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Quote# 88240

Let’s face the fact that being a homosexual is a disease of the mind. Not unlike a rapist, murderer, child molester, or necrophilia. These are all illnesses of the mind.
So no, I will never accept laws nor people of this kind. To me they are all grouped together. Homos are sic, so if they feel accepted they now want the laws to allow more of their sick behavior. No Sir! No no no. As a father with a son I am………done, fags, sick fu..s!

Paul Revere, Moonbattery 51 Comments [7/10/2012 3:19:25 AM]
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Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog
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Quote# 88236

[re: Biblical scientific foreknowledge]

[T]he Bible describes how Pilate, who crucified many, was surprised at how quickly Jesus passed away. 2000 years later, scientific knowledge has advanced to understand that this was caused by his prior loss of blood during his scourging (being brutally whipped), a punishment typically given instead of crucifixion.

["In this case, the Bible shows no scientific foreknowledge. By noting that Jesus died more quickly than people usually did from crucifixion, Pontius Pilate is saying what happened."]

The Bible is providing valuable scientific data here. Sometimes a Nobel Prize is given based on the observation of data, even though the data are not yet well understood by the recipients of the Prize. If observing data can be enough for a Nobel Prize, then why can't it be enough for the Bible?

[...]

You keep referring to Pontius Pilate but it was the Bible and its authors who observed and published the data. Too bad many scientists didn't study the Bible with an open mind. If they had, then a greater scientific understanding would have been achieved earlier.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 55 Comments [7/10/2012 3:05:21 AM]
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Quote# 88235

Absolutely, sw. Marriage is under attack by a well-funded homosexual lobby, and NOM is merely defending. If the homosexuals had left marriage alone everybody would have saved a lot of money.

Personally, after we assure marriase is protected, we should seek to have the sodomy laws reinstated by overturning Lawrence v. Texas. That's where homosexuals began their fight in that trumped-up lawsuit.

Mike Brooks, NOM Blog 46 Comments [7/10/2012 3:02:09 AM]
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Quote# 88231

For me, it is very clear. Women have our own culture, which has been nearly erased by patriarchy, men, (and yes, with the collusion of some women, who, as Sonia Johnson says have “terror-bonded” with their oppressor) as has been said here. We are our own sovereign biophilic beings. Our essence has nothing to do with men/maleness, which is on the decline–from 1000 genes on the y chromosome to somewhere near 45. Since we have experienced near erasure in too many ways to count for at least the last 5000 years, I see it is imperative and absolutely necessary to have as much truly women-only space as possible to re-memeber, to re-claim, to re-joice, to re-juvenate so that we may re-trieve and be re-stored–like re-storing a battery with its charge. “Transwomen” still carry that depleted y chromosome. They are not women. Anywhere they take up space–and it seems to me the nature of the y, as it has become, is to take–they want to own. The essence of woman is entirely different. I just completed a retreat in Ashland OR on “Uncovering the Biophilic Autonomy of Women” for women only. At one point in the retreat, a huge V appeared in the sky directly over us–chem trails, perhaps, but it was still a synchronous validation of our work in women only space and phenomenal to see.

shemama, Radfem Hub 70 Comments [7/9/2012 2:06:28 PM]
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Quote# 88227

Even Christopher Marlowe and Shakespeare, to some extent, had some writings that were somewhat favorable of homosexuality. Now, homosexuality had not existed for about 1,000 years, between about 300 AD to 1400-1500 AD where certain mentions of it were extant in some of the classical literature of the day, because classical literature tends to bring back homosexuality as the ‘cool thing’, but it hadn’t existed for about 1,000 years. It was, obviously, very very important to humanism, it always has been important to humanism, and whenever you get a humanist, classical approach to education, you’re probably going to get the gymnasium. The gymnasiums were all built around the idea of pederasty and pedophilia.

Now, I don’t want to get into a lot of the details on this, because it’s very very very gross, but they trained young boys in homosexuality. This is part and parcel of the homosexual vision, still is, by the way, to this day. This is the goal, this is where they’re headed, if you read the homosexual literature, which I encourage you not to do, but this is the direction that they’re headed. This is the goal of humanism. The goal of humanism is to make it to Sandusky. The problem is Sandusky was prosecuted and that’s an indication that we’ve got 2,000 years of Christianity, and these guys are not going to get away with it.



