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If right winger supported Bush, while he borrowed a trillion a year from china,Japan and the Saudis?

Question by sam s: If right winger supported Bush, while he borrowed a trillion a year from china,Japan and the Saudis?
If right winger supported Bush, while he borrowed a trillion a year from china,Japan and the Saudis eight years to kill at best estaminets (300,000) innocent people.
Maybe more if you consider total years to come from his blunders.
Why do republicans object to spending 1 trillion in ten years to help their own people.

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Answer by memaw
The old If your for it I’m not-that & when it comes election time they can say look the dems have not done what they said they would!

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Am I on the right track to get in to Baylo?

Question by Sara: Am I on the right track to get in to Baylo?
I am a Freshmen in High school right now and I want to go to Baylor for my education, I’m involved in HOSA club and my GPA is 3.6 and I am taking world geography pre-Ap

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Answer by Denny
Let me suggest that you stop focusing exclusively on Baylor as the college you want to attend. There are nearly 4,000 degree-granting institutions in the U.S., so you have a wide choice.

By focusing exclusively on Baylor at this early stage, as your *dream* school, you’re shutting yourself out from what could possibly be amazing and wonderful opportunities to apply and go to other schools that will help you launch your professional career.

Besides, what happens to your *dream* when you apply to Baylor (something you won’t even seriously considering doing until your senior year of high school) and are rejected? Or find out that you can’t afford it?

Fall in love with lots of schools. By the time you begin your senior year of HS, you should have a solid list of 6-9 schools that you’ll be willing to pay approx. $ 50 to apply to. Two-three of those schools you can categorize as “match” schools, which as an applicant you fit perfectly–grades, test scores–and which has the major you want to pursue. Two-three of those schools might be “reach” schools, ones you don’t necessarily stand a good chance of being accepted to, but would be great choices if you were accepted. And two-three of those schools should be “safety” schools, ones where you have an absolute certain chance of being accepted to–based upon your grade and test scores–and that you can afford to attend *and* which are schools you’d be happy to attend.

Baylor might be one of those 6-9 schools you apply to.

Good luck.

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Q&A: Is Arizona Catholic Conference saying that America does not retain the right to enforce immigration laws?

Question by Maricopa County: Is Arizona Catholic Conference saying that America does not retain the right to enforce immigration laws?
Is Arizona Catholic Conference saying that America does not retain the right to enforce immigration laws and is the Arizona Catholic Conference saying their Church is the only voice who the country must listen to ? How does the Arizona Catholic Conference feel about muslims who have totally different viewpoint from them ? And where was the Arizona Catholic Conference when their bishops took advantage of young kids and covered it up, paid out billions of dollars without ever admitting any wrong ? Double standards on their part ? PHOENIX, Arizona, MARCH 8, 2010 (Zenit.org).- The Arizona bishops are calling on government authorities to defend the most vulnerable: the unborn, children, the elderly and immigrants.

They affirmed this in a statement released today by the Arizona Catholic Conference, in which they said that their “prayers are with all of our elected state representatives as they face very difficult decisions on a number of important issues.”

Among these issues, the bishops underlined the state’s economic needs, urging government officials to “always keep in mind the most vulnerable among us — the unborn, children, the elderly, and all who are struggling just to make ends meet.”

The statement, signed by Bishop Thomas Olmsted of Phoenix, Bishop Gerald Kicanas of Tucson, and Bishop James Wall of Gallup, New Mexico, expressed particular concern about certain governmental proposals regarding immigrants.

“In particular,” they stated, “it is our understanding that SB 1070 and HB 2632 are identical bills aimed at requiring greater enforcement of immigration laws by local police.”

The prelates expressed concern that these bills do not “clearly state that undocumented persons who become victims of crime can come forward without fear of deportation.”

“Anything that may deter crimes from being reported or prosecuted will only keep dangerous criminals on the streets, making our communities less safe,” they pointed out.

Family separation

The statement underlined another aspect of the bills, which would make Arizona “the first state in the nation to codify its own illegal immigration law by requiring persons who are here unlawfully in terms of federal law to be charged with trespassing” under state law.

“The bill itself does not limit enforcement to persons suspected of criminal activity,” it noted, “thus leaving the possibility of criminalizing the presence of even children and young persons brought into our country by their parents.”

The prelates asserted that these bills “could lead to separation of family members that would not take place under current federal law.”

“We believe it would be far better to withdraw these bills than to risk costly and unfairly punitive enforcement,” they stated.

The bishops acknowledged that the problems with the immigration systems are “complex,” and they expressed the hope that congress will enact “comprehensive immigration reform.”

“In the meantime,” they continued, “we are concerned that local legislation not create new problems for families or have a negative impact on public safety.”

http://www.catholic.net/index.php?option=zenit&id=28575
Wonder why they are not very concern with their own Churches having a negative impact on public safety because of their sex scandals and did the Church it’s self not come forward when they committed crimes and instead they just relocated their bishops without telling other Churches their bishops were involved in sex scandals ?

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Answer by Bush, better than Obama
Anyone, regardless of sex or age who supports illegals should be shot like a dog.

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Of course there won’t be any Death Panels. Right?

Question by Poke_the_Bear: Of course there won’t be any Death Panels. Right?
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1224776/Over-65-Why-doctors-think-giving-latest-cancer-drugs-just-waste.html

Alarming research is showing that elderly cancer patients are missing out on the breakthroughs in chemotherapy and surgery that have dramatically improved the outcome of younger patients.
In fact, up to 15,000 elderly people with cancer in the UK are dying prematurely every year when compared to the rest of Europe and the U.S., according to a report published by the North West Cancer Intelligence Service (NWCIS) which compiles cancer statistics. . . .
A major concern is that the NHS Cancer Plan, introduced in 2000 to improve cancer survival in the UK, has a cut-off point at 70. This results in hospitals having less interest in the elderly. “Yet half of all those diagnosed with cancer are over 70,” says Dr Tony Moran, NWCIS research director. “It’s an area that has been grossly neglected. . . .”
Not surprised there, Townshend, since you don’t feel the need to actually read.
Come on, Mister Ed, why respond with the hate? I thought you guys on the left were the party of love. I guess it is just the ones that agree with you that are treated better. So sad……

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Answer by Townshend is God (a liberal)
Yes, there won’t be any death panels, correct. The rest of the question you lost me.

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