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Quote# 89393

“America has been moving away from God,” said Alabama Sen. Hank Erwin, R-Montevallo. “The Lord is sending appeals to us. As harsh as it may sound, those hurricanes do say that God is real, and we have to realize sin has consequences.”

Sen. Hank Erwin, World Net Daily 72 Comments [9/6/2012 3:35:46 AM]
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Quote# 89384

I have no doubt that if someone had to pay your father money and had to marry you if he raped you, that you would not be raped.

I have no doubt that if rapists had to marry the women they raped, then there would be a dramatic decrease in amount of rapes, particularly "date rapes".

So, it would seem that you are in favor of rapes, so long as the women does not have to marry the rapist.

Ed Umpervitch, Facebook 67 Comments [9/6/2012 3:33:03 AM]
Fundie Index: 121

Quote# 89378

The whole reason behind Homosexuals and Fascism is that they both reject God. If a fascist rejects God whats to keep him from becoming a homosexual? If a Homosexual rejects God whats to keep him from becoming a fascist?

The whole ideology behind these two is that they both believe Morals Are Subjective. When morals become subjective then anything is possible. There is no moral code to live by when morals are subjective. If they believe it is there right to steal then it must be morally right. If they believe its ok to kill someone then it's morally justified. That is why God says in Romans Chapter one verse 28-32.

azygos, World Net Daily (comments) 63 Comments [9/5/2012 6:57:06 AM]
Fundie Index: 73

Quote# 89372

And the church mistakenly followed Aristotle when it came to the place of the earth in the cosmos. The earth need not be the center of the universe to be the center of Divine attention. But the Galaxy is likely the center of the universe. We know now that the entire universe rotates about an axis that is not only parallel to but coincident with the axis of rotation of the Galaxy, and in the same direction.

BTW: the name “Milky Way Galaxy” is redundant. “The Galaxy” is the correct name for the large, pinwheel-shaped collection of stars that includes our Sun.

Terry Hurlbut, Creation Science Hall of Fame 57 Comments [9/5/2012 6:51:46 AM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 89371

It’s a vicious triangle. Leftist orgs like Open Society and the Tides Foundation pump money into SPLC, to agitate the LGBTs and to harass conservatives.

What is needed is an equivalent organization, called, for example, the Citizens Un-American Activities Committee (CUAC, a play on words of HUAC), that would publicize the whole litany of anti-Americanism by both the left and the government.

So when an organization like the SPLC or NAACP called some conservative group a “hate group” or “racist”, the SPLC and NAACP would in turn be called “un-American” or “anti-American”.

And in all fairness, CUAC should also condemn government actions that are unconstitutional and oppressive, like the ever increasing paranoid security apparatus.

yefragetuwrabrumuy, Free Republic 51 Comments [9/5/2012 6:51:28 AM]
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Quote# 89369

[About the Democratic National Convention.]

They're also bringing out Sandra Flux, the bimbo who wants the normal folks to cover her $3,000.000 a month sex habit ( There's a lot of guys jumping on that pin cushion ). Then they're moving onto homosexual "marriage" after the nation adamantly said "No way" to that nonsense.

I think they know they're going to lose, so they're going all out to please the far, far, radical left - the jihadists, homoes, baby killers, felons, theives, .... Either Oboma really is dumber than a box of rocks and that's why the country is drowning, they've got a political death wish for themselves, or Oboma set the nation up for a forign attack.
No political party in their right mind would be this irrational.

concerned about politics, Free Republic 54 Comments [9/5/2012 6:50:43 AM]
Fundie Index: 64

Quote# 89367

Katrina was the greatest natural disaster ever to hit America. Now seven years later, to the day, another hurricane is heading towards this city. The fact the events are seven years apart is very significant as this number is biblically important. It is the number of completion: God created the universe in seven days. The church, city and nation have not repented and the homosexual agenda is far worse than it was in 2005.

New Orleans is still hosting Southern Decadence with open homosexuality manifesting in the streets of the city. It could be that God is putting an end to this city and its wickedness. The timing of Hurricane Isaac with Southern Decadence is a sign that God’s patience with America’s sin is coming to an end. Let’s all watch this very closely, because if New Orleans is destroyed, it is a sure sign that the final judgment for the national sin of America has arrived.

