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by normanlake
rshill7
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Letters To Ed :-)

"We've been duped by the Republicans. Kentucky Sen. and minority leader Mitch McConnell in a news conference one day after the election, stated that the single and sole goal of the GOP over the next two years is: to make Barack Obama a single term president. What an arrogant and obnoxious goal and statement. There agenda before the election was to get votes by promising that there first goals were jobs, the economy and health care reform. It seems their goal is to grab power, not to do things for the people that are in need of jobs and or unemployment pay, health care for those that don't have it, and the people losing their homes. This is the same party that wanted the auto plants and their suppliers to go out of business. We are just coming back from what they did to this country, and now we have them back to do the same things to our country again. What a mess the next two years is going to bring to this country. Talk about partisanship." Carl D. Leow Rogers Cit

 
 

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RS, breathtakingly wrong as usual.

"Eric Robert Rudolph (born September 19, 1966), also known as the Olympic Park Bomber, is responsible for a series of anti-abortion and anti-gay-motivated bombings across the southern United States between 1996 and 1998, which killed two people and injured at least 150 others. The Federal Bureau of Investigation considers him a terrorist.[1] As a teenager Rudolph was taken by his mother to a Church of Israel compound in 1984; it is connected to the Christian Identity movement. Rudolph and his family were connected with the Christian Identity movement, a militant, racist and anti-Semitic organization that believes whites are God's chosen people. He has confirmed religious motivation, but denied racial motivation for his crimes."

His reading list was immaterial, but you often make immaterial points..

Posted 482 days ago.

rshill7

it?

Posted 484 days ago.

rshill7

Did you hear? Our soldiers were given a directive/order to remove some Bible verse references from their "assault weapon" scopes. There were two different verses perceived. They were these:

"When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, "I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life." (John 8:12 NIV)

"For God, who said, "Let light shine out of darkness," made his light shine in our hearts to give us the light of the knowledge of God's glory displayed in the face of Christ." (2 Corinthians 4:6 NIV)

I wonder if those are night-vision scopes. With verses like those, it sounds like they might be. They'll be rather unenlightened after the mandated scraping.

Speaking of scraping, Will the next order to be for our soldiers to bow AND scrape to as many Muslims as possible? Will the verse references be replaced by some sort of Satanic Verse from the Koran?

Kinda bile inducing isn't

Posted 484 days ago.

rshill7

57 brings us all gifts too from time to time. The gifts of stupidity and foolishness.

Posted 484 days ago.

rshill7

Maji means 'water' in Swahili. You know, that stuff Jesus walked on while it was in it's unfrozen, liquid state.

Yep, raising a few folks from the dead was quite the magic trick. Bringing sight to the blind was pretty fancy too.

Perhaps dummyhead know-nothing here is speaking of the Magi. Jesus didn't follow them, they followed him via the Star that guided them. They also worshiped Him.

Since Jesus was a newborn baby, what might those Magi have been able to teach him? How to raise folks from the dead? Who else ever did that? Ever hear stories about Magi raising people from the dead? Neither have I. They taught him nothing. They simply wanted to see him, worship him and bring him prophetic gifts.

Posted 484 days ago.

amos57usa

The power you derive from the audience as a maji makes you think you are powerful enough to kick over the IRS money tables..really big mistake. Oh fatha why hath thou flown to another galaxy:)

Posted 484 days ago.

amos57usa

norm..I read [stories] of his life and yes an extraordinary person arose..On Doner, on Vixen, on Cupid, shine on Rudolph (the reindeer not the christian). You held up a book of fairy tales as proof that jesus was an extraordinary man. If you are trained by three maji to do maji tricks then the gulible will think you are majic which would indeed be extraordinary.

Posted 484 days ago.

rshill7

Fries :-)

Posted 485 days ago.

rshill7

"You want fires with that?" (Ronald McDonald)

Posted 485 days ago.

rshill7

Got any Emmett Kelly, Sr. quotes?

