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James Risdon #fundie

JERUSALEM, Israel, July 27, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Orthodox rabbis in the Holy City are reportedly calling out LGBT rights groups for using “aggressive terror” tactics to turn “perverts into heroes” in a letter published by Hebrew media.

The group of more than 200 rabbis wrote the letter in support of Jerusalem Chief Rabbi Aryeh Stern whose comments against LGBT adoption have created a stir.

In the wake of Israel passing a law to prevent gay couples from obtaining children through surrogates, massive protests erupted in Jerusalem Sunday, drawing upwards of 100,000 people.

LGBT activists were decrying the Israeli government’s claim that it would be an “additional burden” on the child to be adopted by a same-sex couple.

Then, Rabbi Stern whipped LGBT groups into frenzy by reportedly stating it is a “fact that kids are entering very strange and unnatural lives of living without a mother and a father”. He also reportedly called acting out as an LGBT person “forbidden”.

In a letter, more than 200 orthodox rabbis backed him up.


“[He] simply voiced the eternal truth of our holy Torah and human normality, which the healthy majority in Israel identifies with,” the rabbis wrote in that letter.

They accused LGBT groups of using “aggressive terror accompanied by non-stop media brainwashing,” in attempts to turn “perverts into heroes.”

That LGBT agenda will not succeed nor will attempts to shut rabbis and sane people up and try to turn them into delusional extremists, the rabbis reportedly wrote.

“Rabbi Stern was protecting the children of Israel, who will be miserable if they aren’t adopted by normal families,” the rabbis claimed.

In some LGBT media, the idea children raised by gay couples would fare any worse was summarily dismissed.

In an article in Pink News, writer Josh Jackman defended the ability of same-sex couples to raise happy, well-adjusted children by pointing to a study that concluded children of same-sex couples are just as happy and healthy as children of straight parents.

There are studies that show either no differences between children raised in same-sex households and those in traditional families with a married mom and dad. Many of those studies have been criticized for methodological sloppiness.

And there’s a lot of evidence in other studies that show a family with a married mother and father remains the best way to raise a child.

In his study, Growing up with gay parents: What is the big deal?, Dr. Richard P. Fitzgibbons surveyed those studies.

Among his findings, Fitzgibbons noted when gay couples bring a child into the world with the help of a surrogate, that boy or girl is more likely to have trouble adjusting by the age of seven than other children.


Another difference the physician highlighted was revealed in a 2013 Canadian study which showed children of gay and lesbian couples are only about 65 per cent as likely to graduate from high school as children of married, traditional couples.

In addition, a 2009 study of women raised by gay or bisexual fathers showed they were less comfortable with closeness and intimacy, less able to trust and depend on others, and experienced more anxiety in relationships compared to women raised by heterosexual parents.

Other studies report rates of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and emotional problems being twice as high among children raised by same-sex parents as among the general population.

“An objective examination of social science research into how families function reveals clearly that children do best when raised by both a mother and a father,” concluded Fitzgibbons.

Prior to becoming Pope Benedict XVI, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger summarized what several scientific studies of same-sex couples have since indicated.

“The absence of complementarity in these unions (same sex) creates obstacles in the normal development of children who would be placed in the care of such persons,” wrote Ratzinger, then head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. “They would be deprived of the experience of either fatherhood or motherhood.

“Allowing children to be adopted by persons living in such unions would actually mean doing violence to these children, in the sense that the condition of dependency would be used to place them in an environment that is not conducive to their full human development,” he said.

Lubbock #conspiracy

I had a bad feeling about this Pope almost from day one. The minute I knew that his entire life focus had been "the poor" I had a feeling we were in for a Redistribution Pope, and there hasn't been anything that's come out of his mouth since that has changed that opinion.

This is not a slap at the Catholic Church. I have no quarrel with Catholics or the The Church. So far there hasn't been a single Catholic who has hijacked an airplane and flown it into a building, and to my knowledge, no Catholic so far has beheaded someone in broad daylight on any street of any nation.

I just don't care for this Pope in particular.

Outreach to the poor and needy is a cornerstone of every great religion, and it's certainly always been a huge part of the Catholic church, but this Pope is taking it to the extreme. I personally think he's a Communist --Communist is the new Leftist, Socialist, Marxist. I'm not using Leftist or Democrat any more. I'm calling them what they are: Communists.

Lubbock #conspiracy

We do have actual terrorists/terrorist cells here operating on our soil, using our freedoms to foment our destruction --Muslims, and you will notice I said Muslims, not Radical Muslims.

The problem is this: The Left, who would love noting more than to see the nation destroyed, are working hand-in-hand with the terrorists through terrorist-supported entities such as CAIR.

Now we have a Marxist Nazi Kenyan --a Red-Diaper Baby, in office who has been schooled from diapers up to hate the nation; he's brought his Nazi Regime with him into office and they are working hand-in-hand with CAIR and the New Black Panthers, and all of the rest of the American Haters toward seeing the nation destroyed.

