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Clinton Honors Graham at Final Revival (I'm so Confused)
Yahoo, AP ^ | June 26, 2005 | RACHEL ZOLL

Posted on 06/26/2005 9:17:36 AM PDT by AZConcervative

As his final American revival meeting continued Saturday, a fragile Billy Graham was met onstage by former President Clinton, who honored the evangelist, calling him "a man I love."

Clinton spoke briefly before Graham's sermon and recalled how the man known as America's pastor had refused to preach before a segregated audience in Arkansas decades ago when that state was in a bitter fight over school desegregation.

"I was just a little boy and I'll never forget it," said Clinton, who was joined by his wife, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton. "I've loved him ever since. God bless you, friend."

Graham called the Clintons "wonderful friends" and "a great couple," quipping that the former president should become an evangelist and allow "his wife to run the country."

Graham, 86, then launched into a short sermon that was interrupted by applause five times. Organizers estimated 80,000 people had come to the crusade at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens — about 20,000 more than the opening night Friday. The rally ends Sunday.

The evangelist is suffering from fluid on the brain, prostate cancer and Parkinson's disease. He uses the walker due to a pelvic fracture and is largely confined to his home in Montreat, N.C. He had said previously that the rally "will be the last in America, I'm sure."

Despite his many ailments, he spoke strongly for about 15 minutes, in an address meant to appeal to young people. He peppered his speech with pop-culture references from Madonna to Bono to MTV. He wove a parable about bad decision-making from the plot of "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith," in which Anakin Skywalker becomes the villain Darth Vader.

"The decisions you make tonight will effect your whole future and your eternal future," he said, before inviting people forward to accept Christ.

Graham's son and successor, the Rev. Franklin Graham, sat nearby, ready to finish the speech in case his father could not. But Franklin Graham was needed only to help his father move onstage.

Seats began filling hours before the event began, as temperatures reached into the 90s. Speakers repeatedly encouraged people in the audience to drink water to avoid fainting. Graham waited to go on in an air-conditioned tent, with aides nearby in case of a medical emergency, and the stage was shaded by a massive canopy.

Graham's pulpit has a movable seat hidden from view, so he can sit if he feels unsteady. He used the seat Saturday only after he finished his sermon.

Graham is considering a request to hold a rally in November in London, but Franklin Graham said his father no longer adjusts well to time zone changes and does not like to be away from his wife, Ruth, who is also in ill health.

Graham has preached to more than 210 million people in 185 countries. He has been sought out by U.S. presidents and leaders worldwide and, more than any other religious figure, has come to represent the American evangelical movement.

Marie St. Louis, 34, who came to the event hours early Saturday with friends and family from her New York church, called the rally "bittersweet" because it was Graham's last in the United States.

"It's sad because he's such a legend," St. Louis said. "When you think of Billy Graham, you think of a lot of things a Christian


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To: linkinpunk
Does Billy Graham have dementia?

No. He has a much more serious disease: Deneedtobelovedbyeveryone. It's what you catch when you leave Bible truths for man's praise.

51 posted on 06/26/2005 9:54:53 AM PDT by small voice in the wilderness (Quick, act casual. If they sense scorn and ridicule, they'll flee..)
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To: Theodore R.
It gets worse. When he was running for President, the membership board of the LR Country Club allowed one Black person to join. Clinton must have applied some political pressure, LOL. I heard the well to do Black Gentleman resigned his exclusive ($$$$$) membership.

Can't say I blame him.

sw

52 posted on 06/26/2005 9:55:19 AM PDT by spectre (Spectre's wife)
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To: Theodore R.

I should have read your #28 before making my post, anyway no harm in emphasizing the fact.


53 posted on 06/26/2005 9:55:37 AM PDT by christabel
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To: Theodore R.

I believe that the daughter Anne is also very conservative.


54 posted on 06/26/2005 9:56:34 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ('We voted like we prayed")
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To: Theodore R.

I've always heard that Billy Graham was a Democrat, so I doubt he'd be supporting McCain.


55 posted on 06/26/2005 9:57:55 AM PDT by eddie65
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To: Theodore R.

Franklin Graham was on hannity & Combs, and said that his father was a dem. and he was a rep.


56 posted on 06/26/2005 9:58:30 AM PDT by jincarolina
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To: pollyannaish
"Like going to a movie and having to sit through a liberal lecture when you just wanted to enjoy it."

