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These are the same lowlifes who gave Rev. Wright a pass? Oh yeah, no bias there.
Have they visited Trinity United yet?
They are bottom feeders aren’t they? Can’t get much lower than visiting a church to obtain gossip.
Is Jodi offering large enough bribes sufficient to bring out some really juicy lies?
There are no depths from which these people can ascend.
Billy likes soda! Miss Lippy’s car is green!
Seriously, I have more respect for a steamy turd than I do these parasites.
Maybe they should go to Rev. Wright’s church and see who murdered the multiple gay men execution style in 2008.
Well, at least they haven’t burned it down (yet) with women and children still inside, like they did to Governor Sarah Palin. Of course, the campaign’s not over...
We don't call it the New York Slimes for no reason!
I can promise one thing. It won’t be easy for any reporter or anyone else to get into that Temple.
So, when is Harry Reid going to call them on this type of crap? Never? So when is the President of the LDS going to excommunicate Reid? Never?
Is this one of the reporters the NY Times sent to Jeremiah Wright's church to dig up dirt on Ubama back in '08?
What kind OF 'DIRT'?
On the attendees or the religion itself?
Recently New York Times journalist Jodi Kantor went to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint chapel where Mitt Romney goes to services to interview members about what he is like. As a typical liberal journalist she went to find dirt on Romney. What she found was quite different than what she expected.
In an interview with MSNBCs Thomas Roberts, Kantor revealed, One of the most interesting (things about the Mormons and Mitt Romney) is the belief in American exceptionalism. Every political candidate goes out on the trail and unfurls his or her patriotism, right? But Mitt Romneys is a little bit different because Mormons actually believe that God had a plan for the United States. That the country is sort of divinely inspired, that the Constitution is divinely inspired, that our country is marked by God to play a unique role in history.
Kantor said the only problem the LDS Church members who know Romney well had with him, were that his political attacks go against what he taught in church. But what they dont understand is about the story in their Book of Mormon where one nation divided in two, thousands of years ago. The first nation, the Nephites, were the righteous people. The second nation, the Lamanites, were the unrighteous. The Nephites felt no obligation to be nice to the Lamanites as the Lamanites swore to kill the Nephites and take their property. In the Book of Mormon, Alma 43:30 reads: And he also knowing that it was the only desire of the Nephites to preserve their lands, and their liberty, and their church, therefore he thought it no sin that he should defend them by stratagem; therefore, he found by his spies which course the Lamanites were to take.
Today, even though we are in one nation, we are generally divided in two contending factions. We are in a cultural war. Being too nice to our enemies, even our temporary enemies, can cause us to become complacent with the little progress we may make. We must keep in mind that our cultural enemies never sleep. They are skeeming all the time.
Remember the enemy is nice only for some devious end. If we dont fight we lose the battles and we are the worse off for it.
Republicans, conservatives and fellow travelers all need to grow more of a political and spiritual backbone. If we dont, like the Nephites, we will become like our enemies and be destroyed one way or another for our trouble. In other words, stop worrying so much about offending our enemies. God will forgive us. Now let us get on and fight.