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    That's interesting, but what does it have to do...

    That's interesting, but what does it have to do with what I said?
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    Huh? If anything it seemed like Bernie Sanders...

    Huh? If anything it seemed like Bernie Sanders was bending over backwards to support Hillary even after it was public that the DNC screwed him over. What exactly are your examples of Bernie "doing...
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    I saw that part of the debate and didn't think...

    I saw that part of the debate and didn't think that the moderator was necessarily trying to be biased against Sanders with the ôSen. Warren, what did you think when Sen. Sanders told you a woman...
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    What was Trump's health scare?

    What was Trump's health scare?
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    This is a massive oversimplification to the point...

    This is a massive oversimplification to the point it's not really true. In the House, 61% of Democrats voted in favor of passing the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and 80% of Republicans voted for it. In...
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    If your argument is that the split is due to how...

    If your argument is that the split is due to how "literally" they take the Bible, with evolution being an example of such, that is not unreasonable--but rather than simply say that in response to...
  7. Where did Justin Martyr state this?

    Where did Justin Martyr state this?
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    What's the biggest Methodist group in the US...

    What's the biggest Methodist group in the US after the United Methodist Church? While I assume any of the churches that are breaking away will get together and form a new group, I figure at least...
  9. I don't think I participated in that topic. For...

    I don't think I participated in that topic. For the record, I would easily trade gun rights for a repeal of Roe v. Wade--but then again I'm fairly neutral on the issue of gun rights so that's not...
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    While I do think oxmixmudd can be a bit...

    While I do think oxmixmudd can be a bit overbearing in his Trump dislike--then again, others here go overboard with their Trump approval--to call him a clone of Jorge is going way too far.
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    And again, this would affect my actions in the...

    And again, this would affect my actions in the 2020 election... how, exactly? Let's suppose Trump is the guiltiest person ever and therefore anyone who votes in the House or Senate to acquit him is...
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    But why should it matter to me? My actions are...

    But why should it matter to me? My actions are going to be the same regardless of whether Trump is guilty or not, so why does it make a difference to me if he is or not?

    So I can go through the...
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    Well, actually, my "interesting" comment had...

    Well, actually, my "interesting" comment had nothing to do with the content of the article (which I barely skimmed through), but the fact National Review published it.

    I don't have much of an...
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    Deuteronomy 28:12 isn't an admonition about...

    Deuteronomy 28:12 isn't an admonition about countries going into debt. The context is that it's talking about how blessed Israel would be if it follows God's decrees. One of the blessings would be...
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    Ah, thanks. That's interesting.

    Ah, thanks. That's interesting.
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    What did National Review do?

    What did National Review do?
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    I mean, Margaret Sanger was actually against...

    I mean, Margaret Sanger was actually against abortion, and now look at her organization being at the forefront of abortion access. The intentions of a founder of an organization doesn't necessarily...
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    You may be interested in Brian Carroll...

    You may be interested in Brian Carroll.
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    I don't see how that qualifies as virtue...

    I don't see how that qualifies as virtue signaling at all.
  20. Saying Nixon wasn't removed by the Senate is...

    Saying Nixon wasn't removed by the Senate is technically correct but highly misleading in this context. He would have been, but chose to resign first.
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    Here is the top-rated definition for it from...

    Here is the top-rated definition for it from Urban Dictionary:

    "To take a conspicuous but essentially useless action ostensibly to support a good cause but actually to show off how much more moral...
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    I'm dubious it's particularly applicable to the...

    I'm dubious it's particularly applicable to the US.

    Of course no election can be boiled down to one issue, but it seems to me the primary reason the Conservative Party won so decisively is quite...
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    How? I see no way they are more inclined towards...

    How? I see no way they are more inclined towards being multiparty than a congress is.

    First, I should explain the definitions being used here. As I understand it, a "parliament" is a system where...
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    I think you're mixing up several things. What you...

    I think you're mixing up several things. What you propose--having a lot of parties allowing one entity to take the majority--has nothing to do with the parliamentary system. Parliamentary systems can...
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    If we do that, I think we'd have to reconfigure...

    If we do that, I think we'd have to reconfigure the powers of the president a good amount. Normally prime ministers actually have little in the way of "official" powers like the president does. Their...
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