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Quote# 91501

These things happen. They are real. Denying them does not make them go away, and the skeptcism of modern society has no power to dismiss them;it simply amuses them.Viruses are naked to the invisable eye, but we know they exist because he devloped the equipment that enabled us to see them. We may not be able to but a demon under a microscope, but God gave us the means to see them.
1.Demons speak in mulitaple voices and in muplitaple languages unknown to the person that they possess
2. Demons exbit superhuman strength
3.Demons hav access to private infromation that a possessed person could never know
4. Demons respond to and obey the authoirty and the name of Jesus Christ
This expirment has been repeated countless times and it has been proved beyond a doubt that,evil sentient beings called demons do exist

Walter Martin, Walter Marin's Kingdom of the Occult page 425 64 Comments [12/18/2012 4:53:48 AM]
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Quote# 91491

Some liberal politicians have extrapolated the theory of relativity to metaphorically justify their own political agendas. For example, Democratic President Barack Obama helped publish an article by liberal law professor Laurence Tribe to apply the relativistic concept of "curvature of space" to promote a broad legal right to abortion. As of June 2008, over 170 law review articles have cited this liberal application of the theory of relativity to legal arguments. Applications of the theory of relativity to change morality have also been common. Moreover, there is an unmistakable effort to censor or ostracize criticism of relativity.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 58 Comments [12/18/2012 4:38:30 AM]
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Submitted By: David
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Quote# 91489

The purpose of this blog is to help wives to learn to honor God by learning to respect their husbands and to cooperate with their husbands’ God-given leadership (God’s design for marriage is found in Ephesians 5:22-33). I only address wives on this blog – for more information for husbands, this author’s blog is available, and, men can check out my husband’s blog www.respectedhusband.wordpress.com.
Respecting our men is a VERY counter-cultural and counter-intuitive approach for most women. We don’t naturally think, speak or act in respectful ways – we are usually thinking about being loving, not being respectful. Unfortunately, much of what we think is loving, comes across as disrespectful to our men. And much of what they think is respectful, comes across as unloving to us. And we sometimes unintentionally communicate a lot of disrespect to our men, and then we don’t know why our men get angry or unplug from us. But God created men to need respect even more than they need love, so we are wise to learn all we can about this subject!...
When our men feel respected, honored, admired and trusted – they will almost always respond (eventually) by being loving, selfless, kind, generous and servant-hearted....
This is a guest post by Daniel Robertson. He writes about Christian marriage advice over at God’s Help For Marriage. He also has a free report available for download: “The 7 Pillars of A Godly Marriage”.

THE SHOPPING INCIDENT EARLY IN OUR MARRIAGE

One day my wife and I went shopping at Costco. I began to lead her in one direction fully expecting her to come along with me, but instead she seemed upset and asked me where I was going. Being the boneheaded man that I am, I didn’t tell her, but instead just motioned for her to follow me. Now she was beyond upset. In fact, she actually stormed off in the other direction. We did most of our shopping separately that day.

I was floored. I went to grab the double loaf of bread I had been aiming for, wondering what on Earth I had done wrong. I remember feeling very frustrated.

Why couldn’t she just follow my lead, I thought. Did I really need to explain to her that I just wanted to grab some bread?

Apparently, I made one other fatal mistake as well. The bread was at the front of the store. You never start at the front of the store. You go all the way to the back and work your way forward.

The point of the story is that I felt completely disrespected. All I wanted was for my wife to follow my lead through the store and not question which direction I was taking her.

April Cassidy & Daniel P. Robertson, peacefulwife.com 73 Comments [12/18/2012 4:34:46 AM]
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Quote# 91481

Last year my wife split up with me. Not my doing at all. Now she has a meal ticket for life, all my money and assets are lost, I've no control over the children at all and only see them at the weekends. I am a highly productive high earner and I've been utterly bankrupted by this

Now, I've spent some time in the Gulf, and I know how it works in Muslim country. And it is much better for men. You retain custody of the children. Divorce is simple and cheap (compared to the thousands I am still spending on lawyers) - just say "I divorce thee, I divorce thee, I divorce thee" to her. Then she has to go back to her parents.

