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Posts by Partisan Gunslinger

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  • Protestants Hold Anti-Catholic Rally Ahead of Pope Visit

    08/17/2014 6:39:19 AM PDT · 52 of 53
    Partisan Gunslinger to Wyrd bið ful aræd
    Christ established the Catholic Church, the rock He built on Peter.

    Christ's rock was the church and the church was sent out through the 12 apostles, not just Peter. And Peter never went to Rome. Christ said the gates of hell shall not prevail over His church. It's pretty clear that the forces of evil got the best of the church of Rome, with all it's heresies, it's gall of bitterness, it's bond of iniquity. It's a church of pedophilia, the evil acts of the Jesuits, the alliance with freemasonry since Vatican 2, it's embrace of socialism since Pope Pius 12, the abduction, gang rape, and murder in the Vatican itself of the teenage girl Emanuela, we could go on and on.

    So yes, you do need to be subject to it. I am extremely grateful to be subject to Christ who, per Catholic dogma, the sole mediator between God and man.

    Then why call the pope "Father", which is forbidden in the bible? Why call him the vicar of Christ?

    So, you're a relativist? Again, there cannot be two truths.

    There is only one truth, and Christ was the only man who held to that truth. The rest of us are not perfect in wisdom as Christ was. It is the goal of the rest of us to get as close to that truth as we can, and then we will be judged on our attempts to do just that. All it takes is effort, God judges on effort, since none of us will achieve perfect truth and wisdom in the flesh. When you allow the Catholic Church to decide what truth and wisdom is for you, you are putting almost no effort in the pursuit of it. You're letting imperfect men take the place of the Word.

    There is only one absolute, objective truth -- and while it may be temporarily comforting to have a buffet of supposed"truths" to choose from, that one objective truth does not change.

    And the Catholic Church is much farther than most protestants from that perfect truth.

    Religion is not politics. There are many issues, such as capital punishment, form of government, etc, that Catholics can in good conscience hold different opinions on.

    You think the pope is going to appreciate differeing from him on capital punishment?

    I see Protestants as opposed to liberty then -- we should have the liberty to disagree on whether saints can intercede with Christ on our behalf, for example. But Protestants just won't play ball.

    Protestants don't punish people on having disagreements. It's why there are so many different protestant churches. It's what narses always posts that yopios (or whatever) picture making fun of the fact that protestants hold different opinions. I see difference of opinion as a strength. It's what America was built on, each individual voting his/her opinion and coming together on the big stuff. Catholics have a history of punishing people for having difference of opinion as in the inquisition, the genocides (that some freepers celebrate), etc.

    Regarding the rest of your post, the fruits of Catholicism don't match what you say. Catholics support Obama, your popes celebrate Islam, Francis embraces socialism, puts down Reagan and conservatives, embraces moral relativism, says we should not spread the Word of God, again, I could go on and on. I judge by fruits, as the bible says, and as Peter himself told Simon Magus in Samaria, you are the gall of bitterness and the bond of iniquity. That was a prophecy, and indeed when Simon Magus' followers took over the church of Rome that Paul started, that's exactly what the Catholic Church became.

  • Protestants Hold Anti-Catholic Rally Ahead of Pope Visit

    08/15/2014 5:30:18 PM PDT · 50 of 53
    Partisan Gunslinger to Wyrd bið ful aræd
    Including the several Founding Fathers who were, you know, Catholic? And George Washington, the very cream of the crop of the Fathers, who decried the burning of effigies of the pope, who penned this letter to the Catholics of America?

    Lay Catholics are among God's people, and God says "Come out of her" to his people.

    Obviously, the colonies were infected with rank, foul anti-Catholicism, and many of the colonists, some Fathers included, wanted to keep it that way. Thankfully Catholics achieved the liberty of worship they earned and merited (particularly through service in the Continental Navy), despite the bigotry of some segments of the population. And I do hope you appreciate the irony of citing certain founders in declaring Catholics enemies of liberty, when many of these self-same men wanted to curtail the liberty of Catholics, in the name of...What, liberty?

