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Gtown71

United States

#147 Dec 9, 2012
smarty_pants wrote:
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Just the public.
Well, not sure about their tax status, but if all of them spend the whole time, talking about liquer, instead of Jesus, they should and may loose their candlestick or "God" status.
Sam

United States

#148 Dec 9, 2012
smarty_pants wrote:
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Just the public.
Well go ahead. Tell us all about it.
spooner

Jackson, MS

#149 Dec 9, 2012
smarty_pants wrote:
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I personally, along with several others will be attending various church sermons. We will report what we hear from the pulpits.
How stupid, you should just call yourself "pants" any form of smart should be removed from your name.(on this site)
This Only

Oxford, MS

#150 Dec 9, 2012
People should now consider where the money they donate to the church is going. Today's Daily Corinthian had several LARGE announcements by local churches admonishing people to vote against liquor. Nevermind the poor that need the money, nevermind the members of the church that may need the money, nevermind the city that is in the red...what is important to them is to make a show and act like they want to keep the demon liquor out of Corinth. Yea, like this is going to happen..we have beer and wine WTF?
Sam

United States

#151 Dec 9, 2012
This Only wrote:
People should now consider where the money they donate to the church is going. Today's Daily Corinthian had several LARGE announcements by local churches admonishing people to vote against liquor. Nevermind the poor that need the money, nevermind the members of the church that may need the money, nevermind the city that is in the red...what is important to them is to make a show and act like they want to keep the demon liquor out of Corinth. Yea, like this is going to happen..we have beer and wine WTF?
What about all the money spent on the special election and spent by the people pro liquor. That money could have been well spent on poor hungry people also
Gtown71

United States

#152 Dec 9, 2012
Sam wrote:
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What about all the money spent on the special election and spent by the people pro liquor. That money could have been well spent on poor hungry people also
Now now, they don't like hearing that, but if I were a betting man, I would bet it all, that much more has been spent to get it in.

As I stated on another post, churches think they are helping by keeping liquer out, but I also stated how Judas always comes to mind, when folks talk about how the church should spend their money.
Truth

Keller, TX

#153 Dec 9, 2012
This Only wrote:
People should now consider where the money they donate to the church is going. Today's Daily Corinthian had several LARGE announcements by local churches admonishing people to vote against liquor. Nevermind the poor that need the money, nevermind the members of the church that may need the money, nevermind the city that is in the red...what is important to them is to make a show and act like they want to keep the demon liquor out of Corinth. Yea, like this is going to happen..we have beer and wine WTF?

Great post, sorry I picked at you on the other thread.

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