Islamic family law is streets ahead of us. It has none of the problems that we have, where women are directly bribed to break up with their husbands. Nor is the capital of the most productive people in our society, professional men, stolen and ruined - we keep it and carry on investing. There is a certain financial loss to women in divorce.

Also, frankly the thing about being able to take second wives makes things much more convenient. It is common for a professional man to want to take a second wife, especially when his first wife is beyond childbearing years. We do too. Just we have to go there awful rigmarole of divorce and the destruction of the assets we worked our whole life to build up. Not so with the muslims. So long as you can support a second wife you can, leaving the existing wife in place and not disrupting anything at all. It is much better.

I'm quite convinced that family law in Western Christian countries will lead to Islamisation. For me, it would have been much better. I could live with not eating pork for that - I much prefer beef and lamb anyway.

Palfreman, The Daily Telegraph 62 Comments [12/18/2012 4:23:02 AM]
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Quote# 91480

I'm having a bit of a Damascene moment here.

Seriously thinking about converting to Islam.

Just think,

an end to enforced homosexuality,

our lovely lags executed or hands choppped off,

the missus will have to stop her yapping,

Jihad on the BBC.

As a white middle aged, middle class Englishman I stand no chance out there in our glorious brave new world, but as a Muslim I can take on the Liberal Elite.

Tempting, bloody tempting.

extimesreader1, The Daily Telegraph 50 Comments [12/18/2012 4:22:10 AM]
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Quote# 91464

I asked a guy why he skipped "under God" in the Pledge of allegience and he said he didnt believe in god so I punch him right in the face. Suspended for a week but worth it lol. love jesus

[next post]

cant belive they suspend you thats what obama has turned this country into tho. keep your faith

Grant and Zak, Failblog 74 Comments [12/17/2012 4:37:59 AM]
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Quote# 91463

Now that Uganda’s so-called “kill the gays” bill has been revised to drop the death penalty and reportedly add provisions for prevention and therapy for homosexuality, I think there may be room for tentative support in the Christian community in the West, even though it retains jail terms for offenders.

Scott Lively, World Net Daily 35 Comments [12/17/2012 4:37:45 AM]
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Quote# 91442

We’ve got Nazi Axelrodholes like this out there running around and the ‘RATs are still saying that the Second Amendment doesn’t guarantee Americans the right to own shoulder-fired missiles, tanks, fighter aircraft and bombs. My question is, why doesn’t it? I believe that it does. Whatever it takes for you to make sure that you can enjoy “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”.

FlingWingFlyer, Free Republic 52 Comments [12/17/2012 4:32:22 AM]
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Quote# 91440

What if God were not real, well France certainly would be different than it is now; 63% of its people believe in God, 26% believe it might be a God , 10% believe in an Islamic God, and 31% are Atheist who need the imaginary existence of God in order for their belief to even exist. For Atheism to even be valid, an imaginary God must exist in the minds of others, if that imaginary God didnot exist, then Atheism would be imaginary.


Mickiel, City-Data 62 Comments [12/17/2012 4:12:58 AM]
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Quote# 91437

A Richland Hills man has been arrested and charged with assaulting his son after telling a 911 operator he carved a pentagram into his 6-year-old son's back.

Just after midnight Wednesday, officers were dispatched to a home on the 3700-block of Ruth Road after the boy's father, identified by police as Brent Troy Bartel, called 911 and said, "I shed some innocent blood."

When the dispatcher asked what the man meant by that, the man replied, “I inscribed a pentagram on my son.”

The dispatcher asked why and the man said, "It's a holy day."

