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Quote# 90989

Sorry, but everything ObamaHUSSEIN does is heavily scripted!
Nothing is done that hasn’t been cleared by his Superiors!
The Chinese use their left hand to wipe their asses as well as many other cultures! Obama knows exactly how perverted and insulting he was to Christians when he used the left handed reverse cross! Everyone of his Muslim Brotherhood Associates Loved watching Obama trash Christians yesterday as he does every day! How will he react if someone happens to burn his Quran?

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Obama’s culture wipe their poop with a bare left hand as in China and then wash the hand whenever they get a chance! So they always use their right hand for signs of respect and eating!
Obama is disgusting and Treasonous!

True Republican Patriot, Free Republic 40 Comments [11/27/2012 4:34:44 AM]
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Quote# 90988

[Obama, who is left-handed, made the Sign of the Cross with his left hand.]

In the Muslim culture, the left hand is the butt wiping hand.

Therefore anything you do with the left hand is an insult.

He was sending a shoutout to his Islamic buddies.

exit82, Free Republic 39 Comments [11/27/2012 4:34:33 AM]
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Quote# 90986

Giving the vote to women in 1920, and children in the 1971, has transformed the vote from something that a man did with the understanding of his responsibility, to a form of “personal expression” or communication with the cool crowd.

Ann Barnhardt once made on her blog a strong case against women’s suffrage (her blog posts aren’t searchable or linkable, so you’d have to email her for it). One of the points she made was that when it was one man, one vote, it was really “one family, one vote”. Back then it was normal to be more-or-less an adult by age 21, and typically a voter was thinking about how his vote would affect the future for his family. A major reason the Democrats supported women’s suffrage was to reduce the power of families. With men usually voting for the intellectual reasons of the conservative and women usually voting for the emotional appeals of the liberal, families canceled each other out and an enormous amount of political power was transferred to the young, single, and stupid. The 26th amendment just made this worse.

Perhaps it is silly to be talking about suffrage two days after our republic has had its final election, but this is food for thought when we re-build new civilization(s) out of the rubble. Men (adult men) (who are married to women) (and are fathers) have a duty (not an unfair “privilege”) to take the lead in our families and in the nation.

joeclark77, John C. Wright's Journal 42 Comments [11/27/2012 4:34:24 AM]
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Quote# 90982

Actually…this is standard cultural Marxism, right out of the Frankfurt School. Minority Rule. It’s a divide and conquer strategy, as someone else already mentioned. A white woman has no value unless she becomes a feminist, then she suddenly has a very high value because she is opposed to her former “oppressor,” the evil white male. White males have no value unless they become homosexuals, in which case they suddenly have a very high value because they are opposed to the evil white male patriarchy. It’s ludicrous stuff, but it works because the white males are too wimpy to protest their own displacement. But if enough of them wake up, there might just be a very nasty civil war.

Nicki Thomas, Moonbattery 27 Comments [11/27/2012 4:33:08 AM]
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Quote# 90980

In January of this year, televangelist Pat Robertson informed his “700 Club” audience that God had revealed the results of the 2012 election to him in a vision, implying broadly at the time that the Almighty was less than pleased with President Barack Obama. According to Right Wing Watch, Robertson recanted on Wednesday, responding to a viewer question about his false prediction, saying he “missed” God’s message about the election result.

“So many of us miss God, I won’t get into great detail about elections but I sure did miss it, I thought I heard from God, I thought I had heard clearly from God, what happened? What intervenes? Why?” Robertson said. “You ask God, how did I miss it? Well, we all do and I’ve had a lot of practice.”


Pat Robertson, The Raw Story 35 Comments [11/27/2012 4:21:40 AM]
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Quote# 90973

"Science runs on an established methodology and standard of practice."

Right ... that's why it changes with the weather, doesn't it?

How many times has the Periodic Table of the Elements been changed? how many times does this 'established methodology and standard of practice' add, delete, or modify a previous 'established methodology and standard of practice'?

AV1611VET, Christian Forums 36 Comments [11/27/2012 12:23:39 AM]
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Quote# 90972

Why Christianity is real:

-Evolution is logically impossible because nothing good can be caused by explosions.If I would put a dynamite in a car, would there be many small car-toys? No, it will blow into pieces.

