Demon505

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from Indianapolis, IN, Real age 21

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    • Tiege

      7 years ago

      Hi, I'm already friends with you, I just changed my account.

      • Tiege

        7 years ago

        TeddyJ

      • Demon505

        7 years ago

        What was your account?

    • Joel FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      7 years ago

      Awfully awesome.

      • Demon505

        7 years ago

        Twas what I was going for.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      Let's not go into the healthcare reform debate. We still don't know what's in that law. How long has it been since they passed it? And yet, they keep finding out new things about it.

      And, no, I don't hate gays. I never did.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      I guess that's your way of seeing things. Here's the way I see them: Democrats are more comfortable sitting on the sidelines wagging their fingers at the people actually doing things, but when you put one in the hot seat and they have to make the hard decisions they do exactly what their counterparts do.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      So basically your definition of treason/capital offense/mass murder/violation of the Constitution is dependent on who is in office.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      But, they're doing the same thing. Is it okay to when you're a Democrat? If you say so because you really don't want Biden as president, then I have another question: Would you have been happier with a Cheney administration?

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      In light of recent events, I've come up with another question: Do you want to impeach Obama now or are you considering that Bush may have been right?

    • Atheist_101

      8 years ago

      It was suppose to be a statement and a question at the same time!1!!!1!!! D:

    • Atheist_101

      8 years ago

      It wasn't suppose to be a stereotypical thing!

    • Atheist_101

      8 years ago

      Haha, well it's always fun (not to mention funny) to ruffle up some feathers eh?

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      I was reading more of the news about that joke of a policy call "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" and I came up with a very serious question: Did you think that the military does some sort of investigation to see if the "teller" actually is gay?

    • techskater

      8 years ago

      Since when have I ever been a Fascist. I'm anti-Republican too. As a matter of fact, I'm anti-either party having power.

      I hope there's enough of a balance upset to repeal the Reform package and to reinstate, you know, tax cuts... The latter isn't going to happen at all but it'd be nice. The repealing of the Health Care Reform package, I don't think theres enough conservative power to do so.

      However, I'm somewhat shocked that California's Prop 19 didn't pass... If there's one thing potheads would get up and do, you'd think it'd be to decriminalize their favorite past-time right?

      Before you say anything, I voted for Oregon Measure 74. See, I'm not a Fascist. I believe Marijuana should be legalized. And the measure took one more step torwards full decriminalization thereof. And I don't even want to smoke it. Go figure - I'm an advocate of personal freedom.

    • techskater

      8 years ago

      No more super majority.

      How does this make you feel?

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      All the ruling does is cancel a rule that was selectively enforced at best. People that were openly gay were retained because their ratings were undermanned. Even the ones that admitted it because they wanted out were kept in. In some cases, they were simply told "No, you're not gay." Likewise, troublesome people were told that they were gay so that they could be discharged quickly.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      I'm a veteran, so I know that this ruling means essentially nothing.

    • Atheist_101

      8 years ago

      I'll have to check it out (I wish it was as simple as CoD or GoW)

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      No. If you give it voluntarily then they didn't deny it to you. Furthermore, is it lawful to deny someone their constitutional rights. You can't ride the fence. Yes and no are mutually exclusive.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      It doesn't answer my question. I think my question is simple enough. Is the government required to act when a group violates someone else's (not their own members) Constitutional rights. A simple yes or no will suffice.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      No, I really can't because this would apply to so many issues. I don't want you to change your answer based on which issue it might apply to.

    • RvBRecruit

      8 years ago

      The Ramadan dinner has been around for awhile, like Thomas Jefferson era. And he never canceled the National Day of Prayer, and if he did that wouldn't make him Muslims as the National Day of Prayer is a multi-faith day and Muslims do pray. If he did cancel it, he would be closer to what I am.


      Then we have no problem here so far.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      I have a question: Is it lawful for the United States government to allow an organization to exist that denies any group of people one of their Constitutional rights?

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      No. A factual statement would be that you think he's not Muslim. But if he is, there's nothing wrong with it.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      That statement was rhetorical.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      Okay. Demand in one hand and you know the rest.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      Surely there's someone else willing to debate this with you.

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      Don't we want to strangle each other enough already?

    • Mecatchfish

      8 years ago

      I think we've found something we can agree on.

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      If you knew, then why did you act like you'd already won.

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      This is going to go higher than just that one judge. Let's hold off until it's all said and done.

    • techskater

      9 years ago

      Simply that they hold their own beliefs to be more important than the beliefs of those who elected them. We're not going to agree on this, so don't bother arguing more.

    • techskater

      9 years ago

      Appoint people to represent you, to make decisions on your behalf. An activist Judge didn't do that in the case of this Prop 8 overturning.

    • techskater

      9 years ago

      Yeah, but thats the point of a Republic - The people hold political power, not a group of judges.

      Thus, I can see the Prop 8 Overturning decision to be appealed and repealed at some point. Keep in mind that I'm not saying it's going to happen, but I can see it happening.

    • techskater

      9 years ago

      And I think such things should be up to voters. For any activist Judge to say "well, I know better than most people so I'm going to redefine law and order as I see fit" is beyond what I think is right.

      Meh.

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      The moment they want to use the law to force other people to accept it, it's not private anymore.

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      It's about conservative politics versus liberal politics. The people in the most liberal state in the country voted like conservatives. You people on the left couldn't stand that and wouldn't have let it stand no matter what it was. The issue that was voted on was a mere detail.

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      Why are we arguing? We both know this isn't about gay marriage.

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      No. Your approval of them legislating from the bench shows that you don't understand how they work.

    • techskater

      9 years ago

      Implying it's the Republicans that got Prop 8 passed in California.

      Here's a hint - It was the blacks and the Mexicans. They tend to be very traditional.

      Also, You're talking to someone who believes in Gay Marriage, but not in Judge Activism.

      Sooo........ Have fun celebrating Obama's birthday. I'm sure you made a cake or something to mark the occasion.

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      I don't remember discussing this with you.

    • Atheist_101

      9 years ago

      Hey thanks, it feels good to be back.

    • SPARTAN_204

      9 years ago

      In reply to Demon505, #2:

      I think he was the best actor in the world. He was able to act like a good present and people were dumb enough to believe he was.

      Oh play nice you

    • SPARTAN_204

      9 years ago

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    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      No. Because when someone can't do the impossible of proving a negative you think that means you're right.

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      It's something we can't get past. Ignoring it means that, at any point, you can trump me by saying, "oh yeah?! Prove me wrong!"

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      During our gay marriage discussion. You even went on to argue with me when I said you can't prove a negative. You insisted that I could.

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      I'd like to debate with you, but you've already said the since I can't perform the impossibility of proving a negative I'm wasting my time.

    • Mecatchfish

      9 years ago

      You didn't understand my comment. My point is that all of your liberal talk of compassion and tolerance is pure garbage. You (liberals) support illegal immigrants because you know that they are the key to diluting the conservative vote in this country.

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