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The ACLU campaign to advance communist goals - (Christian landmarks,heritage dismantled & more)
THE AMERICAN THINKER.COM ^ | MAY 15, 2005 | WILLIAM J. BECKER, JR.

Posted on 05/15/2005 3:23:55 PM PDT by CHARLITE

Shuffling out of the movie theater last weekend, I emitted a silent scream, frustrated by yet another example of Christianity under assault, the tumescent epic, “Kingdom of Heaven,” a film so utterly contemptuous of Christians and adoring of Muslims that a leading authority on the Crusades branded it “Osama Bin Laden's version of history.”

“What insane times we live in,” one film critic notes. “Here we are in the midst of the War on Terror, and all Hollywood can do is continually bash Christianity.”

In an industry historically known for coddling communists (the blacklist, Jane Fonda, Stone, Spielberg and others traipsing off to Cuba to glorify Castro) one tends to surrender to the unregenerate status quo. Only through the fortitude of pioneers like Jason Apuzzo and Govindini Murty, whose Liberty Film Festival departs from the script by promoting works of an emerging class of conservative filmmakers, can truthful depictions of history get told.

The opiate of Hollywood fare disguised as high-minded popular culture further dulls the minds of a culture already narcotized by a steady supply of anti-Christian rhetoric. The “mainstream” media remains complicit, as evidenced by Harper’s May issue, exposing “America’s Most Powerful Megachurch,” and the “hate” of “national religious broadcasters.”

“America,” said Joseph Stalin, “is like a healthy body and its resistance is threefold: its patriotism, its morality, and its spiritual life. If we can undermine these three areas, America will collapse from within.”

Hollywood and the media certainly play major roles in the subtle campaign to subvert Judeo-Christian traditions, but they pose a lesser threat than the judiciary and activist organizations such as the American Civil Liberties Union and the LAMBDA Legal Defense and Education Fund, who represent its driving force.

In Southern California especially, these activists have targeted the Christian cross with glorious success. Examples abound:

Government Seal Cases: The ACLU Foundation of Southern California threatened to sue the County of Los Angeles and the City of Redlands unless depictions of the cross were removed from their official seals.

War Memorial Cases: The ACLU Foundation of San Diego and Imperial Counties succeeded in its legal effort to dismantle the 43-foot tall Mount Soledad Veterans Memorial Cross, a landmark for more than 50 years in La Jolla. The ACLU Foundation of Southern California was equally successful in obtaining an order dismantling a cross that has been a World War I memorial fixture on Sunrise Rock in the Mojave Desert since 1932.

Though battles have been lost, the war rages on:

In Los Angeles, two lawsuits were filed against the County. The Thomas More Law Center, of which I am affiliated counsel but not in their action, sued the County under an Establishment Clause theory. U.S. District Judge S. James Otero sustained the ACLU’s demurrer. The case is now on appeal to the Ninth Circuit.

The Claremont Institute, the Individual Rights Foundation, the Orange County firm of Wagner Lautsch and I sued in Superior Court under state and federal constitutional theories as well as under a taxpayer waste theory pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure 526a. This action has been stayed pending the outcome of the federal appeal. I am also vice-chair of the Committee to Save the Seal Ordinance petition drive, the purpose of which is to place a measure on a June 6, 2006, ballot putting the question whether the cross should remain on the seal to voters.

In Redlands, a similar measure will appear on a November ballot.

In San Diego, the City Council will hear argument on May 17 over whether to consider a transfer of the Mount Soledad property to private owners.

And on April 8, 2005, after an unsuccessful appeal to the Ninth Circuit, and without media fanfare, U.S. District Judge Robert J. Timlin signed an order requiring the immediate dismantling of the Sunrise Rock cross. That case, Buono v. Norton, has drawn the wrath of the American Legion, which is approaching the defeat with a novel solution.

The Legion passed a resolution calling on Congress to amend 42 U.S.C. Section 1988, to bar recovery of attorney fees to the prevailing party in cases filed for the purpose of removing and destroying religious symbols located on public property.

Rees Lloyd, a past commander of a Legion post in Banning, California, and himself a former ACLU attorney, drafted the resolution. This week, U.S. Representative John Hostettler (R-Indiana) is expected to introduce the Public Expression of Religion Act. Its goal is to drive out one incentive to file lawsuits where no one is complaining and no one is actually injured. The ACLU pockets the change even when delegating work to pro bono attorneys.

In a recent Daily Journal news item (5-6-05), attention was drawn to the measure, but in publicizing it, those attorneys who are expected to oppose the measure were classified as “civil rights” lawyers while those of us who would support it were not.

