Posts by jdluntjr

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  • Iran’s top general warns of “crushing response” to attacks [...increases global warming.]

    04/16/2006 8:13:01 PM PDT · 25 of 29
    jdluntjr to rageaholic

    All Iran was really able to manage with Iraq was a standoff. We whipped the Iraqis quickly. I don't think they would last very long

    Our first squadron of F22s are available and would guarantee air dominance almost immediately. They can also fly through Iraqi air defenses at will (more stealth than F117). The B2 won't be stopped by their air defenses.
    From the air we can control them at will.

    We have forces to their east, to their west and our Navy is to their south. Again, we control the chess board.

    I suspect that if we attack, it will not be an invasion, but it also is not likely to be limited to nuclear capability. I suspect any attack will result in destruction of their missile sites, air force bases, runways, naval facilities and ships, etc. In other words we won't let them retalitate by striking ships in the Gulf of Hormuz.

  • The PC Inquisition Comes TO Baylor University (You Can't Disagree With The Left In Texas Alert)

    04/06/2006 5:21:22 AM PDT · 14 of 22
    jdluntjr to Ichneumon

    Please. And Evolution has real basis. We've seen limited mutations, not anything on the scale that would bring us from single celled life to something as complex as human beings within the span that "geology" says we have. Even some proponents of evolution get this and they're trying to figure out a way. When you get most of your "evolution" pieces in place and can show us the development all they way up through the chain, then maybe you can say that's the only "scientific" explanation. Until then, give us a break. How many times has science been wrong before? Law of entropy is still in effect. You can't go from the simple to the complex without something - or someone- playing with it.

  • Colo. School Bans Flags Amid Protests - Principal Says Students Used Flags To Taunt Others

    04/01/2006 11:58:35 AM PST · 65 of 152
    jdluntjr to MineralMan

    You're right, using Old Glory to taunt others is wrong, but frankly flying and waving Mexican flags on US soil is a form of a taunt as well... what's good for the goose.

  • Mexican flag burned at Apache Junction HS

    03/31/2006 6:54:15 PM PST · 403 of 523
    jdluntjr to Tarantulas

    A link to the staff directory at the High school where you can email the principal

    A link to the county attorney for the county (probably the right one) the town straddles two counties, but this is the county that has the largest area of the town

    maybe we should let these folks know how we feel about this kid being arrested.

  • Unmanned Predator Kills Three Terrorists; Relative Turns in Suspect

    03/29/2006 7:24:24 PM PST · 42 of 47
    jdluntjr to bert

    Actually it is piloted by air force pilots. Generally those with fighter or ground attack experience.

  • Doomsday for Islam?

    03/28/2006 3:07:26 PM PST · 26 of 159
    jdluntjr to Redleg Duke

    A nuclear attack on a city would result in a nuclear strike somewhere against "responsible parties." Several nuclear attacks against US cities would probably result in a massive nuclear strike. One-regardless of who is in office, after that kind of devastation, any President who did not strike and strike in a devastating way would be forced out of office almost immediately.

    The American people after such a strike would result in an immediate declaration of war against islam. There was lit tle patience towards Islam after 9-11. How much more anger would fire up immediately after such an attack. I think you could say much of Islam would cease to exist. By the way, it's not just the immediate destructive areas of the blast, several nuclear strikes by the US against middle east targets would spread radioactivity throughout much of the region.

  • Armed Citizen: Ex-officer kills suspected burglar, wounds another man (TX)

    08/01/2005 8:41:50 PM PDT · 12 of 16
    jdluntjr to HChampagne

    The surviving perp will probably sue for damages.....
    Not in Texas...

  • China's Nuclear Option

    07/18/2005 3:15:16 PM PDT · 5 of 10
    jdluntjr to ezoeni

    I have no doubt that some in China, maybe the whole communist regime has designs to "push" the US out. They can try. We've stood against Hitler, the Soviets, Sadam and others. The Chinese think their hot stuff, their forces are inferior to Soviet arms and capabilities and the Soviet's capabilities were far behind ours. It just means that our continued vigilance is required. As for turning the US to radioactive rubble, he might want to re-think ahat... I can guarantee any attempt to strike a US city will result in the complete annihilation of mainland China.

