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I saw the headline and read this column and was in complete agreement with it. Then I noticed the author-bio at the end of the column that showed Ron Paul to be the author. I then re-read the column and realized I was reading the rantings of a crazy loon. Fact: Any time you agree with Ron Paul on anything, you are likely 100% wrong.
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Fascist Leftists in Houston

ConcealedCarry Wrote: Oct 17, 2014 12:38 AM
Here's an explanation from this column: http://patriotpost.us/articles/30057 "City Attorney David Feldman announced, 'With respect to the referendum petition filed to repeal the {HERO} ordinance, there are simply too many documents with irregularities and problems to overlook. The petition is simply invalid. There is no other conclusion...' of 50,000 signatures, more than 32,000 were invalid.” They declared the signatures invalid because they "felt" opposition was invalid. Kind of like judges who create a new "constitutional right" to gay marriage... or abortion.
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Don't 'Vote for the Candidate'

ConcealedCarry Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 11:59 PM
The Original King Wrote: "... Prager peddles on a regular basis this idea that the Dem party has moved and is moving more to the left than the GOP is moving to the right" Once again, TOK is demonstrating a stubborn obtuseness motivated by an irrational dislike of Dennis Prager - I call it Pragerphobia. The fact is, the Democrat Party has moved so far to the left as to approach totalitarianism while the GOP has also devolved leftward. The TEA Party and evangelical Christians are the only effective force that stands between this country staying America or becoming Far Western Europe. Prager has consistently pointed out these facts and TOK has consistently turned a deaf ear to Prager's cogent commentary.
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Local or National Elections?

ConcealedCarry Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 1:56 AM
BOTH parties need to be held accountable for their deficiencies! The Democrat Party needs to be held accountable for its corruption, the killing of millions of babies, and the economic damage they have done to this country. The Republican Party needs to be held accountable for its stupidity and its weakness in confronting Democrats. Here's the tough reality: -The only realistic way to hold the Democrats accountable is to vote Republican. -The only realistic way to hold the Republicans accountable to vote for them --- and then primary the stupid ones out of office --- and then vote for them again and repeat the whole process until finally a pro-American Party is powerful enough to relegate the corrupt, abortion-loving Democrat Party into permanent minority status.
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Don't 'Vote for the Candidate'

ConcealedCarry Wrote: Oct 14, 2014 12:27 AM
BOTH parties need to be held accountable for their deficiencies! The Democrat Party needs to be held accountable for its corruption, the killing of millions of babies, and the economic damage they have done to this country. The Republican Party needs to be held accountable for its stupidity and its weakness in confronting Democrats. Here's the tough reality: -The only realistic way to hold the Democrats accountable is to vote Republican. -The only realistic way to hold the Republicans accountable to vote for them --- and then primary the stupid ones out of office --- and then vote for them again and repeat the whole process until finally a pro-American Party is powerful enough to relegate the corrupt, abortion-loving Democrat Party into permanent minority status.
How many "gays" have had their lives terminated in the womb (I mean, if they're born that way, shouldn't homosexuals be more pro-life than any other group)?
BTW, the American Church in the 19th and 20th centuries was vital in propelling this nation to the status of Lone Super Power. I guess we'll need some kind of new Great Awakening if America is going to continue its dominance into the future.
Earlier in the day I posted a driveby-comment about the apparent contradiction when one pastor spends his ministerial compensation on cigars and whiskey, then writes a column criticizing another pastor who spends his ministerial compensation on clothes. Big 07 told me I would be viciously attacked and his comment proved prophetic. If American Christians are preoccupied with finding scriptures to justify their addictions to tobacco and to liquor, it's no wonder the 21st century Church in America is a powerless shell of what was once a robust and vital American Church throughout the 19th century and most of the 20th century. II Chron. 7:14 has never been more applicable than right now: "... if MY people, who are called by MY name, will humble THESELVES and pray and seek my face and TURN from THEIR wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land." (NIV, emphasis mine)
"what is wrong with smoking a cigar?" What is RIGHT (or righteous) with smoking a cigar?
-My church has a stage (I like it; I can easily see the ministers) -My church has television cameras (makes it nice for shut-ins to see a live stream) -My church has a full band (it sounds awesome and those musicians worship!) -My church offers CD's, podcasts, and a phone/tablet app (ANYTHING to spread the Gospel) -My church funds an women's outreach that has preserved dozens of babies from being aborted. -My church spends tens of thousands of dollars every year on children's ministry, alms for the poor, and directly supporting overseas outreach. DG, what is your stageless, media-less, music-free church doing to further the Gospel? Just wonderin'...
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