The report led by stating that supporters hope it will have a “chilling effect on civil rights attorneys.” Later in the piece, the reporter noted that “civil liberties lawyers warn the measure, if successful, would bode ill for anyone tackling an issue unpopular with a member of Congress.”

Identified as “an advocate for keeping the cross on the [County] seal,” I somehow failed to rate the civil rights lawyer tag.

But if I am not a civil rights lawyer, defending the rights of people whose traditions and heritage are under attack, then what? Who really believes that a cross in the desert, on a hilltop or on a seal establishes a government-endorsed religion? Who honestly believes their tax money is working to do any more than to honor war veterans or the community’s heritage?

Communicating the message of religious liberty certainly presents challenges, not the least of which is convincing the media, or Hollywood for that matter, that defending the cross is beneficial to our society and in fact crucial to preserving our civil rights and liberties.

When the ACLU cleverly named itself a “civil liberties” union in 1920, its idea of civil liberty was hardly consistent with what the U.S. Constitution’s framers had in mind.

“I am for socialism,” wrote ACLU founder Roger Baldwin in 1936. “I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal.”

Communism, a political theory favoring collectivism in a classless society, remains the goal. Imagine a world without religion, the utopian song asks without imagining the tyranny of a classless society.

When U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Henry Matson Waite composed his analysis of the Establishment Clause in Reynolds v. United States, a Free Exercise case, he relied on Thomas Jefferson’s letter to the Danbury (Connecticut) Baptist Association and Jefferson’s “wall of separation between church and State.”

Strange that he would examine the Establishment Clause at all since it was not in issue. Stranger still was his reliance on Jefferson’s letter and his attraction to the “wall of separation” phrase, parroted by judges and liberal activists ever since.

As Justice Waite even observed, Jefferson was in France when the language of the First Amendment was finalized and adopted. It was James Madison’s version that we venerate today. “It met the views of the advocates of religious freedom, and was adopted,” Waite wrote. Jefferson’s letter was a peevish response.

When Justice Hugo Black lifted the Reynolds analysis in Everson v. Board of Education (1945), he resisted the urge to compare what other founding fathers thought about the matter. “The wall of separation” was thus enshrined in our national consciousness and divides us still.

If the ACLU were to support the Hostettler bill, it would go a long way toward proving that they aren’t profiteers at the expense of people of faith and believers in the sanctity of tradition. But I suspect they will commit all their resources toward winning another tiny battle in their classless and unholy crusade. As Memorial Day approaches, keep it in mind.

[editor's note: normally, we do not reprint articles which appear elsewhere. However, we are making an exception for this one by our contributor William Becker, Jr. It is available only via subscription to readers of the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journals. published for the legal community. We think our readers deserve a chance to see it. The article is copyrighted 2005 by the Daily Journal Corporation.]


TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Culture/Society; Extended News; Government; News/Current Events; Philosophy; Politics/Elections; US: California
KEYWORDS: aclu; antitheist; assault; christianity; communism; cpusa; heritage; hollywood; homosexualagenda; kingdomofheaven; monuments; mtsoledad; muslims; secular
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To: brivette

I know who Kate Capshaw I just don't know what sexuality has to do SS who's as modest about the subject as any contemporary filmmaker. BTW she has converted to Judaism.


51 posted on 05/15/2005 5:13:56 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges

It's a twofer: Spielberg gets to attack two of his favorite targets. What's not to like? Prediction: Box office disaster. Private bet?


52 posted on 05/15/2005 5:14:51 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette

No thanks. What are you trying to prove? He's attacked the Nazis not contemporary Germans. And what's his other favorite target? Islamic Terorrists?


53 posted on 05/15/2005 5:16:42 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges
Then why would you allow your wife to be a lesbian in a Showtime movie? These Walls Have Rears or something...

SS may be modest, but he has alot of reasons for being so.

54 posted on 05/15/2005 5:17:25 PM PDT by brivette
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To: Borges

That's true, it was only thirty years ago. But somehow I think he could be making a movie about the US, Africa or the Middle East in the post 2000 era and be doing a better good job.


55 posted on 05/15/2005 5:18:10 PM PDT by two134711 (If you're too open minded, your brains will fall out.)
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To: brivette

Oh, that's just my lazy shorthand for Steven Spielberg, LOL.


56 posted on 05/15/2005 5:19:11 PM PDT by two134711 (If you're too open minded, your brains will fall out.)
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To: brivette

I would guess that not everyone has the sort of control over their wife that you may have. :-) We're talking about adults here. People are responsible for themselves. Look at Ron Reagan Jr.