Brent Troy Bartel, NBC 40 Comments [12/16/2012 4:51:31 PM]
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Quote# 91426

I don't know why scientists and unbelievers do what they do. Most of them are not trying to scientifically prove that the flood happened, they use science to prove it didn't. If they were scientifically honest they would understand that between the salinity of the seas, the difficulty in determining fossil age, and the fact that there are sea fossils on top of the Himalayas, they would see that science in fact proves the flood. Science proves the earth as young, creation of man, and the flood, as a matter of fact. Scientists ignore the science and pervert it to suit their reprobate minds just as the prosperity gospel preachers pervert the scriptures to pervert the word. It stems from the same source: satan the liar and the father of lies
As for the baby animals, I do not think it was any harder to care for them than an adult. Each has their own particular needs. Some theologians believe God put a spirit of docility into them so they could co-exist with each other and with man during the flood confinement. After all, God sent the animals to Noah and they docilely walked into the ark under their own steam. Noah did not have to hunt or trap them. So it seems they were already operating under a command of God. (Gen 6:20). It is not hard to believe their docility extended to the months on the ark and didn't end at the door when they walked in.

Elizabeth Prata, End Times 52 Comments [12/16/2012 6:06:16 AM]
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Quote# 91422

In this busy shipping season, UPS will have at least one less customer to worry about: FRC. After 11 years as our official carrier, FRC is suspending its contract with UPS for openly discriminating against the Boy Scouts of America. FRC tried to resolve the matter behind the scenes, even contacting Chairman and CEO Scott Davis with a letter of protest -- to which UPS promptly replied. Unfortunately, the company only reiterated its position that until the BSA puts a greater priority on the political agenda of LGBT activists than the protection of Scouts, they are not entitled to the same equality UPS claims to endorse. Apparently, the company isn't interested in true diversity but in strong-arming anyone who disagrees with their extreme agenda -- including a century-old youth development program, whose only crime is instilling character into millions of American boys. As for their longstanding policy on homosexuality, the Boy Scouts are doing what every parent would want them to: putting children's safety first.

Tony Perkins, Joe. My. God. 39 Comments [12/16/2012 5:29:51 AM]
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Quote# 91421

Just because Secular Humanist America began to decriminalize sexual sins in civilian law starting in the early 1960s doesn’t mean criminal sanctions against homosexuality are “un-Christian.” Indeed, given the enormous damage to our culture from the so-called sexual revolution, it was obviously a big mistake for us to have done this. Knowing what we know now it is arguably more “un-Christian” to support the status quo than to support a return to the legal framework of the 1940s and 50s regarding sexual misbehavior.
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There is one easy, guaranteed method of protecting oneself from ever being subject to the Anti-Homosexuality law in Uganda: Don’t Commit Sodomy! We all seem to forget, in the dense propaganda haze of American popular opinion, that homosexuality is defined by voluntary sexual acts. Homosexuals are no more compelled to commit sodomy with each other than a married man is compelled to cheat on his wife.

Since the alternative to passing this bill is to allow the continuing, rapid, foreigner-driven homosexualization of Ugandan culture, I am giving the revised Anti Homosexuality Bill my support.

Scott Lively, Joe. My. God. 27 Comments [12/16/2012 5:24:50 AM]
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Quote# 91420

Gee, and I thought it was supposed to be a good idea to pay my house off. I don’t make enough money any more to pay myself rent. I hope they’ve budgeted for body bags, though, because I do make enough to buy ammunition.

Mr Evilwrench, Moonbattery 44 Comments [12/16/2012 5:24:02 AM]
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Quote# 91409

TIME TRAVELERS OF THE BIBLE: HOW HEBREW PROPHETS SHATTERED THE BARRIERS OF TIME-SPACE
Gary Stearman | Defender, 2011

In the late 1960s, while piloting a routine flight from Dallas to Lubbock, Texas, Gary Stearman encountered a UFO, which “probed” him with “waves of energy” and “opened [his] mind to the absolute reality of beings who have what appears to be a technology that’s eons ahead of ours.”