You know, Dave, I think if we’re going to have a halfway decent, stable society, much like what the pilgrims had, with a divorce rate of .01%, fornication rate of 1%, and a homosexuality rate of .0005%, if we’re going to have a stable society, we’re going to have to get back to biblical law.

Kevin Swanson, Right Wing Watch 55 Comments [7/9/2012 1:56:01 PM]
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Submitted By: Zagen30
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Quote# 88223

I saw it[Brave], and liked a lot about it, but I'm not sure that I would take a child to see it - at least without discussing it. Parts of its message are really anti-biblical. The animation is fantastic, and Merida's beautiful red hair is mesmerizing! I also liked the theme of the importance of the famiy bond and forgiveness - particularly between mother-daughter.

But it was FILLED with spiritism and darkish magic, to the point that I felt it was preachy. It's set in pre-Christian era Scotland - with all their druid type culture. Merida learns to follow little blue lights/apparitions called wisps that lead her to her fate, where she meets a witch in a magical stonehenge-reminiscent setting (which her horse wouldn't enter into). The witch then casts a spell that is the catalyst for Merida's journey in the movie. It's taught that you should trust the wisps to lead you to a safe place and you can trust them. While I like a good fairy tale, these apparitions seemed strangely occultic, moreso than your typical "fairy godmother" or other such fairy-tale characteristics.

pistache , Rapture Ready 49 Comments [7/9/2012 3:49:18 AM]
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Submitted By: HappyGazpacho
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Quote# 88221

[emphasis added]

I look at the "women's talk shows" for instance, and it's like, are any of them straight? Doubtful, I think. Yet the media has them in positions where they are supposed to earn our trust, loyalty, and affection. Then they come "out" and we're still supposed to love them.


Acts5:41 , Rapture Ready 35 Comments [7/9/2012 3:34:47 AM]
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Submitted By: HappyGazpacho
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Quote# 88216

[RE: Roberts was never a "conservative", not sure why people believe that. Furthermore, he met with Obama in private in 2009 and nobody ever learned what was talked about. This guy is complicit as everybody else in DC in the collapse of this nation. Just on a side note, how exactly is the most heavily armed society in the history of the planet getting pushed around by about 600 people?]

Because a decent chunk of this country wholeheartedly supports living under a dictatorship, either because they're "useful idiots" (like liberal college students, etc.) or because they have a special interest (unions, etc.). There's another chunk that just doesn't care but seems to lean left if pushed to state their beliefs (one of my Facebook friends said "we'll see what happens and see if it's good or not" but likes all statuses that praise the healthcare monstrosity ). The last chunk, the chunk which is made up of conservatives and conservative Christians, needs to be pushed pretty far to actually stand up for themselves with force. The colonists fought and died for much less. How is now any different from then? We're being taxed at an out-of-control level. We're beginning to see our basic freedoms taken away. How much longer before we're told which cars to buy, which food to eat, which books to read?

ThePenguin, Rapture Ready 50 Comments [7/9/2012 3:21:27 AM]
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Quote# 88214

The only way you could know who Anderson Cooper is and not know that he is a flaming homosexual is if you are one of the dwindling few who rely on CNN for information. Now it’s official, Cooper the Poop-Chuter having made his grand announcement through fellow fudge-punchee Andrew Sullivan:

“The fact is, I’m gay, always have been, always will be, and I couldn’t be any more happy, comfortable with myself, and proud.”

If you indulge in a relatively wholesome perversion, like licking high-heel shoes or persuading your wife to dress up in red latex, you’re unlikely to feel proud of it. But if your personal identity revolves around your lust for other men’s stinking anuses, a particularly disgusting form of depravity that spreads horrific diseases, the chest swells with self-satisfaction.

What a sick world we live in.

When public figures boldly step out of the closet into the warm glow of establishment adoration, or when journalists make themselves the story, it can only mean one thing: desperation. CNN’s ratings recently hit their lowest mark since 1991.

In the 8 pm Eastern time slot, Bill O’Reilly beats Cooper 2,255,000 to 433,000, or by more than 5 to 1. Fortunately there’s no need for O’Reilly to come out of any closets.

