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Quote# 88085

Elijah Muhammad's national representative, Minister Malcolm X was an icon of the early 1960s. He spoke out against the silly philosophy of "turn the other cheek, love thy enemy", nonviolence.

Malcolm declared: "We declare our rights on this earth, to be a man; to be a human being; to be respected as a human being, to be given the rights of a human being, in this society, on this earth, in this day, which we intend to bring into existence BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY!!!!"

Feminism did not exist during Malcolm's era.
Women did not even wear pants during his time.

When people lived on farms and did manual labor, there was no dispute about who chopped down trees to build the houses & boats; or who drew water from the well. It was obvious what a woman's place was then, and it should be obvious now.


Mayor, Blacktown.net 39 Comments [6/30/2012 8:42:40 AM]
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Submitted By: Kat S.
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Quote# 88083

Before abortions were legal we had a pretty good world. We had people who invented different machines that made life easier and scientists who discovered many new vaccines and new antibiotics there were many great musicians and singers. There was crime too that has always been with us but it wasn't as in your face as it is today. People were nicer and had better manners and most went to church every Sunday. I know I really liked my life then. I remember being so shocked when abortions became legal no one thought it would it was considered so barbaric to kill babies in the womb. The best we could get from our politicians was don't worry your taxes will never go to murder babies so much for their promises today we do pay for them even though we don't want to. Our country really starting changing after that and really changed once those 60's hippies turned into politicians. There was also the new drug culture too. When I was growing up and in my teens I never knew anyone using drugs in fact even in college I didn't at first and then stayed away from anyone later if I found out they were. Things changed slowly at first but these past 15 yrs I have seen massive changes in life styles of the average person. Many no longer even believe there is sin or a moral way to live instead it is live and let live. The last 10 yrs has shoved the gay life styles down our throats and forces us to deal with them even if we don't want to. Now they want to pre select what kind of baby they have. They want to weed out what they consider to be defective or of the wrong sex. I am glad I'm getting older because if the end isn't soon I will be closer to going home by death because I really am having a hard time living in this crazy world we have today. We do still have the power of prayer and I guess I would rather have that than any other type of power.

raml, Rapture Ready 56 Comments [6/30/2012 8:41:52 AM]
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Quote# 88082

Movies:
• Students are permitted to view movies with the rating up to “PG13” and
“TV14”. Students are not permitted to keep or view movies that are rated “R”,
“TVMA” or higher.
• Unrated movies that have an “R” rating or “TVMA” (or higher) counterpart are
also not permitted.
Music:
• Music with violent, profane, vulgar, sexually explicit lyrics or that has a “Parental Advisory, Explicit Content” warning label is prohibited.
Gaming:
• Games with an “Adult Only” rating are not permissible. Other games, which
may contain questionable material, should be played at low volumes and
should not be heard outside of a student’s residence hall room. All forms of
gambling are prohibited.
dancing
Any dancing in social settings such as clubs, bars and lounges is considered inappropriate and is not permitted. This does not prohibit modest dancing at appropriate non-VFCC
sponsored events and cultural settings such as family celebrations or formal occasions
such as weddings and balls. Performance or athletic choreography is permitted by students involved in public presentation of drama, music and cultural performances as well as
scheduled classes.

Valley Forge Christian College, Valley Forge Christian College Student Handbook 44 Comments [6/30/2012 8:41:47 AM]
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Quote# 88079

But now that we're 40 years past Roe v. Wade, many of us can see that the abortion agenda never was about "our pregnant daughters" at all. And it wasn't about creating a more fair, equal society. It was, at root, about sexual freedom with no consequences. A freedom that has cost an entire generation of children -- roughly 53 million babies to date -- their lives. And for what? Now that Social Security is in its death throes, one could argue that having 53 million more young adults in America right now might have been a good thing for all of us. That cursed hindsight.

