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I am not sure about "Despite what the public has been led to believe" because no one in theor right mind would believe to the contrary - This is without doubt the best way to help a child with school - get involved.
I fully acknowledge that some of my ignorant classmates used the f-word in theor protest, and yes, some took advantage of the walk-out and went home.
That most - maybe all - anti-IDists are obtuse freaks who couldn't support their position if theor lives depended on it.
Blast From the Past 2010
It is preposterous to treat people differently because of who they love or what they do in the privacy of theor own bedroom.
Indeed folks who would wiling right now swap the current council minimum wage package for theor own.
Purcell - pay for your own Labour leadership bid Alan Smart 2009
Sp sad that the same people have nothing in life except to sit at theor computer to write ill informed, hate filled comments about the President.
She has taken an intellectual and academic discussion of numerous points of view regarding health care philospohie and theor opposing views and turned it into some kind of an opinion piece by this brilliant doctor.
The DNC rules clearly state that both states would automatically have lose half theor delegates for the rule infraction.
Please heaven's sake ... people here vote for theor candidates for various reasons. .one being racism (sadly!!!).
When in fact, while sanctifying those symbols, the cultists who are subordinate theor own actions to those symbols and what they supposedly represent are acting in a way that is an affront to the real values that those symbols are supposed to represent — liberty, equality, justice, fairness, equity, respect and compassion.