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Quote# 83044

I’m really sick of all the destructive things Obama does and says, including his lies. It makes me weary, but I won’t give up opposing him.

I wish Muslims and closet Muslims (like Obama) would be content to practice their false religion elsewhere in the world, other the U.S. and the West. I’d also like to see Obama leave for Iran myself. But Islam compels Muslims to spread Islam throughout the world, even at the point of the sword, which the U.S. might get to experience first-hand some day (I pray it doesn’t.)

This country, and the West, used to not have to worry about Muslims and traitors (like Barry) in our midst. Why? Because Muslims used to genuinely fear the influence of Christianity: if Muslims went to live in Europe or the U.S., they were in great “danger” of receiving Christ. Now that certain forces in western countries have succeeded in making our societies more secular, tolerant, and diverse (pardon me for using those particular terms), we are now vulnerable to Muslim invasion.

jeigheff, Moonbattery 56 Comments [8/6/2011 5:49:09 AM]
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Submitted By: Honky McCracker
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Quote# 83042

A public school board in Missouri has banned Kurt Vonnegut's classic novel Slaughterhouse Five because it "teaches ideas that are contrary to the Bible." This action came after a protracted complaint campaign by local university "professor" Wesley Scroggins.

Shortly before 9 p.m. Monday, the school board voted 4-0 -- three members were absent -- to keep Laurie Halse Anderson's "Speak," an award-winning book about date rape, and remove Kurt Vonnegut's "Slaughterhouse Five" and Sarah Ockler's "Twenty Boy Summer." Wesley Scroggins, a Republic resident, challenged the use of the books and lesson plans in Republic schools, arguing they teach principles contrary to the Bible. "I congratulate them for doing what's right and removing the two books," said Scroggins, who didn't attend the board meeting. "It's unfortunate they chose to keep the other book."


Wesley Scroggins, Joe. My. God. 80 Comments [8/6/2011 5:11:14 AM]
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Submitted By: Aspergus
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Quote# 83040

Cryptozoology in the Bible pwns Evolution

Following is a list of animals found in the Bible:

fowled bat
behemoth
leviathan
four-legged grasshopper
satyr
unicorn
dragon
straw-eating lions

I contend that these animals are problematic for evolutionists.

AV1611VET, ChristianForums 116 Comments [8/6/2011 5:09:52 AM]
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Submitted By: Brettt
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Quote# 83037

God has chosen rampant homosexuality to be a key warning sign for judgment of the world as a whole, and not just of individual nations. I have made this point before, but it bears repeating. I am 53 years old. When I was born homosexuality was illegal throughout the entire world. In the space of just half a century this tiny 1-3% of the population have made themselves a global political power with greater influence in the courtrooms and legislatures of the world than the Church of Jesus Christ. This astonishing transformation surpasses that of Darwinism, Marxism, and even Islam in its speed and breadth of reach. To my thinking, this can only have been accomplished by the god of this world (Satan 2 Cor 4:4) who knows his time is short and is making his move.

Scott Lively, Joe. My. God. 48 Comments [8/6/2011 4:07:49 AM]
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Submitted By: Aspergus
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Quote# 83035

Remarks by a pastor who presided over the July 27 funeral service for Lashai Mclean, a transgender woman who was shot to death in D.C. last month, prompted as many as 100 people in attendance to walk out of the church in protest, according to activists who were present.

“Basically, he said that God let her get killed so that people could get saved,” said D.C. gay activist and comedian Sampson McCormack, who attended the service. “And that came after somebody, I think it was a deacon, said when you live a certain lifestyle this is the consequence you have to pay.”

McCormack and D.C. resident Arriel Horton said they knew Mclean and were among more than 300 people attending her funeral service at Purity Baptist Church near Capitol Hill.

McCormack and Horton told the Blade that a sermon delivered by Rev. A.W. Montgomery Sr., pastor of Agape Missionary Baptist Church in Suitland, Md., who presided over the funeral service, offended many of those in attendance, including many of Mclean’s transgender friends.

The two also said friends of Mclean became angry when clergy and others speaking at the service referred to Mclean as “he.” McCormack said many in the audience responded by shouting the word “she.”

Rev. A.W. Montgomery Sr., Washington Blade 71 Comments [8/5/2011 3:59:16 AM]
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Quote# 83032

Hi all, I had a eye opening experience while watching the CNN debt bill pass today. Now before I just say what I was feeling, I want to make it clear there is no agenda to label anyone as the AC, but this really humbled me.

Today on the House floor, Gabriella Gifford was shown for the first time back in action since her "near fatal wound" to the head she received. What makes this so interesting, is that this could happen to any other politician and seem like common ground (since it won't be the first time) when the AC rules.

Again, I'm not making accusations or speculating as to "who" the AC is, just thought it was interesting that the politicians were praising and flocking near her after she suffered throughout this ordeal. It really makes me take notice as to the rapid pace this world is heading to it's demise.

Ok, sign off.