Dave Blount, Moonbattery 71 Comments [7/8/2012 8:52:40 AM]
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Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog
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Quote# 88207

I strongly promote expulsion from churches of women who divorce. Since our marriage contracts are worthless in the eyes of the law, then at least they can be promoted in the church. Churches need to condemn “silly” women and punish their crimes. Fundamentals of Christianity must be reintroduced to our churches and our religious leaders need to stop pandering to women. That’s the same thing as evil men who manipulate “silly” women and “silly” women who allow themselves to be manipulated by evil men. A husband must submit (again) to God and his wife must submit to her husband and to God. There are important and practical reasons these rules were created. Mostly to prevent a woman’s malignant narcissism from corrupting her family and then society.

Darryl X, The Spearhead 53 Comments [7/7/2012 6:52:47 AM]
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Quote# 88202

[How could animals eat raw meat but not humans?
Why do we have to cook meat? Explain this scientifically or in any other way.]

That's just because God made it that way. Animals depend on theirselves in the wild. They were designed to kill and eat. Humans were originally created to eat vegetarian, that's why we don't need scary pointy teeth to chew and tear apart meat. It wasn't till the fall a of Adam and Eve when they were tricked by the devil to eat of the tree of righteousness. When they took a bite, God sent them out of the Garden of Eden and put two angels from heaven to guard the gate, after that day, Adam and Eve had to live in the cursed plains and that is how we got weeds. There was no vegetation described in the bible were Adam and Eve lived so they had to survive on the beasts of the earth. I don't know how they survived without getting salemonila but I suppose God told them to put them under a fire so they won't get sick, but I heard that if you immediately eat freshly killed meat you won't get sick. And I saw it on t.v. On Man vs Wild. Since animals eat a Ton of meat and are not created to have an instinct to cook it, God gave them a special digestive system to prevent most diseases from it, some animals have better tolerance than others, dogs are accepted as house pets, so God knew they would be taken care of with other foods, compared to lions. We have to cook it because we were created to eat vegetarian. And a meat withstanding diet was not his original plan.

Veenah, Yahoo Answers 65 Comments [7/7/2012 6:50:35 AM]
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Quote# 88198

Worldview is essential—it determines all you do-—don’t allow Marxists/Satanists to shape your children. We need them to be logical which after years of indoctrination/Skinner associations (rainbows/sodomy) it will be hard to dislodge the associations that good is evil and evil is good.

We need to reinsert Christian Ethics—like we had before that Fabian Socialist Dewey inserted Satan who intentionally wanted to destroy the minds of the children in America-—like they were doing in Europe. He was intentionally making them DEPENDENT and GROUP THINKERS and Atheists so that they could create the utopian collective society. Killing both God and Individualism which came from Christians—Common Law and the Magna Carta and the USA.

Can’t make slaves of independent individualists who believe in God. The few Soros-elites want to be Masters of the World so they can erect their Bohemian Groves with Satanic homosexual orgies with boys and girls and human sacrifices-—just like in Pagan Greece and Rome. They are profoundly evil-—if you don’t understand how evil and depraved these people are—then you don’t know anything. I have researches their beliefs-—they are profoundly evil and decadent.

Most of you don’t realize how sodomy is connected to Satanism-—the life-giving force equated to excrement—it is the most efficient way to destroy Natural Law and God-—to promote homosexuality to children and make it normal again like it was before Christianity took over Western Civ. It is a learned behavior. It is not genetic—it is an acceptance of godless ideology.

As everyone should know— homosexuality was rampant in all nations with Jews being the first ones to condemn it—that condemnation becoming the dominant belief in Western Civilization when Christianity forced a uniform concept of Good and Evil.

We have all the Soros-billions forcing sodomy promotion in all popular culture and all public schools, even the military now—and it is for the minds of the boys and girls and their souls. It will flip Good and Evil upside down-—throw God out (and Natural Law) —exactly the plan of Dewey and Holmes with their moral relativism.

It will destroy all our freedom. Virtue is necessary for freedom and sodomy is always a Vice.

savagesusie, Free Republic 67 Comments [7/7/2012 6:44:32 AM]
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Quote# 88195

Kid Icarus Uprising has the player taking on the role of an angel. This angel Pit serves a goddess. Yes Nintendo has gone all goddess crazy in their recent games (Zelda Skyward Sword being another one). Pit is fighting the underworld to stop Medussa - a dark goddess. Not really clear why this was missed in the regionalization with over 80% of Americans believing in God, and not goddesses. Maybe Nintendo is targeting that less than 20% only with Kid Icarus Uprising.

