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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by steve knight, Aug 25, 2011.
The thought that he has a chance to be our next President is a scary one.
From snake oil salesman to evangelical megalomaniac, scary
The pathetic thing is people such as this tend to have the demons standing behind them. If there is a Satan he love such people all the hate and even they will make happen just gets the devils balls in a uproar.
politicians want satan's balls?
no rick perry gets Satan all exited. I think the devil busted a nut in his ass to tell you the truth.
OK- this has gotten just stupid. Republicans- how far does this have to go before you take your party back? You can no longer dismiss these people. They're your candidates. You let them take your party from you. So when are you going to put a stop to this nonsense? I'm curious as to what it will take.
Your party has quite literally become fascist. There is no doubt about that at this point.
The sad part is I don't think they really realize or believe what these people truly believe. The more you believe the more you think Christians can do no wrong.
And the silence if deafening from our conservative friends. What has to happen for them to realize their party has serious problems? How far does it have to go?
This is a very serious concept that several political candidates on the republican side believe in. It's called dominionism. And it's very scary.
Just read your link... never before felt so happy that I live in a country where church and state are separate entities.
How can it get so bad that people like this are seriously considered candidates?
That is so creepy that it's absolutely impossible for me to believe that it's anything other than the mad ramblings of some L Ron Hubbard nutjob.
Where does their money come from?
Made me laugh hard
I assume you know of Fox News.
the only good thing is there are so many different versions of dominionism that they end up fighting among themselves and their self proclaimed prophets. (hey I thought that was against the bibles teachings?)
It is against the bible's teaching as is almost ALL of the doctrine behind these political "Christians".
I really hesitate to get into a discussion about God/Christianity etc. because these christian people are not christian and they have polluted true christianity to the point that people have no real idea what true christianity is.
The political views these disgusting people spew forth is against what Jesus taught. Almost to the point where I want to refer to them as Anti-Christ.
The "fruit" that Rick Perry puts forth is as a boastful,self-serving,corporate pawn who has no clue what a christian value is.
He and people like Michelle Bachman are the spirit of Anti-Christ.
So please do not judge true christianity by the actions of these people.
Jesus never taught his deciples to be politically involved. He taught against it.
If you want to put a label on Jesus. Something I don't subscribe to. Label him as a passionate,caring Socialist who cared about the poor and the oppressed .
And where do they get their money from, advertisers and cable subscription fees.
Your response to that connection should be obvious.
You only see this kind of thing in the Republican Party...hmm.
They have to start losing elections. And that hasn't happened so far.
Say what you will about the Tea Party movement. Say what you will about the bats--t insane religious fundamentalism...it keeps getting their guys elected.
It is the voters desire for something, but do they really know what they want, can it can be realistically achieved, and do they really understand how it is going to effect them economically? Most citizens in the country (USA) have no logical business voting for the GOP, yet look at who is being elected.
Then this election needs to be the one they start losing. If they win, they WILL do what they say, and the USA as we know it, will cease to exist.
I don't watch TV. Talking heads give me a headache. I'd rather get my news from written sources.
Same here. I haven't watched TV in quite a while, actually.
And the Republicans are saying the exact same thing about Obama. It seems to work for them. Politics of fear and division.
What are you trying to say? There is fact and fiction. Obama is not an extremist, the Republicans right now- are. There is a difference here and it's not just a matter of perception.
Rick Perry himself wants to shred the Constitution and has said so in very clear terms. I don't see Obama doing that.