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Posted on 06/13/2008 12:58:29 PM PDT by Graybeard58
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Best use of graphics I’ve seen in quite some time. Did you make that?
Just sent this to the local Right to Life Chairman.
That is good. Would like to use it!
“I see Obama is employing Algore’s “clever” tactic - avoid further debate by declaring that the debate is over.”
Oh my goodness...Obama is “tired” of the same old debate.
Well then - I guess I shouldn’t get too worked up over my sincere belief that innocent babies are being needlessly tortured and murdered.
Afterall - this debate has been going on for too long and poor Obama is tired.
I guess that is how we go about this issue.
I’m tired of arguing - therefore I win the argument and you must roll over and agree with me.
Arguing takes up valuable time that could be spent eating waffles.
ok....well then as long as you just give in to the spell of Obama - agree with him about everything (and then when he flip flops - you still agree), then I’m sure he’ll share some waffles with you :)
Exactly...I made a similar comment on an algore/global warming thread a few months ago...Why can’t conservatives employ this tactic...”The debate is over, tax cuts are good. The debate is over, abortion is murder...”
That’s an excellent point - I’m going to start using it on my liberal friends.
And in the case of tax cuts - it’s been proven -it’s true!
And the funny thing is that Reagan wasn’t the one who came up with the idea.
The economy expanded after JFK instituted tax cuts.
If the liberals had any brains they would attribute this brilliant policy to their hero, JFK, and claim it as their own policy.
If they had any brains.
The debate is over - liberals are stupid.
Maybe Obomba thinks a baby is only three fifths of a person.
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