Bible study rules for public schools proposed

Feb 10, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Courier-Journal

FRANKFORT, Ky. - The state would create rules for teaching about the Bible in public high schools under a bill filed Monday by three Democratic senators.

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<quoted text>Well terrorism in this case and in Iraq would be a silly foreign policy. But it was your complaint about terrorism and appeasement, not mine. Just wanted to show your hypocrisy. Looks like it worked. Not that I needed to try hard. You usually do it on your own.
And I am pretty sure Obama was in control when Bin Laden was shown justice. To bad Bush diverted to Iraq. Maybe he could have got him if he had focus in the guy who attacked us on 9/11.
Maybe if Clinton hadn't been so slack to start with, bin_laden wouldn't have even had a chance to perpetuate his plans as devised in the Clinton years.

NONE of which really has anything at all to do with the CURRENT (as in 2013--not the 90's) issues with Syria.
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<quoted text>You avoid all intellectual conversation, so I certainly did not expect you to start now.
Believe what you wish. Unlike your god, I support religious freedom.
Did my pet frog have a conversation with you while it was out sunning itself on it's favorite rock yesterday, as to what it thinks about religious freedoms?

(YEAH-that is how STUPID your nothing but egocentric, ASSumptive, idiotic "your God" ignorant statement Was.)
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They constantly contradict themselves, much like their favorite old book.
Sista... who wants an "intellectual" discussion but who talks baby talk and resorts to name calling nearly every post.
Yaa... who can do no better than screaming "no, you're wrong" but still expects us to believe (with no proof other than his words) that his fairy tale is real.
Curious... who does what is wrong, knowing it's wrong, but it's ok since he can apologize to Yahweh and all will be well in his world.
KnownFact... well, what can I say about someone who MUST post cut and paste because he can't think for himself well enough to debate his beliefs? LOL! At least he is boringly consistant.
Attack and belittle others, at others expense.

All while you yourself were doing nothing but exactly that--

thank you for being a shining example of

Exhibit A.

NOTHING But Ignorance...and blatant hypocrisy.
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My uncle used to tell me that those people who self proclaimed themselves to be "Ethical" and felt no need to feel ashamed of anything they had ever done ,did so ,on the basis that they had no shame.
Self-righteousness (also called sanctimoniousness, sententiousness, and holier-than-thou attitudes[1]) is a feeling or display of (usually smug) moral superiority[2] derived from a sense that one's beliefs, actions, or affiliations are of greater virtue than those of the average person.
The term "self-righteous" is often considered derogatory particularly because self-righteous individuals are often thought to exhibit hypocrisy due to the belief that humans are imperfect and can therefore never be infallible, an idea similar to that of the Freudian defense mechanism of reaction formation. The connection between self-righteousness and hypocrisy predates Freud's views, however, as evidenced by the 1899 book Good Mrs. Hypocrite: A Study in Self-Righteousness, by the pseudonymous author "Rita."
Now , compound your problem by using your other monikers to defend your position. LOL
The mafia Dons ,much like yourself ,all have a high opinion of themselves ...As do all the convicts sitting in jail And those in mental asylums.
According to them ,just like you , they also claim to have never done anything for which they need feel ashamed
Brilliant!
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It is you . I do not wonder , I know why .
You are foolish at heart.
Self serving and rather egotisTical too.

Goes with the over all lacking in ethical attributes realms sometimes it would seem.

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It is you . I do not wonder , I know why .
You are foolish at heart.
So I am foolish for not trusting the testimony of someone who contradicts himself constantly? Now I see why you are a believer.

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Why would I wish to have double standards...when I'm quite content with my own standards of morality, ethics and integrity.
Or were you talking about your own double standards?
Try actually pointing out the standards I have that are of double. You consistently make accusations with zero evidence. Typical of believers.
The "I am rubber, you are glue..." childish schoolyard tactics are getting old.
Try actually debating.

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I claimed you spewed bullchit.
I find the infantile practice of just running around pitchforking people and assailing them directly with names like "liars" are those with serious mental problems.
Or absolutely possessing no class what so ever-kind of like the idiot breeds that shows like Jerwee Spwinger cater to.
Skank nasty herd packs that flock onto the ghetto platforms to display their ignorant idiotocracy daily that those are.
Again, try just debating for a change, instead of hypocritically charging us with that pitchfork and whining.