    To be a Catholic you must put your trust in a man other than Jesus to represent God. That is the same thing liberals do, they put their trust in governments, celebrities, etc, to be as God rather than God Himself. Also to be a Catholic, you must be against individualism. Catholics reject the protestant belief of each individual having a relationship to God. Catholics say each person needs to be subject to the Catholic Church or to the pope or to Mary to let those entities be the mediator to God. Catholics reject individual opinion. I know as a protestant that there is no one on earth that believes the same as I on every subject of Christianity. There are some Christians that I share beliefs with that I will agree with 99% of the time. Imagine if that same were true of politics, that everyone must be in full agreement all the time or there will be punishment. That's why some of us see Catholicism as opposed to liberty, we should have the liberty to disagree, whether it be the nature of Christianity, or the nature of politics. There will be enough of us to agree on enough aspects of government and Christianity to have good government and a good relationship with God to be blessed, respectively. But apply the ways of Catholicism to our government and freedom is lost.

  • Protestants Hold Anti-Catholic Rally Ahead of Pope Visit

    08/15/2014 5:11:34 PM PDT · 49 of 53
    Partisan Gunslinger to Wyrd bið ful aræd
    Peter did indeed go to Rome.

    No where in the bible is Peter ever said to be in Rome. Paul lists who all he was in contact with in Rome, you think he would have mentioned Peter! Explain to me how Milik could have been mistaken about Peter's ossuary being in Jerusalem.

    Where, out of curiosity, did you read this narrative of Simon Magus impersonating Peter?

    Do a search on Justin Martyr.

  • Protestants Hold Anti-Catholic Rally Ahead of Pope Visit

    08/14/2014 1:30:05 PM PDT · 38 of 53
    Partisan Gunslinger to Gumdrop
    My question is this - how can Protestants get so riled up about Catholic doctrine when there are thousands of different denominations who are under the umbrella of the word ‘Protestant’. Do they not care about the doctrinal differences among themselves being much more egregious? Jut my humble opinion.

    Because much of the bible is a warning about the gall of bitterness and mystery of iniquity of the Catholic Church. It's what the founding fathers spoke of, when they spoke of the papists, and the papist's opposition to liberty.

  • Protestants Hold Anti-Catholic Rally Ahead of Pope Visit

    08/14/2014 1:20:28 PM PDT · 36 of 53
    Partisan Gunslinger to Wyrd bið ful aræd
    Yeah, sure you did. There is no difference between a Christian and Catholic, because Catholics are Christians. The original Christians.

    The original Christians were the disciples and those who learned from Jesus' ministry. Peter never went to Rome, Paul was the one sent to the gentiles, to Rome. Paul went to Rome, spread the church there, which was then corrupted with Babylonian influences by the followers of Simon Magus, who had earlier in Samaria tried to buy an apostleship from Peter, was rejected by Peter, then posed as Peter in Rome. So he got his apostleship after all, but fake.

    A renowned Catholic archaeologist, Milik, confirmed Peter's ossuary as being in Jerusalem. Peter would never have been buried in a pagan cemetary where Simon Magus was buried, which is what Vatican Hill was then.

  • What Did the Imam Really Say? Revisited

    07/21/2014 1:10:00 PM PDT · 8 of 12
    Partisan Gunslinger to metmom

    “was misquoted again”, I think.

  • Weather Channel Founder Explains the History of the Global Warming Hoax

    07/02/2014 3:43:39 PM PDT · 33 of 34
    Partisan Gunslinger to Partisan Gunslinger

    And by the way the earth is not warming anyway. Global Warming is a hoax.

  • Weather Channel Founder Explains the History of the Global Warming Hoax

    07/02/2014 3:40:23 PM PDT · 32 of 34
    Partisan Gunslinger to PapaNew
    “And the fourth angel poured out his vial upon the sun; and power was given unto him to scorch men with fire. And men were scorched with great heat” (Revelation 16:8-9).

    Men are not being scorched with global warming. Global Warming is not "great heat". When God says "scorched" and "great heat", He doesn't mean a degree or two, even if it were to be taken physically literally.

    A lot of times in parables the sun represents God and the moon represents Satan. In the end times, the heat will be on for people to come back to God as the world descends farther and farther into being prepared for the arrival of antiChrist. Now is the time to turn to God as see our society break down with Satanism (public schools, Hollywood, etc), the heat is on. But of course most are not turning to God, and the line you left out, that people will blaspheme God as the heat is poured on, is taking place as people drive God out of their lives even while society descends into Satanism.

  • Weather Channel Founder Explains the History of the Global Warming Hoax

    07/01/2014 3:55:12 PM PDT · 15 of 34
    Partisan Gunslinger to PapaNew
    The fact is the Bible predicts global warming in the last days.

    Where?

