Scandinavia and the World

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The roof is on fire, eh? 11 5, 9:24am

@Jacob Not the point. The Founding Fathers didn't want the federal government intervening in state matters because too great a centralization of powers can only end badly.
That depends very heavily upon how you define marriage.

Where someone derives their opinion has no affect on the validity of that opinion.

You name one nation that can honestly claim it's done better than us.
Each of those events happened because someone decided to ignore the Constitution for the sake of protecting people. Incidentally, you believe we ought to ignore the Constitution in order to protect people. In the words of the late Huey Long, "Fascism in America will advance under the banner of anti-fascism."

No, it's calling out you on the bullshit that war crimes make Trump uniquely despicable out of all the world's politicians.

That's exactly what democracy is and it's all democracy has ever been or ever will be. You say our Founding Fathers feared giving people power. You're not wrong. Well, we've given people power. Bravo.







America wearing England's shirt