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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by diamond geezer, Jan 23, 2005.
You hear that sound again?
That's the founding fathers still weeping in their graves.
i'm getting the impression that bush's hammer in search of a nail is christianity.
They should never have resuscitated him. Let the pretzel do its work...
All together now,
Onward Christian soldiers...
i'm off to beat my plowshare back into a sword
Be funny if Bush tried to go to a Catholic hospital for a procedure, and they told him, "I'm sorry, we don't serve Methodists here."
there is a strong connection behind the reverend moon and christian writers lahaye/jenkins, the authors of popular christian novels...without lahaye and jenkins, moon would have been run out of town a long time ago
while i consider myself a christian, i do not condone the moonies (or jehovah witnesses or a major league cult like international church or christ, or others) and i consider all cults harmful and to have them have any power/influence in our government is heinous
cults are not religions, they are businesses which often prey on vulnerable people
our founding fathers, mostly christians, set up our government to have separation of chuch and state for a reason
W uses religion to get votes...that just is hitting below the belt in my humble opinion
the gop should run on a fiscally conservative agenda and the democrats should run on a more liberal agenda, so to speak, and both sides should keep religion out of the discussion
i don't think god is happy to be part of the american electoral college
I like mine grilled, with a little Teriyaki sauce.
I'd prefer a particular Methodist grilled as well, but with a side order of 'under oath'.
Touché. (with a side of mashed potatoes)