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Academic Freedom....according to Liberals

 
 
boomerang
 
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Reply Mon 15 Aug, 2005 07:41 pm
"Liberals ate my college student."

<snork>

That slogan is crying out for a t-shirt! I think I'm going to make me one.
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Baldimo
 
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Reply Mon 15 Aug, 2005 08:23 pm
goodfielder wrote:
Baldimo wrote:
goodfielder wrote:
rayban asked

Quote:
What is the foundation for many of our laws such as murder, and theft?


Common sense not religion. The prohibition on murder is ancient but only applied to not killing those outside your immediate tribal affiliation. Theft is only a problem where individual ownership is a cultural feature.


So as long as I can't own anything I don't have to worry about someone stealing my stuff?


That's it. Takes a lot off your mind doesn't it?


Not really. If that is the case why should I work then?
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candidone1
 
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Reply Mon 15 Aug, 2005 08:30 pm
Baldimo wrote:
goodfielder wrote:
Baldimo wrote:
goodfielder wrote:
rayban asked

Quote:
What is the foundation for many of our laws such as murder, and theft?


Common sense not religion. The prohibition on murder is ancient but only applied to not killing those outside your immediate tribal affiliation. Theft is only a problem where individual ownership is a cultural feature.


So as long as I can't own anything I don't have to worry about someone stealing my stuff?


That's it. Takes a lot off your mind doesn't it?


Not really. If that is the case why should I work then?


To support the millions on wellfare stupid.
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Baldimo
 
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Reply Mon 15 Aug, 2005 08:42 pm
candidone1 wrote:
Baldimo wrote:
goodfielder wrote:
Baldimo wrote:
goodfielder wrote:
rayban asked

Quote:
What is the foundation for many of our laws such as murder, and theft?


Common sense not religion. The prohibition on murder is ancient but only applied to not killing those outside your immediate tribal affiliation. Theft is only a problem where individual ownership is a cultural feature.


So as long as I can't own anything I don't have to worry about someone stealing my stuff?


That's it. Takes a lot off your mind doesn't it?


Not really. If that is the case why should I work then?


To support the millions on wellfare stupid.




I'm already doing that, but why should I? I should only be responsible for those I directly care for. Why can't millions do as I do and actually work for a living?
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goodfielder
 
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Reply Mon 15 Aug, 2005 09:18 pm
Quote:
Not really. If that is the case why should I work then?


There is a very long explanation for it but you wouldn't like it so I'll leave it.
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candidone1
 
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Reply Mon 15 Aug, 2005 09:22 pm
Baldimo wrote:
candidone1 wrote:
Baldimo wrote:
goodfielder wrote:
Baldimo wrote:
goodfielder wrote:
rayban asked

Quote:
What is the foundation for many of our laws such as murder, and theft?


Common sense not religion. The prohibition on murder is ancient but only applied to not killing those outside your immediate tribal affiliation. Theft is only a problem where individual ownership is a cultural feature.


So as long as I can't own anything I don't have to worry about someone stealing my stuff?


That's it. Takes a lot off your mind doesn't it?


Not really. If that is the case why should I work then?


To support the millions on wellfare stupid.




I'm already doing that, but why should I? I should only be responsible for those I directly care for. Why can't millions do as I do and actually work for a living?


Sure you don't live in Canada?
You sounds awfully bitter about the welfare state for an American.
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Baldimo
 
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Reply Mon 15 Aug, 2005 09:55 pm
candidone1 wrote:
Baldimo wrote:
candidone1 wrote:
Baldimo wrote:
goodfielder wrote:
Baldimo wrote:
goodfielder wrote:
rayban asked

Quote:
What is the foundation for many of our laws such as murder, and theft?


Common sense not religion. The prohibition on murder is ancient but only applied to not killing those outside your immediate tribal affiliation. Theft is only a problem where individual ownership is a cultural feature.


So as long as I can't own anything I don't have to worry about someone stealing my stuff?


That's it. Takes a lot off your mind doesn't it?


Not really. If that is the case why should I work then?


To support the millions on wellfare stupid.




I'm already doing that, but why should I? I should only be responsible for those I directly care for. Why can't millions do as I do and actually work for a living?


Sure you don't live in Canada?
You sounds awfully bitter about the welfare state for an American.
Just a little bit.
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candidone1
 
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Reply Mon 15 Aug, 2005 10:00 pm
What's your welfare program like in teh US?.....other than "excessively taxing".
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Baldimo
 
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Reply Mon 15 Aug, 2005 10:52 pm
candidone1 wrote:
What's your welfare program like in teh US?.....other than "excessively taxing".