57 posted on 05/15/2005 5:20:09 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Byron_the_Aussie
He made his fortune in the free enterprise system but has consistently supported its polar opposite, the socialist/liberal agenda.

Spielberg made his reputation by making movies that appeal at the same time to both kids and adults, besides his more 'serious' work such as SHINDLER'S LIST. He's wrapped himself in the child-like aura of such classics as ET: THE EXTRATERESTRIAL, CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND and INDIANA JONES.

While I wouldn't call him a Communist I find it instructive that a person who's made a pile of cash selling his products to the kiddies would resign from his Executive position on the Board of the BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA in protest of the decision to deny homosexuals as Scoutmasters.

At least he's given a plain indication of his priorities: He favors Queers over children and wholesome organizations that would nurture them.

58 posted on 05/15/2005 5:23:27 PM PDT by DoctorMichael (The Fourth Estate is a Fifth Column!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
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To: Borges
People are responsible for themselves. Look at Ron Reagan Jr.

To the best of my knowledge, Ron Reagan Jr wasn't married to Ron Reagan Sr.

59 posted on 05/15/2005 5:23:47 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette

I would guess she does what she wants. She was something of a feminist when he met her. Getting an M.A. in Woman's Studies or something.


60 posted on 05/15/2005 5:26:37 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges
"I just don't know what sexuality has to do SS who's as modest about the subject as any contemporary filmmaker"

Uh, yeah. Kinda like Larry Flint's a modern contemporary filmaker.

Here's my point: I'm a Christian that condemns the actions and activities of secular Christians like fat boy Ted Kennedy. Conservative Jews, on the other hand, seem to find it difficult to criticize the insidious, deceitful nature of their secular Jewish "brothers". These so called "brothers" support and advocate homosexuality and other positions that are inconsistent with main stream values.

61 posted on 05/15/2005 5:32:03 PM PDT by brivette
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To: Borges

I guess if I were married to SS, I'd want to be a lesbian too.


62 posted on 05/15/2005 5:33:50 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette
Uh, yeah. Kinda like Larry Flint's a modern contemporary filmaker.

I don't know where you're going with that comparison. Spielberg's films aren't remotely pornographic and don't have a whiff of homosexuality in them. If you just see SS as some sort of symbol of Hollywood Gomorrah then fine. I just like movies. It's really not worth our time to continue arguing about this. Regards.
63 posted on 05/15/2005 5:36:39 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges

I know they aren't. But when you make statements like "contemporary film makers" that's a pretty broad brush. It's a throw away line. I have no reason to engage you with in a pointless discourse, other than I'll predict the future for you, lest you wish to ignore the obvious: SS pictures will tank. Other than that, have a nice day!


64 posted on 05/15/2005 5:42:39 PM PDT by brivette
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To: Borges
Here's my point: I'm a Christian that condemns the actions and activities of secular Christians like fat boy Ted Kennedy. Conservative Jews, on the other hand, seem to find it difficult to criticize the insidious, deceitful nature of their secular Jewish "brothers". These so called "brothers" support and advocate homosexuality and other positions that are inconsistent with main stream values.

Your response, please.

65 posted on 05/15/2005 5:45:57 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette

You just posed this question to me in Post 61! And I answered it nothing in SS's work glofies homosexuality.


66 posted on 05/15/2005 5:49:18 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges
Please answer my question:

Here's my point: I'm a Christian that condemns the actions and activities of secular Christians like fat boy Ted Kennedy. Conservative Jews, on the other hand, seem to find it difficult to criticize the insidious, deceitful nature of their secular Jewish "brothers". These so called "brothers" support and advocate homosexuality and other positions that are inconsistent with main stream values. Why do you support them?

67 posted on 05/15/2005 5:53:06 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette
If you boycott someone like SS you basically have to boycott all Hollywood films since he's the best of it. I'm a long time cinema enthusuast and will not do so. If you ignore Art that you disagree with or where the artist is not entirely in line with your own beliefs then you will end up ignoring most of Western Culture.
68 posted on 05/15/2005 5:57:52 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges
If you boycott someone like SS you basically have to boycott all Hollywood films since he's the best of it.

When did I ever suggest a boycott of all Hollywood films? Please answer.

I'm a long time cinema enthusuast and will not do so.

That's your problem.

If you ignore Art that you disagree with or where the artist is not entirely in line with your own beliefs then you will end up ignoring most of Western Culture.

Since when has Indiana Jones and the Twmple of Doom represented Western Culture?

Look you have avoided/evaded my question. Do I need to clarify same? Do we need sir cachelot to jump in?