By contrast, the LGBT agenda hasn't been fully realized -- yet. They say they want equality, fairness, civil rights. It's about sexual freedom, but it's really about state-sanctioned sexual freedom, one that will create a whole new definition of morality and civilization. That's a big change, one that will be nearly impossible to reverse. So it's about more than shrugging your shoulders about the two nice guys down the street who want to be married. It's also about accepting that, if homosexual couples are allowed to marry in the United States, the state -- as it has in the case of our newly "open" military --takes the official position that homosexuality is morally right. If you're a Christian family who believes that God was telling the truth in Romans, Chapter 1, you're the intolerant one under the new morality. And you'll have to be dealt with, in ways we have yet to see.

We do have an inkling of what's ahead, though, as seen in places like the U.S. military and some college campuses. When homosexual "rights" are recognized, religious rights -- guaranteed in our First Amendment -- are trumped. Even Equal Employment Opportunity Commission appointee and radical lesbian Chai Feldblum has said that when homosexual rights and religious liberty come into conflict, “I’m having a hard time coming up with any case in which religious liberty should win.”

And don't forget that once the American public accepts that we must legally recognize a homosexual's "civil right" to marriage, how can we long deny those same "civil rights" to polygamists and polyamorists? Don't they have "love?" Don't they deserve "equality?" Look for those dominos to fall, too, probably more quickly than any of us can imagine.

Janet Mefferd, The Janet Mefferd Show 40 Comments [6/30/2012 5:12:02 AM]
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Quote# 88078

Investigators now say a 17-year-old gunman who killed 15 people, mostly females, in and near his former high school in Germany took his own life. Lying gun thugs say the gunman entered the school and opened fire, shooting at random. What investigators are lying about is that the shootings were not random. The attack targeted abusive female teachers, female students, and females outside the school. They say he killed nine students, three teachers and a passer-by outside the building, but won't report the counter attack by a man against abusive dominant females.

As the femiNazi hate war on boys and men gets worse and worse, we will see more and more counter attacks against the evil in men's lives. Some of the men will become become suicide attackers. Some will be killed by the blue gun thugs. At first a few will survive to be sent to some hellhole prisons. As the counter attacks become more common there will be more and more courageous men who wage the war against feminist destruction and live to fight again another day. Many good men will die fighting the femiNazi, as did Jews in the Warsaw ghetto. But their names and their courage will live on.

May they all be blessed with courage and conviction. And may all good men hoist a glass to the martyrs who die fighting against the very violent and destructive femiNazi anti-men hate war.

Bob, The World According To Bob  45 Comments [6/30/2012 5:08:23 AM]
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Quote# 88074

How is it that adults who have even the slightest physical contact (sometimes not even intentionally sexual) with kids are permanently incarcerated and marginalized but cops, prosecutors and therapists can commit atrocities against children and never be held criminally, or even civilly, accountable? Hell, they don't even lose their jobs!

Yes, I am convinced; there IS evil in this world and much of it is committed by the self-righteous, self-proclaimed "child-savers" whose actual goal is to inflict great pain and suffering upon others. These are a power-hungry, sadistic breed who achieve their orgasms through the personal destruction of human beings, including kids.

So, let's stop being surprised that such evil exists and that our tax dollars sustain it. Let us start by standing up to these monsters who walk amongst us, unimpeded and unrestrained by any sense of humanity or decency or rule of law.

Eric Tazlear, NAMBLA.org 56 Comments [6/29/2012 3:06:30 AM]
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Quote# 88065

regardless of the MSM claims, most libs like Obama are die hard atheist. Obama worships his own brain, and that means he has a very weak god (little “g”).

Jimmy Carter is an atheist, and he teaches Sunday School. He no more believes the bible, than Obama does.

To be a true democrat, one has to deny the Bible. You cannot agree with abortion, welfare, gov run schools, gay marriage, gays in the military….. and believe the Bible.

RANGERP, The Blaze 52 Comments [6/29/2012 3:01:10 AM]
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Quote# 88064

According to a World Health Organization study in 2006, atheists are 20 times more likely to literally EAT BABIES than anyone else. How can we vote for people like this?

IgnoranceIsPathetic, The Blaze 69 Comments [6/29/2012 2:58:51 AM]
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Quote# 88061

Egypt has become another cog in the Obama sanctioned Caliphate movement. Given his support of Islamist based movements around the world in the last few years I may have to promote Comrade Chairman Obama from Enemy of the United States to Enemy of Humanity. Should Islam come to rule the world humanity will suffer an eternity of darkness just as the Middle East has for the last 1400 years. With the exception of Israel the Middle East still resides in the Dark Ages.