-wrEk-, Rapture Ready 83 Comments [8/5/2011 3:58:03 AM]
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Submitted By: RavynousHunter
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Quote# 83030

KING: We have people that are single, we have people that are past reproductive age, we have priests that are celibate. All of them, paying insurance premiums that cover contraceptives so that somebody else doesn't have to pay the full fare of that? And they've called it preventative medicine. Preventative medicine. Well if you applied that preventative medicine universally what you end up with is you've prevented a generation. Preventing babies from being born is not medicine. That's not— that's not constructive to our culture and our civilization. If we let our birth rate get down below replacement rate we're a dying civilization.

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), Huffington Post 77 Comments [8/5/2011 3:53:03 AM]
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Submitted By: Stormwarden
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Quote# 82986

Mr.Lemon.. I will not judge you coz as a gay man you think you have your struggles....u have your fears and doubts but i will say one thing You were never born gay,no way..its like saying one was born a thief,rapist,killer these are vices that accrue our minds and confuse us.If you look at your past you will realize where the issue is and how this gayness started.I want to tell you that God loves you so very much even with this new bravery you have acquired of coming clean but he will never love your act of being gay..no ways Don he condemns it in the most equivocal terms that any one who embraces it will face his wrath if they don't repent i tell you. I urge you to please seek God's voice on what really went wrong and what you sh'd do to beat these gay desires creeping into you. Remember Jesus is not mad at you no ways he is just waiting for you to say i want to be set free..coz you living in bondage...and only he can set you free.Just call on to him and you will have such a great testimony Amen

Nancy, She Knows 52 Comments [8/5/2011 3:51:33 AM]
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Quote# 82954

Vonnegut may have lost his moral compass during WW2, but he took up the marxist cause during much of his adult life.

Glad to see that the SOB is dead. Now if Harold Pinter and Alan Rickman would join him, the literary and entertainment world would be a better place.

And as for librarians, the American Librarians Association has refused to support freedom for Cuban librarians and for freedom of thought in Castro’s paradise. Too many reds have gotten into positions of power in the ALA and have subverted it into a Castro protection racket.

Vonnegut was never know for his intellectual honesty.

I think the devil will like having the author of “Slaughter House Five” as his permanent guest.

MadMax, the Grinning Reaper, Free Republic 67 Comments [8/5/2011 3:50:29 AM]
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Quote# 83020

Darwinian biologists are very much like Keynesian economists. It doesn't matter how many times their predictions fail. It doesn't matter how often their models are proven to be wildly wrong. It doesn't matter how many times they have been wrong in the past even with the benefit of margins of error consisting of millions of years. They continue to insist that their position is based on evidence even when the evidence demonstrates precisely the opposite of what they have been claiming.

An evolutionist is one who is continually convinced, despite past experience, that adding just one more series of magic evolutionary epicycles will somehow make the whole system finally begin to function in a coherent and reliably predictive manner.

Vox Day, Vox Popoli 75 Comments [8/4/2011 3:37:50 AM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar
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Quote# 83015

As if Texas’ drought wasn’t bad enough, it might be a sign of something worse, some Christians worry. A favorite fishing spot in West Texas has turned blood-red, cuing rapture-ready believers to claim that it’s evidence of the end times.

The OC Fisher Reservoir in San Angelo State Park has dried up, with lonely fish skeletons left in the basin and the remaining water a deep red. It looks like a biblical plague.

“Together now (the dead fish) float in clumps numbering in the thousands in and around that small pool of water that remains — its surface stained the color of blood by the amount of death and algae inside,” wrote John Boyd, of the Midland Reporter-Telegram.

* * * * *

The website Before It’s News proclaims, “Ever seen a lake turn BLOOD RED? First sign of the end of days!!!”

Indiana preacher Paul Begley, whose ministry appears to focus almost entirely on eschatology, sat before his video camera, drinking his signature coffee and shouting “Are you serious?” Citing Revelation 8:8 and 16:1-4, he asks, “How many more bible signs are we going to get? Jesus is soon going to return and will you be ready?”

Begley quotes signs referenced in Revelation 16, saying “The second angel poured out his bowl on the sea, and it became as the blood of a dead man, and every living soul died in the sea. The third angel poured out his bowl upon the rivers and the fountains of water, and they became blood.”

Paul Begley, chron.com 69 Comments [8/4/2011 3:19:13 AM]
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Quote# 83007

Is the SPLC, by its own criteria, the real hate group? It still carries weight in plenty of circles here in America, and so when it categorizes an organization as a hate group, many people of good conscience are influenced by that designation, one which is quite stigmatizing and destructive, as evidenced by the recent events involving FOTF and AFA mentioned above. Yet it is the leaders of the SPLC who are either irresponsibly attacking other fine organizations, or worse still, knowingly defaming them. Who then deserves the title of 'hate group,' Focus on the Family or the Southern Poverty Law Center? Who has been guilty of demonizing others and spreading hurtful, inaccurate information? Whose actions and words have been hateful? The record speaks for itself.

