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Domina Nostra Nova Terra wrote:Hey guys just wanted to say hi and i am glad to see such a large pro life group on NationStates of all places!

Always makes my day when I hear stories of people supporting the right to live.

The Rouge Christmas State wrote:United Massachusetts, I usually support your resolutions but this is a bit much for me.

That is definitely way too far, especially on the non-binary issue.

Slavic lechia

My discord server was just raided by trolls and I kicked someone who just joined without getting to know him at all

Slavic lechia

because of the raid of course

The Rouge Christmas State wrote:United Massachusetts, I usually support your resolutions but this is a bit much for me.

We won't always agree on everything.

The Eireann WA Delegation wrote:That is definitely way too far, especially on the non-binary issue.

I dissent, but am on mobile right now, so I do not have time to respond in full.

Considering the strong opposition from regionmates, I will abstain ffrom voting

Hard oppose for me as well. And while I'm opposing stuff, I might mention the absurdity of calling capital punishment "judicial murder" in that other proposal of yours- a sensationalist term which makes about as much sense as "abortion care". By definition, murder is unlawful killing. If due process has been followed, capital punishment is not unlawful and thus cannot be murder. This is, in fact, the crucial definition between murder and execution- one is extrajudicial and the other is not.

Phydios wrote:Hard oppose for me as well. And while I'm opposing stuff, I might mention the absurdity of calling capital punishment "judicial murder" in that other proposal of yours- a sensationalist term which makes about as much sense as "abortion care". By definition, murder is unlawful killing. If due process has been followed, capital punishment is not unlawful and thus cannot be murder. This is, in fact, the crucial definition between murder and execution- one is extrajudicial and the other is not.

Judicial muder is a legitimate term used to describe capital punishment by some of its opponents. Either way, I was not planning on keeping it. I tend to start with hyperdramatic language and see how far I can get before people yell at me. :P

Post by Vojermart suppressed by United Massachusetts.

Vojermart

I D O N ' T C A R E A B O U T H O W M U C H Y O U R F E E L I N G S M A K E Y O U W A N T T O M A K E
S T U F F I L L E G A L F O R S T U P I D R E A S O N S .

Vojermart wrote:I D O N ' T C A R E A B O U T H O W M U C H Y O U R F E E L I N G S M A K E Y O U W A N T T O M A K E
S T U F F I L L E G A L F O R S T U P I D R E A S O N S .

C A N Y O U T Y P E C O H E R E N T L Y P L E A S E ?

United Massachusetts wrote:C A N Y O U T Y P E C O H E R E N T L Y P L E A S E ?

You would think it would honestly be harder to go all caps and spaced like that. I guess they just wanted to be obnoxious.

The Rouge Christmas State wrote:You would think it would honestly be harder to go all caps and spaced like that. I guess they just wanted to be obnoxious.

Congrats on your election by the way, you seem to be a shoo-in.

The Catholic State of Eire wrote:Congrats on your election by the way, you seem to be a shoo-in.

A bit more support than I expected. Thanks though, I look forward to working with our closest allies here during my term.

I'm sorry I haven't been active. I had to come back and share this with you guys.
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/14/us/politics/trump-twitter-squad-congress.html
Please tell me there's no one here who still thinks Trump is a man of integrity.

Also, what were people's reaction to the recent abortion laws in Georgia and other states?

New poll in Zentari. Come and vote! This one is bound to get everyone's attention for this particularly region.

page=poll/p=144933

Culture of Life, The New United States, United Massachusetts, Biliteder, and 2 othersGreek-macedonian empire, and Catholic kingdom of france

New Dolgaria wrote:I'm sorry I haven't been active. I had to come back and share this with you guys.
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/14/us/politics/trump-twitter-squad-congress.html
Please tell me there's no one here who still thinks Trump is a man of integrity.

Also, what were people's reaction to the recent abortion laws in Georgia and other states?

hugs

New Dolgaria wrote:I'm sorry I haven't been active. I had to come back and share this with you guys.
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/14/us/politics/trump-twitter-squad-congress.html
Please tell me there's no one here who still thinks Trump is a man of integrity.

Also, what were people's reaction to the recent abortion laws in Georgia and other states?

Link doesn’t work. (Edit: Never mind)

Depends on your definition of integrity.

New Dolgaria wrote:I'm sorry I haven't been active. I had to come back and share this with you guys.
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/14/us/politics/trump-twitter-squad-congress.html
Please tell me there's no one here who still thinks Trump is a man of integrity.

I couldn't in good conscience vote for him in 2016, and I can't in 2020 either. Not with this kind of behavior. I've heard he's a very polite and well-spoken man in private, so this may just be a persona that he thinks is necessary to maintain support, but I still can't support it. Doesn't mean that he hasn't done good things though.

I'm telling you now people, the American Solidarity Party is the way to go.

Thesis defended! ('Twas quite easy actually).

The Gallant Old Republic wrote:Thesis defended! ('Twas quite easy actually).

What was it on!?

Um...how Christian theology shaped the revised law books composed by King Magnus the Lawmender of Norway in 1261-1281. Real zinger. (actually I wrote is very accessibly, even if it may not sound like it from the topic).

New Dolgaria wrote:I'm sorry I haven't been active. I had to come back and share this with you guys.
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/14/us/politics/trump-twitter-squad-congress.html

It was a pretty tasteless comment and poorly thought out (a general characteristic of twitter), though it technically left the question open of whom he was referring to.

On a different but related note I find it rather absurd that people think the supposed 4 representatives are representative of the future of the Democrats/America: they were all elected in some of the most lop-sided districts in the country, with no serious challengers.

The Gallant Old Republic wrote:Um...how Christian theology shaped the revised law books composed by King Magnus the Lawmender of Norway in 1261-1281. Real zinger. (actually I wrote is very accessibly, even if it may not sound like it from the topic).

Is it published? Me and my best friend are very interested.

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