Darkness is descending on the Earth.

762x51, Moonbattery 29 Comments [6/29/2012 2:57:30 AM]
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Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog
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Quote# 88059

Number one issue: THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE. The First Amendment was put in to protect the church FROM the state, never the other way around.
Remember, the wording says, "Congress shall make NO LAWS restricting the free exercise of religion" period! There are no indications of any restrictions on our religious liberties found in ANY of our founding documents. A letter sent to the Danbury Baptists, in reply to their inquiry about whether or not there would be a STATE church like England had, was clearly stated by Thomas Jefferson that there would be no such denomination. Freedom meant that the state would have no control over mankind's worship in America. A bogus supreme court case many years ago got the atheists foot in the door and every case since has been based on a BLATANT LIE. This happens when church leaders sit on their hands and hold their tongues when blatant lies are allowed to become law.
The same is true on Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton allowing the wholesale MURDER of unborn CITIZENS of this nation. 53,000,000 babies have been slaughtered in butcher shops called abortion "clinics" across the USA.
When will the church of Jesus Christ have enough intestinal fortitude to end these lies? The vast majority of pastors in this land REFUSE to talk about abortion from their pulpits. Falwell and Kennedy were two heroes in our time on this issue, but sadly their voices are silent since they graduated into heaven. There are still a few voices out there fighting the good fight but they are few and far between.
Has life become so cheap that we can kill a child for about $350.00, often paid by tax dollars. Planned Parenthood gets over $300,000,000 yearly under the guise of women's health. HOGWASH!!!
This issue cuts my heart out and I will, with my dying breath, continue to cry out for the life of the unborn.
How long will the wrath of God be withheld when their blood cries out from the earth? He judged Israel for this very thing, shedding innocent blood.
Our liberties are challenged on a daily basis. What will be attacked next? This decision will be challenged before long, but we will never hear of other world religions being throttled in the same way.

Ike Riddle, OneNewsNow 44 Comments [6/29/2012 2:55:50 AM]
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Quote# 88058

While undoubtedly there were innocent people killed by the Nationalists in Spain, the fact remains the Church hadn't yet become so anti death penalty in the 1930's. Thousands upon thousands of Communists, Socialists and Anarchists ended up dead in Spain because they chose a life of mob violence, torture, desecration and destruction of that which is Holy.

Seamus L, Catholic Answers Forum 27 Comments [6/29/2012 2:54:32 AM]
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Quote# 88048

[re: Overrated Sports Stars]

Peyton Manning — a washed-up player who won only one NFL championship, the liberal media treated him like the Second Coming of Christ in order to oust conservative Tim Tebow from his leadership position in the swing state of Colorado prior to the Presidential Election 2012.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia, Overrated Sports Stars 64 Comments [6/28/2012 3:26:11 AM]
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Quote# 88046

BDSM is not only racist it is also antisemit. Black clothes and lethear are inspired by the Nazis (SS) and Foucault for example wrote that it turned him on to reanact the suffering of the Jews. The Nazis that still exist in Germany also seem to be above-average into BDSM and it’s women who are humiliated and of course not men. They don’t bother to lie about empowerfization unlike the self-proclaimed “progressives”. So, do male Nazis just not realize that they are indeed and consequently against their own very intention empowering women through their fetishes although they promote childbearing and housewives (conservatism)? *cough*

Feuerwerferin, Radfem Hub 64 Comments [6/28/2012 3:25:49 AM]
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Quote# 88043





I have found that analytical people (like me) can raise a pretty high wall against the truth of the Lord’s Word.

One way to help them to hear His Word is to put a couple of plausible cracks in that wall.

Pre-med students should understand that it is impossible for amino acids to form proteins in the presence of oxygen so there must have been no oxygen in the atmosphere when the first proteins were formed.

In an atmosphere with no oxygen there is no ozone. With no ozone there is ultraviolet light bombarding the earth’s surface destroying anything that resembles proteins.

Therefore the only evolutionary conditions that would allow proteins to form would destroy them.

