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Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#21 Aug 17, 2012
RightNProud wrote:
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Republicans refusing to create jobs LOL...last time I checked, the POTUS was a democrat socialist. You are an idiot! Of course, you are liberal, so that goes hand in hand.
Republicans in Congress have slashed hundreds of thousands of government jobs which provided middle class wages for people. The tea party governors have slashed hundreds of thousands of state jobs, teaching jobs, and police and firemen jobs, all of which provided middle class wages that allowed the private sector to keep going from the goods and services the middle class bought.

If we don't CREATE government jobs, more private sector jobs will be lost...because of REupblicans who want to make sure the American worker wages go down so their labor can be cheap for their Communist Chinese friends...

BTW, why do you think keeping illegal workers is a good thing? All it does is keep wages low for Americans...the PRESIDENT sent back more illegal workers than Bush ever did...but it would be better if corporations didn't keep them illegal and if we legalized them...then, they would HAVE to be paid minimum wages at least...
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Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#23 Aug 17, 2012
Cosmos wrote:
If jesus were a liberal and had a kind hearted soul then why did he not just stop the 9/11 attacks before they happened. Some of his children burned to death, some nose dived 90 floors all the way to the concrete in order to keep from burning to death (that had to hurt) some were crushed to death and the firefightere...those poor fire fighters.
Yep maybe ol Jesus isn't as kind hearted as those men wrote. I'm just sayin
Because of free will....why would he intervene? Americans should have decided to NOT re-elect a man who illegally invaded a nation and killed children, but the born agains decided to give him another turn..and now they seek more war mongers in Romney and Ryan. And hurting the poor more and CREATING more poor with Romney and Ryan...

It's your choice....have you chosen Jesus or the Republicans?

Since: Sep 08

#24 Aug 17, 2012
Pastor Jack wrote:
"Really? Whoa...spoken like a born again reading from the right wing media misinformation formats of Pat Robertson..who could NEVER be mistaken for a Christian."
Um... No, because I'm not a republican and I don't know where you get the pat Robertson reference as he's no friend of mine. He is an abomination. So your jump tp those conclusions is typical left wing bs... Disagree with a liberal and you get the holier than thou attitude and accused of all kinds of things you didn't even say. As for the born again comment, that just shows your own bigotry. Tell me, do you hate all born agains or just the black ones like me???
It was just disagreeing with a liberal...it was your defense...or lack of it...don't want to be affiliated with a group, don't take on their behavior.

All born agains have no place in this nation..they are war mongering haters who only want the rich richer and want to blame the poor for everything....

Since: Oct 11

Gallipolis Ferry, WV

#25 Aug 17, 2012
Cookie_Parker wrote:
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However, your denial that there are some people in society who CANNOT support themselves makes you more of an embracer of the devil....like those with Hodgins' Disease, Parkinsons's Disease, Cerebral Palsy (which happens when a birth delivery goes bad), mental retardation or mental illness.
The right wing just wants these people to die off the face of the earth...whereas liberals, those closest in behavior and compassion to Jesus, knows they need to be taken care of for life...and don't mind doing so, as that is what Jesus instructed.
Since the actual comments from Jesus on the "least of these" goes something like "Whatsoever you do unto the least of these, so, too, you do unto me.", what do you think his attitude and judgment would be of the born agains who vote for republicans that want the "least of these"{ to die from non-support while giving money to the rich?
I never said there weren't people who can't support themselves. I believe in helping people who need it.

Since: Oct 11

Gallipolis Ferry, WV

#26 Aug 17, 2012
Cookie_Parker wrote:
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Republicans in Congress have slashed hundreds of thousands of government jobs which provided middle class wages for people. The tea party governors have slashed hundreds of thousands of state jobs, teaching jobs, and police and firemen jobs, all of which provided middle class wages that allowed the private sector to keep going from the goods and services the middle class bought.
If we don't CREATE government jobs, more private sector jobs will be lost...because of REupblicans who want to make sure the American worker wages go down so their labor can be cheap for their Communist Chinese friends...
BTW, why do you think keeping illegal workers is a good thing? All it does is keep wages low for Americans...the PRESIDENT sent back more illegal workers than Bush ever did...but it would be better if corporations didn't keep them illegal and if we legalized them...then, they would HAVE to be paid minimum wages at least...
Our tax dollars fund govt jobs. So, that's just robbing Peter to pay Paul. What is wrong with you people? You can't see the forrest from the trees.

Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#27 Aug 17, 2012
sempron wrote:
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I never said there weren't people who can't support themselves. I believe in helping people who need it.
Like the rich? And corporations whom the republicans and especially Romney call human persons?

ROFLMAO!!!

Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#28 Aug 17, 2012
sempron wrote:
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Our tax dollars fund govt jobs. So, that's just robbing Peter to pay Paul. What is wrong with you people? You can't see the forrest from the trees.
Wow...I thought you could carry the thought to completion...those government jobs also pay taxes and they create more jobs in the private sector through their buying power that also create taxes and so on and so on...

What's the matter with you on the right? Why do you engage in conversations you know nothing about? Aren't you ashamed to present the US as being so dumb you put into office those very people who are against Americans with good wages, being protected on the job, with good health insurance to raise good and decent families?

