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Make your vote count [01 Nov 2010|11:13am]
jsthepreacher
Please! VOTE in this election. Remember – the only wasted vote is the one not cast.

Here are a few tips to help clear away the mind-numbing barrage of the meaningless drivel from advertising & the media.

First of all, remember that there are no degrees of bad. There is no such thing as: “the lesser of two evils”, a “good bad” or a “better bad”. Every politician out there is a bad politician and every one of them is bad for our country and bad for our lives. So, how do we get rid of them?

1) do not vote for an incumbent
2) do not vote for a lawyer
3) do not vote on the Republican Party or the Democratic Party line. Do vote for the candidate of your choice – just vote for them on some other line (such as the Conservative Party line or the Independence Party line).

Cross-posted to: [Bad username: _gopchristians_], [Bad username: christianity], [Bad username: conservacorner], [Bad username: conservatism], [Bad username: freestate], [Bad username: ljchristians], [Bad username: nehemiah_group], [Bad username: ontd_con], [Bad username: radicals]
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Jeff Owens – Atheist Preacher [13 Sep 2010|12:54pm]
jsthepreacher
Recently there was an item in the news about a Mr. Jeff Owens of West Virginia.

It seems that Mr. Owens was speaking to a small audience about the necessity of brutally murdering homosexuals. And since there was no disagreement or dissent, one would have to assume that they were in complete agreement with Mr. Owens.

Many people, myself included, were horrified that someone would espouse such barbarism and doubly horrified that all of those people would sit there and agree with him. But, as shocking as this is, I wonder why this particular scenario is actually in the national news. After all, our lives are flooded on a daily basis with reports of some yahoo spouting off about how they want to kill one segment or another of the world’s population. Arabs want to annihilate the Jews, liberals want to kill babies, Iranians want to kill adulteresses, African tribes want to kill other African tribes, Black Panthers want to kill white babies, the KKK wants to kill Jews & blacks, Muslim terrorists want to kill women and children, and the list goes on and on. And what about Barack Obama sitting there for twenty years in agreement with the horrible things that Jeremiah Wright was spewing forth on a regular basis?

As I watched the story of Mr. Owens spread across the media and the internet, I saw that the story was not about the actions that Mr. Owens was calling for but, rather, was about Mr. Owens being called a Christian. So, of course the ungodly let loose with a flood of vituperation saying that Mr. Owens is the proof that every Christian that ever lived is a violent, murderous, racist, homophobic bigot that wants to force their mindless, delusional beliefs on other people.

What surprised me, though, was that Christians started to wring their hands, whine and whimper. “Oh, what a terrible example of Christianity, it’s going to make all of us look bad.” “How can he expect sinners to listen to the gospel and come to love Jesus if he talks like that?”

What a load of horse hockies. If you have been a Christian for even five minutes and have an IQ at least ten points above that of a tomato plant, you would know that Mr. Owens is not, repeat, not a Christian. There is not one single thing about Mr. Owens, or the people that agree with him, that would show them to be Christians. Nothing, other than him dressing up and calling himself a “pastor” and the audience sitting quietly in a building that they call a “church”.

Even a child is known by his doings. So, if we would use even a little bit of sense, we can easily see that Mr. Owens is either a Muslim or an atheist.

A Muslim because: 1) The belief in, and practice of, brutally murdering homosexuals is a precept found in their Koran and forms a foundational basis for their law, their religion and their society. 2) Lying to non-Muslims is a practice that is encouraged and condoned by their Koran and their law (Sharia) as long as it furthers the cause of Islam. 3) Muslims have a history of dressing up as something they are not and lying about who they are in order to get into a position to bring about death and destruction to America.

In September, 2001, nineteen Muslims dressed up as Americans, lied about who they were and what they were doing and used their falsely gained position to bring about the death of three thousand people and the destruction of billions of dollars worth of American real estate.

In November, 2009, a Muslim man, dressed as an Army major, lied about being an American serviceman and used his falsely gained position to bring about the death of thirteen people at Ft. Hood.

In 2008, a Muslim man, dressed as a politician, lied about being an American citizen and, even now, is using his illegally acquired position to bring about the death of freedom and the destruction of our Constitutional Republic.

Atheism is actually many factions with different labels, such as: humanism; naturalism and Darwinian evolution to name a few but share most of their core beliefs, differing only in some of the details.

Mr. Owens could be an atheist because: 1) Atheists have no established code of morality or ethics, right and wrong is determined only by what they feel within themselves. 2) Human life has no intrinsic value 3)Atheists have a history of dressing up as something they are not and lying about who they are in order to get into a position to bring about death and destruction to America.

