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It seems to me one has to judge a person by his actions, not his words. By Obama's actions, he seems far more Islamic than Christian. I hope he will demonstrate I am wrong, but I am not holding my breath.
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The White House's Week Ahead

SamT2 Wrote: Feb 22, 2015 8:54 AM
There may be many things wrong with our country, but there is a constitutional mechanism to correct them. Destroying the careful balance of the constitutional establishment of three independent branches with the magic pen is not one of them. Judges are suppose to examine actions according to the constitution as it is written. Judge Andrew Hanen did that. I have not heard any of the demagogues attack him on his ability to read clearly the intent of this document. Shame of the liberal press and democrats for not understanding what our forefathers put in place.
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A Failure to Confront Evil

SamT2 Wrote: Feb 20, 2015 9:37 AM
A good article. One criticism. The author says, "Instead of dealing with that and thereby trying to understand how to defeat them, President Obama and his administration are still trying to understand them." I do not believe that is true. Their problem is they have a preconceived "understanding" of the peaceful intentions of Islam, and are trying to reconcile their preconceived notion with the actual actions apparent to all. Since this is impossible, they will never arrive at understanding.
It is my understanding that powered cheese starts off as cheese, is liquefied, combined with whey (itself a by-product of the cheese making process), sprayed through an atomizer, and then the droplets dried by blasts of hot air. The result is definitely a processed food, but then so is cheese (or homogenized milk for that matter). But it appears to be made from natural ingredients. So it is clear that all of the senior Obama's like to lie, even when it serves no point. I hope the next generation does better.
Right on.
Could it be that the White House wasn't consulted because Speaker Boehner didn't want the White House to interfere and bring pressure in advance on Netanyahu to decline the invitation? As it now stands, Netanyahu has agreed to come, and cannot easily back out without embarrassing the only real ally Israel has, which is the Republican Congress. So the smartest man in Washington (Obama by his assessment of himself) got outsmarted. Ta-Ta.
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Fetal Pain is Grounded in Science

SamT2 Wrote: Jan 22, 2015 9:46 AM
I do not understand why the liberal media object to this humane bill. If a woman gets herself pregnant, even by rape, this bill would allow her 20 weeks to get an abortion before the ban kicks in. This seems to me to be plenty of time to realize the pregnancy and take action if she feels she must. What gives?
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Healing the Racial Divide

SamT2 Wrote: Jan 22, 2015 9:35 AM
I hope sometime in my life we will all forget whose skin is what color or what ethnicity, and simply be all Americans. If you walk around with a chip on your shoulder, someone is sure to knock it off.
A problem Islam has is its "Holy Book" advocates just the type of violence that went down. The president of Egypt (a Muslim) recognized this in a recent speech, calling on the Muslim/Islam world to condemn the murderous actions of those who wish to practice this aspect of the religion. His has been pretty much a lone voice. Our president, who's dad was a Muslim, may be torn in his heart between his allegiance to the Bible and the Koran.
The man is a socialist and apparently does not adhere to the concept of free speech. If the religious leaders get to declare what is and is not allowed when speaking of religions, should not the politicians get to decide what speech is allowed in politics? I feel sorry for American Catholics who have to put up with this ignorant man until the Lord intervenes.
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