Hitting the Hard Stuff

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Bullying

Will someone please describe what "bullying" actually happened. To most of us who have become desensitized by the constant manipulation of the language by the "progressives/gays/homosexuals/-----" we know that "bullying" is usually a code word for "they won't let me do what I want."

Just because at every one of the last three general conferences, one side has ignored the rules about demonstrations and stolen valuable time from those who followed the rules, doesn't give the rule abiding side the right to truly bully the objectors. Even though they have put forward their Plan B on the reorganization, which is certainly a direct insult, read that bullying, because Plan B is the generic name for the abortion pill featured in the Obamacare attack on religious freedom. So you can see that we have no reason to have any confidence in these code words. What really happened?

Bob more than 4 years ago

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