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Cornelia, GA

#40469 Apr 7, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
It always amuses me when those who want to discredit Christianity pull verses out of context to "prove" their points about Christianity. You're not convincing anyone of anything but your own ignorance. Pardon me, I mean "confirming", we've already been convinced.

That poster can be counted on to post deception statements with every post..........his intent is to prove he's on of the biggest dummies on topix..........there are others of course, but he wants to be number 1..........he has my vote..........

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Cornelia, GA

#40470 Apr 7, 2014
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text>Yep, all we need now is about one more good dose of 'trickle down' reganomics, to finally finish this country off for good! I see you changed you again, but you are still the "same" ahole.

Aint nothing gonna help this country you big dummy..........you libroids have already ruined it..........go de-worm you mangy cat..........




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Cornelia, GA

#40472 Apr 7, 2014


While every sensible person knows the Earth is still Alive, with Earthquakes, Volcanos, and other such natural occurrences that will most likely cause enough disasters to destroy modern day living standards..........


Here is one potential example..........

"Mega Tsunami could wipe out East Coast of the United States"

If we're lucky, it'll flood D.C..........

"Mega Tsunami could wipe out East Coast of the United States"

http://www.interestingeverything.com/2011/12/...


And a Volcano is similar to jeb's zits on a much larger scale..........emitting the poison within..........


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Cornelia, GA

#40473 Apr 7, 2014


Gotta love this story..........


Cops beat up on Firemen..........our finest protectors creating more animosity amongst each other..........sorta like watching the demos eat each other alive over obamacare this year, during the election season..........



"NYC cops, firemen get in massive brawl at charity hockey game"

http://nypost.com/2014/04/06/nypd-fdny-get-in...

AnybodyButDeal

United States

#40474 Apr 7, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
It always amuses me when those who want to discredit Christianity pull verses out of context to "prove" their points about Christianity. You're not convincing anyone of anything but your own ignorance. Pardon me, I mean "confirming", we've already been convinced.
Yeah well some stuff is hard to "swallow" no matter who you are. Or just be dumb and no questions.

And Jesus said, "For judgement I am come into this world." (John 9:39)
"I came not to judge the world" (John 12:47)

"For God so loved the world" (John 3:16)
“Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.”(1 John 2:15)

"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." (Matthew 5:16)
"Take heed that ye do not your alms before men, to be seen of them: otherwise ye have no reward of your Father which is in heaven." (Matthew 6:1)

"Jacob said,'I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved.'" (Genesis 32:30)
"No man hath seen God at any time." (John 1:18)

We should fear God (Matthew 10:28)
We should love God (Matthew 22:37)
There is no fear in love (1 John 4:18)
WasBushStupid

United States

#40475 Apr 7, 2014
How to find hate for Bush and Republican in 10 easy steps:

13.Attacked United Nation weapons inspectors. The march to war in Iraq started with White House attacks on the credibility of U.N. weapons inspectors in Iraq, whose claims that Saddam Hussein did not have nuclear weapons proved to be true.

14. He flat-out lied about Iraq’s weapons.In a major in October 2002, he said that Saddam Hussein had the capacity to send unmanned aircraft to the U.S. with bombs that could range from chemical weapons to nuclear devices.“We cannot wait for the final proof—the smoking gun—that could come in the form of a mushroom cloud,” he said.

15. He ignored the U.N. and launched a war.The Bush administration tried to get the U.N. Security Council to authorize an attack on Iraq, which it refused to do. Bush then decided to lead a "preemptive" attack regardless of international consequences. He did not wait for any congressional authorization to launch a war.
WasBushStupid

United States

#40476 Apr 7, 2014
Jeb Bush says it's love but I say that it is still "breaking and entering" into our country. But wait, Jeb says it's okay because they want "to provide for their families". So if they break into his home, his pantry, to get food for their family then he will be good with that?

He sounds just like his brother W acted on immigration. More illegal immigrants waltzed in unabated under Idjut Bush than any other president.

What Jeb Bush says:

"On immigration, he said that those who come into the country illegally generally do so because they had no other means to provide for their family, and what they did is “not a felony.”
“It’s an act of love. It’s an act of commitment to your family,” Bush said.“I honestly think that that is a different kind of crime. There should be a price paid, but it shouldn’t rile people up that people are actually coming to this country to provide for their families.”
Dabber

Saint Marys, GA

#40477 Apr 7, 2014
Not going to matter because who ever gets elected Camden will have voted for someone else.