69 posted on 05/15/2005 6:02:19 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette
You suggested not supporting someone who supports anything beyond the mainstream. That would be most Hollywood films. And yes Cinema represents a continuation of Western Culture. It's the primary art form of the last century. I did answer your question. I don't care what an artist's politics are and whether or not I agree with them. Nor do I expect that they care about mine.
70 posted on 05/15/2005 6:06:53 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges
"You suggested not supporting someone who supports anything beyond the mainstream."

Look Borges, we have a real commication disconnect here. Last time that happened, I was talking to my wife. You wouldn't happen to be a female, would you? It would explain alot."

"That would be most Hollywood films. And yes Cinema represents a continuation of Western Culture."

What, do tell, is a continuation of "western culture"? Like from Roy Rogers movies? Need your help here.

"It's the primary art form of the last century. I did answer your question. I don't care what an artist's politics are and whether or not I agree with them. Nor do I expect that they care about mine."

As opposed to a secondary art form?

It's good that that you don't agree or disagree with them; at least we know where you don't stand.

71 posted on 05/15/2005 6:16:02 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette
Cinema, which is a major artfom is a part of the storytelling tradition of Western Culture. There is good and bad art in all mediums. I may indeed disagree with someone, it just doesn't affect my taste or judgment about their work. I don't 'agree' with Dante or Milton either. I still love their work. I have a sneaking suspicion that you're just goading me for kicks.
72 posted on 05/15/2005 6:19:49 PM PDT by Borges
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To: CHARLITE
“I am for socialism,” wrote ACLU founder Roger Baldwin in 1936. “I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal.”

O.K. o.k. ...I know it, you know it ...why isn't this the number one news story on all networks? Why hasn't Congress initiated hearings? It appears no one cares except for those on Free Republic.

How sad. America had rather have a bargain "Made In China" than Freedom as defined by our Constitution. I fear the majority of my countrymen ...are no longer my countrymen.

73 posted on 05/15/2005 6:20:11 PM PDT by Luke (CPO, USCG (Ret))
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To: Borges
"I have a sneaking suspicion that you're just goading me for kicks."

Nope. Just one last and final question, yes or no: Do you think homosexuality is a normal human trait. Please answer yes or no. Thank you in advance.

74 posted on 05/15/2005 6:29:50 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette
Just one last and final question, yes or no: Do you think homosexuality is a normal human trait. Please answer yes or no. Thank you in advance.

No I do not. If it were humanity would die out wouldn't it?

You're welcome.
75 posted on 05/15/2005 6:32:22 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges

It's not nice to answer a question with a question. So tell me, when most secular jewish organizations advocate homosexuality, are they advocating the extinction of humanity?


76 posted on 05/15/2005 6:37:22 PM PDT by brivette
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To: CHARLITE
That said, is there any reason why our tax dollars are STILL subsidizing these dirty schmucks?

People, what we have here is the ACLU biting the very hands that feed them. And those hands are our own.

Enough is enough. Congress needs to cut the strings once and for all. Let these Communists leech off their own ilk (like $oro$) and not on what we pay to the government.

77 posted on 05/15/2005 6:38:59 PM PDT by rzeznikj at stout (My Tagline! Where the heck is it?)
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To: brivette
"The fact that his films have tanked is another indication of how out of touch this cretin is with mainstream American values."

As of right now his films have a combined domestic gross of $3,223,609,977. His political views have been known for some time. He has had a few lesser grossing films in the last few years (especially the Terminal), but *Catch Me If You Can* made $164 million. Hardly *tanking*. Also, if you looked at his movies from the late 80's, you could have said he was slipping in the box office receipts too(*Always* and *Hook* were not big money makers). Then he made this other movie that made a few bucks... what was it called?....oh yes, Jurassic Park ($357 million). All directors have ups and down in box office, that's how it goes. To say his movies have tanked is to willfully ignore the facts. America loves his movies; not so much his politics.
78 posted on 05/15/2005 6:44:05 PM PDT by CarolinaGuitarman
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To: brivette

Well to play Devil's Advocate they think it's a random trait that only occurs in a certain percentage of the population. It's not something I spend a lot of time thinking about. Can we end this now? The well is dry.


79 posted on 05/15/2005 6:44:33 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges

The fact that you have failed to respond to my question speaks volumes. Enough said.


80 posted on 05/15/2005 6:47:43 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette

"The fact that you have failed to respond to my question speaks volumes. Enough said."

I think he was getting tired of answering your questions, only to be told he didn't, and then asked a new question that had even less to do with the topic at hand, Spielberg's films.