Truth be known, 0bastard and his minions will not be satisfied until every last opponent is in a death camp, awaiting execution.

I do hope this nation does not re-Nig on November 6, 2012. If we do, we're sunk.

Three years ago you couldn't have put a gun to my head and made me even smile at a phrase such as "re-Nig," but today I think it's hilarious, and true. The sonofabitch has nearly turned me into a racist for sure. 0bastard --the Marxist Nazi has done more to harm race relations than anything since the Civil War. More than the Liberal Racist Democrats who tried to stop Civil Rights, certainly.

Lordareon #fundie

But the underlining cause is homosexuality itself homosexuality is not a permanent state were thos who are homosexuals are born that way no it mainly stems for the persons upbringing such as sexual abuse as a child etc can lead to homosexuality we must not treat homosexuality as a ethnic grouping it must be handled as a disorder not a state of being we must cure not ignore.


Richard P. Fitzgibbons, MD, Director of Comprehensive Counseling Services at a sate psychiatric research center, wrote in a Jan. 24, 2014 letter to the World heath organization:

"There is substantial evidence based on years of clinical experience that homosexuality is a developmental disorder.

Every child has a healthy need to identify positively with the parent of the same sex, have same-sex friendships, a positive body image and a confident sexual identity. Homosexual feelings can occur when these needs are not met appropriately.

The adolescent's unmet needs become entangled with emerging sexual feelings and produce same-sex attraction.

Therapy consists in helping male clients to understand the emotional causes of their attraction and to strengthen their masculine identity. It has been our clinical experience that as these men become more conformable and confident with their manhood, same-sex attractions resolve or decrease significantly in many patients."

Lubbock #fundie

I just listened to some Muslim bitch, decrying the Pope, and talking about how the Moderate Muslims couldn't come out and denounce terrorism until the West does this and the West does that, and the Pope has to do something else, and the World has to start understanding Islam.

Screw the Muslim Bitch.

You have no idea how sick and tired I am of listening to these Death Cult Diaperheads bitch and moan and piss and complain about how misunderstood Islam is.

Funny thing.

I understand Islam perfectly: The ones who aren't actively trying to kill us are cheering on and defending the ones who are.

If just once I ever hear one of these Asswipes get on television and take an absolute rock-hard stand against terrorism, I swear, it'll take a gallon of smelling salts and a bucket of ice water to bring me around.

Lubbock #fundie

Never trust Muslim. Over here or over there.

The only thing I know so far about the Muslims serving in our military is that all sorts of special concessions have to be made for them because of their religion, and that one rolled a grenade into a tent of sleeping commrades, killing several.

If I was in uniform, serving along side an "American" Muslim in uniform, I would never shut my eyes to sleep. I'd rather be in a foxhole with a Frenchman than a Muslim. At least you could be pretty sure that all the Frenchman would do is tuck tail and run. The Muslim would more than likely slit your throat if given half a chance.

Lubbock #fundie

He's [Obama] not an American. That's how I feel, and I don't have any trouble expressing it.

He could have been born Deep In The Heart of Texas, and STILL not be an American.

Now. If anyone wants to debate that, let's have at it . . .

Point me to one word or action that would in any way, shape or form prove to me that the Halfrican Bastard bleeds red, white and blue.

He used the caskets of our dead soldiers as a photo op.

That's all you need to know right there.

He's NOT and American.

Lubbock #fundie

Islam is at odds with modernity, at odds with civilization. Always has been and always will be.

And as long as a huge percentage of the practitioners of Islam --a religion that is in reality, a Death Cult, are not content to live their backward lifestyle, but insist that we --you and I, and all of Western Civilization, do also, we will be at WAR with Islam. Unless and until Islam stops trying to turn Western Civilization back to the Stone Age by means of terror, we will be at WAR with Islam.

Western Civilization did not wage war on Islam, and I will be glad when people stop couching this WAR as something we started.

Unless and until we stop telling ourselves that Islam is a Religion of Peace, and that only a small number of Muslims are terrorists, the WAR will continue. Right now, Islam has us by the throat --we've been PCed into kowtowing, but the day will come when we have a leader who really undertands what is at stake, and will set about ending Islam's war on Civilization. Think: Dresden.

Lubbock #fundie

It took the Dems just about 48 hours to politicize 9/11.

Where the Dems were concerned, there never was any "unity," or concern for the nation, concern for the safety of the rest of us, caring for the victim's families. Not a minute of it. The Dems began immediately plotting to use the attacks and the War on Terrorism for political gain.

Cite me one Dem --elected or unelected, who didn't fight GWB every step of the way, and take every opportunity to demonize him at every turn.

Name me just one.

Bro. Randy #fundie

In rape trials, the victim is almost always asked a question something like, "What were you wearing?"