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You're not doing very well then....not very well at all.
It is hard, when I have zero people to debate here.

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Now that's a little better, much more specific and defined...and we would agree on your two points made, as well as the simplistic levels behind those who would even consider such to be meant as any sort of literal "directives".
And you didn't even have to stoop to some idiotTic, ignorant name calling level either.
But you did have to resort to name calling.

Now are you saying all that followed the direct demands of Deuteronomy 13 6-10 are the simplistic minded? Are you saying the scripture was metaphorical?

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Because in my opinion the subject matter was not even worth one, let alone two sentences.
(As I TRIED to explain in an earlier post....)
So the recent wars are not worth discussing?

Lets break this down a bit. You supported the Bush wars, and you oppose the Obama conflicts(no wars). The reasons you give for the US needing to stop with the Obama conflicts is because you want the Muslims to just blow themselves up and we stay out of it.
Well I am asking, if this is the case, then why did the Bush wars not follow that rule of yours?

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Maybe if Clinton hadn't been so slack to start with, bin_laden wouldn't have even had a chance to perpetuate his plans as devised in the Clinton years.
NONE of which really has anything at all to do with the CURRENT (as in 2013--not the 90's) issues with Syria.
Maybe if the right wing did not cry "waging the dog" when Clinton started bombing the Bin Laden sites, he would not have eased back on him. But their are a lot of "what if's", and I am not letting Clinton off the hook either. What if Regan had not helped Bin Laden organize, fund and weaponize his crew? Maybe Bin Laden would have been taken out by the Russians. But none of this has anything to do with Obama. Obama was the guy who focused on Bin Laden and the results showed it worked. Bin Laden was taken down in his administration. Obama was not as slack as Clinton, Bush Sr., Reagan, or Bush Jr., on Bin Laden.

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Did my pet frog have a conversation with you while it was out sunning itself on it's favorite rock yesterday, as to what it thinks about religious freedoms?
(YEAH-that is how STUPID your nothing but egocentric, ASSumptive, idiotic "your God" ignorant statement Was.)
Back to the name calling? You did so well last post. Short lived.

Did I say anything about your stance on religious freedom? Nope, I spoke of the god you worship and his stance on religious freedom. Try reading a bit more carefully.

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Did my pet frog have a conversation with you while it was out sunning itself on it's favorite rock yesterday, as to what it thinks about religious freedoms?
(YEAH-that is how STUPID your nothing but egocentric, ASSumptive, idiotic "your God" ignorant statement Was.)
My bad, looks like I read your post wrong. I see you now claim a frog as your god, so you can avoid the passage of Deuteronomy showing how the god of the bible is against religious freedom.
But of course we all know this frog is not the god you worship.
Look me up when you are ready for an honest debate.

You wish for a book that hates religious freedom to be taught in schools.

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Self serving and rather egotisTical too.
Goes with the over all lacking in ethical attributes realms sometimes it would seem.
The very next post you had to show your hypocrisy.

Self-righteousness (also called sanctimoniousness, sententiousness, and holier-than-thou attitudes[1]) is a feeling or display of (usually smug) moral superiority[2]

You are claiming I am "lacking in ethical attributes" yet cannot see that this is display of moral superiority?
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<quoted text>So I am foolish for not trusting the testimony of someone who contradicts himself constantly? Now I see why you are a believer.
No,,,You are just foolish...Period....but you are not alone.

Show me where I have contradicted myself by posting what I wrote in it's entirety,,,not just by taking snippets out of context or by inserting staements which I never made.
Chroeme is noted for that tactic...
BTW do you know whether it might be raining or thundering at LODI"S work sight.
He hasn't posted anything today.
Or,,,Just maybe his supervisor got wise to LODI's locking himself in the toilet for 3 hours at a time so he can get paid while posting on Topix...
Scurrilous behaviour ,wouldn't you agree....
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Something about Putin I was not aware of;"That's what makes America different," the president said. "That's what makes us exceptional."

