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The Climate Con Goes On

Dave8528 Wrote: Feb 21, 2015 10:38 AM
It's all about government control of our lives and the money they can get from its citizens. It's in many ways just like Obamacare, where the government has control of our health care whether we like it or not. Climate change or global warming or whatever they call it this week is a scam and is totally bogus.
Heaven forbid that Obama should mention the execution of Christians in a strongly Muslim country. After all, Obama was raised in Indonesia, a Muslim country with a small minority of Christians, and though Obama says he's a Christian, which I won't question, he doesn't attend church. And when he did, he attended those 20 years going to a Christian denomination with the radical Rev. Wright, so this statement isn't unexpected.
Obama doesn't even attend church. And when he did years ago, it wasn’t to a mainline Christian church but to a radical Christian church headed by Rev. Wright; that church probably didn’t teach such basics such as loving your neighbor as yourself among many other beliefs. His knowledge of the Christian faith is very scant. He can't lecture any of us about religion when he has so little knowledge of it himself.
Dr. Carson a true American success story for blacks, whites, and for all of us. He should be put on a pedestal, not vilified by those on the left.
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Bobby Jindal for President?

Dave8528 Wrote: Feb 12, 2015 11:29 AM
I would vote for Jindal without reservations. A conservative socially and politically and a minority person from the South, he would the ideal candidate. Scott Walker is another great candidat, a conservative governor is a basically liberal state, 2 good choices. No more DC politicians in the White House, look at he look at the last one we had.
If Bush wins the nomination, I have to plug my nose and vote for him, anything's better then Hilliary. Hopefully this doesn't happen.
This network is totally unprofessional, they need to think before they speak, I'm not surprised they have terrible ratings.
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The Faithful Clarity of a Moral President

Dave8528 Wrote: Feb 07, 2015 12:10 PM
There is still slavery in the Muslim world while there is none in the Christian world. Don't most Muslims still consider women second class citizens? Maybe many Christians were violent in the past, but hasn't that for the most part stopped? The radical Muslims are still violent. No Christian I know right now forces people by violence to convert to Christianity, not true with the radical Muslims. The Crusades and the inquisitions were violent, but the deaths and methods regarding these have been greatly exaggerated. Though the president tries to talk a good game, he only tells half truths which are more dangerous sometimes then the out and out lie. He really never defends Christianity because his faith is weak, he doesn't attend church on a regular basis. Jesus sacrificed himself to save us from our sins, Mohammed never did, he was only a prophet. Jesus brought peace and understanding, though many Christians have used his words and deeds wrongly for their own selfish needs, after all we are all sinners. Maybe Obama doesn't know this, he has never attended a mainstream Christian church. Sad, because as leader of this country he speaks for this country, so that people in other countries think these are America's views when they truly aren't.
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Will Brian Williams Lose His Job?

Dave8528 Wrote: Feb 05, 2015 3:44 PM
This is why I don't watch the mainstream news reports. The anchors look credible and act credible, but all of them have a liberal agenda. You just can't believe a word they say.
I meant to say 100% of what the president's says. I wish they would an edit on these comments.
I thought I could finally agree to 100% of what the president. At least I can agree to 50% of it. His reference to the brutality of Crusades and the Inquisition I disagree with to a degree. Though there were atrocities with the Crusades and the Inquisition, they were not as brutal as is often taught. Especially the Inquisition was not as brutal as is often portrayed. But the president's portrayal of Jim Crow and ISIS is right on the money.
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