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Churlish Truths

United States

#49314 Jul 10, 2014
The WB wrote:
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Yup, Christians as imperfect people have done some bad things throughout history, but who lead the way to abolish slavery? Ever heard of Wilberforce, Newton, Middleton?
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Really? Then since it was also Christians that mainly owned slaves then that was a fight among Christians, intra, inside fight. Wiberforce also had this idea "He began to sicken at the selfish lives of the rich with their overeating while the poor starved."
http://www.theologian.org.uk/churchhistory/wi...
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The honest truth is that Christians are bad in any point in history but try to make their own deceit more palatable. Muslims seem to be more direct, over-the-counter, whereas Christians are under-the-counter. The outcome in dealing with either is that they have the same goal, they win, so sign up with them and you win.
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Looking at it another way with explaining the Christian method, they like to run things under-the-counter. Example, they are more apt to hire a Christian person as an employee than a member of another religion. Hence, their reason and purpose for wanting to entrench themselves into all facets of life. Another example would be should one of their children get busted for, let's say smoking pot, then the first thing you hear is something like "He's a good kid". If by the law that there must be some punishment then it is often minimal as compared to others not protected by relatives or brothers in the faith in key positions. Perhaps and often the judge.
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It is also the reason that while our juries are supposed to be made up of a cross section of each county, some counties don't allow anyone into the jury pool who is not a known member of a church. How do they accomplish it? Again by putting their key people into certain positions. In the jury case it has been noted that in some counties that a panel to decide whose name goes into the jury box is made up of persons from different churches across a county. If they don't know you or know of you, then your name don't go into that box.
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Of course Muslims don't like American Christians and their under-the-counter methods. I don't either.
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rename

Carnesville, GA

#49315 Jul 10, 2014
rename wrote:
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There were wars before religion ever entered into the world dummy..........albeit mostly minor wars along the scale of the dummy jeb clan, known as the "Idoits" clan, fighting against his cousins clan known as the "morons."
A war that thankfully reduced the population of idiots and morons; until america opened it shores to the invasion of morons and idiots by immigration.....
So now you and your kin are once again in open defiance to the rules of reason, education, intelligence, and morals..........and all of you dummies vote the straight libroid ticket........
which leads to the downfall of the Greatest Republic ever created by man, influenced by Christianity, and the good qualities that Christianity brings to the table.......
But no.....you and your ilk prefer qualities that debase man, kill babies, and then flop around in the lifestyle of sodomy and gomorrahy..........

and I will add..........living with a quare cat does not enchance your ability to put forth any valid documented comments........only "flip-flopping away."....





Churlish Truths

United States

#49316 Jul 10, 2014
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Anxiously awaiting for the right wing nuts to pick up on "The honest truth".
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“I Offer You Truth!”

Since: Jul 07

Tampa, FL

#49317 Jul 10, 2014
The WB wrote:
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You have continually used obscenity and juvenile name calling to supposedly take apartas you say others points.
You base your knowledge on useless hyper left wing citations which are based on wild opinion and never factual information.
Plainly stated, you couldn't take apart a peanut and butter sandwich.
Mike Pence for president 2016.
I used obscenities? When? Where? Show me/us?

..."juvenile name calling"? That's comical! You and your ilk engage in more juvenile name calling that a playground full of middle schoolers.

..."hyper left wing citations"? Would those be the polar opposite of the "hyper right wing citations" and sources you and your dishonest, hate-mongering cohorts lean on (FOX News, Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, Michael Savage, Glen Beck, et al)?

Listen, pee wee, if you must talk and behave stupidly at least have the decency to limit such behavior to those times when you're in the privacy of your own home or in the company of friends, family members and other simpletons like yourself.

The problem with most arch-conservatives is they are too blind to see, too close-minded to hear, too stupid to learn and too hateful to change. That aside, they're almost decent folks.

I'm sure you'll start whining, whimpering and sniveling that I called you and your ilk juvenile names, but no one will care. So, go ahead a whine.
rename

Carnesville, GA

#49318 Jul 10, 2014
Churlish Truths wrote:
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Anxiously awaiting for the right wing nuts to pick up on "The honest truth".
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well heck dummy........take a laxative to reduce your sorry anxiety.....because the "honest truth" has evaded you since "in the beginning."


