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“However, whilst Balls is rightto highlight the second citizen nature Cameron gives to every relationship that is not marriage, the Family and Parenting Institute set up by Labour is behind the debate, and its head Dr Katherine Rake claimed today that there would be no such thing as a ‘typical family’ in 20 years.”
“Indeed the boy bears out my own feeling that such premature intellectual brilliance is a form of physiological ventriloquism where the child channels the voice of the man, a voice not yet his own, and expresses thoughts he has not yet earned the rightto.”
“John Yoo said it best ~ "The president has every rightto order torture and, as commander and chief, isimmune from prosecution.”
“She is not going to be held up as some virtue of womanhood, motherhood and rightto life when all along she was mother to her own brother and possible her own daughter was the victim of the same family problems.”
“Palin thinks she has the right to limit women's right to privacy nationally that makes this issue fair game, since she is being portrayed as someone who 'walks the walk' by the rightto lifer's.”
“It is about her not being some moral standard of walking the walk of her rightto life beliefs.”
“Personally, I am quite peeved about all these rightto lifers, saying 'mistakes happen' when asked about Bristol ... but when Obama said he did not want his daughters to bear the burden, they all screamed ... about a baby not being a burden!”
“Constitution does not guarantee the rightto life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
“But is the point of your magic power to ensure that every President can appoint ideologically-compatible judges or that only your party gets the rightto?”
“Does someone have the rightto believe and to proclaim his belief in a Z word plot, yes, emphatically he does.”
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