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The spiritual aspects of Kid Icarus Uprising are what bother me the most. I expected the violence. I did not expect all the goddess religious teachings. Nor did I expect all the idol content. I already mentioned the lack of regionalization in this area. There are so many creative ways this could have been handled for the American audience. She could have been an arch-angel fighting off demons. It is my hope and prayer that Nintendo regionalizes the religious content in future games.

Paul, Family Friendly Gaming 73 Comments [7/7/2012 6:43:15 AM]
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Quote# 88193

[An atheist poster is angry at jewish philosopher and about his religion.]

Now I think I understand you a little more. You are a criminal. You are torn apart by guilt about all the lives you've destroyed. You are terrified of the burning wrath of God, so you rant and rage against God. As if that will help. LOL.

Tell me, atheist criminal, how many rotten bodies are your in basement? How many corpses in your back yard? How many little boys have you raped? Confess, atheist criminal. Tell me immediately.

jewish philosopher, Torah Philosophy 198 Comments [7/7/2012 6:40:14 AM]
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Submitted By: Wykked Wytch
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Quote# 88191

As an employer, we’re going to be forced to chip into this ungodly health care system and we are not going to pay. I am going on the record; we will not send the federal government a dime. Now, if they send the IRS on us then it’s not a health care issue then it’s simply a failure to pay our tax, as John Roberts said, this is now a tax. Well, what did we have a revolution for: taxation without representation. We went to war and real Christians picked up real guns and defeated a real army. I’m not calling for an insurrection or to take up guns but I’m saying that they thought it was so serious that they pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor to have a land that we live in, which is three greatest experiment in human liberty based on Christian principles the world has ever known, and all of that is at stake.



You know we always get surprised at what happened in Nazi Germany and we say, ‘if I had been there I wouldn’t do that,’ or we think back and think, ‘that was sixty or seventy years ago, how could that have happened, that was all in the past, all that draconian, totalitarian, socialist actions were in the past.’ Here we have a decision, a landmark ruling which will go down in history and every single person listening to this radio program was alive and experienced this day like we did 9/11. The question is, what will our response be?



The courts are not the answer. There’s checks and balances in this country and there is no check and there is no balance. We are all moving down the road toward complete annihilation. Some people want to go at 100 MPH and some people want to go at 30 or 40 or 50 MPH, but I think this is a wakeup call. The entire Supreme Court should be impeached, the entire Congress should be impeached, we should replace the president in November.

Tony Perkins, Right Wing Watch 41 Comments [7/7/2012 6:38:57 AM]
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Quote# 88182

Darwinian evolution has two major premises: a) chance or random events isclaimed to have initiated life and b) survival of the fittest of that organisms which eventually evolved to produce us humans.

Now, it has never been shown or demonstrated by science of lifeless matter spontaneously acquiring biological life as we know it.

While survival of the fittest is an every day occurences, like big fish swallowing up the small fish, random events as the INITIATOR of life is a complete denial of the role of the CREATOR OF LIFE or God or of His divine personalities.

Darwinian evolutionists should know by now that LIFE IS NOT INHERENT IN MATTER, otherwise today's rocks that have existed billions of years ago or billions of years old would be teeming with COMPLETELY NEW LIFE dateable to within decades or years that can be counted using the fingers of just our one hand from this very day.

Without God seeding matter (earth) with life and guiding life's evolution from dust and organic matter to the point of producing all the plants and the animals, and eventually us humans, the earth would have remained BARREN to this day. Evolution CANNOT begin until God seeded this earth with that seed of life.

See my earlier post on this article.

Dr. I. S. Alcordo, Ph.D.

isalcordo, Slacktivist 55 Comments [7/6/2012 3:26:48 AM]
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Quote# 88179

I plan to do this whenever stateside. I will fill my shopping basket to the brim with stuff. If it is a small business shop owned by one local owner, and this owner is at the cash register, I will ask them in a very stone, neutral, non-commital face, "hey so, like, what do you think of this Obamacare anyway?"

