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#1 - There are many cases where both are true. There are many case…  [+] (8 new replies) 03/05/2013 on Welcome -8
User avatar #8 - maskedguardianmkii (03/06/2013) [-]
>No one ever blamed obesity fully on genes.

Ladies and gentlemen, the most bullshit statement of the year.
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User avatar #2 - mehturtlesareok (03/05/2013) [-]
there are no cases where being gay is a choice. Having sex with other men is a choice, being gay isn't.
User avatar #7 - reaperssprint (03/06/2013) [-]
Having sex with other men is the same thing as being gay. Therefore your logic is flawed. Being gay is a choice no matter how you look at it. gay people are attracted to those of the same sex because of a chemical imbalance making them more feminine than masculine, or vice versa depending on sex. There are feminine guys who are still straight but are feminine due to that same imbalance. The act of having sex with the same gender is a choice no matter how you look at it.

Either way its a choice people have the right to make, to tell someone they are wrong for it or should feel wrong about it is wrong. But let's not be stupid about it either.
User avatar #3 - oceanmist (03/05/2013) [-]
You know, I never understood this. Are people trying to say that you're born gay, or that you grow up and become accustomed to being gay and so prefer it and can't simply choose to switch back immediately.
#5 - anonymous (03/05/2013) [-]
You can't be born anything. It's all about your environment and experiences.
User avatar #6 - nintendohero (03/06/2013) [-]
Yeah, because you become white, black, asian or anything else based on your environment.
#9 - Bobtheblob (03/06/2013) [-]
Eminem did.
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#2 - I love how people asked a company's CEO, who keeps his stores … 02/25/2013 on This guy +3
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#458 - Tha'ts who I voted for too  [+] (1 new reply) 11/16/2012 on Liek A BAWS +1
User avatar #467 - ninjasquirle (11/16/2012) [-]
What I really like is all the people on here shouting Ron Paul yet completely ignore the guy who went into his state with debt left with a billion surplus, fixed numerous state problems, pro choice, pro gay marriage, small government, reasonable and is known for compromising with others on issues, he really was a great candidate just a shame he never got news time even though his head was actually on straight.
#427 - I find it funny how people make fun of republicans, and treat …  [+] (7 new replies) 11/16/2012 on Liek A BAWS +4
User avatar #473 - LiamNeeson (11/16/2012) [-]
Those aren't real republicans. They are meant to conserve- hence conservatives. Therefore they should be sticking to the roots of the constitution, but they don't. He does, and people like him for it. Just because you dislike a group doesn't mean there aren't exceptions though. The world isn't black and white.
User avatar #453 - ninjasquirle (11/16/2012) [-]
This is why I supported Gary Johnson he was the best candidate by far, he had the small government views like Ron Paul but didn't have the other extreme beliefs Paul did. Johnson was a true libertarian but he was the Libertarian candidate so you know we got like 1% of the vote again.
User avatar #476 - brutalfistfuck (11/16/2012) [-]
I voted for Gary Johnson as well! However, even though Paul had some serious views, he always said that if he were to be president, he wouldn't be poking his head in and messing around with people's personal decisions, like marriage and drug use. He once said in an interview after some guy asked him his position on gay marriage, something like "It doesn't matter! My opinion should in no way effect how the people of America choose to go about their lives." Gary Johnson is a bit safer, and now that he and Paul have inspired such a revolution, maybe we could finally have some actual change in the next couple of years, regardless of which president.
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User avatar #480 - ninjasquirle (11/16/2012) [-]
My only issue is that people are associating those kind of views with Ron Paul when those have been the stances of the Libertarian party for a long time, Paul is a smart man but he isn't the golden god alot of people on FJ think he is.
#458 - idriveclutch (11/16/2012) [-]
Tha'ts who I voted for too
User avatar #467 - ninjasquirle (11/16/2012) [-]
What I really like is all the people on here shouting Ron Paul yet completely ignore the guy who went into his state with debt left with a billion surplus, fixed numerous state problems, pro choice, pro gay marriage, small government, reasonable and is known for compromising with others on issues, he really was a great candidate just a shame he never got news time even though his head was actually on straight.

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