Who do you support for Governor in Ohio in 2010?

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XYZ

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How about the campaign of 2010 when Obama made a statement about a coalition of 'Blacks for Obama'? What about the Harvard prof & cop issue when Obama said that the police acted improperly B4 any investigation started or reports came out? How about when Obama said that he had been to 57 states with one to go? Then there's the more recent....you can keep your doctor....you can keep your plan! BRILLANT of him ?
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XYZ wrote:
How about the campaign of 2010 when Obama made a statement about a coalition of 'Blacks for Obama'? What about the Harvard prof & cop issue when Obama said that the police acted improperly B4 any investigation started or reports came out? How about when Obama said that he had been to 57 states with one to go? Then there's the more recent....you can keep your doctor....you can keep your plan! BRILLANT of him ?
Wow...after stammering "Mission Accomplished", you really want to take it there? Oh, and...how many US soldiers died because Obama sent them off to attack the wrong country? Bet you were as quiet as a church mouse through all that. Also, could you go ahead and give us a link to the "coalition of 'Blacks for Obama'" thing you were talking about? Bet you can't.
Reality Speaks

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Jan 31, 2014
 
Canton wrote:
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But see little girl, you don't pay me... and Jesus wasn't born on that day...and Christmas trees are a Roman tradition...and December 25th is a pagan holiday. Let's go ahead and see how those "Job Creators" would be doing if you got your douchie little way, and no black Fridays, no cyber Mondays, no presents purchased in the name of some weird Middle Eastern religion at all. We could make a new holiday that involved collecting their greedy tears.
much easier to ignore you, and if you get feisty about it, just duct tape your mouth.

loons like you swim in Canadian water.
Reality Speaks

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Jan 31, 2014
 
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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He tried click them 50% of 6 times, and fckd it up.
woof
you the pivot man in the circle jerk again?
Duke for Mayor

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Reality Speaks wrote:
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you the pivot man in the circle jerk again?
Aww Bubba, tell me some math story problems again.

woof
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Aww Bubba, tell me some math story problems again.
woof
why?

things getting sticky, so you have to spin and jerk again?
Duke for Mayor

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Jan 31, 2014
 
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why?
things getting sticky, so you have to spin and jerk again?
No.

Your math stories are fun and entertaining.

Your feeble attempts at hurling juvenile insults are not.

woof

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Canton wrote:
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Wow...after stammering "Mission Accomplished", you really want to take it there? Oh, and...how many US soldiers died because Obama sent them off to attack the wrong country? Bet you were as quiet as a church mouse through all that. Also, could you go ahead and give us a link to the "coalition of 'Blacks for Obama'" thing you were talking about? Bet you can't.
Oh, my...
http://l.barackobama.com/african-americans/
Reality Speaks

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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No.
Your math stories are fun and entertaining.
Your feeble attempts at hurling juvenile insults are not.
woof
can dish it out, but can't take it?

figures.

you best get back to the lego's, they challenge you plenty.
mutt

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Jan 31, 2014
 
Canton wrote:
But see little girl, you don't pay me
Is "Reality Speaks" actually a girl, or are you calling him that because you think girls are inferior?
and December 25th is a pagan holiday.
Those pagan gods must have been real losers, Anybody care about 'em now? Nope? Well, merry Christmas to all, then.
Pops

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woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>And what are the approval ratings for the moronic, most obstructionist Republicans in Congress in the history of this country. Not even half of Obama's. Imagine that. Those idiots have no ideas, no plans, just lies and slander at the beckoning of the likes of ALEC, U.S. COC and other dark money string pullers. It's funny how the worst president EVER got elected not once but twice while the GOP has put nothing but losers out there. They can't open their mouths without shooting themselves in the foot every day. It's like a skipping LP album.
Mainly what the majority of this country hears is their little butt- hurt crybabies whine. In all of the different forms of math I have learned 2-2=5 is still the wrong answer and will always be. Well, not to some people.
Typical Lib/progressive reply to truth...change the subject

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...In spite of my upbringing and family, I'm really not all that religious. I do believe in God however. You don't need to go to church or read the Bible to realize there is a God. All you have to do is watch those nature shows for a couple of hours, and if that doesn't make you a believer, no religion will.
Romans 1:18-20

For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth. For what can be known about God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them. For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse.
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Old Guy wrote:
Well, actually we were talking about evolution. You said that you couldn't see how life could spring from non-life, and therefore there must be a creator. I asked you then how the creator came to be. You admitted you had no idea. That's a real problem with your "theory." Because you can't understand how life could evolve from non-life, you suggest a creator. But then you still don't understand how a creator could come to be, and yet you are OK with that. A theory can be tested, and has the potential to be falsified. What test would you offer that could disprove your "theory" of the creation of life?
The evolutionists' own tests are evidence that life can't be created by happenstance. The links you provided about abiogenesis were interesting, but actually show that after chemicals have been manipulated in the "perfect" conditions by scientists for decades, they haven't been able to create life. And certainly not the complexity of life we know today. I agree with the chemist, Christian de Devu (?) who said that life would have had to begin and multiply quickly -- not over the course of thousands of years -- otherwise the odds are it would have succumbed to the elements.