Aaahahahaha!

Posted 485 days ago.

rshill7

And then they all dedicated their entire lives to Jesus and were killed for that dedication and devotion. I wonder why they didn't recant right before crucifixions, beheadings, being ripped apart by lions, and/or burned at the stake or in oil. Oh yeah, makes perfect sense...not.

There were no comic books included in the gospels either. The Iliad was not included. Beowulf was not included, nor were any words from Caligula, Constantine or Saint Augustine. Why?

Posted 485 days ago.

normanlake

In typical GOP style, you seek to present one aspect of a person, instead of seeking more knowledge, you disparage a man despite his redemption as a human. The quote stands by itself. Of course, you should remember the status of Jesus as a rabble rouser of his day.As a clown shoe salesman, you should appreciate a clowns past.

Posted 485 days ago.

normanlake

Better adjust your skirt, litle feller, your intolerance is showing (again). The Gang of Four were compatriots who had their stories meld, because they were in total agreement. Finding four acolytes to say the same thing would be quite easy, since they ALL had the same agenda. How many Gospels were rejected becaue they did not mesh with the Four?

Posted 485 days ago.

rshill7

Matthew, Mark, Luke and John had the same interpretations of Jesus, not different ones, Bozo.

Please point out where they were not consistent with one another, Howdy Dummy.

Posted 485 days ago.

rshill7

Sounds like a lame interpretation of a lame statement by a man named "Lame".

"Lame Deer's life as a young man was rough and wild; he traveled and rode the rodeo circuit as a rider and later as a rodeo clown. According to his personal account, he drank, gambled, womanized, and once went on a several day long car theft and drinking binge."

Lame indeed. I wonder what brand of clown shoes he wore.

Posted 485 days ago.

normanlake

Eyewitness accounts of any given incident have always been unreliable, as ten persons could witness and event, with ten differing versions of even the simplest incident. To believe that the four aforementioned Gospel writers got every word correct is disingenous,and naive. Take your beliefs, and live your life accordingly, but do not attempt to beat us over the head with YOUR interpretation of the interpretations of other fallible men.Peace, brother."We are all from the same root, but the leaves are different"...John Fire Lame Deer, Lakota holy man.

Posted 485 days ago.

normanlake

Matthew, Mark, Luke and John were acolytes of Jesus, and as such had a vested interest in promoting THEIR interpretation of what THEY believed to be His words. We can easily see in the present day, where the words of others are RE-interpreted, MIS-interpreted, and represented as truth, when in fact, the original words of the actual speaker have been twisted to illustrate another truth altogether.RshRill believes what HIS Bible tells him, and THAT is his reality, with NO questions.Others of us with a mind of our owncan see through the interpretations of others with an axe to grind, which has historically led to mayhem in the name of the Lord, in the name of Allah, in the name of Yahweh, in the name of Hitler for instance.

Posted 485 days ago.

rshill7

Jax...wrong again, and consistently so. There's something to be said for consistency. Not sure what that something is, but...

"In a letter to his parents from prison, Rudolph has written, "Many good people continue to send me money and books. Most of them have, of course, an agenda; mostly born-again Christians looking to save my soul. I suppose the assumption is made that because I'm in here I must be a 'sinner' in need of salvation, and they would be glad to sell me a ticket to heaven, hawking this salvation like peanuts at a ballgame. I do appreciate their charity, but I could really do without the condescension. They have been so nice I would hate to break it to them that I really prefer Nietzsche to the Bible."

There is nothing more anti-Christian than Nietzsche. Nothing at all.

Normarijuana. You are a deluded doomus. You also never defend your stupid statements. Neither does Jaxodiquehead.

Posted 485 days ago.

normanlake

Some people believe in fairy tales and hold up a book of fairy tales as proof of the fairy tales. Others are SANE.

Posted 486 days ago.

Eric Rudolph committed his acts as a Christian, again RS is wrong-as per usual.

Posted 486 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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