What's your plan exactly Einstein?
Make guns illegal just like drugs?... That's working well for drugs now isn't it
I notice morons like to talk while making no sense or ever thinking about the words coming out of their mouth
Bet you get a food taster.
Some people never learn
Some people only learn the hard way
Don't worry, one way or another, everyone will learn
EVEN IF that WAS our solution, it makes more sense then showing them a poisoned apple and denying it was poisoned. Keep munching those apples you stupid liberals. One day you might realize how wrong you were, hopefully before you become the victim of a poisoned apple.
Actually, I think he is saying since the last 10 apples came out of the same basket and have been poisoned apples, we might want to use caution eating apples out of that particular basket.
Thanks for playing!
Bless your heart!
Show me an "apple" that has" raped a little girl "and then
kill her for honor and I'll show you a bad basket of apples.
All apples are not poisonous pencil pusher but smart people get rid of the rotten ones before the infect the whole barrel. Dumbos like you write drivel!
[-9] June 20, 2016 at 11:18am
Yes, there were some Jews who didn’t realize that the fear-mongering and scapegoating of their faith and identity would result in a loss of their civil rights and eventual mass extermination. I’m also sure that there were many Germans who strongly believed that their fear, paranoia and hatred of Jews were justified because of some vast Jewish conspiracy against Germany.
Perhaps we can avoid repeating history by not scapegoating the faith of millions of good, loyal Americans.
The way to that is to quit hyphenating Americans and separating them...we are just Americans regardless of the color, religion or former nationality.
Let’s just keep ignoring the source of evil.
Who signed your copy of the koran?
You are off base here.
The Koran requires that Homosexuals be killed, and all none Muslims must be subjugated completely or killed.
No if's and's or but's. So you are refusing to take there Holiest book at face value.
The violence, non-integration into the host country, expansion of Islamic Enclaves are directly tied to the percentage of Muslims as compared to the Host country.
It is VERY interesting that you have compared Hitlers persecution of the JEWS who were NOT bombing raping and murdering their fellow Germans to Radical Islamic Terrorists bombing raping and murdering Tens of thousands of Non-Muslims and Not-Muslim-enoughs, world wide.
RE: "No, it's not slavery" - So you disagree with Marriam-Webster's definition of the term "slavery".
@PubliusPencilman – Jun. 9, 2016 at 12:19pm:
HEY THERE ! . . . . . How ’bout a reply to 2GodBeTheGlory’s 12:24pm reply to your 12:19pm reply? Or a reply johnjacobjingleheimerschmit’s 12:07pm comment?
Hang, while you’re at it, how ’bout a reply to Daniel Webster?
It is definitely Servitude. Since there is 'NO' amount of compensation for breaking ones belief. Also, to have someone come to you and force a person into Labor, Time, and Resources against their will. Is in fact Servitude by the Civil Rights definition too.
YES, Comrade it is and an example of egregious Government overreach as well!
Dude! It is! Just because you're fine with it does not make the rest of u cower. If I get the cops to drag you over to mow my lawn (1/2 acres) and only pay you $5, its SLAVERY and violates at least 2 amendments.
Flip side, in HS I mowed many a yard, but would not cut the late M Fischer's yard due to their shorting y 15yo self's pay $3 of the promised $6. It was my choice to NOT deal with them. By late August, their yard pulled a cut-or-fine notice from the city and they had to hire a black competitor to cut it. I made a point of telling him my experience and wished him well. They tried to short him, but the city had his bill and put a lien on their taxes. I heard the final bill was over $100!
Go read up on contract law and freedom of association.
I agree it is a gross violation of their civil rights prohibited by section VII of the U.
S. civil rights code. This is why they had to release the lady who refused to sigh the marriage licenses. Also it can be defined as trafficking in persons as defined by the U.N. and prohibited by U.S. law..
Pencilneck is technically correct. It is not slavery if the worker is being paid for the service provided. Nevertheless, it would amount to "involuntary servitude" if the artists are forced by the government to provide it. Both slavery and involuntary servitude are expressly prohibited by the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution.
Some people will argue that it is not slavery if someone is being paid. This is demonstrably false. Don’t you remember that some slaves were paid small amounts and that by saving up their money they were sometimes able to buy their freedom, or the freedom of a family member?
They were not paid much, and it took the savings of many years for a slave to buy freedom. That is not the point. The point is that it was not failure to pay them that made them slaves, but taking away their right to refuse.
[-4] June 5, 2016 at 2:38pm
What percentage. Tell me what percentage of undocumented immigrants here are committing criminal offenses not related to their immigration status (which is not a criminal offense). Go ahead: what percentage is high enough to justify you smearing millions of men, women and children who are just here to make a better life for themselves? Tell me exactly why you are so afraid of the hard-working people that contribute and even sustain many sectors of the economy.