Atheists, dressed up as priests, lied about not being pedophiles and brought death and destruction into the lives of thousands of children and their families.

Atheists, such as Warren Jeffs, Tony Alamo and David Koresh, lied about being pastors preaching truth and brought death and destruction into the lives of thousands of children and their families.

Atheists, dressed as politicians, knowingly lie as they swear oaths to uphold and defend our Constitution, pass laws that are illegal, oppressive and evil.

Atheists, dressed as journalists, lie about being unbiased and truthful and use their position to inculcate their godlessness into the hearts and minds of Americans.

So, there you have it, Muslim or atheist. Personally, I would peg Mr. Owens more as an atheist than a Muslim but that is only because the intentions of his heart seem to be centered in what makes him feel good rather than any religious fervor. But, no matter what, he is definitely not a Christian.
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Petition to Stop Wikipedia Sexual Exploitation [18 May 2010|09:53am]

yarinaosu
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=122568014434577&ref=mf

This is a petition to get Wikipedia to adopt the minimum of standards to ensure that people are protected. There are no current regulations on explicit images that protect the rights of those in the images or those under 18, and this is a serious problem.
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Why you'll lose. [23 Oct 2008|07:02pm]

adamsocial
[ mood | irate ]

You can call this woman a fringe nutjob, but you're lying to yourself if you think that most "evangelicals" are different.

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Funny and Scary [16 Oct 2008|08:06pm]

kansasman


and this was on Howard Stern's radio show?
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[12 Oct 2008|07:50pm]

kansasman
Why would I vote for the very person that started the subprime crisis?

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I'll 'rip apart' child-rape victims on stand [26 Jun 2008|05:15pm]

starchaser57

Massachusetts politician and defense attorney Rep. James Fagan is under intense public scrutiny after he promised to "rip apart" child victims of rape who testify if the state imposes strict sentences for sex offenders.

Fagan, a Democrat, made his controversial remarks on the state House floor, Fox News reported.

"I'm gonna rip them apart," Fagan said of child victims. "I'm going to make sure that the rest of their life is ruined, that when they're 8 years old, they throw up; when they're 12 years old, they won't sleep; when they're 19 years old, they'll have nightmares and they'll never have a relationship with anybody."

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=68014


I have to agree with the ruling that the death penalty is not a proportional punishment for the rape of a child.  It isn't but it is the worse thing we can do to the pig.

This "lawyer"?  This lawyer has just sunk lower than the pig that raped his sex year old daughter.

Rep out of order
http://bh.heraldinteractive.com/news/opinion/letters/view.bg?articleid=1103238


I DO NOT like democrats at all, but even I know that he does not represent all dems.


Checked the link in the article to this horrible person.  He's a democrat.  Why of course he is.  Democrats are often telling all of us that want to protect the children. 
Get this.
This "person" is the chair of the House Ethics Committee in his state.  No kidding. 
Guess what state?
First state to legalize homosexuals pretending to play house.
The state of Barney Franks, John Kerry, Teddy boy. 
Massachusetts

This individual also belongs to the following organizations.
Taunton Boys & Girls Club (Board of Directors); Taunton Little League; Taunton Youth Basketball Coach, Babe Ruth League; High School Umpire; Southeastern New England Area Boys' Clubs of America (past Chairman).

http://www.mass.gov/legis/member/jhf1.htm

This is someone who needs to hear from us.  Here's his email.

Rep.JamesFagan@hou.state.ma.us

 

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ABC is calling WI for Obama [19 Feb 2008|09:23pm]

paul1149
Blue collar, white Wisconsin was supposed to be Clinton territory. If Obama carries a decent majority I think we see an implosion of HC's support among superdelegates and Dem leaders.

Also, it coming out that even regular Dem delegates are not bound by the party to their pledges, not even on the first ballot, and that Clinton plans to lobby them to switch, should further incense the party. I know that if I were Dem I would be furious. This is supposed to be the party of the people, eh?

HI should be Obama's as they consider him a native son.
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Who Will Be VP? [15 Feb 2008|09:07am]

kansasman
Morning folks,

I just finished posting my personal thoughts on who might be the GOP's Vice-Presidential nominee, once McCain officially secures the nomination. Even though I prefer Huckabee, there just is not enough numbers anymore for him to get the Presidential nomination, even if he were to get every last remaining delegate.