Churlish Truths

United States

#49319 Jul 10, 2014
rename wrote:
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and I will add..........living with a quare cat does not enchance your ability to put forth any valid documented comments........only "flip-flopping away."....
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rename, a petty effing hypocrite.
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rename

Carnesville, GA

#49320 Jul 10, 2014
DapperDave wrote:
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I used obscenities? When? Where? Show me/us?
..."juvenile name calling"? That's comical! You and your ilk engage in more juvenile name calling that a playground full of middle schoolers.
..."hyper left wing citations"? Would those be the polar opposite of the "hyper right wing citations" and sources you and your dishonest, hate-mongering cohorts lean on (FOX News, Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, Michael Savage, Glen Beck, et al)?
Listen, pee wee, if you must talk and behave stupidly at least have the decency to limit such behavior to those times when you're in the privacy of your own home or in the company of friends, family members and other simpletons like yourself.
The problem with most arch-conservatives is they are too blind to see, too close-minded to hear, too stupid to learn and too hateful to change. That aside, they're almost decent folks.
I'm sure you'll start whining, whimpering and sniveling that I called you and your ilk juvenile names, but no one will care. So, go ahead a whine.


Projection is an awful thing..........leaves one feeling superior, insulated, and creates nausea in the general population..........on top of being considered a dullard........





rename

Carnesville, GA

#49321 Jul 10, 2014
Churlish Truths wrote:
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rename, a petty effing hypocrite.
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Churlish....self realization of an ahole.....


rename

Carnesville, GA

#49322 Jul 10, 2014

Climate change = temps will change every day, month, year, decade, century,
And whenever Mother Nature decides....,

Unless of course when NASA decides to fudge the numbers.....


rename

Carnesville, GA

#49323 Jul 10, 2014

A new movie is out.....

"Dawn of the Planet of the Apes"

A movie about Libroids with hairy bodies and odors .....,


Conservatives should be sure to wear their protective suits while viewing.....


“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#49324 Jul 10, 2014
Aggie23 wrote:
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Table of Contents
Substantive refutation of D'ville Bill's points - 0%
Word Salad - 100%
That's Dave, consistently, straight out of the liberal manifesto.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#49325 Jul 10, 2014

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#49326 Jul 10, 2014
DapperDave wrote:
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"points"?
Silly Billy's so-called "points" are on par with a man proclaiming that he just returned from the planet Jupiter, and he traveled there and back on his bicycle, then demanding that I produce scientific proof he didn't make the "Jupiter journey".
For the record, I shredded and dismantled so many of Silly Billy's "points" in so many threads here in topix that the score keepers have lost count.
Ask the dunce about "Married Filing Separately" tax filings or 0% effective tax rates and watch him squirm.
P.S. Why are you bothering me? Go away!
LMAO. The high school drop out attempts to strike again...

For the record:

This poster is so clueless and uneducated about taxes (if memory serves correct, certainly not worth the time or effort to go back and look it up, he/she indicated someone making $60K a year paid 30% of that in income taxes, never acknowledged how looney tunes that was) he/she probably believes what he/she posts. Too bad he/she can't comprehend what's being posted.

"I shredded and dismantled" LMAO. If poster says so. BTW, It's not against the law to be clueless and uneducated (or stupid), you are entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts. Sad thing is, your vote counts the same as someone who actually contributes to society.

"in so many threads" Really? I'm only aware of this poster's clueless and uneducated, racially charged posts in one other thread (in the Atlanta board). "So many"? Guess 2 threads (including this one) equals "so many". No wonder this poster has very little credibility.

Why is somebody bothering this poster? Easy pickings. Easy laughs. Gets abused A LOT.

Note to Dave: if someone is bothering you, ignore them. Works pretty well.

Give it up dudette, you're way out of your league...
silverfox

Kathleen, GA

#49327 Jul 10, 2014
rename wrote:
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Projection is an awful thing..........leaves one feeling superior, insulated, and creates nausea in the general population..........on top of being considered a dullard........
He's a natural born liar, it's in his DNA. Take away his vulgarity & profanities, he's still dark & empty. As WB says, a waste of time.
rename

Carnesville, GA

#49328 Jul 10, 2014
General Robert E Lee wrote:

True definitions are not in the libroid handbook of being stupid....



Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#49329 Jul 10, 2014
silverfox wrote:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Costco denies political motive for pulling Dinesh D' Souza's book, America... After thousands expressed outrage over their decision, Costco re-ordered the book. America - is now #1 on Amazon's bestseller list... We can also send a LOUD & CLEAR message by supporting the 90 minute documenatry.
Who ever could have imagined...

