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Is Putin the Irrational One?

YeahOkay Wrote: Mar 19, 2014 10:56 AM
The legitimate President of Ukraine was violently, unconstitutionally removed from power by neo-Nazis armed and funded by the United States and her Western partners. The current regime in Ukraine is illegitimate and criminal - sort of like the current occupant of the White House. Vladimir Putin is now the undisputed leader of the Free World. He said "no" to the demonic, once-Christian, once-Free West. Therefore, War is inevitable and God will use this coming War to Chastise the Wicked West.
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Is Putin the Irrational One?

YeahOkay Wrote: Mar 19, 2014 10:48 AM
Neocon drivel.
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The Republican Obsession

YeahOkay Wrote: Feb 05, 2013 1:40 PM
The Republican Obsession? Try the Republican and Democrat Obsession. What is the Obsession? It is called Zionism (not to be confused with Judaism). You basically have a bunch of overfed, overpaid, oversexed, overdrugged Zionist prostitutes running our government and the world into the ground. God's Justice can't come soon enough, for the sake of the innocents that have been butchered and tortured by these satanic individuals. The Sins that Cry to Heaven for Vengeance are in full operation in the West.
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A Godless Party Expels the Creator

YeahOkay Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 9:15 AM
Governments and governors have two forms of restrictions placed upon them. One is legal: that you find in the Constitution; the other is moral, which you find in the Ten Commandments. You are being protected against autocracy now, not by what the Constitution of the United States says, but by the moral instincts of the people who hold the reins of government in this Country. That is why John Adams said: "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." That is why William Penn said: "Those people who will not be governed by Almighty God must be ruled by Tyrants."
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A Grand Old Party in Panic

YeahOkay Wrote: Aug 25, 2012 5:17 PM
The Republican Party never had a chance at winning this election. Actually, they did have a chance, but they threw that chance out the window the moment they marginalized Ron Paul's genuine conservatism. There is really no difference between Obama and Romney and so many important issues. Both have pro-abortion records. Both have an identical foreign policy (it is only a matter of which one will bend over farther in front of Saudi Arabia and Israel). Both are yes-men for Wall Street. Neither one ever held a real job a single day in their life. Neither ever served his country. Both are lying through their teeth.
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The Natural Map of the Middle East

YeahOkay Wrote: Aug 08, 2012 12:44 PM
Buchanan/Paul (or reversed, if you wish) 2012. With Michael Scheuer as Secretary of Defense and possibly Alex Jones as White House Press Secretary. I'll have to think of a few more. In any case, Pat Buchanan is one of last genuine statesmen left in the country. Both Left and Right hate him, but they are also glued to him because they know he speaks the truth.
Most of the Nazi hierarchy were a bunch of satanic homosexuals. Actually, the Nazis, with their naked Materialism and fascination with the Occult and hatred of the Catholic Church, have much in common with the perverted materialists that are running the country and the world into the ground. The lust for sex and the lust for war go hand-in-hand for these elites.
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In the Long Run, Is the GOP Dead?

YeahOkay Wrote: Jul 30, 2012 4:14 PM
Protestants are confused Catholics, you silly boy. Race, Class, etc. are not the problem; Sin is the problem. Man is not the enemy; Satan is the enemy. Left Hand Path, Right Hand Path: both paths lead to hell. All the suffering, poverty, war, etc. could end tomorrow if the world would stop sinning (it doesn't make you happy anyway) and start obeying the Truth and the Church that He established and vested with power and authority on earth. It is really quite simple. Satan tends to make it rather complicated.
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