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Quote# 86938

There is just as much...in fact MORE...evidence for exactly what Russ Miller is claiming than what "modern" geology can claim.

Laying down the layers of the Geologic Column? That could ONLY have been done rapidly and in the presence of much water and continual vibration (earthquake-like). Dr. Walt Brown describes the process in his book In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation and the Flood.

There are so many things explained plausibly by Dr. Brown that "modern" geology and "evolutionary science" either cannot or will not explain, it is laughable that evolution continues to be taught as fact, when it is merely the pipe dream of those who want to disavow God.

As I said before, sad & pathetic...

Timberwolf, Where Liberty Dwells 31 Comments [4/16/2012 3:22:33 AM]
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Submitted By: Brendan Rizzo

Quote# 86937

Simply "Food for Thought"

EVERYONE thinks in terms of THEMSELVES. Everyone judges the world from their own set of standards. Everyone believes themselves to be "moderate"

A proabortionist thinks killing their own baby is a moderate view. Anyone who disagrees is "FAR right"

In the end it is God's Law and the Constitution that defines "moderation" You are an "extremist" if you stray from THAT standard.

Yes, Halley, you are an extremist Communist.

Specter, Minuteman Message Board 41 Comments [4/16/2012 3:21:40 AM]
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Quote# 86932

Romney is like a bullet in the head. Suicide is the coward's way out. I will go third party, even voting for Paul, over that degenerate Romney. If the country wants to commit suicide, let them do so! If Romney wins, it is clear that God has decided to bring judgment on the country. A Romney nomination does not bode well for our future. It's time to start stocking up on food and ammunition if you haven't already. Go and sink with the USS Romney, I'll stay in Texas.

Apollo5600, Where Liberty Dwells 44 Comments [4/16/2012 3:18:29 AM]
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Submitted By: Brendan Rizzo

Quote# 86926

1. Atheists know nothing about what they don't know, and they feel guilty enough to accuse those who know what atheists do not know. This only reveals a limited mind of not only atheists, but the atheistic scientists whose knowledge is limited to studying limited matter. Both seem to monopolize their own blogs with accusations and guilt mongering.
2. I suggest that believers in God give up meddling in the blogs of small mind atheists. There is just no room other than room enough for matter. The deceiver has put them here to waste our time to get on with the work of preparing for the completion of the Original Plan that God had in His mind before He created.
3. Atheists are, after all, and from the beginning, broods of the deceiver. Why bother with them? They are wasting God's time, which makes them very happy. That is their happiness in life.

J. Rigney , Amazon Religion Forum 43 Comments [4/16/2012 3:14:04 AM]
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Quote# 86917

“If atheism is so liberating and enlightening why are so many of them foul mouthed,intolerant,violent,and generally lacking in human virtues?”

Atheism is not liberating and enlightening because it is tied to the stale old science of the 19th century. Modern science is revealing that the things we take for granted,such as time and space,are mere approximations of something far more profound. They are not the bedrock of reality as atheists would have us believe. Atheists are fighting a losing battle and they know it. Science which was their close friend is now their bitter enemy,and in their desperation they are striking out wildly at the Church and the Holy Father.

It is important that we understand that the findings of modern science are increasingly rendering atheism obsolete. As the rational foundations of atheism crumble,all that remains is a violent rage directed against the softest of targets –the Catholic Church.

Anthony, Protect The Pope 73 Comments [4/15/2012 3:02:25 AM]
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Submitted By: afs189

Quote# 86904

The atheists need meaning so they try to become good people by being liked and doing good deeds. The problem is that they or a group of them decide what a good deed is or who are the good people by consensus or group think. The group may decide it is good such as Hitler’s Germany who said they needed to weed out the weak and infirmed for the greater good of society. Same with our society that says it is better to kill a baby than to bring it into poverty even in a country that prides itself on upward mobility. The group may decide it can destroy a business if it decides the business isn’t satisfying some arbitrary goal they set up which makes them a good person. The society may define what is living a good life and what is not by brainwashing that society into an agenda driven set of morals to make those people try to become good people.

Bray, Free Republic 43 Comments [4/15/2012 2:59:53 AM]
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Quote# 86901

snip~ "If Americans are promised not just liberty but life and happiness, is there not a constitutional right too affordable healthcare?"

