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PostPosted: Sat Mar 31, 2012 5:45 pm 
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Remember Jerry Boykin, the general that got booted out for railing against Muslims while in uniform before a church crowd? Well, he explains why he endorsed Rick Santorum.

Last month I drove to Charleston S.C. and I endorsed Rick Santorum. Not becasue he and I share the same theology, because we don't. But he is truly a man that loves god, that has a deep understanding of the bible, and has lived his faith according to that theology. There's just not a time where he has not lived his faith, so I endorsed him.

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just left a message at "kingdom warrior ministries" (located in a shopping center in fayetteville, nc) for jerry boykin.

i requested that he keep his damn religionist mouth shut. and that he doesn't know a damn thing about this country.

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 03, 2012 11:57 am 
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Michele Bachmann, who gets government paid health insurance, claims that on one is going without health insurance because they can't afford it.

courtesy of The David Pakman Show

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2012 7:28 am 
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Michele Bachmann, who gets government paid health insurance, claims that on one is going without health insurance because they can't afford it.

courtesy of The David Pakman Show

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i am ambivalent about bachmann.

on the one hand if she manages to stay in congress she will continue to spout her nonsense. otoh if she is kicked out of congress faux noise will likely supply her with a forum to continue spouting her nonsense.

that's not much of a choice.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:28 am 
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Like Palin, Bachmann is an entertaining freak show. The media loves "celebrities" which is what she and Palin are.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2012 4:27 pm 
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Kirk Cameron has a new "documentary" that will preview in select theaters tonight. Here's a piece from an article from American's United:



read more HERE

Chris Rodda talk about the lies in "Monumental"

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UPDATE: Rodda has uncovered more lies from Barton about the Aitken bible.

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This new lie is about Rev. John Rodgers, who Barton transforms into a “close friend” of George Washington. Here’s what Barton wrote:

“Incidentally, on May 30, 1783, the Rev. John Rodgers, a military chaplain and close friend of George Washington, suggested to his Commander-in-Chief that one of these congressionally approved Bibles be given to every member of the Continental Army.”

The truth? Washington barely knew John Rodgers! They were barely even acquaintances, let alone close friends!


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Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio Accuses the left of attacking the institution of the family, which is the first institution established in the bible. He claims they attack family because they want big government. You can hear a conversation between he and Tony Perkins of The Family Research Council.

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Pseudo-historian David Barton is at it again! Now he's making the false claim that portions of the constitution come from the bible "verbatim." One example he gives is Article 2 about the leader needing to be a natural born citizen, comparing it to a verse in Deuteronomy.

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From another thread, but deserves a place here too.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 11, 2012 9:06 pm 
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Glenn Beck tells crazy James Robinson and an audience that "we're done as a nation" and claims that fascism and dictators are coming into Greece and it's happening here. "We're in an era of a new civil rights movement...we are the ones...when you say that Martin Luther King would have been there with the rapes and the murders and everything of Wall Street, you are wrong."

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2012 5:51 pm 
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Obama is stirring up race hatred with the Black Panthers! It's true. A couple of black people on Sean Hannity's show said so.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:18 am 
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when fascism comes to america it will be wrapped in a flag and carrying a bible.

there really is nothing more to say about the likes of barton, beck and the leviticans on television and radio.

vigilance is necessary to insure they do not destroy the country. for they will if given half of a chance. that is why romney's pandering in order to get elected is so dangerous. he does not understand the forces that could be unleashed. he is dangerous because there is no "there" there. once he is elected, if it should come to pass, he will be expected by the philosophically violent right to bow to their will. w, we at least understood and knew where he stood in terms of his shallow philosophies. romney is smoke and mirrors.

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bird's theorem-"we the people" are stupid.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 14, 2012 9:58 am 
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R-money can be anything to anybody for a price. And isn't it funny how his wife said being a stay at home mom was hard work. On TYT, Stephanie Miller said that a caller into her show said she was a former housekeeper for the Romney's when the kids were growing up. Miller took her at her word only because she provided details. But anyway, this woman said that it was true, Ann Romney DIDN'T work a day in her life because somebody else did the cooking and cleaning.

These are the people that want to run a country where 99% of the population knows what it's like to struggle to get by.

And if R-money wants to put Obama's faith out there as a talking point, than his should be fair game.

So, let's talk about how African-Americans were denied priesthood in your church until 1979.

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R-money can be anything to anybody for a price. And isn't it funny how his wife said being a stay at home mom was hard work. On TYT, Stephanie Miller said that a caller into her show said she was a former housekeeper for the Romney's when the kids were growing up. Miller took her at her word only because she provided details. But anyway, this woman said that it was true, Ann Romney DIDN'T work a day in her life because somebody else did the cooking and cleaning.

These are the people that want to run a country where 99% of the population knows what it's like to struggle to get by.

And if R-money wants to put Obama's faith out there as a talking point, than his should be fair game.

