The morning after...for all girls.

The morning after...for all girls.

Post by iBoatere » Wed, 10 Apr 2013 22:26:03



says...

Quote:




> >> I've no idea where you drug up my intentions with regards to 11 and 12 year old girls, and I'm
> >> surprised you can't recognize a little sarcasm when you read it.

> > =======

> > John, your sarcasm must have been too subtle for me.  It's not a very
> > humorous topic, and the whole issue concerns me a great deal.   We've
> > got otherwise reasonable people trying to foist off and legislate
> > their religious beliefs.   This is tearing the country apart, tearing
> > the republican party apart and giving middle of the road conservatives
> > no candidate to vote for, just like the last election.   Like I said,
> > it's a very serious issue.  Unfortunately this country has much more
> > important challenges ahead and hey are being neglected while religious
> > zealots try to run roughshod over the constitution.

> It's called freedom of speech... If you really are concerned with the
> Constitution, you should be watching Obama very closely as he works his
> way around CT rooting for more useless politically driven gun laws...

It's "freedom of speech" when the right wants to legislate their
religious beliefs?????
 
 
 

The morning after...for all girls.

Post by iBoatere » Wed, 10 Apr 2013 22:26:43


says...

Quote:




> >> I've no idea where you drug up my intentions with regards to 11 and 12 year old girls, and I'm
> >> surprised you can't recognize a little sarcasm when you read it.

> > =======

> > John, your sarcasm must have been too subtle for me.  It's not a very
> > humorous topic, and the whole issue concerns me a great deal.   We've
> > got otherwise reasonable people trying to foist off and legislate
> > their religious beliefs.   This is tearing the country apart, tearing
> > the republican party apart and giving middle of the road conservatives
> > no candidate to vote for, just like the last election.   Like I said,
> > it's a very serious issue.  Unfortunately this country has much more
> > important challenges ahead and hey are being neglected while religious
> > zealots try to run roughshod over the constitution.

> It's called freedom of speech... If you really are concerned with the
> Constitution, you should be watching Obama very closely as he works his
> way around CT rooting for more useless politically driven gun laws...

And what part of the Constitution does this violate?

 
 
 

The morning after...for all girls.

Post by Urin Asshol » Thu, 11 Apr 2013 02:10:01

Quote:


>says...




>> >> I've no idea where you drug up my intentions with regards to 11 and 12 year old girls, and I'm
>> >> surprised you can't recognize a little sarcasm when you read it.

>> > =======

>> > John, your sarcasm must have been too subtle for me.  It's not a very
>> > humorous topic, and the whole issue concerns me a great deal.   We've
>> > got otherwise reasonable people trying to foist off and legislate
>> > their religious beliefs.   This is tearing the country apart, tearing
>> > the republican party apart and giving middle of the road conservatives
>> > no candidate to vote for, just like the last election.   Like I said,
>> > it's a very serious issue.  Unfortunately this country has much more
>> > important challenges ahead and hey are being neglected while religious
>> > zealots try to run roughshod over the constitution.

>> It's called freedom of speech... If you really are concerned with the
>> Constitution, you should be watching Obama very closely as he works his
>> way around CT rooting for more useless politically driven gun laws...

>And what part of the Constitution does this violate?

It's the part that justhate made up to suit his paranoid discussion
point.

 
 
 

The morning after...for all girls.

Post by Urin Asshol » Thu, 11 Apr 2013 02:10:39



Quote:



>>>I've no idea where you drug up my intentions with regards to 11 and 12 year old girls, and I'm
>>>surprised you can't recognize a little sarcasm when you read it.

>>=======

>>John, your sarcasm must have been too subtle for me.  It's not a very
>>humorous topic, and the whole issue concerns me a great deal.   We've
>>got otherwise reasonable people trying to foist off and legislate
>>their religious beliefs.   This is tearing the country apart, tearing
>>the republican party apart and giving middle of the road conservatives
>>no candidate to vote for, just like the last election.   Like I said,
>>it's a very serious issue.  Unfortunately this country has much more
>>important challenges ahead and hey are being neglected while religious
>>zealots try to run roughshod over the constitution.

>I think it should have been obvious that the pill wasn't going to make *all* the *** and***
>pregnancies go away. Perhaps it's such a big issue with you that you jump a bit quickly.

>However, the pill, if its use is taught to young girls, should be a big help in those cases. If I'm
>a 13 year old who's just been***d by whomever, I may not want to tell anyone, but I may have fewer
>qualms about buying and taking an OTC morning after pill. That would be a lot easier than an
>***, and probably have fewer psychological after-effects also.

>No joke!

>Salmonbait

You ARE a 13 year old girl.