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Well at least they got a little more than a slap on the wrist, very little.
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Well at least they got a little more than a slap on the wrist, very little.
A conviction for those faith healing nut jobs in Oregon. 16 months, it should have been 16 years.

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#2
RE: Well at least they got a little more than a slap on the wrist, very little.
All that judge did was assure that these assholes would kill more kids.
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RE: Well at least they got a little more than a slap on the wrist, very little.
Wow, bitter victory. 16 months?! I agree that is too easy a term for manslaughter, and in my home state.
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RE: Well at least they got a little more than a slap on the wrist, very little.
The problem with criminalizing stupidity is that too many people would be tried, clogging up an already congested legal system.

The real problem is that proper justice rarely can be applied because of other contributing factors like appeals, prison crowding, logistics, etc,.
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RE: Well at least they got a little more than a slap on the wrist, very little.
The first amendment protects stupidity.
"On Earth as it is in Heaven, the Cosmic Roots of the Bible" available on the Amazon.
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RE: Well at least they got a little more than a slap on the wrist, very little.
Well at least it was their own kids..... They were just cleaning the genepool out.


it goes to show...NOTHING FAILS LIKE PRAYER
Did I make a good point? thumbs up Smile I cant help it I'm a Kudos whore. P.S. Jesus is a MYTH.
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RE: Well at least they got a little more than a slap on the wrist, very little.
Prayer... how to do nothing and feel like you're doing something!
Science flies us to the moon and stars. Religion flies us into buildings.

God allowed 200,000 people to die in an earthquake. So what makes you think he cares about YOUR problems?
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RE: Well at least they got a little more than a slap on the wrist, very little.
Well saidSmile
People that pray for things and say god answers them just don't believe in chance. I don't get it. Things just happen. Maybe I should try this prayer thing and when shit doesn't get done I can say "Hey, it's god's will." It works for them.
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RE: Well at least they got a little more than a slap on the wrist, very little.
There's a good video I saw that compares praying to "God" with praying to a jug of milk. They both have the same effect! If you pray to the jug of milk, what you pray for may happen right away! In that case, you can say, "The jug of milk heard my prayer and answered it!". Or, what you pray for may not happen for awhile (weeks, months, years, even decades). In that case, you can say, "The jug of milk heard my prayer and answered in its own good time!!" Or, what you pray for may never happen. In that case you can say, "The jug of milk heard my prayer, but the answer was no".

"God", jug of milk, same result!
Science flies us to the moon and stars. Religion flies us into buildings.

God allowed 200,000 people to die in an earthquake. So what makes you think he cares about YOUR problems?
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