Quote# 70072

So here you have Barack Obama going in and spending the money on embryonic stem cell research, and then some, fundamentally changing – remember, those great progressive doctors are the ones who brought us Eugenics. It was the progressive movement and it science. Let’s put science truly in her place. If evolution is right, why don’t we just help out evolution? That was the idea. And sane people agreed with it!

And it was from America. Progressive movement in America. Eugenics. In case you don’t know what Eugenics led us to: the Final Solution. A master race! A perfect person. …. The stuff that we are facing is absolutely frightening. So I guess I have to put my name on yes, I hope Barack Obama fails. But I just want his policies to fail; I want America to wake up.

Glenn Beck, Think Progress 66 Comments [2/2/2010 7:23:47 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 70028

[On global warming.]

Anyone who claims, in the midst of the coldest winter in a generation, that the Earth is burning up, is a dangerous deluded fanatic.

V the K, Moonbattery 69 Comments [2/2/2010 5:04:04 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 70027


Tabitha, Facebook 90 Comments [2/2/2010 5:03:52 PM]
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Submitted By: The Chickenman

Quote# 69985

I think that we are in the last days before Jesus arrival! It says in the Bible that times in the last days will be worse then any other time in the history of the world. The sad thing is...The U.S. isn't even mentioned in the Bible as far as I can see. We need to pray and turn to our LORD and SAVIOUR to help and prote...ct. Not the Obama-nation in the Whitehouse...satan knows his time is short so he is going to cause as much trouble and sorrow as he can for GOD's children. Notice how the Christians are being butchered for their beliefs in other countries, and our own president claims we're an islamic nation,not a Christian one? Anyone with a brain can see were he's trying to take our country.

D.E. Martin, Let The Revolution begin in 2010 - Facebook 59 Comments [2/2/2010 3:33:33 PM]
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Quote# 69962

Laura, it is the institution of marriage that really is that simple. Likewise, it is our fallible, human emotions that tend to make things more difficult and more complicated than they need be.

If, heaven forbid, one of my son's chose to be gay one day, or even claimed he felt so all his life and was just finally succumbing to his attractions and inclinations, I too would love him still. But I ask you this, why are acceptance and love mutually exclusive in your eyes? We love our children throughout their lives without accepting many of their behaviors. In fact, it is because we love them that we ache for them when they go astray. We are constantly working to iron out the kinks. We want our children to excel, to thrive, to reach their highest potential. For me, the same is true of their sexual behaviors. I will always accept my child - the child my Heavenly Father knows he can become. But I will never accept his lifestyle should he choose to pursue any sort of deviation of the one man, one woman gold standard relationship.

I too, would want my child to enjoy all the same rights and privileges that I enjoy. But I would not want him demanding their creation if it is clear they 1) do not exist, and 2) will do more harm than good. Nor would I help him to fight for those.

My child is not exempt from the absolutes of right and wrong simply because he is my child and I love him.

Pearl, blogspot 54 Comments [2/2/2010 9:07:01 AM]
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Quote# 70021

Matthew 24:7 says that one of the the signs of the conclusion of this system of things would be earthquakes.

I did the research and more people lost their lives (from earthquakes) in one decade after 1914, than a century worth of earthquakes prior to that date.

Oh, and 1914 was the year Satan was thrown down out of heaven to the earth.

Coincidence? I think not.

OrangeWizard, Gamefaqs 82 Comments [2/1/2010 6:49:09 PM]
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Quote# 70002

[Re. Pat Robertson's comments on Haiti.]

I can’t be 100% certain of all the details of Haiti’s history vis a vis satan worship. However, in my 63 years of living, I’ve heard enough over the years that there’s far too much smoke to be no fire—in fact, the fires MUST be quite serious given the level of smoke.

That’s just what I’ve heard in the MSM over the decades.

This whitewashing of Haiti and it’s past just doesn’t was with me. There’s too much evidence been in the public domain over the years.

The children who die are in Heaven. They have it great. They got the best deal.

Those alive and suffering are another story and all Christian hearts go out to them.

Christian money and goods are pouring toward them.


The bad person is not the one pointing out that it’s a horror. The bad is participating in it. The bad is the consequences from it.

