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Posted on 08/20/2012 6:14:29 AM PDT by Jim RobinsonEdited on 08/20/2012 6:23:21 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
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Sarah called this one right ~ the rest of the Republican party failed to check out their candidate, then, when he barely won they began imagining all his opponents were Obama supporters. There's the religion angle as well ~ he sounds like he belongs to one of those 'cults' ~ Primitive Baptist or something like that (/s)
Lot of folks on FR and at that convention have never experienced an East Coast hurricane, but they are NOT NICE.
It will be ON TOP OF THE convention center Monday Afternoon. That will be followed by Tropical Depression 10.
The folks who came up with the idea of doing SE conventions in late August are IGNANT ~ and some of them imagine they are masters of politics and the internal affairs of the RNC and the DNC.
This was all very predictable.
As a 8 term GOP guy, the GOP knew exactly who and what he was/is. He was acceptable all those loyal years. But with a less than conservative man atop the ticket, I submit his 97% conservative voting record was incompatable with the incoming management. The gaffe made it pallatable to replace him with a person more in tune with the ‘new way’. Never in history has the GOP so rapidly turned on such a man.
I totally agree he hosed the pooch in high style. But many lesser Pubs have dome far worse. And with his election being such an important ‘win’ for the home team, their bussing of his butt carries the stench of bad fish.
Again. Romney’s history is pathetic compared to Alin. Pathetic. Yet the GOP will defy their base and all evidence to back him.
Speaks volumes as to their ultimate intentions.
Edit - 6 term gop guy...my bad.
If he wasn’t listening, he’d have continued on with that throughout the debates AND Ryan.
Buy a clue.
you figgered me out you sly dog!
Now just WHY would a MORMON think a thing like that???
...the presidential campaign of Mormon Church founder Joseph Smith in 1844: Challenging Democrat James Polk and Whig Henry Clay, Smith prophesied that if the U.S. Congress did not accede to his demands that they shall be broken up as a government and God shall damn them.
Smith viewed capturing the presidency as part of the mission of the church.
Then they must have been some REALLY good words!
...those words are probably still available. Got a name we can search on?
Who we Hoosiers sent packing for home this year!
Uh... whereever that 'home' happened to be.
Your response tells me everything I need to know about you.
Perhaps my questions were a bit pointed, but they were sincere.
Are you trying to advance the cause of the Gospel? And how are you doing so? How do you square up your comments with Paul and Peter’s commands from Jesus that we do so in a spirit of gentleness?
You can oppose Romney; that’s fine. You may well have good reasons to do so, and I can agree with most of them, even if my conclusion is different.
But your TONE is that of a liberal parody of Christians.
However, the vet said that due to the drought, high levels of estrogen in the foilage she'd been eating caused a type of false pregnancy.
Just milk her down and she'll be fine.
(I wish I'd known you could teach a goat tricks before I spoiled them rotten...)
Imagine for a moment that Richard Lugar had financial sponsors who could keep him in office forever, or until he turned into a drooler.
Well, he did. And those same interests could take the Indiana Democrat party and make them run a succession of folks like Birch Bayh and his son Evan Bayh who, if not Conservative, were normal people.
Excluding the Eastern European commie corps in Cleveland, Ohio has a similar situation.
Think of Romney for a moment ~ Kenosha Wisconsin ~ think of Ryan a moment ~ Kenosha Wisconsin ~ think of Walker a moment ~ Kenosha Wisconsin ~ think of Goldwater a second - Kenosha Wisconsin ~ think of Ford a second ~ Kenosha Wisconsin ~ and Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Toledo, Columbus, Louisville, St. Louis, etc. et al ad nauseum. The old wealth of the lower and Central Midwest is substantial and in the hands of Republicans who still imagine they must be careful or the Democrats might be offended.
I said KENOSHA because you can make a direct historic or financial or investment link directly to interests there or who own "there".
There are some bright spots in the Midwest. At the same time some of the bright spots are actually tools of the old money families ~ the coupon clippers ~ and they own the RNC so it'll be a bit difficult to purge them, although I think that is possible. They've let us down so many times ~ Landon, Willkie, ....... McCain.... a long string of mostly losers ~ a few bright spots in that list of winners who came from elsewhere and had special backing!
Somewhere around here. Might stop by once he gets back from his vacation.
I hope one bite won't turn me into a coprophile!
I can see the New Partie's mascot now...
Vote for Dung!
He really gives a sh|+
Somebody should have pulled his credentials right then.
Will I get de-loused before or after I get that shower you promised me?
Good! So STOP asking and giving me what YOU interpret my TONE as! YOU KNOW EVERYTHING!! And pride is the beginning of it all!
“True. 100%. But my point is that F&B is all but vanished and the result is a faith filled with and largely ruled by liberal, not Christian dogma.”
True. I’ve spent the last year dealing with that. The ‘teddy bear God’ concept is one of the biggest threats to the Church today.
“Again, it goes back to my point about actual belief. How can a person call themselves a christian while adopting, accepting, excusing and/or promoting non-christian teachings? No, there does not have to be 24/7 prostelyzing about it, but there is little. And when it does rear its head, as we see on this and like threads, everyone gets POd offended and shocked.”
Also true. I think that the issue is that many times the Christian post tends to have a high and mighty tone to it. Or a high and mighty tone can be inferred. People don’t like being talked down at. And after all the religion arguments that have gone on in this thread and threads like them, it’s very hard not to see the Christians posting as being the ones talking down to those opposed to them.
Especially online, it’s very difficult to be firm in the Word, and also to preach in a spirit of gentleness and not strife and anger, because vocal tones don’t get across very well. And I admit, sometimes it’s really easy to get angry at someone and dash off an ill-thought-out response.
Anyways, I think that’s one big reason why Christian posters don’t tend to be very well-received.
“One either believes in the Bible or they do not. It reminds me of the 2nd amendment and liberals. They love the Constitution...except for ......
Many so called christians are exactly the same way. They shy away from things like Leviticus because its embarrassing for them. People will think they are some whacked out fundie! How christian is that? Thats cowardice. Thats denying God to his face.”
What we need to do is to read the Bible on a deeper level than what’s superficial. It’s the surface-only reading of the Bible that’s causing so much strife nowadays, or worse, trying to read one’s own agenda into Scripture.