-And if the Big Bang, the planet or star, whatever, exploded, all planets would have a similar look and materials as it. If it exploded, then how water came? It spawned? Or something? The Sun, has more then 90% hydrogen and helium, while the Earth has less then 1%. If it all comes from the same thing, then it would be similar, but it isn't.

-The evolution is just a theory, but in the Bible we read that Christianity is real.It's just a thinking of a single man.

-The evolution theory violates the second law of Thermodynamics, which states "Things are getting older, loosing their potential over time". But in evolution, species mutate to better species, which VIOLATES, IT, while in the Bible we read that Earth will be destroyed, which confirms it.

-From where Big Bang came? What created it? Something must create something, but in evolution, it is beyond belief...

Milan45, Christian Forums 72 Comments [11/27/2012 12:23:29 AM]
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Quote# 90970

[About a bumper sticker that says "Religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich".]

I don’t understand. Global warming is a religion. Homosexuality has become a religion. Entitlement has become a religion. Claiming special privilege because of race, gender, and political party is a religion. And most or perhaps all of these ‘religions’ encourage killing the rich or at least punishing the rich or anybody else who has something that the practitioners want.

Since Christianity gets stronger when one takes the religion out of Christianity, the banner really doesn’t apply to Christianity. And Christianity if practiced according to a Christ-centered Bible-based faith can not
tolerate murder and hate. In all of this Christians are in the world but not of it.

Yet one would suppose this is aimed at Christians.

Snowsnake, Moonbattery 29 Comments [11/27/2012 12:23:00 AM]
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Quote# 90967

[Could you please explain to me how arresting/executing homosexuals is any different than what the Nazi's did (arresting/executing Jews for what they perceived was the Jew's harm to society)?]

That's very easy. The leftist National Socialist German Workers Party genocide was largely motivated by evolutionary racism.[23] Anti-sodomy laws are based on righteous indignation and meant to protect society from sexual perverts and the disease, pederasty and other moral degeneracy they spread/promote. See: Homosexuality and health and Homosexuality and murders and Homosexuality and pederasty and Homosexuality and Illegal Drug Use and Homosexual circuit parties and disease and Homosexuality and bestiality and Causes of homosexuality. I hope that clears things up for you.

Conservative, Conservapedia 34 Comments [11/27/2012 12:22:22 AM]
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Quote# 90966

[Commenting on a bumper sticker reading "Religion is what keeps the poor from killing the rich]

How funny, religion is all that has kept me from killing liberals for years, now that has changed. Evil must be stopped at all costs and killing these scum is now the only way to stop them.

762x51, Moonbattery 67 Comments [11/26/2012 8:20:22 AM]
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Quote# 90964

@rizwan1981 Yup, all women would die in hospitals because their babies would kill them medically. This is a real danger - it happens 1 out of 7 billion times. That's a real, significant danger to women everywhere. Because I'm a liberal and I'm too f stupid to understand even the rudiments of probability. My head is squarely where all liberals heads are - up my fanny. Where it seems logical, probable, that babies kill their mothers and without legal abortion all women will die. That's logical to me. I'm a liberal.

SharnCedar, The Daily Beast 40 Comments [11/26/2012 8:20:06 AM]
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Quote# 90963

1 out of 7 billion are very low odds. Many medical procedures brag about being safe because only 1% of the procedures are fatal. As a real thing to be concerned about, there were some 30,000 fatalities due to hospital acquired infections in the US last year. Those are completely preventable. But because our government is liberal, those in charge are unable to do anything rational or reasonable. Instead, they want to save the 1 out of 7 billion humans whose babies kill them. Liberals govern by hysteria and emotion. They are lunatics. They take one dramatic case and make drastic law changes for it, while ignoring very serious problems that don't excite their hysterical emotions. Liberals are horrible leaders.

SharnCedar, The Daily Beast 31 Comments [11/26/2012 8:20:01 AM]
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Quote# 90962

Nice title, but an abortion always means death. Pro-choice is death.

