+1,308I went to a restaurant the other day and I noticed that my waitress had a black eye. I made sure I spoke loud and clear when ordering my food because she obviously had trouble listening, amirite?
+549Don't you think it slightly ironic that BT (British Telecom) use British actors with nice clear English accents on their adverts? The last time I phoned BT, I ended up ordering a chicken tikka masala! amirite?
+29Let me be clear, being gay is NOT a choice. Why the heck would someone CHOOSE for a life full of hardship and discrimination? amirite?
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+6Clear as mud: the Father and the Son are one-in-the-same, totally inseparable. The Father can have his Son tortured, and killed, for whatever unfathomable reasons, and that is glorious, wonderful and a sign of abiding love. The Father has his fully grown Son put to death, and everyone sings Hosanna. BUT, a woman and her embedded embryo are two separate entities never to be confused or considered one under any circumstances. A woman who chooses abortion is an abomination in the eyes of the Abrahamic God of filicide. Oh boy, what next?
-212If a girl gets pregnant and the father explicitly makes it clear to her during her pregnancy that he wants her to get an abortion or give it up for adoption, but she refuses and keeps the baby, he should not be legally obligated to pay child support, (and vice versa if the father wants to keep the baby but the mother does not) amirite?
+172There WAS a clear distinction between right and wrong. It was black and white. Popular culture, over the years, has constantly blurred that line, throwing in 'who cares?' grenades and popping off, 'its not hurting anyone' bullets until the line has become a disgusting puddle of gray with the black and white edges slowly drowning. amirite?
+6More on the 2nd. It is very clear ...the right of 'the people' to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. Stop trying to regulate the people (it won't happen, and its doubtful it would help anyway). However there is no constitutional guarantee regarding the rights of manufacture! The only hope of legislative success is in regulating the manufacture of arms. Step one: allow victims to sue the manufacture. A punch in the pocketbook always gets results.