The base will move and that is the way the cookie grumbles (crumble) around Camden
guest

United States

#40478 Apr 7, 2014
prove it wrote:
<quoted text>
You may not believe in a lot of things, one thing for sure you ARE a NUTCASE.
Science, physics, astronomy are all a load of bull. If you didn't see it means it didn't happen or doesn't exist?? How does your mind actually work and why??
You don't think you are a Nut , prove it.
"Science, physics, astronomy are all a load of bull."

And there you have it folks. The stubborn and pinched mind set that is dragging our country backwards in time and efforts. It's this poor excuse for understanding that makes it both relevant and extremely important that folks who subscribe to this kind of nonsense and their supporters do not gain access to influential positions in government that enables them to affect policies that are a not only a direct hindrence but also a direct threat to progress and growth in an ever changing and complex society. I think that it is quite fine for those who, like the above poster, wish to live in ignorance and defiance of reality, but they have no business infecting the broader society with that nonsense.
WasBushStupid

United States

#40479 Apr 7, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
It always amuses me when those who want to discredit Christianity pull verses out of context to "prove" their points about Christianity.
You can be amused? No one would "want to discredit Christianity" anymore than any other religion. BUT, BUT, BUT everyone has just as much right to discussion of it as you, any church, any clergyman, and scholar. There are no rules restricting that right. Get over it. So go ahead, you can cover your ears while hollering, "Nah, nah, nah, nah ..I can't hear you. Nah, nah, nah." LOL.

One cannot quote the bible out of context. Each single part, as the whole, is literal. There are parts of the Bible that are never read in any Church, Bible study group, or Sunday School class. Why? Because those parts are an embarrassment to the Bible-believer. They too just cannot accept those parts so they they never read or mention them. Their explanation usually runs like "Some things Godly are best left to God".

2 Peter 1:20 "no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation."
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#40480 Apr 7, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
It always amuses me when those who want to discredit Christianity pull verses out of context to "prove" their points about Christianity. You're not convincing anyone of anything but your own ignorance. Pardon me, I mean "confirming", we've already been convinced.
It always amuses me when some want to prove the validity of their religion and they pull verses out their holy book as proof of their beliefs, as if such "proof" transforms mere beliefs into actual facts.

Better yet, it's a real gut-bustin' knee-slapper, when they bemoan the "intolerance" of others who just don't see things thru the same filter. Course this attitude merely confirms that these folks really don't understand the truly secular nature of this country.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#40481 Apr 7, 2014
Kentucky Showcases Paul Ryan's Wrong-Way War on Poverty
http://www.perrspectives.com/blog/archives/00...

That Paul Ryan's one-man crusade against poverty has gotten off to a laughably bad start should have surprised no one. After all, his various "roadmaps" and GOP budgets have called for giving massive tax cuts for the rich, slashing non-defense discretionary spending to its lowest share of the U.S. economy in generations, privatizing Social Security and turning Medicare into an underfunded voucher scheme, all measures certain to make poverty in America worse. Ryan's claim that LBJ's War on Poverty exacerbated the problem was thoroughly debunked and mocked by many of the same experts whose research he cited. And with his jeremiads about "makers and takers" and turning "the safety net into a hammock," Congressman Ryan displayed his disdain for the very people he pretends to want to help.

But with his "inarticulate" comment this week about lazy men "in our inner cities," Paul Ryan tried to put a face--a black face--on American poverty. As it turns out, Ryan's dog-whistle to the GOP's right-wing base wasn't merely cynical, it was also wrong.

After all, about two-thirds of the nation's 46.5 million people living in poverty are white. The U.S. Census Bureau also informs us that the 17.7 percent poverty rate in rural areas is almost three points higher than the national average.(Poverty is highest in the South, which in 2012 was the only part of the country where it increased.) In many cities and across the countryside, tectonic structural changes in regional economies, and not Paul Ryan's "tailspin of culture," are wiping out good paying jobs. The result is that many communities are sustained by a patchwork of federal and state programs helping to provide food assistance, income support, unemployment benefits, health care and more.

To put it another way, the faces of American poverty can be found in Rust Belt cities, in the Mississippi Delta and in Appalachia. And now--just as it did when LBJ launched his War on Poverty 50 years ago--Kentucky shows why.....

