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Judas Kisses Capitalism

Wootan Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 11:59 PM
Christianity is nothing if not irrational.
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Judas Kisses Capitalism

Wootan Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 11:55 PM
The immorality of your evil god requiring the suffering and death of the innocent to redeem the guilty doesn't seem to bother you in the slightest. Amazing that you Christians would want to take your moral cues from a being that calls itself good while perpetrating evil. It's like you don't have an innate sense of good and evil and will simply go whichever way the wind blows.
Which was worse - stigmatizing "illegitimate" "b@stard" children or normalizing out-of-wedlock births? Which is the lesser evil? Obviously the GOP's problems with Blacks and Hispanics and women and gay people aren't merely economic but are also due to the GOP's back-to-the-future social policies so it's hard to see how Parker's prescription makes inroads into those demographics. Yes, single parenthood is a ticket to poverty but the GOP wants to grease the skids by outlawing abortion, limiting contraception and banning sex education in the schools. The GOP's attacks on Planned Parenthood alone are probably enough to disqualify Repubs from consideration by most serious-minded voters.
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Judas Kisses Capitalism

Wootan Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 11:13 PM
Who's arguing? If you zombies were capable of arguing you wouldn't be zombies. I cited the passages to demonstrate that mythical Jesus wasn't big on personal property and considered being rich immoral. How do you interpret the "eye of the needle" passage?
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Judas Kisses Capitalism

Wootan Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 10:20 PM
Katie is a shill for the rich, like most if not all of the propagandists here. Jesus may have befriended the rich but he also supposedly said it was easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to get into heaven. How surprising that Katie chooses to blank that out of her philosophy. She also apparently blanks out this part of the Sermon on the Mount - "If anyone wants to sue you and take away your tunic, let him have your cloak also." That's some appreciation for personal property ya got there, Jesus.
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Obama's Own War on Women

Wootan Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 8:46 PM
I'm not the one using stupid phrases like "women in the womb." If you consider conceptuses to be men and women, that would explain why conservatives don't seem too upset with the Catholic Church's aiding and abetting of priest pedophiles. Apparently in your zombie Wonderland, those weren't girls and boys the priests abused, they were men and women. That'll certainly be a novel defense if the Church decides to use it.
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Obama's Own War on Women

Wootan Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 8:40 PM
"She"? You know something about Ken you want to share? You stupidly believe abortion victimizes "women in the womb" too?
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Obama's Own War on Women

Wootan Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 8:36 PM
And if you were for a hooker having an abortion instead of having a kid called No Name Maddox on his birth certificate, you just killed Charlie Manson.
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Not Another Dime

Wootan Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 8:28 PM
Lemmee dumb it down for you. In his last column and this one Hunter defends pink slime. He seems to be in a rut. If you don 't understand that, ask the nearest third-grader to explain it to you.
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The Liberal Attack on the Court

Wootan Wrote: Apr 09, 2012 10:26 AM
I don't recall a big conservative outcry when the Reagan administration was violating the Boland Amendment, although Barry Goldwater did call the CIA's secret mining of Nicaragua's harbors - "The stupidest f@cking idea I ever heard of." - and a lot of congressional Repubs signed off on the resolution condemning the mining as an act of terrorism.
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