Sheeesh!! HEY, EUROPE!! The intent of the Constitution was to limit the power of government, not to expand it. Obamacare is not reform at all, but a massive expansion of governmental control over the individual.

Oh, and by the way, it's in the Declaration of Independence that Americans are afforded the opportunity to seek out 'life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness' on their own, not the Constitution.


Jonny Roastbeef, Where Liberty Dwells 57 Comments [4/15/2012 2:59:23 AM]
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Submitted By: Brendan Rizzo

Quote# 86888

So-called “deconversion stories” is like listening to a criminal justify himself. Criminals have many reasons for the things they do and many explanations for why it is really somebody else’s fault. With all sincerity they tell their sad stories and absolutely none of it is true – they are just blind and self-deluded. If you follow them you are wicked because you are lying against the Creator. Most “atheists” are men – a woman usually has more sense because she has a womb and understands intuitively that the only life brings life. A moron atheist things a space gave birth to a rock that gave birth to people. The absurdity of it not only denies God, it denies life itself and equates dead inanimate objects with living things. Women also understand intuitively that we are not independent – every child needs to be nursed and nurtured. Atheist dummies imagine man has no need of nurture and blessing from God. You have a soul and a spirit and you need God. You have fallen into a tough time of doubt, but God is still God. He doesn’t need to explain himself to you (Job 33:13), you simply need to make a decision that you will just trust him – you know you can do that because he loves you and died to save you. That’s called faith, and that’s your job. Being God is his job.

mackquigley, blushing tomato 60 Comments [4/13/2012 2:31:12 PM]
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Quote# 86885

Just for the sake of contrast, I’d like to see an evolutionary sociobiologist say something along the lines of: “Being an atheist, like being a sociopath, is a defective mutation of the genes human beings use to recognize meaning in life.
Robbed of this basic faculty of human thought, atheists tend to retreat into paranoid fantasies of superiority, as if their inability to grasp reality were a result of greater, rather than less, intellectual activity.

“Consequently they tend to be bookish, and selfish, and to cut social ties to family and friends: but this crippling isolation and arrogance, ironically, allows some of them to score well on I.Q. tests, which do not, after all, measure those social skill tribes of hunter gatherers need to survive.

“The fact that no civilization and no tribe in the history of the world has been atheist, except for a very few malign Twentieth Century regimes of unparalleled savagery and bloodshed, might indicate why atheist has had no influence on the philosophy, art, culture, law or advancement of civilization since the dawn of time. Natural selection culls this unfavorable mutation, and only in the luxurious modern day, when science can keep alive even worthless and backward members of the bloodline, has it been possible to keep alive a statistically significant moiety of this evolutionary dead end.

“Sufferers of what is now called ‘The Dawkins Syndrome’ are generally acknowledged to be harmless irritants in their host sociieties, but, as the case of Russia and China make abundantly clear, when this dangerous ‘meme’ of self-centered defensive arrogance spreads to others, the result is genocidal levels of mass murder.”

John C. Wright, patheos.com 51 Comments [4/13/2012 2:26:32 PM]
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Submitted By: David

Quote# 86879

[Post title: "Why God wants us to wait until marriage for sex"]

“Wait until marriage”. If you grew up in the church, you heard that ad infinitum. At every youth retreat. At every youth group activity. It was drilled into us.
Yet few of us did it. In the surveys I took for The Good Girl’s Guide to Great Sex, I found that only about 40% of Christians were virgins on their wedding night. That means that 60% weren’t. And from their responses to the surveys, and from emails I get, it can have profound consequences on your sex life within marriage.


1. Sex Has A Different Meaning
Here’s the central issue: sex within marriage and sex outside of marriage are two very different things. Within marriage, sex is the combination of a spiritual, emotional, and physical union. It’s everything we are, because we’re committed to one another, and it’s expressing the sum total of that commitment. Outside of marriage, though, sex is primarily physical. It isn’t a spiritual union in the same way because there isn’t real commitment present–even if you are engaged. And so sex takes on a flavor that it really wasn’t intended to have.


2. Sex Feels Dirty
The other extremely common problem is that sex feels like it’s somehow wrong. When you have sex before you’re married, you know you’re not really supposed to. And so it’s something forbidden. Then, when you do get married, you feel as if you’re always getting second best. It would be so much better if we had waited. And, if you have any sexual problems or sexual issues, you start to feel like it’s all because you had sex beforehand. It would be bliss and we wouldn’t have all these problems if we had waited.