Jesus said in Mat 5:28, "But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart."

Here is the point I want to make: modesty is essential. Rapist are attracted to those who are immodest. How often do we hear about kids and teens being kidnapped, raped and murdered. Then we see pictures of the kids only to see that they were not modest at all. Jean Bennet Ramsey was dressed, as a little child, like a scaled-down adult protestitute. What should we expect from the dregs of society? My point is simply this: I believe that if you knowingly dress in a way to attract guys, you are as guilty of adultery as the guys are. You are committing adultery with them. [emphasis original]

Lubbock #fundie

I'll tell you exactly how I would put an end to Muslim Terror --and I wouldn't have to kill them all:

I would use conventiontional weapons --Bunker Busters would probably be a good choice, and I would bomb the hell out of Medina.

When the dust settled, I would point my finger at the Muslim Street, and I would say, "Now, you murderous bastards. Muslim Terror ends today. Right here and right now. You set off one more terrorist attack anywhere in this world. ANYWHERE. Any continent, and city. You kill just ONE more innocent in the name of Allah --just one, and I hit Mecca with a nuke. If you murderous bastards want to have a place to Haj to, if you want to save Mecca, then the killing stops here and now."

Lubbock #racist

If the elite Powers That Be in the Republican party try cramming a Romney or a Huckster or a Newt down out throats, they are insuring another 0bastard term, and a revolt that could end up in several public lynchings, starting with Michael Steele --it would be a terrible thing at this point in our history to start lynching black men again, but if Steele doesn't get on board with conservatism, doesn't stop his RINO shit, I'll help pick the oak tree.

Doug Mainwaring #fundie

In A Heartbeat, declared by millions to be “the cutest thing I’ve ever seen,” is a short animated video about a young boy's middle school ‘crush’ on another boy, currently melting a few million hearts around the world each day.

Posted on Monday, the four-minute video quickly went viral. By Tuesday afternoon, it had garnered 3.7 million ‘views.’ By late afternoon Wednesday, the number of views had doubled to 7.4 million. By Thursday morning, it was headed toward 11 million views.

On the one hand, it’s popularity is no surprise. It’s a totally engaging, masterfully crafted little film, bound to receive many film festival awards. And because there’s no dialogue, it offers global appeal and reach.

Yahoo’s movie reviewer cheered it, saying, “Hopefully, given the response the short film has gotten, major studios will take notice of the fact that LGBTQ stories should be told, and that no matter your sexual identity, people can relate to those first flushes of love.”

The LGBT Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and others are showering it with praise.

Don’t be fooled!

While many inside and outside the gay world may find it heart-warming, resonating with their own inner-awkward-middle-school-boy, there’s a problem with it. A big problem.

In a Heartbeat is getting a whole lot of attention but will do a disservice to those it aims to help. It will further undermine strong, healthy — extraordinarily necessary — male adolescent relationships. Once boys and adolescents are herded toward gayness in order to deal with the very common experience of social anxiety, directed to question their sexual orientation, their sexuality risks becoming ‘re-wired.’ And once 're-wired' in that way, it's hard to undo. I should know. I was one of them.

The big problem:

An official description of the movie tells us, “A closeted boy runs the risk of being outed by his own heart after it pops out of his chest to chase down the boy of his dreams.”

The problem is this: The red-haired boy who is pictured is not a "closeted boy." The animators may think they are portraying such a boy, but they are actually telling a completely different story.

They show us a boy who demonstrates an extremely high level of social anxiety. When we first see him, he appears scared to death. He’s nervous. He’s panting. He experiences heart palpitations. He jumps behind a tree to hide from the second, dark-haired boy, and by so doing demonstrates his debilitating discomfort and inability to relate to his male classmate.

And who is the kid he’s running from, but clearly attracted to? He’s a boy who displays any easy self-confidence — the type that all socially awkward boys envy and would like to be like. He appears unflappable, problem free, in complete control. He’s so cool he can even spin an apple on one finger while walking and reading on the way to school. The fact that the red-haired boy hides behind a tree to avoid him reveals just how unnerving his feeling of not being accepted by his male peers troubles him.

Let’s be clear: Shy boys at that age aren’t searching for romance with their same-sex peers. They want just one thing and they want it desperately: acceptance. At that age, acceptance is more valuable than gold.

‘In a Heartbeat’ is a dangerous distortion.

The red-haired boy is not romantically attracted to the second boy, although that’s what the movie’s creators want you to think. He’s attracted to a boy who is his opposite, self-confident and trouble-free.

The movie’s creators misinterpret their own character: He’s not ‘closeted’ and he’s not "outed" by his own heart.’ He simply experiences a very high degree of social anxiety.

And the answer for this young man is not ‘romance’ with another boy. The answer is acceptance — to develop and persevere in friendship, and in that to find acceptance. Romance between males is a mirage, always proving to be elusive.

