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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by Michael Goff, Jul 9, 2014.
Anyone have a thought on this?
Would still vote for her over any conservative, that's for sure.
Yup, I'll hold my nose, but I'll do it.
Yes, I have a brief thought...I don't know why anyone pays any attention to such total horse crap.
Not a brilliant thought, mind you, but a thought, nonetheless.
Would you vote for her if she DID worship Baal?
I Moon the Washington Times.
This is the Washington Times you are talking about, remember?
Hell, worshiping Baal is closer to worshiping Yahweh than worshiping, say, Zoroaster or Zeus or Odin.
Baal and Yahweh are part of the same Canaanite pantheon. Baal is a rain god, if I remember correctly.
As in worshipping the Goa'uld god Baal?
I'm too busy pretending to be appalled and disgusted about the fact that she defended a rapist 40 years ago to have a thought about this.
Why hold your nose? When you have a much better candidate in these two people? They are better than anyone the Dems and GOP put on the ticket.
Democrats do not have family dynasties. Since 1932, no Republican ticket has gained the WH without a Nixon or Bush on it – except for re-election, no Democratic ticket has won the WH with someone having even the same surname as a previous candidate/office-holder from that time period. I am not sure we should even expect Hillary to run in '16.
In much of America, the issue isn't whether she's a Baal worshipper. It's whether she worships fut-Baal, bais-Baal, or basqhet-Baal.
I prefer John Olivier, although I don't think he was born American
As long as it is not the evil, wimpy phut-Baal.
I will vote she there is a "none of the above" choice.
"Baal" sounds like a much better party guy than "God". But then I'm all heavy metal and biased.
I'd prefer it if she worshiped Baphomet or Cerununnos.
As in Bocce?
Just google Bohemian Grove.
I think politicians are pretty much capable of everything.