I would also say, that he won't be VP, as I detail in this mornings post:
http://www.kevinsview.com/2008/02/who-will-be-mccains-vp.html

Since LJ was the originator of OpenSource, you can easily comment on the post there, using your LJ username, and no you don't need your password when you do so. I will be looking for your thoughts soon.
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Obama keeps racking up the numbers [12 Feb 2008|08:05pm]

paul1149
2:1 in VA and MD, 3:1 in DC. These are massive numbers. But the demos to watch are the Hispanic and Women vote, HC's strongest base.

And even there HC is taking it on the chin. Drudge has exits showing Obama 55-45 among Hispanics in Virginia. That means he's gaining big ground, even since California. If HC's last redoubt, the women vote, collapses, it could be just about over.

HC seems to be making every mistake in the Dem playbook. First, Bill's outrageous public display in SC, now HC demotes her Latina campaign manager. Brilliant move that, with Texas waiting in the wings.

It's ironic to see those who have lived by the sword of divisive identity politics now dying by it.
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i wont support john mccain in the election [10 Feb 2008|01:48pm]

realm_of_libby7
[ mood | depressed ]

so what do u all think about the president race? do u think we as compassionate conservatives will have to support the liberal John Mcain? do u think we need to lay down our VALUES to support his liberal laws? personally i dont think i can do it. I just dont think he talks enough about how much he hates homosexuality and abortion. those r really the only two issues i even care about. i may not be old enuf to vote but i am old enuf to no right from wrong.

god bless~

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My intro [10 Feb 2008|11:45am]

paul1149
I just saw on the community page that intros are encouraged. Sorry for not doing one earlier.

I'm 58 and live in south east New York; been watching and participating in politics for many years now.

On the human side, I fear for the direction in which the nation is heading. But in the Spirit I know that all things are in His very capable hands. I sometimes repair to the wisdom of Habakuk:

Though the fig tree should not blossom
And there be no fruit on the vines,
Though the yield of the olive should fail
And the fields produce no food,
Though the flock should be cut off from the fold
And there be no cattle in the stalls,
Yet I will exult in the LORD,
I will rejoice in the God of my salvation.
The Lord GOD is my strength,
And He has made my feet like hinds’ feet,
And makes me walk on my high places.
For the choir director, on my stringed instruments.

If I've been posting too much let me know. There hasn't seemed to be too much activity here.
GB,
p.
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It took 16 years... [10 Feb 2008|11:35am]

paul1149
but finally the liberal media is turning against the Clintons. True, the only reason they do so is that they have another ticket to glory now. But nonetheless it's good to see the truth come out.

Take a look at Frank Rich's op ed in the NYT today: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/10/opinion/10rich.html . It is simply stunning in its denunciation of the Clinton machine's bankrupt ways. Add the media turnaround to Obama's primary momentum and it looks like the man is going to be hard to beat.

While Clinton's exit from the national scene would make me happy, the irony is that Obama might well be harder to beat come November.

Watching and praying.

p.
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Born Again Christians Favor Democratic Candidates, Says Survey [09 Feb 2008|02:53pm]

paul1149
Read it and weep.

http://www.christianpost.com/article/20080204/31077_Born_Again_Christians_Favor_Democratic_Candidates%2C_Says_Survey.htm
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For Once Kansas ISN'T being Ignored [08 Feb 2008|06:32am]

kansasman
[ mood | happy ]

With the Republican Caucuses in Kansas tomorrow (Sat 2/9/08), Kansas is getting visits from the Presidential contenders today. Below is my post from KevinsView.com that I just reported a few minutes ago. Of course, I wonder why Huckabee, the only candidate to be making multiple appearances, is going from eastern Kansas (Kansas City) to western (mid) Kansas (Wichita) then back East to my hometown of Topeka before going back out to Western Kansas to conclude the day in Garden City.

Oh well, I just glad he is the only one making multiple stops here and better yet he is the only candidate coming to eastern Kansas at all.

Folks, if you live in Kansas, today is your day. All 3 of the remaining presidential candidates will be in Kansas today. This is the year that Kansas isn't being overlooked. Mike Huckabee, the candidate that I endorsed a couple of weeks ago on this very blog will be criss crossing the state today, while the other two will be making just 1 token stop apiece in Wichita. Below is the schedule for all of the days events.