  • What if India, China united?

    05/31/2005 2:48:33 PM PDT · 10 of 11
    jdluntjr to GSlob
    "Without worrying about a threat from India, China is free to consider expansionist policies including, but not limited to, a move against Taiwan." I get really tired of all the China's gonna move on Taiwan. Not for a while. They have a huge army. But unless they want to swim, that army has to move on ships. We rule the sea. Move against Taiwan and most of their army would be at the bottom of the ocean really quick. They know we've drawn a line in the sand. We have dealt with the Chinese before, if needed we'll do it again.
  • Unceremonious end to Army career: Outspoken general fights demotion (alleges Rumsfeld vendetta)

    05/31/2005 2:38:44 PM PDT · 95 of 115
    jdluntjr to The_Victor

    He's no longer in the military, so I suspect he can say anything he wants. Actually he's right. Rumsfield was wrong on a lot of counts. We lost good folks because we didn't have enough folks on the ground. I hope he writes the book. I'm a Bush supporter, but I think Rumsfeld has screwed thinbgs up royally.


    05/25/2005 7:12:17 PM PDT · 1 of 68
    Any suggestions about what we could do to challenge and have a little fun with this group????
  • Newsweek's Victims (MSM Lies Cost Lives)

    05/16/2005 4:10:11 PM PDT · 43 of 48
    jdluntjr to Wiseghy

    I believe that Newsweek's feet needs to be held to the fire. But I don't give a flip about the KORAN....Frankly, if it pisses them off, I'm all for it. They're whining that we don't respect their religion. I don't. They don't respect mine. Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and other islamic states routinely arrest, torture, imprison, or kill Christians. If they don't do it themselves, they let mobs from the mosques of this "peaceful" religion do it with no interference. The quicker we come to the conclusion that we will be at war with Islam and act accordingly the better. I'm thinking about buying a Koran myself and doing a little desecrating. Stop apologizing and tell the muslims to quit whining.

  • New York Student Sues High School for Prohibiting Pro-Life Shirt

    05/11/2005 3:22:47 PM PDT · 49 of 156
    jdluntjr to Semper

    Then it's time to stop pushing secular humanism and it's religion, EVOLUTION, on us.

    Please spare me the "It's fact..." Prove it. Science has yet to prove evolution. As a matter of fact, you can't prove a theory.... which is all it is and a pretty lousy one at that...

  • VA still seeking Vets exposed in Cold War Tests (Project 112/SHAD)

    04/17/2005 5:00:35 PM PDT · 51 of 52
    jdluntjr to Roy Wilson


  • Chavez Says US Plans To Kill Him

    02/20/2005 8:47:01 PM PST · 18 of 44
    jdluntjr to TBP
    If we were trying to kill him, he'd be gone already adn the people of Venezuela would be better off for it.

    Gee, should we try the exploding cigar thing again, or a B2 bomber..... heads it's the cigar, tales it's the bomber... That's it, one bomber it is then....

  • USS Jimmy Carter to Be Commissioned

    02/19/2005 9:21:21 PM PST · 69 of 70
    jdluntjr to oldfart
    I would have thought a better name, and one that would still bring back memories of Jimmy Carter, would be the USS Bugs Bunny!

    I protest.... you insult the rabbit.

  • USS Jimmy Carter to Be Commissioned

    02/19/2005 7:34:43 AM PST · 38 of 70
    jdluntjr to beyond the sea
    GROTON, Conn. Feb 19, 2005 — The USS Jimmy Carter enters the Navy's fleet as the most heavily armed submarine ever built, and as the last of the Seawolf class of attack subs that the Pentagon ordered during the Cold War's final years.

