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How to bomb a gay bath house

TexasResister64 Wrote: Apr 13, 2014 11:00 AM
Gee, Mike. If you put your tongue any farther into your cheek, you'll bore a hole through it.
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History's Greatest Event

TexasResister64 Wrote: Apr 11, 2014 7:54 AM
"the man named Jesus came back to physical life."--not exactly. The God-man named Jesus rose to a new and everlasting life, to which He calls each of us in His Church. Moreover, the Virgin Mary did not attempt to stage an "intervention." She was united with him, as many saints said, in "all His mysteries." Nobody understood Him better than she did.
Maybe "should end up in jail," but don't hold your breath.
Will and Krauthammer are correct, but don't go far enough. There are two overall objectives here that few seem to understand: 1) destroy the Catholic Church. The ultimate aim of the homosexual marriage movement is to force Catholic clergy to officiate at these attempted marriages. They know that orthodox clergy have to say "no," and the HMM folk then will make it a 14th amendment issue so they can put the priests who refuse in jail. 2) secure the same kind of "compensatory" special rights granted for the last sixty years to former victims of racial discrimination. That would be preferential hiring, educational access and scholarships. The firing of CEO's is just the start.
There are two overall objectives here that nobody seems to understand: 1) destroy the Catholic Church. The ultimate aim of the homosexual marriage movement is to force Catholic clergy to officiate at these attempted marriages. They know that orthodox clergy have to say "no," and the HMM folk then will make it a 14th amendment issue so they can put the priests who refuse in jail. 2) secure the same kind of "compensatory" special rights granted for the last sixty years to former victims of racial discrimination. That would be preferential hiring, educational access and scholarships. Just watch and see.
Have you never heard of the Laffer curve? Of "rich flight"? Of supply and demand?
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Go Therefore

TexasResister64 Wrote: Mar 21, 2014 8:02 AM
OK, let's get clear. Almost all mainline Protestant churches are "pro-choice," meaning pro-abortion, in that they don't say anything against abortion. Some aggressively promote abortion, as a recent Catholic Answers issue chronicled. Most Evangelical churches are, to one extent or another, against abortion. Catholics permit the excision of an ectopic pregnancy threatening the mother's (and baby's) life as a secondary effect of the removal of a diseased organ. For the record.
You can learn a lot by reading Weinstein's Wikipedia article. This guy has it in for evangelical Christians (and, by extension, the rest of us who believe Mt 28 is a true command): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_L._Weinstein
I think Washington grew a low-TCP cannabis for the hemp fiber, did he not? Do we know that he smoked the stuff?
The triumph of Dionysus over Apollo is the state of our society. God help us.
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