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When did the GOP nominee, John McCain, become a "right wing holy roller"? He didn't seem that way to me. Well-anyway- don’t need a tutorial on “religion” from this opportunist who sold her soul for a few minutes on MSNBC.

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1 posted on 11/18/2008 7:24:10 PM PST by Wegotsarah.com
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Yes - I think it is time for us to embrace an “abortion at any time for any reason up to 1 sec before birth” candidate.../s
2 posted on 11/18/2008 7:26:50 PM PST by 2banana (My common ground with terrorists - they want to die for islam and we want to kill them)
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The Left doesn't get it about social conservatism and never will. There are millions of people around the country who believe in God and in traditional values and family. Those are beliefs that will never go out of style and there will always be a vehicle to represent them in our public life whether or not it happens to be the Republican Party or some new movement.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." - Manuel II Palelologus

3 posted on 11/18/2008 7:28:32 PM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives In My Heart Forever)
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When did the GOP nominee, John McCain, become a "right wing holy roller"?

He didn't. But when you're a sleazy WaPo whore anyone more devout than a flaming atheist is a threat to your peace of mind and must be attacked at all costs.

4 posted on 11/18/2008 7:28:53 PM PST by hinckley buzzard
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In God we trust, not government, parties, politicians or pundits.


5 posted on 11/18/2008 7:30:21 PM PST by Jim Robinson (We ARE the dissent, baby!)
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Exactly what I would expect from The Washington Compost.


6 posted on 11/18/2008 7:30:47 PM PST by teletech (Friends don't let friends vote DemocRAT)
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I’m a guy, so maybe I’m not the one who should say this, but is this just sour grapes, or PMS?

I’m guessing she thinks those of us who believe in God should only talk to him on Sunday, and never, ever, try to do what we think he wants us to do.

Good thing she was not literally bathing in holy water, or she’d be ashes.

No point in smoking a last cigarette or putting on a blindfold, she’s not worth wasting a bullet on. Time wounds all heels.

Why is she still writing if she has nothing substantive to say? Any ideas? Just sad she’s not in any sort of spotlight, now?


7 posted on 11/18/2008 7:33:31 PM PST by Old Student (We have a name for the people who think indiscriminate killing is fine. They're called "The Bad Guys)
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People who pontificate for a living are pontificating a little too much about Obama’s victory being a part of changing demographics and values. That’s a factor, but O was a “perfect storm” candidate. Without the war in Iraq, O never happens. Without Bush, O never happens. Without BDS, O never happens. Without the “9/11 Truth” movement, O never happens. Without the Goracle/Climate Change stuff, O never happens. The last two parts weren’t as vital as the first three parts, but all five, and some more that I’m not mentioning (sorry for doing a quick and poor job on this subject) had to come together for the O phenomenon to achieve victory. None of them had much if anything to do with conservative Christian values one way or another.


8 posted on 11/18/2008 7:34:33 PM PST by squidly
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Simply put: Armband religion is killing the Republican Party. And, the truth -- as long as we're setting ourselves free -- is that if one were to eavesdrop on private conversations among the party intelligentsia, one would hear precisely that.

Armband religion...now isn't that an interesting phrase. I wonder what she means by that "armband" thing. Isn't she bothered by Jeremiah Wright and his "armband"?

"The party intelligentsia".....yeah, let's listen to them, they've done such a good job of steering all us hayseeds in the right direction. LOL.

9 posted on 11/18/2008 7:34:42 PM PST by FlyVet
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“We’ve already established what you are, Mrs. Parker. Now we’re just haggling over the price.”


10 posted on 11/18/2008 7:34:58 PM PST by Old Sarge (For the first time in my life, I am ashamed to be an American)
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It sounds like Parker thinks God is dead.


11 posted on 11/18/2008 7:35:06 PM PST by FlingWingFlyer (I voted for McCain/Palin so I can look my grandchildren in the eyes when I tell them I'm sorry.)
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The reason McCain lost in 2000 was because he came out just before an important primary and downright insulted evanglicals.

I remember people in my church being outraged, and quite a few of them switching to Bush from McCain.

The press loves to say it was a rumor about a black child, because they love to think that conservatives are racists. We all know that isn’t true. I don’t know anyone that votes based on color, and if they did, I certainly wouldn’t consider them a conservative.


12 posted on 11/18/2008 7:35:48 PM PST by I still care (A Republic - if you can keep it. - Ben Franklin)
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Religious conservatives become defensive at any suggestion that they've had something to do with the GOP's erosion.