It requires a huge amount of faith to believe that this impossible situation would allow proteins to form. And even more faith to get random proteins to form cell structures and magnitudes more for these to form life.

There are many of these “Impossible Evolutionary Situations” available if required but the main point is:
They may be more open to a solution that doesn’t require such super human faith as evolution. Creation is a fantastic candidate. The love of God & gospel message soon follow.

AtroposHeart, RR 43 Comments [6/28/2012 3:25:01 AM]
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Quote# 88041

I'll assume for the moment that women's suffrage is a good thing. It's still possible to do good things for the wrong reasons.

If you ask your typical leftist or liberal what the reason was for women's suffrage, they'll say "equality" - precisely the same reason they'll give for gay marriage, income redistribution, affirmative action, capitulation to Islam, multiculturalism, and all the various feminist abuses you've complained about in this entry.

But what do they mean by "equality"? Do they mean that women are, in general, equally prone to being politically and economically informed as men? Or perhaps liberals thought that womens' tendency to be less politically informed was simply a result of them not being allowed to vote, and that letting them vote would remedy that situation? If so, they were mistaken. Did they think that women are, in general, equally rational and capable of putting aside their emotions when considering abstract political issues as men? If so, again, they were mistaken. The greater emotionality is intrinsic to women (they couldn't perform the essential role that men can't - nurturing - without it).

Why do you think it is that women were not included in suffrage in the first place? Was it because of male oppression? Was it because our Founding Fathers were sexist jerks who didn't believe in equality?

In my opinion, no. It was primarily the result of the fact that women typically aren't naturally as interested in, or informed about, abstract political issues as men are, as demonstrated in that link above. Nearly all of the political philosophy and theory, rhetoric, political passion, energy, and manpower driving the American Revolution came from men, so it made perfect sense that they placed the responsibility of safeguarding what they had worked for on themselves once they had won it. That women weren't also placed in charge of guarding it at first was simply a reflection of the fact that, with few exceptions, they weren't the ones who had created and fought for it, intellectually or physically.

Later expanding the franchise to women was an act of generosity, not the overdue recognition of some natural and intrinsic political equality that had always existed but which had been suppressed by selfish and brutish patriarchal sexists. A person expecting some sort of material parity between the sexes to manifest itself in the wake of womens' suffrage would be sorely disappointed, and would likely move on to the next mad scheme to achieve it.

So it's not that women's suffrage itself necessarily leads to the many abuses of feminism we see today. It's the rationale typically behind it. If your rationale for suffrage is "equality", then you need to think hard about what you mean by that. It could be that you're using the same logic that has been used to justify all the atrocities of feminism, but that you just haven't (out of basic sanity) been willing to push it as far as they have.

the_deuce, John C. Wright's Journal 47 Comments [6/28/2012 3:24:32 AM]
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Quote# 88030

So now you have your way because prayer is out of school and all these children think like you do. The result of the lib mind set since the 60's has resulted in what we have now a failing Public School system that many graduate illiterates. You libs did a fine job with the school system huh? I believe we should do an experiment to prove who is really wrong. We should reintroduce the Pledge of Allegiance and prayer a see just what happens.

Bill Schu, OneNewsNow 42 Comments [6/28/2012 3:13:49 AM]
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Quote# 88028

Disease is mental. It is created by sin, and as i said sin is a transgression of the law. We are born into sin, it is a mental state.

So disease is not part of the 'natural world'.

[Cassiterides, by what mechanism does sin create viruses and bacteria?]

I don't believe in Germ theory of disease.

Cassiterides, Evolution Fairytale 83 Comments [6/27/2012 3:28:15 AM]
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Quote# 88020

To all you politically correct straight gay supporters, it's going to be an awakening when gays are in every facet of your childrens life...Sandusky's everywhere.

Since you like gays so much, your libel to have your kids converted to gays. Unless you really believe that tripe about everyone gay is born gay.

RT in Nashville, MSN Money 46 Comments [6/27/2012 3:25:53 AM]
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Submitted By: Yakob
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Quote# 88015

[One commenter points out that a mere 60 years ago whites overtly discriminated against black Americans with segregation.]

