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  1. The use of turn signals (blinkers) is lost on a lot of drivers. We learn how to use them in drivers education but for some reason at least 50% of drivers don't or inconsistently use them. Maybe it's because they're holding their cell phone in their left hand while driving...lol
  2. That's a tough question for me to answer. I'm leaning I'm okay with it but still have some concerns. Obviously, my opinion is secondary to the woman's. Month 4 (weeks 13 through 16) The fetal heartbeat may now be audible through an instrument called a doppler. The fingers and toes are well-defined. Eyelids, eyebrows, eyelashes, nails and hair are formed. Teeth and bones become denser. The fetus can even suck his or her thumb, yawn, stretch and make faces. The nervous system is starting to function. The reproductive organs and genitalia are now fully developed, and your doctor can see on ultrasound if the fetus will be designated male or female at birth. By the end of the fourth month, the fetus is about 6 inches long and weighs about 4 ounces.
  3. All social programs are paid for by tax payers. There is nothing free. Now it may be no cost to the recipient but it cost the tax paying citizens of the nation something. In the Social Security/Medicare scenario a percentage is also paid for by the employer. So it's part socialism and part welfare all wrapped up together. Again, no retired citizen receiving social security or medicare can claim they are not participating in socialism or welfare.
  4. LOL...I would use that term to label those who don't think like me.
  5. IMO this post would ring more true if was stated by a biological woman instead of someone that looks like a man.
  6. I'm pro-life, a conservative, but willing to help support a state social organization via taxes and my time to help the mother or the family. Does that make me a republican, democrat or some other political party....lol.
  7. Agree. If they fill that strongly about "socialism" they can give up their Medicare and Social Security check.
  8. The social conscience side of this issue has yet to come and we will see how understanding each state and their citizens provide postpartum support for struggling women/families. There are many on this site that beat the drum for saving babies but will not put there money where there mouth is when it comes to helping these children after they are born. Just from my perspective I try to think like Jesus would think (easy to think, hard to live at times). IMHO, Jesus would try his best to SAVE and SUPPORT every child. He would disappoint and possible rebuke many on both sides of this issue along the way but he is the example we are called to follow.
  9. What is an acceptable time frame (10 weeks? 20 weeks?, etc.) when abortions are okay from your perspective?
  10. View History: Weekly Monthly Annual Download Data (XLS File) DOWNLOADDollars per GallonU.S. All Grades All Formulations Retail Gasoline PricesU.S. All Grades All Formulations Retail Gasoline Prices199419961998200020022004200620082010201220142016201820202022012345Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration Chart Tools no analysis applied 5 Year Seasonal Analysis 10 Year Seasonal Analysis This series is available through the EIA open data API and can be downloaded to Excel or embedded as an interactive chart or map on your website. U.S. All Grades All Formulations Retail Gasoline Prices (Dollars per Gallon) Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 1993 1.078 1.100 1.097 1.078 1.062 1.050 1.092 1.066 1.014 1994 0.998 1.009 1.008 1.027 1.047 1.078 1.106 1.155 1.144 1.114 1.119 1.129 1995 1.130 1.120 1.119 1.157 1.225 1.239 1.201 1.170 1.158 1.134 1.109 1.118 1996 1.137 1.136 1.183 1.275 1.324 1.300 1.272 1.251 1.247 1.249 1.278 1.282 1997 1.283 1.276 1.251 1.244 1.245 1.242 1.220 1.268 1.276 1.242 1.216 1.177 1998 1.132 1.096 1.064 1.077 1.105 1.103 1.094 1.065 1.049 1.059 1.036 0.987 1999 0.980 0.962 1.022 1.171 1.171 1.154 1.197 1.260 1.295 1.285 1.292 1.313 2000 1.329 1.415 1.556 1.506 1.526 1.666 1.591 1.506 1.588 1.571 1.557 1.483 2001 1.487 1.490 1.450 1.591 1.738 1.658 1.466 1.461 1.557 1.357 1.212 1.127 2002 1.148 1.155 1.289 1.439 1.434 1.424 1.438 1.438 1.441 1.486 1.461 1.429 2003 1.500 1.655 1.734 1.633 1.539 1.533 1.554 1.661 1.721 1.606 1.555 1.522 2004 1.614 1.690 1.778 1.839 2.023 2.013 1.954 1.920 1.912 2.042 2.023 1.887 2005 1.875 1.953 2.120 2.285 2.205 2.198 2.333 2.529 2.951 2.765 2.303 2.229 2006 2.360 2.326 2.468 2.787 2.953 2.930 3.025 2.999 2.606 2.293 2.275 2.359 2007 2.289 2.323 2.609 2.891 3.187 3.102 3.011 2.834 2.849 2.853 3.128 3.070 2008 3.095 3.078 3.293 3.507 3.815 4.105 4.114 3.833 3.756 3.112 2.208 1.745 2009 1.840 1.975 2.011 2.102 2.316 2.681 2.582 2.670 2.609 2.605 2.706 2.663 2010 2.769 2.699 2.824 2.900 2.890 2.785 2.782 2.783 2.757 2.853 2.913 3.048 2011 3.148 3.264 3.615 3.852 3.960 3.735 3.705 3.696 3.667 3.506 3.443 3.326 2012 3.440 3.640 3.907 3.958 3.791 3.596 3.498 3.780 3.910 3.812 3.521 3.381 2013 3.391 3.736 3.779 3.638 3.675 3.689 3.661 3.645 3.604 3.420 3.322 3.357 2014 3.392 3.434 3.606 3.735 3.750 3.766 3.688 3.565 3.484 3.255 2.997 2.632 2015 2.208 2.301 2.546 2.555 2.802 2.885 2.880 2.726 2.462 2.387 2.260 2.144 2016 2.057 1.872 2.071 2.216 2.371 2.467 2.345 2.284 2.327 2.359 2.295 2.366 2017 2.458 2.416 2.437 2.528 2.503 2.460 2.414 2.494 2.761 2.621 2.678 2.594 2018 2.671 2.705 2.709 2.873 2.987 2.970 2.928 2.914 2.915 2.943 2.736 2.457 2019 2.338 2.393 2.594 2.881 2.946 2.804 2.823 2.707 2.681 2.724 2.693 2.645 2020 2.636 2.533 2.329 1.938 1.961 2.170 2.272 2.272 2.274 2.248 2.200 2.284 2021 2.420 2.587 2.898 2.948 3.076 3.157 3.231 3.255 3.272 3.384 3.491 3.406 2022 3.413 3.611 4.322 4.213 4.545
  11. https://www.yahoo.com/news/woman-brought-down-roe-vs-222013366.html
  12. Pro: Texas gets to keep all their oil and refineries. Con: Texas would take on providing services such as Social Security and etc. for it's citizens.
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