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Quote# 79768

Government doesn't endow people with the ability to procreate the species. The Creator takes care of that. Like all unalienable rights, those associated with the natural family exist in consequence of this endowment. A couple that cannot, by nature, procreate has no claim to those rights. Nor can government grant them a semblance of it without impairing the claims of one or both of the parents biologically implicated in the physical conception of the child. The DOMA simply makes more explicit the government's obligation to secure the Creator-endowed unalienable rights of the natural family. This obligation precludes government from fabricating other rights that impair them. In this respect, granting homosexuals the right to marry is like granting plantation owners the right to own slaves.

Alan Keyes, WND 98 Comments [3/3/2011 4:31:40 AM]
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Quote# 79792

I hope I get killed for Jesus.

We don't know what they endured, or might have had they lived. Right now they're in Heaven, wearing a martyrs crown, living Revelation 21:4.

Not only that, but people like me are going to be even more determined to hand out as many Bibles as possible.

Acts5:41, Rapture Ready 122 Comments [3/3/2011 4:29:17 AM]
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Submitted By: Christopher Lee
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He's Back!

Apparently one of his bans expired.

Quote# 79791

so now science tells us that some of the earliest humans put feathers on their heads, smeared paint on their faces and shot the bow and arrow. Eventually science gets around to telling us what we already knew. Is it any wonder that the American Indian seems to have vague memories of the days of creation?..memories that often reflect those written in Genesis?...that's because their ancestors were there.

Supersport, Talk Rational 65 Comments [3/3/2011 4:29:02 AM]
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Submitted By: Wolfhound
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Quote# 79783

The FBI in New York has reportedly arrested Theodore Shulman, a radical abortion rights campaigner with a long history of threatening pro-life activists, and charged him with making interstate threats against two abortion opponents who were not identified.

The 49-year-old Shulman was arrested on Thursday and was being held without bond at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City, according to pro-life activists who were alerted to Shulman's incarceration by federal investigators. An officer at the correctional center referred a calls about inmates to the public relations office, which is closed over the weekend.

"This is a huge relief to us that Ted Shulman is behind bars where he belongs," Cheryl Sullenger of Operation Rescue, a prominent anti-abortion organization, said in a story on the group's website. "He often posted threatening comments to our website and called me on my cell phone too many times to count."
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"He was always brazen in his threats and openly identified himself, telling us not to bother calling the FBI because they would never do anything for us," Sullenger said. "Thankfully, he was wrong about that."
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For whatever reasons, Theodore Shulman -- who goes by Ted -- seemed to fixate on the issue of abortion rights and defined his activism by fierce and often extreme verbal attacks on pro-lifers that often threatened them with a violent end. He liked to allude to himself as the "first pro-choice terrorist" and started a blog called "Operation Counterstrike."

His mission statement says: "Right-to-lifism is murder, and ALL right-to-lifers are bloody-handed accessories. Swear it, believe it, proclaim it, and act on it."
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It's not clear what Shulman may have done to push his actions and rhetoric across the line to alleged criminality. In its website report about Shulman's arrest Operation Rescue includes an audio recording of a threat to Cheryl Sullenger that the group says Shulman left on the group's voicemail:

"Hi Cheryl, I'm calling you to say you need to convert to pro-choice because your Maker is going to send an angel to gather you in very soon, and if you haven't converted to pro-choice by the time you get OFFED you will go to hell and burn!" the message says. "So quick, quick, quick -- convert to pro-choice during the few months you have left on this earth. Do it now!"

Theodore Shulman, Politics Daily 101 Comments [3/2/2011 6:10:36 AM]
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Submitted By: Honky McCracker
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Quote# 79782

Soon they will give the morning after pill to girls when the start school..crush it and put it into their milk. By that time the feds will require it with their brkst or lunch.
I doubt they would ever do that because there is such a market for abortions.
Planned Parenthood did 280,000 in 2010..add another 200K/300K for other providers and you can see why it will never be stopped....we have murdered 40,000,000 babies ..
i think Hitler is smiling.
Think dead taxpayers...Feds will open the border wider and wider as we murder more.

nflgator, THFSG 69 Comments [3/2/2011 6:07:37 AM]
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Quote# 79781

If you just type in ''evolution is...'' on google search.

what do you get first?

Here is what it produces

1. Evolution is a lie
2. Evolution is wrong

Those are the first top two...

