that’s toeing the line to outrageously funny.
May 3, 2013 at 10:28pm
Man I wish I could get a holiday like this. Attending online school though, I don’t know… I don’t think they’d let it fly.
May 3, 2013 at 8:31pm
“Would you care to join me for a drink Mr. President?”
May 3, 2013 at 8:12pm
This is only slightly funny. It just goes to show that alcohol is no good for the brain.
May 3, 2013 at 8:10pm
No news is better than bad news. I use this to say not that no news is better than receiving ill tidings, but rather that no news is better than poorly told, construed, and constructed news. In other words, no news is better than the MSM’s news.
May 3, 2013 at 8:01pm
They said regular jet fuel was almost $4.00 to a gallon. Right? That would make this almost $60 to a gallon fuel about a 1500% increase in cost if my math is right.
May 3, 2013 at 7:45pm
If the kids want to essentially give away a rifle and a shotgun that’s their business. They’re only recognized as a club by the school as well so I fail to see how it’s their job/right to interfere with their method of raising money. If this incident was on school grounds, then yes they have the right to decline to them raffling weapons on school property due to the weapons being there, but only in that the weapons are on the premises. The proceeds would go to the club not to the school so I fail to see the issue here.
May 3, 2013 at 5:51pm
I honestly have to agree with them in that LARs are not something anyone should be developing at any time. Thankfully I don’t think anyone has started yet. I’m perfectly fine with drones though as they are remotely piloted by actual people rather than a computer program.
May 2, 2013 at 10:34pm
What on Earth could they want to be broadcasting in those cities for?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
The best way to raise a rebellion from within is to create a poverty, desperate citizenship, maybe Detroit, then start spewing hope and who is really to blame for their sorrows, think Nazi's, 1933. That is why they picked Detroit. They will next start one in Oakland or Medesto, then Chicago, the last one will be in Poughkeepsie, everyone knows that is the key to any revolution. That is where they will pick their toes, in Poughkeepsie.