    That's interesting. I thought the Ohio class submarines were out most heavily armed submarines ever built. The seawolf class subs are attack boats. They can make you have a bad day. The Ohio class boats are Ballistic Missile subs, carrying 24 Trident missiles with multiple nuclear warheads, about 200 or so. They can destroy nations Figures the press would mess that up too.

  • LIVE Thread - X43-A Mach 10 Launch

    11/16/2004 2:45:51 PM PST · 95 of 139
    jdluntjr to ntryerson
    Waste of taxpayer money.


  • Prayer Request for My Mom's Heart Surgery (Update at #297 for new surgery)

    11/10/2004 2:01:43 PM PST · 93 of 366
    jdluntjr to DrewsDad

    Lord I pray for supernatural healing for Connie's body. Lord you are the God that healed lepers, made the blind to see, the deaf to hear and the lame to walk. This is a big thing for people, but it's such a small thing for you.

    Fahter, we rejoice that Connie is in your hands and we pray that you will give her the fullness of days you gave to her from the beginning.

    Lord she will rise up and declare your goodness and your Glory. She will praise you and declare you mighty works

    Thank you Lord

    In Jesus mighty name we ask this.


  • Bush's Ungrounded Vision [“Again, he fails the test of realism.”]

    11/08/2004 4:08:36 AM PST · 19 of 29
    jdluntjr to johnny7

    Ronald Reagan was a visionary. Jimmy Carter was a realist.
    The Wright brothers were visionaries. Werner Von Braun was a visionary. Thomas Edison was a visionary. Great things are done by visionaries that the "realists" say can't be done. I suspect, Bush will accomplish much if not all of his vision, because he believes it can be done.

  • BREAKING: "Stop SpecterPro-Life Pray-In" in Sen. Frist's office...

    11/06/2004 6:29:58 PM PST · 37 of 657
    jdluntjr to 1stFreedom

    Im not sure this is the best approach... but I am waiting for those who are saying dont do it to step forward with a plan about how to handle this issue.

    I am a fiscal conservative, but I am also a social conservative... The Senate has marginalized us before and I'm frankly tired of it.

    Those that oppose, please tell me what your suggestions are. How can we get this done right?

    To my friends who want a public prayer meeting. Is that more for the public attention for political purposes or is it to get God's attention. I suggest prayer meetings... all over the nation. We don't have to have the media's attention on this. But we must have God's attention.

  • No, it wasn't God

    11/06/2004 6:17:46 PM PST · 17 of 36
    jdluntjr to viaveritasvita
    Thank You, heavenly Father, for answering the prayers of so many of your people who prayed for President Bush's re-election. We now pray for his protection and for him to continue to seek Your guidance in all things and for our other elected leaders to follow suit. We pray in the power of Your Holy Spirit and through the name of Jesus Christ. Amen. <><


  • Saudi scholars back Jihad against US forces in Iraq

    11/06/2004 5:01:27 PM PST · 24 of 81
    jdluntjr to Malleus Dei

    Forget next after trident missile sub...that's all it would take. Please let's shoot just a few missiles.... please, please........ :)

  • Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) legacy may be chair of Judiciary Committee

    11/04/2004 9:36:30 PM PST · 196 of 280
    jdluntjr to Txsleuth

    I emailed Frist, Cornyn and even Kay Bailey (though she's not pro-life). I explained in friendly but firm terms that the reason for the GOP victories Tuesday were in large part to pro-life evangelicals and Catholics and we're tired of being marginalized by the US Senate, especially certain Republicans in the US Senate and that this is not going away.

  • Listening to Chris Matthews...talking of liberal civil war!

    11/03/2004 8:38:37 PM PST · 84 of 99
    jdluntjr to joesnuffy
    Pres Bush Sr has every right to be proud of his boy Cant say the same of Pres Reagan and his punk cake boy though...what an embarassment that must have been for the gipper...

    Dont forget the other Reagan, Michael.

  • Well done you Yanks!