The movie promotes escaping social anxiety disorder by “coming out” and being “gay.” But this is an escape from the disorder, not a means of healing it in order to become whole and healthy as a person.

Dr. Richard Fitzgibbons, an expert on marital and child healing, told LifeSiteNews that the movie is “psychologically harmful to youth — not helpful to kids experiencing social anxiety disorder.”

Yet it is precisely those kids the movie is aimed at, and they are the ones put at risk by the narrative it promotes.

According to Dr. Fitzgibbons’ website, “Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is the most prevalent of all anxiety disorders. A 2011 study of 10,000 American adolescents revealed that anxiety disorders were the most common disorder in youth, occurring in approximately one-third of adolescents.”

“SAD is a marked and persistent fear in social situations characterized by pervasive social inhibition, timidity, lack of confidence and fear. It has an early age of onset, by age 11 years in about 50 percent and by age 20 years in about 80 percent of individuals.”

Most important, “Research has shown that youth suicide risk decreases by delaying self-identifying as a homosexual. One study demonstrated that suicide risk among youth with same-sex attractions decreases 20 percent each year they delay labeling themselves as gay.”

Homosexuality: A thoroughly unsatisfying dead end for young males

Quentin Crisp, in his novel The Naked Civil Servant, identified the conundrum facing gay men: “If the Great Dark Man met me, he would not love me. If he did love me, he could not be my Great Dark Man.” In other words, Crisp is saying: “If I found the man of my dreams” — as the boy in the ‘Heartbeat’ video seems to — “no matter how attractive, masculine and virile; if he were interested in me either sexually or romantically or both, he could no longer be the man of my dreams because he would no longer be 100 percent ‘straight.’ There would be a huge chink in his armor, and he would disappoint me.” One senses the snickering of Satan somewhere in the wings behind the hopeless, discouragement-fraught dreams of many gay men. No wonder so many become depressed. This is also why same-sex marriage will evaporate over time.

Michael Glatze, now a Christian pastor and subject of the movie, I Am Michael, was a practicing homosexual and gay activist until he experienced conversion to Jesus Christ. In 2013, he married his wife. In an open letter to Ricky Martin after Martin came out, Glatze wrote, “Homosexuality is a cage in which you are trapped in an endless cycle of constantly wanting more — sexually — that you can never actually receive, constantly full of emptiness, trying to justify your twisted actions by politics and ‘feel good’ language.”

He also told his own former “lover": “God loves you more than any dude will ever love you. ... Don’t put your faith in some man, some flesh. That’s what we do when we’re stuck in the gay identity, when we’re stuck in that cave. We go from guy to guy, looking for someone to love us and make us feel OK, but God is so much better than all the other masters out there.”

The world today, influenced heavily by the LGBT community and an undiscerning media, undermines close relationships between adolescent males, causing them to question their romantic and sexual orientation. This is precisely what this video sets out to do and is why it is so dangerous.

Can’t a kid just really like another kid without it being interpreted as either romantic or sexual? ALL boys want close friendships with other boys. It’s a basic human need.

Lubbock #fundie

have also seen the report of an attempt to move the prisoners to Iran. If that happens, it's shame on Iran, and maybe also huge parts of the Muslim world.

I'm ready for the big war to come. Israel is just going to have to give the huge middle finger to Kofi and the "rest of the world" --the US included, and do what needs to be done.

I would love nothing better than to see every "Palestinian" in the region dead and in hell before sundown tomorrow.

I would also love to see it get so bad that Israel could even take back the Temple Mount.

I don't know how the damned Muslims ever got control of it to begin with, or why they've been allowed to maintain control.

Effing raghead Muslims!

Wolfcounsel #fundie

"I don't have a problem with someone having a "Voice."" --Lubbock

I do. I have a huge problem with the communist shit monkey being able to get the office of the President. I did not serve this country for 20 years so communists or Muslims could have a way of life here, and much less to hold public office. You do-gooders out there who beg to differ, keep on begging. I have nothing to answer for.

Lubbock #racist

[re: New Orleans relief effort]

Of the billions of taxpayer dollars that are being poured into the steaming-pile hell hole, will we ever know how many millions of those dollars find their way into that "N" Word's pockets?

Bet your fanny, Nagin will come out of it with his financial future assured, thanks to the money he scams from the recovery.

I hate the bastard.

Rob Hudelson #fundie

COOLIDGE — Ignoring legal counsel and concerns about a possible lawsuit, a majority of the Coolidge City Council voted Monday to amend a resolution that would allow prayers before council meetings, including a stipulation that they be Christian.

Council members Steve Hudson, Rob Hudelson, Gary Lewis and Tatiana Murrieta all voted in favor of the Christian-only stipulation to the resolution, which was originally written to include ministers from any faith represented within the city limits. Mayor Jon Thompson and Councilman Gilbert Lopez voted against the amended resolution, with Vice Mayor Jacque Henry absent.

