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BloombergHe said "kill it" to his pregnant employee as a condition to her further employment, but these words can be applied more broadly, to encompass all his campaign promises on global warming, gun control, abortions, taxes, and soda drinks.

As such it has now become Bloomberg's riveting new campaign slogan that accurately reflects on his values and his vision for America.

If you can't regulate it, kill it. If you can't kill it, buy it. If you can't buy it, steal it.

 
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I wonder how many women trump raped had abortions?

https://www.focusonthefamily.com/pro-life/survey-women-go-silently-from-church-to-abortion-clinic/

Many women with unplanned pregnancies go silently from the church pew to the abortion clinic, convinced the church would gossip rather than help, a 2015 study shows. More than four in 10 women who have had an abortion were churchgoers when they ended a pregnancy, researchers found in a survey sponsored by Care Net, a nonprofit organization supporting more than 1,100 pregnancy centers across North America.

“That’s a huge opportunity for the church to have an impact on those decisions,” said Scott McConnell, vice president of LifeWay Research.

But only 7 percent of women discussed their abortion decision with anyone at church. Three-fourths (76 percent) say the church had no influence on their decision to terminate a pregnancy.

The results point to a church culture that often lacks grace, McConnell said. Among women who have had an abortion:

  • Two-thirds (65 percent) say church members judge single women who are pregnant.
  • A majority (54 percent) think churches oversimplify decisions about pregnancy options.
  • Fewer than half (41 percent) believe churches are prepared to help with decisions about unwanted pregnancies.
  • Only three in 10 think churches give accurate advice about pregnancy options.

“If [women] don’t start experiencing something different than what they’ve seen in the past,” McConnell said, “these numbers aren’t going to change.”

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9 minutes ago, Buffalo said:

 

BloombergHe said "kill it" to his pregnant employee as a condition to her further employment, but these words can be applied more broadly, to encompass all his campaign promises on global warming, gun control, abortions, taxes, and soda drinks.

As such it has now become Bloomberg's riveting new campaign slogan that accurately reflects on his values and his vision for America.

If you can't regulate it, kill it. If you can't kill it, buy it. If you can't buy it, steal it.

 

 

+100.

Well, said !!

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34 minutes ago, harryramar said:

I wonder how many women trump raped had abortions?

https://www.focusonthefamily.com/pro-life/survey-women-go-silently-from-church-to-abortion-clinic/

Many women with unplanned pregnancies go silently from the church pew to the abortion clinic, convinced the church would gossip rather than help, a 2015 study shows. More than four in 10 women who have had an abortion were churchgoers when they ended a pregnancy, researchers found in a survey sponsored by Care Net, a nonprofit organization supporting more than 1,100 pregnancy centers across North America.

“That’s a huge opportunity for the church to have an impact on those decisions,” said Scott McConnell, vice president of LifeWay Research.

But only 7 percent of women discussed their abortion decision with anyone at church. Three-fourths (76 percent) say the church had no influence on their decision to terminate a pregnancy.

The results point to a church culture that often lacks grace, McConnell said. Among women who have had an abortion:

  • Two-thirds (65 percent) say church members judge single women who are pregnant.
  • A majority (54 percent) think churches oversimplify decisions about pregnancy options.
  • Fewer than half (41 percent) believe churches are prepared to help with decisions about unwanted pregnancies.
  • Only three in 10 think churches give accurate advice about pregnancy options.

“If [women] don’t start experiencing something different than what they’ve seen in the past,” McConnell said, “these numbers aren’t going to change.”

Your proving once again you are a babbling, lying, little, greasy hairball.  At least the sex Trump had was consensual. Who has accused Trump of reap?

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2 minutes ago, Buffalo said:

Your proving once again you are a babbling, lying, little, greasy hairball.  At least the sex Trump had was consensual. Who has accused Trump of reap?

at least one woman accused him of "reap" and over 20 others have accused him of sexual assault. but heck they were not texas moron traitors so they lied about your sicko preznit. sure he cheated on all his wives, but he would never sexually assault women, he was just funnin when he bragged that he did it all the time. 

try to keep up.

 

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Just now, harryramar said:

at least one woman accused him of "reap" and over 20 others have accused him of sexual assault. but heck they were not texas moron traitors so they lied about your sicko preznit. sure he cheated on all his wives, but he would never sexually assault women, he was just funnin when he bragged that he did it all the time. 

try to keep up.

 

Locher room talk. Essentially what trump did. Boys will be boys 

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2 minutes ago, Imgreatagain said:

Locher room talk. Essentially what trump did. Boys will be boys 

yeah and al those women are lying becausde trump would never lie, and while he cheated on all his wives he would never sexually assault women. 

those women are someones daughter .