    11/03/2004 4:03:52 AM PST · 53 of 71
    jdluntjr to patriciaruth

    Amen. Thank You Lord


  • To those of you who were praying for the election...

    11/03/2004 3:56:57 AM PST · 5 of 23
    jdluntjr to explodingspleen

    Keep praying.
    In the natural this should be over and Bush the winner.
    But we're wrestling not against flesh and blood but against
    principalities and powers...

    Until the votes are all certified, we have to keep praying.

    John Lunt

  • Zogby's Final Poll at 5:30 (a.m. EST) Tomorrow? (Vanity)

    11/01/2004 9:50:56 PM PST · 17 of 17
    jdluntjr to bcatwilly

    The only polls that count now are the ones that will open tomorrow morning and close tomorrow night. I don't care what zogby gallup time nbc fox or usa today say. They don't matter now.

    Just vote

  • Anyone have info on the evangelical vote?

    11/01/2004 9:38:51 PM PST · 10 of 12
    jdluntjr to over3Owithabrain

    I'm one of the evangelicals and I'll be there.
    It's obvious in the churches too. My pastor has been pushing people to vote. While he can't endorse a candidate from the pulpit -he says he doesn't need to the issues are night and day. Others in the church make it very clear -VOTE BUSH. I'm seeing a lot of that. The Evangelicals unfortunately were pretty weak last time. I think they are mobilized this time and it's going to be big.

  • Urgent Prayer Request, Please

    11/01/2004 2:21:59 PM PST · 64 of 114
    jdluntjr to BearWash

    Heavenly Father, I pray in the name of Jesus Christ, who is the Great Physician that he step into this wonderful young woman's room, lay his hands on her and heals her.

    Father thank you for your mercy and grace. Thank you for your love for this young woman and her family. Lord, I thank you for her courage to see her baby born. The enemy is the one who brings destruction. But your Word says the Spirit of God quickens the mortal body

    Lord Heal her and revive her and let her enjoy long life with all her children and family members. We rejoice in the victory. We believe as your word says, whatever you ask in my name, believe you have received it and you shall have it. Father, we thank you for your report. Thank you for healing her. In Jesus name,


  • Vanity, but was very good for me

    10/31/2004 4:53:03 AM PST · 6 of 10
    jdluntjr to paudio


  • Vanity, but was very good for me

    10/31/2004 4:48:19 AM PST · 5 of 10
    jdluntjr to Ff--150

    The current location I believe is in Irving, but the ANHOP building and the new location, I believe is Grand Prairie. It's further south. I could be wrong. If it's in Irving, it's just barely.


  • Vanity, but was very good for me

    10/30/2004 10:15:03 PM PDT · 1 of 10
    I've been praying the last several days about the upcoming election. As I prayed, the one question I was concerned about was did the US and President Bush do the right thing in the War on Iraq. I understand that good things can come out of it, like a democracy, but the stated reason was the weapons of mass destruction issue.

    My concern was did we miss God and are we trying to justify the war on other reasons now.

    I went to ANHOP in Grand Prairie tonight, (All Nations House of Prayer) -its a Ministry of Shady Grove church in Grand Prairie that has times of worship about twice a day currently. Eventually they want to get to round the clock worship.

    While I was praying I saw President Bush. He was standing quietly. Suddenly someone I could not see handed him a sword. It was made of precious metals, Gold, silver and others. There were gems in the handle. President Bush felt the sword, swung it. It appeared he had been born to wield the sword. It actually was kind of amusing. Here's the President wearing his suit swinging a large broadsword. But he wasn't clumsy. He looked like an expert.

    I heard a voice, the Lord I believe, say. "I have given my servant the sword to execute judgement in the Earth."

    Scriptures came to mind - I had to look up the specific references later Daniel 2:21 (NIV)

    He changes times and seasons;

    he sets up kings and deposes them.

