Quote# 69633

[On Yeman]

I would only support the use of nuclear weapons. For me it's clear our military can't overpower these terrorist by conventional means but if we gave them a taste of nuclear terror then they might think twice about attacking us with explosives stuffed up thier asses.

biblethumping, FRDB 52 Comments [1/19/2010 1:04:03 PM]
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Quote# 120110

(responding to article "Oklahoma's Fetal Education Bill: A Model for the Pro-Life Movement's Future"):

Great article.

Every child entering Kindergarten is pro-life and knows a butchered baby when she sees one.

The only hope for those in Big Abortion to keep their blood money rolling in is to brainwash our youth into denying the undeniable.

This program will go a long way toward defending the humanity of the preborn child with basic settled science. (Bracing for incoming RationalWiki quotes.)

WorldGoneCrazy, Live Action News 17 Comments [6/28/2016 3:04:49 AM]
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Quote# 76205

Natural sexual activity are those acts between an adult male (preferably 25 years of age or older with reasonable financial stability and maturity) and a female who has reached an age of sufficient maturity to responsibly bear children as God wills (husband and his wife).
Procreation may not by intent be excluded whether by natural means or artificial means. Scriptural limits are set upon the days of a woman's cycle when sexual intercourse is permissible. Probable fertility occurs at the beginning of the permissible duration for moral intercourse as shown in the story of Bathsheba's pregnancy.
All focused ejaculations of a human male must be deposited within the vagina of a mature human female. The activity may not have been intentionally rendered infertile either by the male or the female. A woman may only receive sperm from a human male in the approved natural manner. All other two party (human or lower animal) sexual activity wherein one or both participants are human is condemned as unnatural. All sexual activity between near relatives or where one is a minor is condemned even if otherwise considered as natural.

Father David C. Trosch, Life Enterprises Unlimited 94 Comments [9/21/2010 5:30:59 AM]
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Quote# 18199

"What does it mean that he will rule with a rod of iron? "You know the scripture and have rejected it's truths. Why
is it that Christians are mostly Republican? Why is it that Jews the ones who don't believe in Jesus but they are
mostly liberals? To say that you say here s a sin. GOD is the LORD ABOVE ALL. He doesn't take a side and he
doesn't have to because Bush is his man in this world and is doing God's work. I know what your scam is. Its
probably to get more people to vote for Kerry. I am not one of those people you can try brain washing. Bush
goes by GOD KERRY GOES BY WORLD VIEWS. IF YOU ARE A TRUE BELIEVER IN GOD WE MUST FOLLOW those who
praise GOD and not those who follow there own liberal human beliefs. If you don't want to write back its okay
but i just pray that this website will go away and that you may pray about this. GOD WILL SHOW you the way
through George Bush. Amen."

Wilson G., Jesus is a Liberal - Good Christian Hate Mail 31 Comments [12/14/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 18833

See I would disagree with the statement that most of the people in america are prochoice. I would say that it is very close to being equal, but the media is almost completely ran by secular progressive prochoice entities. There is no fair reporting going on. The prochoice campaing is funded by a multi million dollar killing franchise. Fighting abortion is the just like fighting big tobacco companies or historically slavery. The abortion clinics make hundreds of millions of dollars killing unborn babies. It is difficult to fight, but the truth is gettin out and you may not see anything wrong with killing an unborn human but a lot of woman who get abortions once giving the truth become prolife.

Shane, Myspace 47 Comments [1/1/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 23827

(Regarding "militant" Christianity in the US)

I would love to see your proof of this. Please give us your proof. This is being spread around by the far left gay atheist extremists in the USA, but no one can find any proof of it whatsoever, and many people have done research on it. They are very angry at Christians because they are against gay marriage. This is nothing but pure politics. I seriously doubt you will ever find another group of Christians picking up their guns and going to war with anyone. It just isn't going to happen. If you do a search on google for "Christians domionists" and you sort through all of the gay websites accusing Christians of this, you will find a few Christian websites in there among them debunking everything they accuse Christians of and making them look like total fools. There is nothing to this but politics. And if there did happen to be a small group of people calling themselves Christians doing this type of thing, I am certain the FBI will take them down and an overwhelming majority of Christians in the USA will be standing behind them. Radical groups cannot grow unless the majority of people allow them to grow.

An example of how I know these far right Christian extremists do not exist in the US, unless it is a very small group, is when Bush was going to nominate Harriet Miers for one of our judges and the far rights would not except her nomination. The news stations went on and on about how religion Miers was, but the far rights were furious at Bush for wanting to nominate her b/c they didn't think she was qualified for the job. They were not worried about how religious she was, as almost all Americans could care less about their politicians' religion. They were only worried about her qualifications. This really put a damper on the far left extremists' propaganda.

