Good morning all,
Georgians move towards high-tech security. York girls looking for three in a row.
Abortion seems to be the big topic today. In my opinion, abortion is murder – period. The argument about life not being sustainable until a certain number of weeks is bs. If you were dropped off in the middle of the Sahara, naked and with no food or water, your life would not be viable either – does that mean you can be ‘terminated’. I don’t believe your right to choose extends to your baby. It’s also noticeable that no-one ever interviews a woman who has had an abortion 10 or 20 years on, only those who have just had one. It’s one thing to be relieved at a ‘problem solved’ now, but what about the regret later? A dear friend of mine got pregnant just after school and they contemplated abortion. Their daughter is now in her late twenties – talk to her about it now and she shudders at the thought.
How can JZ be broke? Or is this just a scam to get the taxpayer to pay for his defense? DA supporters – with good cause – or not happy with the party right now. I see elements of over-reaching control creeping in there. Supra goes – good riddance to another of the Zuptoids.
It’s open season at the municipalities – irregular spending up something like 78%. One last hurrah at the taxpayer’s expense before the vault is empty?
Oh AB – couldn’t you have hung on until the next World Cup. Pick and choose as you like – you’ve earned that right – but just play – please.
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