The fact is, Cruz can only gain from the revelation that there are six women in the world willing to go boogie with him. Who'd a thunk?!
Now, "Raptor," you're being something of a sock puppet.
Still, he's got an accurate nom de plume!
CHG is sort of right about one thing, which B touched on earlier -- that, while Lincoln did pay lip service to the idea of allowing slavery to remain in the states where it already existed, he was determined to prevent its spread to the territories, especially the warm-weather areas to the immediate west of Texas.
Had the 13 slave states which seceded been allowed to keep their Confederacy, there would have been endless wars and conflicts all the way to California. There is no doubt the slavers were expansionist. ( That's what the
Missouri Compromise etc. was all about.) The Civil War was, in purely power terms, inevitable.
And there's the moral issue, which ain't even close.
I'm thinking of organizing a cash prize to reward the person who has the most accurate count of how many multiple personalities are used by one sock-puppet maestro in this thread.
"Thinking of" it, I said. But, face it, I don't have the cash. So let's just do it for fun. How many sock-puppet personalities can you associate with the same source?
I'm still bummed out by Henley's more or less dropping off the map as a solo artist after "The End of the Innocence." Great album!
Just a tip, "Ready for Change" and "No More Games," you "two" are clearly and demonstrably the same person, making one vote look like two. If you want to fool somebody, then get a helper to fix the grammar and spelling on one of your pseudonyms, so they don't make exactly the same mistakes (as well as the same points, if you want to call them that.)
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