Pastor John McTernan, Joe. My. God. 50 Comments [9/5/2012 6:38:22 AM]
Fundie Index: 53
Submitted By: Aspergus

Quote# 89362

[re. Obama's tribute to Neil Armstrong]

Somehow I get the feeling that he wanted to say, “Including those who are ensuring that we reach higher and go further in space – like the hard working Muslims working for NASA.”

The next step will likely be for Obama to sign an executive order to add a moon to our flag – a crescent moon.

Jodie, Moonbattery 36 Comments [9/5/2012 6:37:31 AM]
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Quote# 89361

[Response to a billboard promoting American Atheists]

I hope your children are raped by a herd of goddamn N$%#ERS and then their throats are slit and they die a slow painful death. Now that would be fun to watch. I hope it happens to all of you atheist parents.

Anonymous, Examiner 63 Comments [9/5/2012 6:36:33 AM]
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Quote# 89357

The truth is never politically incorrect, so what they didn't teach you in school is that by their very genetic nature women are reactive, whereas men are proactive. And this natural fact has nothing with any social engineering of the past, present, or future. This is the real reason women have never done anything of any real world significance and never will. So, hopelessly unable to compete with men, feminism set about just lowering the standards of 'achievement.' So despite all of their delusions and lip service, in their heart of hearts, women by their very nature are very, very lazy with no drive and really just want to lounge around and do nothing...

They tried to teach you in school that before the modern age women were so utterly oppressed, when in fact it was the lower class who was oppressed- male and female. It was the upper class who had the luxury of higher education, yet the women of the upper class throughout history still chose to lead frivolous and pointless lives just as the women of today. Nothing but empty materialism, shallow superficiality and endless social gatherings and parties consisting of mindless lounging around and aimless chatter with no real committed ambition of any kind.

And that's fine.. women shouldn't try to convince anyone that their lives and interests consist of anything more than silliness and raising children. That is how nature created woman and anything else is a hoax that certainly any man can see through. The only ones 'buying' any of the Feminist lie to this day are other brainwashed women and ridiculous maginas like this one. [Photo of Barack Obama.]

Reality2010, The Problem With Women Today 71 Comments [9/4/2012 3:07:06 AM]
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Quote# 89349

Evolutionists Explain Design Using Unscientific "Magic Words"

The term "magic words" is used here as a concise idiom that describes the best words evolutionists use to explain "apparent" design. Evolutionists confidently insist that a complex biological feature simply "appeared," "emerged," "arose," "gave rise to," "burst onto the scene," "evolved itself," "derived," "was on the way to becoming," "radiated into," "modified itself," "became a miracle of evolution," "was making the transition to," "manufactured itself," "evolution's way of dealing with," "derived emergent properties," or "was lucky."

How do words like "appeared" explain design? Just like magic, the use of this word invokes mysterious powers within unseen universes that are capable of leaping over enormous scientific obstacles without having to provide any scientific consideration for how a particular physical result was achieved. Magic words convey wish-like convictions that if evolutionists just believe deeply enough, their explanations must be true and someday will be true--though currently resisted by all scientific evidence. Explaining design by believing it "arose" appeals to imaginary special forces which help evolutionists to connect the evolutionary dots. But as in any magical kingdom, the connections are mental fantasies that are not grounded in reality.

Magic words lack explanatory power because they fail to tie real observations to detailed descriptions of how features of design originate. Claiming that novel biological features "burst onto the scene" abandons the need for experimental verification; indeed, the implication is to not even try. Take any biological observation. In evolutionary thinking, any observation can be transformed into a proof that explains its own existence by applying the magic phrase: "It exists because it is favored by natural selection." In reality, observations are only observations and are neither proofs nor explanations.

Engineers, medical doctors, and other scientists who rely on studies or experiments do not use these kinds of words. Their products do not "emerge" but develop via thought-filled processes. They rightly call filling a knowledge gap with narrative stories "arm waving," which calls to mind a stage magician.

