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I think he left to have another drink.

And don't call me he. You do conservatives a great disservice when you ASSume that shooting is a male only sport.
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And don't call me he. You do conservatives a great disservice when you ASSume that shooting is a male only sport.
Nothing to refute but to obfuscate with a generic phrase even the Bible uses to describe man.

What else do you have?
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And don't call me he. You do conservatives a great disservice when you ASSume that shooting is a male only sport.

I was gonna tell him but the phone rang!  :whistle:

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Nothing to refute but to obfuscate with a generic phrase even the Bible uses to describe man.

What else do you have?

Indeed. I read the Declaration in a similar fashion: "all men" literally means all humans, not just those capable of overpowering others.
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Indeed. I read the Declaration in a similar fashion: "all men" literally means all humans, not just those capable of overpowering others.
so what is the definition? 
Are you intending just to dance around what is the answer to the question?
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I was gonna tell him but the phone rang!  :whistle:

I hate when that happens, and now I just might have a glass of wine before bed. Hey, I've already been accused of drinking so I may as well fulfill that  :silly: :silly: :silly: Plus, I'm loving Diana: In Her Own Words on NatGeo right now. Not to thread highjack, but Charles is an ass!
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so what is the definition? 
Are you intending just to dance around what is the answer to the question?

The same as our Founders' including their sentiments about slavery that were struck out of the Declaration's draft.
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Geez, give it a rest, Isailed.
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The same as our Founders' including their sentiments about slavery that were struck out of the Declaration's draft.
Please be specific on what that is.

You mentioned being enslaved.


Does the word 'enslaved' appear in what you are referencing.  If it does, what does it mean?
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Geez, give it a rest, Isailed.
the guy made a statement about being 'enslaved'.

I want to know what he she thinks that means.
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But you've seen plenty of historical evidence that it is.  1,264,000 pieces of evidence.

Where in the Constitution can this be found?
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Please be specific on what that is.

You mentioned being enslaved.


Does the word 'enslaved' appear in what you are referencing.  If it does, what does it mean?

If you have no knowledge of the slavery portion of the Declaration's draft and why it was struck from the final doc I suggest you google (generic term, like you prefer) it. Otherwise, I'll not do your homework for you.
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If you have no knowledge of the slavery portion of the Declaration's draft and why it was struck from the final doc I suggest you google (generic term, like you prefer) it. Otherwise, I'll not do your homework for you.
So you admit you do not know what being 'enslaved'means.

I thought so.
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So you admit you do not know what being 'enslaved'means.

I thought so.

I'm not even searching for the JLaw, "Yeah, whatever," eye roll gif.
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So you admit you do not know what being 'enslaved'means.

I thought so.

I know what it means. I am going to bed. I have to get up early to feed the monster.

Good night all.

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I'm not even searching for the JLaw, "Yeah, whatever," eye roll gif.
then you have absolutely no basis to make the statement that you made in this thread as you cannot back up your definition.

http://www.gopbriefingroom.com/index.php/topic,276015.msg1420206.html#msg1420206
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I know what it means. I am going to bed. I have to get up early to feed the monster.

Good night all.
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then you have absolutely no basis to make the statement that you made in this thread as you cannot back up your definition.

http://www.gopbriefingroom.com/index.php/topic,276015.msg1420206.html#msg1420206

Screw it. I'll be a bit more specific.

I have no redress.


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then you have absolutely no basis to make the statement that you made in this thread as you cannot back up your definition.

http://www.gopbriefingroom.com/index.php/topic,276015.msg1420206.html#msg1420206

. . . posts the person who has yet to comment on the struck portion of the Declaration. Pouring wine, watching tv. Bye Felicia!
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. . . posts the person who has yet to comment on the struck portion of the Declaration. Pouring wine, watching tv. Bye Felicia!

With all due respect, do you realize that the Declaration of Independence is NOT a governing document?

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With all due respect, do you realize that the Declaration of Independence is NOT a governing document?

And where would we be without it? Supreme Court decisions have been made based on it as well as other non-governing docs.
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. . . posts the person who has yet to comment on the struck portion of the Declaration. Pouring wine, watching tv. Bye Felicia!
Do not comment if you cannot back it up.

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And where would we be without it? Supreme Court decisions have been made based on it as well as other non-governing docs.

Indeed! And the people who rendered those decisions should have been impeached for making them!


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