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Leighla

Fairmont, WV

#30261 Nov 9, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
Get this! George W. Bush to Raise Money for Group That Converts Jews to Bring About Second Coming of Christ
Next week, former President George W. Bush is scheduled to keynote a fundraiser in Irving, Texas, for the Messianic Jewish Bible Institute, a group that trains people in the United States, Israel, and around the world to convince Jews to accept Jesus as the Messiah. The organization's goal: to "restore" Israel and the Jews and bring about about the second coming of Christ.
This year's event is designed to bring in funds for the group's proselytizing operations. And the former president is helping out with more than just speech-making. The most expensive of the ticket packages, which range from $100 to $100,000, includes 20 invitations to a VIP reception and photo opportunity with Bush, 10 signed copies of Bush's book Decision Points, and passes to tour the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2013/11/g...
It is called freedom of religion get used to it because it is not going away.
Leighla

Fairmont, WV

#30262 Nov 9, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
Unbelievable!
Another MJBI board member, Rabbi Marty Waldman of Baruch HaShem, a Messianic congregation in Dallas, described his own conversion experience before making a pitch to the audience to donate money to MJBI. Money, he explained, is needed to hasten the return of Jesus. With the funds it collects, Waldman said, MJBI trains "people to preach the good news of the Messiah to the Jewish people." That's important, Waldman noted, because when there are "enough" Jewish people who call Jesus their savior, "some sort of a trigger will go off in heaven, and our father in heaven will say,'Okay, son, it's time to get your bride.'"
At last year's MJBI event, a group called the Christian Heritage Foundation displayed a collection of Torah scrolls outside the Miller Lite Club at Cowboys Stadium. On the field, a shofar was blown, to applause.
Tea Partiers, don't forget to send your check, Jesus can't come back until they have enough money:(
This is relevant how? I don't get it. You are worried about what bush is doing for what reason. What does the tea party have to do with it?
Mgtn Res

“Leg Humper!”

Since: Oct 13

Bad Dog! Bad Dog!

#30263 Nov 9, 2013
Leighla wrote:
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It is called freedom of religion get used to it because it is not going away.
Morons like Melissa and Bacon Hater Race Baiter are free to worship Obama, beautifulmindthebodynotsomuch is free to worship Allah, why shouldn't others be free to worship God and Jesus?

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#30264 Nov 9, 2013
I did not say I was against freedom of religion or anything about not believing in God or Jesus. I am against anyone who who thinks that they can force end times with MONEY. God can't be bribed! And, if it involves the Heritage Foundation and Glenn Beck, that's the tea party.
Bacon Hater Race Baiter

Ashburn, VA

#30265 Nov 9, 2013
Mgtn Res wrote:
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Morons like Melissa and Bacon Hater Race Baiter are free to worship Obama, beautifulmindthebodynotsomuch is free to worship Allah, why shouldn't others be free to worship God and Jesus?
You're just a mean old white male republican who is racist, a tea bagger, and you want to put sticks in women's vaginas.
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Mgtn Res

“Leg Humper!”

Since: Oct 13

Bad Dog! Bad Dog!

#30267 Nov 9, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
I did not say I was against freedom of religion or anything about not believing in God or Jesus. I am against anyone who who thinks that they can force end times with MONEY. God can't be bribed! And, if it involves the Heritage Foundation and Glenn Beck, that's the tea party.
People have their own beliefs. I could say that your worshipping of Obama borders on ignorance, but who am I kidding, your worshipping of Obama is ignorant.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#30268 Nov 9, 2013
Mgtn Res wrote:
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People have their own beliefs. I could say that your worshipping of Obama borders on ignorance, but who am I kidding, your worshipping of Obama is ignorant.
Ignorance is believing agreeing with someone and worshipping something is the same thing.
Voice of Reason

Oak Hill, WV

#30269 Nov 9, 2013
I don't know how anyone has confidence in candidates from either party.

Since: Sep 13

Ravenswood

#30270 Nov 9, 2013
Bush funneled billions of dollars to "faith-based" organizations.

And Marvin Oalsky, devout end time theologist, designed Bush's faith based welfare concept.