Exactly! If they wanted to attend and hear the sermon fine, Jeez I wish to God they would just go away! If for a minute I thought they believed in the Gospel of Christ this would be tolerable and I hope they do, but "by their fruits ye shall know them". Thanks polly for the kind words.
57 posted on 06/26/2005 9:59:39 AM PDT by poobear (Imagine a world of liberal silence.)
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To: The Lumster
Your screen name is apropos

Yes, it is. Ha! Just ask anyone in my life. I try my best to think the best of people. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. Just don't call me naive, because it's a choice of how I wanted to approach the world. It's worked out pretty well for me.

So here's my response: I think that you are right that Graham has cozied up to many people of ill repute. But didn't Jesus get criticized for exactly the same thing? Do BG think he's sold out sometimes, honestly, I don't know, because I'm not behind the scenes.

For me, it's just two separate issues. And I still find B & H icky. On ALL levels. But I fear that is not particularly good outreach.

58 posted on 06/26/2005 10:01:07 AM PDT by pollyannaish
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To: Texas Songwriter

No...he likely preached at all 40 black churches that didn't burn when Clinton was a child. He was also there when Clinton made first contact with aliens and took his vow of chastity.


59 posted on 06/26/2005 10:02:11 AM PDT by George Stupidnopolis
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To: Theodore R.
The idea of the President "running the country" began, I assume, with popular NY Democrat FDR. Or was it later?

I don't really know.

60 posted on 06/26/2005 10:03:39 AM PDT by kennyo
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To: OldFriend
I don't know. I judge BG words in a different context than a politician. I also absolutely do not trust the press. And I do think the Clintons need to be saved. So...I still don't know. I just give evangelists in New York a very big benefit of the doubt. Is that the same as defending?
61 posted on 06/26/2005 10:05:56 AM PDT by pollyannaish
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To: AZConcervative

I think Graham is a good man but like all people he sometimes says something wrong, this time it was not only wrong but evil.


62 posted on 06/26/2005 10:06:40 AM PDT by yarddog
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To: small voice in the wilderness

Good point, it's part of the Popularity Cult in America today. But Jeremiah or Jonah or Paul would have repudiated "popularity." The Bible says that we cannot be all things to all men. It says that we should shun popularity. We cannot be popular and do the right thing.


63 posted on 06/26/2005 10:07:02 AM PDT by Theodore R. (Cowardice is forever!)
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To: eddie65

Billy has long said that he is a "registered" NC Democrat, but he says he votes "the man," not the party. For years, even Jesse Helms believed that Graham was supporting his Senate campaigns, but was he?


64 posted on 06/26/2005 10:10:06 AM PDT by Theodore R. (Cowardice is forever!)
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To: Theodore R.
Do you recall that Billy also defended Clinton in the Lewinsky scandal, saying that the then President had "such a way with the ladies," or some such nonsense? He has been close to all incumbent Presidents since Eisenhower. And he would have been close to Dole too if Dole had made a serious effort and been elected.

Billy Graham is/was a man of religious and so political prominense. HE was sought out by many with political ambitions. Very early in his career, he was to meet with a president, Eisenhower I think. He did a photo op of kneeling on the White House lawn to pray, and it came back to bite in in the a**. Since then, he's avoided overt public attention with politicians. It doesn't mean he's avoided them, he just learned not to be in the spotlight with them.

Every president has had their "spiritual advisors", and Billy has been to a number of them. Bill Clinton asked Billy, but Billy graciously declined. I would say for a few reasons, though I don't really know. 1-Bill Clinton wanted to be associated with the most well known and respected christian in America, if not the world. Billy Graham would have given Clinton legitamacy. 2-Clinton wasn't sincere in his seeking of spiritual guidance. 3-Age. Billy was feeling old, and felt others could do just as well "advise" Clinton.

As far as point 1 goes. Bill Clinton had at least 2 "spiritual advisors" that I know of, 3 if you count the Rearend Jessie Jackson, but I don't. 1-was Tony Campollo a fairly popular pastor, with some pretty liberal leanings. religously, therefore politically. And 2-Bill Hybels, pastor of the largest, or one of the largest churches in the US. Though Hybels wanted to keep the association low key, and for the most part succeded. Clinton still used the assocation to his benefit, to give him credibility.

Billy Graham is now a very old man. The fire that is left in him, he wants to use for important issues. Though politics are important, politics only affect some, and only affect the present. Billy's message affects eternity for everyone. So he chooses the most important battle to use his energy.

