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I am tired of seeing the retreat of Christianity. It is sound Christian doctrine that has given us the great freedom and prosperity we enjoy. The United States was founded on sound Christian principles. The foundational principle is that man has a sin nature, and that law and government should be structured to harness man’s selfish nature for the good of society. The Ten Commandments are the foundation of a free nation. They limit and direct man’s behavior in a positive direction for the benefit of all. The proper role of government is to reward good behavior and punish bad behavior. Our government punishes hard work and productivity, and rewards laziness. The foundation stones of a productive society are the commandments “thou shall not bear false witness” and “thou shall not steal”. When I was criticizing President Obama’s redistribution philosophy, a liberal friend once ask me, “Charlie, what would Jesus say”? I told her I knew exactly what Jesus would say. He would say “thou shall not steal”! If government punishes hard work, and rewards laziness, we will all have less. The Democrat philosophy is that we should cut the pie in equal tiny pieces for all to share. The Republican philosophy is that we should bake more pies.

There is a strange alliance between the liberal left and the Muslim religion. It may be that since both are the enemies of Christianity, that they both believe that, my enemy’s enemy is my friend. However there are several similarities between the two. Both are antichrist in that they both deny that Jesus is God in the flesh of man, and the savior of mankind. They both also hold that their cause should take over the entire world through violent, bloody, revolution. Both want to end freedom of speech so that their doctrine cannot be criticized. Neither can survive in a free marketplace of ideas. They both lack an understanding of the true nature of God. That is, that God wants us to freely choose to love, warship, and serve him because we understand that he loved us while we were in the unlovable state of complete rebellion to him. God does not want to force himself on anyone. Love for him must be a free choice. Both Communism and the Muslim religion want to deny man that choice.

Charles Fuqua, God's Law - The Only Political Solution 55 Comments [11/28/2012 8:32:10 AM]
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JGC

"The United States was founded on sound Christian principles."

Which sound principles are we talking about, and what exactly makes them Christian principles, rather than simply principles?

11/28/2012 1:43:02 PM

Old Viking

Got as far as "The United States was founded on sound Christian principles."

11/28/2012 2:42:17 PM

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"The foundation stones of a productive society are the commandments “thou shall not bear false witness” and “thou shall not steal”"

yeah... how about "thou shalt not kill" and "thou shalt shut the fuck up and get the fuck out of our collective tits, asshat"

it's the 11th commandment, i swear. lern2buybull

11/28/2012 3:19:41 PM

Tempus

The Democrat philosophy is that we should cut the pie in equal tiny pieces for all to share. The Republican philosophy is that we should bake more pies.

...a miniscule wedge of which is then cut out of one of the pies and unevenly divided up among a thousand starving people, even though there are enough pies to feed several thousand people a very large wedge each. A (very) slightly larger wedge of that pie is then given to the guy who baked the pie in the first place, which he is free to share among his own family and friends or do whatever with. The remainder of that pie and every other pie are then devoured by two humoungously obese people who tell the baker that the reason he doesn't get a much larger cut of the pie is because of the thousand or so people who each got an almost microscopic bite of one tiny wedge. While they gorge themselves, they whine, bitch and complain about how hungry they are, how hateful it is that they have to share the pie in the first place since the baker works for them, the sheer ingratitude of the people who won't be content with their tiny taste and how lucky the baker is to be baking pies for them, the lousy quality of the pies, and how long it took to bake them. Then they warn the baker that he'd better start making MUCH better pies much faster, or his bakery job will be outsourced to those guys on the other side of town. They eat with their hands, wasting half of the pie on their shirts and the floor, kick away a few starving people who are trying to get to the crumbs, and then demand more pies NOW, and make them apple this time. Or, maybe meat, they say as they eye the starving crowd outside hungrily. A meat pie would taste very good, too.

11/28/2012 4:37:45 PM



Couldn't read past the first line, he failed right off the bat.

11/28/2012 4:50:00 PM

nazani14

Show me any verse in the Bible where a nation elects a leader.

11/28/2012 5:31:47 PM

dp

warship, lol. i see where your head is.

11/28/2012 6:12:22 PM

Alencon

No the Republican philosophy has nothing to do with baking more pies. It's more like making sure that wealth is concentrated in a small worthy minority and then they'll take care of the rest of us by sparing some drippings.

You'll excuse me but I'd rather take care of myself.

We do remember that the 3% reduction in the marginal tax rate for the wealthy was, according to Bush & the Republicans, going to generate jobs. Well, they've had that fucking 3% for 12 years now. Where are the jobs?

11/28/2012 6:42:57 PM



warship? This guy must be an Ilwrath. (cookie for the reference)

11/28/2012 7:24:03 PM

Mihangel apYrs

"God does not want to force himself on anyone. Love for him must be a free choice..."


Yeh

Love me or burn in Hell forever?

Some free choice!

11/29/2012 12:14:10 AM



Shut your fucking face unclefuqua!

Sorry, couldn't resist.

