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Sometimes It’s The Messenger

Gazinya Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 9:33 AM
In the 2008 election, clearly to me, 3/4 of the candidates were strongly or moderately against the 1/4 who supported a Judeo-Christian, strong family valued, conservative candidate. Three quarters of this nation is deep into an anti-Constitutional way of life. It is not how much money these people have or don't have it is the lack of Christian character. The Repub leadersip is trying to see how to slow down this slide of predominant anti-Christ spirit by being more verbally supportive of 'God given rights' while in action they just want to 'sit at the table' somewhere near the front. Sarah Palin was a strong breath of fresh Americanism but the 3/4ths hated her and her faith in God and America.
Gazinya Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 9:39 AM
Mrs. Palin and her family showed, even in the tundra of Alaska, that a princled, disciplined, faithful to American values, work ethic can take a person. That is what McCain and his minions and the entire Democrat Party hates. Honesty, without a worldly reward is what the Bible teaches and the Constitution expects. The Christian Conservative, is listened to could turn the so called RINO's and some of the Dems back to a pro-American, Constitutional Republic. But I won't hold my breath that will happen.
Gazinya Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 9:51 AM
That should be 'if' listened to. We are in 'battle of culture and spirit'. The war has been won but the battles continue. This is a hard time for the Christian. The Repubs and the Lucifarian Party are hell bent to see that everything that God has called sin is validated and approved as 'just boys being boys', nothing more. Skin Worship has replaced character, false gods have been put up by the Lucifarians and the Boehners and Cantors and the McCartheys and the McConnells wish to polish their noses 'on the shinny piece of metal'.
SMyles Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 10:03 AM
I consider myself a Christian, though I never claim to being a good one. Government is not the place to apply the bible. Yes we have laws based on morals, but those morals do not allow us to impose our "faith" on others. That's why it's critical to understand the libertarian golden rule of non-aggression. Your faith does not give you the right to use force on others. BTW - Non-agression and understanding that use of force is wrong has nothing to do with willingness to fight or go to war when appropriate.
Gazinya Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 11:47 AM
A man once went up to Jesus and said, "Good Teacher, how do I become saved?" Jesus asked, 'Why do you call me good if I am just doing what My Heavenly Father tells Me to do?' I don't know what you think a 'good' Christian is but it is not forcing anything down anyones' throat. Doing is not the same as knowing. Palin and family were 'doing' and that is what was hated by the Lucifarian. They know what they know but do what is wrong. And that wisdom comes from the Bible and is expressed in the Constitution. A Christian does what he is taught by the Word. Anything else is 'boilerplate' religion.
SMyles Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 11:57 AM
I've learned through my lifetime that most have their own interpretation of the Word and very few live by even their own interpretation.
Gazinya Wrote: Feb 10, 2013 3:35 PM
Please try to stay focused on the discussion. The Palins were unknown prior to Sarahs' acceptance speech. She was dynamic and succinct. Then people started to read about her and her family. She was not a RINO, nor a neo-conservative. She and her husband were real people. Honest, hard working and she was the Governor of the State of Alaska, with an 80% approval rating. The Lucifarians with the RINO's savaged her and her family. They attacked her for not aborting her 'mangled' son. I don't give a twit about your 'disappointment' with God and those that live by HIS WORD. Sarah would be a better President today than any since Reagen.

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