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02-16-2019
02:18 PM - Mudge quoted catman in post Thoughts going into the season?
As I said, you don't win a ...
11:59 AM - brett05 quoted Mudge in post Gun Control/School Safety Thread
Like you say, we should in...
11:47 AM - Mudge quoted astrosfanatic in post Manny Machado/Bryce Harper MegaThread
I dont think teams are unwilling t...
11:38 AM - Mudge quoted brett05 in post Religious Freedom Act
So Pharmacists still can ref...
11:22 AM - Mudge quoted brett05 in post Gun Control/School Safety Thread
Let's be serious. :) L...
11:16 AM - brett05 quoted Mudge in post Religious Freedom Act
Not that I know of. http:...
11:11 AM - Mudge quoted brett05 in post Religious Freedom Act
Has that ever been put to th...
11:05 AM - brett05 quoted Mudge in post Religious Freedom Act
Only in certain states. ...
10:56 AM - brett05 quoted Mudge in post Gun Control/School Safety Thread
Appropos of a literal read...
10:44 AM - Mudge quoted brett05 in post Religious Freedom Act
Pharmasists [sic] may refuse...
02-15-2019
09:53 AM - semperty quoted Mudge in post 2020 Presidential Candidates
I am old enough to remembe...
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Pat Buchanan in 1992 chall...
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Little wonder why I just c...
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I do hope more Republicans...
02-14-2019
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I leave the site for a few...
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Mudge replied to the thread Thoughts going into the season?.
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Originally Posted by catman View Post
As I said, you don't win a platinum glove for being a slouch defensively. Buxton is far and away the best defensive outfielder in the game.
Far and away better than Kiermeier, Cain, or even Bradley, Jr.? "

Today, 02:18 PM

Mudge replied to the thread Manny Machado/Bryce Harper MegaThread.
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Originally Posted by astrosfanatic View Post
I dont think teams are unwilling to pay them big bucks, i think it's more the length of their desired deals that keeps them on the open market. Keuchel wants 6-7 years, Harper wants 10, and i think Machado does as well. History of the back end on those deals is not kind to the clubs. So the fact that they arent signed yet speaks more to that risk than their actual value.
Spot-on. "

Today, 11:47 AM

Mudge replied to the thread Ranking the best: OTH #5.
" Fun while it lasted, but count me out at this point. "

Today, 11:43 AM

Mudge replied to the thread Religious Freedom Act.
"
Quote:
Originally Posted by brett05 View Post
So Pharmacists still can refuse, but in some states, someone else at the outlet services the customer if I am recalling it correctly.
Yes, in many states, the outlet is legally bound to provide the service requested, so the religious position of an individual pharmacist is essentially irrelevant in those cases. "

Today, 11:38 AM

Mudge replied to the thread Gun Control/School Safety Thread.
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Originally Posted by brett05 View Post
Let's be serious.

Like you say, we should inject humor from time to time (as long as the bulk of the discussion is relevant).

Given that the founding fathers were for the most part notoriously bad spellers (they were!), I actually wonder if the writer of the second amendment didn’t mix things up and mean that we have the right to “bare arms” — that is, to wear tee-shirts, and such.

On topic. Rights — even those enumerated in the Bill of Rights — are not, by either definition, by precedence, or by necessity, without potential restrictions or costs. "

Today, 11:22 AM

Mudge replied to the thread Religious Freedom Act.
"
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Originally Posted by brett05 View Post
Has that ever been put to the SC?
Not that I know of.

http://www.ncsl.org/research/health/...formation.aspx "

Today, 11:11 AM

Mudge replied to the thread Religious Freedom Act.
"
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Originally Posted by brett05 View Post
Pharmasists [sic] may refuse to distribute the Day After pill.
Only in certain states. "

Today, 10:44 AM

Mudge replied to the thread What are the flaws in YOUR political ideology?.
" In terms of flaws in ideology (over and against specific initiatives) I’d have to say that my progressive social views — including concerns about the enivronment — seem inherently to come into conflict with my general fiscal conservatism.

I like to think of this ideology as the old time New England Republican position often attributed to the likes of former Senators like George Aiken (Vermont), Margaret Chase Smith (Maine), or Ed Brooke (Massachusetts).

But, then again, this ideology has no viable representation in the current political spectrum, at least on a national level (maybe precisely because it is so flawed). That said, I notice the William Weld (former Governor of Massachusetts) announced today that he is officially challenging Trump for the Republican nomination. "

Yesterday, 04:27 PM

Mudge replied to the thread Whats your greatest fear for this country in the next 5 years?.
" The ever-increasing use of the power of money to influence activity (such as, legislation, media, regulations, infrastructure) that directly or indirectly jeopardizes the common good. "

Yesterday, 04:11 PM

Mudge replied to the thread Gun Control/School Safety Thread.
" Appropos of a literal reading of the Second Amendment, I note that the government shall not infringe on the right to “bear arms.”

“To bear” means “to carry.” So, while you apparently have the right to carry arms, I see nowhere that you have a right to use them — that is, to discharge them.

Just sayin’. "

Yesterday, 03:58 PM


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