    He gives wisdom to the wise

    and knowledge to the discerning

    Romans 13:1-4 (NIV)

    Everyone must submit himself to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God. 2Consequently, he who rebels against the authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and those who do so will bring judgment on themselves. 3For rulers hold no terror for those who do right, but for those who do wrong. Do you want to be free from fear of the one in authority? Then do what is right and he will commend you. 4For he is God's servant to do you good. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for he does not bear the sword for nothing. He is God's servant, an agent of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer.

    As I prayed to make sure I understood, I believe the Lord said,

    "Ishmael has risen against Israel. Did I not say to Abraham whoever blesses you I will bless and whoever curses you will be cursed." Ishmael and others have risen against Israel. They have killed Israeli's in the streets.

    I also saw sand and a map of the middle east. There was a lot of blood on the ground. It was the blood of the Saints staining the ground. The Lord said that as the blood of Abel cried out from the ground, so too did the blood of believers that were killed in these Middle East nations. The Lord said that we would avenge their deaths and his wrath would come upon them. God's judgment is righteous and true.

    I also sensed, though not specifically satated that the Lord put the sword in President Bush's hand and is not going to take it away. Indeed that he is giving the President a sword with greater reach.

    There is a sound of war, a sure sound of war. There is a sound of preparation of war. The enemy is arrayhing his army against the Saints, but the Lord himself is raising the standard against the enemy and will execute judgement.

    I believe that the President will win re-election and that he is doing the will of God and the Lord calls him his servant.

  • Choices for president - A man of faith vs. a man of ideas

    10/29/2004 3:57:45 AM PDT · 35 of 45
    jdluntjr to wizardoz

    No offense, but that's nonsense

    Marx and Lennin were thinkers.. Intellectuals with no moral foundation

    Ronald Reagan was a believer. He believed in America, He believed in Freedom and he believed in God.

    Unfortunately there are other believers out there who can be negative - Osama for instance... It comes down to what you believe. There can be good thinkers too, George Will for instance.

    Generally though, I'll stand with a good man of faith than a good thinker any day. The man who believes is the one who accomplishes great things. The thinker will almost always end up compromising away victory

  • Christian Bush Supporters, Bless Thine Enemy

    10/28/2004 8:45:47 PM PDT · 11 of 11
    jdluntjr to counterpunch

    LOL - Ah I wouldnt go that far... how about praying that he decides he needs to know God, so he leaves the Senate too and goes off in the desert somewhere to spend time in prayer....

  • FoxNews added to DishNetwork's basic programming

    10/28/2004 8:20:05 PM PDT · 7 of 8
    jdluntjr to IrishBrewer

    I think this is for the election.
    Go to channel 100 - interactive. Election coverage
    They've set up for you to be able to watch six channels at once for the election FOx, CNN, MSNBC, MTV, Comedy Channel and one other. It's really a nice set up, though I'll pretty much stick with FOX.

  • Christian Bush Supporters, Bless Thine Enemy

    10/28/2004 8:15:47 PM PDT · 9 of 11
    jdluntjr to counterpunch

    There is nothing in scripture that says God helps them that helps themselves.

    The approach of praying for Kerry is biblical. It's hard to do. I'm struggling. I don't like him and I don't want to pray for him, but that's the way things work in God's Kingdom. It does not mean praying that Kerry wins the election. It means praying that God brings blessings to his house. The first prayer for blessing for Kerry would be that he would come to salvation. That's a blessing. It's a prayer I've been praying.

  • Pastor says he will bus parishioners to the polls, but only if they vote for Kerry

    10/25/2004 7:04:57 PM PDT · 65 of 72
    jdluntjr to streetpreacher

    Find out if they tape their services and buy the tape. Copy it and turn it in to the appropriate parties.

    I don't mind him having his opinion, but he's crossed the line. A couple of conservative churches had their tax exempt status revoked by the IRS for a lot less than this during the Clinton administration.

  • Out of Nowhere?

