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It seems that the AHA somehow believes that a child assembling an assortment of gifts for another less fortunate child is the equivalent of the federal legislature passing a law forcing religion on an unsuspecting electorate. I wonder if they’re aware that their lawsuits are in violation of the same first amendment by preventing Christians their right to the free exercise of their religion, which in part includes charity toward those less fortunate. I also wonder what plan the AHA has to replace the Samaritan’s Purse program. Or would they have the less fortunate simply do without? Shoeboxes my wife and I assembled are packed and ready to be delivered to our local church. God bless Samaritan’s Purse.
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An Old 'New' Program

Scrivener13 Wrote: Nov 05, 2013 8:22 AM
Much is being said in reference to the "old wine in new bottles" metaphor. I think the idea is that what Dr. Sowell is trying to say is that this is an old “stuff” being pedaled in new packaging. In other words, it has no biblical reference. Though I must agree, old wine IS better.
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Obama In Wonderland

Scrivener13 Wrote: Oct 24, 2013 9:34 AM
“The administration is asking for a lifeline from the private sector to offer technical help.” So it seems that this administration, who staunchly believes that gub-mint is the answer for everything, is being forced to look to the private sector, who they unabashedly despise, for help. Kind of humbling, don’t you think?
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Hang One, To Encourage the Others

Scrivener13 Wrote: Oct 24, 2013 9:05 AM
Based on my limited exposure to the rules of logic, it would seem that Ms. Coulter’s position toward the failings of the Republican Party is sound. Given that, I have only one question; do we always have to see a photo of Obama with every article no matter what the topic? I’d rather see a picture of a nice puppy or perhaps a rubber ducky than Ol’ Bambi’s visage. Admittedly, there’s nothing worse than seeing Obama’s bride, The Wookie, as a lead in for an article, but that’s a story for another day.
“As for calls that Sebelius be fired, [WH chief of staff] Daley said that would be like firing the captain of the Titanic ‘after the ship hit the iceberg.’" Can we safely assume that the administration is admitting that the ACA I sorely damaged goods and is on its way down; that there is no hope for Obamacare?
I think he oughta be shipped back to Austria, but then, do we really want to start another war, this time with Austria?
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Calling Fraud for What It Is

Scrivener13 Wrote: Oct 20, 2013 9:20 AM
"While in Congress, Madison was a key figure in the creation of the Bill of Rights. His leadership lead to the creation of the Republican Party that we see today..." http://www.american-presidents.com/james-madison/
It seems to me that if anyone wanted the Redskins to change their name, they should save their nickles and dimes and buy the team. Then they could do whatever they want with the team's name. Until then methinks they should shut up!
It’s going to be interesting how the wet diaper sitting in the Oval Office is going to spin this; blame the Republicans. It’s not Boehner ordering these places shut down. Something I fine equally troubling is that the park rangers (and other LEOs) lack the courage to say, “This is wrong,” and disobey the lunacy. If the Founders were this cowardly we’d still be under British rule.
So, if we do away with the gun culture in this country, what will movies be about? Will we want to pay good money to see them? It's clear that these "celebs" are being paid and directed to say these things, fully unaware that they're cutting their own throats. Stupid people.
“It takes one to know one.” That’s a curious statement. It implies that from your perspective Palin is a dingbat. If your claim is true, that “it takes one to know one," what does that make you?
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