The right’s favorite criminal: Inside the hopeless obsession with Dinesh D’Souza
D'Souza is a hack and a criminal, but he's also an Obama critic, and that's good enough for Fox News
BY SIMON MALOY WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2014 11:35 AM EDT
http://www.salon.com/2014/05/21/the_rights_fa...

Dinesh D’Souza might be going to jail. Yesterday, the conservative provocateur and pseudo-academic entered a guilty plea to charges that he made $20,000 in illegal donations to Wendy Long’s phenomenally unsuccessful 2012 campaign to unseat Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y. As recompense for his extralegal contributions to a campaign that lost by 45 points, D’Souza could end up spending 10 to 16 months in stir.

Accepting responsibility for one’s actions usually has a redemptive effect, but for D’Souza it only makes him look like more of an ass. When the indictment against him was announced in January, D’Souza immediately began pushing the idea that he, a has-been Obama critic with no discernible influence, was being targeted by the White House for retribution. In the days following the indictment, D’Souza tweeted out stories about government harassment of conservatives.

This led, inevitably, to an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, who said D’Souza was “the latest victim to be targeted by the Obama White House.” Hannity asked D’Souza if he felt the indictment was Obama’s payback for the documentary D’Souza released in 2012 called “2016: Obama’s America.” D’Souza, without saying “yes,” said absolutely, yes.“We know the film rattled him,” D’Souza told Hannity.“We know the film upset him. And whether this is a kind of payback remains to be seen.”

So after setting himself up as the victim of an out-of-control government seeking to punish him for his Obama-hating ways, D’Souza admitted to the crime, thus implicating himself as a co-conspirator against himself....
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#49330 Jul 10, 2014
Who ever could have imagined...

The Crisis of Children at the Border
JULY 9, 2014
by Charles M. Blow
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/10/opinion/cha...

The humanitarian crisis of unaccompanied minors from Central America arriving at our Southwest border has brought out the worst in some of our politicians.

The amount of double-speak coming from fork-tongued conservatives on this issue is sickening. It wraps faux-concern around unwavering, and even emboldened, anti-immigrant, border-militarization rhetoric.

...Cruz responded:

“Sean, it’s a terrific question. What is happening with these children is heartbreaking. And, the president is right that it’s a humanitarian crisis, but it is a crisis of his own creation. This is the direct consequence of President Obama’s lawlessness.”

One of the things Cruz pointed out as Obama’s “lawlessness” was a 2012 executive order that allows Dream Act-eligible students to be taken out of the deportation process and granted work permits.

As then-Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said at the time:

“This grant of deferred action is not immunity… It is not amnesty. It is an exercise of discretion so that these young people are not in the removal system. It will help us to continue to streamline immigration enforcement and ensure that resources are not spent pursuing the removal of low-priority cases involving productive young people.”

...Furthermore, they basically argue that because the administration is enforcing the law, one signed by President George W. Bush and meant to protect children from human trafficking, the administration is encouraging more people from Central America to send their children here.

But one can’t call the president and his administration lawless on the one hand, then blame them for proper law enforcement on the other.

...This surge is driven largely by children arriving from a few Central American countries. A United States Department of Homeland Security document obtained by the Pew Research Center found:

“For example, many Guatemalan children come from rural areas, indicating they are probably seeking economic opportunities in the U.S. Salvadoran and Honduran children, on the other hand, come from extremely violent regions where they probably perceive the risk of traveling alone to the U.S. preferable to remaining at home.”

And the top municipalities by far are in Honduras, the murder capital of the world.

Ask yourself this: If in fact, these children were simply arriving due to the attraction of amnesty, why haven’t we seen the same surge from other nations, including other countries south of us, like Mexico...
rename

Carnesville, GA

#49331 Jul 10, 2014
Oh my wrote:
<quoted text>Who ever could have imagined...

The rightÂ’s favorite criminal: Inside the hopeless obsession with Dinesh DÂ’Souza
D'Souza is a hack and a criminal, but he's also an Obama critic, and that's good enough for Fox News
BY SIMON MALOY WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 2014 11:35 AM EDT
http://www.salon.com/2014/05/21/the_rights_fa...