You people on the right HAVE no morals, let alone a claim to the moral majority.
RightNProud

Penn Laird, VA

#29 Aug 17, 2012
Cookie_Parker wrote:
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BTW, why do you think keeping illegal workers is a good thing? All it does is keep wages low for Americans...the PRESIDENT sent back more illegal workers than Bush ever did...but it would be better if corporations didn't keep them illegal and if we legalized them...then, they would HAVE to be paid minimum wages at least...
WTF are you blabbering about? When did I claim anything about illegal workers. Crack is whack, my man.

And, keep the "Blame Bush" tactics going. It just makes you libs looking even more pathetic (if that is possible).

Yeh, lets keep illegals that are taking jobs away from legal citizens...moron.

Since: Sep 08

#30 Aug 17, 2012
RightNProud wrote:
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WTF are you blabbering about? When did I claim anything about illegal workers. Crack is whack, my man.
And, keep the "Blame Bush" tactics going. It just makes you libs looking even more pathetic (if that is possible).
Yeh, lets keep illegals that are taking jobs away from legal citizens...moron.
This is what you said, idiot.
RightNProud wrote:
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Republicans refusing to create jobs LOL...last time I checked, the POTUS was a democrat socialist. You are an idiot! Of course, you are liberal, so that goes hand in hand.
If you're going to claim the republicans ARE creating American jobs, I'll demonstrate EVERY area of the economy where they are not.

If you can't follow the flow of information in response to your outlandish and might I add juvenile comments of repeating what the corporate misinformation media tells you, then you might want to consider NOT engaging in discussions..they really should ONLY be for those whose intelligence equipped them for such mental gymnastics....yours obviously does not.
2000 verses

Hurricane, WV

#31 Oct 2, 2012
The problem with so-called Christian Republicans is they ignore the over 2000 verses in the Bible concerning the poor. They also ignore the camel through the needle parable and the many verses that cast the wealthy in poor light. How do you folks justify that?

Since: Oct 11

United States

#32 Oct 4, 2012
2000 verses wrote:
The problem with so-called Christian Republicans is they ignore the over 2000 verses in the Bible concerning the poor. They also ignore the camel through the needle parable and the many verses that cast the wealthy in poor light. How do you folks justify that?
Look at the type of govt Jesus lived under. It was a fascist govt. The only people who had anything were those who used govt to take it. Kinda sounds like what the left is doing now, don't it? Besides...Jesus could never be a liberal. He believes in God and I'm pretty sure he wouldn't have opted for abortion or removing prayer from schools.
2000 verses

Hurricane, WV

#33 Oct 4, 2012
He was the definition of a liberal. Conservatives want little or no change. Jesus preached monumental change. No he wouldn't be for abortion, but Republicans aren't the solution to that. They say they're against it, but in the nearly 40 years its been legal, they've never done anything about it. In fact, they haven't even tried. It's an issue they use for political gain and nothing else. And, if their Republican constituents who say they're against abortion were really against it, they would be furious with them for never doing anything about it. But, all they have to do is say they're against it and pro-lifers vote for them.

Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#34 Oct 6, 2012
2000 verses wrote:
He was the definition of a liberal. Conservatives want little or no change. Jesus preached monumental change. No he wouldn't be for abortion, but Republicans aren't the solution to that. They say they're against it, but in the nearly 40 years its been legal, they've never done anything about it. In fact, they haven't even tried. It's an issue they use for political gain and nothing else. And, if their Republican constituents who say they're against abortion were really against it, they would be furious with them for never doing anything about it. But, all they have to do is say they're against it and pro-lifers vote for them.
Of course Christ was for abortion. He never ONCE spoke out against a woman's rights.

As a matter for fact, Christ was for gay marriage, as was God, as christ never spoke out against that, either.

Christ was NOT for judging others.
JJC

Danville, WV

#35 Oct 6, 2012
Helping the poor is not a "liberal" act as liberals would have you believe. Real charity is you taking the responsibility and effort to donate your own money and time to help the less fortunate...not to have government take it from you by force and distribute it to who knows who before any is seen by the real poor. By the way, being poor today is not even close to the hardships poor people faced in those days, or even a hundred years ago. We're spoiled living in this modern society.
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Since: Sep 08

Anderson, IN

#37 Oct 7, 2012
JJC wrote:
Helping the poor is not a "liberal" act as liberals would have you believe. Real charity is you taking the responsibility and effort to donate your own money and time to help the less fortunate...not to have government take it from you by force and distribute it to who knows who before any is seen by the real poor. By the way, being poor today is not even close to the hardships poor people faced in those days, or even a hundred years ago. We're spoiled living in this modern society.
Paying for those who are the least of these is something Christ would have approved of for sure. He would NOT have approved of the way the born again evangelicals claim that their riches they receive are here on earth and their support for the rich taking from the poor in taxes.

Being poor today still makes you hungry, on the streets, lacking in the ability to get medical care. Poor is poor...regardless of when in time.
right is wrong

Hurricane, WV

#38 Oct 7, 2012
JJC wrote:
Helping the poor is not a "liberal" act as liberals would have you believe. Real charity is you taking the responsibility and effort to donate your own money and time to help the less fortunate...not to have government take it from you by force and distribute it to who knows who before any is seen by the real poor. By the way, being poor today is not even close to the hardships poor people faced in those days, or even a hundred years ago. We're spoiled living in this modern society.
Thanks for enlightening us to what "real charity" is. Your compassion knows no bounds.

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