Asked if issues like same-sex marriage will galvanize African-Americans, the Rev. Jesse Jackson said, "Well, they didn't make the Top 10 with Moses, and Jesus didn't make mention of them."
That is one of the most tellingly ignorant and clueless statements a so-called reverand can make.
The ten commandments also does not say: Thou shalt not beat a man to within an inch of his life just because you don't like him. So I guess this reverand would say, uh well, uh, that must not be a very bad thing, and child molestation must be just sort of bad, just a little bad, uh, yuh know man.
To miss the fact that fornication is sin, and to ignore the fact that homosexuality is an abomination is inexcusable. This blind leader of the blind needs to repent and reread the Bible at least a few more times a year.
Do these people even read the Bible?
posted on 03/06/2005 12:41:18 AM PST
(The Democrat party is an ACLU cult.)
Apparently not. I read that statement from the not so Rev. Jackson and had a classic WTH moment. I guess that it never occurred to Jesse that same sex relationships were so beyond the pale at that time anyone with two brain cells that rubbed together knew that a life of damnation waited for those that practiced such an abomination. Jesse again show why his name should be Jackass instead of Jackson.
posted on 03/06/2005 1:31:48 AM PST
They do not read the Bible nor history. Dr. Lusk said that the Klan in Memphis kept him from being what he wanted to be as a boy. He must be a very old man as Black's in Memphis have been doing what they wanted to for many many years. The first millionaire in Memphis was a Black man.
Out of wedlock children and government schools are the two things that are keeping the masses ignorant.
posted on 03/06/2005 2:43:12 AM PST
by Coldwater Creek
('We voted like we prayed")
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