Indeed. A lot of this is because someone interpreted in the Bible that if you take your own life you will go to Hell. But the thing is that the lives here are being extended artificially. More ever, slowly draining the funds away from you as well. sri
Oregon has legal assistant suicide, the first in the nation to have these laws. You can plan and die peacefully in Oregon with your choice of a death cocktail.
Yep, you are correct.
Would you prefer 'equitable' instead?
Right, so you don't mind being taxes raised in order to support highways right?
Uh, as an Oregonian the reason is because more than most states Oregon is embracing electric cars and the green economy more than any other state. Thre is a rapidly expanding network of electric chargers that would make California jealous. I see mroe and more Nissan Leaf's out there. There is even a Tesla in my parking lot. So, essentially, there has to be another way to pay for the highway maintenance. What is unfair is the fact that all those people travelling through the state are not going to be paying their fair share. So Oregonians areshoulding everything instead of everyone. Re: privacy Liberals are just as paranoid of government tracking them (if not more so) than conservatives. Conservatives don't mind being tracked if it is to protect the homeland. Just look at all the shit with the patriot act and various other stuff Bush has put out there. Now, regardless someone still have to op
Oh brother. Yeah, both sides do it. False equivalency. Only one party was willing to go the edge.
That's because what so called conservatives are calling conservative is not but reactionary politics.
No, actually I don't believe that at all. This is a silly projection on your fault. Most of these guys have gone off the deep end. You're already thinking in a partisan manner and you need to learn to step back and look at things as a back and forth. Democrats are more likely to negotiate since our tent is pretty broad since they have all manner of people like myself there. I used to be an independent and now I'm a democrat. Sometimes you have to pick a side and work to put better politicians.
Ah yes, the both sides do it argument. How quaint. There is only one party here that is using questionable tactics. The democrats are correct to refuse to play this game. Do you really want to set a precedent where whoever is in charge of the house can defund anything they want by holding the economy and government hostage? They holding the value of the dollar hostage. It might be that outsiders might decide they want a more stable currency than the U.S. dollar. Then we will be up shit creek. Obama has been bending backwards trying to appease these clowns. They only are trying it again because they thought it worked last time. Now they are backed in a corner because they thought the democrats would cave.
Show us the links, man where these waivers are being reported. I'm not just taking your word for it. A respectful journal, not Red State. It's the tyrannical of the minority because there are R's who also do not believe in shutting down the government to do this. The damn thing was ruled constitutional by the supreme court. So it's been ruled. There is no conspiracy here. The bill went through the normal channels. Republicans are trying to use something that is generally procedural to turn back the clock. It is holding the entire economic power of the U.S. hostage. They are mad. Let me know if you support this tactic when the Dems have control of the house as they some day will. Setting a precedent for this kind of thing is dangerous. There is plenty information on the internet on why this is a very bad idea.
Right now, it's one party that's has lost it's marbles. They could end this at any time. The reason is that Boehner won't allow a clean vote based on partisan reasons. That's the whole issue here. Partisan reasons. It's ridiculous, especially coming from the party that talks endlessly about being the party that doesn't like the spend. They are the opposite. I've voted Republicans before, but I'm not voting Republican tell they've kicked Tea Party and ideological and religious meglomaniacs out of their party. It mgiht be nice to have run off elections at the local layer. But we still need a press that can lay out the issues without making everything into some kind of partisan war. It gets people all hot and lathered trying to defend their team.
You should file a bug.
It's not another GUI, it's just some extensions to GNOME. So there isn't a lot of extra stuff. But it at least provides a path to the new interface. Every time someone who mentions tablet interface when referring to GNOME 3 I know that it is not someone who has tried GNOME in any serious way. You've judged it by screenshots and so I find it difficult to take this criticism seriously.
I'm sorry I disagree. The new design actually provides a lot more extensibility than you could ever do with GNOME. I think you haven't looked at GNOME 3 deep enough to really understand it. Try using it for a month and try to use it as designed.