81 posted on 05/15/2005 6:51:15 PM PDT by CarolinaGuitarman
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To: brivette
Yes I must be gay! How shrewdly you have deduced my flaming homosexual agenda! Good Grief. Have fun in your obsessions. Someone should.
82 posted on 05/15/2005 6:52:33 PM PDT by Borges
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To: CHARLITE
Someone threatened our local ACLU comrades by email and got in big trouble.

Personally thats stupid to email a threat.

They should have just done what they wanted and kept quite.

The ACLU is nothing but a bunch of ambulance chasing muck diving sewer (Demo)rats.
83 posted on 05/15/2005 6:53:55 PM PDT by OKIEDOC (LL THE)
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To: brivette

No, please enlighten me.


84 posted on 05/15/2005 6:54:36 PM PDT by OKIEDOC (LL THE)
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To: Borges
Yes I must be gay! How shrewdly you have deduced my flaming homosexual agenda! Good Grief. Have fun in your obsessions. Someone should.

I accept your apology.

85 posted on 05/15/2005 6:55:01 PM PDT by brivette
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To: OKIEDOC

Not sure of your question, please help me out.


86 posted on 05/15/2005 6:57:16 PM PDT by brivette
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To: Borges

I have, for the record, enjoyed our exchanges.


87 posted on 05/15/2005 6:59:48 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette
brivette wrote
You do know who Mr. Spielberg is married to, don't you? And what cable movies she starred in, don't you? If not, I'd be happy to enlighten you.

Since I don't go to movies I don't have the foggiest who Spielberg is married to.

I do know he pushes a Jewish agenda as does most of Hollyweird, at the expense of Christians.
88 posted on 05/15/2005 7:02:14 PM PDT by OKIEDOC (LL THE)
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To: brivette
I have, for the record, enjoyed our exchanges.

I'm glad someone did.
89 posted on 05/15/2005 7:02:17 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges
"Yes I must be gay! How shrewdly you have deduced my flaming homosexual agenda!"

Well, wasn't that obvious from the start? Everybody knows about the unending homosexual content in all of Spielberg's films. From the obviously gay ET to the effeminate soldiers in "Saving Private Ryan". His advocation of homosexuality has been relenting. And your acceptance of his movies only shows your acceptance of his perverted agenda too.

(sarcasm off)
90 posted on 05/15/2005 7:02:29 PM PDT by CarolinaGuitarman
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To: CarolinaGuitarman

"His advocation of homosexuality has been relenting."

That should be relentless.


91 posted on 05/15/2005 7:03:58 PM PDT by CarolinaGuitarman
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To: OKIEDOC

What might this 'Jewish Agenda' be? And how does it conflict with the Christian one?


92 posted on 05/15/2005 7:05:14 PM PDT by Borges
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To: CarolinaGuitarman

Oh Behaaaave!
93 posted on 05/15/2005 7:09:11 PM PDT by Borges
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To: Borges

Congratulations! You're no longer beneath my contempt!


94 posted on 05/15/2005 7:10:34 PM PDT by brivette
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To: OKIEDOC
"Personally thats stupid to email a threat.
They should have just done what they wanted and kept quiet."

You're right. It's amateurish, hasty, hare-brained and just plain DUMB to email threats. Furthermore, it's not great strategy for any conservative to start behaving like liberals!

Char :)

95 posted on 05/15/2005 7:13:06 PM PDT by CHARLITE (Not gonna be happy until the Hillster is sent packing, with Billery in tow. on a leash.........)
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To: Borges
Don't read anything other than the fact that most movies made today are about Jewish family life as opposed to 50 years ago when they were about Catholic family life.

The Fockers comes to mind.
96 posted on 05/15/2005 7:16:45 PM PDT by OKIEDOC (LL THE)
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To: CHARLITE

INTREP


97 posted on 05/15/2005 7:20:03 PM PDT by LiteKeeper (The radical secularization of America is happening)
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To: CarolinaGuitarman

Please, enlighten me Obey Wan, when did he/she ever answer my question?


98 posted on 05/15/2005 7:20:34 PM PDT by brivette
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To: brivette

When you asked,

"Just one last and final question, yes or no: Do you think homosexuality is a normal human trait. Please answer yes or no. Thank you in advance."

And he answered,
"No I do not."


Hope that helps. :)

BTW, it's Obi-Wan, not Obey Wan.


99 posted on 05/15/2005 7:24:24 PM PDT by CarolinaGuitarman
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To: little jeremiah; EdReform; DirtyHarryY2K; Clint N. Suhks

ping.


100 posted on 05/16/2005 6:32:26 PM PDT by DBeers ()
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