This could potentially divide the DEM vote and hand another four-year presidency to Trump.
If it was gone, it wasn't gone long.
No, it is not. I was just there.
That is just an assumption that you are making and though I do not discount the possibility that you may be right, you need more than just mere assumptions to claim it was fraud. Until hardcore documented evidence comes forth suggesting a rigged and compromised election in this case, we may have to accept that the people of Jacksonville chose poorly and foolishly.
According to that logic, then anyone who says anything negative about Trump is anti-American and a globalist, even if they call themselves a patriot or if anyone says anything bad about Franklin Graham or Ken Ham, they are anti-Christ, even if they call themselves a Christian.
[Does anyone see the absurdity to that kind of reasoning?]
We don't know if that was the case this time around.
Children are able to comprehend more than what they are given credit for. Not only do they have to understand that bad actions lead to negative consequences, but when they do something wrong, they must understand why they should not behave that way, why that behavior is inappropriate, and why what they are doing is wrong and the sooner meaningful action is taken against a child's bad behavior, the better.
Granted that the boy who forced himself upon his female classmate may not have understood that what he was doing was wrong but at the same time, the resistance that he faced from the girl should have sent a clear message to him that his advances were not wanted.
We are much too lenient with children and so overly concerned with damaging their "psyche" that when they do something wrong, no meaningful action is ever taken to discourage them from bad behavior in the future.
If need be, we should never be afraid to use the belt, paddle, or rod of correction to drive the desire to behave badly out of a child. If there is to be any chance of raising up a child to be a law-abiding, upright, and productive contributor of society, they must also be made to consider and fear the consequences of wrongdoing.
But one thing that I will grant you: What the posted item describes is not behavior that is considered normal for children but we also must consider is that man is born corrupt and immoral by nature (Rom. 5:12) and that man's natural inclinations will continue to be towards that which is evil and perverse.
He does not have to be taught to be evil: He does that by nature already, but from day one, he must be taught to do what is good and to avoid that which is evil and what can instill in him a desire to do that which is good and right and to avoid those things that are wicked and immoral apart from the awakening of a conscience and a transformative inward change that can only be, not by any act of man, but an act of God Himself who instills in every soul an understanding of what is right and wrong, good and evil and with that the capacity to choose between good and evil?
There should be consequences imposed on the boy that will make clear to him in no uncertain terms that what he did to this girl was wrong and inappropriate. If he does not learn that bad behavior leads to bad consequences while he is still young, what reason will he ever have to consider the consequences of his actions when he becomes an adult?
He tried to hit his intended targets. He was being shot at and had no choice but to return fire. Under such circumstances, you can only think about hitting your target which was what was on his mind. Nothing more, nothing less. Anything more under the circumstances that he was facing would be asking too much.
He DID identify his target: The men breaking into his car.
He was not intentionally endangering anyone. He was only trying to protect his property and in a situation like that, people can only react. They have no time to think about any potential ramifications.
The ones you call Qtards are right in this case:
Often times, the low level arrests is where it has to begin. It is not enough to just simply chop the head off the snake. You must also cut off the supply that causes it to grow back which comes from the bottom, not the top; not that snake heads actually grow back, but that is just metaphorically speaking.
When corruption is aggressively dealt with at the bottom, only then can we hope to minimize it at the top. If it is not aggressively dealt with at the bottom, then those wicked people who are removed at the top will only be replaced by wicked people holding positions below them.
For example, if you just simply remove the Biden creature from power, what that bring us any relief? No, because Kamala the Harlot, who is more evil than him, would simply take his place. They would both have to be removed from power and that same process would have to continue until one better than either one of them could be placed in power.
The evil at the top is always being fed by something at the bottom. Find out what is giving it is power and once you discover and identify its power supply, then that power supply must be cut off so that the evil is starved out and that takes time and patience.
I thought there was something not right about that image.
That is when the disillusionment with the radical leftist woke ideology begins.
You sure she's 81? Or is this an old issue being passed off as new? If that is current, then she is looking very good for her age.
And almost every Democrat is guilty in their participation in the crimes that happen there but you are right about one thing: We do need to double the energy the leftists are putting into this fight.
Well, that all depends on which Republicans you are referring to. You can be a Republican and a follower of Christ. You can be an Independent and a follower of Christ. You can even be a Libertarian and a follower of Christ.
But you cannot be both a Democrat and a follower of Christ: You have to choose.
If it surpasses the dollar in value, I will dump the dollar for the TX currency. There is nothing forbidding any state to create a reserve currency to be activated in the event that the presently used currency loses all value so there is really nothing the FED could legally do to stop them in the event of hyper-inflation. TX is actually thinking ahead and may very well save themselves from economic disaster by doing so.
Even if they create a viable currency, it probably will not be activated unless the value of the dollar is destroyed beyond recovery but one thing for certain, they have a vital component already in place in the event of secession.
If the proposed currencies appear promising to citizens nationwide, they just might trade in the USD for TX currency to avoid economic disaster.
Let us know what you come up with Texas!
Or until you read the news item and find the answer for yourself.
You might find your answer if you read the news item.
Apparently you haven't found the answer to your own question yet because you haven't bothered to read the news item.
It is not over yet. Let us wait and see what the TX Senate does, but regardless, I hope all of you down in TX are taking note of who needs to be primaried out and booted out of office next year.