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  • Abortion for Me, And Not For Thee

    Member of the House Pro-Life Cockus heard from

    Anti-abortion congressman urged his mistress to have one, report says
    PITTSBURGH - An anti-abortion congressman asked a woman with whom he was having an extramarital affair to get an abortion when he thought she might be pregnant, a newspaper reported Tuesday.

    The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette said it obtained text messages between Republican U.S. Rep. Tim Murphy of Pennsylvania and Shannon Edwards. A Jan. 25 text message from Edwards said the congressman had “zero issue posting your pro-life stance all over the place when you had no issue asking me to abort our unborn child just last week when we thought that was one of the options,” according to the paper.

    A text message from Murphy’s number in response said the staff was responsible for his anti-abortion messages: “I’ve never written them. Staff does them. I read them and winced. I told staff don’t write any more.”

    Edwards, it turned out, wasn’t pregnant.

    Murphy’s spokeswoman had no comment on the report.

    The revelation came as the House on Tuesday approved Republican legislation that would make it a crime to perform an abortion after 20 weeks of fetal development. Murphy, a member of the House Pro-Life Caucus, is among its co-sponsors. He avoided the media in Washington after voting for the legislation, and efforts by reporters to talk to him were unsuccessful

  • Re: Vegas terror attack

    No, they dont. That's sort of the point

    what is the "they" and what is the "that," and what is "the point"?

    There is no definite subject or object in either of your sentences.

  • Re: Vegas terror attack

    What a difference easy access to firearms makes:

    Terrorist piece of shit uses a knife outside main station in Marseille - kills two girls and is shot dead by cops.

    And then there's Vegas.

    Damn right I'm politicizing this. After fucking Newtown I believe the onus is on people who advocate for the protection of their 2d Amendment rights to come up with a system that enables us to have firearms without tens and hundreds of innocents getting blasted every few months.

    We regulate other dangerous instrumentalities - alcohol, tobacco, cars to minimize the danger they pose to society at large.

    So, gun rights advocates - how do we make them reasonably safe?
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    yoar welcum
  • Re: Alright fellas! Here ya go!!

    There was a game back in the day idk if anyone of you were there as well but we were sitting in the stands during halftime i believe it was that a dog ran out onto the field with another dog behind it and both of them start doing the dirty. All is good right its just 2 dogs just having sex no big deal. Well half way through they stopped and switched... the whole stadium was silent and then broke out into a soft chuckle. It was hilarious.
    Make sense? DAWG SENSE!!!