Funny, the first words that came to mind when I read this were "thank" and "God".

Every once in a while, ya gotta burn the forest to make it grow more lush.

14 posted on 11/18/2008 7:36:56 PM PST by Rutles4Ever (Ubi Petrus, ibi ecclesia, et ubi ecclesia vita eterna!)
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The article said — “But they need those votes!”

You better believe it! And..., they better not forget it, either... :-)

Better get with the Christian Evangelicals, or the GOP better get ready to lose all future elections...


17 posted on 11/18/2008 7:40:29 PM PST by Star Traveler
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In other words, feminism is going to the nursing home, and “Ma Parker” is mad.


23 posted on 11/18/2008 7:47:53 PM PST by familyop (cbt. engr. (cbt), NG, '89-'96, Duncan Hunter or no-vote, http://falconparty.com/)
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I’ll stick with God just the same.


27 posted on 11/18/2008 7:51:18 PM PST by keats5 ("I hope for his sake, Joe Biden got that VP thing in writing."- Rudy)
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ah... Parker makes her final stab at conservatives before she officially joins the payroll at MSNBC.

Bee-yotch!


31 posted on 11/18/2008 7:57:05 PM PST by AmericanGirlRising (The cow is in the ditch. We know how it got there. Now help me get it out!)
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Apparently Kathleen forgot that it was the secular left, not the religious right, that made social issues such as abortion & homosexuality into political issues. She also apparently forgot that it was her fellow “moderate” Republicans who assured us that we don’t need to worry about changing demographics since we’re a “proposition nation”, rather than a blood-ties nation.

In other words, Kathleen is projecting like crazy here. She’s also campaigning like crazy for the role of THE EXTABLISHMENT MEDIA’S FAVORITE REPUBLICAN, which became vacant when McCain won the nomination.


34 posted on 11/18/2008 7:58:48 PM PST by puroresu (Enjoy ASIAN CINEMA? See my Freeper page for recommendations (updated!).)
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Wait until God gives up on you, Ma Parker.

You won’t like that day. Nor afterwards...


39 posted on 11/18/2008 8:08:03 PM PST by F15Eagle (1 John 5:4-5, 4:15, John 11:25, 14:6, 1 Tim 2:5, John 3:17-18, John 20:31, 1 John 5:13, John 6:69)
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Armband atheists are creepier. I’m afraid that they’ve asked themselves an evil question with their “Just be good, for goodness sake” slogan. The answer being, “Or what?...nothing.”

While that seems trivial, that answer can be murderous, quite literally.

Already they embrace the idea that life is meaningless, at least other people’s lives. So life just becomes a race with the clock to do what you want to do before you die. And if that involves harming others, so what?, you’re all going to die anyway.

They miss a very important point. If life is meaningless, why try to proselytize others about atheism, or hate people because of their religious faith?

It is also easy to see why they are so terribly bitter about how “unfair” life has been to them so far. How it’s unfair that they weren’t born handsome, popular, loved, wealthy, smart, talented, and things like that, even though other people are like that It’s unfair.

But if your life is based on your own whims, and such people bother you, why not hate them and try to tear them down? Why not, indeed.

Or why not even kill them? Why not? Other people crowd their space, and most of them they hate, so why not hope they all die, so you can have more? They’re just billions of stupid religious nobodies.

Such armband atheists tend to be very miserable. They no longer have God in their mental equation, and they see that the hand of cards they were dealt in life is pretty meager indeed. They also must be dreadfully afraid of dying, so the one type of killing they object to is capital punishment.

For two reasons, I suppose. First of all they resent the idea that if they kill somebody on a whim, or for pure hatred, that people they despise, inferior people, religious people, would have their lives in their hands. Second, they also don’t want the idea of having their one-shot life curtailed. Even living in prison is better than nothingness.

Armband atheists have an awful lot of control issues, and that nagging fear that if they’re wrong, the misery they suffer after life is going to be a lot worse than the misery they suffer during life.


41 posted on 11/18/2008 8:13:41 PM PST by yefragetuwrabrumuy
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I suggest the Washington Compost stick with figuring out why it continues to lose readers.

http://www.washingtonian.com/blogarticles/mediapolitics/capitalcomment/4400.html


42 posted on 11/18/2008 8:16:55 PM PST by taxesareforever (Quick justice for the senseless killing of Marine Lance Cpl. Robert Crutchfield.)
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