    10/23/2004 2:06:32 PM PDT · 7 of 31
    jdluntjr to anonymoussierra

    Yea, now US troops control Afghanistan and Iraq. We have troops in Kuwait and Quater. Gee, think Osama realizes he goofed.

  • "Starfleet Academy" - The Beginning

    10/22/2004 3:39:38 AM PDT · 41 of 46
    jdluntjr to longfellow

    Starfleet Academy would instill discipline, but thinking outside the box is just as important.

    There is no calvary to come rescue you in deep space in most cases.

    Also keep in mind Starfleet had uniforms and weapons, but was as much or more about exploration than being a military organization.

    Starfleet did not necessarily adopt all views U.S. military in the show. Sometimes to their detriment.

    As for the backstory though, there was suggestion that the Academy was torn between discipline and commendation.

  • Vanity: Someone Please Post This Sunday's B.C. Comic

    10/17/2004 10:54:24 AM PDT · 18 of 44
    jdluntjr to Gunder
    I believe Johnny Hart is a committed Christian. Don't hold me to that, but I think I read that he's gotten into "hot water" with newspapers in the past because some of his strips had a decidedly right/Christian bent

    You're right. He is a christian and has certainly been in some flaps, but it doesn't deter him. He's committed to his faith and his beliefs.

  • Israel, Europe Could Be on Collision Course -Report

    10/14/2004 3:53:25 PM PDT · 8 of 40
    jdluntjr to finnman69

    First of all, EU members setting aside their differences... not likely. But even so, Isreal can get anything it needs from the U.S. EU may try to isolate Isreal, but they wont extend it to the US. They have way too much to lose. Their plan is doomed to failure.

  • Group: al-Qaida Detainees 'Disappeared'

    10/12/2004 3:44:24 AM PDT · 83 of 83
    jdluntjr to fastattacksailor

    The insects in my yard are unhappy with being compared with the evil ones!


    Please express my sincerest apologies to the insects. It was an unfair comparison. I'll send off my contribution to the American Society for the Advancement of Insectoids.... :*)

  • Professors oppose Bush 'theology' -

    10/11/2004 8:45:17 PM PDT · 67 of 72
    jdluntjr to ER_in_OC,CA
    My perspective is that while there are many good Pastors without formal education, there are also some of these men of God who are unable to handle and explain deeper theological issues.

    A church is not solely a vehicle for evangelism and instruction to the newly saved, but a place where the family of believers can mature as Christians. And a Pastor's depth on the theology of Christianity is very valuable.

    That's why I say _IN GENERAL_ a seminary education is a vital part of a Pastor's background and GENERALLY preferable to homeschooling

    My Friend,

    On that we'll have to agree to disagree. I have had both kinds of Pastors. I have seen the evidence of both kinds of ministries beyond the one's I've personally experienced.

    The difference is not seminary. The difference is how much they study the Word of God and how the Spirit of God is at work in their lives. It's not about the mind, it's about the Spirit of God.

    I don't really care what a person's education background is. If he or she is teaching, I want to know that they are solid in the Word of God and are following him.

    I don't really care about explanations of deeper theological issues. Most of them have little bearing on a believer's every day life. But if it is something they need, God wants the believer to go to his word, to seek him out. God is quite capable of speaking truth to that individual.

    It happens in my life on a regular basis. My faith says when I open God's word, when I meditate on it, when I ask him questions- he'll show me.

    Regardless of our difference of opinions though, I respect yours and I know that many in the Church do find comfort in having someone who has a seminary education. If that's important to them, then I pray the Lord blesses them with a pastor with a great seminary educationa and a great heart for God.

    Be Blessed in the name of Jesus

    Yours in Christ,


  • Group: al-Qaida Detainees 'Disappeared'

    10/11/2004 6:19:46 PM PDT · 50 of 83
    jdluntjr to truth_seeker

    These groups don't get it. The American people would like a lot of Al Qaida and Taliban to disappear, preferably with screams of pain.

    They're not people, they're insects. Got a bug problem, call and exterminator.