In conversation with others, it would be difficult to overemphasize how important magic words are to evolutionary theory. Remark on how these words pervade elite journals like Science, popular magazines like Scientific American, and television shows like NOVA. "Magic words" pour from evolutionary literature like water over Niagara Falls. Challenge your listener to carefully observe the communication in these forums, noting how many paragraphs or statements pass without the use of these words. They are the lifeblood of the evolutionary community's most profound and highest-quality scientific literature.

Randy J. Guliuzza, P.E., M.D., Institute for Creation Research 63 Comments [9/4/2012 3:05:37 AM]
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Quote# 89343

“My church teaches creation, but it doesn’t deny evolution.”, YOU need to find a new church. If a “church” cannot get Genesis right then EVERYTHING else they “teach” is suspect.

US Navy Vet, Free Republic 34 Comments [9/4/2012 3:04:56 AM]
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Quote# 89341

(On Bill Nye)

What a surprise. PBS hired and made famous a radical secularist. He also thinks that people who "deny" Global Warming are anti-science too. He'd make a great spokesman for Stalin's Ministry of Science, just like pretty much everyone else who works for PBS.

Opinionated Blowhard , Free Republic 42 Comments [9/4/2012 3:04:05 AM]
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Quote# 89336

[re: what Noah did with all the animal waste on his ark]

One low-tech solution rarely mentioned is the “methane digester.” All Noah would have needed was a simple airtight container to hold the manure, the proper bacteria, and a way of piping the resulting bio-gas to places where it could perform useful work—like a heating, cooking, and lighting inside the ship.

The gas pipes might have been as basic as hollow reeds sealed with natural latex from the rubber tree, Hevea brasiliensses. Methane at ambient temperature and pressure is lighter than air and would flow naturally from the lowest point of Noah’s ship (where the digesters would be located), to the decks above, providing reliable gaslight illumination in what must have been an otherwise dark environment.

The Ark was being designed about 4,450 years ago, when mankind was still highly intelligent (Noah’s ancestor, Adam, possessed a nearly perfect brain as God created him), and Noah could easily have mastered this simple technology.

Ark Encounter, Ark Encounter 242 Comments [9/4/2012 3:01:32 AM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 89334

The first belief we have in American government, in American society is that there’s a divine Creator, that’s not a personal belief, that’s an official government belief, that’s in our founding document. The first thing we say is there’s a Creator, the second thing we say is we believe the Creator gave us a certain set of rights, that are God-given inalienable rights, they exist to every person on the globe just because they were born, actually just because they were conceived quite frankly. Founding Fathers recognized abortion as a crime way back in the beginning, that’s why in the Seventh Amendment of the Constitution, part of the common law, you’re not allowed to do abortions because God gives life, not humans, humans can’t take life that God gives so it’s real simple stuff.

The seventh amendment actually says "In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried by a jury shall be otherwise re–examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules of the common law."

David Barton, Right Wing Watch 33 Comments [9/4/2012 3:01:03 AM]
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Submitted By: Zagen30

Quote# 89333

Funny how that works. For all the supremely scholarly, objective and critical thinking atheist types who come here, it never fails. They put on the garb of atheist, esquire extraordinaire, and proceed to move the Devil out of his prosecutor chair and try their own brand of accusing the brethren, or blaming God. Yet, for all the schoolin and the smarts, they cannot even see what they are doing, and get extremely defensive when its pointed out. The human heart is truly out of touch with its own actions. Sad.

HeIsEnough, rapture ready  26 Comments [9/4/2012 3:00:35 AM]
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Submitted By: tony

Quote# 89332

It's true that the younger the voter, the less likely he or she is to oppose same-sex marriage. But how strong are those opinions?

One clue arises from the landslide passage of North Carolina's Amendment One defining marriage as between one man and one woman. Public Policy Polling's survey of voters under 30 shows they opposed the amendment, but only marginally (51 percent). SurveyUSA also looked at Amendment One in its final weeks and found a similar result -- with 41 percent of young voters opposing the amendment and 48 percent supporting it. The American Enterprise Institute ran the numbers and found that, even if no one over age 45 had voted in the North Carolina referendum on marriage, it would have passed by around 8 percentage points.

