AL Lawyer Declares ‘Public Officials Are Ministers Of God’ In Letter To Governor

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  1. steve knight Suspended

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    and we think conservative christians can't get even more upset.

    http://www.addictinginfo.org/2015/0...s-are-ministers-of-god-in-letter-to-governor/
     
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    How many years before they get over it?
     
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    Hopfully by the time the sun goes Nova but I would not hold my breath
     
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    Wonder if the dude is actually that crazy, or he's been hitting the meth pipe?

    And why does the article keep going on about sharia law? There's no mention of sharia law in the letter.
     
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    Sounds more like some ISIS manifesto than the opinion of a freedom loving American. Just stunned that a chief justice of a state would put his name to **** like this. We spend countless hours debating the 2A and how it protects us from tyranny all while religious nuts will use the 1A to accomplish that. This is nothing more than Christian Sharia Law. These nuts have the same end goal as ISIS, thankfully not the same tactics.

    @dec. You need to take these people seriously, they make up a nice chunk of the electorate.
     
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    Marriage equality must have been like kicking the hornets nest down there.
     
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    There is a contest between the governments of Texas and Alabama to see which can be more backwards. Even with this nut, it's still a dead draw. Waiting for Judge Roy Moore to make his next move.
     
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    Why won't the GOP just elect God as their main Republican runner? As wacky as the right is nowadays, they might as well place God as an option in the voting boths.
     
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    A. It's hard to get His verified signature on the various forms.
    B. He only makes statements through underlings, and they don't always agree on what He said.
     
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    Term limits. God, in Bruce Almighty, was already President of the United States once in Deep Impact.
    [​IMG]
     
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    because everything a GOP says god wants them to run they loose. way to many non Christians in the us I guess.
     
  13. mudslag, Jul 2, 2015
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    Two words.....birth certificate...though "illegal alien" also works.
     
  14. rdowns macrumors Penryn

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    Hey, what about us? [/Mississippi]
     
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    The letter:
    http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2015/06/roy_moores_lawyer_to_gov_bentl.html
     
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    Why were you Christian haters so quiet in the churches burning down thread? Probably pretty torn on what to post since they were black churches huh?
     
  17. bradl macrumors 68040

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    None of this has anything to do with "hating God", as you are trying to bait everyone into arguing..

    Or have you forgotten the fact that a State Senator from Nebraska sued God?

    There is nothing wrong in debating what is blatantly obtuse and frivolous, which it appears you have just as easily fallen for.

    BL.
     
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    You know the Alabama state motto. "Thank God for Mississippi."

     
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    Nobody hates Christians. (With the possible exception of Southern Baptists.) What is hated is when someone runs for political office, and can't run on a political platform but has to point out what a good Christian he is, and how he supports traditional family values. Separation of church from state. We are not electing ministers.
     
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    Sigh. Nobody hates Christians. The War on Christianity and Christmas is a product of Christian victim syndrome. What you fail to see is what political Christians want to do is no different than ISIS, other than tactics.
     
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    Ahh race baiting at its finest. To be expected.
     
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    Lol a chest-beating liberal accusing someone of race baiting.
     
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    Do you have any proof of him or any other 'liberal' race baiting?

    If so, please provide it. Otherwise, you have no argument.

    BL.
     
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    Pointing out racial bias in the world when you see it doesn't qualify as racebaiting, and that's usually what liberals do. Using race to prove some sort of political point is racebaiting.
     
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    The politicians who pander to them.
     

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