Seriously dude, you are turning in to a jackass.....
Sycraft (Administrators; 18072)
Posted on: 03-31-2012 22:49.
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This half-ass wanna be commie rhetoric is stupid. For one thing you've no sense of perspective of things on a world stage. No, sorry, that you were poor by American standards when you were a kid doesn't make you a champion of the "proletariat" nor give you any real understanding of what real poverty is. You are likely on a global scale, to grab an overused term, "the 1%".
Also the amendment you are looking for the the 13th, 14th and 15th (and maybe 19th), not the first.
And sorry, but the first amendment DOES give people the right to speak out against women's rights. We don't have to agree with them, and it gives us the right to call them a bunch of misogynistic morons, but they have the right to have their opinion. That is what it is all about. You can have your opinion and express it. No matter how stupid it is.
I don't support random violence because I happen to be a bit of a student of history, modern and ancient, and I know just how bad revolutions are, and how bad the outcome usually is. I happen to think the US isn't that bad off, and we need to work on improving our social order, not destroying it. I would rather see our imperfect justice system than a system of no justice where the strongest thugs kill who they please.
I also don't pretend to know everything about this case. I think Cpt. Shootypantz is guilty, but not beyond a reasonable doubt because I don't have all the facts. As such I would want all the facts before deciding his fate, I don't think I should just go and kill him because I suspect he's guilty. Even if I was certain beyond any doubt, I still don't think I should go get 'justice' myself, I think it needs to happen within the law.
Why did the hipster burn her mouth on her pizza?
She ate it before it was cool.
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