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There's a silver lining in the false narrative, i.e., that women make less money than men while doing the same work. As a fiscal conservative, I'm pleased. If Hillary gets to be president, we won't have to pay her as much.
The "Hate America Firsters" perpetuate that proggy paleo-lib pusilaminous pap. "It's not that liberals are stupid, it's that they know so much that isn't true." Ronald Reagan.
The good news for fiscal conservatives is that if Hillary is elected, God forbid, we wouldn't have to pay her as much.
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Why NOAH Matters!

good dog, happy man Wrote: Mar 30, 2014 6:59 PM
Lighten up, Francis.
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Why NOAH Matters!

good dog, happy man Wrote: Mar 30, 2014 6:57 PM
Rather than getting one's hempen homespun all abundled, good folks need to lighten up, even as they let their little lights shine. Sure, the godless sin-loving Hollyweird heathens have found a way into Christian Conservatives wallets, but we can use it to invite the godless to see the truth. And sure, there were two unicorns that got onboard the ark, but they were gay. Sorry, Lefty.
So Hollyweird found a way into the pocketses of Conservatives. I attended the early-bird $4 matins service at the big screen multiplex church. I resisted becoming an enviro-whackadoodle, a dirt-worshipping heathen or a free-range, fair-trade tofu muncher. I liked it. Sure there were two unicorns that got onboard the ark, but they were gay. Sorry, Lefty. And why can't the gay folk get their own symbol. The rainbow was a sign of God's promise not to Flood the Earth.
Even attending the $4 early-bird senior matins service, it grieves me to put any sheckels into Hollywood's hands, but I saw it. I liked it. Look, people of faith, we live in the world, here and now. So let your little lights shine. The movie isn't going to change or challenge my faith. I'm not going to suddenly become a dirt-worshipping, Gaia-loving, enviro-whackadoodle, GlowBull Warmalarmacist, free-range, fair-trade tofu muncher because of this movie. Yasureyabetcha, they tried, ... but the foundation of my faith is built on rock, dawg, I shan't be moved. Here I stand. Get your shine on. Witness and share God's good news. Sure two unicorns got on board the ark, but they were gay. Sorry, Hollywood.
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Biblical Bad-Asses: Elijah

good dog, happy man Wrote: Mar 27, 2014 12:40 PM
Amen, dawg. We God-fearing Manly-Men need to grow a pair, reestablish and own up to our God-given responsibility. Abdicating your responsibility, you abdicate your faith.
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Biblical Bad-Asses: Elijah

good dog, happy man Wrote: Mar 27, 2014 12:36 PM
Lighten up, Francis. My old homeboy, Martin Luther would say, "Sin boldly."
The FFRF is on a sugar high after they successfully were able to remove those evil Constitutionally-offensive Gideon Bibles from all the night stand drawers at the guest dorms of UW-Madison. They're feeling their oats. It's their SOP and it gets the "faithful" atheists to push the "donate now" button to perpetuate their crimes against rational thought, our God and Country. We enable their petty PC vindictiveness. Inside the Tofu Curtain of the People's Republic of Makistan, (the home of FFRF), we cater to those perpetually offended proggy paleo-libs. I always read the First Amendment as insuring We, the American People, to have the God-given right of the free exercise OF, not FROM religion. Veritas vos liberabit.
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