Yours, given you commenting before reading was called out by multiple users. Clearly, you deciding to comment without reading was your fault not Hudson's
"Congress has a duty to use the money it collects for common welfare - including, yes, helping out the industries it considers good for common welfare."
Fiction and fantasy are big sellers. Not non fiction.
No one expects the bible to be scientifically accurate....well....no one sane, anyway.
Ok, thanks for the response. I agree that even a fertilized egg is alive. (Of course, sperm is alive, too. So the technicality of "life" isn't very important to me.)
Yes, religious sects. Not religion. Two different things.
Yes, and I explained why this is. When you have a closed group, who engage in unprotected sex within tha closed group you get s high STD rate. Look at the high school in Texas, it had the majority of its students with an STD. Let that sink in.
Only one is abuse and assault and it is FGM.
The NDP are being upfront about their commitments and putting them up for public scrutiny and review.
That is the problem....who is going to adopt? We have thousands upon thousands of children in orphanages that have never felt love, a hug or the benefits of a family. How many have you adopted and if not why not!!
Pretty absurd notion though.
If youre an atheist and claim you want religion OUT of our government but defend the religion that teaches and practices (today) the murdering of Christians and atheists by calling those that question those tenants bigots, youre ALSO the problem.
How does mythical religious dogma advance this conversation?
Thank God we finally have a man in the White House. This business of spending all our money on the neighbor's children and letting your own starve to prove you're a nice guy is just disgusting.
Which is why he said he would run a deficit for 2 years.
But not granting the same right is obviously only of application to Muslims. And we have two excellent examples of the origin and application of that. In the first century of Islam, when it was under the Ummayads, there were Christians serving with the Muslim armies, and even as officers in command of Muslim and Christian troops. They, their families, and occasionally even their home village were exempted from Jazriya. And after the Ottoman reforms, there were Christians serving in the Ottoman armies, and even as officers. In The 40 days of Musa Dagh, which is basedupon real incidents witnessed by a German missionary, a Christian Ottoman officer of medium rank (Major or Colonel) takes command of the defense of Musa Dagh (Mountain of Moses) along the southern shore of Turkey, against the Ottoman forces attacking the Christians as part of the massacres during WW1. When you served in the army, you didn't have to pay the military exemption tax because you paid the tax in blood, rather than money. The US actually had a similar law during the Civil War, which was a way for Quakers and other pacifists to not serve. If you paid $300 dollars you would not be drafted. And often the military used that $300 to pay a bonus to new immigrants to serve. During WW2, those Filipinos who served were granted US citizenship and their descendants, because they had an American parent.
We do get pressure to have kids, just no one has told us to ditch our dog.