Byron Sanders, the pastor at Fairhaven Baptist Church and the city’s public safety chaplain, presented the original ordinance, which reflected court rulings on the subject of prayer. That resolution called for sending out letters to ministers of all faiths around the city and would have allowed a rotating cast of prayer leaders at the beginning of each council meeting.

As each member of the council had a turn to speak, there was no opposition to this version of the resolution. Lewis did stipulate that if somebody from a religion he didn’t support came up to give a prayer, he might leave the room, and he was assured by City Attorney Denis Fitzgibbons that he would be well within his right to do so.

“Under my faith, I wouldn’t sit here and listen to it,” Lewis said. “I would walk away.”

Speaking last was Hudelson, who himself is a preacher. He made clear his views that the United States is a Christian nation.

“I think it’s very important,” Hudelson said. “We just proclaimed Constitution Week. You know what was said at the end of the (Revolutionary) war? A treaty in Paris that said ‘In the name of the most Holy and undivided Trinity.’ You don’t get that from the Quran. You get it from the Bible. You get it from Christianity. That’s our heritage.”

Gary Stearman #fundie

Gary Stearman | Defender, 2011

In the late 1960s, while piloting a routine flight from Dallas to Lubbock, Texas, Gary Stearman encountered a UFO, which “probed” him with “waves of energy” and “opened [his] mind to the absolute reality of beings who have what appears to be a technology that’s eons ahead of ours.”

In Time Travelers of the Bible, Stearman reveals that the beings he mistook for aliens were, in fact, divine in origin – angels or demons (he’s not sure which) who became momentarily visible through a transdimensional portal that must have opened just as he was flying by.

Such entities have traveled between dimensions for millennia, Stearman says. Intent on destroying God’s plan, demonic “Sons of God” have for millennia attempted to “tilt the minds of human leaders toward the cause of Satan,” at times even taking human brides to produce half-demonic offspring, including the Greek gods Zeus and Apollo. The Flood wiped out the first generation of their spawn, Stearman says, but now — as prophesied by time travelers like Adam, Moses, Jesus and John — they’re back and gaining strength.

When the Tribulation comes, God’s chosen will be taken to Heaven (which is actually a cube-shaped “mobile city” from a parallel universe, “capable of navigating time-space in the dimensions between heaven and earth”). Those who remain will be ruled by Satan and his minions, who even now wait in Hades, a cavernous realm beneath the earth’s surface which is accessible only to shamans and occultists capable of “popping through” the “dimensional door in time-space” that protects coal miners and others whose work takes them beneath the earth’s surface from accidental encounters with the underworld.

Confused? You won’t be after reading Stearman’s book, which, according to prophecy expert Thomas Horn, “is not just a key, but the key to understanding the elusive scientific and supernatural wisdom surrounding a Grand Universal Theory of Everything that just happens to be located at a pivotal ‘center of the symmetry of time’ at the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.”

Maajid Nawaz #conspiracy

Opposing Israel is The One Ring that binds us all. It is the sacred god that must not be questioned. So deep runs this bias against Israeli transgressions, that to call it out is to arouse immediately incredulity and ad hominem abuse.

So entrenched is it, that few noticed how on the very morning of Resolution 2334 a motion seeking to stem the flow of weapons going to what the UN itself fears are genocidal killers in South Sudan failed.

The Security Council could not even bring itself to adopt the simplest of resolutions calling for a seven-day ceasefire to halt the tragedy of Aleppo. Yet when it came to pushing through a final year-end condemnation of Israel, the Security Council suddenly mustered the will to act.

Secretary Kerry noted that Israel’s current government is its most right wing in history. Without a hint of irony he failed to mention that’s exactly what happens when a country faces repeated jihadist terrorist attacks. Just look to Europe and the U.S., magically made “Great Again.” He also left out the nature of Israel’s proportionate electoral system, which allows fringe elements to hold more mainstream parties hostage, drifting them to the right.

No, Resolution 2334 will not help peace. It can only hinder it. For the UN’s posturing will not go unnoticed inside Israel, and can only encourage further intransigence by facilitating the rise of Israel’s religious right under Naftali Bennet. It will also undermine the legitimacy of the UN itself.

Tonus #fundie

stephon Clark, the 22-year-old black man shot and killed by Sacramento police earlier this month, was shot eight times, at least six in the back, an independent autopsy commissioned by Clark's family found.

Family lawyer Benjamin Crump said the findings of the family's autopsy contradict the narrative put forth by the Sacramento Police Department.

The results were released at a Friday news conference by forensic pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu, who conducted the autopsy.

The first wound was to Clark's side, which led Omalu to conclude Clark was facing the house when he was first shot. Six other shots hit him from behind and one in the thigh. The Sacramento Police Department has said Clark was shot at 20 times.

He did not deserve to die.