If I get any "well, seems good for the country", or "I guess he is doing a good job" or any other of that liberal crap, without a SINGLE WORD I am going to leave the filled basket representing lots of bucks in potential sales, right smack there at the register (on the counter, what not) and not saying a word, walk right out. I intend to do it when other people are in line, too. I'm going guerilla in the trenches now, against my "fellow Americans" who want to take us into Socialism along with their phony, narcissist dictgator of a leader. That's MY statement. Screw em. Same with those of you firing liberal employees. Make sure you are covered for lawsuits, and do it. Make these people pay for their sins against the Republic and the Forefathers.

AmericanInTokyo, FreeRepublic 81 Comments [7/6/2012 3:26:03 AM]
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Quote# 88177

Everyone admits that the fossils are a major problem for evolution. If asteroid strikes once caused life to advance, why don't evolutionists applaud global warming today? The whole thing is nonsense.

Scientists love evolution for a simple reason: if there is no God then they, not clergy, are society's leading intellectuals.

About murder, murder means killing innocent people. If God killed someone He knew he was not innocent,

jewish philosopher, Torah Philosophy 56 Comments [7/6/2012 3:25:31 AM]
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Submitted By: Wykked Wytch
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Quote# 88174

["There are many people who look into the evidence, and come away NOT as Orthodox Jews."]

Anonymous blogger, I hate to destroy your innocent faith in humanity, however this simply proves that most people are liars and/or addicts.

jewish philosopher, Torah Philosophy 26 Comments [7/6/2012 3:24:37 AM]
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Submitted By: Wykked Wytch
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Quote# 88153

By the way, atheists earnestly insist: no one has been killed "in the name of atheism". True enough. Atheism doesn't ask anyone to do anything. However atheism removes all barriers which would prevent murder; from that point, raw human nature takes over. This is similar to arguing that blowing up a dam would not be murder. The dam breaking does no harm. It's all that water behind the dam which is killing thousands of people and the bomber had nothing to do with that! Of course, such a ridiculous argument would not hold water in any courtroom.

jewish philosopher, Torah Philosophy 49 Comments [7/6/2012 3:20:20 AM]
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Submitted By: Wykked Wytch
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Quote# 88136

Protection from Extreme Environmentalists – We strongly oppose all efforts of the extreme environmental groups that stymie legitimate business interests. We strongly oppose those efforts that attempt to use the environmental causes to purposefully disrupt and stop those interests within the oil and gas industry. We strongly support the immediate repeal of the Endangered Species Act. We strongly oppose the listing of the dune sage brush lizard either as a threatened or an endangered species. We believe the Environmental Protection Agency should be abolished.

Free Speech for the Clergy – We urge amendment of the Internal Revenue Code to allow a religious organization to address issues without fear of losing its tax-exempt status. We call for repeal of requirements that religious organizations send the government any personal information about their contributors.

Homosexuality ? We affirm that the practice of homosexuality tears at the fabric of society and contributes to the breakdown of the family unit. Homosexual behavior is contrary to the fundamental, unchanging truths that have been ordained by God, recognized by our country’s founders, and shared by the majority of Texans. Homosexuality must not be presented as an acceptable “alternative” lifestyle, in public policy, nor should “family” be redefined to include homosexual “couples.” We believe there should be no granting of special legal entitlements or creation of special status for homosexual behavior, regardless of state of origin. Additionally, we oppose any criminal or civil penalties against those who oppose homosexuality out of faith, conviction or belief in traditional values.

Controversial Theories – We support objective teaching and equal treatment of all sides of scientific theories. We believe theories such as life origins and environmental change should be taught as challengeable scientific theories subject to change as new data is produced. Teachers and students should be able to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of these theories openly and without fear of retribution or discrimination of any kind.

Knowledge-Based Education – We oppose the teaching of Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) (values clarification), critical thinking skills and similar programs that are simply a relabeling of Outcome-Based Education (OBE) (mastery learning).

Sex Education – We recognize parental responsibility and authority regarding sex education. We believe that parents must be given an opportunity to review the material prior to giving their consent. We oppose any sex education other than abstinence until marriage.

U.S. Department of Education – Since education is not an enumerated power of the federal government, we believe the Department of Education (DOE) should be abolished.

Judeo-Christian Nation – As America is a nation under God founded on Judeo-Christian principles, we affirm the constitutional right of all individuals to worship in the religion of their choice.

Voter Rights Act – We urge that the Voter Rights Act of 1965 codified and updated in 1973 be repealed and not reauthorized.