It's hard to realize what is really going on in another country. The Christians in the USA have never fought one another or anyone else following any other religion and have always been very peaceful people. There are many Christians in the USA who are involved in politics. Separation of church and state was NOT meant for all Christians not to participate in politics as the far left extremists wants everyone to believe. They just want Christians to stay out of politics so they can further their agenda and this is exactly why they have started all of this ridiculous propaganda. From the beginning of this country, Christians were involved in politics. You can take the religion out of the government but you can't take the religious people out of politics. Christians are people, too, and they have just as much of a right to get involved in politics and worry about their country as anyone else does. In fact, it was an overwhelming majority of Christians who built this country, who wanted religious freedoms and fought and died to have religious freedom in this country.

LetFreedomRing, C4forums 19 Comments [4/17/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 60936

"Don't believe in God? You're not alone."

The above "inspiring" phrase is popping up on billboards around the country. My wife just told me that one will be going up in Dallas, so I guess I'll have to start carrying a barf bag in my car for the drive to work It's being brought to us by the wonderful folks at http://freethoughtaction.org/ On their site they encourage people to also express this sentiment on t-shirts, hats, bumper stickers, etc. Satan must have a big ol' smile on his face right now.

By the way, interestingly on the way home I heard a news report in which they said a recent Newsweek poll showed that 20% of atheists and agnostics pray EVERY DAY.

TresWright, RaptureReady 89 Comments [3/27/2009 7:07:32 PM]
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Quote# 88988

The author writes with such authority

'The world is such a wonderful place because we have had over 3 billion years of the most primitive life forms taking energy from the sun and changing the atmosphere into a stable, oxygen rich one with very effective feedback mechanisms that keep the system stable.'

And the next chapter of the fairy tale is? To think that people are so dumbed down to accept such ardent statements as fact without questions shows how much we have devolved in our thinking. Only those totally blinded by evolution dogma fail to see the Great Designer of this planet.

The reason so many are miserable and addidcted to anti depressants is simply because the god deniers have had their dogmas implemented into society. It has led to depression, family breakdown, child abuse and drug addiction.

Someone who describes the past so inaccurately as the author has little chance of offering answers for the future.

runner, The Forum 32 Comments [8/15/2012 3:19:18 AM]
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Quote# 73182

With the war against white Christianity by the secular left, we all know that openly offending Christians is not only accepted, but has almost become celebrated in this country.

At the same time we also know that had this offended a certain other religion with a tendency for aggression, then everything would be done to avoid any offence.


SystemF, BBC News 62 Comments [5/26/2010 5:24:58 AM]
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Quote# 76131

I have a 'deep appreciation for the Islamic faith'...... 6 ft. deep to be precise.

I'd better not say more right now, or I'd probably offend the Quranimals.

Kenny Solomon, Jihad Watch 42 Comments [9/18/2010 4:40:34 AM]
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Quote# 100222



You are right, the time has come for the parting of Christianity and the GOP. The majority of Republicans in the Senate and Congress are RINOs (Republican in name only). They no longer hold to the Republican beliefs of smaller government and individual freedoms. The Republican Leadership has sided with evil. Witness the complete focus now by Boehner on legalizing the illegals which is exactly what 0bama wants. What does 0bama not want? Repeal of 0bamaCare and spending reductions. What has the House indicated on these? It will not do anything to repeal 0bamaCare or restrain spending. Who does the Republican leadership identify as their enemy? The Tea Party. What does the Tea Party represent in this battle? Goodness and the American way. So, the Republican Leaders are now operating as an elite few who see their role as that of shepherds, moving the conservatives of America into the new Liberal World Order.

With that said, the other side of the coin is the Democrat/socialist/Liberalism view which is not only the "religion" of the new age progressives, it is their porn. It truly is a mental disorder that is being used as an offering to the childish, dependent, and weak minded as an alternative to personal responsibility and self reliance, and in exchange for absolute human rights. It empowers the most vile aspects of humanity via the "tolerance" of the "group think" to believe that their selfish hedonism is "freedom". The United States now exports the true concept of freedom in smaller quantities than ever before. Freedom isn't free and that is a lesson lost on the chronically self indulgent.

afchief, Charisma News 34 Comments [3/28/2014 3:15:39 AM]
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Quote# 22697

I have also been battling this blasphemy challenge. I wrote emails to youtube asking them to pull down these video postings. I have contacted AFA and several other Christian organizations to rally support against this. I also sent emails to all of their advertisers to make them aware of what is being allowed to be performed through youtube, Here is an example of a letter that I sent to the advertisers:

To advertising partner of YouTube:

I have noticed that you are advertising on YouTube. Did you know that YouTube is allowing the blasphemy challenge to be a part of their website. http://www.blasphemychallenge.com/

As an advertiser on YouTube, I wanted to make you aware of this activity and to warn you of any adverse responses to your advertising with them.

