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Please, Take Care Of Our Gifts From God

June 6, 2014

To the Readers’ Forum: Child abuse is one of the saddest and most tragic problems we face. From just a few weeks old to a young teenager, this huge problem must be dealt with a high priority....

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bluesman

Jun-11-14 1:58 PM

It's a heavily Republican district monkey. The general is as good as over.

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Monkeyboy

Jun-11-14 1:15 PM

teapartier

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Monkeyboy

Jun-11-14 1:11 PM

I guess we are just going to have to watch the race in Va., Bluesman. I doubt that the ********* will win the general election.

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bluesman

Jun-11-14 11:18 AM

monkey-Can the TP be dying and losing it's hold on the GOP, and still knock off the house majority leader? We all knew this question was coming.

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formerlylone

Jun-10-14 3:56 PM

available* before the typo and spelling idiot(the new BS) says something about spell check

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formerlylone

Jun-10-14 2:33 PM

Yes MB there are laws in place for those who abuse a child. As there are many mandated counselors avaible to them also. Problem is none of it works in most cases. They get out and the laws says no going near children yet they repeat the offense. The law and the counseling doesn't work. One sure fire way is the millstone around the neck as punishment.

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bluesman

Jun-10-14 1:44 PM

Do you know what "EED" means monkey? Or "Extreme Emotional Disturbance." It's what people blame who kill a child. It's just a term that was invented to let people off easy who tortured a child. There was a story in the news recently about a guy who got 30 days in one of those jails you love so much. He raped a 14 year old girl who ended up killing herself. Too many ways for a child abuser to stay out of jail, or get out early. If it was my daughter, and the choice was 30 days in jail, or torture, I'd choose torture.

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Monkeyboy

Jun-10-14 12:19 PM

Loner, there are laws in place with punishments attached for child abusers. The problem is not lack of punishment. Unlike yourself, I do not have torture fantasies and execution fantasies for everyone I dislike, not even for you.

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bluesman

Jun-10-14 12:15 PM

Pretty sad. If you ask them how they would stop global warming they would be all over it. Ask them what they would do with someone who tortures a child and silence.

How many is that lucky? Don't you have better things to do than to count comments on the PJ forums?

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bluesman

Jun-10-14 12:04 PM

I don't think you'll get an answer to your 9:18 question, lone. Asking someone what they would do with a child abuser is a bit of an inane question, don't you think?

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formerlylone

Jun-09-14 9:49 PM

While your at it whiney please tell us what you have contributed to this forum other then feeble attempts at lies and insults.

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formerlylone

Jun-09-14 9:18 PM

So whiney and monkey what would be your preferred treatment for a child abuser?

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Jhwinnyc

Jun-09-14 6:41 PM

Blues and Lone should go into the Snottynosepunk category--comments too inane to respond to!

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Monkeyboy

Jun-09-14 3:12 PM

Bluesman, you are so funny, trying to paint the left as the party of child abuse. I don't believe there is a person on the planet who would say they approve of child abuse. Even the abusers know that it is wrong. You really need to find some outside interests is you have nothing better to do than try to get everyone here to weigh in on child abuse, yea or nay?

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Monkeyboy

Jun-09-14 3:05 PM

Loner, you are making quite a leap in interpretation to equate "stumble" as child abuse but it still doesn't say torture so you have proven yourself wrong yet again.

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bluesman

Jun-09-14 2:12 PM

I guess that's 14 now. Wait, 15.

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bluesman

Jun-09-14 2:11 PM

I did at least state my opinion on the topic at hand, which is child abuse. I'm against it. I know you have a lot to do lucky, but maybe you could do the same. How do you feel about child abuse? Why the left will not say they oppose child abuse is beyond me.

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lucky

Jun-09-14 1:51 PM

24 comments and 13 are from the same person. Must be he has nothing else to do.

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formerlylone

Jun-08-14 5:02 PM

His being the new BS is quite fitting I believe.

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bluesman

Jun-08-14 4:30 PM

Maybe I'll get a gold watch.

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bluesman

Jun-08-14 4:28 PM

I guess monkey is the new blog supervisor, no one can quote from the bible anymore. I can't complain though, I had a good run.

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formerlylone

Jun-08-14 3:24 PM

MB asks WWJD. Jesus said "1He said to His disciples, "It is inevitable that stumbling blocks come, but woe to him through whom they come! 2"It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck and he were thrown into the sea, than that he would cause one of these little ones to stumble." "Matthew 18:6 "If anyone causes one of these little ones--those who believe in me--to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea." While not torture is does say death is better for the abuser of children. Do you agree with Jesus monkey?

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bluesman

Jun-08-14 2:27 PM

I think I might know where you're confused monkey. It's when I said "those jobs are goin' boys and they ain't comin' back, to your hometown." That was from the boss, not the bible.

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bluesman

Jun-08-14 2:15 PM

Got you again, monkey. When have I spouted a bible verse? I do mention God sometimes, but what bible verse did I bring up? I noticed you haven't weighed in on the important topic yet.

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formerlylone

Jun-08-14 2:11 PM

The left can't answer those hard questions blue because they have not been told what they stand for or what they are against. Have to wait for their leaders to tell them.

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