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Depriving a US citizen of the right to vote should be punished with loss

of voting rights for all of the perpetrators who caused the harm for at least a 5 year period.
If the person is not a citizen and they commit the offense, they should be deported.

Have to wonder how many people got divorced today in NC.....

I mean after Amendment 1, should they have defended marriage and all?

Choice bits...comments responding to log cabin republics claim that President Obama is Callous

"I finally get these guys. Their ability to delude themselves qualifies them to be Republican more than their sexual preference disqualifies them."

"A Log Cabin Republican is like a chicken who works on behalf of KFC."

"President who supports gay marriage = bad. Political party that opposes it = good. This sums up the psychopathy of the Log Cabin republicans."

"What a MORONIC statement. We're opposed to Obama because he didn't come out with this statement prior to NC, but we're happy with the Republicans who are totally opposed to the idea."

"Wait until these guys hear all the things their Republican pals have to say on the subject, when it comes to offensive and callous, they ain't seen nothing yet."


any idiot would have given the order

looks like some idiot didn't give the order even though they had the resources

"the Bush administration blew a critical opportunity to capture Bin Laden in 2001. Bin Laden was wounded and on the run, but top Bush national security officials rejected repeated pleas for reinforcements from commanders and intelligence officials fighting the terrorist leader in the caves of Tora Bora, despite the availability of resources...
. Instead, the U.S. command chose to rely on airstrikes and untrained Afghan militias. [...]
Even when his own commanders and senior intelligence officials in Afghanistan and Washington argued for dispatching more U.S. troops, [Commanding Gen. Tommy] Franks refused to deviate from the plan.
The report “removes any lingering doubts and makes it clear that Osama bin Laden was within our grasp at Tora Bora,” but that decisions made by Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, his deputies, and other top administration officials allowed Bin Laden to escape."

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