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You idiot. I'm very confident this good woman would not have any problem serving Muslims, Atheists, Buddhists, etc. But to service a pagan ceremony directly, to promote the promiscuous license of a clear and abject act of desecration to the human condition and to that which clearly violates her religious belief, is a clear and compelling reason why she must stand up for her "right to choose"! I'm sure you'll not like the use of the term "right to choose" in this category as you so clearly approve of this "right" for so many wrongs.
Your first sentence tells much about what your problem is. Clearly you have a serious and inane view of religion, as you stated below. You hate religion, you denigrate religion, you spew useless analogies regarding religion. You are a disgusting example of the extreme to which society is heading in general. A moronic society, scornful of religion, demeaning anything that is good and moral. Simply put, you are a disgrace to humanity, let alone any religion.
Well Rodman was on Good Morning America today. He's going back to North Korea "very soon" to visit his great and kind new friend and leader of one of the scariest nations on earth. Mr. Hussein Obama, knowing how much you like killing people with drones, how about considering the use of Rodman in the same way. For example, just before Rodman goes back to North Korea, perhaps you could have the CIA, or Eric Holder or George Stephanopoulos (etc.) arrange to infect Mr. Rodman with a terminal virus that is only transferable by "close contact or exchange of fluids". It's a sure fire way to get rid of these two dangerous and disgusting friends ! Just a thought!
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An Evangelical Pope?

tomloreo Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 7:37 AM
This article, in and of itself, is a direct assault on the Roman Catholic Church. To suggest that any Pope (be it Benedict or John Paul II) is not "evangelical" is pseudo-protestant nonsense. The Church's (all Catholics) efforts to spread the Gospel worldwide over 2000+ years, with much success, is basis enough to be called evangelical. Mr. Youseff, by the inferences made, is a making a clear and open denunciation of the Catholic Church and all it's members and is not the essence of a true Christian. I'm especially disappointed that this dribble is appearing as a prime article in a Townhall column. It is an affront to many of your readers and should not have been given the time of day let alone the space it occupies.
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The Renunciation of Pope Benedict XVI

tomloreo Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 2:34 PM
You're right, Catholics are not taught to accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior. It is something we know for a fact from the time of our earliest remembrance as children and something we know throughout our lives. Your presumptions and challenges are beneath any God fearing soul as you know not what you speak or do. So Father, forgive them, for they know not what they speak.
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The Renunciation of Pope Benedict XVI

tomloreo Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 1:54 PM
Gee, I thought (with our free will and all) it was up to each individual person on earth, through the Grace of God, to decide whether they choose to know and serve God and follow Jesus Christ. I do believe God has left that decision, to each and every one of us here on earth. Including Popes and plain unadorned bible believing followers. The Church does not portend to arbitrate any such thing. His Church's primary role is to follow the directions given to the Apostles by Jesus Christ during His time on earth.
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The Renunciation of Pope Benedict XVI

tomloreo Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 1:05 PM
"Since you say you see.... your sin remains". You have no ability or right to judge whether or not Pope Benedict XVI or Pope John Paul II have been saved by being "born again" of the Spirit. My best guess is they have, certainly their lives of devotion, faith in Jesus and love of every soul on earth, remain a far cry from those who sit back on their comfy cozy chairs responding to such leaders of the Faith after a good football game and a couple of beers, then spew words from the bible, that they clearly do not understand. Nor does the Lord need me to stand up for His Church on earth, the keys to which were given to St. Peter and his successor Popes of the Catholic Church. The gates of hell will not prevail against this Church.
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A Godly Man in an Ungodly Age

tomloreo Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 8:25 AM
While I don't agree with everything Pat Buchanan espouses, there is an air of truth throughout this article. It certainly makes one think. However, I would have ended this editorial with the following correction: "As ever, the outcome of the struggle for the world is in doubt", and now more than ever we come back to ask "To Whom Shall We Go". John 6:69
Paul Ryan's excellent responses to the grilling by David Gregory on "Meet The Press" yesterday (012713), demonstrates his ability to withstand any biased liberal attack with intelligence, truth and integrity. Paul Ryan adeptly and calmly responded to David Gregory's hardball questions, taken by Mr. Ryan as a slow pitch, which was then easily hit out of the park (in right field). This, of course, in direct comparison to Dave Gregory's love fest interview with President Obama while Gregory was using his Presidential access to hide from his illegal demonstration of a large capacity rifle magazine the week before. Paul Ryan is truly an inspiration to any new and youthful leadership in the U.S. House. We need more leaders in North America (I'm C
Star, your article is spot on. The only editing I would've made is in your last line, "is a bridge to a place we'll not recognize once we get to the other side". To continue the thought, we'll also have a difficult time recalling what was on the side where we started. This will leave many of us in a very dark and scary place.
They are both nuts
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