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I don't think it is as simple and easy as that. This is between you and Christ, but whether you are lying or not, you are denying Him before men which is the opposite of what He has told us to do. He also says to not worry about losing your life for Him - it is more important to show the strength of your faith when attacked by Satan's minions.
Ferguson residents have provided our nation with a very clear picture of what racism looks like in America today - and it's face is not white.
Some black people show once again that they do not belong in our country. Violent mobs are not peaceful protests. What does protesting have to do with justice anyway? Why don't they let the investigation proceed before they take to the streets like a bunch of stone-age "Palestinians". Obama, true to form, shows his blatant racism and Sharpton and his ilk show up for free press and food. It is amazing how different this country is from just 6 years go. Obama and his un-justice department have set race relations back decades. Blasting the police, because they are trying to maintain peace and order (stopping the looting and protecting peaceful citizens) against people who think they can make justice blind to facts by their antics, is a mark of a nation without laws. When laws are not enforced, people must take to the streets; that is not the case in this country - yet.
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The K Street President

just_the_facts_maam Wrote: Aug 13, 2014 7:36 AM
You and hopefully at 60% of the country feel this way - me included. I think I am most angry at the Republicans for going along to get along - for hoping that people would "like" them if they "got something done". Personally, I am very happy with this do-nothing congress. Not doing anything is way better than what has been being done since Obama became ruler.
Unfortunately, you are speaking of real Texans. Our major cities have become bastions of regressive politics. They will gleefully watch the destruction of all we hold dear.
Perfect! I hear that Pelosi's district is offering all expense paid mansions and staff. Bus tickets for all. Also, the people from California and those other "great" states should stay where they are and fix their own mess. Don't come here to Texas and then try to screw us up too.
Absolutely true in every respect. Fantastic.
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The Mockery of 'Black Jesus'

just_the_facts_maam Wrote: Aug 09, 2014 9:40 AM
I don't agree with the "ninety pound weakling" characterization of Christians. I understand the point you are making, but Christians are some of the toughest people I know (I don't mean California muscle beach tough, but mentally and physically). They just show restraint and try to remember the love that Jesus has for all people. That's not weakness.
Though my CHL instructor said that many cops still don't know the laws regarding concealed carry, the best thing to do is stopped by the police is to hand them your drivers license and your CHL. Most people I know who have been stopped have not even been asked where the gun is located. In fact, they say that the officer has become even more polite, because they assume that if you went to the class, you are generally very careful to obey laws.
How do you propose we put pressure on people that live and work hundreds of miles away from us, in a liberal bastion, and who become more worried about committee assignments and getting elected next cycle than about what the little people back home told them to do? I haven't seen an effective method yet. What's worse is when liberals elected Republicans to office and they do exactly what their voters say to do, which is to be lib lite! It seems that every R sent from a liberal state fights for the dems more than for this country. That's the key. They do what they think is best for themselves; not what will secure this nation and make us "the people than can" again. They really don't think we are capable of making decisions for ourselves, and in light of the idiocy of some people, I'm beginning to see their point. Ouch, that hurt.
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