So, let's talk about how African-Americans were denied priesthood in your church until 1979.

i get your point regarding the mormon church and african-americans.

i am a strict separationist. if the roman bishops aren't careful they will end up in an argument over dogma and that would not bode well for religion or the state. the same applies to the mormons or any other sect, denomination, religion etc. religion flourished in the u.s. because the state would not interfere in it and it was not permitted to interfere with the state. attempts by idiots like barton and beck and the roman bishops to insinuate their theology or belief structure into the secular state will be met by intellectual and legal force. i have had enough of this crap from these religionists.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2012 3:25 pm 
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Here's Herman Cain's latest bizarre ad against the stimulus---man-eating chickens.

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Ted Nugent says 4 of the Supreme Court Justices don't believe in the constitution and that the Obama administration are criminals that need to get "their heads chopped off" in November.

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Wingnut Bryan Fischer says the idea of capitalism came from Jesus' wanting to serve. The customer is always right comes from Mark 10.

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Wingnut Bryan Fischer says the idea of capitalism came from Jesus' wanting to serve. The customer is always right comes from Mark 10.

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apparently fischer missed this one.

http://bible.cc/matthew/6-24.htm

doesn't quite square with capitalism.

jesus didn't give a damn about political and economic systems 2000 years in the future.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 18, 2012 8:52 am 
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apparently fischer missed this one.

http://bible.cc/matthew/6-24.htm

doesn't quite square with capitalism.

jesus didn't give a damn about political and economic systems 2000 years in the future.


Jesus was an elitist.

'Money is a good thing if you're poor. Only the elites despise earning money.'

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ah, another damn elitist! ;)

it both amuses and annoys me to see these pharisees like fischer. the knots they twist themselves into to try and square their lust for money with the christ are funny as hell.

and very sad as well.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 18, 2012 11:28 am 
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i am ambivalent about bachmann.

on the one hand if she manages to stay in congress she will continue to spout her nonsense. otoh if she is kicked out of congress faux noise will likely supply her with a forum to continue spouting her nonsense.

Sure it is - it is real easy to NOT listen/watch fauxsnooze.
that's not much of a choice.

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im so glad this thread got bumped up again.
id forgotten it.

let me add this.

http://theimmoralminority.blogspot.com/ ... o-buy.html

Oh! those bad founding fathers, and framers......surely they were commies....
http://www.tnr.com/article/politics/102 ... e-care-act
If Health Insurance Mandates Are Unconstitutional, Why Did the Founding Fathers Back Them?
But there’s a major problem with this line of argument: It just isn’t true. The founding fathers, it turns out, passed several mandates of their own. In 1790, the very first Congress—which incidentally included 20 framers—passed a law that included a mandate: namely, a requirement that ship owners buy medical insurance for their seamen. This law was then signed by another framer: President George Washington. That’s right, the father of our country had no difficulty imposing a health insurance mandate.

That’s not all. In 1792, a Congress with 17 framers passed another statute that required all able-bodied men to buy firearms. Yes, we used to have not only a right to bear arms, but a federal duty to buy them. Four framers voted against this bill, but the others did not, and it was also signed by Washington. Some tried to repeal this gun purchase mandate on the grounds it was too onerous, but only one framer voted to repeal it.

Six years later, in 1798, Congress addressed the problem that the employer mandate to buy medical insurance for seamen covered drugs and physician services but not hospital stays. And you know what this Congress, with five framers serving in it, did? It enacted a federal law requiring the seamen to buy hospital insurance for themselves. That’s right, Congress enacted an individual mandate requiring the purchase of health insurance.

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 18, 2012 8:22 pm 
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:shock: Amazing! Not only were the framers anti-freedom, they were SOCIALISTS! And hospital insurance?? Did it include death panels?

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well, yeah, it's easy to choose to not listen to "lies 'r' us" but it becomes necessary to keep an eye on the agitprop factory.

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im so glad this thread got bumped up again.
id forgotten it.

let me add this.

http://theimmoralminority.blogspot.com/ ... o-buy.html

Oh! those bad founding fathers, and framers......surely they were commies....
http://www.tnr.com/article/politics/102 ... e-care-act
If Health Insurance Mandates Are Unconstitutional, Why Did the Founding Fathers Back Them?
But there’s a major problem with this line of argument: It just isn’t true. The founding fathers, it turns out, passed several mandates of their own. In 1790, the very first Congress—which incidentally included 20 framers—passed a law that included a mandate: namely, a requirement that ship owners buy medical insurance for their seamen. This law was then signed by another framer: President George Washington. That’s right, the father of our country had no difficulty imposing a health insurance mandate.

That’s not all. In 1792, a Congress with 17 framers passed another statute that required all able-bodied men to buy firearms. Yes, we used to have not only a right to bear arms, but a federal duty to buy them. Four framers voted against this bill, but the others did not, and it was also signed by Washington. Some tried to repeal this gun purchase mandate on the grounds it was too onerous, but only one framer voted to repeal it.

Six years later, in 1798, Congress addressed the problem that the employer mandate to buy medical insurance for seamen covered drugs and physician services but not hospital stays. And you know what this Congress, with five framers serving in it, did? It enacted a federal law requiring the seamen to buy hospital insurance for themselves. That’s right, Congress enacted an individual mandate requiring the purchase of health insurance.
don't tell the so-called originalists on the supreme court.

they might have collective apoplexy.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 10:43 am 
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Speaking of health care, Apostle Cindy Jacobs believes we'll have to get a computer chip implanted in our fingers to get it.

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