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Left's Newest Inquisition: Deny Your God or Be Declared Unfit

Dr_Zinj Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 12:30 PM
1. I want a politician to answer honestly, assuming he or she chooses to answer in the first place. 2. I'm not going to support a candidate who doesn't beleive in evolution and accepted scientific fact. Either the world was formed over 4 billion years ago, or it only just came into being with everything I think I know or remember having been instantly created just now. The later destroys the concept of self-determination; an without self-determination, there can be no sin. If you assume only 10,000 years, there are far more inconsistencies than there are with the 4 billion year old Earth and 13 billion year old universe. But putting beleif first means that you'll never prove anything.
mwakefield Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 12:47 PM
It is ridiculous to demand that someone else believe exactly what you believe in order to hold a public office. We are suppose to be a country that was FOUNDED on religious freedom. Just because intolerant people like you take "In God We Trust" out of their own lives doesn't mean I have to take it out of mine. Believe anything you want... but quit trying to force everyone else to feel the same way.
wmou Wrote: Nov 26, 2012 12:36 PM
If the candidate will protect and defend the constitution our first amendment rights are not in danger. Our first amendment religious rights are under constant attack in the courts. Mr. Obama will nominate justices who understand that showing preference in any way towards one religion establishes a national religion. Not just anybody can think in such a twisted manner.

Let the Blood Games continue.

Only weeks after election 2012 and years before election 2016, in a routine interview, a glossy pop magazine popped Florida Senator Marco Rubio with an oddball question: How old do you think the earth is? Rubio responded a bit clumsily and noncommittally. Smelling blood and opportunity, the wolf pack bared fangs and chased.

Their game is either to force Rubio to affirm a personal belief the earth is 4.5 billion years old—disturbing some of his religious supporters--or to mock and stigmatize him and others who could harbor any delusional...

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