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    Re: Wisconsin Unions Disrupt Special Olympics Ceremony

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    Really? Walked decided to hold it outdoors? You have evidence that this is the case?
    He didn't appear to be handcuffed or bound when he was speaking.

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    Re: Wisconsin Unions Disrupt Special Olympics Ceremony

    Quote Originally Posted by mattillac View Post
    He didn't appear to be handcuffed or bound when he was speaking.
    Again, do you have evidence that Walker himself decided to hold the event outdoors? Please present it.

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    Re: Wisconsin Unions Disrupt Special Olympics Ceremony

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    I'm talking morally, not legally. Of course I wouldn't expect you to understand anything about morals.
    ad hominem

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    Re: Wisconsin Unions Disrupt Special Olympics Ceremony

    Quote Originally Posted by Eighty Deuce View Post
    So you are not only an expert on how this would translate to a "colonial America" environment, but thet also what my take would be on it !!!

    Hahahahahahahahahahaha ............ epic, massive, typical, liberal failure !!

    That's not a red herring ... that's a RED TUNA !!
    I didn't claim to be an expert or a superior, we are in a debate group... Debating history is a common area of debate in this context. I see the parallels and think they are obvious. You want to debate or you want to flame and get infraction?

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    Re: Wisconsin Unions Disrupt Special Olympics Ceremony

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    Contradictory nonsense. Not surprising coming from you.

    The protestors put the kids in the middle of it, not those of us offended by their insensitive actions.
    ad hominem

    I am entitled to my opinions, and I am in the better position to decide how I would feel if I were a parent of one of those children.

    I wouldn't make this about my kid, nor would I see to it my child felt negative about the situation if they otherwise didn't have any negative feelings.

    If you're in a debate group, you should try to debate...

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    Re: Wisconsin Unions Disrupt Special Olympics Ceremony

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    ad hominem
    hardly. I have been referring to the morality, not the legality, the entire thread. It isn't my fault you're simply unable to comprehend that simple distinction.

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    Re: Wisconsin Unions Disrupt Special Olympics Ceremony

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    Really? Walked decided to hold it outdoors? You have evidence that this is the case?

    Of course you don't. It's supposition on your part. The protestors however were there, that is a fact. They started it by their actions, which put the kids in the middle.

    I prefer my facts over your supposition.
    He could have not given a damn speech at all... lol. He could have sent somebody else, or helped organize a local Olympic athlete or a role model to talk to those kids instead.

    We can spin this anyway imaginable.

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    Re: Wisconsin Unions Disrupt Special Olympics Ceremony

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    Again, do you have evidence that Walker himself decided to hold the event outdoors? Please present it.
    Do you have evidence any of these children were emotionally damaged by the protest?

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    Re: Wisconsin Unions Disrupt Special Olympics Ceremony

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    ...You want to debate or you want to flame and get infraction?
    Do you?????

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    Sorry, but the Constitution says you're ****ing wrong.
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    Re: Wisconsin Unions Disrupt Special Olympics Ceremony

    Quote Originally Posted by Whovian View Post
    hardly. I have been referring to the morality, not the legality, the entire thread. It isn't my fault you're simply unable to comprehend that simple distinction.
    ad hominem +3

    If you want to get an infraction, make it worthwhile.

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