Christian hate: Sarah Palin supports anti-gay Chick-fil-A

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Palin tweeted a photo of herself and husband Todd clutching bags from the anti-gay chicken franchise.

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#1410 Aug 11, 2012
Rose_NoHo wrote:
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I'm not even going to bother. Anybody can put up a website.
Doesn't change the fact that the only humans alive today are homo sapiens sapiens. And, all human races alive today are members of that species. And you fundies need to decide if you believe in evolution or not. LOL.
I just provided you proof otherwise. Your refusal to read it does not make it go away.

And because homo erectus is still in existence among homo sapien, then this serves as further proof that the evolutionary theory is incorrect.

Since: Apr 11

Santa Monica, CA

#1411 Aug 11, 2012
Virginia Patriot wrote:
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I just provided you proof otherwise. Your refusal to read it does not make it go away.
No, you did not. You provided a link to a web site.
No web site will change the fact that all humans can breed and produce mutually fertile offspring, and that is the definition of a species.
No matter how much you stomp your wittle feet.
And keep writing to someone you claim is of a different species!
Virginia Idiot wrote:
And because homo erectus is still in existence among homo sapien, then this serves as further proof that the evolutionary theory is incorrect.
LOL. You don't understand evolution. No big shock.
Stupid racist fundie. Oh, wait, that's redundant. Fundie.

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#1412 Aug 11, 2012
This was a GREAT scene ...

&fe ature=related

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#1413 Aug 11, 2012
Virginia Patriot wrote:
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I prefer using charcoal. Gas grills simply can not capture that unique smoke flavor in spite of the wood pellets (or other "smoking" techniques).
I was quoting Hank Hill of "King of The Hill", he was a propane salesman and once accidentally ate a charcoal cooked burger and liked it better, to his chagrin.
Kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#1414 Aug 12, 2012
Virginia Patriot wrote:
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I prefer using charcoal. Gas grills simply can not capture that unique smoke flavor in spite of the wood pellets (or other "smoking" techniques).
There’s no substitute for the distinctively rich flavor of burning carbons in propane.

Charcoal tastes great too, but you should know that some top doctors identified as a significant contributing cause of homosexuality in major hospital studies.
Kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#1415 Aug 12, 2012
Virginia Patriot wrote:
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What disturbs me the most is that the libs want to legalize the illegals to vote, but they are demanding that the vote window for our soldiers in the battle field be eliminated.
Actually, libs don’t want to legalize the illegals to vote, but they are demanding that the Republicans don’t get away with closing the vote window for people who generally vote Democrat or keep their windows open any less than for our soldiers in the battle field. If you lived in Ohio, you would understand the issue, where voting hours will be longer in “Republican” counties than in “Democrat” counties, because Republicans fear making it reasonably easy for Democrats to vote. We’re a swing state and that’s the only way they stand a chance of winning. Sad but true.

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#1416 Aug 12, 2012
Kuda wrote:
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Actually, libs don’t want to legalize the illegals to vote, but they are demanding that the Republicans don’t get away with closing the vote window for people who generally vote Democrat or keep their windows open any less than for our soldiers in the battle field. If you lived in Ohio, you would understand the issue, where voting hours will be longer in “Republican” counties than in “Democrat” counties, because Republicans fear making it reasonably easy for Democrats to vote. We’re a swing state and that’s the only way they stand a chance of winning. Sad but true.
Uh, almost everywhere the hours that a Polling place can stay open is set either by State law and is uniform across the State or is set by County officials. If Ohio has some weird rules concerning this I would like to see the proof.

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#1418 Aug 12, 2012
Kuda wrote:
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There’s no substitute for the distinctively rich flavor of burning carbons in propane.
Charcoal tastes great too, but you should know that some top doctors identified as a significant contributing cause of homosexuality in major hospital studies.
Hospitals use charcoal for ingested poisons as charcoal will absorb most poisons. perhaps Gays tend to ingest poison more often.

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#1419 Aug 12, 2012
Kuda wrote:
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There’s no substitute for the distinctively rich flavor of burning carbons in propane.
Charcoal tastes great too, but you should know that some top doctors identified as a significant contributing cause of homosexuality in major hospital studies.
I must admit, that had a certain humor to it
Kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#1423 Aug 12, 2012
californio wrote:
<quoted text> Uh, almost everywhere the hours that a Polling place can stay open is set either by State law and is uniform across the State or is set by County officials. If Ohio has some weird rules concerning this I would like to see the proof.
In Ohio, the hours can be extended for any county by its election board. Each board consists of an equal number of Republican and Democrats.

Democrats in all counties voted to extend hours to make it easier for everyone to vote. Republicans on boards in counties that vote Republican all elected to extend hours, but they all voted against extended hours in counties that vote Democrat. Ties are broken by a State government overseer who happens to be Republican.

As a result, all counties that vote Republican will have extend hours and no county that votes Democrat will have extended hours. Most counties vote Republican, the exception being the larger metropolitan counties, which vote Democrat.