3. Sex Just Isn’t Good
When you have sex before you’re married, chances are it wasn’t a long, drawn out affair. There likely weren’t candles and flowers and lots of romance, the way you may picture your honeymoon or romantic interludes after you’re married. It was likely rather quick. It wasn’t necessarily something planned; it was something that “just happened”.

But if you both have experienced sex primarily in that way–when it is rushed, and hurried, then it likely became far more for him than it is for you. After all, for women to feel good, we tend to need a lot more time and care. It doesn’t really go well with the whole “getting carried away in the moment” thing.


4. Sex is No Longer Exciting
One last problem that many people encounter: sex is no longer exciting. I received an email from a man recently who said this:

"Before we were married, my wife (then fiancee) had sex with me all the time. She loved sex! We had a great physical life. Then we got married and it slowly stopped, to the point now where she has completely shut off. I feel as if she sucked me in under false pretences. She was saying, “look how great it’s going to be”, and then she turned into a cold fish. She lied to me!"

I understand the man’s comment, but I have to admit that I was a little perturbed. The man was a Christian, and he was saying that all of this was his wife’s fault, because she advertised something to him that she didn’t then follow through with.

However, sin is exciting. The forbidden has an allure. And so before you’re married, sometimes sex is very exciting. Then you get married, and it’s no longer forbidden. And you start to feel guilty for what you did. So you can begin to shut down.

Sheila Wray Gregoire, To Love, Honor, and Vacuum 42 Comments [4/13/2012 2:24:47 PM]
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Submitted By: Matty-chan

Quote# 86875

Why are you willing to tolerate sexual perversion but not racism? In a world with no standards, what makes a malfunction of love higher on your standard than a malfunction of hate? Is an irrational lust and longing to mimic the mating act with a sex with which one cannot mate, at its root, any more or less disconnected to reality than an irrational fear and hatred of a Negro? How do we know race-hate is not genetic? Look at how scorned and put-upon racists are! Can we spare them no cheap Leftist pity? Why don't we simply call racism an alternate anti-ethnic orientation, similar to hetero-toleration, but different?

I know I will hear no rational argument to defend the Leftist position. They do not deal with rational answers. They have one and only one weapon in their arsenal: ad hominem. They will not answer, but they will sneer. I suppose a person who gave a tinker's damn about peer pressure or public opinion would fear to be sneered upon by these professional sneerers. For those professional sneerers ready to ignore my words and to condemn me as a "homophobe" let me just ask, why Oh why is it that no one has ever condemned me (or anyone of mine) as a "sunderophobe" -- even though I condemn divorce more severly than I condemn sodomy, or as an "adulterophobe" -- since I don't approve of cheating on your wife either; or as a "pseudophobe" -- since I don't approve of President Clinton.

Why is this one vice singled out for awe and reverence and glorification? Why is it that the lack of self control in sexual matters, where self control is paramount, is held to be immaculate and beyond reproach, whereas the lack of self-control when it comes to something trivial smoking tobacco is scorned?

John C. Wright, LiveJournal 44 Comments [4/13/2012 2:23:53 PM]
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Submitted By: David

Quote# 86873

I'm not advocating any kind of state run religion (however, on a slightly related note, it is completely constitutional for states of have an "official" church as long has the government doesn't stop people from attending other churches.). However, the ACLU recently tried to have a cross removed because, even though it was on private property it was viewable from public property, a street I think. I also think its kind of suspect that Obama is for Darwinism, but against intelligent design, when intelligent design actually has more evidence to support it, (neither theory has been proven). Its subtle things like this that make me worried about the future, i mean, will there come a time when you can know longer construct a church where it is viewable from a road, and when will the government start mandating what version of science and history children can learn in school. I figure this sounds slightly paranoid, but its where were headed.

Coonass, Deviantart 55 Comments [4/13/2012 3:20:41 AM]
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Submitted By: PBJ

Quote# 86848

People who read the Bible looking for more than Selected Ammunition Verses, would realize that contained within the New Testament is, ultimately, the only thing that succeeded in finally extirpating slavery: namely, the insistence that man is made in the image and likeness of God and that Christ loves the slave as much as the master. The mystical dogma of human equality in the eye’s of God (and that is what it is, not an empirical observation based on reason) is the only thing that has ever succeeded in killing the dragon of slavery. Of course, the New Atheists are stone blind to this in their deep ignorance and arrogance and so fail to realize that the first result of extirpating Christianity is the return of slavery: a practice which goes on unabated outside of all the spheres of the world untouched by the Christian tradition and soon to return to the West if the New Atheists succeed in suppressing the Christian tradition.