I take it you are not a Bible reader? The Canaanites were cursed by God, due to the fact that they didn’t respect authority. Thus, they were cursed into slavery for many generations. Jesus put an end to the slavery, but those who don’t follow Jesus, don’t seem to know this.

Don’t blame the U.S. We saved [black Americans], fed them, clothed them, and paid them HANDSOMELY. To this day, they refuse to give God the credit for their blessings and want more from US.

You can make up your own version of history or you can do yourself a favor and learn the truth.

Jodie, Moonbattery 51 Comments [6/27/2012 3:00:37 AM]
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Quote# 88004

Politics is downstream of culture, which is why our moonbat rulers follow Antonio Gramsci's strategy of seizing control of strategic high ground (the media, academia) and using it to weaken the culture, rather than trying to inflict communism all at once through brute force. Our willingness to tolerate and possibly even extend the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama is a testament to the strategy’s efficacy. Though Democrats have profited enormously from induced cultural decay, now that Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-NY) is retiring, he can tell the truth:


“Society has changed. The public is to blame as well. I think the people have gotten dumber. I don’t know that I would’ve said that out loud pre-my announcement that I was going to be leaving. [Laughter] But I think that’s true. I mean everything has changed. The media has changed. We now give broadcast licenses to philosophies instead of people.”

Virtually everything broadcast on television advances the same philosophy: moonbattery.

Soon politics will be utterly superfluous, because the American people will have been “fundamentally transformed.” Already if James Madison came back from the dead and ran on a platform of restoring the Constitution, against Robert Mugabe running on a platform of spreading white folks’ wealth around, there is no doubt the media would stridently side with Mugabe, and little doubt that Mugabe would win.

What if George Washington himself returned and was somehow made president? His attempts to preserve liberty and honor would be met with hoots of derision by the media. It would be like making him president of the monkey cage at the zoo. Eloquent speeches have little effect when your audience is crapping in their hands and flinging it at you. In the end he would be hounded out of office for his insensitivity to the historically disadvantaged.

Consequently, even if the Democrats manage to lose, we will be left with a “moderate” who will advance their agenda, just slightly more slowly.

Dave Blount, Moonbattery 47 Comments [6/26/2012 3:41:32 AM]
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Submitted By: Brendan Rizzo
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Quote# 88002

I just want to tell you that the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption [in San Francisco], in which I am still a registered parishioner, has many disturbing symbols: The most visible is a giant Satanic Cross that stands above the ceiling.

It is made of modern art stained glass. This Satanic Cross is also known as the "Protestant Cross", a perfect "+" (plus) sign. The satanists claim that the "+" shaped cross represents the four elements of the universe which are air, earth, water, and fire, with the spreading in the four directions of the arms of the Cross being to receive the four said elements. The satanists thus claim that Christianity stole "their Cross".

Naturally, there is no permanent Crucifix above the sanctuary, but a mere modern cross hanging by wires, suggesting that Jesus Christ Our Lord was just a dream, an invention, or as the satanists say: a "concept".

In all, we have a gigantic satanic symbol in the cathedral that is the head of seven dioceses spreading from Fresno, CA, to the Oregon border, and going as far East as the State of Utah.

One more, less visible, but more shocking symbol of this cathedral, is a bronze that represents the Visitation. The bronze shows the Virgin Mary bare foot and pregnant, serving St Elizabeth and Zachary. Zachary reads an obvious sacred book, and St. Elizabeth looks at the belly of Mary. Above by the window are doves looking at the whole scene. One unavoidable detail of this bronze represents a matrimonial bed, and more ironically, of the queen-size.

The symbol of this bronze is that it represents a ménage-à-trois, an unspeakable heresy that insinuate to the public that the Blessed Virgin Mary was made pregnant, not by the Holy Ghost, but by Zachary. The suggestion that Mary was made pregnant by the father of St John the Baptist, and thus that Jesus and John were half-brothers is naturally satanist, but also in line with the Koran of the Mohammedans.

Denis Fleury , Tradition in Action 52 Comments [6/26/2012 3:39:43 AM]
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Quote# 87998

The same reason they regulate, restrict and monitor smoking is the EXACT same reason they should regulate, restrict and monitor homosexuals.



