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Old Jul 20th 2005, 12:48 am
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Old Jul 20th 2005, 12:55 am
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Secondhand car dealer mate....

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And spends his weekends in the Oregon woods...

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Old Jul 20th 2005, 1:01 am
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Secondhand car dealer mate....

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*LOL* Amazing what these judges can get up to when no one is looking.
 
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*LOL* Amazing what these judges can get up to when no one is looking.
And spends some time singing with his mate Tony

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While practising Artistic Synergy....whatever the F**k that is?...
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And he's a spritualist, so in touch with God or Ronnie Reagan, which GW is going to love......

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And he's a dentist as well! So he can fix your teeth, sing you a song and try to sell you a car, while hearing your case.....he's multitalented for sure

http://www.integratedhealthpractice.com/
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A conservative who thinks that there is no justification for Roe v Wade in the constitution. The good news is, who am I kidding - if you havent applied for citizenship to Canada by now you will be very far down on the list
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Old Jul 20th 2005, 3:44 am
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No doubt the Democrats will throw their toys out of the pram and use the filibuster, once it goes to the Senate. I can hardly wait for this circus to begin!
 
Old Jul 20th 2005, 5:34 am
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No doubt the Democrats will throw their toys out of the pram and use the filibuster, once it goes to the Senate. I can hardly wait for this circus to begin!
It's fine. Public opinion is firmly behind Roe v. Wade. Overturn it, ban abortion, and watch the neocons ousted at the next election. No problem whatsoever with me.

If you could please keep talking about privatizing social security loudly, too, that might also help hasten the demise.
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Anyone taking bets on when a position will actually be FILLED?

I vote December ...... 2007.
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You mean Roe v Wade was not a tennis match ?
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Originally Posted by fatbrit
It's fine. Public opinion is firmly behind Roe v. Wade. Overturn it, ban abortion, and watch the neocons ousted at the next election. No problem whatsoever with me.
Personally I don't think the republicans have any serious intention of doing away with Roe v Wade - it's far too useful to them as a rallying point/distraction issue for the religious right: Same with gay marriage - if the republicans ever completely did away with/banned either of them they would then have to campaign on real issues like the economy, education, environment, "war on terror" and so on, and their patchy record on these increasingly exposes them to electoral defeat.
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Old Jul 20th 2005, 2:52 pm
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Personally I don't think the republicans have any serious intention of doing away with Roe v Wade - it's far too useful to them as a rallying point/distraction issue for the religious right: Same with gay marriage - if the republicans ever completely did away with/banned either of them they would then have to campaign on real issues like the economy, education, environment, "war on terror" and so on, and their patchy record on these increasingly exposes them to electoral defeat.

Errr, the Republicans actually won the election by campaigning on real issues. That's the part that the Loopy Left find hardest to swallow. In fact if the Republicans didn't campaign as hard on gay marriage and abortion, they would have got more votes from the liberal states, and steamrollered that clown Kerry even harder. Bush won, get over it.
 

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