LOL. This is why no one in regular discussions asks other's political affiliations. You are too likely to encounter a "PARTY!? NO PARTY IS BIG ENOUGH FOR MY PAIN!" type and if you don't stuff a sock in his mouth immediately, he will tel you all about it.Scott W.
My husband is a Catholic who works in the ER as a doctor. Emergency contraception is part of rape protocol (completely included no questions asked). He will not sign off on them, ever. Is is really fair that he can't work in the ER just because he is a Catholic who believes it is morally wrong to kill a child. He spent an extra 7 years of his life to become one and this woman wants to take it away. God help us and help the state of Massachusetts. How about there be no religiously biased people allowed to be Attorney General or Senate candidate. Taht would be more fair.
I've been reading Glen Beck lately, and find myself inching somewhat closer to Mark Shea and the DQ3 option. I'll probably hold my nose and vote R, with "so much at stake", as always... but I'm definitely considering myself a conservative and not a Republican.
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