What's your point? They're private like the dem said JUST LIKE A CHARTER SCHOOL is private. Are you stupid?
This is no different than what they do with charter schools you dumb cl0wn and the democrat is wrong because it IS the same as charter schools.
Notre Dame looks good TA. I have them winning in my actual bracket but picked the Shockers based on the match-up and how they were playing. I would love to see ND take down Kentucky.
I don't memorize and keep a log of posts like you. It was a thread that proved that the theory of evolution and natural selection breaks down if there is truly a ghey gene as it would've been bred out of existence.
I'm just going to stick with my original final four and not be a sell out since they're all alive.
Kentucky over Arizona
Duke over Oklahoma
UK over Duke.
You are a nut and did you not read my other post? Start a Sweet Sixteen thread.
You're insane. I'm sure you can speak from experience though since we all know how little the jobs you've worked pay.
You are very narrow minded but that doesn't surprise me for someone who believes in the "scientific method" and then proclaims the debate of climate change to be over.
California is a desert warmie. Like Czarina said, if the hypocrites in your religion really thought this was true, they would not be watering their lush green lawns every night. Grow up you ignorant cl0wn.
You left wing nut jobs should just give up already...
A senior House Democrat has once again issued an apocalyptic warning that climate change will hit women harder than men, and that it could drive millions of poor women to engage in “transactional sex” in order to provide food and water for their families.
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) proposed a resolution on Wednesday that said as the climate changes, it will cause food and water scarcity around the world. That will create pressures on poor women in particular, since they are often charged with growing food and collecting water for their families…
“[F]ood insecure women with limited socioeconomic resources may be vulnerable to situations such as sex work, transactional sex, and early marriage that put them at risk for HIV, STIs, unplanned pregnancy, and poor reproductive health,” it read.
I already addressed that warmie. Be honest though, if he wasn't outspoken about God and religion or if he was even an atheist, what would you think of him?
He did indeed use the word imagine a lot but why wouldn't he? It creates a psychological anchor that will most likely benefit him as most people DO imagine things better than what they are. That's to say nothing of the last 7+ miserable years and presently bleak outlook that most Americans currently endure.
Does it bother you that your religion has spent tens, if not hundreds of billions of dollars to try and convince the public via scare tactics, lies, manipulation and even a few actual studies only to move the needle of "true believers" backwards?
Gallup polled the number of Americans worried about the following problems: drinking water; lakes and rivers; air; rain forests; and climate change and every category is down significantly from 30 years ago. The hoax is a joke and America knows it.
From this one speech, I can tell that he loves America more than Barry has or ever did. He is clearly a student of US history and understands what made this country great in the past. I appreciate that he is as principled as he is and that he's a man of faith even though that may turn some off.
While he clearly had a few jitters at the start, he also spoke from his heart and didn't need a teleprompter to get his point across like Barry does. I don't know if he'll win but I'm glad he's representing this country as a senator and wish him the best in his election bid.
He is just reiterating what myself and others have said for months. The prevailing wisdom is wrong (just like the flat Earthers), which is why I have called you a flat Earther. You believe something with zero evidence that it exists.