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Delhommey

Ladies and Gentlemen, the Tea Party

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She's just clueless. She really thought she had him nailed to the wall on a mistake and she fuged up.

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the irony is every single person who has ever attended a tea party has gone on record and said the same thing. amazing

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the irony is every single person who has ever attended a tea party has gone on record and said the same thing. amazing

"Hey, we're not the idiots here! It's the people we're voting for!"

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really?? where in the constitution is the sepeartion of church and state???

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Well then, allow me to go on record as saying that nowhere in the constitution or any ammendment does the phrase "seperation of church and state" appear. Now, it does say that congress shall not make any law about religion, either positively or negatively, but that's about it. Not really sure how one would seperate a right from the government established to protect rights, but hey, what do I know?

Damn Thomas Jefferson.

All that said, she really poo the bed on that one. Need a better grasp of your debate skills if you're going to go against 142 years of flawed interpretation.

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so now everybody is for the constitution again. hilarious

As long as its a "seperation of church and state", not a "freedom of religion".

I'm all for a seperation of speech and state. Congress just needs to shut the hell up.

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We've always been for the constitution. We've just never been so dumb as to think there was one simple silver bullet interpretation that the weak minded tend to fall for.

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Well then, allow me to go on record as saying that nowhere in the constitution or any ammendment does the phrase "seperation of church and state" appear. Now, it does say that congress shall not make any law about religion, either positively or negatively, but that's about it. Not really sure how one would seperate a right from the government established to protect rights, but hey, what do I know?

Damn Thomas Jefferson.

All that said, she really poo the bed on that one. Need a better grasp of your debate skills if you're going to go against 142 years of flawed interpretation.

I'm aware of what the 1st amendment says. I actually watched the video.

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I'm aware of what the 1st amendment says. I actually watched the video.

So did I. He says "seperation of church and state", she says "where is that?", he says "first amendment", she says "thats in the first amendment? where?", he says "congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion", she says "where is that", yadda yadda yadda.

Later in the debate, he can't name the five freedoms of the 1st amendment. So what your saying is that you know more about the first than Coons does. All I'm saying is you have a better comprehension of debate skills than O'Donnell.

Dude, you should move to Delaware and run for senate.

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