Michael Brown, Joe. My. God. 46 Comments [8/3/2011 3:31:25 AM]
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Submitted By: Aspergus
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Quote# 83006

Now , on the Facebook page attributed to him, ( which has since been removed ) , Mr. Breivik describes himself as a "Christian" and a "conservative." It listed his interests as hunting, body building and freemasonry. The latter is definitely NOT Christian , and like Catholicism , as well as all the other non-biblical religious doctrines , it is diametrically opposed to the true Word of God!


As for his actions , obviously a true Christian would not go out and shoot people in a camp or blow up buildings. That's not what a Christian does. So just because a person claims to be a "Christian," or even believes that they are , does not necessarily make them so.


Pastor Mike , Pastor Mike's Blog 80 Comments [8/3/2011 3:30:49 AM]
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Submitted By: Karana
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Quote# 83005

Scalia's most definitely left-leaning. Why else would he have ruled as he did on signing statements? You should dislike him for his stance on federal bans on marijuana, yes? No Catholic could be a "strict Constitutionalist" either, especially what with that niggling requirement to have allegiance to the Pope (a political figure).

olog-hai, subchat 46 Comments [8/3/2011 3:27:28 AM]
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Quote# 83000

The SS (including their military units) were totally dominated by homos, only German “regular” army, airforce (despite Goering) and navy were dominated by christian-conservatives (why do you think the Wermacht and the SS hated each other? Not because of the uniforms…) the rest were almost all homo. Associating femininity with homosexuality is a serious mistake, media and “intellectuals” only let you see the feminine/gay (happy) side of it, they never let you see the deranged super-masculine side of it.

Pete, Moonbattery 68 Comments [8/3/2011 3:22:43 AM]
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Submitted By: Honky McCracker
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Quote# 82980

[Jeffs was speaking in court, where he is representing himself against charges of sexual assault].

"I, the Lord God of heaven, ask the courts to cease the prosecution of my holy ways," Jeffs said. "There will be a judgment against all those who prosecute the church. ... I shall let all people know of your unjust ways. I will bring sickness and death. Let this cease."

[Judge] Walther then told him that "if you call for the jury's destruction" while the jury -- who will decide if Jeffs is guilty on two counts of sexual assault on a child -- is present, "you will be removed from the courtroom."

The defendant responded by saying, "I am not threatening. I am releasing a message."

Warren Jeffs, CNN 91 Comments [8/1/2011 4:50:58 PM]
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Submitted By: ange
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Quote# 82963

Of course, you certainly aren’t allowed to say or portray any homosexuals in a bad light in Western Civilization anymore (truth not allowed).

No Christian thinking allowed!!!! No Christian worldview allowed, although it is what made Europe great and their later adoption of “God is Dead” delivered the reign of Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Pot, Mussolini, etc....100,000,000 murdered, but that’s ok with “let’s try man’s standard of right and wrong again, [Jerry] Brown”...

America the most perfect and free government in history based on the idea of Just Law and Supra Positive Law and Brown thinks he is more intelligent than the Founding Fathers genius combined?????? and his is the highest law of the land....is he claiming himself “god”?

God’s standard of Right and Wrong is the Rule of Law—Just Law—in AMERICAN legal system up until Legal Positivism and the Progressive/Socialists twisted the meaning and intent of the Constitution with Holmsian (non) logic....and the start of this Rule of Man instead of the Rule of Law.

—the Bible is now hate speech (No first Amendment for Christian children in public schools NONE!!!!!.....Forced agenda in public schools to indoctrinate young children into thinking the unnatural is “natural”...up is down—so they will believe any lies the Marxists spin....no God views—cuz you have NO natural rights cuz that comes from God.

By Jerry—teach little kids all about sodomy so they think it’s cool and not icky and try it—monkey see, monkey do— Brown.

BTW, how many children did Jerry raise? and does he even have any genetic interest in the future—any grandchildren? Shouldn’t men with only an interest in here and now, not be allowed to be a politician which affects the future of civilization? Maybe there should be laws against people holding office who don’t take part in raising children since they don’t understand how their stupid laws and regulations will affect the thinking of children.....such a profound power for people who can’t understand the consequence of their actions.

Genetic ties give a person an interest in leaving a better country for posterity-—but not if you have no children or ties to “family” ==what the Marxists are trying to deliberately destroy—the support system needed to defy government totalitarianism. They want power and to dictate what little johnny is allowed to think....yes, sodomy is what they want to put into his mind so they can create a playground for themselves with the children. (Pink Swastika)and Marcuse. Evil is afoot again....guess it always has been—it just has total control of government now.

savagesusie, Free Republic 77 Comments [8/1/2011 3:23:18 AM]
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Submitted By: Honky McCracker
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Quote# 82955

Hitler was no Christian. He hated Christianity. He was having the Bible rewritten to endorse himself as the messiah. No one but narrow minded anti-Christian bigots, like Vonnegut and Bill Clinton, seek to perpetrate this slander against the Christian faith.

hinckley buzzard, Free Republic 76 Comments [8/1/2011 2:42:26 AM]
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