Skip to comments.Ingraham Nails Pitiful Rangel
Posted on 08/18/2011 9:54:24 PM PDT by LALALAW
Laura Ingraham vs. Charlie Rangel - smack down debate - The Factor - 8-18-11
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my complete answer speaks for itself, as does your opinion stand on its own. i think that will do.
I’m sorry, but don’t understand a word of the rest of your answer. I pulled out and quoted the part that is very clear.
Do you have anything you would like to add to it, or can you rework the other stuff you wrote in some other way of putting it, perhaps that might clarify it?
And feel free to add any thing else you’d like to address in what I have said. Or about the pluses and minuses of promoting adoption by Murphy Browns.
I’m sorry if you have reading comprehension issues but my answer was clear and understood by others on this thread. I have no interest in arguing with you.
Laura Ingraham is a faith filled devout Catholic endeavoring to do Gods will. I applaud how she’s chosen to serve Him.
Words do have meaning.
In your case, they are decoupled from anything remotely resembling rational thought.
Laura got jilted while dealing with Cancer. And remained faithful, despite those difficult circumstances.
I guess you were sleeping this Sunday past.
Gospel Mt 15:21-28 At that time, Jesus withdrew to the region of Tyre and Sidon. And behold, a Canaanite woman of that district came and called out, Have pity on me, Lord, Son of David! My daughter is tormented by a demon. But Jesus did not say a word in answer to her. Jesus disciples came and asked him, Send her away, for she keeps calling out after us. He said in reply, I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel. But the woman came and did Jesus homage, saying, Lord, help me. He said in reply, It is not right to take the food of the children and throw it to the dogs. She said, Please, Lord, for even the dogs eat the scraps that fall from the table of their masters. Then Jesus said to her in reply, O woman, great is your faith! Let it be done for you as you wish. And the womans daughter was healed from that hour.
As a example of a conservative Murphy Brown she’s a bad example. What so hard about finding a husband and father if she is so wealthy and educated?
I blame the Voting Rights Act. Here’s some probably liberal thoughts about it, though even liberals can’t hide that the whole concept was racist to the core: http://www.nationalaffairs.com/publications/detail/redistricting-race-and-the-voting-rights-act
So your religious impulse drives you to end with “STFU”?
Wonderful, oh thank all the saints and angels! /sarc
Clearly my words do sting you. But how do you react?
Is that yet another great example of modern Catholic mores?
What if it’s Gods will that she remain single? He has a plan for each of us, and it’s incumbent upon the faithful to seek His will. Single, celibate nuns have raised children in orphanages for eons, doing Gods will. She didn’t seek a sperm donor to create new children to mother, she took on the unwanted.
Twenty years ago I was contracting in DC at that five-sided building. One of the strangest things I encountered there, among a number of strange social behaviors, was that the well-heeled young professionals were putting off marriage indefinitely, and instead charting a single life trajectory, but also adopting children.
Marriage takes an effort. Finding a spouse takes an effort. These people, I saw, were too selfish and afraid of failure to make the effort.
I live in nova and work in dc, I know precisely the types you are referring to. I do not believe Laura fits that description. She was committed to someone she was to marry. He callously jilted her while she was undergoing chemotherapy. She appears not to have met anyone else to make a life with. Knowing she is a faithful Catholic to whom her faith is important, it’s likely that after prayerful consideration she’s felt led to do this. You presume selfish shallow motivations. Taking what we know of her life, ideology, devotion to religious precepts, I see her motivations differently. Let God be the judge.
So, enlighten us...Which are your mores?
Your JUDGING others, is what stings. Because any Christian realizes that's God's domain.
Or are you Him?
Sting me? You're joking right? Arguing with you invokes the same feeling as my dog pooping on the carpet. I cant blame him for not knowing better.
And I take no delight in rubbing his face in it.
However necessary it may be....
PS. Aside from hanging you hat on my predisposition to treating you like the vulgarian you act like,
Enlighten us as to why the Reading from this Sunday does not expose you for the self righteous charlatan that you are ?
G-d put us in this world to judge it for the good. Judge others as you judge yourself.
No. God put us here to trust in God. Judge others in your dealings, as you judge yourself.
In this case, It’s Magdelenelic.
You’re denying the given example of someone who came to, and kept with the faith despite less than optimal circumstances.
AFAIK, thats a good example.
I don’t think so. I do not think G-d put us here to trust in him. He places our souls into this existence so together, body and soul, we can do something very good. And that is judging ourselves and others for the good. It is NOT an easy thing to do, but the struggle to do it improves the soul and world.
I’ll put it this way. In this small body of discussion, you’ve gone two ways...judgmental and uncharitable.
Not exactly my style, but...I’ll leave that for you to consider and the worthiness of the two positions, for others to decide.
It’s most uncharitable to allow a bad example be called a great example. Let the good examples be real, and let them be good. Everyone knows people have good and bad parts in what they do.
Murphy Brown, the fictional single mom, was made famous and celebrated as a great example of a modern liberated woman.
Well, that fictional example did a whole lot of bad.
Real bad. Today 40% of kids are born Dad-less.
After reviewing my memory, I realized that it was thirty years ago ... time marches on. So you still see the same kind of thing? I would not be surprised.
Many calamities are upon us in this current era. Two of the worst are “baby moms” and the bold pervasive culture of sex outside of marriage. But worse than those two is a related one:
The Dad-less children. The children growing up in sub-cultures such as young professional DC, or the urban black neighborhoods where functioning solid marriages, Dads married to Moms, are rare or unknown. These children, these preteens, these teens hit sperm-and-ova age having NO IDEA what whole families are, what “Dad and Mom” means.
What a crass display of UN-Christian like posts.