50,000,000 and counting legal aborting since 1973, and that doesn't include Europe.

That is 50,000,000 deaths, and it's a growing industry.

Be proud you sophisticated free thinking pro-choice death activist.

reconsider2012, The Daily Beast 28 Comments [11/26/2012 8:19:29 AM]
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Quote# 90960

Did you know that the Darwin couldn't even drive a car?

nouveau, CARM 77 Comments [11/25/2012 3:33:17 PM]
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Quote# 90957

any idiot can see that there's a vast difference between humans and apes such as chimps and gorrillas...if they didn't, zookeepers would occasionally get confused and put humans in their cages.

supersport, CARM 55 Comments [11/25/2012 3:32:45 PM]
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Quote# 90954

If you believe that light travels that means you start at the assumption of the intromission theory.

Starting at assumptions is not scientific.

And saying Einsteins theories are empirical is ignorant.

A theory = something not proven scientifically.

Definition of theory:

An assumption based on information or knowledge; a conjecture.

If that's what you think science is, then no wonder you believe in evolution.

Cassiterides, Evolution Fairytale Forum 41 Comments [11/25/2012 3:28:12 PM]
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Quote# 90952

I am very interested in alternative medicine. It has in fact saved my life. But we need to use caution because some of these practices are connected to false worship and demonism. Tapping into other realms and allowing entities in is not something that a Christian wishes to do. Christian Mystics used to practice this? Christian Mystic should not even be a phrase. For more biblical information please see the tracts about Halloween posted on this board.

MamaElephant, Evolution Fairytale Forum 25 Comments [11/25/2012 3:27:03 PM]
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Quote# 90951

Regarding some scientific evidence against the speed of light, from what i remember when i studied science a while back i was told that light can not travel through a vaccum (as sound cant). Therefore i have no idea why people believe starlight travels through space. Astronomers knew this for many years which is why they were searching for some kind of aether.



Cassiterides, Evolution Fairytale Forum 62 Comments [11/25/2012 3:17:47 PM]
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Quote# 90950

Those are standard and have to be put up legally. From what i know about [sungazing], there are no actual health risks, i have a brother who is into alternitive medicine etc and he's been into sungazing for a while. You don't do it for long, the idea is that you only do it for a few minutes (or even seconds) each day. The idea is that it replaces food and drink and is a source of energy.

Moonlight is the opposite - it is destructive. Hence why their is folklore about lunar effect if you look at it. The word lunacy comes from ancient times when the moon was thought to cause mental problems.

[Unless you think our eyes damage themselves through their own emissions, this shows vision comes from light entering the eye, not vice versa.]

There are many other lights, however there is no evidence actually that light travels.

[In any case, emission theory and sungazing don't seem to have anything to do with the speed of light being infinite, which I think was your original claim? We have measured the speed of light and its not infinite, so I'm not sure where you're going with this.]

The speed of light is a theory based on the theory of relativity, which attempts to connect space and time.

The theory of relativity though is just a theory. Theories are not fact. Anything with theory in it's name is not proven most notebly: the theory of evolution.

I could invent a theory now i.e the theory that the sky is yellow, so the ''Yellow Sky Theory''. Obviously this doesn't make it a fact, it's just theoretical.

Most evolutionists though have a hard time understanding what is fact and what is theory or assumption, speculation etc. They can't distinguish between the two, and so they think evolution and any other science theory which has a considerable amount of support is a fact when it isn't.

Cassiterides, Evolution Fairytale Forum 34 Comments [11/25/2012 3:17:44 PM]
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Quote# 90949

Miscegenation- the great adulteration of the White Race. THE sin that YHWH God asked the Israelites (sons of Adam) to avoid, at all costs. Re-iterated in Christ’s day, and noted over and over again- the last time most vocally, by the South prior to 1960, and the Afrikaaners up to the 1980's.