Mark Shea, National Catholic Register 60 Comments [4/11/2012 3:19:19 AM]
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Submitted By: emau99

Quote# 86847

[In response to an atheist questioning why she cannot be outspoken while religious people can be]

If you don’t like being one of God’s children, then why don’t you just dig your way into hell?

What an absolutely DESPICABLE rant about godless sinning and hedonistic debaucheries.
Atheist filth needs to be PURGED. The devil walks on earth, in the soul of EVERY ATHEIST!

Jan-jaap Z. Brandthilde, The Skeptic Detective 62 Comments [4/11/2012 3:08:51 AM]
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Submitted By: Ahlberg

Quote# 86841

I believe atheists are taking a huge risk on their lives, eternity is a long time to be separated from God in hell. They say they do not believe in such things, but what we believe does not matter, it matters if what we believe is true. Atheists no deep down that God exists because otherwise they wouldn't be afraid of death and would not attack people of different faiths. I do believe the alien phenomenon is real but I believe it is demons is disguise and it will be a fake alien invasion by these fallen angels in the end times as revelation talks about.

RevelationGeneration, Above Top Secret 57 Comments [4/11/2012 3:05:33 AM]
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Submitted By: deekayzee

Quote# 86839

When I heard about this shooting a little while ago on the radio, it brought to mind something Charles Stanley said:

"You reap what you sow, more than you sow and later than you sow."

I believe it was back in the early 1960's that prayer was taken out of the schools by our supreme court. Our country, especially the children, are reaping what Madalyn Murray O'Hair sowed. She wanted prayer out of schools, unbelievably, she got her way! Now instead of prayer in schools, we have guns. We have little regard for human life. We have murder in schools.

When this happened in August of 1966, 16 people were killed at the University of Texas. People were shocked and outraged. This wasn't the first incident of this sort, but it was very notable for the number of people murdered. School shootings continued after this, mostly on a small scale. I don't remember school shootings ever making the national news until 1999 with the Columbine school shooting. Since then, including today, I can find 79 more school shootings in the US. They are on the increase.

Pastor Stanley has been proven correct. Prayer was taken out of the schools and Satan has been allowed in. He's taken up residence and we are reaping what we sowed when we allowed prayer to be taken out of schools. The number of schools shootings is on the increase so we are reaping more than we sowed. It's been about 50 years since prayer was taken out of the schools so we are reaping later than we sowed. We sowed to the wind when we took prayer out of the schools. Now our schools are reaping the whirlwind.

(What the poster is completely ignorant of is that this was at a Christian college, the gunman was 43 years old, a former student and is a Korean national, who would not have gone to or been affected by the prayer policy in American public schools.)

Verisimilitude, Rapture Ready 48 Comments [4/11/2012 3:05:07 AM]
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Submitted By: zipperback

Quote# 86835

Here are 10 reasons I believe Christian students in particular and possibly even teachers and staff should refuse to honor [the Day of Silence] by school attendance:

1. A silent protest in support of immoral, God-dishonoring behavior is in itself profoundly deceptive. All sexual behavior outside man/woman marriage is sinful in God’s eyes. Why should Christian students and teachers be in the position of accommodating this flagrant violation of their principles?

2. Any explicit or implicit message encouraging teens and even younger students to experiment freely with homosexual behavior is not “social justice” or “tolerance,” but actually, child corruption.

3. Allowing classroom silence to honor the Day of Silence unleashes tremendous peer pressure for students and even teachers to endorse sexual immorality, or be considered “enemies” of those peers and teachers proudly involved in homosexuality. This puts people of faith in the position of violating Christian doctrine through tacit approval (Romans 16:17-18; Ephesians 5:11). They are also intimidated into self-censoring their First Amendment rights.

4. The Day of Silence encourages students to nurture prejudiced, hostile and bigoted attitudes against Christians and others with traditional moral beliefs, and to spread inaccurate and harmful information.

