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The Truth About Mormonism

Don11646 Wrote: Apr 16, 2012 3:05 PM
I will vote for Mitt is he is the GOP nominee, however, This is a very poor article. It hardly touches on Mormon doctrine. They do not believe in the God of the Bible or in the Jesus in the Bible. For great info on this subject go to www.wayoflife.org and search for Mormon doctrine.
Corbett: The oil companies should pay no tax. First, only consumers pay tax, so when the company pays, they must charge the consumer more. Second, oil company products are vital to our nation's security, and prosperity. This cannot be over stated. Without these products, there would be less heat, electric power, food, building materials, and all other products. Everything depend on oil products. As for food, without fuel, the stores would soon be empty. Some other places people pay $9 or more per gallon for gasoline, and those prices and our own are mainly the result of government corruption. The difference now is that the President is very public about it - pushing for higher pump prices now, and higher taxes on oil companies.
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Can Government Do Anything Well?

Don11646 Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 9:22 AM
Panda: great points. A vote for Paul is a vote for Obama = much worse than any GOP candidate. A non-vote is a vote for Obama also. We do need limited governament, but to support a no-hope candidate is a dream world of nightmares. If Obama wins a second term, there may not be another election. To say that there is no difference between the GOP and the DIMS is not true. The GOP is far from perfect, but also far different from the DIMS. Mitt is not my first choice, but if he is the nominee, I will vote for him. Some say he is no different from Obama. Let's see, Mitt has promised to to his best to get rid of Obamacare, cut spending, cut taxes. Obama will do the opposite and much more.
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Can Government Do Anything Well?

Don11646 Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 9:22 AM
Panda: great points. A vote for Paul is a vote for Obama = much worse than any GOP candidate. A non-vote is a vote for Obama also. We do need limited governament, but to support a no-hope candidate is a dream world of nightmares. If Obama wins a second term, there may not be another election. To say that there is no difference between the GOP and the DIMS is not true. The GOP is far from perfect, but also far different from the DIMS. Mitt is not my first choice, but if he is the nominee, I will vote for him. Some say he is no different from Obama. Let's see, Mitt has promised to to his best to get rid of Obamacare, cut spending, cut taxes. Obama will do the opposite and much more.
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Can Government Do Anything Well?

Don11646 Wrote: Apr 13, 2012 9:13 AM
George: That's a good one. Several years ago, I received a letter in my box - in NC. It was mailed from an address in Alabama to another address in another town in Alabama, yet it came to my box in North Carolina. Also, one time I mailed my property tax check to the tax collector. I dropped the letter in the Post Office street box, right at the Post Office in my city. The tax collector's office was four blocks from the Post Office. The letter was not delivered, so I had to pay a late fee, by the time I knew of the problem. After exactly 80 days, my letter was delivered. 80 days to go four blocks. And they want to do health care. NO!
Talltex: Nader - was most known with the Corvair. Surely you are not saying it was one of the best. It was a terrible car, and I am not even talking about the safety issues. I drove them for a delivery company. They were nothing but trouble. We had four and one of them was in the shop every week. Most all Corvair's were dirty on the rear, because the engine threw oil constantly. The Vega, and the fake diesel GM made joined Corvair to make up the the top trio of lemons in US history.
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Fraudulent Fears of a Second Term

Don11646 Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 12:19 AM
I never read Chapman, but made an exception this time, and now I am reminded why I don't. This could be written by a fifth grader, Jesse Jackson, Harry Reid, Arlen Spector, but they don't get on TH. What a waste. It is filled with misleading nonsense. One line really got me, the one that says Obama was never one to take high risk. His entire term is filled with risk. Every day he gives us warnings of how radical he is. The spending, bailouts, Obamacare, bowing to other leaders, and much much more. He has acted in high risk, taking a chance - living on the edge of defeat in the coming election. Obamacare alone, if it stands, will bankrupt the nation. He has already announced his budget, which adds trillions more to the debt.
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