If we're waiting for demographics to usher in same-sex marriage, we might have to wait awhile. The fact is, in 30 states so far, citizens have voted to write into their constitutions that marriage is the union between one man and one woman. National Review's Rich Lowry says that "no referendum simply upholding traditional marriage has ever lost. And even in Maine, voters in 2009 reversed a gay-marriage law passed by the legislature." If gay marriage is to be ushered in through the democratic process, all these results would have to be reversed which, Mr. Lowry estimates, would take a generation.

Rich Lowry points to the 70s-era Equal Rights Amendment which also was seen to be inevitable. Congress passed it in 1972 and 30 states immediately ratified it. Then Phyllis Schlafly raised an army as she pointed out that the ERA would result in things like women being placed in combat positions and losing protections in divorce settlements. Beverly LaHaye started her Concerned Women for America under the rallying cry: "They (the feminists) don't speak for all women." Once the truth got out, only a handful of other states ratified it, and it failed to make it into the U.S. Constitution.

The 60s free-sex crowd foresaw a world of commitment-free physical relationships, with abortion accepted as second-tier birth control. But, unlike them, their kids today are pro-life -- and more are practicing abstinence until marriage.

The fact is young voters often change their political views as they age. And some of the bad consequences of things like abortion and easy divorce cause young people to turn against them. Polls show millenials care deeply about family values. Many are forced, due to the economy, to live at home with parents longer. The happy result is, families are becoming closer. It's not farfetched that the rising millennials could come to see marriage as the cornerstone of a stable family.

Perhaps gay marriage is not inevitable?

Penna Dexter, Baptist Press 27 Comments [9/4/2012 2:57:57 AM]
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Quote# 89328

Pardon the I read them, and though they are chilling and disturbing, I wouldn't exactly call them evil, though the government definitely is evil in the series. It is what COULD happen, if America fell, and a corrupting central government seized power and stripped people of their freedom. Of course, that is exactly what happened to bring about those horrific hunger games. I read the series as what it would be like if people had no concept of God whatsoever. In the books, there was not a single reference or utterance of God or hell. There wasn't even a "thank God" or "Oh my God"--not a one. It was if the government just "erased" God. It was also like a peek into just a few minutes of the Tribulation. (side note: of course that little subtlety was lost on Hollywood, so in the movie they injected a few "Oh my God"s and a "What the h***". ) I can totally see pitting kids against each other (to fight to the death!) for television entertainment. I have to say that the end of the series was disappointing to me. I would have liked to have seen a spark of the Divine--for them to realize where their "heart" came from. I have written my own ending of the series (in my head ), and when the rebels take over the Capitol, Katniss finds a Bible and becomes a believer. She shares her Bible with Peeta and Gale, and they start a Bible Study. *sigh* What could have been.

gracecarrie, rapture ready 38 Comments [9/3/2012 8:51:15 AM]
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Submitted By: wigglytuff

Quote# 89327

"Free thinkers" are actually bondage thinkers because they are still trapped in their sin, they are blind and refuse to admit they are locked in their own cages but Jesus holds the key to eternal life for them; all they have to do is open their eyes and freely receive Jesus' salvation; only then can they become free in their thinking.

buzzardhut, rapture ready 45 Comments [9/3/2012 8:48:18 AM]
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Submitted By: wiggltuff

Quote# 89324

The sought-after equality is gone, because the inequality is now enshrined as a matter of law, namely, sexual harassment law.

If women could compete equally with men in affairs of business, there would be no need of such laws: but the masculine psychology (which is as predatory and lusty as it was in the days when Achilles and Agamemnon quarreled over who should possess the slave-girl Chrysies) makes civilized behavior with women impossible: until and unless the rules and customs of civilization, the boundaries and sanctuaries evolved over centuries, are allow to check the reckless impulses.

John C. Wright, John C. Wright's Journal 34 Comments [9/3/2012 8:40:56 AM]
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Submitted By: David

Quote# 89323

People who are in the path of tropical storm Issac should protect their loved ones, their animals and their property by rebuking the storm. See the example from Luke 8:22-25. It is also in Matthew and Mark.