Goes to show evolution really has a lack of support. Basically everyone deep down is sceptical about it and want to learn about the alternitives (i.e creationism). The only people who don't question evolution are the militant atheists who need it to support their own worldview. Since most atheists are immoral - of course they will reject the idea of us being created and a list of morals and laws.to stand by.

Research1, Christian Forums 106 Comments [3/2/2011 6:06:03 AM]
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Quote# 79776

The way I see it God wants us to have that oil. Why else would he put those nasty Arabs on top of it?

Once the rulers are taken out we could go in there and secure the oil.

They owe us for 9/11, we should take the opportunity to collect.

Berlin_Freeper, Free Republic 67 Comments [3/2/2011 6:01:58 AM]
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Submitted By: WatermelonRat
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Quote# 79765

[re: Washington's Birthday being called 'President's Day' as an example of "secularized language"]

Washington was a prominent Christian whose habit of praying and appealing to God for assistance is well-known. He was a kind of saint, and the downplaying of his (indisputable) significance is due to his Christianity. If he had been an atheist then you'd see the opposite effect.

"What kind of saint was George Washington?"

The kind that wins wars. There have been other examples. Have you heard of Joan of Arc?

"So which churches DO recognize Washington as a saint or other type of sacred being?"

Perhaps the church of Satan does, or perhaps atheists simply dislike Washington. Wouldn't that be enough to explain the misnaming of the holiday as described in this entry?
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Atheistic bias, like other forms of bias, seeks to downplay and minimize Christianity. Washington was a leading, accomplished Christian. Lincoln far less so, other presidents even lesser still, and the office of president not Christian at all. An atheistic bias pushes language from the Christian recognition to the more atheistic substitute.

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 91 Comments [3/1/2011 6:09:06 AM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar
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The "Legalist" Award

Because freedom is only for privledged or protected classes

Quote# 79760

President Obama's announcement Wednesday that he will refuse to do his job when it comes to the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is part of this stunning pattern of rejecting the democratic process. Obama said that his administration would not defend the law in legal challenges because it is unconstitutional but that it would continue to enforce the law selectively. This is incomprehensible and incoherent, except in nakedly political terms. The president is using his power to do what he – and his base – wants.

Particularly egregious is Obama's unilateral declaration that homosexuals are a specially protected class under the Constitution and that this is the reason DOMA is unconstitutional. But the Constitution does not directly say so. Congress has passed no such law. Nor has the Supreme Court ever said that homosexual people are a protected class.

Brian Brown, http://queerty.com 41 Comments [3/1/2011 6:01:00 AM]
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Submitted By: Aspergus
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Quote# 79759

[Maryland Senate approves a pro-gay marriage bill.]

You are cordially invited to attend the Gala WhiteHouse Wedding and events-date to be announced. AG Eric the Holder has allready sent Congress a prenup announcement The Amerikan Civil Union of Liars has announced for the bride
Barry Soetoro,The Prince of this world that old serpent Lucifer Father of the President will officiate. The Muslim Brotherhood and the Black Panthers have agreed to serve the groom,Eric the Holder; and the People from ACTUP, SIEU, and
various Union Bosses have pledge to serve as bridesmaids. the Presidents own Queen Berets will act as Jesters and Wait persons.the guests will be invited to the destruction of the Nations Cathedral ,the night will be lit as in days of old with burning Christians crucified for their unbelief in the new system.

StonyBurk, Free Republic 61 Comments [3/1/2011 5:58:36 AM]
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Submitted By: Honky McCracker
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Quote# 79724

Rick Santorum launched into a scathing attack on the left, charging during an appearance in South Carolina that the history of the Crusades has been corrupted by “the American left who hates Christendom.”

“The idea that the Crusades and the fight of Christendom against Islam is somehow an aggression on our part is absolutely anti-historical,” Santorum said in Spartanburg on Tuesday. “And that is what the perception is by the American left who hates Christendom.”

He added, “They hate Western civilization at the core. That's the problem.”

After asserting that Christianity had not shown any “aggression” to the Muslim world, the former Pennsylvania senator — who is considering a 2012 run for the White House — argued that American intervention in the Middle East helps promote “core American values.”

“What I'm talking about is onward American soldiers,” he said. “What we're talking about are core American values. ‘All men are created equal' — that's a Christian value, but it's an American value.”

“It's become part of our national religion, if you will,” he continued. “The point I was trying to make was that the national faith, the national ideal, is rooted in the Christian ideal — in the Judeo-Christian concept of the person.”


Rick Santorum, Politico 75 Comments [3/1/2011 4:36:16 AM]
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