I say it again: you are a coward.
[-3] June 5, 2016 at 11:31am
And tell me where the Constitution defines who is and isn’t a legal immigrant? Tell me where in the Constitution are undocumented immigrants prohibited from earning their citizenship?
Please, provide those citations for me.
[-1] June 5, 2016 at 11:26am
And what exactly do YOU think defines an “American”?
[-5] June 5, 2016 at 11:25am
There is no invading army. You’re a special kind of coward to be so afraid of men, women and children here to make a better life for themselves.
[-4] June 5, 2016 at 9:16am
I suggest that if you want to support Trump, you’ll take the MLK image off your profile. Trump is anathema to everything MLK stood for.
[-2] June 5, 2016 at 9:14am
And what did you do to earn YOUR citizenship?
I have known undocumented workers that were the most kind, gentle and hardworking people I have ever met. I have known undocumented workers who just want to work hard for their families and their communities. They have sacrificed EVERYTHING to live a better life and to give their children better opportunities.
And what have YOU done?
[-5] June 5, 2016 at 9:11am
You’re full of nonsense. I wonder how many Hispanic Americans you have actually sat down with and had a conversation with. Show some empathy, and don’t just gobble up all the hate fed to you by your preferred propaganda.
[-2] June 5, 2016 at 9:10am
No, Trump does not “put Americans first.” He deliberately attacks loyal, patriotic American Muslims and Hispanics to satisfy the worst, most racist impulses of SOME Americans.
[-7] June 5, 2016 at 9:06am
No, you are not “at war for America.” Your fellow Americans, who have honest disagreements with you about governing philosophy, the roles of government, etc., are not your enemy. Let’s not pretend that you are some brave partisan fighting for the soul of America–I have as much right to claim America as you do. Democrats, Hispanic Americans, African Americans, liberals, and yes, even socialists, have as much a claim to America as you do.
You must be scared I never pretended anything. It all boils down to your want of a big
Nanny government to take care of you, which cost way too much money and way too
much freedom, simple enough.
Socialists don't have as much claim to America as I do. They're beliefs go against the US Constitution.
[-8] May 27, 2016 at 9:56am
Who is punishing the US here? Who is even apologizing? You folks are so deranged that you would attack Obama for anything, even for rightly recognizing the tragic loss of life from these bombings. Maybe it was the only choice, but that doesn’t make it any less tragic.
[-6] May 27, 2016 at 9:54am
As always, you are a lunatic.
[-11] May 27, 2016 at 9:54am
The things you list were horrible, but do you think it was the soldiers who committed these atrocities that died at Hiroshima and Nagasaki?
It wasn't created to keep God out of the government, it was created to keep the government from creating it's own church and telling people they had to join. It was in response to The Church of England created by King what's-his-bucket wanting to divorce as many wives as he wanted.
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances"
No where does that say separation of Church and State. No law respecting the ESTABLISHMENT of religion.......Read it Pube
Research your history folks. Learn the FACTS.
The whole concept of an "impenetrable wall" between church and state was a line from a piece of personal correspondence between Jefferson and the Elders of Danbury Baptist Church. It was never part of the constitution, never part of a court case involving the 1st amendment and was never a part of public policy.
The quote was taken out of context and misapplied by a liberal SCOTUS.
Also, Thomas Jefferson was the US ambassador to France at the time, and wasn't even there when the Constitution was drafted. He also didn't draft any of the Federalist Papers, which goes farther to explain the intent of Constitutional provisions (yet does not address the First Amendment provisions of Religious Freedom), so his commentary on it means...well...squat. If anyone's opinion should be heard on the subject, it would be James Madison, who WROTE the Bill of Rights and was a staunch Christian. All misquotings by Barton aside, there is overwhelming evidence that the First Amendment reads as it does in order to avoid having the Federal Gov't establish one Protestant Denomination over another (Episcopalians, Presbyterians, etc.), NOT to forbid the Federal Gov't from ever having a hand in religious matters. It especially doesn't forbid the public profession of faith ascribed to military members, nor does it prohibit the encouragement of that faith. In fact, Congress authorized Chaplains for the military as one of its first acts because it understood the importance of faith (particularly Christian) towards encouraging moral behavior amongst the officers and enlisted.
In a sense, yes, it was made up by Thomas Jefferson. Those words appear nowhere in the Constitution or it's amendments. They were penned by Jefferson in a personal letter to assure the Danbury Baptists that government would not interfere with their faith.
It's called history folks know it or you will unwittingly sell yourself into slavery.
I'll just leave this here as well.
You believe a lie, and a number of posters here have pointed that out. One providing a link.
So … if you return here the same, it is because you DON’T WANT the truth.
Pretty simple …
[-13] May 20, 2016 at 6:56pm
Actually, he wrote it in Hebrew, so it wasn’t “kill” or “murder.”