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A Scary Thought

Robert1824 Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 2:46 PM
What a crock of you-know-what ! The Bible has doen infinitely more harm to America swince its founding than any amount of pornograhy, sleazy movies, halloween parties , and trashy television programs ever could in a million years . The bible has turned so many Americans into vicious homophobic bigots, self-righteous busybodies who think they have the right to poke their slimy little noses into other people's bedrooms, something which movies and television certainly don't do . It has made so many Americans horribly ignorant, narrow-minded,intolerant and religiously fanatic ,unlike popular culture . I'll take popular culture, however trashy, any day over the stupid Bible.
Charles41 Wrote: Nov 01, 2012 12:05 AM
One generation of homosexuals is the end of a nation. You are so far from reality there is no purpose in talking to you other than bouncing off you to the other people listening. Homosexuals are homophobic knowing as they all do they had the witness of God they were wrong when they started, every last one knew and they all carry that with them afraid others can see in them as all of us can. No nation rises higher than its concept of God, and those few Christians left still willing to testify truth provide a higher standard the rest of society is influenced by. Salt and light, while you denigrate them they protect you from your foolish self consumed self.
ReddestNeck Wrote: Oct 31, 2012 4:14 PM
Do you really think said trash will leave you alone? You're in for a rude surprise.
Sometimes, I wonder if Halloween is supplanting the Fourth of July as our national holiday.

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