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Wake up! You're sleeping your life away! The dirty tricks are really on the side of the left, those like you.
Or maybe because Republicans are higher class than Democrats?
"Against the pipeline to" where? Perhaps you meant "... s agianst the pipeline, too?"
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Hands Up! Don’t Abort!

Brian953 Wrote: Aug 25, 2014 1:06 PM
We are not in the "First world" (which, actually, is the "Old World," so the use of the term "other" is inaccurate. FLMC, you are putting words into his mouth. He does not make the implication you infer.
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An Open Letter to the False Church

Brian953 Wrote: Aug 25, 2014 10:58 AM
What you don't understand, having no relationship with Him, is God. If you would stop throwing tantrums against God, you most likely would see things differently. Jesus taught biblical inerrancy. "It is written ..." You err because you have not read ..." and so on. That being the case, the Bible leads to a Messiah Wh helt to biblical inerrancy. If inerrancy is wrong, then your assertion, "The Bible can lead us to the Word of God, Jesus," is mistaken. In YOUR view, Jesus would NOT have held to inerrancy, so the biblical Jesus (the one the Bible would lead you to) is a false one. But, in reality, the mistake lies with you — you believe that God is weak, and that His actions are contingent upon us.
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An Open Letter to the False Church

Brian953 Wrote: Aug 25, 2014 10:50 AM
It is ridiculous to link the drug war, and the grenade in the crib. The same breach techniques woul be used, irres[ective of whether it was due to suspicion of trafficking in drugs, or whether it was suspicion of any other serious crime.
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An Open Letter to the False Church

Brian953 Wrote: Aug 25, 2014 10:48 AM
Indeed there is. It is the same as with a lot of doctrines. For example, there is a difference between rejecting the doctrine of the Trinity, and not really having heard of it. When I had been a Christian only a few months, I had not heard of it.
When you say "medical practitioners will be paid at (fill in the blank here, it matters not)," you ASSUME that the individuals in this group will not react — that all will go on as it has, even though one major component of the system has been dramatically altered. There will be FAR fewer "medical practitioners," as a number of them say "Kiss my rosy red!" and retire, or move into some other job. At the same time, fewer will be attracted to that profession, and medical school attendance will shrink. These sorts of synamic reactions by society in response to a shifting environment is lost on liberals — in some substantial part due to listening to the moron, Paul Krugman.
PLEASE, God, let it be so! ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯
We can only hope that, all appearances notwithstanding, if you had a son, he would not ACT like that bully Michael Brown, who in one short span of time: 1) took what didn't belong to him, 2) aggressively & threateningly shoved the man one third his size who owned the cigars he was taking, 3) fractured a cops eye socket by punching him through the window of his poilice car, 4) tried to wrestle a cop's sidearm from him, 5) taunted the police officer, then 6) tried to commit further violence against the cop again (at the very least trying to knock him to the ground), and 7) got shot 6 times (because he didn't stop after being shot a few times in the right arm).
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