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Hypocrisy

January 23, 2013

During President Obama's press conference in response to the brutal murders of elementary school students at Newtown, Conn., he appeared to show much emotion and may have shed a tear or two....

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CHayes

Jan-26-13 6:44 AM

I was wondering Relene if you started bring home any unwanted embryos yet? You know, they're physical needs are just the same as a teenager, right? Isn't that what you said?

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rmiller

Jan-25-13 7:51 PM

"What's the matter Mike, shop steward have your tounge? "

No, he's just learned not to match wits with an unarmed person.

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CHayes

Jan-25-13 12:56 PM

What's the matter Mike, shop steward have your tounge?

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CHayes

Jan-25-13 7:21 AM

"But now it's the governments teet you're depending on for survival"

How so? I work 55-60 hours a week. How many hours a week do you work there union boy?

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CHayes

Jan-25-13 6:49 AM

Please keep us posted on how things go when you get the first batch of embryos to your house.

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CHayes

Jan-25-13 6:28 AM

"True, but had not someone fed and otherwise took care of you at birth you wouldn't have survived. Not much different than now actually."

Wow, another candidate to adopt unwanted embryos. Have to ask Mike, where will you find postage stamp size diapers?

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mikekerstetter

Jan-25-13 4:50 AM

CHayes-"You aren't really very smart are you?"

Compared to you, she's a genius.

CHayes-"Funny, where I come from the umbilical cord is cut at birth. I guess that's not the case where you come from."

True, but had not someone fed and otherwise took care of you at birth you wouldn't have survived. Not much different than now actually. But now it's the governments teet you're depending on for survival.

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mikekerstetter

Jan-25-13 4:45 AM

CHayes-"Do you have health insurance Relene? Because mental health care is covered by virtually all insurance."

Apparently yours doesn't. Or you are beyond help.

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 11:16 PM

I have an idea for a project for you Relene. You should start tomorrow to work on adopting 10 or 12 unwanted embryos.

How do you imagine that would work out for you? I mean, considering you think that the connection an embryo requires of it's host, is no different from the "connection" a teenager has with his parents, it shouldn't pose a problem at all, right? You can bring these embryos home and just feed them baby formula, right? You will need to acquire some mucho tiny cribs though.

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 11:08 PM

Do you have health insurance Relene? Because mental health care is covered by virtually all insurance.

Wouldn't it be great if you could go see a doctor that could make you well enough that you didn't pose a danger to yourself and others? I imagine you'd sleep much more soundly at night without all those pesky paranoid delusions rattling around inside your troubled head.

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 11:00 PM

"Try researching the term, "viable" Hayes."

Do you have any idea how bizarre it seems for you to say that to me after you just CLEARLY demonstrated that you don't understand what a "viable fetus" is?

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 10:58 PM

"Let's see if I get this correct? The towers were the "host twins" and the beings inside (obviously not viable to survival) were aborted by Muslims?"

You REALLY need to get some mental help at some point Relene. You're crazy enough at this point, that I feel VERY comfortable saying that you should not be allowed to be around children, absolutely not unsupervised.

Is this what happens to someone when they say they're deity will decide the outcome of the election, and they'll abide by that decision, then somewhere along the line they decide to start playing for the other team as it were?

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rmiller

Jan-24-13 10:57 PM

Try researching the term, "viable" Hayes. You'll understand why your continual argument to take human life is pathetic. It would appear that your mother made the viable option to keep you, even when you were only a fetus.

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 10:55 PM

Here Relene, maybe this will make you feel better. Since I can't draw you a picture, this will have to do.

1) Something that cannot survive when THE BIOLOGICAL, PHYSICAL CONNECTION to it's host is severed, can NOT be considered an "individual".

You know what one of the differences between an embryo and an infant is? You can put an infant down for several hours, and it will be fine.

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rmiller

Jan-24-13 10:54 PM

Ahhhh yes..twins....as in the Twin Towers, right Chris?

Let's see if I get this correct? The towers were the "host twins" and the beings inside (obviously not viable to survival) were aborted by Muslims?

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 10:51 PM

"Are we hearing you state that say a up to age 10 or 12 or 15, or how about five months old, should be terminated at the convenience of the mother because it is her right to make that decision"

You aren't really very smart are you?

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 10:50 PM

"Every single human being born cannot survive without help."

Funny, where I come from the umbilical cord is cut at birth. I guess that's not the case where you come from.

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 10:49 PM

Look out Relene, now the Catholic Church is turning on you. I bet they're listening to every word you say.

You better watch out as the present Pope may have learned a few tricks from his Nazi friends.

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rmiller

Jan-24-13 10:49 PM

1) Something that cannot survive when physically seperated from it's host can NOT be considered an "individual".

Every single human being born cannot survive without help...and for quite some time. Are we hearing you state that say a up to age 10 or 12 or 15, or how about five months old, should be terminated at the convenience of the mother because it is her right to make that decision?

"2) Something that lacks the requisite brain matter to be both conscious and self aware, can NOT be considered an individual. "

You have never watched an abortion, nor were you the product of a botched abortion. So, in reality, you have no personal knowledge of this information.

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 10:46 PM

"If fetuses are not equivalent to humans, then how can they be twins?"

Hate to break it to you psycho, but "twins" is not synonymous with "humans". In the English language, and two things that are alike, are referred to as twins. Even inanimate objects.

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 10:43 PM

And FWIW Relene, I wouldn't put it past someone as mentally unstable as you to go bonkers and try and shoot a bunch of people.

They should make gun control ads featuring you and your posts. You are the EXACT case study of someone that should be legally barred from owning firearms.

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rmiller

Jan-24-13 10:42 PM

"A chain of Catholic Hospitals has beaten a malpractice lawsuit by saying that fetuses are not equivalent to human lives. According to the Colorado Independent, in the death of a 31-year-old woman carrying twin fetuses, Catholic "Health Initiatives’ attorneys argued that in cases of wrongful death, the term “person” only applies to individuals born alive, and not to those who die in utero."

O.K., let's have fun with this rationale.

And...the person born is not the "person" in the utero? I'm confused?

If fetuses are not equivalent to humans, then how can they be twins?

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 10:41 PM

Hey, uh, Relene. You know that you're a complete raving lunatic, right? You know what the difference between you and a nut case "Truther" is?

It's a trick question. There is no difference.

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rmiller

Jan-24-13 8:07 PM

I wouldn't put it past this admin to have supplied ammo and paid necessary funds to "arrange just the perfect storm" for his gun control agenda....

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CHayes

Jan-24-13 6:11 PM

And this just in off the newswire:

"A chain of Catholic Hospitals has beaten a malpractice lawsuit by saying that fetuses are not equivalent to human lives. According to the Colorado Independent, in the death of a 31-year-old woman carrying twin fetuses, Catholic Health Initiatives’ attorneys argued that in cases of wrongful death, the term “person” only applies to individuals born alive, and not to those who die in utero."

Imagine that.

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