5. Using legitimate concerns about bullying and teen suicide to advance the promotion of homosexuality in schools is educational malpractice. It’s totally unnecessary to stop bullying and prevent harm to students, and Christians should not be a party to this gross distortion of a genuine problem. No one needs to embrace homosexuality or gender confusion in order to prevent bullying, but GLSEN routinely takes this deceitful position.

6. Teachers know harassment when they see it. They can simply say, “Cut it out!” But GLSEN and the Day of Silence pressure teachers to amend this to, “Cut it out, because you are only permitted to say good things about homosexuality!” When did we all sign up to become public-relations agents for the good reputation of homosexuality? This viewpoint discrimination forces an untruthful and ungodly agenda on staff members, when stopping verbal harassment can be accomplished without becoming champions of “gay” behavior.

7. There are legitimate lessons students should learn about prejudice and bias. But Day of Silence promoters deceptively link moral objections about homosexuality to racial discrimination or anti-Semitism in an attempt to legitimize the pro-homosexual agenda and portray homosexuals as perennial victims, while disguising the harmfulness and risk.

8. Teachers have used the DOS to inappropriately become classroom advocates and models of this deviant behavior. In one Ohio school, a teacher used a PowerPoint presentation to tell students about her “gay” support and even disclosed to students that she was a lesbian, without prior notice to parents or permission from her principal.

9. The health and lifestyle risks of homosexuality are virtually never shared on the Day of Silence. Instead, students are given the deceitful impression that homosexuality is just as safe and worthy an identity as heterosexual dating and marriage.

10. The DOS message inhibits Christians from witnessing to their peers caught up in homosexuality or gender confusion. There is salvation through Jesus Christ and the hope of leaving this sin behind. Calling homosexuality a sin on the Day of Silence would be considered “hateful,” when it is actually God-honoring and respectful to the hearer. It may lead them to an eternal home with God. But that won’t happen if the truth is suppressed, which it always is on the Day of Silence. Stay home that day, and choose to witness on another, where perhaps you will have a fair chance of being heard.

Linda Harvey, World Net Daily 63 Comments [4/11/2012 3:04:25 AM]
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Submitted By: Zagen30

Quote# 86823

[Part of a response to a Christian who feels like God has abandoned him]

Yes I am blunt and I know sometimes I can hurt people by being so, but you have to understand that this is not about you, it is about God. You owe Him everything and He owes you nothing, not even the next breath. Have you eaten today? If so then thank God for it. Do you have clothes? If so then thank God. Get out your Bible and start reading it. Read Paul's letters to the churches. Most all of them were written from prison cells. Have you been in prison because of Christ? If so then praise God that you were found worthy of suffering for Him.

Have your efforts brought even one soul into the kingdom? If so then praise God, the angels do every time one soul comes to know God. Even if you don't know of anyone who has come to Christ because of your efforts, the point is you have no idea how God has used you, or if someone you don't know about came to Him because of your witness. However, the kind of witness you gave in the message to me will not win souls.

God has not been defeated by Satan but it appears that you have. Ask God to forgive you for thinking that He has betrayed you. If you are not willing to do that, then at least quit calling yourself a Christian so that you don't harm souls.

ralph, behindthebadge 75 Comments [4/8/2012 3:30:01 AM]
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Quote# 86813

Gender segregationists will be extremely disappointed when they finally realize how many wedges they created by advocating for separate marriage for genders. There's the wedge between evangelicals and the gay agenda. The wedge between Catholics and gender-segregated 'marriage.' The wedge between parents and homosexual propaganda in school. The wedge between businesses and their money when they are sued by monogender couples. The wedge between freedom of religion, and coercing people of faith to obey new gender-segregating marriage laws. The wedge between procreative biology, and the infertility of two 'married' men. Which came first, the pro-gender position or the wedge? For millennia, people have honored gender integration in marriage. Don't blame NOM. Gay rights activists are the ones pushing segregation. The biggest wedge of all is separating men and women in marriage.

Frances Kelly, Joe. My. God. 104 Comments [4/6/2012 3:42:29 AM]
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Submitted By: Aspergus

Quote# 86808

Once you have abolished slavery you have essentially made people literally worthless, the rise of genocide and the liquidation of millions following the abolishment of slavery is no accident.

Better that one child is sold then the whole family dies because of famine but that would be immoral wouldn't it.

Is it more moral for a women to sleep with just one man than the whole town I think so and I could think of a few women that would be more moral as slaves.