NoLibZone, Free Republic 80 Comments [6/26/2012 3:35:40 AM]
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Quote# 87997

[Rabbi Waskow: "Would you also suggest I keep my long Jewish nose out of some Catholic priests’ rape of Catholic children and some Catholic bishops’ protection of those priests from the law, because I’m not a Catholic?"]

Since you are interested in the subject of rape, I hope you are following the unbelievable explosion of child rape in the Orthodox Jewish community and the intimidation—by family members—of victims. The pressure put on the D.A. to deep six these rapes is sickening. You need to do something about this epidemic right now. Suggestion: follow the reforms of the Catholic Church and you won’t have these problems.

Ed Koch, my friend, once said that Jews had better not make enemies of their Catholic friends since they have so few of them. Think about that the next time you feel compelled to attack my religion.

[Note: Rabbi Waskow is not Orthodox.]

Bill Donohue, Buzz Feed 30 Comments [6/26/2012 3:35:26 AM]
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Quote# 87982

[Panetta] said this, “We are people with different values.” We’ll let’s talk about different values. When I came to Wisconsin way back in the 50’s, there was a story running around about a guy named Ed Gein who was a grave robber and his values meant that he would rob graves and corpses and the things that came out of the—well I don’t want to go further into that story—except it was you know it was his values after all. I mean what’s wrong with having values like that? Then some years ago ten blocks up the street from where we’re sitting right now was Jeffrey Dahmer, whose values were along the same line homosexuality but in addition to that, literally the cannibalizing and killing of human beings, dismembering their bodies and all kinds of weird stuff. But that after all we have diversity, right? We have different values.

Then of course we have people who have different values even in different venues. There are those whose values mean it’s very desirable and their own desire to molest children. We call them pedophiles. Because it’s a moral behavior or immoral behavior if properly defined. Its molestation but that happens to be their set of values and how dare we say anything about that. And then of course I don’t go from the sublime to the ridiculous here, but bestiality. Bestiality!

I mean this this is vile behavior. God says this stuff is an abomination and is sin, but of course if we no longer have a moral compass and we no longer have a God, we have a whole bunch of them and we can sit here and look at leadership, the highest leadership now in our country, that has literally voted for and has the legend has it the allegations has it that in his previous history, there are reports out even on YouTube of people who claimed to have engaged in this type of behavior with the President of the United States. These are allegations but they are out there.



When I when I think of what is happening here folks, when I see the moral fabric of our country literally in flames; how do you define morality? I mentioned the allegations that had been circulating about the past of even our President. And again, those are allegations out there. You can even go to YouTube and there are videos of those who have claimed to engage with certain.

Vic Eliason, Right Wing Watch 53 Comments [6/25/2012 3:26:24 AM]
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Quote# 87981

Mefferd: You had talked about the necessity of repealing the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, I guess this is what Holder is using to pressure this Virginia board of supervisors to approve this mega-mosque, what is this Act and why is it necessary?

Geller: It’s not necessary, frankly. I urge the repeal of this Act. I’m not sure who it was, I could have it wrong, I don’t know if it was Orrin Hatch, this is not a finger pointing kind of a thing, it’s more ‘the road to Hell is paved with good intentions.’ It was unnecessary, it was an idea that there should be no religious persecution of houses of worship and so on and so forth, and that was all well and good, but it’s become a weapon in which to club small towns and cities.

Look, no one is saying that you can’t build a mosque, even with the Ground Zero Mosque; there are hundreds of mosques in New York City, we know there are thousands of mosques nationwide, but these giant structures, they completely change the complexion of a town. It could be a small town, residential. I’m telling you I have seen it time and time again, irrecognizable three to five years later. The call to prayer, the parking, hundreds of people. Again, there is an element of dishonesty here because as you know in Islam they got on their knees so you don’t count a chair with that. But it’s important because it’s a way of circumventing the rules, you can’t say ‘it seats 500 or it seats whatever.’ It’s not just freedom of religion here in America, it’s also freedom from religion here in America.

Pamela Geller, Right Wing Watch 35 Comments [6/25/2012 3:25:45 AM]
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