He was wandering around destroying property (damaged several vehicles and police witnessed him shatter a glass door).
He ran when the police confronted him.
He did have an object in his hand (confirmed by the video - they run up to him and the cell phone is on the ground).
We live in a society where it is very easy to have access to guns - and he lived in a area with a lot of violent crime.
Like so many young men, he was raised in a broken home with no father and had a criminal record already. He also had two children with a woman he wasn't married to and had just gotten out of jail a month ago.

This is one of those bad outcomes that occurs from things in our society that are broken. I do not believe it is fair to put it all on the cops.

So if they muted their cameras thought they fucked up and then decided "we need to get our cover story right" you wouldn't care about that?

I would care about that. But I also believe that an officer who is acting in total good faith but has just done something that he realized might get himself put in jail, might want to have an off the record conversation.

The video doesn't really show what happened, except it does clearly show that there was a cell phone under him on the ground, indicating that there was an object in his hand.

It also shows cops who are afraid to approach him after many shots were fired, checking each other to see if they were hit, etc. Acting totally in accordance with how they should act if he had a gun.

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Those trespassing death sentence, in your own backyard no less. You guys really need to review how you train your cops lmao. Why do cop over here not shoot people randomly in their home like this.

Where do you live?

Lubbock #racist

Just who imposed this "Wetback Is A Racial Slur" crap on us anyway?

When did Wetback become "racial"?

In the part of the world where I live, the Mexicans --the Born Here, Legal ones, use the term Wetback to describe Mexicans --or anyone of any other nationality who swam the Rio Grande to get into the United States illegally.

We gotta stop with this every "A," "And" and "The" is a Racial Slur.


Maybe some folks don't like the term because it is so accurate.

Lubbock #fundie

[About Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez dying of cancer.]

If you listen to the reports right now, you'd think the reporters were talking about the NLN Bastard in the White house: Chavez: Spent hours on television; was a real presence; took away private property in order to give away freebies to the "poor" who kept voting themselves more freebies and putting the communist/marxist/socialist bastard back in office; hated America.

Tell me that's not 0bastard in spades.

May they BOTH burn in hell!

Lubbock #fundie

[Emphasis added.]

How long before an American soldier here leaves his base and is beheaded on an American street at high noon by a Muslim?

It seems to me that it’s not going to be long until the only Islam-unconquered land/continent left on earth is the contiguous United States --forget Canada, and I don’t know how long that’s going to last. If you get your hands on a globe, and draw a circle around all of the Muslim dominated, or soon-to-be-dominated lands, it’s pretty obvious that it’s going to take a Second Crusade to stop it. I don’t know if any nation on earth has the will, the United States included.

Look at Merry Olde England. Mohammad is the most chosen boy name there now; their soldiers are beheaded at high noon on public streets and citizens are told not to over-react, don’t judge Islam by that one act. One act? Have you followed the Muslim-perpetrated crime in England against infidels? It’s out of control, and no one is doing anything about it over there. Everyone is frozen in their tracks by Political Correctness –just like the United States of America.

England fought back Hitler and the Third Reich, but today they have no will to fight Islam; indeed, they seem perfectly content to roll over and play dead –and dead will be exactly what they all are when the Church of England goes out of business.

Dearborn, Michigan. Christian churches can not ring their chimes there now because it offends Muslims. Muslims took it ot court, and the Muslims won.

We all know what it's going to take to put a stop to the march of Islam, but to date, no one has the will to engage the enemy on the battlefield. It's easier to kow-tow and gravel and give in, than to gather up the guts to say, Enough!

Think Dresden. That's what it will take. A few billion dead Muslims --"innocent" men,women ad children, to stop it. If you kill enough of them, then tell the rest to stop it or they're next, you will stop it.

Now. Shooter will be along shortly to tell me how stupid I am.

Lubbock #conspiracy

[About the D.C. Navy Yard shooter who killed 12 people.]

Somebody --or some entity, was running this guy.

The Wet Dream of the Left --right after Socialized Medicine [mission accomplished], is to disarm the citizenry.

He was being treated by military psychiatrists for serious mental disorders. He was filled with hate for White America.

Somebody was running him.

Lubbock #racist

["Larry Elder to the GOP: 'Stop talking to blacks like they are children'"]

Hey, Larry! I hear this from my 16 year old grandson. Stop treating me like a kid.

The only retort is --of course, Stop acting like a kid. You want to be treated like a grown up, act like one. [He's at that age where he can either be a kid or a grown up, depending on how it's most beneficial to him at the moment --kinda like blacks.]

And by the way, Larry, it's the Communist Left in this country who have treated people of color like children; like plantation slaves having to be looked after and cared for and fed and housed by Massa.

It's Conservative America who fought the fight to free the slaves; we Conservatives have given people of color every opportunity known to man to grow up, but it's easier for them to sit in front of the taxpayer funded flat screen, swilling Budweiser, watching Bball, and whine that the flat screen isn't big enough.

