Clueless and humorless were the top two answers when Family Feud asked “What word best describes Mike Lester?”
Ah, Jeez. Henry’s fear of strong, competent women is out of control again.
Would that you have lived life through. Repent r burn.
You voted for Trump to be your immoral leader.
You support torturing newborn children. You have no competence to take a moral or ethical position in anything. Repent or burn in hell.
“As all the other POTUS’s have done.” Another trumplicker who believes Geo. Washington went to airports.
“If the babies can be resuscitated, then they’re okay.” That’s as evil a lie as Fern has ever told. I’ve had to implement do-not-resuscitate orders for one of my parents and one of my siblings, because resuscitation would only inflict great pain while prolonging life for a brief period of severe suffering. That’s the decision those parents face. And Fern favors torturing children in service to the loveless deity it worships.
“Fern,” I hope that you die. And your death will come soon. I will follow your casket in the pale afternoon. And I’ll watch while you’re lowered down to your deathbed. And I’ll stand o’er your grave till I’m sure that you’re dead.
The ruling doesn’t cite biblical law. That’s the chief justice’s concurring opinion, which has no legal force, for all its disturbing language. The ruling itself isn’t bad at all — it says simply that someone who wrongfully destroys an embryo is subject to the same damages as someone who kills a child. Not ideal, but fairer than saying they should only be liable for the market value of an embryo, which is effectively zero since living human embryos can’t be bought and sold. It’s the implications from other language in the opinions which are very troubling.
Hunter Biden held public office under both Clinton and Bush, and was unanimously confirmed by the Senate after being nominated by Bush to the Amtrak board. The Trumpublican narrative that he was a neophyte paid only to funnel money to his father is simply a lie.