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Heh: Reid Tries to Embarrass Scott Brown, Fails Miserably

belief101 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 7:51 PM
With all the scrutinity on Romney being a Mormon, its really folks like Reid that (as a fellow Mormon) makes me ashamed. Interestingly the media never attacks our religion when it comes to Reid because he is so much in Obama's corner!
algae Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:18 PM
As long as one's "true faith" is in the State the media could care less. The State is the only thing that counts for socialist totalitarians. That is why a Mormon Reid will never be scrutinized while a Mormon Romney will be examined in minutia. It's not the label of religion, it's how much faith they have in the State and the Lies of the State that matters.
Lance6161 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:22 PM
You're right. Even atheism is a religion, with state, abortion, junk science, etc., as hte tenets.
Lance6161 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 8:04 PM
Hey, how many Roman Catholics kiss ANY Kennedy @$$, while we continue to murder unborn Americans?

We are all sinners. Some just think it's perfectly alright.

I don't agree with your faith, but I'll sure defend your right to freely practice it.

By now you've probably grown inured to Harry Reid's oafish hyper-partisanship, but it's still fun to flag instances where it blows up in his face.  In advance of last night's Massachusetts Senate debate, Sen. Scott Brown told local reporters that he might be forced to skip the face-off with rival Elizabeth Warren if his official duties required him to remain in Washington to cast votes.  Reid interpreted this as a sign of trepidation and accused Brown of running scared and deliberately using the Senate calendar as a handy excuse to duck the debate.  Reid