If there is more benefit in something than harm Allah has made it lawful for mankind Alhamdulillah

Abu Yusuf 74, Islamic Awakening 116 Comments [4/6/2012 3:25:45 AM]
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Quote# 86756

Any form of male assertion has now been defined as “abuse”. I noticed this on my own blog recently. Anything a woman or a mangina might dislike is now abusive, apparently.

From a Catholic perspective, we speak of “crosses” to bear in life. For some, it is work problems, for others problems with children, others have health problems, others have difficult or disappointing marriages. I suspect these women just won’t accept that their life is not perfect, that their marriage is a bit blah. They have no endurance. No guts. They are cowards, in a word.

From an Australian perspective, this is where the “pursuit of happiness” leads. To people with no stoicism.

David Collard, Dalrock 65 Comments [4/5/2012 3:32:07 AM]
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Submitted By: Balthazar The Wise

Quote# 86594

ok I guess you evil people now control yahoo answers, and only your little circle jerk answers my censored question, just like you do on all other internet sites. Congratulations, you are so powerful and tricky and clever, you are succeeding in enacting YOUR will. Only YOUR will is not your own.

Every single answer in the 'religion and spirituality' section, 9 for 9, is from stupid little atheist monsters. Kind of suspicious, of course I know I am being censored, and it is super creepy that demons like you are in control of everything on the internet.

Myron, Yahoo Answers 60 Comments [4/5/2012 3:30:14 AM]
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Submitted By: Tolpuddle Martyr

Quote# 86560

[on who was responsible for Tyler Clementi's death]

Anderson Cooper, Rachel Maddow, Ellen DeGeneres, the media, and gutless pastors are guilty for the death of Rutgers student Tyler Clementi, not Dharun Ravi! It is those in the media who glamorize and promote this choice as normal and acceptable, along with gutless pastors too afraid to speak out against this sin, and faux churches that glorify this deviant, unnatural, and unhealthy choice of sexual activity, who are the real guilty parties in Clementi's death. While those in the media want to blame people like myself who take a Biblical stand on this issue, the fact is, they are the ones most responsible!

Bill Keller, Joe. My. God. 50 Comments [4/5/2012 3:29:06 AM]
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Submitted By: Aspergus

Quote# 86800

King: I watched another thing happen that is very troubling to me, and we’ve watched that, I’ll just dial this back and as a constitutional scholar you will be very familiar with Griswold v. Connecticut in 1965. There, the Supreme Court created a right to privacy that didn’t exist in the Constitution and by essentially ruling that contraceptives that were unlawful in Connecticut and Massachusetts, by the way, and a good number of other states, could not be made unlawful by the states.

We’ve come so far from that standpoint that states can’t outlaw contraceptives because of a manufactured, judicial activist right to privacy, and today we see some weeks ago the President of the United States step up to the podium with the great Seal of the United States on it and in a press conference he legislated by press conference. When he did the press conference and said, ‘ok, I’m going to make this accommodation to the Catholic Church and other religious institutions and no longer require you to provide contraceptives, sterilizations and abortion-causing drugs, I’m going to require the health insurance companies to do that for free.’ King George would have not had the audacity to do that, Rick.

Green: If that’s not totalitarianism I don’t know what is.

Rick Green & Steve King, Right Wing Watch 44 Comments [4/5/2012 3:14:10 AM]
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Quote# 86798

Far from apologizing or changing his mind or respecting both our faith and our First Amendment rights, no, our President has doubled down, he now says this [contraception] mandate stands and will extend even to students, so Christian college insurance plans will now be required to pay for abortion-inducing drugs without any copay for both employees and students. How does a sitting president get away this this? I don’t know and we need to pray for him because his insulting rebellion in the face of God is breathtaking. Pray for his repentance. But just as we have to call out to God for help on these issues, we Christens also need to ask—within lawful means, of course—we have the God-given freedom to make changes in America which not all oppressed people in this world do. A godless dictator and his minions do not rule this country yet, we the people do.

It is clear where this administration stands on respecting liberty, they don’t, or respecting faith, they don’t. We know they’re so committed to abortion and homosexuality that they’re willing to support late term abortion, to undermine national marriage law and to sanction open homosexual behavior in our military. Should we trust this administration? Not with our lives and our faith, and that’s really sad.

Linda Harvey, Right Wing Watch 36 Comments [4/5/2012 3:05:27 AM]
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