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La leche league, or as one hillbilly in our neck of the woods called it, La Leech League!?!?!?!?!
Drink the milk then flag the spammer!
Gocomics must have found the spammer, cause I haven’t.
Who ever said Republicans hate babies? We tend to be huge fans of babies, especially the unborn ones. We just don’t believe in birthright citizenship and don’t believe that was anywhere near the intent of the 14th amendment.
A brief and sardonic argument to that effect is well summarized here:
Republicans - hot on the second amendment because it says exactly what it means, cold on the fourteenth because it obviously doesn’t mean what it says. Hot on the first amendment, but only when the government isn’t involved in the censorship. (Not a single protest when the government said that no one could show U.S. military caskets returning from Iraq, a tempest in a tea-pot whenever someone catches heck from the public for using the n-word…)
And yes, you do hate babies - you opposed s-chip on the grounds that providing medical care to poverty-level infants and children constitutes redistribution of wealth, which is more important than poverty-level children getting sick and dying because they don’t have access to health care.
B.S. - there’s not a single human being in this country that doesn’t have access to healthcare - just walk into any emergency room here in Southern California - Illegals have been using them for their primary care physicians for years.
Nobody in this country actually needs any social service. If social services didn’t exist (and taxes and budgets followed suit), people would find ways to meet their needs or there extended families would help. Maybe one less 48” flat screen in the house or maybe foregoing getting that sweet tattoo.
Now get off my lawn you stupid dirty hippie!
All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
Are visiting aliens, both legal & illegal, subject to the jurisdiction of the U.S., or their countries that they are citizens of? Think about it.
Does being a citizen of a foreign country make a person immune to arrest?
May 22, 2015