I don't want my taxes going to any religion. And, where is the separation of church and state. I think the lines have crossed and it's time to tax churches.
Leighla

Fairmont, WV

#30271 Nov 9, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
Bush funneled billions of dollars to "faith-based" organizations.
And Marvin Oalsky, devout end time theologist, designed Bush's faith based welfare concept.
I don't want my taxes going to any religion. And, where is the separation of church and state. I think the lines have crossed and it's time to tax churches.
I have no problem with money to a church and I am fine with not taxing a church. I have a problem with funding terrorist.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#30272 Nov 9, 2013
George wrote:
FACT: 93 millions booted in direct contradiction to Obamas promise everyone could keep their policies.
George, here is where you said 93 million Americans have been booted off their insurance plans. You didn't call it an estimate or a projection, instead you called it a "fact" and used a past-tense verb to add credence to your notion that this has already happened. Which is why people see your lies, laugh at you, then vote to keep your kind on the powerless fringes of society.

It's been going on for a while now. You'd think with approval ratings that are half of a (currently) unpopular president and knowing those haven't really been higher since you began this crusade of lies (birther to Muslim to Socialist) that you'd adopt a different set of tactics. You dipshits are literally PROVING the theory of insanity. One failed lie after another, billion-dollar toddler-fits that get you put in timeout, 42 failed votes to repeal a law that couldn't be repealed and constant attacks on women's reproductive rights (that all fail)- do you change it up to achieve a result OTHER THAN FAILURE? Nope. Which is why your fear of all things not old, white and male is just confirmation of your absolute, confirmed, documented, certifiable, batshit craziness.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#30273 Nov 9, 2013
Leighla wrote:
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This is relevant how? I don't get it. You are worried about what bush is doing for what reason. What does the tea party have to do with it?
This is relevant in lots of ways. It's always interesting to find out what our homegrown Milosevic war criminals and mass murderers are up to (any Cheney updates?). It's always funny to see what batshit craziness is going on in the world of Jesus freaks. And the people who live on Planet Teabag are behind any political effort to get a group of delusional people to switch their delusions for money.

It was a great story, MHP2. You always post interesting stuff. I love the doomsday bunker tea bagger videos. But I just wish you could find one that explains WHY Barack is going to order the military to join with the brown people to take our guns and cut off our food and water supply. They're certainly confident in its likelihood - I just read that the home seed bank industry hit 100 million. When these people are able to invent an imaginary scenario that can't happen, create an industry to address it (despite it being impossible) and manage to market it in a way that circumvents smart people and goes directly to the whacknuts, it's impressive. Imagine if they tried to feed hungry children with this level of energy? Or collect school supplies for kids that don't have them? Or plant those goddamn seeds and grow some food for the millions of kids who slept last night out in the cold hoping they'd wake up.

Or hoping they wouldn't.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#30274 Nov 9, 2013
Melissa Harris The 2nd wrote:
Bush funneled billions of dollars to "faith-based" organizations.
And Marvin Oalsky, devout end time theologist, designed Bush's faith based welfare concept.
I don't want my taxes going to any religion. And, where is the separation of church and state. I think the lines have crossed and it's time to tax churches.
Obama needs to sic the IRS on these churches like he did the tea baggers who tried to cheat on their tax forms. Be fair though - go after ALL OF THEM. Crawl up their asses with an IRS microscope. Reveal and publish ALL of their finances - how much swindled, where it went. Review tape and interview to find out if there HAS EVER been a MENTION of political favoritism for any party or candidate (there has been) and revoke their exempt status retroactively, then prosecute criminally.

They can call it s "War on Religion." That's fine. It's really a war on fraud and irrational thought, but these people call preventing nativity scenes on courthouse lawns a "war on Christmas" but the prevention of a statue of Mohammed on the courthouse lawns "the American way," which, of course, it isn't.
Mgtn Res

“Leg Humper!”

Since: Oct 13

Bad Dog! Bad Dog!

#30275 Nov 9, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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Obama needs to sic the IRS on these churches like he did the tea baggers who tried to cheat on their tax forms. Be fair though - go after ALL OF THEM. Crawl up their asses with an IRS microscope. Reveal and publish ALL of their finances - how much swindled, where it went. Review tape and interview to find out if there HAS EVER been a MENTION of political favoritism for any party or candidate (there has been) and revoke their exempt status retroactively, then prosecute criminally.
They can call it s "War on Religion." That's fine. It's really a war on fraud and irrational thought, but these people call preventing nativity scenes on courthouse lawns a "war on Christmas" but the prevention of a statue of Mohammed on the courthouse lawns "the American way," which, of course, it isn't.
And while they are at it, the IRS needs to go after your boy's terriorist preacher Jeremiah Wright. OR did you conveniently forget to mention him?