In Time Travelers of the Bible, Stearman reveals that the beings he mistook for aliens were, in fact, divine in origin – angels or demons (he’s not sure which) who became momentarily visible through a transdimensional portal that must have opened just as he was flying by.

Such entities have traveled between dimensions for millennia, Stearman says. Intent on destroying God’s plan, demonic “Sons of God” have for millennia attempted to “tilt the minds of human leaders toward the cause of Satan,” at times even taking human brides to produce half-demonic offspring, including the Greek gods Zeus and Apollo. The Flood wiped out the first generation of their spawn, Stearman says, but now — as prophesied by time travelers like Adam, Moses, Jesus and John — they’re back and gaining strength.

When the Tribulation comes, God’s chosen will be taken to Heaven (which is actually a cube-shaped “mobile city” from a parallel universe, “capable of navigating time-space in the dimensions between heaven and earth”). Those who remain will be ruled by Satan and his minions, who even now wait in Hades, a cavernous realm beneath the earth’s surface which is accessible only to shamans and occultists capable of “popping through” the “dimensional door in time-space” that protects coal miners and others whose work takes them beneath the earth’s surface from accidental encounters with the underworld.

Confused? You won’t be after reading Stearman’s book, which, according to prophecy expert Thomas Horn, “is not just a key, but the key to understanding the elusive scientific and supernatural wisdom surrounding a Grand Universal Theory of Everything that just happens to be located at a pivotal ‘center of the symmetry of time’ at the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.”

Gary Stearman, SPLCenter 70 Comments [12/15/2012 5:39:12 AM]
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Quote# 91399

Degenerates are degenerates. I’ve had these arguments here in L.A. with the faggots. And the MOST known reply back is because they are “different”.

If you were born a man, and you act like a woman, how is this considered normal?

Now if a man was born a man and acts like a dishwasher, car, thinks he’s Superman, a dog, a lampshade, they automatically get straight-jacketed. But as a woman,? NOOOOOOOOOO

max americana, Free Republic 48 Comments [12/15/2012 5:36:54 AM]
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Quote# 91398

I’ve been praying for God to bring us some sign of impending doom. This world is becoming woefully bizarre and absurd in almost every way.

Everything I’ve learned and been taught in my life is now “abnormal.” Life without debt? Preposterous! Married to a woman for life? Outrageous! Kids raised in a home with a man and a woman? Laughable! Eat a home cooked meal at a dining room table with the TV off? So passé!

There’s nothing left for me to aspire to. There’s nothing great to look forward to. This is what the hedonists and sodomites want. They want us to be equal in their misery. Socialism is about shared poverty.

rarestia, Free Republic 51 Comments [12/15/2012 5:36:40 AM]
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Quote# 91392

America was not founded on "Judeo-Christian" principles.
Hebrew-Christian perhaps, but Judaism (which is a completely different,
false religion built on the traditions of men) played no part.

Frederick Wigglesworth, WND 31 Comments [12/15/2012 5:33:18 AM]
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Quote# 91383

I believe America is finished. Bottom line, GOD will have the final say and HE has already told us there will be one world gov, a coalition of 10 "kings". (Globalist plan, 10 unions) We aren't Israel and he hasn't promised anything to our nation. He has promised to take care of his people, the faithful remnant. (We are already seeing the birthing of the apostate church. Rick Warren for example. Read "A Time of Departing")

It both sickens and frightens me what lies ahead. I consider it God's grace that we are forewarned. So that means prepare if you can. Of course we need to trust the Lord. Do you have a retirement plan? Health ins? Stock pile food and water and do it quietly. I expect the the gov will send out soldiers or the private military to confiscate goods. That is if your neighbors don't steal what you have. Post hurricane Katrina was an object lesson. I expect things to get ugly before we are out of here. Christians and patriots will be the "terrorists". Remember the memo sent out to law enforcement? The godless will completely buy into whatever deception is put to them.