22 Now it came to pass on a certain day, that he went into a ship with his disciples: and he said unto them, Let us go over unto the other side of the lake. And they launched forth.
23 But as they sailed he fell asleep: and there came down a storm of wind on the lake; and they were filled with water, and were in jeopardy.
24 And they came to him, and awoke him, saying, Master, master, we perish. Then he arose, and rebuked the wind and the raging of the water: and they ceased, and there was a calm.
25 And he said unto them, Where is your faith? And they being afraid wondered, saying one to another, What manner of man is this! for he commandeth even the winds and water, and they obey him.(KJV)

CGL1023, http://www.christianforums.com/ 42 Comments [9/3/2012 8:37:20 AM]
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Submitted By: Wulframn

Quote# 89320

I have often said that Al-Qaeda foolishly choose indiscriminate terrorism.

Instead, if they packaged their message into a slick media campaign that explains why Western feminism is destructive, while keeping violence to a minimum, they could have gotten a lot more traction in the West.

TFH, The Spearhead 35 Comments [9/3/2012 8:21:07 AM]
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Quote# 89300

[Discussing tolerance of atheism and secular society]

You're quite right. Let's junk all this religious dogma that keeps interfering with what we want to do. I personally feel we should get rid of all these religious laws that slop over from this whole God thing. I mean, really, "Thou shalt not kill?" That's the first one I'd get rid of. Democrats should be used as targets. Along with their wives, children and pets. Morality is a phoney, religious construct. I should be able to rape, torture and steal to my own satisfaction. Atheists would be the first to agree. Right?

Daxxenos, fark 62 Comments [9/2/2012 5:47:36 AM]
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Quote# 89294

[Re. audio of the President of Ireland arguing with a Tea Partier over health care.]

This drivel coming from an Irish communist doesn’t surprise me. Remember, Europe is full of 1) The people who were too stupid to leave when their country was in famine and in massive decline and 2) Too chickenshit to leave because at least their lord or king gave them a moldy potato every now and then.

They are the ones left behind. It makes sense that their descendants are socialist losers who cling to the gov’t teat.

Elizabeth, Moonbattery 61 Comments [9/1/2012 6:56:58 PM]
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Quote# 89292

There is an ache in my chest. My heart feels hollow.

The full effects of feminism are coming to light. It's as if and atomic bomb has gone off and I'm the only survivor left unscathed. As I stand alone surveying the damage, the carnage, the wreckage, all I can do weep. There is nothing, and no one left to save.

I've all but come to terms with spinsterhood, the only thing I wont do is get a cat. Might get a dog. You see I've spent the last 2 years as a singleton. Having left a relationship of 3 years, I need that time away to heal and prepare myself for another. The time has been well spent and I feel more than ready to enter another relationship. My problem however is finding a man who is on the same page as me. The dating scene is a complete horror show. And no I'm not going to say there are no good men, there are plenty of wonderful, down right fabulous men. But they have been cut up, used up, abused, mocked, lied to, and basically abandoned by so called women. Women who enjoy and would love to see the male sex wiped out, or shriveled up in a corner crying somewhere. Women who want men to pay for history's "abuse" of women. Women who think it's funny to talk shit about their husbands, to take a man to the cleaners, to lie about paternity. I am so sick of your shit ladies, there is absolutely no excuse for your behavior! I feel no pity for the woman who cries there are no available men, because you're same woman who screams "GIRL POWER" and "I don't need a man". When you lie alone in your bed at night crying, I hope it sinks in. I hope it hits home so hard it rocks you to your core. You're miserable and alone because you chose it. You choose not to see the truth, the destruction of the natural bond between men and women. Right now I have no pity on you, someday in the future, sure. I'll pray about.


Ladies the reason why we can't seem to find a man to have a relationship with is because we make them miserable, we have made ourselves undesirable. You can sit here and deny it all you want but it's the truth. You have created your pain by accepting feminism as your mantra. Now you have live with it. As well as I do.

So tonight my heart aches for all those men who are stuck in a world that no longer sees your value, a world where you are to be hunted and destroyed. And for you "Super girl", "Wonder woman", I hope karma gets you.......good. A barren womb I think is an appropriate punishment.


Kimberly, Kimberly's Lament 88 Comments [9/1/2012 6:56:38 PM]
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