  • Professors oppose Bush 'theology' -

    10/11/2004 6:12:55 PM PDT · 64 of 72
    jdluntjr to ER_in_OC,CA

    Are you suggesting that adults who want to become Pastors and leaders in Church are generally better off "home-schooling," than studying with instructors at a Seminary?

    What denominations accept 'homeschooled' seminary credentials in order to be hired as a pastor?

    Actually, several denominations exist that do not require and "formal" school at all. Most of the worst ideas in Christian thought came from cemetaries...I mean seminaries.

    Were the Apostles trained in Seminaries. How many of the early Christian leaders had formal "seminary" training.

    I would rather sit under a pastor, who has studied the Word of God, relies on the Holy Spirit to help him understnad the word, and has lived it out.

    Some seminaries still maintain the standard of the Word of God. That's wonderful. But many have left the truth.

    Unfortunately, most seminary professors just offer you their interpretation of scripture or worst, warmed over reflections of someone else's view of scriptures. The Holy Spirit never fails, man often fails.

    So the answer is yes. A home schooled pastor, who gets in the Word of God and experiences his presence is infinitely more desirable than someone with a seminary degree.

  • Professors oppose Bush 'theology' -

    10/10/2004 10:56:36 AM PDT · 34 of 72
    jdluntjr to UnklGene

    Matthew 5:14-16 (NIV)
    "You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden. [15] Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. [16] In the same way, let your light shine before men, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven.

    I thinke the context in the above still matches the President's quote and Reagans and they are the words of Jesus....

    The Fuller folks have forgotten, if you are in Christ, you are the light...

    I'm not saying if Jesus would or would not have agreed with the War on Iraq, my belief is that he raises up nations and tears them down. Unrigteousness in Iraq and it's leadership was and is demonic. Daniel witnessed the work of the Prince of Persia, when he was at th Tigris river.

    If this leads to a more stable situation for Israel in the long run, I know God is behind it. Look at the situation. Iran is now isolated. They have Aghanistan on one side and Iraq on the other. We have troops in both nations, as well as Kuwait and Qatar.

    Libya suddenly is becoming more reasonable

    Syria is now cut off from support from Iraq. We now have the region so cut up that none would be in a position to
    attack Israel with any real hope of success.

    Don't know, sounds like it might be God to me.

  • What Do We Do After Voter Fraud Steals The Election?

    10/10/2004 10:38:29 AM PDT · 25 of 63
    jdluntjr to dmzTahoe

    Don't believe it's going to happen. I think hundreds of thousands of people are praying for this President and this election. We're gonna skip the supreme court and appeal to the highest Court. What many people don't understand is that God has always had an interest in governments, especially righteous governments.

    I really don't believe that God will let them steal the election. Now if the American people choose to vote for an unrightous man, God will let us go our way. But it won't be stolen from us as long as righteous people are praying.

  • Kerry: "No Prolifers or Catholics Need Apply"!

    10/10/2004 10:33:43 AM PDT · 6 of 37
    jdluntjr to EagleUSA

    Are we surprised.

    The debate last Friday, Kerry said he would appoint judges that would interpret the constitution according to the law....

    The constitution is the law of the land. All other man made laws are supposed to be interpreted according to it.

  • Bush Wins; Kerry Loses Debate in Beverly Hills, Brentwood

    10/09/2004 6:33:57 AM PDT · 30 of 92
    jdluntjr to arichtaxpayer
    Karen Temple of Los Feliz said, “Bush definitely lost. He’s such a liar and he’s guilty of killing little babies. I’d like to see him in Iraq. Kerry won and has my vote. I’m a poly sci major, so I’ve learned this first hand at school already, but I also watch CNN and CBS, NBC and cable news.” Gee I wonder what she learned first hand... Did she learn that Bush is guilty of killing little babies? Did she see it... She may be a poli sci major, but she didn't learn anything first hand... just what her IQ50 profs told her.