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#40482 Apr 7, 2014
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
"Science, physics, astronomy are all a load of bull."
And there you have it folks. The stubborn and pinched mind set that is dragging our country backwards in time and efforts. It's this poor excuse for understanding that makes it both relevant and extremely important that folks who subscribe to this kind of nonsense and their supporters do not gain access to influential positions in government that enables them to affect policies that are a not only a direct hindrence but also a direct threat to progress and growth in an ever changing and complex society. I think that it is quite fine for those who, like the above poster, wish to live in ignorance and defiance of reality, but they have no business infecting the broader society with that nonsense.
And speaking of taking things out of context, you are conveniently ignoring the post by "not a religous (sic) nutcase" that this was in response to, where he/she specifically stated:

"That happened 13 billion years ago HOW DO YOU KNOW? WERE YOU THERE? WAS ANYONE TAKING NOTES?"

"prove it" responded with:
"Science, physics, astronomy are all a load of bull. If you didn't see it means it didn't happen or doesn't exist?? How does your mind actually work and why??"

A perfectly valid response, unless you leave out the last two sentences like you did.
Were you deliberately trying to twist the meaning or was it a comprehension problem again?

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#40483 Apr 7, 2014
WasBushStupid wrote:
<quoted text>
You can be amused? No one would "want to discredit Christianity" anymore than any other religion. BUT, BUT, BUT everyone has just as much right to discussion of it as you, any church, any clergyman, and scholar. There are no rules restricting that right. Get over it. So go ahead, you can cover your ears while hollering, "Nah, nah, nah, nah ..I can't hear you. Nah, nah, nah." LOL.
One cannot quote the bible out of context. Each single part, as the whole, is literal. There are parts of the Bible that are never read in any Church, Bible study group, or Sunday School class. Why? Because those parts are an embarrassment to the Bible-believer. They too just cannot accept those parts so they they never read or mention them. Their explanation usually runs like "Some things Godly are best left to God".
2 Peter 1:20 "no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation."
You aren't interested in discussion, your posts suggest a mind that is too closed, locked and sealed to be interested in an actual discussion. "One cannot quote the bible (sic) out of context." Now there is rank stupidity on display - ANY piece of writing or speech can be taken out of context - context is everything.

And how would you know what is or is not discussed in "any Church, Bible study group, or Sunday School class" - you've attended THEM ALL? There are entire books written on the "difficult passages of the Bible", I've been in services, classes and studies where they have been discussed. Your claim to omniscience is quite ironic considering the topic.
same

Cornelia, GA

#40484 Apr 7, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
<quoted text>
You aren't interested in discussion, your posts suggest a mind that is too closed, locked and sealed to be interested in an actual discussion. "One cannot quote the bible (sic) out of context." Now there is rank stupidity on display - ANY piece of writing or speech can be taken out of context - context is everything.
And how would you know what is or is not discussed in "any Church, Bible study group, or Sunday School class" - you've attended THEM ALL? There are entire books written on the "difficult passages of the Bible", I've been in services, classes and studies where they have been discussed. Your claim to omniscience is quite ironic considering the topic.

As Syn says........."it's useless to reply to that dummy"..........


Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#40485 Apr 7, 2014
same wrote:
<quoted text>
As Syn says........."it's useless to reply to that dummy"..........
Can't argue with that.
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Cornelia, GA

#40486 Apr 7, 2014
Oh my wrote:
Kentucky Showcases Paul Ryan's Wrong-Way War on Poverty
http://www.perrspectives.com/blog/archives/00...

It's according to which "rose collored" glasses one looks through dummy..........and use quotes marks...or otherwise someone might think your smart, instead of a dummy..........

“How has poverty changed over time?
In the late 1950s, the poverty rate for all Americans was 22.4 percent, or 39.5 million individuals. These numbers declined steadily throughout the 1960s, reaching a low of 11.1 percent, or 22.9 million individuals, in 1973. Over the next decade, the poverty rate fluctuated between 11.1 and 12.6 percent, but it began to rise steadily again in 1980. By 1983, the number of poor individuals had risen to 35.3 million individuals, or 15.2 percent.
For the next ten years, the poverty rate remained above 12.8 percent, increasing to 15.1 percent, or 39.3 million individuals, by 1993. The rate declined for the remainder of the decade, to 11.3 percent by 2000. From 2000 to 2004 it rose each year to 12.7 in 2004.
Since the late 1960s, the poverty rate for people over 65 has fallen dramatically. The poverty rate for children has historically been somewhat higher than the overall poverty rate. The poverty rate for people in households headed by single women is significantly higher than the overall poverty rate.
How does poverty differ across subgroups?
The poverty rate for all persons masks considerable variation between racial/ethnic subgroups. Poverty rates for blacks and Hispanics greatly exceed the national average. In 2010, 27.4 percent of blacks and 26.6 percent of Hispanics were poor, compared to 9.9 percent of non-Hispanic whites and 12.1 percent of Asians.
Poverty rates are highest for families headed by single women, particularly if they are black or Hispanic. In 2010, 31.6 percent of households headed by single women were poor, while 15.8 percent of households headed by single men and 6.2 percent of married-couple households lived in poverty.
There are also differences between native-born and foreign-born residents. In 2010, 19.9 percent of foreign-born residents lived in poverty, compared to 14.4 percent of residents born in the United States. Foreign-born, non-citizens had an even higher incidence of poverty, at a rate of 26.7 percent.”