Eric Lee, Rapture Alert 29 Comments [3/29/2007 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 46087

Evolution is just one big, fat lie.....and it's been put into motion by the father of lies, Satan. The acceptance of it over the past 150 years will serve to make it easier for him to convince gullible unbelievers someday that life exists outside our planet....and once people believe that, the scene will be primed and ready for the anti-Christ to arrive on the scene.....maybe on his own little private flying saucer......who knows?

Regardless, he'll have some really great explanation of the disappearance of millions and millions of Christians.........which I'm sure he'll assure everyone were the "scum" of the earth...that the earth will then be "cleansed and purged" of the "Jesus crowd".....and he will convince everyone that world peace under his rule will FINALLY be possible.

Whether or not it all goes down just like this.......who knows? Who cares? But, one thing is certain. Satan knows the end of the Book. He knows his days are numbered. He's lived outside the realm of time and space before, and he wants to take as many down with him as he can. He loves suckers and foolish people. I think he's got quite a following, too.

Sharp Girl, Myspace 34 Comments [8/30/2008 3:21:31 PM]
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Quote# 124920



The Mainstream media easily ignores all of Obama’s lies, but to quick to call out Trump for lying when he speaks the truth.
Read more at http://comicallyincorrect.com/2017/02/01/lie-detector/#z3p7YD1QaGUhL6hI.99

A.F. Branco, comicallyincorrect.com 21 Comments [2/26/2017 6:10:58 PM]
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Quote# 128244

Take away my nation
Turn my girl into a slut
Turn my son into a girl
Destroy my job prospects
Kill my politicians
Just don't call me racist

Good_Roman_Boy, Twitter 15 Comments [6/19/2017 1:33:45 AM]
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Quote# 52520

What is it to me? Let's see...what about God ordaining marriage as a specific thing? Let's not get into the faulty analogy of comparing gay "marriage" and Prop 8 with racial bans in the past. In CA, the will of the people in Prop 22 was overturned with no real legal basis. So Prop 8 is the voice of the people saying to those judges - We said "no" to gay marriage before, and we MEAN it.

CRoadwarrior, gay marriage comments 30 Comments [11/21/2008 6:46:55 PM]
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Quote# 82737

(on Harry Potter).....

This is what concerns me. I read an article written by a former witch - she was of the opinion that things contained in the book are quite dangerous and that many of the spells and the wording contained in the books are in fact based in reality. Her statement was something along the lines of - if JK Rowling was not a witch - she was sure steeped in the traditions and knowledge of the occult enough that she certainly got all the facts right.


Beccasue, Rapture Ready 113 Comments [7/25/2011 3:20:23 AM]
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Quote# 41691

(In a discussion about Death Metal and so-called "evil" lyrics...)

I think these lyrics sum up Satan's plan pretty well. Wouldn't surprise me to find out these band members are demon possessed. Scary stuff, but we need to remember that we are already victorious because of what Christ did for us.

Sister-N-Christ, RR 32 Comments [6/28/2008 12:43:16 AM]
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Quote# 12991

My brother has witnessed to some of his friends over and over. He finally prayed to God and asked Him to spare their lives when the rapture happens. Dan has told them, "When the rapture happens, go to my house and read everything I have in this folder." [roll eyes] They roll their eyes, but............I'll bet they run to find that folder when the rapture happens! [weird blue smiley]

comicnurse, Rapture Ready 27 Comments [7/13/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 103988

The Magical Land of Progressitopia

There once was a land, a magical land, with a chicken in every pot. And in this land, which was called Progressitopia, there were two peoples. There were those who saw the world as it was, and there were those who saw the world as they oh-so-very-much wished it could be. The former were called the Trads, and the latter, the Progs. It was the Progs who held dominion over this great land, and so it was they who wrote, or re-wrote, her history.

Now, in this kingdom we must remember that Christianity, or “Christianism” as it would later be called (long since forbidden), along with similar such mythological and dogmatic phantasms, remained the foremost, if not the sole, thorn in the Progs’ collectivist butt. Any and all thought or practice that might, in any way, undermine full realization of, and strict adherence to, progressive thinking was, therefore, strictly verboten.

In fact, the Trads, the traditionalist remnant, had proven singularly responsible for the famines, Civil War II and Progressitopia’s endlessly spiraling state of affairs, both foreign and domestic – a state that, notwithstanding all predictions to the contrary, somehow became significantly and enigmatically worse subsequent to the onset of progressive governance.

