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Despite his money and his notoriety, Moore is an ignorant loser. That is why he attacks anyone and anything that represents the values that have made America the greatest country in the world. Moore personifies the antithesis of those values.
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Conservatism Is Now Everywhere

RAY USA Wrote: Jan 29, 2015 8:51 AM
Emmett: When there were only Buckley, Friedman and a few other conservatives around, our government was much smaller. It's intrusion into our lives was much less. The Federal government had not taken control of education, healthcare and welfare. There were no Obamaphones and we had not been invaded by Mexico. The rise in conservatives corresponds with all of the changes that I note above. But, even for all the conservative pundits and politicians, we are like the little Dutch boy putting fingers in the holes in the dikes. The monster of big government continues to wash over us.
Remember, Bergdahl was a Private First Class when he deserted. He "earned" his Sgt. rank while collaborating with the enemy. As a former buck sergeant in the US Army, I am offended by the media referring to this guy by a rank that was earned while collaborating with the enemy. Bergdahl needs to be busted in rank and then sent to prison
Remember Bergdahl was a Private First Class when he deserted. He "earned" his Sgt. rank while collaborating with the enemy. As a former buck sergeant in the US Army, I am offended by the media referring to this guy by a rank that was earned while collaborating with the enemy. Bergdahl needs to be busted in rank and then sent to prison.
This is just another example of why Ozero's administration is the "gang that couldn't shoot straight".
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Why ‘Gay Marriage’ is Evil

RAY USA Wrote: Jan 26, 2015 4:23 PM
Darby: I wanted to reply to your post to me. Peter was the 1st Bishop of Rome. Unfortunately, later Popes included a rogues gallery of men, who don’t deserve to be considered successors to Peter, who were evil and corrupt. In the early Church, the Bishop of Rome was one of several Patriarchs and in deference to St. Peter, he was considered the 1st among equals. In the 8th century a document appeared, purportedly signed by Emperor Constantine in the 4th Century that said that the Patriarch of Rome was above the other Patriarchs. That document was used by the Pope to claim power over the other Patriarchs. That document was proven to be a forgery. Based on the history of the Papacy, there can be no doubt that each Pope is simply a man, like any other man. Like all of us, they are sinners and they make mistakes. As an Orthodox Christian, I respect the Catholic Church and know that they are my brothers and sisters and unlike some other Christian Churches, the Catholics have not abandoned the teachings of Christ, but I worry about the possibility that crucial Biblical doctrine can be changed by one man and that such a future change could gravely harm the Catholic Church.
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Why ‘Gay Marriage’ is Evil

RAY USA Wrote: Jan 26, 2015 3:50 PM
Sorry. I accidentally posted this twice.
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Why ‘Gay Marriage’ is Evil

RAY USA Wrote: Jan 26, 2015 3:49 PM
Darby: Of course, He wasn’t kidding. Peter was the 1st Bishop of Rome. Unfortunately, later Popes included a rogues gallery of men, who don’t deserve to be considered successors to Peter, who were evil and corrupt. In the early Church, the Bishop of Rome was one of several Patriarchs and in deference to St. Peter, he was considered the 1st among equals. In the 8th century a document appeared, purportedly signed by Emperor Constantine in the 4th Century that said that the Patriarch of Rome was above the other Patriarchs. That document was used by the Pope to claim power over the other Patriarchs. That document was proven to be a forgery. Based on the history of the Papacy, there can be no doubt that each Pope is simply a man, like any other man. Like all of us, they are sinners and they make mistakes. As an Orthodox Christian, I respect the Catholic Church and know that they are my brothers and unlike some other Christian Churches, the Catholics have not abandoned the teachings of Christ, but I worry about the possibility that crucial Biblical doctrine can be changed by one man and that such a future change could gravely harm the Catholic Church.
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Why ‘Gay Marriage’ is Evil

RAY USA Wrote: Jan 26, 2015 3:44 PM
Actually the Orthodox Christian Church is the closest to the church that Jesus' followers founded two millennia ago. The Orthodox Church never had a reformation because unlike the Catholic Church it never became so focused on worldly power that corruption required a reformation. The Orthodox Church has not changed any of its doctrine in over 1200 years because to do so requires an Ecumenical Council and none have been held since the 8th Century. The biggest weakness of the Catholic Church revolves around the singular power of the Pope. Someday, the Catholic Church will elect a Pope, who will be their Obama. This future (or even present day) Pope will authorize homosexual marriage and perhaps abortion. This kind of change in doctrine can’t happen in the Orthodox Church because all bishops would have to agree to the change. When all other Christian Churches have abandoned Biblical teaching, the Orthodox Church will still live by Christ’s teaching.
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Why ‘Gay Marriage’ is Evil

RAY USA Wrote: Jan 26, 2015 3:19 PM
Actually the Orthodox Christian Church is the closest to the church that Jesus' followers founded two millennia ago. The Orthodox Church never had a reformation because unlike the Catholic Church it never became so focused on worldly power that corruption required a reformation. The Orthodox Church has not changed any of its doctrine in over 1200 years because to do so requires an Ecumenical Council and none have been held since the 8th Century. The biggest weakness of the Catholic Church revolves around the singular power of the Pope. Someday, the Catholic Church will elect a Pope, who will be their Obama. This future (or even present day) Pope will authorize homosexual marriage and perhaps abortion. This kind of change in doctrine can’t happen in the Orthodox Church because all bishops would have to agree to the change. When all other Christian Churches have abandoned Biblical teaching, the Orthodox Church will still live by Christ’s teaching.
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