The ones who escape the Plantation and take advantage of opportunity are roundly and soundly put down by the likes of you, Larry. House N*gger sound familiar, Larry. That's what your ilk calls Condi Rice. Uncle Tom sound familiar, Larry? That's what your ilk calls Clarence Thomas. 0prah say a whole bunch of us withe folks just need to die. How's that for bringing the races together, Larry?

Lubbock #fundie

You and many others completely miss the point of the militant Gay/Lesbian "community."

Remember, I said Militant.

If a Lesbian couple walk into my photography studio and start trying to book me to photograph their wedding, and I tell them that homosexuality is against my religious tenets, that based on my religious beliefs, I can't not photograph their wedding, the next day I get hit with a lawsuit for discrimination.

If two Gay men walk into my bakery and start picking out a wedding cake and I tell them that I do not do wedding cakes for Gay couples because it's against my religious principles, I get sued.

I don't know if you are truly not aware, or just willfully ignoring the fact that photographers and bakers have already been put out of business because of those exact scenarios. One of those [the photographer] was victim to that scenario in New Mexico, and the cake shop in Denver that refused to bake the cake is also out of business.

I haven't read the Arizona Bill, but from all accounts, it was poorly constructed. That may be so. I wouldn't know how to start to write a law that actually does give businesses the absolute right to refuse service and protect that business from a discrimination lawsuit if it refused to provide service to a Gay/Lesbian couple, based on the business owner's religious beliefs.

But I know that the Militant Gay/Lesbian "community" has successfully used a person's religious beliefs to hammer them into submission, and I know it isn't right.

If a Muslim cab driver will not allow a blind person into his cab with a guide dog, based on the Muslim belief that dogs are unclean, the Muslim cab driver should have the absolute right to refuse service.

To my knowledge, no Muslim cab driver has been sued, although many refuse to allow people with service dogs into their cabs.

Gays/Lesbians will not cross a Muslim. No way, no how, but it's open season on Christians, and that runs the gamut, every phase of Christian life is under assault, and not just from Gays and Lesbians, but they are the most vocal and the most militant.

The idea that so many have expressed is that a Gay/Lesbian couple will just go to another purveyor of service if that purveyor has strong religious beliefs about Homosexual marriage is silly.

They won't seek another purveyor, they will sue.

They have and they do and they will continue to sue.

Lubbock #racist

[Regarding Michelle Obama]

Okay. What do we know about Sasquatch?

First and foremost, she's ghetto trash.

I don't care where she claims to have been raised or how, I don't care where she claims to have gotten her high-powered "education," what airs she gives herself, what kind of pomp and ceremony she aspires to, she's ghetto trash.

We all remember the photo of her deplaning AF1 in short shorts, a wrinkled blouse and flopping tennis shoes.

Only ghetto trash, aspiring to be the first Lady of the United States, would allow herself to photographed in public, deplaning AF1 in such a manner.

So we've established what she is.

Now look at what she mandated that kids had to be fed.

When you look at the food objectively, you can only conclude, she didn't have a clue what most of the food was, but she thought it made her look smart and sophisticated to throw the names around.

goblueresurrection #fundie

The first one is all that's necessary to show atheism fails - empirical adequacy.

Its demonstrable by using IF , THEN statements.

IF atheism is true , THEN the universe is either eternal, or "nature" caused it to begin or it leaped into existence out of nothing uncaused.

Ok - let see if there is any evidence to support any of those scenarios:
1. the universe is external: False

A portion of the the evidence:

"Philosophically, the notion of a beginning of the present order of Nature is repugnant to me ... I should like to find a genuine loophole."
Arthur Eddington
"The End of the World: From the Standpoint of Mathematical Physics"
Nature, vol. 127 (1931) p. 450

-Arthur Eddington - "The beginning seems to present insuperable difficulties unless we agree to look on it as frankly supernatural."

-Stephen Hawking: "In real time.....the universe had a beginning."

-Steven Hawking: "It has been interesting to watch the change in the climate of opinion on singularities. When I was a graduate student, almost no one took singularities seriously. Now, as a result of the singularity theorems, nearly everyone believes that the universe began with a singularity. In the meantime, however, I have changed my mind: I still believe that the universe had a beginning, but that it was not a singularity."
Text of `Origin of the Universe' by S.W. Hawking
(Copyright 1988 Stephen W. Hawking. All rights reserved.)

-Dr Guillermo Gonzales: "Like Einstein, most astronomers of the early twentieth century, including the young Hubble, believed in a static and eternal universe. Even after Einstein conceded his error in the late 1920s, many scientists would not accept the implications of an expanding universe-namely, that it can into existence sometime in the finite past."
The Privileged Planet, Gonzales & Richards.

