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Skep do you have any alternative explanation on the incident other than "fishy"?

When Clinton said, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman," do you still believe he was telling the truth?

If a government member will lie about something as small as sleeping with someone, what other lies are they capable of?
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I suggest you look up a "flight simulator", skeptic, as a way to explain how the terrorists learned how to pilot those planes.

But that doesn't make you an expert. Do you know the precision it takes to fly a plane that low and straight into a building?
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Didn't the terrorists enter the US to attend flight school??

Not sure where I heard that or if it's true??
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I suggest you look up a "flight simulator", skeptic, as a way to explain how the terrorists learned how to pilot those planes.
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Skep do you have any alternative explanation on the incident other than "fishy"?
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Chatter / Re: Scumbag Republican response to Zika.
« Last post by mrbiscoop on Yesterday at 10:54:07 PM »
John Cornyn is a bald-faced liar. 
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There's no evidence (yet) that he was a homosexual. Stop stating things as factual when no else is (that matters, on the subject). Heterosexuals go to gay bars. Granted the normal heterosexual more than likely isn't scoping the place out to commit a crime but they frequent gay bars just as any other bar. He may have been a repressed homosexual but no actual evidence states he was (yet).

-Nam

Seriously, we are dealing with a Skep level of accuracy. He says that 911 was done by the elites in the government, and all the Islamic attacks are just false flag inventions. In fact, there are no Islamic attacks at all. Yet, he wants Islam vilified.

I don't know what to think anymore about the 9-11. It is certainly one of the most fishiest days in American history. Right off the bat people were skeptical of it. Those planes were expertly piloted and experts say the pilots didn't know jack squat about piloting.

Did Bin Laden have practice Boeing jets in the Middle East?
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Chatter / Re: Scumbag Republican response to Zika.
« Last post by wright on Yesterday at 10:49:06 PM »
This is probably a stupid question but, what does Planed Parenthood have to do with funding for Zika research?

Polite requests for clarification aren't stupid.

From the linked article:
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Then, last week, the House approved $1.1 billion in Zika funding, but with restrictions that Senate Democrats found deeply objectionable. Under the bill, only public health departments and Medicaid-run clinics would receive Zika funds to provide contraception and maternal care. Private health centers, including Planned Parenthood, would be ineligible.

It's not research but contraception and providing care for parents / infants who have been affected by Zika. The restrictions Republicans put on the funding seem rather suspicious, given that they so impact Planned Parenthood, a frequent target by Republican politicians. As nogods said on another thread, an indirect way of denying contraception / abortion services, while keeping those services ostensibly legal.
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Chatter / Re: Scumbag Republican response to Zika.
« Last post by Mr. Blackwell on Yesterday at 10:22:53 PM »
This is probably a stupid question but, what does Planed Parenthood have to do with funding for Zika research?
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Chatter / Re: Scumbag Republican response to Zika.
« Last post by wright on Yesterday at 10:10:39 PM »
From the link:
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On Tuesday, Senator John Cornyn of Texas denied that the House had intended to prevent Zika money from going to Planned Parenthood, which Republicans have sought to undermine for years. He challenged anyone to find the words Planned Parenthood in the explanatory text that accompanied the House bill. The words do not, in fact, appear, but the intent of the restrictions is perfectly clear, and also reckless. So far this year, four babies have been born with Zika-related defects in the United States. That number could grow sharply in the coming months.

Ignorant, stupid, hateful partisan thinking. Planned Parenthood sometimes performs abortions and offers birth control, so anything Planned Parenthood might spend money on must be opposed.

At the very least, those funds could ameliorate the impact of Zika, perhaps even help stop it before it does more harm. Yet Cornyn and his ilk would rather play smug word games than allow even cautiously preventive measures.
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