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Old 05-21-2012, 03:12 PM   #81 (permalink)
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Hindsight is 20/20, but stupidity is always blind.

Give Afghanistan weapons to fight our enemy. Afghans later use said weapons to fight against the U.S.

Give Iraq weapons to fight our enemy. Iraqis later use said weapons to fight against the U.S.

Insanity: Doing the same exact thing over and over, and expecting different results.
I can already see it.

Year 2013 - Amerookah funds the Golden Dawn to fight the anarchists

Year 2014 - Golden Dawn runs the show. Surprise surprise they've decided it would be cool to sterilize the gypsies and burn the .....s

Year 2015 - Amerookah decides to invade Greece to protect their yoghurt interest and remove the Golden Dawn.

Years 2015-2030 -american troops still in Greece, rebuilding it
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Old 05-22-2012, 05:46 AM   #82 (permalink)
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Republican-created bill to bypass Church and State laws in Alabama foiled! I am extremely surprised to see this not passing in Alabama, of all places.

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“When the last day of the regular legislative session of the Alabama legislature ended on May 16, 2012, a bill that would have established a credit-for-creationism scheme died.”

...Rep. Blaine Galliher (R-Rainbow City) sponsored a measure that would allow public schools to establish “released-time” programs for high school students. House Bill 133 was intended to give students class credit for courses in creationism taken off-campus.
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“at the request of one of his constituents, Joseph Kennedy, a member of Southside Baptist Church near Gadsden. Kennedy said he would like to see a non-profit group teach creationism to public school students if Galliher’s bill becomes law.”

Galliher told WAFF-TV, “Creation has just as much right to be taught in the school system as evolution does, and I think this is simply providing the vehicle to do that.”
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A 2011 study ranked Alabama as “far below average” in preparing students for careers in science and engineering. Legislators should be focused on ways to improve academic performance, not schemes to introduce religious indoctrination
Finally, these politicians are being told "enough is enough" when it comes to the "God back in everything" campaigns. Having the 10 Commandment posted throughout schools will not stop people from robbing and killing, good teachers will.

I had a "God fearing, Republican" female teacher in 6th grade. During our science course we were discussing black holes and their origins. The only statement she would make on the subject was "That's where God lives." My emphatic rebuttals ended in a call to my parents, followed by a parent-teacher meeting, followed by said teacher's contract not being renewed and her moving to a private, Christian school.

Score one for the Bad Guy...


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Old 05-22-2012, 06:31 AM   #83 (permalink)
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Republican-created bill to bypass Church and State laws in Alabama foiled! I am extremely surprised to see this not passing in Alabama, of all places.







Finally, these politicians are being told "enough is enough" when it comes to the "God back in everything" campaigns. Having the 10 Commandment posted throughout schools will not stop people from robbing and killing, good teachers will.

I had a "God fearing, Republican" female teacher in 6th grade. During our science course we were discussing black holes and their origins. The only statement she would make on the subject was "That's where God lives." My emphatic rebuttals ended in a call to my parents, followed by a parent-teacher meeting, followed by said teacher's contract not being renewed and her moving to a private, Christian school.

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Why do you hate Jeezus so much? Didn't you hear that...

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More than ever, this is the time to prepare for the return of Jesus Christ. The Seventh Seal has now been opened and the world is being plunged into the final tribulation for mankind. Ronald Weinland, who is the pastor of God's Church on earth, has also been appointed by the God of Abraham to be His end-time prophet and one of the two end-time witnesses (and spokesman of both), preceding the return of Jesus Christ on May 27, 2012.The magnitude of these events will lead to the demise of the United States and the United Kingdom, which will lead to World War III. How is it possible or even conceivable that all these things can happen in such a short time? And what if none of these events have occurred as late as five, four, or even three days before Jesus Christ is to return? Is it truly reasonable that Christ is coming on May 27th? No, it is not reasonable, not within the parameters of man’s thinking. When this date was given just over three and a half years ago, it was not reasonable to people then, and now it has simply become that much more unreasonable.

But as the last apostle in this age, and as God’s end-time prophet, I am still telling people that this is true and that a short-lived WWIII is now at our doorstep.
The black hole dwelling Gawd is coming, and he's taking us with him.

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Why do you hate Jeezus so much? Didn't you hear that...

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More than ever, this is the time to prepare for the return of Jesus Christ. The Seventh Seal has now been opened and the world is being plunged into the final tribulation for mankind. Ronald Weinland, who is the pastor of God's Church on earth, has also been appointed by the God of Abraham to be His end-time prophet and one of the two end-time witnesses (and spokesman of both), preceding the return of Jesus Christ on May 27, 2012.The magnitude of these events will lead to the demise of the United States and the United Kingdom, which will lead to World War III. How is it possible or even conceivable that all these things can happen in such a short time? And what if none of these events have occurred as late as five, four, or even three days before Jesus Christ is to return? Is it truly reasonable that Christ is coming on May 27th? No, it is not reasonable, not within the parameters of manís thinking. When this date was given just over three and a half years ago, it was not reasonable to people then, and now it has simply become that much more unreasonable.