I am the only Christian in my family. I have tried to tell some in my family what is coming and of course they think I am a nutter. Maybe when it happens and I can show them where it is exactly predicted in the bible and what the bible predicts is coming next (one world gov is in place before the antichrist takes over and the Tribulation) MAYBE they will be willing to accept the gospel!! That is what matters most. MAYBE the faithful will be able to be a part of a great harvest before the rapture.

I expect to see my country fall in my lifetime. It isn't going to be pretty.



Tranqual, WND 28 Comments [12/15/2012 5:29:42 AM]
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Quote# 91381

Elections are about choice. There were only three choices in this election: Vote for Obama with his entitlement, big government, anti-Christian views; or vote for Romney with his less government, less regulation, stronger military and religious freedom views. The third choice was to do nothing and in effect cast your vote for Obama.

So, was God in this election? Absolutely Yes!!! You may say He offered the American people a “tender mercy.” A tender mercy is a blessing from God that we don’t deserve, but He offers it anyway. America is dying on the vine with our economy in shambles and unemployment at all time highs. We are also in a dangerous situation with our enemies and corruption is running rampant in Washington. We needed a candidate that would help America get moving in the right direction.

But Americans chose a President who is under scrutiny for his actions in Benghazi and the Fast and Furious gun running scandal. They chose a candidate that is Pro-choice at the highest level. They chose a man who ran a deceitful campaign. They chose a man who has demonstrated policies that have hurt the American economy and increased our debt twice the amount of the former President. They chose Obama anyway!

Perhaps they made their choice because Romney was a Mormon? Perhaps they saw in Obama a better chance for them getting a government handout. Perhaps they were pro-choice, pro-Gay rights, or just liked Obama’s smile? We are now a country that leans to the left 51 to 49%. We are past the tipping point.

So where is God in this? He gave America a lifeline…and they rejected it. God is forever merciful, but we ALWAYS have the freedom to choose. I believe that Romney was the tender mercy God sent to help save America.

I’m afraid to see the next chapter of this story. As the polarization widens in this country the time will come when the wicked will have to face the consequences of their actions. Continue to pray with all your might that God will preserve this nation. Our prayers are always answered, but often we don’t see God’s hand until the dust settles.



Jon McNaughton, McNaughton Fine Art Company Blog 26 Comments [12/15/2012 5:29:24 AM]
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Quote# 91377

So what evidence must we explain? Here it is:

The Mercury ice
A vast amount of it
Organic material in the Mercury ice, that did not form on Mercury.

So: several comets, and maybe some water-rich asteroids too, fell onto Mercury’s north and south poles. And those comets and asteroids held organic matter. This begs another question: where did objects like these come from?

For that we have two competing explanations:
Panspermia

Panspermia (from the Greek pas, pasa, pan all, every, etc., and sperma a seed) means “seeding everywhere.” According to the panspermia theory, comets and asteroids, or at least a significant portion of them, hold the stuff of life along with their water. Some of these fell to earth, and we are the by-product. Maybe some of the rest fell to Mercury (and the Moon, and Mars).

But this begs the question of where the stuff of life came from, and how it could cross space, subject to cold and radiation, and still “seed” the Earth. Indeed, most evolutionists don’t believe this. They believe in abiogenesis, the notion that life arose from non-life. But abiogenesis could not possibly explain the organic layer on the Mercury ice. (The primordial soup would be far too cold.)
The Hydroplate Theory

The Hydroplate Theory is Walt Brown’s theory of the Global Flood. According to it, half of today’s ocean water lay deep underground—very deep. Ten miles deep. About 4400 years ago, the ten-mile-thick crust cracked open and let all that water out. It came out with enough force to throw vast amounts of water, rock and mud – one percent of the total weight of the Earth – into space. That water, rock and mud persist as comets, asteroids, and meteoroids.