Dinesh DÂ’Souza might be going to jail. Yesterday, the conservative provocateur and pseudo-academic entered a guilty plea to charges that he made $20,000 in illegal donations to Wendy LongÂ’s phenomenally unsuccessful 2012 campaign to unseat Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y. As recompense for his extralegal contributions to a campaign that lost by 45 points, DÂ’Souza could end up spending 10 to 16 months in stir.

Accepting responsibility for oneÂ’s actions usually has a redemptive effect, but for DÂ’Souza it only makes him look like more of an ass. When the indictment against him was announced in January, DÂ’Souza immediately began pushing the idea that he, a has-been Obama critic with no discernible influence, was being targeted by the White House for retribution. In the days following the indictment, DÂ’Souza tweeted out stories about government harassment of conservatives.

This led, inevitably, to an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity, who said D’Souza was “the latest victim to be targeted by the Obama White House.” Hannity asked D’Souza if he felt the indictment was Obama’s payback for the documentary D’Souza released in 2012 called “2016: Obama’s America.” D’Souza, without saying “yes,” said absolutely, yes.“We know the film rattled him,” D’Souza told Hannity.“We know the film upset him. And whether this is a kind of payback remains to be seen.”

So after setting himself up as the victim of an out-of-control government seeking to punish him for his Obama-hating ways, DÂ’Souza admitted to the crime, thus implicating himself as a co-conspirator against himself....

You did ok dummy until the end....

Co conspirator against himself.....

Dummy Libroids = see themselves in a mirror and say "another dummy" and really believe there are 2 of you...,,co habitation in one sorry body..,,





Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#49332 Jul 10, 2014
DapperDave wrote:
<quoted text>
"points"?
Silly Billy's so-called "points" are on par with a man proclaiming that he just returned from the planet Jupiter, and he traveled there and back on his bicycle, then demanding that I produce scientific proof he didn't make the "Jupiter journey".
For the record, I shredded and dismantled so many of Silly Billy's "points" in so many threads here in topix that the score keepers have lost count.
Ask the dunce about "Married Filing Separately" tax filings or 0% effective tax rates and watch him squirm.
P.S. Why are you bothering me? Go away!
Easy, your factually vacant posts are like those annoying little gnats that can't hurt you, but eventually you get tired of their buzzing around so you have to swat at them.
rename

Carnesville, GA

#49333 Jul 10, 2014
Oh my wrote:
Who ever could have imagined...

The Crisis of Children at the Border
JULY 9, 2014
by Charles M. Blow
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/10/opinion/cha...

The humanitarian crisis of unaccompanied minors from Central America arriving at our Southwest border has brought out the worst in some of our politicians.

The amount of double-speak coming from fork-tongued conservatives on this issue is sickening. It wraps faux-concern around unwavering, and even emboldened, anti-immigrant, border-militarization rhetoric.

...Cruz responded:

“Sean, it’s a terrific question. What is happening with these children is heartbreaking. And, the president is right that it’s a humanitarian crisis, but it is a crisis of his own creation. This is the direct consequence of President Obama’s lawlessness.”

One of the things Cruz pointed out as Obama’s “lawlessness” was a 2012 executive order that allows Dream Act-eligible students to be taken out of the deportation process and granted work permits.

As then-Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said at the time:

“This grant of deferred action is not immunity… It is not amnesty. It is an exercise of discretion so that these young people are not in the removal system. It will help us to continue to streamline immigration enforcement and ensure that resources are not spent pursuing the removal of low-priority cases involving productive young people.”

...Furthermore, they basically argue that because the administration is enforcing the law, one signed by President George W. Bush and meant to protect children from human trafficking, the administration is encouraging more people from Central America to send their children here.

But one canÂ’t call the president and his administration lawless on the one hand, then blame them for proper law enforcement on the other.

...This surge is driven largely by children arriving from a few Central American countries. A United States Department of Homeland Security document obtained by the Pew Research Center found:

“For example, many Guatemalan children come from rural areas, indicating they are probably seeking economic opportunities in the U.S. Salvadoran and Honduran children, on the other hand, come from extremely violent regions where they probably perceive the risk of traveling alone to the U.S. preferable to remaining at home.”

And the top municipalities by far are in Honduras, the murder capital of the world.

Ask yourself this: If in fact, these children were simply arriving due to the attraction of amnesty, why havenÂ’t we seen the same surge from other nations, including other countries south of us, like Mexico...

Who could ever have imagined...

Oh my plagiarizing all the time....


I expect this means he cannot get pass more than 10 words without stumbling over his vowels .....and his bowels....






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