http://www.npc.umich.edu/poverty/

“The poverty rate has stood at 15 percent for three consecutive years, the first time that has happened since the mid-1960s. The poverty rate in 1965 was 17.3 percent; it was 12.5 percent in 2007, before the Great Recession.
About 50 million Americans live below the poverty line, which the federal government defined in 2012 as an annual income of $23,492 for a family of four.”

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jan/...

And as Obama lies……….
“Gene Sperling, the president’s top economic adviser, said Mr. Obama has pulled as many as 9 million people out of poverty with policies such as extending the earned income tax credit for parents with three or more children and reducing the “marriage penalty.””

This chart shows the lie…………..
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Number_in_P...

Also shows Obama as the worst president ever!!!!!!!!!!

“Poverty level under Obama breaks 50-year record”

Highest since Johnson created welfare…….
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Cornelia, GA

#40487 Apr 7, 2014

When red lines mean nothing and you talk out of both sides of your mouth, world leaders pay attention and then ignore you..........

such is the fate of Obama and Kerry's sorry foreign policy in the middle east..........with some kind of "time line" now in place..........
A time line is a red line that moves also..........and no one can find it..........



"US Secretary of State John Kerry, who has invested more than a year of intensive shuttle diplomacy, said there were "limits" to the time Washington could devote to the process.

"This is not open-ended," Kerry said in Morocco, adding that it was "reality check" time and he would evaluate with President Barack Obama Washington's next move.

"There are limits to the amount of time and effort that the United States can spend if the parties themselves are unwilling to take constructive steps."

Kerry spoke to both Israeli and Palestinian leaders on Thursday in a desperate bid to bring the two sides back from the brink.

But Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas rejected his appeals to withdraw the applications he signed on Tuesday to adhere to 15 international treaties, a Palestinian official told AFP.

And Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ignored appeals to refrain from "unhelpful" tit-for-tat moves and asked officials to draw up a range of tough reprisals, Israeli media reported."



http://news.yahoo.com/kerry-evaluate-next-ste...

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Cornelia, GA

#40488 Apr 7, 2014


Looks like the Senate race is getting a little nasty on the repub side..........

" “Look at the backgrounds. Look at the credentials. There’s a high school graduate in this race, okay? I’m sorry.”

You may think that after this event perhaps Mr. Perdue felt bad about what he said, but in contrast his campaign released a statement stating,“David was simply making the case that he is the most qualified person in this race to help get our economy back on track so that we can start paying down the massive federal debt. His comment was based on facts that are a matter of public record.”"

One has to wonder why Perdue picked on Handel..........as she is nowhere close to the top 2 in the running.....who are Perdue and Kingston the rino insurance man in congress..........

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/heatherginsberg/...

thanks

Cleveland, GA

#40489 Apr 7, 2014
Fact wrote:
I don't think the democrats have a clue when it comes to the economy.
I don't believe the majority of Republicans have a clue when it comes to how a democracy is supposed to work. The Republican Party just won a Supreme Court decision allowing one person to buy a President, a congressman, a mayor or a law. ONE billionaire can now spend any amount of money they want. This is the second Supreme Court decision, the 1st allowing unlimited donations by one person to some PAC's, as long as the candidate was not involved, yea sure. Do you have any idea what this is going to allow to happen??? Today candidates are elected by the power of advertising. Now one man with enough money can and will at some point control government. And its all backed and pushed by the Republican Party.

This is a game changer, and the game is that the 1% have won. We get information from TV, radio and newspapers, and money can now buy and put out the information they want. Conservatives get a little gay/Hispanic/abortion legislation passed in the south and legislators who will agree to make your religion the religion of the land. That makes them happy, so they vote Republican, like sheep to the slaughter. That was OK with me, but now FACT is your clueless actions are going to make us all sheep, thanks!!

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