you took my words out of context
and made an opposite statement and
said that you AGREED with me.
that reminds me of Loki...
and all this in a discussion about patriotism.
Adolf Hitler had to tell massive lies about people of religion
to convince people to go his way in the Germany of his time.
i'm done talking to you, dude,
you seem way too quick to resort to deception in debate to spend any more time discussing with you.
people of religion do not deserve to be targetted for military action by people who call their religions false.
but it happened in Hitler's Germany and it has happened at other times as well.
we don't agree and we won't, but feel free to twist THESE around, too, and then claim to 'agree' with what i say.
i will stop trying to make sense to you, now, because i don't need to use profanity here and now.
SOKRATES and PLATO seem to have had a dialogue in history that has precedent for this one.
- in her “Open Letter” to Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, who will decide on whether to sign into a law a bill that would allow drug-addicted pregnant women to be prosecuted as criminals. WATCH:
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