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Who Shut Down the Government?

Phillip91 Wrote: Oct 04, 2013 9:04 AM
It's hard to articulate your side of the story when those that control dissemination of that story to the overall populace don't tell it, and only tell the other side of the story. I honestly don't think the GOP has an articulation problem, they have a PR problem, and a worldview problem. Their PR differs from the worldview of the MSM, so their message gets muted and distored, so that the worldview of the MSM is the only thing that gets offered up to a gullible and ignorant populace.
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Escaping 'Government' Schools

Phillip91 Wrote: Oct 02, 2013 9:15 AM
What is missing from this argument is the fact that the parents of most failing students in failing schools are MIA. Divorce and single parent households and the destruction of the traditional nuclear family have destroyed our schools and our nation. We have dumbed ourselves down to where people have a goal of getting through school as quickly as possible and learning as little as possible. We've got all this technology and tools to learn with, but more people are functionally illiterate today than ever.
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"It's a Sin, but I'm not Against It"

Phillip91 Wrote: Aug 27, 2013 2:27 PM
That's because this is a Romans 1 debate. God has shielded their eyes from the truth, so in their blindness they don't know any better. Has always been that way, and will always be that way, until Christ returns to rapture the Church.
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"It's a Sin, but I'm not Against It"

Phillip91 Wrote: Aug 27, 2013 2:23 PM
So what you are saying (in an emotional state I might add) is that, "I don't like the rule book, so let's throw it out." Tell us, how then do you define your standard of truth, and from what source did it originate? Take your time in answering, because frankly you just opened up your own pandora's box.
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"It's a Sin, but I'm not Against It"

Phillip91 Wrote: Aug 27, 2013 2:19 PM
Depends which translation you choose.
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"It's a Sin, but I'm not Against It"

Phillip91 Wrote: Aug 27, 2013 12:04 PM
The saddest part of all of this (including the libertarian comments) is that we are destroying ourselves from within. God's judgment is not a matter of "if", but of when. And those that think they are sitting on the fence and saying, "It's none of my business", and trying not to offend anyone don't even realize that they forgot about God. How do you think God feels about your lack of conviction on anything? This is pure secular humanism, where the opinions of men and people outweigh the authority and sovereignty of God. By surrendering your willingness to engage the sinner and to create a public debate on such issues has essentially given license to anything and everything, no matter how disgusting or degrading to society. Sadly, people aren't even asking, "would I want my children to see this filth?" anymore, mostly because people aren't even having children anymore. So long to the reverence of God, and the selfless caring of the Christian, and welcome the selfishness and avarice of the individual in the name of "tolerance".
And that's why he's the most qualified to be POTUS. Their #1 question is, "What is your golf handicap?"
You laugh while they win elections. Go ahead, keep thinking that way and they'll continue to rule your life and enslave you to whatever pet project they have in mind.
That is what the left says about conservatives as they win election after election. They have the votes, and we don't. The candidate who parties the hardest will win the next election. Evidently the guy or gal who is least serious, and takes the most vacations and throws the most parties is the one the left will endorse wholeheartedly.
Seriously? Does it matter? Probably put up Nancy Pelosi.
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