"The picture today is more complete and much richer. The cosmos began 13.7 billion years ago with the big bang." " In our journey back to the beginning of creation, cosmologists first travel through the well-established history of the universe back to the first microsecond; then to within 10-34 second of the beginning, ..."
Scientific American, Sep 2009

-Dr. Robert Jastrow-who until his recent death was the director of the Mount Wilson observatory once led by Edwin Hubble: "Now we see how the astronomical evidence leads to a biblical view of the origin of the world. The details differ, but the essential elements in the astronomical and biblical accounts of Genesis are the same: the chain of events leading to man commenced suddenly and sharply at a definite moment in time, in a flash of light and energy."

-Dr. Robert Jastrow- "Astronomers now find they have painted themselves into a corner because they have proven, by their own methods, that the world began abruptly in an act of creation to which you can trace the seeds of every star, every planet, every living thing in this cosmos and on the earth. And they have found that all this happened as a product of forces they cannot hope to discover. . . . That there are what I or anyone would call supernatural forces at work is now, I think, a scientifically proven fact."

- Einstein tried to avoid such a beginning by creating and holding onto his cosmological "fudge factor" in his equations until 1931, when Hubble's astronomical observations caused him to grudgingly accept "the necessity for a beginning."
A. Vibert Douglas
"Forty Minutes With Einstein"
Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
Vol. 50 (1956), p. 100

"Many once believed that the universe had no beginning or end and was truly infinite. Through the inception of the Big Bang theory, however, no longer could the universe be considered infinite. The universe was forced to take on the properties of a finite phenomenon, possessing a history and a beginning." Chris
LaRocco and Blair Rothstein, University of Michigan

The present location and velocities of galaxies are a result of a primordial blast known as the BIG BANG. It marked: THE BEGINNING OF THE UNIVERSE! THE BEGINNING OF TIME!" Terry Herter, Cornell University

"That radiation is residual heat from the Big Bang, the event that sparked the beginning of the universe some 13 billion years ago." Craig Hogan, University of Washington

Ok - so an eternal universe is ruled out via evidence - that leaves atheism:
1. nature causing the universe to begin
2. an uncaused universe

Lets examine the remainin 2 options for atheism:
1. "nature did it" - what natural forces cause time, space and matter to leap into existence from nothing? There are none - so this option fails.

The last: an uncaused universe.
Preposterous scientifically and logically as this violates the Law of Causality.

So this leaves us a universe that began due to a cause;
1. The universe CANNOT be eternal or static because:

1. The First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics: this says that matter cannot be created or destroyed, it just changes form. The universe contains a FINITE about of energy/matter. The universe still contains usable energy so therefore, the universe cannot be eternal because all the usable energy would have been used up by now.
2. The Cosmic Background Radiation: A static and eternal universe would not have the afterglow of its beginning.
3. Universal Expansion: The universe is still expanding. If the universe was static and eternal it would not be expanding. If it were eternal all the matter in the universe would be an infinite distance apart. Expansion requires a single point of origin in order to have a place to expand from.
4. The Cosmic Rebound Theory is false: Charles Bennet of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center;" The universe will expand forever. It will not turn back on itself and collapse in a great crunch." There is not enough matter in the universe to collapse it back again, therefore the universe had a beginning.
5. This assumes no energy would be lost in each successive crunch/bang.
6. There is no evidence for a Big Bang, Bang, Bang, Bang.
7. The Kalam Cosmological Argument:
a. An infinite number of days has no end.
b. But today is the end of history(history being a collection of all days)
c. Therefore there were not an infinite number of days before today.
d. Another way of saying this is one cannot add anything to infinity. But tomorrow we will add another day, so the number of days must be finite. Thus a finite number of days has a beginning.
Therefore I conclude that the universe had a beginning. An infinite anything within the material universe is theoretically possible, but not actually possible.
8. The Law of Causality: the universe is one big effect, an effect has to have a cause. This is the foundation of all science. If you reject this then you reject science itself and we cannot go any further.

The universe is finite, therefore it had a beginning. Relativity demands a beginning to space-time-matter and has been mathematically verified to 5 decimal places and confirmed by the above empirical evidence (which Relativity predicted such as expansion as well as others, such as parallax (which Relativity predicted also).

Sir Lucario #fundie

Because it's [gay marriage] been voted down? Everyone should have the right to vote according to their personal values, including Christians.

[Not when those values violate others' rights.]

Well their values violate MY rights. Double Standard!

[This is complete bullshit. You are denying a group of people a right which they want to have. How is this not discrimination? Analogy time! Say marriage is only legal between people of the same race. "Oh," say the supporters. "Everyone has the right to marry someone of their race, so everyone is equal!"]

Homosexuality is behavior and should NOT be treated like race.

[quote he posted]
“There is no research supporting a genetic basis of homosexuality. [It] has been discredited by Scientific America… They’re desperate to find the biological causes. There are none.” – Dr. Richard Fitzgibbons, Philidelphia