  • Meghan McCain Joins GLAADs National Board of Directors

    06/25/2014 4:13:34 PM PDT · 48 of 49
    Partisan Gunslinger to MacNaughton

    Well then they did a massive photo-stretch and airbrush job on the picture. lol

  • Meghan McCain Joins GLAADs National Board of Directors

    06/24/2014 7:54:56 AM PDT · 42 of 49
    Partisan Gunslinger to Blue Highway

    That’s not her. That woman is awesomely pretty. Megan’s not bad, but not close to her.

  • Meghan McCain Joins GLAADs National Board of Directors

    06/24/2014 7:52:32 AM PDT · 41 of 49
    Partisan Gunslinger to IrishBrigade

    That’s not her. That picture has been around for years. The H8 was photoshopped.

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/27/2014 4:12:09 PM PST · 437 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to PeaRidge
    What about that do you not understand?

    There's not anything to not understand. You post in a cryptic manner. It's like you want to debate, but can't find anything concrete to make a point on so you post cryptically. You play games rather than state your point.

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/27/2014 4:02:33 PM PST · 435 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to PeaRidge
    After the events of January, 1861, the tariff problem was solved for the Southern states. Secession made it irrelevant for the Confederacy. And paradoxically, the tariff issue shifted and was now of utmost concern to the Union government.

    The south got their way in 1853 regarding tariffs, it was already off the table.

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/27/2014 4:00:49 PM PST · 434 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to rustbucket
    The South did not have the votes to stop it once the newly elected Senate took office even if no Southern state had seceded. Here, as posted by former poster GOPCapitalist in 2003, is the vote calculation by Texas Senator Louis Wigfall who outlined his vote calculations on December 12, 1860 before any state had seceded. It deals with Lincoln's nominations in the future Senate, but it applies equally well to the Morrill Tariff vote.

    Who says it would have been the same number to support the tariff? I would have sided with Lincoln in fighting slavery but would have voted against him regarding tariffs had I been a Senator then, and there would have been more of those like me, especially after all of the strife up until 1853 or so over tariffs. They would not have voted lockstep with an obviously failed system

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/27/2014 3:52:21 PM PST · 433 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to PeaRidge
    What was the result of the vote in the House of Representatives?

    Why so cryptic?

  • 150 Years Later, Floridians are Still Fighting over the Civil War

    01/27/2014 3:47:00 PM PST · 109 of 111
    Partisan Gunslinger to Bulwyf
    I agree Wilson was bad news, however the states losing rights started with the civil war.

    If you want to look at it like that it started with George Washington at the Whiskey Rebellion, then after that Andrew Jackson said he was going to go to South Carolina and hang those who wanted secession. The real loss of freedom is when we let non-Americans take over, and that happened in 1913.

    Wilson’s doing led Germany into world war 2. What I don’t get is, U.S. Troops were barely there before the war was won. The Commonwealth had already broken Germany’s back, so why did the president get to set the rules. I think even then higher powers were at work.

    Oh yeah. Wilson let them in with the Federal Reserve, he was their guy. The League of Nations and then the UN stem from Wilson and his sucking up to the internationals.

  • 150 Years Later, Floridians are Still Fighting over the Civil War

    01/27/2014 3:39:14 PM PST · 108 of 111
    Partisan Gunslinger to central_va
    I have nothing to do with unions, never have never will.

    Unions are protectionists, aren't they?

  • Are Catholics Christs Chosen People?

    01/26/2014 12:41:50 PM PST · 95 of 148
    Partisan Gunslinger to Salvation

    What about Milik?

  • Are Catholics Christs Chosen People?

    01/26/2014 12:41:08 PM PST · 93 of 148
    Partisan Gunslinger to Salvation
    You might want to make a check on that false allegation of Peter’s burial spot.

    Famed Catholic priest and scholar, Milik, says it's in Jerusalem.

  • 150 Years Later, Floridians are Still Fighting over the Civil War

    01/26/2014 12:36:28 PM PST · 85 of 111
    Partisan Gunslinger to central_va
    Personally I have zero in common with any democrat.

    Protectionism. Unions.

  • 150 Years Later, Floridians are Still Fighting over the Civil War

    01/26/2014 12:30:41 PM PST · 84 of 111
    Partisan Gunslinger to Bulwyf
    Sounds like you’re taking a few isolated cases and painting it with a broad brush. As a Canadian with no relatives in that fight, and seeing from outside, it looks to me like the central government types won, and freedom and state’s rights lost.