Quix, Free Republic 43 Comments [2/1/2010 4:02:43 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 69980

Let us work from the premise that Adam and Eve were the first two humans. Some points to consider.

1. The concept of inbreeding is based on current biology. We like to think that humans are the top of the evolutionary ladder and hence have the most complex of the DNA strands, but in truth, much lower forms of life have more chromosome pairs than humans. Odd since we are so specialized by comparison. Perhaps the early humans were more "evolved" on the DNA level and multiple generations of inbreeding had no ill effect. Likewise, environmental changes since the dawn of creation may have damaged human DNA to the point that inbreeding produces problems where it previously had not. Since we can't examine a living person from that time, we will never know.

2. Since both in the garden and after the great flood God ordered man to be fruitful and multiply, it is possible the dangers of inbreeding for several generations was negated by supernatural means.

3. There is contention that Adam and Eve had many kids but only their first two sons (Cain and Able) were documented in the Bible. This would be consistent as the Bible does chronicle the lives of men in greater detail and more frequently than it tends to focus on women. Remember Lot's wife? She had a name, but nobody saw fit to record that.

zer0netgain, Wrong Planet 69 Comments [2/1/2010 1:47:05 PM]
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Quote# 69973

This is how they intend to make gay marriage legal in all 50 states by judicial fiat, just as they did with abortion on demand.

Another reason why seceding is not a bad option.

Sparky1776, Free Republic 69 Comments [2/1/2010 1:46:28 PM]
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Quote# 69969

"For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie." Revelation 22:15 (This is a reference to Deuteronomy 23:18, in which "dog" means a fag prostitute.) When Jesus gets back, faggots are going to get their due of death, which is nothing short of what they deserve.

RAHOWARRIOR, Argue With Everyone 57 Comments [2/1/2010 1:46:08 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 69968

Since the Supreme Court ruled that mothers can murder their babies then it's only natural they could rule that sexual perverts could get married. And of course, group marriages would come next, then first cousins, then brothers and sisters. Then all marriages accepted thereby destroying the institution of marriage all together.


Zionsfriend, Argue With Everyone 57 Comments [2/1/2010 1:45:39 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 69963

[On Don't Ask, Don't Tell]

No fags and no fag blood need to be mixing with our GIs.

ansel12, Free Republic 36 Comments [2/1/2010 1:44:17 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain

Quote# 69936

Picking and choosing data from science, and ignoring the rest... is exactly what all the religions of the world do with their source material. Methodist, baptist, catholic, jewish, orthodox jewish, etc... The religion of atheism, belief system based on something that can't be proven scientifically, has so much in common with them it is pretty funny to me.

oyoyoy2003, Gamespy 37 Comments [2/1/2010 1:40:41 PM]
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Quote# 69933

And as for my reference to life beginning from an accident, that's what evolutionists attribute it to- they have many "accidental" theories... Lightning striking inorganic material floating on the ocean. Bottom line is- they don't know, so they attribute it to an accident. What I'm saying is even that first simple cell is so complex that the probability of it being created by accident is less likely than the probability of a tornado blowing through a junk yard and creating a 747.

Trespsycho , Gamespy 59 Comments [2/1/2010 9:35:22 AM]
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Quote# 70107

I think making a comparison between God and Hitler/Stalin is grievous. God CANNOT commit an injustice under ANY circumstances, regardless of how unjust it might appear to us mortals. We see God condemning humans to eternal torment and pass judgement on Him without first recognizing that their crime, the total rejection of Jesus' precious sacrifice---God's own "flesh and blood" so to speak---is an unspeakably heinous act of cosmic proportions, fully deserving of ET. In terms of comparing the value of gifts, someone who rejects a drunk's gift of his p*sspot cannot even begin to be compared to someone slinging the King of Sweden's gift of a 1000 YO family heirloom into a cesspool. And yet, that last act cannot even be called infinitessimal, so minute is it in comparison with the rejection of Jesus.

thrillobyte, City-Data 76 Comments [2/1/2010 5:59:05 AM]
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Quote# 70161

intersex is mostly likely caused by having a family history of gays. God says he will punish people thru many generations of children. I can't think of a better punishment then messing with your genitals.

biblethumping, FreeRatio.org 66 Comments [2/1/2010 5:36:25 AM]
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