Clearly, the Republicans have stacked the deck to discourage citizens who vote Democrat, as is the case in states with new voter registration requirements that make it inconvenient for demographics that vote Democrat to vote.

It is shameful that they resort to such strategies in an effort to offset their lack of popularity in order to win elections. Amazingly, they have chosen to alienate so many groups, including people of color, women, Hispanics and the elderly, just to pander raw meat to the extremist fringe.
Kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#1424 Aug 12, 2012
californio wrote:
<quoted text> Hospitals use charcoal for ingested poisons as charcoal will absorb most poisons. perhaps Gays tend to ingest poison more often.
I assumed you would recognize that I was kidding about propane v. charcoal. But I must admit that I was wrong. So there’s no reason for you to be out for blood. Relax and enjoy a good burger at 5 Guys. Bacon and cheddar is the route to go there.
Kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#1425 Aug 12, 2012
Virginia Patriot wrote:
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I must admit, that had a certain humor to it
Thank you. Unfortunately, one person just didn’t get it.

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#1429 Aug 12, 2012
Kuda wrote:
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In Ohio, the hours can be extended for any county by its election board. Each board consists of an equal number of Republican and Democrats.
Democrats in all counties voted to extend hours to make it easier for everyone to vote. Republicans on boards in counties that vote Republican all elected to extend hours, but they all voted against extended hours in counties that vote Democrat. Ties are broken by a State government overseer who happens to be Republican.
As a result, all counties that vote Republican will have extend hours and no county that votes Democrat will have extended hours. Most counties vote Republican, the exception being the larger metropolitan counties, which vote Democrat.
Clearly, the Republicans have stacked the deck to discourage citizens who vote Democrat, as is the case in states with new voter registration requirements that make it inconvenient for demographics that vote Democrat to vote.
It is shameful that they resort to such strategies in an effort to offset their lack of popularity in order to win elections. Amazingly, they have chosen to alienate so many groups, including people of color, women, Hispanics and the elderly, just to pander raw meat to the extremist fringe.
Then your voting laws are flaky in Ohio. Polling hours need to be uniform across the State. I can see an exception for rural areas where farmers might need extra time to vote and polling booth tend to be a distance, but that more for farming areas of Montana and Texas where your polling place might be twenty miles away, not Ohio.

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#1430 Aug 12, 2012
Kuda wrote:
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I assumed you would recognize that I was kidding about propane v. charcoal. But I must admit that I was wrong. So there’s no reason for you to be out for blood. Relax and enjoy a good burger at 5 Guys. Bacon and cheddar is the route to go there.
I know it might kill me but its worth the Heart attack. with Cajun fries and grilled Onions, mushrooms and BBQ sauce.
Kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#1431 Aug 12, 2012
californio wrote:
<quoted text> Then your voting laws are flaky in Ohio. Polling hours need to be uniform across the State. I can see an exception for rural areas where farmers might need extra time to vote and polling booth tend to be a distance, but that more for farming areas of Montana and Texas where your polling place might be twenty miles away, not Ohio.
Indeed. We’re one of those weird States wherein a Republican governor has worked hard to make it difficult for primarily Democrat demographic groups to vote. GOP now stands for “Generally Obstructionistic Politics.” It’s really a big embarrassment to be from here recently.
Kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#1432 Aug 12, 2012
californio wrote:
<quoted text> I know it might kill me but its worth the Heart attack. with Cajun fries and grilled Onions, mushrooms and BBQ sauce.
Just remember to take your nitroglycerine tablets when you go. Why does cholesterol have to be so delicious?

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#1433 Aug 12, 2012
fr "Virginia Patriot":

>You said that these historic figures were gay....<

Yes, it's common knowledge that they were. Have mommy show you how to use an encyclopedia, and then grow UP.

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

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Palm Springs, California

#1434 Aug 12, 2012
Kuda wrote:
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Just remember to take your nitroglycerine tablets when you go. Why does cholesterol have to be so delicious?
The body actually physically NEEDS it for survival, but we are a LONG way from the old days of hunting and gathering. In those ancient days there NOT fast joints on every corner. You ate a lot and as rich as you could for you had NO idea when your next meal was to be, so loading up on fats and yummies was a survival technique, now it is a political statement.

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#1435 Aug 12, 2012
Pattysboi wrote:
fr "Virginia Patriot":
>You said that these historic figures were gay....<
Yes, it's common knowledge that they were. Have mommy show you how to use an encyclopedia, and then grow UP.
Show your source. You made the claim, now back it up.
Kuda

Cincinnati, OH

#1436 Aug 12, 2012
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>The body actually physically NEEDS it for survival, but we are a LONG way from the old days of hunting and gathering. In those ancient days there NOT fast joints on every corner. You ate a lot and as rich as you could for you had NO idea when your next meal was to be, so loading up on fats and yummies was a survival technique, now it is a political statement.
Great information. Thanks!

I mainly hunt and gather creature comforts.

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