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Speaking Truth to Power

Rich D. Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 12:15 AM
ClownHallBuster Wrote: 3 hours ago (8:33 PM) Preachers should stick to religion. They make really bad policy makers and politicians. ---- You obviously know very little (if anything) about what Christians are commanded to do. Maybe those of the atheist persuasion (a religion - perhaps you are one) should take your own advice.The only thing that you bust around here are the remnants of what little credibility you might have started with. If you would like to seriously debate this, I'm willing...
RGR28 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 7:28 AM
Yes, we all need to be commanded by someone in more authority.
BabyChe'sCrushedSkull Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 9:07 AM
I know it's early, but this might be the most ironic post of the day.
pascagoulapappy Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 10:06 AM
Die Wille zur Macht ! Jawohl, mein Fuhrer!
RGR28 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 7:09 AM
You know, in the end everything seems to come down to power and powerlessness. Who feels it, exercises it, and who feels they dont' have it and are enraged that they've lost it - this loss generally beinf the fault of women, liberals, teachers, poets, philosophers, and all those who aren't interested in having it.

I personally think it would be better to keep your lists of those you hate (e
nemny ilists} more organized and less rambling.

If I were President Obama, I would start worrying about having to attend the National Prayer Breakfast.  For the second year in a row, the keynote speaker has had some home truths that the President should hear -- and to which he refuses to listen in any other forum.

Today's speaker was Dr. Benjamin Carson, who rose from humble origins to become a renowned pediatric neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins.   

So far, only Rush has transcribed some excerpts of the remarks, but they had to have left a mark.  They include the following: