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Old February 10th, 2012, 10:54 AM   #11
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If we go all Commie... can I get one of those cool fur hats with the earflaps and a red star on it?


I'd love a Zil













http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZIL-41047


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Old February 10th, 2012, 10:57 AM   #12
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[quote name='mytmouse57' timestamp='1328826431' post='381946']

If we go all Commie... can I get one of those cool fur hats with the earflaps and a red star on it?


I'd love a Zil













http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZIL-41047


Only bona-fide Party members will be allowed those.

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That would turn some heads at Albertson's!
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Old February 10th, 2012, 11:17 AM   #13
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The Reagan-appointed conservative justice authored the majority opinion in the 1990 decision Employment Division v. Smith, a critical precedent to the birth control case, decreeing that religious liberty is insufficient grounds for being exempt from laws. The Supreme Court said Oregon may deny unemployment benefits to people who were fired for smoking peyote as part of a religious tradition, seeing as the drug was illegal in the state.



To permit this would be to make the professed doctrines of religious belief superior to the law of the land, and in effect to permit every citizen to become a law unto himself, wrote Scalia, an avowed Catholic and social conservative, in an opinion that was cosigned by four other justices.


I'm presuming that the 28 states which already require religiously-affiliated businesses to cover contraception under other prescription coverage will continue to do so.
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Old February 10th, 2012, 11:20 AM   #14
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[quote name='mytmouse57' timestamp='1328826431' post='381946']

If we go all Commie... can I get one of those cool fur hats with the earflaps and a red star on it?


I'd love a Zil













http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZIL-41047


Only bona-fide Party members will be allowed those.

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That would turn some heads at Albertson's!

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See? Communism's not so bad after all!
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Old February 10th, 2012, 11:20 AM   #15
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Why are people so mad? Cause it is mandated that women are have access to contraception? The issue has been fixed now, but the actual mandate came in 2000 under Bush and was enforced in 28 states for 10 years. All this politicizing is bunk, the president is not trying to infringe on anyone's religious liberties. Or telling the church to pay for it, and it isn't. But in fact, the right is trying to infringe upon my civil liberties by trying to legislate it's religious and moral tenets into the law, and my body. Keep my state out of your church and keep your church out of my state.



I am thankful that the Catholic church does so many charitable things and I am also thankful that there could be a solution to this issue as the exemption is broadened and the church religious doctrine will not be violated .Now let's see some zealots in Congress stop trying to take away my access to birth control and abortion and health coverage, with it's trying to implant religious doctrines into the law!


That's BS. No one is telling you to do anything. The Govt is telling religious organizations to do something they don't believe in. Save your drama for naive college kids.
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Old February 10th, 2012, 11:27 AM   #16
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[quote name='mytmouse57' timestamp='1328826431' post='381946']

If we go all Commie... can I get one of those cool fur hats with the earflaps and a red star on it?


I'd love a Zil













http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZIL-41047


Only bona-fide Party members will be allowed those.

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That would turn some heads at Albertson's!

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See? Communism's not so bad after all!

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It has seven seats including the driver.



The top speed with two persons is listed as "not less than 190 km/h (118 mph)".



It is powered by a 7.7 L (469 cubic inch) carbureted V8 of ZIL's own design giving 232 kW (315 hp) at 4,600 revs per minute.



This engine drives the rear wheels via a three-speed automatic transmission



Three speeds - yeah!
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If the insurance companies are still providing contraception, and the RCC is paying the insurance companies, how does Obama's compromise change anything?
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Old February 10th, 2012, 11:30 AM   #18
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That's BS. No one is telling you to do anything. The Govt is telling religious organizations to do something they don't believe in. Save your drama for naive college kids.



Not anymore.



And yet there has been an all out assault against women's reproductive freedoms and health choices since the republicans won Congress and many more state legislative seats and governor's offices in 2010.
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And yet there has been an all out assault against women's reproductive freedoms and health choices since the republicans won Congress and many more state legislative seats and governor's offices in 2010.




N.B. "women's reproductive freedoms and health choices" is libbie leftie code for killing unborn babies
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The insurance companies are providing all sorts of drugs that can be abused or used to kill, should the church not be paying for it? Should a doctor allow a woman to die if her pregnancy becomes dangerous because she works for a Catholic employer?Maybe if it is that difficult to work this out, the church should stop taking money from the government. Should our government stop giving money to the Catholic church because the church has used it to pay off victims of their child molesting priests?
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