    In 1913, not 1861. That's when freedom was doomed, and with a pro-south president, Wilson.

  • 150 Years Later, Floridians are Still Fighting over the Civil War

    01/26/2014 12:27:23 PM PST · 83 of 111
    Partisan Gunslinger to Oliviaforever
    No meddling government, no reconstruction, no plethora of pesky post War of Northern Aggression constitutional amendments.

    FDR never lost a southern state.

  • 150 Years Later, Floridians are Still Fighting over the Civil War

    01/26/2014 12:25:44 PM PST · 82 of 111
    Partisan Gunslinger to patriot08
    Sob should have been hung for crimes against humanity.

    How about Nathan Forrest, chaining northern captives to burning logs at Fort Pillow? He had a lot of Mandela in him.

  • Are Catholics Christs Chosen People?

    01/26/2014 12:09:30 PM PST · 85 of 148
    Partisan Gunslinger to ex-snook
    It has to be. It was the only Christian Church headed by Peter.

    Why was Peter buried in Jerusalem?

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/26/2014 11:52:31 AM PST · 428 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to PeaRidge
    Do You know if that was true in either April of 1860 or March of 1861?

    Had they not seceded, the Morrill tariff would not have passed. They had the votes to defeat it.

  • Ruth: Slavery's reality contradicts Sons of Confederate Veterans, Civil War revisionists

    01/26/2014 11:50:25 AM PST · 152 of 207
    Partisan Gunslinger to Vigilanteman
    They spend close to a month in Pennsylvania prior to Gettysburg. They selectively destroyed specific military targets (steel mills owned by radical Republican Senator Thaddeus Stevens), not everything in their path. History records that the townspeople and farmers were generally astonished by the civil behavior of Lee's army which traded or paid fair prices for everything they got. There was one case of an army unit swarming a hat shop in McConnellsburg, taking hats and leaving beat up headgear in exchange. Their CO ordered the men to either return the hats they took or pay for them. They did.

    Unfortunately paid in worthless Confederate money, but a deal the shop owners couldn't refuse.

  • How Free Trade Is Killing Middle America

    01/26/2014 5:06:36 AM PST · 231 of 232
    Partisan Gunslinger to central_va
    Make a good tag line for ya.

    You're a tax raiser, put that in yours.

  • Ruth: Slavery's reality contradicts Sons of Confederate Veterans, Civil War revisionists

    01/25/2014 1:42:41 PM PST · 132 of 207
    Partisan Gunslinger to Vigilanteman
    And, yes, I realize that Robert E. Lee's army acted with far more class and dignity in its invasion of Pennsylvania than Sherman's army did the following year in their invasion of Georgia.

    Because they had to get the hell out of there.

  • Derailing the GOP Jihad (Washington Post)

    01/25/2014 1:32:49 PM PST · 48 of 48
    Partisan Gunslinger to RetiredArmy

    Yep, my 2500 year old chatter.

  • How Free Trade Is Killing Middle America

    01/25/2014 1:29:29 PM PST · 229 of 232
    Partisan Gunslinger to central_va
    You income tax loving progressive you. Who knew...

    Income tax good, progressive income tax bad.

    PS: This is a sight for Conservatives; not income tax lovers like you. Perhaps you could find somewhere else to preach your gloBUUList crapola.

    LOL A lot of conservatives support a low flat income tax. Very few support raising taxes (tariffs).

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/25/2014 1:26:38 PM PST · 426 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to PeaRidge

    The south had the votes to defeat he Morrill tariff.

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/25/2014 1:25:16 PM PST · 425 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to PeaRidge

    Yeah, I hate tariffs too. The southern states got their way with tariffs in the early 1850s and would have continued getting their way, they had the votes to defeat tariffs.

  • Derailing the GOP Jihad (Washington Post)

    01/25/2014 8:58:16 AM PST · 46 of 48
    Partisan Gunslinger to RetiredArmy
    What you are boasting is not supported by Scripture. You cannot take just one line of scripture and write a complete belief system off one line. You have to read all lines before and after that particular line. Taking one line and writing a complete belief system in that one line is cultist.

    Like saying you're going to be gone in a rapture due to two lines that you didn't even translate correctly?

    You believe what you might friend and I will believe what the BIBLE TELLS ME. In full. Not in one line of scripture to write a complete belief system.

    It's not just one line.