There was, however, one exception to this rule: Islam. Shadowing the glorious dawn of progressive reign came, from o’er the sea, a mighty and fearsome caliphate. The Muslim faith spread like wildfire. Recruitment efforts were buoyed, and appreciably so, in that, while yet a loving and peaceful religion, any skeptic or “infidel” who failed to convert was either immediately raped and enslaved or summarily beheaded, stoned, shot or blown limb-from-limb.

Whereas Progressitopians, with their one-child-only abortion mandate, stopped reproducing altogether, adherents to the religion of peace rutted like rabbits. Every corner of the globe became thickly populated by devotees of the most praised Prophet Muhammad – peace be upon him.

As global violence and jihad spiked, it seemed for a time that Progressitopia and the Islamic caliphate would be one another’s undoing.

And then something extraordinary happened.

The King of Progressitopia, a brave and handsome man most wise, with visor of gold and scepter of 3-iron in hand, bowed before the great caliph and presented a series of official mea culpas on behalf of his land. He prayed Allah’s forgiveness for incurring his wrath – just desserts for centuries of Progressitopian Imperialism.

And so these two seemingly incompatible kingdoms, with wholly polarized worldviews, agreed to forge an incongruous socio-political partnership – an “Islamo-Progressive Alliance.” The alliance was built upon the maxim: “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” The common enemy, of course, had formed its own unholy alliance: the “Zio-Christian Axis of Evil.”

And so it soon came to pass that independent Islamic settlements cropped-up throughout Progressitopia. The Michganistan Territory became, for all intents and purposes, Mecca to the Western Hemisphere.

Presently, the Islamo-Progressive Alliance found itself enjoying a comparatively peaceful seven-year truce. Apart from a weekly handful of suicide bombings, mass shootings and random beheadings, carried out chiefly against Progressitopia’s women and children, things were simply capital.

But then, trouble in paradise – economic turmoil. Toward the middle of the new millennium’s third decade, Progressitopia’s national debt ballooned to over 60 trillion. For many years, Trad economists and “debt alarmists” had warned that Progressitopia’s skyrocketing debt and deficits were unsustainable. These anti-progressive thinkers openly questioned the progressive strategy of taxing and spending one’s way to prosperity.

They felt, irrationally so, that such approach represented, as one provocative naysayer phrased it, “an epically stupid and patently impossible self-contradiction. No more can one spend his way out of debt than can he cheat his way out of adultery.”

Another fundamentalist cynic offered a less hurtful, yet no less sensationalist analogy: “When a bridge’s infrastructure becomes unsustainable,” he alleged, “it will ultimately collapse if its integrity is compromised to the degree that it can no longer support some burgeoning mass. So too it goes, apparently, as relates integrity to politicians, governments and national debt.”

Right-wing propaganda aside, Progressitopia’s economy did, nonetheless, unexpectedly collapse for reasons ultimately deemed inconclusive.

Now, as heretofore told, and as go the history books, Christianism had, from time immemorial, been the very bane of free-thinking humanity’s existence. This hateful mythology had been largely to blame, in concert with its sister-faith, Judaism, and its insufferable cousin, conservatism, an equally curious mental disorder, for all of the world’s wars, slavery, racism, sexism, disease, capitalism, global warming and, most onerously perhaps, gluten sensitivity.

Moreover, both Christianism and conservatism were ultimately determined to have been the catalyst for the systemic phobia outbreak that inexplicably began around the turn of the century. First there was homophobia, an irrational, chronic and debilitating fear of the square-hole-round-peg people, or, as this flamboyant troupe, so enamored with acronymic wordplay, preferred to be called: the “SHRP community.” Since SHRPs displayed impeccable fashion sense and a flair for the fabulous, Neanderthalic Trads were, most naturally, terrified by them.

Then came Islamophobia, the irrational fear of having one’s head lopped off, followed by transphobia, the fear of naked men in ladies’ locker rooms, polyphobia, the fear of communal rompathons, as well as an all-inclusive litany of other phobias relating to myriad sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions.

Next, there emerged the great progressiphobia pandemic of ’27. This involved an equally absurd, though no less universal, fear of progressive thought, practice or people. This, for a time, threatened to halt Progressitopia’s progressing progress altogether.

Finally, there occurred a worldwide outbreak of phobia-phobia. This was, of course, a condition delineated by the once again irrational denial that any of the aforementioned phobias had “any basis in reality whatsoever,” but, rather, were “simply ham-fisted pejoratives intended to marginalize one’s political opposition.”

But, alas, we must for now part ways. My gluten-free frittata grows cold.

Matt Barber, BarbWire 36 Comments [10/9/2014 3:04:48 AM]
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