But as the last apostle in this age, and as Godís end-time prophet, I am still telling people that this is true and that a short-lived WWIII is now at our doorstep


The black hole dwelling Gawd is coming, and he's taking us with him.

I would hope you would be surprised to hear that this kind of reteric was the norm for the school I went to. Luckily, from a young age, I could see through it and just studied science, history and philosophy in order to help back up my opinions.

You would think once you progress in to junior high and finally to high school, this kind of "teaching" would cease, but it didn't. I'm extremely happy to see that even highly religious states are attempting to keep illogical nonsense out of their schools.
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The political parties aren't the problem. Yes, you have some crazies on both sides. Extreme liberals and extreme conservatives are two sides of the same coin of insanity. The extreme divide between liberals and conservatives and name calling on both sides does absolutely nothing to help anyone. The current political climate has downright required politicians to change their politics to even be considered electable. McCain went from being the "maverick" moderate republican to being a typical neo-con candidate for the 2008 election. Same thing is happening to Mitt Romney, who was a lot more moderate when he was governor of MA. The real problem in the U.S. is the money in politics. As for having more than two major political parties, I am not sure I understand this complaint. There are a lot of problems with having more than two major parties, such as majority rule not applying. Second, there is no law or clause in government that would prevent more than two major political parties, so I am not sure who or what this complaint is directed against.

Also OP, in American politics, leftist = big government, regulation, etc. and rightist = small government, deregulation, etc. Therefore a libertarian would be to the right while an anarchist would be far-right.
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The problem in politics is that it's a career. You don't do what's best for your constituents, you do what's best for your career. It really is a money problem, doing favors for anyone, this is both sides of the aisle, is the only way you can compete. Grassroots is dead, and it cannot ever compete.
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They are practically waging some kind of brainfucked out of the mind crusade against women, mexicans, muslims, blacks, gays, atheists, the poor, people with brains, scientists, socialists, enviromentalists, internet pirates, papists.
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The Republicans have the Tea Party which is why most people don't like them. Democrats aren't saints either but at least they're not as annoying and ignorant.
Liberals have Occupy. 10x worse than the Tea Party in terms of being dangerous.

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So i've done some research on the Ron Paul guy and all i can say is, WTF? Where do you find those people? It's like half of the Arkham got out and runs for your president. Please don't judge me, i don't mean to hurt anyone, but from what i've seen, this Ron Paul guy took anarchism (something that is far left) and twisted and turned it into something that is batshit crazy ultra far-right. From my perspective, it seems like he just took it as a platform to push ideas that would keep the goverment from controling large corporations so they can go apeshit. He's using words like libertarian wich seem far left and cater to younger population, but in the core, it's exactly the opposite, a highly conservative right wing. The guy also seem racist as fuck and out of his goddamn mind. Sorry if i've misjudged him but lol.
So much ignorance in this post here.

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So you're going to believe a pamphlet over a government certified birth certificate?

The editors even admitted that it was a mistake. All of this still has nothing to with this discussion.
Yet that agency asked the writers to provide their own biography. All that the pamphlet shows is that Obama is a liar.

Libertarian is the way to go, by the way.
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If you think Occupy is the liberal's answer to the Tea Party then you're on some trippy shit.

Anyways, I'm a reasonable liberal and I would stick my Snickers all up in Sarah Palin's pooper. Am I a moderate now?
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If you think Occupy is the liberal's answer to the Tea Party then you're on some trippy shit.

Anyways, I'm a reasonable liberal and I would stick my Snickers all up in Sarah Palin's pooper. Am I a moderate now?
Well, they are in terms of the Tea Party being the extreme right portion of the Republican Party and the Occupy being the extreme left portion of the Democrat Party. That probably isn't how it was intended but that is how it ended up being.


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There needs to be two new major parties in the United States. A Libertarian Party for people who are fiscally conservative, but don't want to buy in to the social conservative bullshit of the Republican Party. We also need a Socialist Party for the millions of Americans who think the Democrats aren't strong enough in their economic policies.
Personally, I feel that the Libertarian Party (or at least their platform) is going to have an influence in the future of the Republican Party, as I don't feel that they (The Republican Party) can survive in their current form.
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That's the stupid "corporate media false equivalency" bullshit that too many people who are oblivious to what's going on around fall for every single time. The Tea Party was looking to replace the moderate/centrist Republican party to the social extreme and fiscally damaging they have become now. Occupy was to just address the income inequality and corporate money being influence by government and politics, on both sides of the aisle.
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