Why was Clinton at a Billy Graham crusade? I have no clue. I would have laughed at him and kicked him in the a** on the way out. (better yet, kicked his wife in the a** on the way out) But the Grahams are extremely gracious people. Also, why not USE Clinton for your purposes, like he uses others? What better way to draw non-christians to an event, than to have the most beloved president to non-christians, speek at the event. Knowing that BJC isn't going to say anything damaging at the event. At least nothing that can truely damage the gospel.

Besides, when the spawn of Satan is the senator of New York, why not use Satan against Satan?

65 posted on 06/26/2005 10:19:41 AM PDT by mountn man (Everyone brings joy into a room. Some when they enter. Others when they leave)
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To: small voice in the wilderness
Politics aside for the moment.....I saw Billy at a mammoth crusade in Chicago more years ago than I care to remember. He was youngish and at the height of his preaching power.

Perched up in nosebleed territory, I was in a good position to watch the multitudes below. You cannot believe the hypnotic sway Graham could induce in a crowd while he spoke. Not a noise could be heard. He was riveting. I am not a person who tends to exaggerate. I had gone to the crusade event as a slightly cynical observer.

Perhaps other freepers who saw him decades ago can bear me out. It was almost unbelievable. I doubt if we'll ever see the likes of Billy Graham again.

Back to politics......Hillary and Bill's skilled operatives can use video shots and sound bites of their appearance with Graham in the next presidential campaign. Their appearance with the preacher will certainly soften their images (if even slightly) in the bible belts of the country. Not good.

The Clintons continually create situations (such as this one) and then find ways to turn the situations to their advantage in elections.

Remember, the Democrat party has always been a party of coalitions. The Clintons know how to mine pockets of votes no matter how small (read the felon vote, for example). Then they add the small pockets to the whole.

I agree with you, small voice. I've always felt that Billy suffered from the same disease you mentioned (to be loved and admired) that afflicts both GHWB and GWB to a degree I find uncomfortable at times.

Leni

66 posted on 06/26/2005 10:23:48 AM PDT by MinuteGal (Florida Freepers: Check out the Florida Forum. Click the Florida Flag on Your Profile Page)
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To: AZConcervative
"Somebody please explain this to me. How could Billy Graham think these things about two such self centered people. The exact opposite of what Christians should be."

"The evangelist is suffering from fluid on the brain" - that's what did it!!!

68 posted on 06/26/2005 10:27:37 AM PDT by LADY J
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To: AZConcervative

I think in the long run, Franklin, must take as much responsibility as Graham himself. His father is at this point in life a symbol as much as anything. He should not allow him to be used by those as low as the Clintons. The problem is that there is some history that indicates that Billy has allowed himself to be used by politicians in the past. This does not bode well for the future of Graham's ministry under Franklin's direction. And as disheartening as this incident is for those of faith, the pastor of the largest church in America appeared on Larry King Live this past week. And I encourage anyone to read the transcript, and point out where there pastor gave anything amounting to a public testament to Jesus Christ and his saving grace.


69 posted on 06/26/2005 10:27:54 AM PDT by Biblebelter
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To: AZConcervative

not a surprise. Graham compromises truth for popularity.


70 posted on 06/26/2005 10:31:25 AM PDT by Sloth (History's greatest monsters: Hitler, Stalin, Mao & Durbin)
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To: Biblebelter

You are talking about that Houston nondenominational minister, whose name I have forgotten. That young man was shamelessly pandering to the uregenerate, and I watched only a few minutes of the interview. I could not stand it. The Bible addresses that young man in several respects.


71 posted on 06/26/2005 10:35:10 AM PDT by Theodore R. (Cowardice is forever!)
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To: Theodore R.

No, he spoke the truth and got his head served on a platter.


72 posted on 06/26/2005 10:38:01 AM PDT by petitfour
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To: mountn man
That was Truman that was so angered by Billy praying for the pre ss on the WH lawn, that he would never let him back in.

Dr. Graham led Ike to the Lord just before he took office, and if I am right he was baptized after the inauguration.
73 posted on 06/26/2005 10:38:57 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ('We voted like we prayed")
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To: pollyannaish

"But didn't Jesus get criticized for exactly the same thing"

No he didn't. Jesus was harshly critical of the apostate religious and political leaders of his day. He pulled no punches, calling them snakes, vipers, sons of Satan, heretics, and murderers.

The truth is always a good outreach.


74 posted on 06/26/2005 10:44:54 AM PDT by The Lumster
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To: christabel

SIN is what killed Jesus.


75 posted on 06/26/2005 10:45:28 AM PDT by Coldwater Creek ('We voted like we prayed")
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To: AZConcervative

Billy Grahmam is in his dottage and has been for about ten years. When I was a child I was taught to excuse senile behavior for the sake of what the person once was and will do so now.


