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You won't find "The Trinity" either, but you agree with Catholics that it is the truth about the nature of God. You will find, in 1 Timothy 3: 15, that St. Paul refers to "the house of God, which is the church of God, the pillar and ground of the truth," in King James Bible. No, it doesn't say "Catholic," nor any other denomination. A different issue from this one.
Nobody was killed, so how could it be the "gun nuts?" Just a bunch of thugs who can't shoot straight, fortunately.
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Hillary Clinton's Big Benghazi Lie

observer3 Wrote: May 09, 2013 9:23 AM
Have her testify again and she'll say she was on the ground herself, dodging sniper fire from offended muslims screaming about the video.
It isn't a question of "shutting down green energy," it is a recognition that the solar, wind, and other energies are far from capable of taking on the demands of industry and transportation needs. Those technologies need breakthoughs of innovation than can't be subsidized into existence. For the time being, we need to maximize carbon fuel use, efficiently and safely, until the Thomas Edison of alternative energy cracks the code.
I argued with some "progressives" on a forum over the weekend, and, along with the standard profanity and indignation about "butting in to a private decision" a few tried to steer the issue toward such babies having severe or imminently fatal conditions which equate to euthanasia decisions by the mother and doctor. I pointed out that Ms LaPolt was neither asked about that, nor did she try to distinguish such situations from a baby who only needs standard postnatal care after the failed abortion. They then insisted that LaPolt doesn't speak for Planned Parenthood. Are they disavowing what she said?
Has she ever written a paycheck, or paid any other business expense to anyone?
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Losing Patience With the New Pope

observer3 Wrote: Mar 20, 2013 9:35 AM
The secular world will never approve of the Catholic Church until they allow the first lesbian archbishop to perform the sacrament of abortion on her partner.
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Same-Sex Marriage Needs Voters' Stamp

observer3 Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 9:32 AM
Ms Saunders highlights the issue which keeps getting swallowed in the same-sex marriage rhetoric. If the states cannot define marriage by gender because it is a "fundamental right to marry" then they will next be deprived of the ability to limit the number of persons who can be married to each other, as well as a minimum age. Potentially chaotic ripple effects would ensue in laws defining child custody, inheritance, insurance benefits, joint property and other matters, all because a court declared "the right to marry anyone" as an existing constitutional guarantee.Let each state choose whether to amend its marriage law to allow same-sex couples; and let those who can't marry in their own state get it done in a state which provides for it.
I've read that argument in one of the email "video" ads from a financier who says he greatly dislikes Obama but believes he will be lauded for this energy bonanza despite his inclination to oppose it; and might even be able to get Michelle elected to succeed him. I hope he's half right--that the boom happens over Obama's politically suicidal opposition.
So does your brain tell us how much taxation is "adequate?" Or does it just filter out any evidence which shows you that there are some wasteful expenditures and irresponsible takers? The woman with 15 kids by multiple deadbeat fathers? Maybe there aren't 15, and they don't get national attention for their stupidity, but there are a whole lot of these welfare baby factories out there.
Looks like something SNL's "Ladies Man" would have said. Is that Courvoisier he's swilling, waiting for is lady to come back from the clinic? "Uh, yeah, I'm glad you took care of that little problem you were trying to tell me let's get on with it"
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