11/29/2012 3:48:19 AM

michael3ov

What would Jesus say about the massive redistribution of wealth from the majority to the minority, which is what has been happening for the past thirty years.

Wealth has been amazingly concentrated into the hands of a few but people who watch Fox news and read right wing blogs have completely missed the fleecing of the working and middle class.

Obama's "redistribution philosophy" is simply to try and make the wealth disparity in this country a little smaller. To shrink the tremendous gap between the rich and the poor because if we continue down the path we are on there will be two types of people, the filthy rich and the filthy poor, with no middle class. I guess you haven't learned much about how societies function if you think a list of 10 commandments handed down to a sheep herder during the bronze age is all a society needs to prosper. Wealth disparity is a major indication of a society in decline.

11/29/2012 4:54:15 AM

michael3ov

This guy is/was a biology teacher?

Please, please, please let his students have taken a class on critical thinking before his.

Everyone go and drop your comments on his website, no registration.

11/29/2012 4:59:14 AM

farpadokly

What has given you freedom is the liberal Enlightenment. What has given you prosperity is the hard work of people. Both of these things are only tangentially related to Christianity.
It doesn't say a thing about sin and selfishness in your founding documents, but it does mention equality and liberty and "the pursuit of happiness". These are enlightenment, not Christian ideas.
Perhaps Jesus would say "Thou shalt not steal". Perhaps he would look at people who have hundreds of times more money than others and wonder why that is. Perhaps he would tell the story of Lazarus and Dives. Perhaps he would mention something about camels and needles.
The Republican philosophy is that the fattest get ALL the pie, and those who baked the pie get the crumbs. And they are taught to be grateful for the crumbs, for even getting the crumbs is "redistribution", and therefore wicked and sinful.

11/29/2012 6:14:34 AM

farpadokly

I think there's a strange alliance between fundamentalist Islam and fundamentalist Christianity. Some Christians sometimes make statements which seem envious of Muslim abuse of human rights. I can't escape the feeling that, deep down, they would like to be able to do these things too.
The liberal left isn't the revolutionary left. That's the radical left. And the revolution need not be bloody. But after all, resistance to oppression is not a picnic.
What if we freely choose not to love, worship, and serve God, and perhaps not even to believe in him? What then? Hell, you will say. And I say, in that case, we never had a free choice. When someone threatens you, you do not have a free choice.
That's like holding a gun to a cashier's head and saying, you have a free choice to open up the register and hand over all the money. I don't want to force you.

11/29/2012 6:24:20 AM

tmarcl

The Democrat philosophy is that we should cut the pie in equal tiny pieces for all to share. The Republican philosophy is that we should bake more pies.

Wrong on both counts. Assume that making pie is your definition of success in life. According to conservative philosophy, everyone should be able to make pie through their own efforts. If you work hard enough, long enough, you will get pie. The liberal philosophy is that while this is a nice ideal, it doesn't reflect reality. Some people may not have a stove, or enough flour, or have ever learned how to bake. Others, on the other hand, may have additional stoves, or a warehouse of flour - basically an abundance of resources. Liberals believe that if these extra resources are shared with those who don't have them, they'll be able to make their own pies.

The thing conservatives always seem to assume is that liberals want to give away success. We don't. It's impossible to create success out of nothing. Going back to the pie example - if I bake a lousy pie, a liberal isn't going to say, "That's okay, we'll call it delicious." What the liberal wants to do is help me by making the tools and resources available to me so I can make a decent pie on my own.

Does that make sense?

11/29/2012 6:56:20 AM

Seeker Lancer

Same old story, if this is all you've got you'd better prepare to do a lot more retreating.

11/29/2012 8:35:09 AM

Nagol

The first amendment and the Treat of Tripoli say hi, and they also say wanted to tell you to STFU.

11/29/2012 8:44:53 AM

Anon-e-moose

Vegeta! What does the scouter say about this fundie's bullshit levels?



IT'S OVER 90000!

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11/29/2012 9:53:55 AM

Another Swede

Warship? That's really funny.

11/30/2012 5:53:54 AM

Dr.Shrinker

"I am tired of seeing the retreat of Christianity."

- Then you better keep your eyes covered for the next decade or so. But then I expect you're used to that.

11/30/2012 6:19:50 AM



What would Jesus say?

"Sell all your goods and give the money to the poor." He said it twice.

"It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter heaven."

Luke, chapters 13 and 18

11/30/2012 10:41:21 AM



Communism is when an alliance of niggers, fags, and sluts re-elect a Kenyan Muslim Atheist Socialist.

Fixed.

Remember, quantum president is quantum.

11/30/2012 7:35:18 PM

Raised by Horses

@1476376

Homeschooled by Fox News, you say?

12/1/2012 3:49:48 AM

rubber chicken

Actually, the Republican philosophy is that You should bake more pies, then be forced to give them to people who already have a massive surplus of pies, who will then sell you the crumbs.
Democrat philosophy is pretty much the same except they don't really care if the pies are made by minorities.

12/2/2012 8:12:22 AM
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