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Kim Stephenson - NACA

Rowlett, TX

#1 Apr 23, 2013
Thursday April 25, 2013 at 7:00 pm
Lighthouse Harbor Church in Pelican Bay

Everyone is invited to Lighthouse Harbor Church on Thursday April 25th to meet and greet the Candidates for the Pelican Bay City Council Election on May 11, 2013.
Dinner will be served at 6:00 pm for all interested and the Candidate Forum will start at 7:00 pm. Desserts will be provided after the forum.

All candidates are invited to come and meet the public.

Voting is our right and our responsibility. Let's meet the candidates and vote.
Crazy PB

United States

#2 Apr 23, 2013
Kim Stephenson - NACA wrote:
Thursday April 25, 2013 at 7:00 pm
Lighthouse Harbor Church in Pelican Bay
Everyone is invited to Lighthouse Harbor Church on Thursday April 25th to meet and greet the Candidates for the Pelican Bay City Council Election on May 11, 2013.
Dinner will be served at 6:00 pm for all interested and the Candidate Forum will start at 7:00 pm. Desserts will be provided after the forum.
All candidates are invited to come and meet the public.
Voting is our right and our responsibility. Let's meet the candidates and vote.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! Finally a chance to hear from the candidates. Those who choose not to show up and discuss their views do not deserve votes. Thank you again for hosting this. It has been a long time coming!
my2cents

Azle, TX

#3 Apr 23, 2013
Finally a real meet and greet where all the candidates are invited and not just the three that did their own thing. I would like to see them debate each other.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#4 Apr 24, 2013
Spooky idea, do you think they can debate and no one get arrested?
Jacob

Azle, TX

#5 Apr 24, 2013
There is seriously something wrong here, the "wall of separation of church and state" why would this church involve itself in political business? I have never known any church to involve their selves. It was put in the Constitution for a reason, This is very unethical for them to do so. The ethics commission needs to know about this, You people are nuts"
Praying

Netherlands

#7 Apr 24, 2013
Texan wrote:
Spooky idea, do you think they can debate and no one get arrested?
Agree!
Let's pray that MARSHAL doesn't bring his gun!
Who will he get into a fight with this time.
stupid

United States

#8 Apr 24, 2013
Jacob are you just stupid or what? Using the building don't mean your involving the church. It is merely a building. See the trashy trio don't want others to see how un educated the truly are.
Good luck at the church and may some common sence prevail.
No Robin
No Tish
No Morely
stupid

United States

#9 Apr 24, 2013
stupid wrote:
Jacob are you just stupid or what? Using the building don't mean your involving the church. It is merely a building. See the trashy trio don't want others to see how un educated the truly are.
Good luck at the church and may some common sence prevail.
No Robin
No Tish
No Morely
no MARSHAL
Texan

Wichita, KS

#10 Apr 24, 2013
The first 10 Amendments are known as the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment in regard to religion; Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting thefree exercise thereof; That friends and neighbors is exactly what the First Amendment says. No where in The Constitution will you find the word "wall of seperation between church and state" So Jacob if you can find those words anywhere in the Constitution I will give my true given name, then never come back on this forum, not ever for any reason. So while there are those who may not like it, there is nothing illegal or un-Constitutional about it. Lastly if you haven't read the Constitution don't quote it. It make you appear to be ignorant.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#11 Apr 24, 2013
PS pardon my dropping the s in two pluaralities as that makes me appear ignorant; but I have read the Constitution many times, and I do know what it says.
ProbablyOK

Germany

#12 Apr 24, 2013
There are FECA and IRS tax codes that limit a church's involvement in political issues. But, as long as the church, as a church, isn't involved in certain political issues it looks OK to use the church as a meeting hall. The church pastor should check the IRS tax codes especially.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#13 Apr 24, 2013
Having go back and read the original post on this particular topic: Folks this is merely a meet and greet with all candidates invited. As long as The Church doesn't endorse anyone, or forward a political agenda, they are nothing more or nothing less than a meeting hall.
Crazy PB

United States

#14 Apr 25, 2013
Jacob wrote:
There is seriously something wrong here, the "wall of separation of church and state" why would this church involve itself in political business? I have never known any church to involve their selves. It was put in the Constitution for a reason, This is very unethical for them to do so. The ethics commission needs to know about this, You people are nuts"
They are not campaigning for a candidate - they are offering a building. If we have leaders in the city with even a hint of backbone, they would have had this in city hall. They didn't want people becoming informed voters. Too late now as I have heard many people are anxious to attend! And where did you get the phrase "wall of separation of church and state?" Never seen that before.
YAWN

Azle, TX

#15 Apr 25, 2013
Texan wrote:
The first 10 Amendments are known as the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment in regard to religion; Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting thefree exercise thereof; That friends and neighbors is exactly what the First Amendment says. No where in The Constitution will you find the word "wall of seperation between church and state" So Jacob if you can find those words anywhere in the Constitution I will give my true given name, then never come back on this forum, not ever for any reason. So while there are those who may not like it, there is nothing illegal or un-Constitutional about it. Lastly if you haven't read the Constitution don't quote it. It make you appear to be ignorant.
If you were as smart as you think you are, you would know that Jefferson wrote a letter to the Danbury Baptists, in which he referred to the 1st Amendment. This letter, containing the phrase "separation of church and state" also went on to say "...the whole American people which declared that their legislature should 'make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,' thus building a wall of separation between Church & State...."

So, while the amendment itself does not contain the words "wall of separation between Church & State", it was uttered by the great man Jefferson, specifically about the 1st amendment. Spend some time reading, instead of picking apart the beliefs of those you don't agree with.

That friends and neighbors is, known as Texan just got OWNED!
Texan

Wichita, KS

#16 Apr 26, 2013
I stated a fact, a reference to the First Amendment can be made in a letter by anyone, great man or total idiot and it is still nothing more than a reference, not a part of The Constitution. I was not picking anyones beliefs a part, merely stating a fact. That friends and neighbors is known as Texan showing YAWN for the moron he is.
YAWN

Azle, TX

#17 Apr 26, 2013
Texan wrote:
I stated a fact, a reference to the First Amendment can be made in a letter by anyone, great man or total idiot and it is still nothing more than a reference, not a part of The Constitution. I was not picking anyones beliefs a part, merely stating a fact. That friends and neighbors is known as Texan showing YAWN for the moron he is.
Now you are showing just how stupid you are. Jefferson was a Founding Father. Not just 'anyone'. How can anyone not know that. Incredulous.
Maybe you need to spend more time educating yourself, and less time running your mouth.
confused

Fort Worth, TX

#18 Apr 26, 2013
Who is pink sock and Cyclopes that I keep hearing about? And who is this Sara lady that dates someone named Frawley, Oberg and Tynes?
Indian Blood

Fairfield, CA

#19 Apr 27, 2013
That would be Dawn, Robin and Mike Jones.
Crazy

Orinda, CA

#21 Apr 28, 2013
You guys are all crazy Chicken Fucher's out in Pelican Bay.
Texan

Wichita, KS

#22 Apr 29, 2013
I know who Jefferson was dumba--. That still DOES NOT make a letter that he wrote to anyone whether it be a preacher, baker, or candle stick maker a part of The Constitution. You are the one who needs to educate themself. Go pick up a copy of The Constitution, read it and then tell me exactly where in The Constitution it is located. Untill then ----------.

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