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#30276 Nov 9, 2013
Mgtn Res wrote:
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And while they are at it, the IRS needs to go after your boy's terriorist preacher Jeremiah Wright. OR did you conveniently forget to mention him?
Obama's had several preachers, just like everyone else. They're all terrorists. Wright's no different then the old white man you'll see in the suit you bought him tomorrow morning. They lie by telling stupid people that they know what happens after death (which they don't), then tell them that if they don't live (and GIVE) the way they say, they will burn for eternity.
Leighla

Fairmont, WV

#30277 Nov 9, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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Obama needs to sic the IRS on these churches like he did the tea baggers who tried to cheat on their tax forms. Be fair though - go after ALL OF THEM. Crawl up their asses with an IRS microscope. Reveal and publish ALL of their finances - how much swindled, where it went. Review tape and interview to find out if there HAS EVER been a MENTION of political favoritism for any party or candidate (there has been) and revoke their exempt status retroactively, then prosecute criminally.
They can call it s "War on Religion." That's fine. It's really a war on fraud and irrational thought, but these people call preventing nativity scenes on courthouse lawns a "war on Christmas" but the prevention of a statue of Mohammed on the courthouse lawns "the American way," which, of course, it isn't.
A lot if needy children and women get help from these churches. Now you have a war on poor people and little kids. All those guns given to terrorist is in no way helping these poor needy people
Leighla

Fairmont, WV

#30278 Nov 9, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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This is relevant in lots of ways. It's always interesting to find out what our homegrown Milosevic war criminals and mass murderers are up to (any Cheney updates?). It's always funny to see what batshit craziness is going on in the world of Jesus freaks. And the people who live on Planet Teabag are behind any political effort to get a group of delusional people to switch their delusions for money.
It was a great story, MHP2. You always post interesting stuff. I love the doomsday bunker tea bagger videos. But I just wish you could find one that explains WHY Barack is going to order the military to join with the brown people to take our guns and cut off our food and water supply. They're certainly confident in its likelihood - I just read that the home seed bank industry hit 100 million. When these people are able to invent an imaginary scenario that can't happen, create an industry to address it (despite it being impossible) and manage to market it in a way that circumvents smart people and goes directly to the whacknuts, it's impressive. Imagine if they tried to feed hungry children with this level of energy? Or collect school supplies for kids that don't have them? Or plant those goddamn seeds and grow some food for the millions of kids who slept last night out in the cold hoping they'd wake up.
Or hoping they wouldn't.
You really have no morals or character what so ever. Perhaps you should concern yourself with the injustice going on in the White House.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#30279 Nov 9, 2013
Leighla wrote:
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A lot if needy children and women get help from these churches. Now you have a war on poor people and little kids. All those guns given to terrorist is in no way helping these poor needy people
No they don't. A lot of women and children get help from the government (ALL of them who need it and are able to file for it). Some people get help from churches, provided they aren't overtly gay or Muslim or Jewish and are willing to be paraded in front of a congregation as a marketing tool to get more stupid people to give more money.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#30280 Nov 9, 2013
Leighla wrote:
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You really have no morals or character what so ever. Perhaps you should concern yourself with the injustice going on in the White House.
You support a party that votes to reduce food resources for hungry children. I mention that idiot preppers would be better served to educate or feed these children. And I'm the one who's morally bankrupt? Check your priorities.
Leighla

Fairmont, WV

#30281 Nov 9, 2013
I have never seen a gay person, a muslim or a jew paraded around a church. I have however had great fellowship with all different types of people and no one was treated any differently. You do not have to be a member of a church to receive help. I just Thank God we have so many good churches in this country that help ALL PEOPLE in need. Why do you feel that a overly gay person, or a muslim or a jewish person would not receive love, kindness and whatever help that could be provided for them. I see it happen everyday and nothing is ever mentioned about it again

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