Brown explains how comets formed in the micro-gravity of space. (Even a hand-sized rock, far enough away from any planet or moon, can become an orbital primary and make other, lighter-weight objects fall into it.) He also shows that such comets would fly off from earth in all directions. That’s why comets today have orbits going off in all directions. And Brown defies anyone to explain the Mercury ice (or the lunar or Martian ice, either) by any other theory of where comets came from. (Brown also knew about the Mercury ice twenty years ago, when NASA first suggested it.)

And the organic matter? Anything from germs to shrubs, that the escaping water, rock and mud carried with it. In fact, Lawrence, in the Science paper, says the ice melted when it crashed, then re-froze, with the dark organic layer on top. According to the First Law of Thermodynamics, it could do nothing else.

Brown confirmed today that the Mercury ice confirms his theory. That means the Mercury ice confirms creation, not abiogenesis or panspermia, as the origin of life.

Terry Hurlbut, Conservative News and View 21 Comments [12/15/2012 5:28:30 AM]
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Quote# 91376

From a believer’s perspective, Christian monarchy is seen not merely as a political institution but a sacramental one. Once upon a time Christian monarchs were anointed, thus becoming like priests of Israel. What their powers should be, or what to do about bad or inept kings, could be discussed; but all along monarchy reflected a society’s recognition that, as Christ said to Pilate, all authority comes from God.

The notion of democracy is founded upon the lie that government is not ultimately personal, that there is no Person to whom “We the People” must answer, and that therefore “We the People” can do whatever they please. That is its appeal to those who refuse to be bound by any external standards of truth and justice, not to mention the lumpen-proletarian multitudes who just love living off other people’s labor.

Democracy is not only unworkable, it is evil. The idea of "popular" government is but the rejection of the sacred in national life in favor of the blasphemous superstition that authority derives from below—in this case, from much farther down below than we imagine.

Srdja Trifkovic, Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture 30 Comments [12/15/2012 5:27:41 AM]
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Quote# 91375

Democracy could “work” if it was a democracy of and for and by the right people, but that model is fit only for the Post-Raptorial Republic of Angels. In a non-Utopian world it cannot work because “We the People” is a corrupt mélange of mostly coarse individuals pretending to be Gods. Democracy has duly ruined the remnant of what used to be Christendom. The final stage of the process is proceeding apace: having divorced reason from faith, the West is rapidly sinking into moral, cultural and demographic self-destruction. The Citizen’s self-validating reason guarantees that there are no checks and no balances.

It is not just that monarchy, under a good Christian king, is the best possible form of government—which it is—but that democracy is always a lie, its exact opposite. It is almost as bad, in fact, as monarchy under a bad pagan king. The fruits are the test. The fruits of Hellenic and Roman antiquity, of Byzantium before Manzikert, or those of the West in 12th century, were glorious. The fruits of our “liberal democracy” are poisonous. Its birth in 1789-1793 is the darkest chapter in the history of civilization. The tragedy of 1914 and the end of Christian monarchy in Russia in 1917 were a prelude to the end of all good things everywhere: a sure sign of the withdrawal of Grace from a condemned world. The only bright spot is that millions of Americans and Europeans—let’s call them demoskeptics—are beginning to grasp that the system is evil and dysfunctional, even if they do not understand the roots of its corruption. For helping that sobering process, if for no other reason, Obama’s reelection is not all bad.

Srdja Trifkovic, Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture 28 Comments [12/15/2012 5:25:41 AM]
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Quote# 91372

It's a liberal fiction that E=mc2 has ever been applied in any practical way. The equation defines rest mass in terms of the speed of light - an absurdity.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 55 Comments [12/14/2012 4:05:52 AM]
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Quote# 91371

Christmas is coming early. Uganda is passing an anti-homosexuality bill as a Christmas gift to its citizens who want the bill.[1]

Uganda had a fertility rate of 6.15 births per woman in 2010 which is much higher than the socialist state of Cuba and many of the perverse, secular libertines in Denmark and Sweden. Obviously, the secular left lacks machismo![2]

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 59 Comments [12/14/2012 4:05:46 AM]
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