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Bowing Before the Almighty Jon Stewart

rosalyn3 Wrote: Nov 21, 2014 6:51 PM
The fellow I find really hateful towards conservatives and people of faith is Maher. Stewart is clever, quick and is certainly a liberal. He also seems condescending....most liberal think of themselves as elite intellectuals. But he doesn't seem hateful. He's the Dennis Miller of the left. Mostly I don't get upset about the left fawning over their own...we all enjoy being with like minded people.
Michelle, I so appreciate your detailed reporting and impeccable research. You go girl!
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Meet the Snobocrats

rosalyn3 Wrote: Nov 20, 2014 12:04 PM
As stated in the Declaration;" Mankind is more disposed to suffer, while Evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the Forms to which they have become accustomed". For the most part, we have been frogs in the proverbial pot. And we have allowed ourselves to become ignorant and distracted by bread and circuses.
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Meet the Snobocrats

rosalyn3 Wrote: Nov 20, 2014 11:54 AM
Even the conservatives have been consumed by the fire of power in D.C. I like to believe they come there with good intentions...but the streets of hell.... To make the government smaller, to make it less intrusive and less in control of the people is to reduce the power. It appears most cannot resist.
A friend of mine years ago said we were living on the banked spiritual capital of generations before us and we've got it down to almost zero. The civility and understanding of social graces and our Judeo Christian heritage are past on by fewer and fewer parents. So many have turned against our American culture. I see glimmers of hope in our young Christians. But they keep importing those of differing values and religion and saying we have to make them equal or better than our own culture. The world is upside down.
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Black Thugs Aren't Black Heroes

rosalyn3 Wrote: Nov 19, 2014 4:31 PM
The Declaration of Independence uses a phrase; We are endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights..." If God is entirely removed from education, then humanism is what is taught by exclusion. Humanism says men choose what is right and wrong. Mighty leaky vessel to put such trust in. Right and wrong become personal options. Not good. Children naturally choose selfishly. Without clear guide lines, allowed to believe they are the ultimate arbiter of right and wrong, they will say to all who dare to restrain them "SEZ WHO!?"
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Black Thugs Aren't Black Heroes

rosalyn3 Wrote: Nov 19, 2014 11:36 AM
We've been teaching children for years in a million different ways that the individual gets to choose what is right or wrong. They end up believing that no one can tell them what to do and authority of any kind is not good and is against them. How many children's movies and stories end up saying "look inside yourself and find what is right for you". Well with no guidance or respect for others that is disastrous.
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Racial Quota Punishment

rosalyn3 Wrote: Nov 18, 2014 11:44 AM
Too many people in general want to throw out anything remotely "traditional" whish includes manners and civility.
So why would we want one of those? What you mean is, just as any human being, male or female, we want power and control. Men having physically more power, start with an edge in the power category. Nobody likes a control freak and control freaks also get offended easily and can be very bitter about it.
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Islam Comes to the National Cathedral

rosalyn3 Wrote: Nov 14, 2014 11:49 AM
I feel for you, but how is it you continue to support a church that officially abandoned the truth of the Gospel long ago. I attended an Episcopal church as a guest in Texas one year. After the church higher ups decided to embrace homosexuality, this church body separated from the Episcopal Church. When a church teaches "another gospel", its time to leave.
Exactly.
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