and it isn’t because of hydrophobia:
I am still waiting for evidence that abortion is a difficult decision.
I have no evidence that the decision to have an abortion was difficult.
But who supplies that pressure [to have an abortion]? The left, of course
I never said that that one woman represented evidence of anything … You all imagined that
they offer them support, counseling and advice – things they will never receive inside an abortion clinic
The problem is that pro-abortion people refuse to acknowledge [a baby is human at] any such point before delivery
You are suggesting that any pregnant woman should be free to terminate that pregnancy, until the child’s body makes it out of the womb.
[You are suggesting that] A teenager in school … should be able to have an abortion as simply as “Meet Suzy at the Mall… check. Buy the latest Ke$ha joint… check. Have an abortion… check.”
As Mr. Martin put it:
And the winning category on today’s episode of Pyramid is: Things That Simply Aren’t True *
* (but some will desperately insist absolutely are because without their fantasies to argue against they’d actually have to actually acknowledge painful truths. Such as, they’re not completely right and the other side has made valid points.)
You can find the gory details here.
This is what Mr. DiSalle had to say about our system of justice:
BTW, whatever happened to “Guilty until proven innocent”? Or is that only for Democrats?
That’s the Fox News standard of justice, folks.
I’ll keep the post on the page for a week, and you folks vote.
The second part is, the first person to e-mail me the winner of the vote gets loverly California Valencia Oranges grown in my backyard.
The second person gets loverly California lemons, grown in my backyard.
You can see where I’m going with this.
Oh, and it’s Zython FTW today at Ollies’ place:
Why would you say they’re not governed by probability, then cite an example of how probability works?
What did Mrs. Schrodinger ask her husband?
Erwin, was zum Teufel hast du mit der Katze? Das arme Ding sieht halbtot!
You know, I’ve been accused of all sorts of things by Mr. DiSalle and his aide-de-camp, Dennis, that I’m going to hold a contest, by just posting a series of images along side a quote from Mr. DiSalle, and invite all comers near or far, to select one of these images to demonstrate the old Sianic aphorism, “One picture is worth ten thousand characters.”
First, the quote, and link to it:
1920 to 1933 Prohibition was as Constitutional as Constitutional could be.
So, it was constitutional; now, it isn’t. See?
From It’s the Constitution, Stupid
and the choices are:
What’s the difference between Peter Weller and Dark Avenger?
One plays a fictional character in a drama aimed at a juvenile audience. The other one is Peter Weller.
Poor Frank, the Lovable Lush of the Right.
Stupidity makes us sleepy.
But he’s still a dummy.