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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...
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LRS

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By a phone book and plagiarism? God, there is dumb and there is dumber. Which are you? Never mind. He meant Bruiser, you know it, I know it, we know it, they know it,everybody, well, maybe except you, knows it. He puts Moe to shame.
No, by a large, floppy penis!
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This is who commits 95% of firearm crimes.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/02/05/ca...
Maybe jakeleg could get a job going around asking the criminals to please hand over their guns! LMAO!!!
Would you please mind showing me where, in that FoxNews.com "dépêche", ha ha, it says that 95% of firerarms crimes are committed by criminals, or simply, show me how this crappy bit of faux journalism indicates that , in your own words "This is who commits 95% of firearm crimes."

Okay, it's not just dumb, it is dumber. Is there another word beyond "dumber" that would better fit your "personnage"?
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Everyone seems to know it was a joke save Donald Trump which more or less would suggest he is in fact himself a joke. One would think a supposedly intelligent man would have had enough of making a public spectacle of himself, but apparently Trump is in fact every bit as stupid as he looks.
“Trump somehow thinks that he met the burden of proof by releasing an image of a birth certificate on the Internet. Since Trump is on record as rejecting this kind of proof as it pertains to Barack Obama, he can hardly argue that he has met it in regards to himself”
DR. CONSPIRACY
If Trump looks stupid with his planes, penthouses, etc., how do you think you look slaveboi? Like a flat-out loser. Honestly.
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ABC is a joke! Used to be a station with pride, no more though. Just trash!
Worse than Fox? Really? Is that at all possible? Hmmm, maybe, WND.com and Pravda, but they are not TV networks. So Fox wins the mediocrity oscar hands down, and hey, its listeners cheer, they think this is good news. "Hey, gand, we're mediocre" as they gulp more cheap beer and fire their guns in the air. Sigh

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I think white folk just like Obama's name. Never in the history of the entire Universe have one name been uttered so often and Never have any single human being been blamed for so much.
I'm wondering now if Obama is responsible for the levels of chlorine in my toothpaste!!! What say you Birthers? Should we organize a march on Washington about this? I'm feeling a bright idea coming on... If I say two words, followed by anything I'm trying to sell...I could be a millionaire over night.
Yep, Morrow has become just another ghetto of Atlanta. Just look at the South Lake Mall. Even J.C. Penny has pulled out. I will not go to the South Lake Mall after the sun sets. Sad, very sad.
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You have a funny way of showing it
Observations
We should desire all people to have what is truly good for them, not what is harmful to their souls or well being.

However,

opposing and rebuking sin out of sincere concern for the souls of the lost is not hatred.

It is done to help people be saved.

Nor

is it hatred to hope that evildoers will properly be punished by those in authority (criminals, children who disobey parents, etc.), because that too is best for them and for everyone involved.

http://www.gospelway.com/christianlife/hatred...

II. Things We Should Hate

A. Violence and Murder
B. Stealing, Greed, and Business Dishonesty
C. Lying and Deceit
D. Pride
E. Idolatry
F. False Teaching and False Religion
G. Sexual Immorality
H. All Sin

Conclusion
When people accuse others of hatred for speaking out against certain practices, the practices being discussed usually include homosexuality and abortion - both of which were once illegal in most places in the USA within our lifetime! Everybody spoke against them (if they spoke at all). Nobody was accused of "hate speech" or a "hate crime" to speak against them!

How can it be that, in a single lifetime, speaking against an act changes from something everybody knew should be done to a hate crime?

Do these people really believe that every time anybody speaks out against anything, he is guilty of "hate speech"?

So why do they accuse us of hatred?
It's a psychological trick, a form of manipulation and intimidation. By accusing us of hate:
1) They hope to make us feel guilty and keep quiet. Christians are supposed to love, not hate (they think). So if they can convince us that speaking against evil is hate, we will hush.

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Good people hate evil practices, and evil people hate good practices. So whose hatred is wrong? Good people hate and speak against the practices that God hates and speaks against. They are just imitating God and obeying His word. But evil people love what God hates, and they try to silence and punish those who obey God's command to oppose evil.

What you hate depends on whether or not you believe in God and His word.

Do you hate what God hates? Do you love what God loves?

http://www.gospelway.com/christianlife/hatred...

Note: If you wish to study further about topics mentioned in this lesson, please note the links listed below.
LRS

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Would you please mind showing me where, in that FoxNews.com "dépêche", ha ha, it says that 95% of firerarms crimes are committed by criminals, or simply, show me how this crappy bit of faux journalism indicates that , in your own words "This is who commits 95% of firearm crimes."
Okay, it's not just dumb, it is dumber. Is there another word beyond "dumber" that would better fit your "personnage"?
95% came from me. I'll bet you it's right also! Sounds like a great job for ya. Give it a "shot". LMAO!

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You wrote : "Several points here. This is on ABC News". You mean to say this is a serious source, unlike all your others like FoxNews.com or WN.com or or , you know, all your junk hate sites.
And why would Trump sue Maher for suggesting the truth?
Point one, I said ABC News because it is a George Soros approved site.
Next, he is suing Maher because he welshed on bet!!!