Republican Party of Texas, Report of Platform Committee (pdf) 188 Comments [7/5/2012 3:41:42 AM]
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Submitted By: OhJohnNo
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Quote# 88116

Not only will panels decide end-of-life care, they will decide treatment for individuals. There was a doctor that spoke about how he testified in front of congress against government healthcare, and he explained that physicians will be reporting their cases to Washington on some handheld computer device, where a panel will decide which treatment options, and in which order they had to be given. He asked what would happen if he, as a doctor who knows a particular patient well--say for 35 years, were to go *against* what treatments were elected, and they told him he would be fined $100,000. When he asked, "When I do this again, because I *will* do it again" because he is actually face-to-face with the patient and knows what will be best for that patient, "Will you fine me another $100,000?" The congresscritter told him, "Oh no, Doctor. The next time you would go to jail." He said this "panel" isn't in the Healthcare Bill; it was slipped into the Stimulus Bill. He was speaking about this at some rally, and it was hair-raising. He was adamant that Obamacare be repealed. Completely. There is a video of his speech on You Tube.

My mother's doctor told her today that she should have all her surgeries and such that she needs now because after 2014, the door will be closed on those after a certain age. I could only agree with her doctor. Lord, what has become of this country You so generously blessed us with?

I pray it is not too late to undo this. I pray that the SCOTUS will declare this unconstitutional.

Carrie Grace, Rapture Ready 51 Comments [7/5/2012 3:28:33 AM]
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Submitted By: ScrappyB
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Quote# 88091

Today, in the state of Colorado, we are breathing smoke from a number of wildfires burning out of control. As of this morning, near Focus on the Family, it’s being reported that 15,000 acres have been consumed by fire and some 34,000 people evacuated by the Waldo Canyon fire. More to come, I’m sure. Wouldn’t we all agree that it’s better to prevent a forest fire, if and when possible, than treat the immense damage in its aftermath? These questions are similar to what the National Abstinence Education Association (NAEA) is asking Congress and state legislatures about our nation’s approach toward pre-marital sex.

Certain questions arise: Why aren’t our schools, our states and our nation placing a clear and unquestionable priority on sexual risk avoidance (SRA)? Why are we intentionally spending billions of dollars handing kids matches (condoms), which result in careless (sexual) “fires” and treating victims who have been unnecessarily burned by sex (STDs, pregnancy)? Wouldn’t prevention be cheaper and healthier? “Safe” sex education – or promoting casual sex, while handing out condoms and birth control to kids – is analogous to passing out matches to kids in school, and telling them, “Be sure you play safely with these in the forest and, above all, have fun!”

Focus on the Family, Joe. My. God. 57 Comments [7/5/2012 3:28:23 AM]
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Submitted By: Aspergus
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Quote# 88077

In an atheistic civilization, morals are intrinsically fluid, and subject to change. The natural goals of such a society can only be greed, might and power. It is survival of the fittest. He who owns the most, and controls the most, wins!

Atheism is worse than idol worship. Idol worship is polytheism, the belief in many powers. It is possible to progress from many gods to belief in one God. The prime example is Abraham. Originally an idol worshipper, he eventually came to the knowledge that there can be only one true Power. The road from many powers to one power is relatively short, since the individual accepts in principle that there is something directing the universe.

Paysach Freedman, aish.com 36 Comments [7/5/2012 3:28:04 AM]
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Quote# 88001

Any time you see some kind of agenda that is anti-human being, it's anti-baby, it's anti-humanity, it's anti-population growth, you're looking at something that ultimately comes from Satan himself. He hates human beings. Why? Because we are made in the image of God. We remind Satan of the God that he hates and so he wants to stir up in human beings the same kind of hatred for humanity that he has. And he'll use Planned Parenthood to do it, he will use the pro-abortion movement to do it. He will use the pro-gay movement to do it because you can't get human beings out of the homosexual lifestyle; it's not possible so that's one way to slow population growth. He can get there through the environmental movement which is flatly opposed to population growth and actually proposes abortion policies as a way of reducing pressure on the environment. So anywhere you see that anti-human agenda, you are looking at the work of Satan himself.

Bryan Fischer, Right Wing Watch 35 Comments [7/5/2012 3:25:50 AM]
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