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When did Common Sense Die?




1.  In most States it does not matter how old a girl is she can go, and without any parental consent, get an abortion...

2.  In most States a Doctor will refuse to operate on a married man who wishes to receive a vasectomy without the wife's consent.

3.  In many States a child under the age of 16 can not get multiple piercings (like nose or an industrial) at a specialist (tattoo and body piercing shop) even with parental consent.


These are the Bills that our Congressmen have been writing and passing into Law.  We must ask, "When will We the People hold them responsible for bad law"?  We can not accept a lack of common sense in the seats of our leadership anymore.  Get Rid of those, and replace them, who refuse to or are unable to lead with Common Sense.



This is Your Fault. 
Will you choose to make the same mistakes over and over again?  When will you Learn?






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