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Catholics Won't Go Quietly

ManimalCrackers Wrote: May 22, 2012 2:50 AM
"And there is more charity and good works done in the name of Christ in one day than is done by hate-mongers like you in an entire lifetime." x1000 Well stated.
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Catholics Won't Go Quietly

ManimalCrackers Wrote: May 22, 2012 2:46 AM
Excellent post, jkash. Atheists and other anti-God types don't realize exactly how much charitable work is done by Catholic and Protestant churches across the USA and the world. We are truly the glue that holds society together. History has shown us what godless societies look like, and it isn't a pretty picture. But... just like God gave the early Hebrews a king when they cried out for one, these anti-Christians may soon get what they want if people like Obama are allowed to continue ruling.
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Catholics Won't Go Quietly

ManimalCrackers Wrote: May 22, 2012 2:38 AM
Because not everyone who claims the title of "Christian" really IS one. Lots of folks may claim to be something, but their lives and actions reveal otherwise (for example: people who call themselves "Catholic" just because their families/ancestors were "Catholic"). I like to call them lower-case "christianists" who practice lower-case "christianism." They don and doff their faith like a smoking jacket, whenever it is convenient. I have a feeling that support for Obama among REAL Christians is quite low.
An important point that NOBODY from any of the major news outlets talks about. This was one of the reasons I was excited about Herman Cain as a candidate. If Obama had to run against a REAL black man, we would see something different than 95%+ of the black vote going to one candidate. Granted, a lot of black voters would still blindly vote Democrat, but Obama without the guaranteed black vote could be defeated easily.
It isn't just you. Though, I'd rather go with a healthy p!mp slap. One for Debbie "Mayonaise Hair" Wasserman-Schulz, too. I don't want to injure them, I just want them to SHUT UP and stop flapping their lying, deceptive, ignorant lips.
"Facts That Even Obama's Biggest Supporters Should Be Able To Admit Are True" Obama supporters who care about facts? Pardon me while I enjoy a vigorous belly laugh! Let's see... #1, W's fault. #2, W's fault. #3, W's fault. #4, W's fault. #5... well, do I really need to continue? Feel free to interchange "Dubya" with "Republicans" or "Tea Baggers." Don't you know? George W. Bush and the Republicans are responsible for all of those things! If Conservatives, Republicans, and Tea Baggers would just shut up, get to the back of the bus, and give The One more time and money, he would save us all (AND lower the sea level!). "Mmm, mmm, mmm, Barack Hussein Obama!"
"Yeah... I'm still waiting for... "peace."" As am I, BrotheWSr, as am I. I used to mock Ron Paul's foreign policy ideas. Then one day I stopped letting the establishment think for me, began thinking it through on my own, and became an overnight Ron Paul supporter.
BO is black?! And here I kept thinking he was a white African. Seriously though, it is too bad the first "black" president had to be such an embarrassing failure. I wish the honor could have been bestwoed upon a more honorable and worthy candidate. Hopefully, the next time a black American is elected President, it will be because of the content of their character, not because of the color of their skin.
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Should We Obey All Laws?

ManimalCrackers Wrote: May 16, 2012 7:44 AM
Slavery as an example of what? Can you connect that dot for me? Not sure that I am understanding your point. Re: "change over time," I have to disagree with your analysis. The fundamentals of the Constitution (& the DoI) have the same meaning and are just as important today as they were when they were written. Re: "Nothing perfect," an insight shared by the Framers, which is why there is an amendment process.
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Romney Understands America

ManimalCrackers Wrote: May 16, 2012 5:38 AM
Exactly. It would take more faith than I could muster to have faith in nothing more than what "science" told me. We know about less than 5% of the entire universe (and that is a high estimate), and we know probably even less than that about that 5%. "Science" overturns and contradicts its previously promoted "universal truths" all of time. "Science" is often more about politics, money, and a particular agenda that anything. But go ahead. Have faith in the fickle god of "science." I'll take the easier route and find out what the Creator of the universe has to say about things instead :)
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