Seizing on that, Putin said: "I would rather disagree with a case he made on American exceptionalism.... It is extremely dangerous to encourage people to see themselves as exceptional, whatever the motivation.... We are all different, but when we ask for the Lord's blessings, we must not forget that God created us equal."

It wasn’t until the double-whammy of 1) his wife’s car accident in 1993 and 2) a life-threatening house fire in 1996 that Putin began questioning his atheism. During a vulnerable moment before Putin departed for a diplomatic trip to Israel, his mother gave him a baptismal cross. He said of the occasion:

I did as she said and then put the cross around my neck. I have never taken it off since.1

Now, Putin has become a bit of a zealot. He seems to want to reestablish a pre-Soviet combination of church and state, saying:

First and foremost we should be governed by common sense. But common sense should be based on moral principles first. And it is not possible today to have morality separated from religious values.3

Furthermore, Putin has proposed compulsory religion and ethics classes for Russian students.4

It does seem that God does work in mysterious ways.
What can we make of all of this?

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No,,,You are just foolish...Period....but you are not alone.
Show me where I have contradicted myself by posting what I wrote in it's entirety,,,not just by taking snippets out of context or by inserting staements which I never made.
Chroeme is noted for that tactic...
BTW do you know whether it might be raining or thundering at LODI"S work sight.
He hasn't posted anything today.
Or,,,Just maybe his supervisor got wise to LODI's locking himself in the toilet for 3 hours at a time so he can get paid while posting on Topix...
Scurrilous behaviour ,wouldn't you agree....
So you judge me "foolish..period" and this is not "Self-righteousness (also called sanctimoniousness, sententiousness, and holier-than-thou attitudes[1]) is a feeling or display of (usually smug) moral superiority[2] derived from a sense that one's beliefs, actions, or affiliations are of greater virtue than those of the average person."?

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No,,,You are just foolish...Period....but you are not alone.
Show me where I have contradicted myself by posting what I wrote in it's entirety,,,not just by taking snippets out of context or by inserting staements which I never made.
Chroeme is noted for that tactic...
BTW do you know whether it might be raining or thundering at LODI"S work sight.
He hasn't posted anything today.
Or,,,Just maybe his supervisor got wise to LODI's locking himself in the toilet for 3 hours at a time so he can get paid while posting on Topix...
Scurrilous behaviour ,wouldn't you agree....
"Or,,,Just maybe his supervisor got wise to LODI's locking himself in the toilet for 3 hours at a time so he can get paid while posting on Topix..."

"Self-righteousness (also called sanctimoniousness, sententiousness, and holier-than-thou attitudes[1]) is a feeling or display of (usually smug) moral superiority[2] derived from a sense that one's beliefs, actions, or affiliations are of greater virtue than those of the average person."

You are a hypocrite. How many examples must I show? I show them daily. Have you not been paying attention?

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Something about Putin I was not aware of;"That's what makes America different," the president said. "That's what makes us exceptional."
Seizing on that, Putin said: "I would rather disagree with a case he made on American exceptionalism.... It is extremely dangerous to encourage people to see themselves as exceptional, whatever the motivation.... We are all different, but when we ask for the Lord's blessings, we must not forget that God created us equal."
It wasn’t until the double-whammy of 1) his wife’s car accident in 1993 and 2) a life-threatening house fire in 1996 that Putin began questioning his atheism. During a vulnerable moment before Putin departed for a diplomatic trip to Israel, his mother gave him a baptismal cross. He said of the occasion:
I did as she said and then put the cross around my neck. I have never taken it off since.1
Now, Putin has become a bit of a zealot. He seems to want to reestablish a pre-Soviet combination of church and state, saying:
First and foremost we should be governed by common sense. But common sense should be based on moral principles first. And it is not possible today to have morality separated from religious values.3
Furthermore, Putin has proposed compulsory religion and ethics classes for Russian students.4
It does seem that God does work in mysterious ways.
What can we make of all of this?
Sounds as if you and Putin are promoting a theocracy. Scary.
But he is right about claiming being exceptional. Obama got a lot of grief from republicans not claiming America was exceptional, so I guess he caved to their pressure. He should tune their crap out sometimes and stand true to his real feelings. Hypocrisy always makes you look bad.

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