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President Diva

Servo69 Wrote: May 16, 2012 5:19 PM
I have always imagined that pardons will be flying out of the White House during the last few days of his term. Just think of his 'to do' list: Mumia Abu-Jamal, Eric Holder, assorted czars... Maybe people that don't even need a pardon, people he just wants to reward symbolically., like Bill Ayers. A "Who's Who" list of Marxists, communists, radicals, and assorted trash.
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Banning Crosses, Erasing History

Servo69 Wrote: May 16, 2012 4:57 PM
Maybe some atheists are mad because when people perform some little religious activity they feel left out. And they don’t like it! They don’t like feeling like an outsider! They don’t like being reminded they’re not a member of the group, a group which… they… didn’t.. want to belong to in the first place? OK. Now I’ve confused myself by trying to use reason to figure out how these nut-cases think.
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Banning Crosses, Erasing History

Servo69 Wrote: May 16, 2012 4:57 PM
No, to borrow a Progressive term, these radical atheist groups are in fact Hate Groups. They hate God. They hate religion. They hate people who are religious. They hate ever having to hear anything related to religion. They must be some of the most miserable people alive. If they were truly happy why would they care so much if people perform their silly ceremonies and celebrations? No one is forcing them to acknowledge a high power. If the majority of people want to have a prayer the atheists can pause for a moment until the prayer is over. It only lasts a second or two. The religious people aren’t deeply offended that the atheists didn’t join in.
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Banning Crosses, Erasing History

Servo69 Wrote: May 16, 2012 4:56 PM
I believe most atheists couldn't care less about monuments and memorials. The sight of a cross on a group's logo does not make them quake with rage. It's historical. It's part of the culture. They see such things as simply a part of society which doesn't necessarily apply to them. Then you have the militant atheists. These fanatics are no different than any other extreme group. They are fixated on a single goal; removing the tiniest mention of religion, esp. Christianity, from even the most loosely affiliated government activity. Why would someone who doesn't believe in something be so worried that other people might? It isn't as if Christians are assaulting atheists in the streets and making their lives a living hell.
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May Madness and Mothers Gone Mad

Servo69 Wrote: May 11, 2012 2:00 PM
"For instance, last night, after finishing his project at 10 p.m. (yes, way past his bedtime), our 10-year-old son let us know he had to take 25 "poultry items" to school today." Um... too bad? Maybe next time you'll mention it sooner?
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Lugar Defeat Sends Many Messages

Servo69 Wrote: May 10, 2012 9:48 AM
"Lugar Defeat Sends Many Messages" How about this one: Dear Republicans, Stop voting like Democrats. Sincerely, The Voters.
That's a very good point. Obama had meetings, read poll numbers, strategized with his people, probably waited to see what would happen with Lugar, and then made a calculated decision to go with it. So, even if you are ecstatic that President Obama "came out' for gay marriage yesterday you need to remember one thing: If Obama thought it would guarantee him a second term - he would toss his next pro gay marriage speech right into the shredder. You can take that to the bank.
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Chen

Servo69 Wrote: May 04, 2012 8:41 AM
It grieves me to say this; Chen Guangcheng is as good as dead.
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Deport the GOP Establishment

Servo69 Wrote: May 03, 2012 7:43 AM
I don't get it. Ann is devoutly in favor of Mitt Romney's election. How is he NOT part of the GOP establishment? By what measure is he separate from them?
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Obama's Savage Administration

Servo69 Wrote: May 02, 2012 12:10 PM
I remember that!
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