77 posted on 06/26/2005 10:58:52 AM PDT by thathamiltonwoman
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To: thathamiltonwoman

Suggest y'all drop a line (like I did) to www.billygraham.org. I let 'em know how I felt. Was hard too. My Pastor's brother is Dr. Corts, BG's E-VP for 40 years. My Dentist is a good guy named Dr. Lotz (Ruth Lotz-Graham's husband).


78 posted on 06/26/2005 11:03:32 AM PDT by Swanks
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To: The Lumster
True. And I totally agree that truth is always good outreach. There is much to much pandering in the world. It would be interesting to see what Jesus would say to them if he was face to face with them!

FWIW, I'm not a big follower of BG, so I don't know a lot about him. But there is one thing that I appreciate about BG—and that is how carefully he has lived his personal life (from what I know) and his emphasis on Jesus instead of money. That imho is admirable.

And I will not let idiots like the Clintons separate all of us politically! So I just tend to let a lot of this "social niceties" stuff wash right over me and save my outrage for bigger things. I have to pick my battles because I don't have enough energy to expend on it all. Perhaps I'm wrong. Some people think that makes me an idiot. Who knows.

Anyway, I'm off to take care of responsibilities. Nice talking to you and hope you have a terrific day.

79 posted on 06/26/2005 11:05:54 AM PDT by pollyannaish
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To: OldFriend

I am with you 100% on Billy Graham -- his son has always struck me as being much more conservative than his Father. But then I have never been much into Billy Graham crusades or others -- mostly leave me cold. His statements on the Clintons showed me that my instincts that he was not a conservative were right.


80 posted on 06/26/2005 11:14:15 AM PDT by PhiKapMom (AOII Mom -- J.C. for OK Governor; Allen in 2008)
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To: PhiKapMom
Franklyn Graham got into big time trouble following 9/11 when he made true comments about islam.

Perhaps,he, like the new Pope will not be intimidated by the politically correct.

81 posted on 06/26/2005 11:16:25 AM PDT by OldFriend (AMERICAN WARS SET MEN FREE)
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To: The_Media_never_lie
Not to excuse his poor choice of company, but I didn't read this as Graham's endorsement for Hillary 2008.

Really? That isn't how the MSM are touting it. Rev. Graham gave them every excuse to use that photo op and statement in a future campaign----and you can be damned sure the Liberals use it.

82 posted on 06/26/2005 11:40:55 AM PDT by SkyPilot
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To: AZConcervative
Graham called the Clintons "wonderful friends" and "a great couple," quipping that the former president should become an evangelist and allow "his wife to run the country."

Mr. Graham just lost the respect of a lifetime of good work.

83 posted on 06/26/2005 11:48:56 AM PDT by RJL
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To: Theodore R.
Also, Graham probably knows how liberal NY people are, and he wanted to plug Hillary to get them to be more receptive to his preaching.

That's pretty crass, if true. Do you really think he's that cynical?

84 posted on 06/26/2005 11:49:54 AM PDT by highball ("I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have." -- Thomas Jefferson)
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To: AZConcervative

Billy Graham - WTH - false prophet??? - crusading for what??? - getting Hillary re-elected as president???


85 posted on 06/26/2005 11:54:42 AM PDT by everlast
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To: Theodore R.

Democrats put money in the plate too.;)


86 posted on 06/26/2005 11:55:15 AM PDT by pepperhead (Kennedy's float, Mary Jo's don't!)
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To: AZConcervative
Graham called the Clintons "wonderful friends" and "a great couple," quipping that the former president should become an evangelist and allow "his wife to run the country."

The evangelist is suffering from fluid on the brain...

Is there a correspondence?

87 posted on 06/26/2005 12:17:05 PM PDT by streetpreacher (If at the end of the day, 100% of both sides are not angry with me, I've failed.)
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To: OldFriend

Don't you know that Graham is the infallible Evangelical Pope?


88 posted on 06/26/2005 12:22:18 PM PDT by streetpreacher (If at the end of the day, 100% of both sides are not angry with me, I've failed.)
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To: streetpreacher

He has been called the "Protestant pope," but at one time at least many Baptists rejected the term "Protestant" in reference to themselves.


89 posted on 06/26/2005 12:33:35 PM PDT by Theodore R. (Cowardice is forever!)
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To: Theodore R.

Well, I guess they'd have to; after all, to whom and what do they "protest"?