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Would you please mind showing me where, in that FoxNews.com "dépêche", ha ha, it says that 95% of firerarms crimes are committed by criminals, or simply, show me how this crappy bit of faux journalism indicates that , in your own words "This is who commits 95% of firearm crimes."
Okay, it's not just dumb, it is dumber. Is there another word beyond "dumber" that would better fit your "personnage"?
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95% came from me. I'll bet you it's right also! Sounds like a great job for ya. Give it a "shot". LMAO!
Well, Jacques thinks that an old person who is in their home and afraid they might be burglarized is a criminal because they by a gun to protect themselves.
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So I understand how there could be a perfunctory religious practice without any life in it that would cause one to hunger and yearn for something much more personal. And the offer of relationship touches that hunger.

But here's the problem: "having a relationship with God" in this sense is not at all unique to Christianity. Virtually every religion, it seems to me, has as its goal something intensely personal.

And this is why this distinction actually weakens our message if we're not careful. It's a version of "try Him you'll like Him." People can easily say, "No thanks, I'm trying something else right now and I like that just fine." In fact, that's been the response I've frequently gotten when I've offered Christianity to a non-believer with the appeal that it's not religion but a relationship. Their response: "I've already got a relationship with God, thank you."

The core of the Gospel isn't having a relationship with God, but being rightly related to God. The prepositions are absolutely critical here. Another way of putting it is you must have peace with God before you can have the peace of God, and there's a profound difference.

"Well, Koukl, now you're just fussing about words."

Yes, I'm fussing about words because words often make all the difference in the world.

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There are two kinds of peace in the New Testament, ladies and gentlemen. First is the feeling of peacefulness. It's mentioned as a fruit of the Spirit in Galatians 5:22, and is the feeling that guards our hearts and minds after prayer that Paul talks about in Philippians 4:6-7.

The second kind of peace is the cessation of hostility between two parties. Nations at war declare a truce and then enter into a period of peace. They're not fighting with each other any more.

http://www.str.org/site/News2...
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Worse than Fox? Really? Is that at all possible? Hmmm, maybe, WND.com and Pravda, but they are not TV networks. So Fox wins the mediocrity oscar hands down, and hey, its listeners cheer, they think this is good news. "Hey, gand, we're mediocre" as they gulp more cheap beer and fire their guns in the air. Sigh
You obviously have Americans confused with those uneducated, illiterate and barbaric sandchiggers you grew up with. They and you are still in the sixth century. Stuck forever more, quoth the Raven! Loon-a-tune
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The Lord's Prayer

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come. THY WILL BE DONE, on Earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but DELIVER US FROM EVIL.

For Thine is the kingdom and the POWER and the glory, forever and ever.

Amen †
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Or by article 22 of the constitution of Delaware,(1776,) which required all officers, besides an oath of allegiance, to make and subscribe the following declaration: "I, A.B., do profess [143 U.S. 457, 470] faith in God the Father, and in Jesus Christ His only Son, and in the Holy Ghost, one God, blessed for evermore; and I do acknowledge the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament to be given by divine inspiration."

Even the constitution of the United States, which is supposed to have little touch upon the private life of the individual, contains in the first amendment a declaration common to the constitutions of all the states, as follows: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof," etc.,- and also provides in article 1,§ 7,(a provision common to many constitutions,) that the executive shall have 10 days (Sundays excepted) within which to determine whether he will approve or veto a bill.
http://famguardian.org/Subjects/LawAndGovt/Ch...
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Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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Would you please mind showing me where, in that FoxNews.com "dépêche", ha ha, it says that 95% of firerarms crimes are committed by criminals, or simply, show me how this crappy bit of faux journalism indicates that , in your own words "This is who commits 95% of firearm crimes."
Okay, it's not just dumb, it is dumber. Is there another word beyond "dumber" that would better fit your "personnage"?
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Well, Jacques thinks that an old person who is in their home and afraid they might be burglarized is a criminal because they by a gun to protect themselves.
Yep, makes me wonder if jakeleg isn't a criminal himself. He only wants guns in the hands of cold blooded killers? Hmmm....
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jakeleg, why do you want innocent, law-abiding citizens to be unarmed while the criminal element will still have their weapons? jakeleg would like to see unarmed American citizens gunned down on a regular basis. This is how much jakeleg hates America and its people, just like his sandchigger relatives. I wonder if his sandchigger relatives have any more guts than he does? We all know the answer is "no". Off yourself immediately. TIA

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Christianity isn't a religion ...
It's a "way of LIFE" ...
FOR "me" ... <3
I’ll be sure and let those crazy academics know AL because they have Christianity listed as the largest religion in the world.

Truth be told I suspect a lot of folk simply say they’re Christian for lack of a better depiction of their true perspective. Those would be what Rogue refers to as the lapse Christians. LOL
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By a phone book and plagiarism? God, there is dumb and there is dumber. Which are you? Never mind. He meant Bruiser, you know it, I know it, we know it, they know it,everybody, well, maybe except you, knows it. He puts Moe to shame.
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No, by a large, floppy penis!
Not only does "penis" have no reason to be there, your short and absurd sentence has no relevance. KIs that a mirror description of your own by any chance?

I've told this before, but here goes again : Now everyone knows how those afflicted by the plague would have a bell hanging around their neck so as to warn the population they were coming. You should hang one around yours. Then and only then could you shout "Can you hear me coming?", and all would flee. Ha ha. What a loser. Still thinking that offshore Romney is president.
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I’ll be sure and let those crazy academics know AL because they have Christianity listed as the largest religion in the world.
Truth be told I suspect a lot of folk simply say they’re Christian for lack of a better depiction of their true perspective. Those would be what Rogue refers to as the lapse Christians. LOL
It went right over your head slaveboi. LMAO!

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