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/25/2014 8:44:59 AM PST · 422 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to ought-six
    The South, however, was an agricultural powerhouse; and agriculture was a stronger element of the economy in the mid-nineteenth century than industrial output. To whom did the U.S. export industrial goods in the mid-nineteenth century, such that it surpassed the revenues generated by agriculture?

    If the South was this great rich region they would have paid Britain and/or France to keep shipping clear and won the war buying whatever they needed off of Europe.

    Hell, the Northern states in Congress had to pass protectionist laws in order to give Northern industry a hand up.

    They did not have to do that, they just thought they did, like today's economic illiterates think we have to have tariffs. We did just fine when the tariffs were reduced.

    That’s a red herring, and is comparing apples to oranges, because by the time Reagan came around the U.S. had fundamentally changed from what it was in the mid-nineteenth century, such that the U.S. of Reagan’s time hardly resembled the U.S. of Lincoln’s.

    Then why did you bring it up? You say Obama and Lincoln were alike, and I reply Obama is a liar and Lincoln was more like Reagan than like any 20th-21th century Democrat.

  • How Free Trade Is Killing Middle America

    01/25/2014 8:07:58 AM PST · 225 of 232
    Partisan Gunslinger to Cringing Negativism Network
    I would point to China, and question your assertion. China is among the most closed markets. They’ve taken a huge amount of American business. Bring it back.

    China has almost no regulations on their factories. Somewhere between our high regulatory system and China's would be a good place to rebuild our manufacturing base.

  • How Free Trade Is Killing Middle America

    01/25/2014 8:02:41 AM PST · 224 of 232
    Partisan Gunslinger to central_va
    FedGov™'s primary source of revenue up to 1913 was tariffs. But that wasn't a "successful" time in US history...

    You call those successful? It was nothing but strife. A threat of secession in the 1840s, people feeling picked on. Tariffs are the worst way to fund a government.

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/24/2014 4:51:44 PM PST · 417 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to ought-six
    Preserving the Union for the revenues, you mean. If the Southern states and its economy were not the chief bankroller of the Union’s tax base, and were instead a drain on the federal treasury, Lincoln would have said “Bravo!” to secession and “Good riddance!” to the seceding states.

    The south an industrial powerhouse? lol

    Lincoln was a very, very small man; but his hagiographers immortalized him as some kind of god. Lincoln set the stage for the eventual collapse of the United States as a Constitutional republic. His present-day soulmate, B. Hussein Obama, has completed the task.

    Lincoln and Reagan believed a lot of the same things. Hussein likened himself to Reagan also, he's just a liar.

  • One Hundred Fifty Reasons I'm Catholic - And You Should Be Too!

    01/24/2014 4:14:49 PM PST · 320 of 1,364
    Partisan Gunslinger to NKP_Vet
    7. Catholicism avoids an unbiblical individualism which undermines Christian community (e.g., 1 Cor 12:25-26).

    Does individualism undermine the American political process?

  • Stillwater asks that festival name be changed because of 'vulgar reference'

    01/24/2014 4:09:27 PM PST · 56 of 76
    Partisan Gunslinger to Corey Ohlis
    Language changes; I feel sorry for the people of Effingham, Illinois.

    I lived there for several years. Funny thing is I never considered the name being funny until I heard someone who had never heard of it laugh at it when I told them where I was from.

  • How Free Trade Is Killing Middle America

    01/24/2014 3:54:49 PM PST · 205 of 232
    Partisan Gunslinger to Buckeye McFrog
    I do believe the coming Populist wave is going to include a resurgence of the Ross Perot “No More Free Trade!” position.

    Count me out! There's never been a successful tariff.

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/24/2014 3:41:03 PM PST · 415 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to central_va
    The idea is to correct the flaws in the Constitution and get back to a Constitutional government. Secession is the quickest (only) way. Make the shenanigans that socialist have been pulling for 100 years unconstitutional.

    But it will be liberals that will still run your new government and they will take you to the same tax and spend hell we're in now. And they don't respect the constitution either, or any other constitution you can come up with. It is not in their blood to follow a prescribed law, that's why they're atheists also. A high percentage of people in the cities will be stupid, a lower percentage of people in the countryside will be stupid, and when you add the two together they always overwhelm the smart people, who mostly reside in the countryside. That's why no republic ever lasts more than a few hundred years, shorter now that the liberals have TV to push their crap 24/7.

    Mind you I'm not against secession, when the government has reached the point where it is now, I believe that the spirit of 1776 has to resurface at some point, but anyone who secedes will have to look at what went wrong and institute structural changes that will keep the same problems from immediately resurfacing. It will have to be very un-PC.