Mike Huckabee in Kansas
8:00 AM Rally
Olathe, Kansas
Mid-America Nazarene University, Bell Cultural Events Center
2030 E. College Way
Olathe, KS 66062-1899

11:00 AM Rally
Wichita, Kansas
Colonel James Jabara Airport
3512 N. Webb Road
Wichita, KS 67226

**NEW LOCATION-- Topeka, Kansas**
3:30 PM Rally
Downtown Ramada Inn
420 E 6th Street
Topeka, KS 66607

6:00 PM Rally
Garden City, Kansas
Clarion Inn Hotel
1911 E Kansas Ave
Garden City, KS 67846

John McCain in Kansas
1:00 PM, Press Conference
Wichita, Kansas
Hawker Beach Craft Services FBO
Wichita Mid-Continent Airport
2299 Airport Road
Wichita, KS 67209
**OPEN PRESS**

Ron Paul in Kansas
6:00 PM Event
Best Western Airport Inn
6815 W Kellogg Dr
Wichita, KS 67209


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And that's my view, what's yours?
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The Theme Song for Hillary's Campaign should be... [05 Feb 2008|09:54am]

paul1149
Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away.
Now it looks as if they're here to stay.
O, I believe in yesterday.


A funny thing happened along the road to Hillary's inevitability. She always knew she had high negatives among Republicans, but if she could cop the Dem nomination she could coast in on the general woman vote.

So the plan went, but she did not count on a groundswell raising up serious competition within her own party.

The Ramifications of Obama being up 13% in heavily Hispanic California are enormous. Hillary is a candidate in trouble.

"Yesterday" applies in more than one sense. What the Clintons represent is very "yesterday". Bill's calculated distortions and race baiting in South Carolina blew up in his face and reminded people of how ugly and contentious the political '90s were, at the very same time that Obama was promising a fresh start. At the very least, we saw it was a good way to get exceedingly high Black voter turnout.

NY doesn't allow cross-party voting in primaries (at least they do something right), but if it did I would be sorely tempted to vote Obama just to keep Hillary out.
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Conservative thoughts on SuperTuesday [04 Feb 2008|10:21am]

paul1149
Two more days until a huge chuck of presidential delegates are chosen. The races have tightened up a lot, and at least on the Republican side, should tighten up even more this week.

From this conservative's point of view, the worst eventuality would be for Hillary Clinton to become president. I know of no one more insincere than this woman. Every word out of her mouth has an ulterior motive and is not to be trusted.

Ironically though, Obama is even more liberal than she. In fact, Obama is rated THE most liberal senator - and considering the field that's no mean feat.

I find it easy to like Obama. He's intelligent and articulate and even-tempered. Unfortunately, in my view he's radically wrong on almost every issue (one exception - he's among the Dem born-again tax-cut believers. How Dems square the stimulus package with their general economic policy, I don't know).

Not that Pubs have much choice in the matter, but it might be easier to beat Clinton than Obama in November because of her astronomical negatives. But the cost should she win in November would be great. So do you want the safer, but possibly harder to beat Obama? Or do you hope for Clinton? Which choice is riskier?

On the Pub side, Huckabee is now dramatically hurting Romney. Especially in the South, where conservatism reigns, the two are splitting the conservo vote. When asked if he should step aside and hand the baton to Romney, Huckabee smartly said that maybe Romney should do that for him. Kind of asinine considering Huckabee's low polling numbers these days. I guess nothing's going to change before Tuesday, but at least afterward the Big H can drop out and ask his delegates to go over to Romney.

McCain is a troublesome figure. He's got his own way of approaching politics. Sometimes, like on national defense and on abortion, it's even good. But many times, like on taxes, immigration, and campaign finance, it's not. Ann Coulter, in her typical radicalism, has expressed a preference for Hillary over Obama, saying that at least the abomination would originate on the other side of the isle and the Pubs would maintain a semblance of integrity.

I don't think I go that far, but you never know. A lot could happen between now and November. It's going to be a long year. The whole world is watching, and we should be praying.
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The Original New England Patriot Remains Undefeated [03 Feb 2008|11:05pm]

danlacey

The original New England patriot remains undefeated

Faithmouse

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Hi! [15 Nov 2007|01:12pm]

christina_tm
[ mood | cold ]

Hi, I'm Christina and I'm a Christian Republican.

OK, that out of the way...hi, everyone! I just joined. I decided I need to participate in more spirited political discussion over the Internet, as I haven't in some time. Looking forward to tossing around ideas with you all.

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Listen [13 Jun 2007|12:49am]

yarinaosu
I'm a nice person.

I don't want to ban people. However, if you want to start crap with other people, or you just go around and use this place to harass people of faith, I will block you.

I already banned four members for being complete jerks. I won't tolerate people saying that the Bible is a book of lies or other blatant hate speech like that. If you want to do it in your own group, go ahead. However, you do not belong here.

I closed the members entry because certain people feel the need to put up bs.
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