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post #11 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-06-2008, 06:22 AM
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What a unique and thoughtful insight, Bill Mahr. Tell me, Bill, what is the difference in your mind between a person worhsipping a deity and a person worshipping the democrat party?
The democrat party is real...
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a person shouldn't be declared dead until theres absolutely nothing which can be done to save them. the article says that a heart can be revived after up to 5 minutes after stopping, if thats the case they're simply wasting one life for another by taking it out at 75 seconds. i don't care who the people are, life shouldn't be traded like this.

when i 'die' i want to donate my organs. when you die you don't have any use for the organs anymore. your soul won't need the organs, and if theres actually nothing after death you won't need them at all. i say give the organs to people who need them more so they can get a chance to live. but if having a donors card means the doctors will pull the plug at the quickest possible time, then i don't think i want one.

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a person shouldn't be declared dead until theres absolutely nothing which can be done to save them. the article says that a heart can be revived after up to 5 minutes after stopping, if thats the case they're simply wasting one life for another by taking it out at 75 seconds. i don't care who the people are, life shouldn't be traded like this.
But what if the person they are taking the organs from is too weak to keep going on their own. Is it fair for them to keep them going, needing the have their heart constantly restarted?
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But what if the person they are taking the organs from is too weak to keep going on their own. Is it fair for them to keep them going, needing the have their heart constantly restarted?
well if the person can't survive without a machine, or has to be revived constantly then i guess it'd be best to pull the plug. although, its a really hard decision to be made, and i deeply respect any doctor who has to do it, because i know i couldn't.

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The democrat party is real...
Are you certain of this? They tell us they are for democracy and the little guy, but are they? Are they who they say they are, XitUp? I think not.
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Are you certain of this? They tell us they are for democracy and the little guy, but are they? Are they who they say they are, XitUp? I think not.
Did I say they were honest? Did I say they are who they say they are?
I just said they are real. As in they are not make believe.
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Did I say they were honest? Did I say they are who they say they are?
I just said they are real. As in they are not make believe.
If they are not honest, if they are not who they say they are, then how can RushFan be sure who he worships? Are they not "make believing" they are for democracy while at the same time engaging in massive vote fraud? How can they claim to be for "the little guy" when they have just made "the little guy" responsible for every bad loan under the American sun? Are you sure that the Democrat party is real? What's in an empty name, XitUp? Nothing, or worse...
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I think you're missing my point...
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No I'm not. You are implying that he follows a democrat party as blindly as a religious person follows their invisible friend.
You then asked a silly question which I gave a reply to.
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