 

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Just now, harryramar said:

yeah and al those women are lying becausde trump would never lie, and while he cheated on all his wives he would never sexually assault women. 

those women are someones daughter .

 

His ability or willingness to stay faithful is really on him- and his wife to stay for that crap. Not really my business or yours 

does it make him a Dbag to marry? Yep 

does it make him a bad president? Nope 

JFK was a huge cheater, but loved by all. 
hypocrisy 

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2 minutes ago, Imgreatagain said:

His ability or willingness to stay faithful is really on him- and his wife to stay for that crap. Not really my business or yours 

does it make him a Dbag to marry? Yep 

does it make him a bad president? Nope 

JFK was a huge cheater, but loved by all. 
hypocrisy 

huh?

the morality of the person leading the nation is none of our business?

yes it is our business.

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5 minutes ago, harryramar said:

yeah and al those women are lying becausde trump would never lie, and while he cheated on all his wives he would never sexually assault women. 

those women are someones daughter .

 

Someone's daughter?

We had a US Senator leave someone's daughter in a car and she drowned and he never reported it.

 

And then he was reelected for the next 40 years..

Please stop with the BS that you really cared if someone cheated on their wife.

 

Trump is not perfect...

However, your side suggests that there's someone that is

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1 hour ago, Buffalo said:

 

BloombergHe said "kill it" to his pregnant employee as a condition to her further employment, but these words can be applied more broadly, to encompass all his campaign promises on global warming, gun control, abortions, taxes, and soda drinks.

As such it has now become Bloomberg's riveting new campaign slogan that accurately reflects on his values and his vision for America.

If you can't regulate it, kill it. If you can't kill it, buy it. If you can't buy it, steal it.

 

He should play Alice Cooper music at his rallies.  :)

 

How about "Dead Babies".

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1 minute ago, harryramar said:

huh?

the morality of the person leading the nation is none of our business?

yes it is our business.

Obama sat in a church and listened to a racist minister for 10 years..

Clinton cheated on his wife and was accused and pleaded to harassment...

 

Did it change your voting?

 

How about Sanders?

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1 minute ago, Z09 said:

Someone's daughter?

We had a US Senator leave someone's daughter in a car and she drowned and he never reported it.

 

And then he was reelected for the next 40 years..

Please stop with the BS that you really cared if someone cheated on their wife.

 

Trump is not perfect...

However, your side suggests that there's someone that is

harry is clearly an angry person.

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1 minute ago, personreal said:

Do you say the same thing about dems?  After all, you claim yer not a dem...right?

Trump can be annoying...

But I care about the country, economy, jobs and terrorism.

 

The "he cheated on his wife" BS doesn't change much withe me.

 

I don't approve of it but if the Dems really, really, really cared about it then they should open up to the millions

and millions that Congress has paid for sexual harassment claims over the decades..

 

C'mon Nancy..

You can do it...

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1 hour ago, harryramar said:

I wonder how many women trump raped had abortions?

https://www.focusonthefamily.com/pro-life/survey-women-go-silently-from-church-to-abortion-clinic/

Many women with unplanned pregnancies go silently from the church pew to the abortion clinic, convinced the church would gossip rather than help, a 2015 study shows. More than four in 10 women who have had an abortion were churchgoers when they ended a pregnancy, researchers found in a survey sponsored by Care Net, a nonprofit organization supporting more than 1,100 pregnancy centers across North America.

“That’s a huge opportunity for the church to have an impact on those decisions,” said Scott McConnell, vice president of LifeWay Research.

But only 7 percent of women discussed their abortion decision with anyone at church. Three-fourths (76 percent) say the church had no influence on their decision to terminate a pregnancy.

The results point to a church culture that often lacks grace, McConnell said. Among women who have had an abortion:

  • Two-thirds (65 percent) say church members judge single women who are pregnant.
  • A majority (54 percent) think churches oversimplify decisions about pregnancy options.
  • Fewer than half (41 percent) believe churches are prepared to help with decisions about unwanted pregnancies.
  • Only three in 10 think churches give accurate advice about pregnancy options.

“If [women] don’t start experiencing something different than what they’ve seen in the past,” McConnell said, “these numbers aren’t going to change.”

I know of one that didnt... What's your mom's name?

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2 minutes ago, Z09 said:

Trump can be annoying...

But I care about the country, economy, jobs and terrorism.

 

The "he cheated on his wife" BS doesn't change much withe me.

 

I don't approve of it but if the Dems really, really, really cared about it then they should open up to the millions

and millions that Congress has paid for sexual harassment claims over the decades..

 

C'mon Nancy..

You can do it...

Is harry on life support?

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