    PS you're not invited. You get to stay in the USA hell hole.

    LOL I have no intention of moving to any new CSA. I despise the first one. If you don't have slavery it would be better, but I don't want to join anything that bases its foundation on the events of 150 years ago. That had nothing to do with freedom. I want to join a movement that stands for the principles of 1776, and implement structural reforms that will better preserve freedom for all.

  • Derailing the GOP Jihad (Washington Post)

    01/24/2014 3:22:23 PM PST · 44 of 48
    Partisan Gunslinger to RetiredArmy
    So you think that you are hoping that you will be a special one of the so called 7,000. There is absolute NOTHING in scripture that supports that so called theory. I am not going to argue the point with you. I believe in the Pre Tribulation Rapture of the Church and that is what it says in 1 Corth 15 and 1 Thess 4. You believe what you might and I will believe what I might. I don’t believe this hocus pocus that the cults believe in. So, kindly take your ball and go home because this is my final response to you.

    The rapture theory didn't exist until the 1800s, so if I were you I'd be careful of accusing others of following "cults"

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/24/2014 3:17:04 PM PST · 411 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to central_va
    They will be fully enfranchised citizens of their new country, what do you mean by this? Israel has Palestinians that are fully enfranchised and vote and everything, how about that? The mayor of Jerusalem was a Palestinian, not sure who is mayor now but probably is a Palestinian.

    You're holding up the Palestinian/Israeli relationship as a model? Uh oh.

    But really, you want to secede because of New England liberalism, but liberals will still run your government in Austin, Richmond, etc. The liberals got elected statewide, they will continue to do so, you will continue to be oppressed. What is the answer to this?

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/24/2014 3:09:40 PM PST · 409 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to ought-six
    You’re right. They invaded because a petulant little man threw a hissy fit because he saw his revenues disappearing before his very eyes.

    So, preserving the union had nothing to do with it, huh?

    Your judgment on display.

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/24/2014 3:06:56 PM PST · 407 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to Georgia Girl 2

    Thanks for finally coming around to my side. :^)

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/24/2014 3:04:44 PM PST · 406 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to Georgia Girl 2
    Pea Ridge do you think we will still have to suffer these idiots after the next secession? My guess is at that point they will be frothing at the mouth because there won’t be any slavery to blame it on. It’ll just be racism typed from their parents basement in Brooklyn. LOL!!!

    How will you secede from Austin, Atlanta, Miami, Houston, etc? What are you going to do with all the liberals in the cities?

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/24/2014 3:02:11 PM PST · 405 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to PeaRidge
    So, then why did you bring it up?

    If it's not the Morrill tariff that you're talking about, then tell me what your great mystery of 1859/1860 is.

  • The Terrible Truth About Abraham Lincoln and the Confederate War

    01/24/2014 2:59:43 PM PST · 404 of 444
    Partisan Gunslinger to Georgia Girl 2

    So how old are you?

  • Derailing the GOP Jihad (Washington Post)

    01/23/2014 2:05:22 PM PST · 41 of 48
    Partisan Gunslinger to RetiredArmy
    IF you are a Christian, a true Believer in Jesus Christ, YOU will not see the antichrist. You will be gone in the Rapture.

    Most of the disciples died horrible deaths, why would we be so special that God would make sure we wouldn't even have to be in the sights of the antiChrist, let alone die a death comparable to the way some of the disciples went out? We're not going to die horrible deaths in all likelihood, but we will be ridiculed and oppressed for a little while.

    Simple as that. Read 1 Cor 15 and 1 Thes 4.

    When we meet in the clouds (the "clouds" are people, the air is the "spirit", therefore we meet all at once all together, in spiritual bodies), that will be at the seventh trump. The antiChrist comes in the sixth trump.

    You say 7,000. Are you speaking a Jewish person?

    No, I hope I'm one of the very elect. There will only be 7000 of us that won't worship Satan. The rest of the world will. Jews, Muslims, Protestants, Catholics, and all the rest will all fall for him, except for 7000.

    If you are a Jewish person and think you will be standing against him, you might want to rethink that. NOTHING guarantees YOU will survive the years of the Trib. Thus, if you are Jewish my friend, I will say to you to seek your true Messiah, our LORD Jesus Christ. Yeshua to you my friend.

    Jesus is my Messiah and I do not fear or revere those that can kill my flesh body, but revere He who can kill my soul.