My biggest problem is that there isn't a large-scale checks on who really needs the programs and who doesn't. Illegal immigrants can receive welfare and have never paid into the system. Those people who can work don't work because the govt takes care of them. Some states have started to get smart and have placed limits on how long a person can be on welfare. They are told when they get on welfare about the time limit and given about 5 years to get a job. This is a step in the right direction but more needs to be done. If you aren't a citizen you shouldn't receive welfare.
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squinney
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 05:49 am
boomerang wrote:
"Liberals ate my college student."

<snork>

That slogan is crying out for a t-shirt! I think I'm going to make me one.


Laughing

I want a pic when it's done.

Not sure why that flowed from my head as I typed, 'cept that I was especially irritated after thinking about all of the non- issues the current admin is wasting time on. There are REAL things to deal with, like all those pesky welfare people and making sure the Ten Commandments are followed. Rolling Eyes
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joefromchicago
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 06:00 am
squinney wrote:
Must not apply to Cornell or University of Michigan.

Please don't judge the University of Michigan Law School by Coulter. Remember, Mike Newdow, the plaintiff in the California pledge of allegiance case, is also a Univ. of Michigan grad. In fact, he was one of Coulter's classmates.
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Ticomaya
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 06:19 am
joefromchicago wrote:
squinney wrote:
Must not apply to Cornell or University of Michigan.

Please don't judge the University of Michigan Law School by Coulter. Remember, Mike Newdow, the plaintiff in the California pledge of allegiance case, is also a Univ. of Michigan grad. In fact, he was one of Coulter's classmates.


There's a rousing endorsement.
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squinney
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 06:28 am
Oh, no. Not judging by Coulters turn-out at all. That was just my first attempt at debunking the false claim that we have liberal universities that shut-up conservatives.

If we do, which I don't believe, it isn't working. Obviously!
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squinney
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 06:37 am
As to the other false claim regarding tort reform:

Quote:
Legal Urban Legends Hold Sway
Tall tales of outrageous jury awards have helped bolster business-led campaigns to overhaul the civil justice system


Source - Read the rest


Isn't there a Ten Commandment about LYING? Something about Thou shalt not bear false witness?
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joefromchicago
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 07:48 am
Ticomaya wrote:
Yes, apparently he views the American porn industry as racist, in that it has historically excluded Asian-American men. But Asian-American women have been adequately represented by his account. The pamphlet I found on the sidewalk indicated that this serious exclusion had produced a psychological problem--their emasculation, of sorts. He intended to rectify this situation with his project, which was to film an explicit sexual encounter between an Asian-American male, whom he had recruited, and an Asian-American female porn star.

Reminds me of my brief stint as an Asian porn actor, when I performed under the stage name of "Won Hung Lo."
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rayban1
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 08:07 am
squinney wrote:
boomerang wrote:
"Liberals ate my college student."

<snork>

That slogan is crying out for a t-shirt! I think I'm going to make me one.


Laughing

I want a pic when it's done.

Not sure why that flowed from my head as I typed, 'cept that I was especially irritated after thinking about all of the non- issues the current admin is wasting time on. There are REAL things to deal with, like all those pesky welfare people and making sure the Ten Commandments are followed. Rolling Eyes


Yep......I certainly agree, there are REAL things to deal with......like how do you convince the most obstructionist congress in history to stop wasting valuable time BLOCKING every judicial appointee nominated by Bush.....and......how do you force the bastards to produce an immigration bill that will work.

Then there are the fanatics on this forum who waste a lot of saliva, foaming at the mouth to put Rove in jail.........good luck Laughing Laughing
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rayban1
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 08:09 am
Joe

Good of you to finally divulge your true identity as an aging Asian American Porn star. Shocked
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squinney
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 08:19 am
"...most obstructionist congress in history to stop wasting valuable time BLOCKING every judicial appointee nominated by Bush..."

Another false issue. Rolling Eyes

Quote:
According to the Web site of the Department of Justice's Office of Legal Policy, Bush has nominated 34 people for appeals courts, and 18 of them have been confirmed. Of his 97 nominations for district courts, 88 were confirmed.

Democrats have supported more than 200 of Bush's judicial nominees, and the federal court system has its lowest number of vacancies in 16 years.


Source
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candidone1
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 08:36 am
squinney wrote:
"...most obstructionist congress in history to stop wasting valuable time BLOCKING every judicial appointee nominated by Bush..."

Another false issue. Rolling Eyes

Quote:
According to the Web site of the Department of Justice's Office of Legal Policy, Bush has nominated 34 people for appeals courts, and 18 of them have been confirmed. Of his 97 nominations for district courts, 88 were confirmed.

Democrats have supported more than 200 of Bush's judicial nominees, and the federal court system has its lowest number of vacancies in 16 years.


Ah ah ah....they don't like facts Sqinnney.
They don't like facts.


Source
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rayban1
 
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Reply Tue 16 Aug, 2005 08:55 am
Wanting me to accept "facts" reported by CNN is like me wanting you to accept facts from the Wall Street Journal. You'd laugh me out of town. Rolling Eyes
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