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Posted on 07/06/2009 11:37:43 AM PDT by Robert357
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Given the subject, the minor mistake is certainly understandable and forgiven.
The movie of tomorrow is here today...
If they filmed it they could make good money.
Hats off to them for just being out in the snow like that.
I only noticed that after an extended, detailed examination, and still nearly missed the safety violation!
For sex or for pictures? One of the ironies of life in America is that it’s often legal to have sex with a girl, but illegal to take her picture. Texas is a great example. 17 is the age of consent, but no pictures, that’s a crime.
Before it’s over, we’re going to need to surrender our shoelaces before getting on board an airplane...just wait...you heard it here.
16 was what I grew up with in California...but that was when voting age was still at 21.
The general mantra was, “a drivers license is a learners permit; but 15 will get you 20”. Made things simpler.
As to birth control, there were two basic methods: abstinence, and her daddy’s shotgun.
Speaking of which, the voting age ought to be raised back up to 21, too...
Thirty. Except for military personnel.
Are you sure they weren't just playing beach hockey? The worst she should have gotten was a 4 minute major penalty.......
Shucks, I’d go for 35. If you ain’t old enough to BE president, why should you help CHOOSE the president? *<];-)
30 or 35, and must be a property owner. ;-)
Like the old days, and it made America great. Would you go for a military exemption?
Hey, might go for military service as another prerequisite to voting, like Heinlein. ;-)
I’ve said that to some libs, that people should own land, pay taxes and be veterans in order to vote. They went ballistic. Called me a traitor and commie. Weird, eh? Eff ‘em. I think people should also have to pass a clean drug test, too.
Of course, I’ve disenfranchised myself with the military requirement, but if it made the country a saner, more responsible and better place to live (and more towards a pro-Constitutional government that the Founding Fathers desired), it would be a small price to pay. Because right now, there’s a lot of ignorant people that have absolutely no business casting a vote. I’ve always said I don’t know squat about sports, and it wouldn’t be right for me to participate in polls or decisionmaking processes with respect to sports, same goes for people that haven’t a clue about politics, policy, or the Constitution. If you can’t even name your Governor, both Senators, member of Congress, state legislators, and even find your state capital on a map, you have no business voting.
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