90 posted on 06/26/2005 12:37:24 PM PDT by streetpreacher (If at the end of the day, 100% of both sides are not angry with me, I've failed.)
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To: pollyannaish
When you hear statements like these quoted, I think that they are a misrepresentation of Grahams effort to stay away from the political, while still ministering to people who truly need the message.

I agree with you, and I can't justify the 'recommendations' to the Clintons. I remember years ago when Dr. Graham appeared on the old "Jack Paar's Tonight Show", Paar asked him what his followers thought of him associating with someone like him? Graham replied, that 'Jesus didn't come to minister to the saved; He came to seek and save the lost.' I've always tried to give BG the benefit of the doubt when I've seen him with people of questionable character.

When my children were young and I felt they needed to evaluate some of their friends, I always referred them to 1 Cor. 15:33 ... Do not be misled. "Bad company corrupts good character." I plan to use this with my grandchildren when they are older, and it could serve some adults well too. I don't think Billy Graham's character has been corrupted, but when he promotes people with bad character, it sends the wrong message to others. I hope he was trying to find something kind to say, and simply misspoke.

91 posted on 06/26/2005 12:38:23 PM PDT by PeskyOne
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To: AZConcervative; Theodore R.
I don't remember that.

I do - I've been looking for a source to link back too, but I clearly remember Graham placing all the blame on the women - he couldn't even manage to fault Clinton for his lack of self-control. I lost all respect for him then.

92 posted on 06/26/2005 12:44:03 PM PDT by nina0113
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To: nina0113
I heard Graham say that the women just threw themselves at billclinton because he was sooo good looking.

There was an immediate outcry. A lame apology. Evidently low friends in high places feed Graham's ego.

93 posted on 06/26/2005 12:55:12 PM PDT by OldFriend (AMERICAN WARS SET MEN FREE)
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To: AZConcervative
Graham called the Clintons "wonderful friends" and "a great couple," quipping that the former president should become an evangelist and allow "his wife to run the country."

Beware of quotes which are clipped and which may have been taken out of context. Journalists do this all the time. We would have to see the complete sentences to know what Graham really meant and said.

That being said, Graham never spoke out against Clinton's crimes. I did not respect him for that. I'm glad he's won many to the Lord, but I never really trusted his politics.

I wouldn't be surprised if Graham was a socialist.

94 posted on 06/26/2005 1:00:03 PM PDT by what's up
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To: PeskyOne
Me too. There is no doubt that bad company corrupts all of us us. What we don't know is the nature of the Graham/Clinton relationship. If they are buddies, I am worried. If they are part of his mission, that is different.

I just wonder if those statements don't come from a man from another generation that does not see the world through purely political eyes. It may not have been a reference to her running the country as a future president but a hat tip to her current position as a US senator and an acknowledgment of his ability to speak well.

In any case, I don't think it really matters. I doubt that most people are going to be swayed by a passing comment like this. If BG endorses Hillary for president once she announces, then I will be very upset. Until then, I'll just give him the benefit of the doubt.

I do wish that the Clintons hadn't been there. While I do not automatically doubt BG's motives, I always, without question, doubt their's. And I know that it really ruined it for many people who were just looking to hear the Word.

95 posted on 06/26/2005 1:37:43 PM PDT by pollyannaish
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To: AZConcervative
I too, was in Arkansas when Billy Graham refused to preach before a segregated audience.

Honest.(-:

96 posted on 06/26/2005 1:43:18 PM PDT by 4.1O dana super trac pak (Stop the open borders death cult)
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To: Biblebelter
Maybe Graham said "Get behind me Bubba", and it was not reported in the press.

ROFLMAO. Again, I have to remind myself not to eat and FReep. I almost choked.

97 posted on 06/26/2005 1:48:15 PM PDT by radiohead
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To: mewzilla
Did the Grahams invite Bubba?

No cause for alarm. Billy Grahams wife Ruth wasn't there. No harm done.

98 posted on 06/26/2005 2:34:07 PM PDT by boothead
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To: skip_intro

It's just another photo op to help get him back into the white house. clinton is still clinton.


99 posted on 06/26/2005 2:36:33 PM PDT by ampat
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To: PeskyOne
I did not know that Graham once appeared with Jack Paar -- a good quote there. I do know that Nixon may have been the common bond between Graham and Paar. Do you recall Graham appeared at least once on a segment of the old Jack Benny Program?
100 posted on 06/26/2005 3:18:22 PM PDT by Theodore R. (Cowardice is forever!)
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