Fr. John+ , Occidental Dissent 21 Comments [11/25/2012 3:17:35 PM]
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Quote# 90945

We teach our children not to be bystanders if they see someone bullied, likewise responsible grownups should not be bystanders as children are presented harmful, misleading and increasingly corrupting ideas. For instance, should a school allow explicit pro-abortion t-shirts? Absolutely not, because even most liberals know in their heart that abortion is a horrible practice, in fact they do everything they can to keep blinders on about its reality so their consciences don’t have to wrestle with the violence involved. There is objective truth, right and wrong, and sometimes our schools seem to have forgotten that. The same is true about homosexuality, if schools allow views on homosexuality to be aired at all, then it always shall be to discourage this behavior and these false identities. If the truth was being told about this behavior, it would be obvious why it should be discouraged and any teen struggling with these feelings would get the counseling they need.

Linda Harvey, Right Wing Watch 30 Comments [11/25/2012 2:58:13 PM]
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Quote# 90939

"The nation comes together, we sing Christmas carols, we give gifts to each other. We have lighted trees, and it's just a beautiful thing," says Robertson. "Atheists don't like our happiness, they don't want you to be happy, they want you to be miserable! They're miserable, so they want you to be miserable! So they want to steal your holiday away from you."

Pat Robertson, AlterNet 74 Comments [11/24/2012 9:44:25 AM]
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Quote# 90938

Alliance Defending Freedom is advising officials responsible for issuing marriage licenses in Maine, Maryland and Washington that they do not have to violate their faith or conscience by personally issuing licenses to applicants who are of the same sex.

Three new legal memos advise municipal clerks in Maine, county clerks in Maryland and county auditors in Washington that provisions in state law allow them to delegate responsibility for issuing the licenses to deputies or assistants who don’t have conscience-based objections to issuing the licenses to same-sex applicants.

“No American should be forced to give up a constitutionally protected freedom, nor should any American be forced to give up his or her job to maintain that freedom,” said ADF Senior Counsel Austin R. Nimocks. “Religious freedom is paramount to every American, including those issuing marriage licenses. They can perform their job without violating their conscience.”

Nimocks explained that society can respect the faith and conscience of the clerks while providing no impediment to carrying out the law.

The memos state that, in light of the three states’ “recent redefinition of marriage to include same-sex couples,” some clerks and auditors “might believe that they face a serious dilemma: either resign their positions or violate their sincerely held religious beliefs by issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.” The memos explain, however, that those officials “can readily resolve this potential religious conflict” by acting on the authority they have to appoint their responsibilities to deputies or assistants.

The memos also explain that if the clerks or auditors encounter resistance in their efforts to resolve the religious conflict, they can contact Alliance Defending Freedom for assistance in light of the First Amendment’s protections for the free exercise of religion.

Alliance Defending Freedom, Charisma News 57 Comments [11/24/2012 9:42:23 AM]
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Quote# 90937

We’re talking about a sin movement here. Would we be ticking off any other collective group of public representatives who had another sin problem: ‘Say Janet boy did you hear the first alcoholic just got elected in Colorado’? It’s preposterous, the whole movement is preposterous, and we got to retain our thinking as Christians. This is not an achievement. Homosexuality is a problem and the good news is people can overcome it. I hope and pray that one day Tammy Baldwin leaves the lesbian lifestyle as so many women have. The big achievement decades ago was to acknowledge homosexuality as some kind of minority, it’s not really a minority, it’s about behavior and behavior that can be changed. I’m sorry to offend the homosexual lobby but that’s what it is to us. This is not a great achievement and it’s nothing to be proud of.

Peter LaBarbera, Right Wing Watch 33 Comments [11/24/2012 9:42:07 AM]
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Quote# 90936

The cause of the sexual abuse crisis in the Church is very likely the same thing you champion in the broader society. Were it not for Liberalism infiltrating the Church (by design), the scandal would never have occurred. When homosexual behavior manifests itself in society, it’s wonderful. But when it happens in the priesthood, it’s evil. Yet every progressive, even progressive Catholics, seem to think the only answer to the scandals in the Church is to impose more of the thing, Liberalism, that caused the problem in the first place. They employ the same “rationale” to the broader society. One step in creating a modern Liberal is to skip the connect-the-dots workbooks in preschool.

St. Gilbert, Moonbattery 43 Comments [11/24/2012 9:39:40 AM]
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