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Dancing is a universal language.
We arrived in Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital, on Saturday, and after a short tour of the city’s old town, I stood with Pre…
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So is Love !??!!!
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You may be asking “is there any good news these days?” → Yes, there is.
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Amen! Cash case, God bless you. Continue the good fight & remember the battled is the Lords. 
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The VA’s problem isn’t funding — it’s outright failure. Absolute failure to take care of our veterans. And only the president can change the culture at the VA. http://j.mp/1NkmJy1
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+Marc Calvert So all are lying about the attacks on all the countries from ISIS at weekend. 
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Heading to Charleston right now to pay respects to the families and the community. As I do, keeping in my prayers the family and comrades of Cincinnati Police Officer Sonny Kim, who was killed last week in the line of duty. For 27 years, Officer Kim served with honor and integrity. Today, we mourn terrible loss but take comfort in the compassion Americans extend to one another in times of trial.
“This is my commandment, that you love one another, as I have loved you.” –John 15:12
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Boehner you have some nerve going to that service after you and the republican party has treated our president. Yes I'm going to say it all of guys have done from day we will make him a one term president, Obamacare take it down do nothing but cloe the government, is for one reason the color of his skin!!!
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It’s National Handshake Day – another reminder that it doesn’t cost anything to be nice. → https://instagram.com/p/4XcCuhAawM/
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+Mark Clark Apparently you didn't see Dingy Harry after his New Year's "accident".
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#ObamaCare  is fundamentally broken, increasing health care costs for millions of Americans.  Today’s ruling doesn’t change that fact.  Republicans will continue to listen to American families and work to protect them from the consequences of ObamaCare.  And we will continue our efforts to repeal the law and replace it with patient-centered solutions that meet the needs of seniors, small business owners, and middle-class families.
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Repeal Obamacare and Obamatrade you worthless traitors!!! All you are doing is breaking the backs of working people trying to do for themselves! Enjoy your exemptions you worthless jerks!!!!!! Whoever repeals Obamacare and can stop Obamatrade will by my hero. I know it won't be you or any of the spineless conservatives we have in office now. My only hope is in 2016 if we get a Ted Cruz/Donald Trump ticket. Now those are some men who are not afraid to speak the truth or do what is right for America and American Citizens. It sure as hell isn't you buffoons who voted for Obamacare and Obamatrade.
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The Obama administration is handing the Castros a lifetime dream of legitimacy without getting a thing for the Cuban people being oppressed by this brutal communist dictatorship.  As I’ve said before, relations with the Castro regime should not be revisited, let alone normalized, until Cubans enjoy freedom – and not one second sooner.
“The Obama administration is handing the Castros a lifetime dream of legitimacy without getting a thing for the Cuban people being oppressed by this brutal communist dictatorship."
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WORRY ABOUT YOUR OWN COUNTRY, will ya ???
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This week, America will celebrate our 239th birthday.  Freedom can never be taken for granted — here, or anywhere around the world.
Whether it’s arming Ukraine or declaring energy independence, Lithuania sets an example for the region, and frankly, the world. The American people recognize that this threat demands decisive leadership and action.
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There won't be a United States of America left by the time you, Obama, Pelosi, McConnell, Reid, and all the other idiots who keep selling us out to the big corporations get done. Good riddance to all of you traitors. 
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We now know for certain that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton did not turn over ALL of her work-related emails.

What’s still missing from these gaps in her email record?

Find out here -http://j.mp/1BK6hpF
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+Heather Miller You don't seem to understand that the problem is not personal emails, but that Hillary did all her government work on a personal account as Secretary of State, and then decided it was up to her and her lawyers to decide which of the official emails -- remember, these are government records -- anybody would get to see... even within the State Department it in response to court orders or Congressional subpoenas

If she had followed the rules (and the law) these issues never would have arisen.
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All human beings are created equal by God and thus deserve to be treated with love, dignity and respect. I am, however, disappointed that the Supreme Court disregarded the democratically-enacted will of millions of Americans by forcing states to redefine the institution of marriage. My views are based on my upbringing and my faith, and I believe that marriage is a sacred vow between one man and one woman.
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"My views are based on my upbringing and my faith, and I believe that marriage is a sacred vow between one man and one woman." In as much as this statement represents your personal beliefs and your own orientation toward marriage I have tremendous respect for your honesty. 

In OBERGEFELL v. HODGES Justice Kennedy writes: 

"The right to marry is fundamental as a matter of history and tradition, but rights come not from ancient sources alone. They rise, too, from a better informed understanding of how constitutional imperatives define a liberty that remains urgent in our own era. Many who deem same-sex marriage to be wrong reach that conclusion based on decent and honorable religious or philosophical premises, and neither they nor their beliefs are disparaged here. But when that sincere, personal opposition becomes enacted law and public policy, the necessary consequence is to put the imprimatur of the State itself on an exclusion that soon demeans or stigmatizes those whose own liberty is then denied."

In his dissent Chief Justice Roberts rebukes and chastises a majority he argues by their actions have removed not just the issue of samesex marriage, but the democratic process itself, from the people. He writes:

"_The Court’s accumulation of power does not occur in a vacuum. It comes at the expense of the people. And they know it._ Here and abroad, people are in the midst of a serious and thoughtful public debate on the issue of samesex marriage. They see voters carefully considering samesex marriage, casting ballots in favor or opposed, and sometimes changing their minds. They see political leaders similarly reexamining their positions, and either reversing course or explaining adherence to old convictions confirmed anew. They see governments and businesses modifying policies and practices with respect to same-sex couples, and participating actively in the civic discourse.They see countries overseas democratically accepting profound social change, or declining to do so. This deliberative process is making people take seriously questions that they may not have even regarded as questions before."

And then he punctuates:

"There will be consequences to shutting down the political process on an issue of such profound public significance. Closing debate tends to close minds. People denied a voice are less likely to accept the ruling of a court on an issue that does not seem to be the sort of thing courts usually decide".
 
What a warning! What a caution! After all, the processes of our democracy are constantly at stake, not only in relation to this issue, but with each and within every set of issues that confront us as a Nation. For many the court's ruling has come upon them suddenly, and for other's it did not come soon enough. How human...

In another post you remind us “This is my commandment, that you love one another, as I have loved you.” While my views on marriage equality may differ from yours on this we agree. What is love, after all, if it is not the fulfillment of the law?

Have a good weekend sir. Blessings. 
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We will continue to oppose Pres. Obama's reckless push to import terrorists to the United States.
Nice? Bringing some of the world’s most dangerous terrorists to the United States and giving them the same rights as U.S. citizens is a lot of things, but nice is the last word that comes to mind.
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+Brian Savarese I could care less what you think. I'm not stewing in anything. You and I just have a different interpretation of the law. I'm right and YOU are wrong. But, I can't convince you of that because you only hear what you want to hear. No skin off my back. Legislation can be changed or done away with by the next President, or next Congress. So, don't count your chickens too quickly.
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While Democrats focus on funneling money to the IRS, we’re backing our troops – working to make sure they have the resources they need and the pay raise they have earned.
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+Danny Kyllo I don't know if they do or not, as I don't know of any plane of any kind that Iran has,  I do know though that their only plan is to take over Iran, Syria and what ever other countries they can. 
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