What are your beliefs, exactly? God or no God? What's the purpose of believing that evolution is the basis of life?

I've read a bit about thermodynamics, and how the laws are applied. If you insist on being completely scientific in your reasoning (i.e. no God or supernatural designer of any type), then you simply don't exist. The 1st Law of Thermodynamics basically says that energy & matter doesn't increase or decrease, it just changes form. You can't get something from nothing. So, it's impossible for you to be here, scientifically speaking.

Now, if your motive isn't to disprove the existence of God, and you just want to talk about the beginning of life on the planet, that's fine. I do agree that there is small-scale adaptability that occurs in certain species. But simply believing that all life evolved from a cell(s) doesn't disprove the existence of an intelligent designer, especially to the point that you think ID shouldn't be taught in schools.
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Old Guy wrote:
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Evidence, Pops? Or is that just a factoid you heard on talk radio? I've always thought that Obama played down his blackness, and acted like the average bright white guy. That's probably why he was elected twice. At least half of your comments focus on his race, while offering no specifics about what you dislike. It makes you look bad.
Come on Old Guy. Don't insult yourself. I believe that you are smart enough to know that what I posted is true.
I truly don't care about his race, gender, age, height, weight or anything else that is superficial.
I have been an employer & cared only if someone could work with others & benefit the business. Color, short, tall, young, old, male, female, had a limp, or whatever didn't matter IF they were an asset to the bottom line. That is what made the company money & thusly them money.
IF Obama 'played down his race' as you say, with HIS ego & self serving attitude, it is because his advisers/handlers have counseled him well. Like turning his back on Jeremiah Wright after 20 yrs after his advisers clued him in.
Getting elected twice is a result of successful 'marketing' which sadly is something EVERY politician relies on...image marketing.
I can add more but this should be enough.
Canton

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mutt wrote:
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Is "Reality Speaks" actually a girl, or are you calling him that because you think girls are inferior?
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Those pagan gods must have been real losers, Anybody care about 'em now? Nope? Well, merry Christmas to all, then.
I don't have to answer to someone who has already been proven to be a liar. Jesus will be a floater right next to Zeus and Ra. In fact, that's what all of this is really about. A dying religion and a country that you guys don't recognize anymore. Mayberry is burning and Americans love it.
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Canton wrote:
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I don't have to answer to someone who has already been proven to be a liar. Jesus will be a floater right next to Zeus and Ra. In fact, that's what all of this is really about. A dying religion and a country that you guys don't recognize anymore. Mayberry is burning and Americans love it.
after reading above, I declare you a terrorist.

You must have re-defined American, because you have ZERO resemblance to one.

You are the problem with America, and she is about to abort you.

have fun.
Old Guy

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As it is taught in religion, God was always there. There was no beginning for him. How is that possible?
As I said before, religion does not have to make logical sense. It is a stories that early man told himself trying to explain a very complicated world, and develop rules for living together. We now know that some of those stories were wrong in the literal sense.

I'm sure you know that Galileo got into trouble with the Catholic religion, when he noted (quite correctly) that the Earth was not the center of the universe, but rotated around the sun.

"In the Catholic world prior to Galileo's conflict with the Church, the majority of educated people subscribed to the Aristotelian geocentric view that the earth was the center of the universe and that all heavenly bodies revolved around the Earth, despite the use of Copernican theories to reform the calendar in 1582.

Geocentrism agreed with a literal interpretation of Scripture in several places, such as 1 Chronicles 16:30, Psalm 93:1, Psalm 96:10, Psalm 104:5, Ecclesiastes 1:5 (in contrast with Job 26:7). Heliocentrism, the theory that the Earth was a planet, which along with all the others revolved around the Sun, contradicted both geocentrism and the prevailing theological support of the theory."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galileo_affair

Somehow, the Catholic Church and the Bible both survived being wrong on this factual point.
Old Guy

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How is it possible the universe goes on forever? And even if we ventured out into the universe far enough and found a wall, what's behind the wall?
I remember having the very same thought when I was young, and thinking they could just take a jackhammer to that wall! Actually, this is an active scientific discussion, with those that believe that the universe is finite, while others believe it is infinite. The finite universe would not have a wall, but could curve back upon itself. If you took a walk around our planet, that might seem infinite, but eventually you'd wind up back where you started.
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Old Guy wrote:
As I said before, religion does not have to make logical sense. It is a stories that early man told himself trying to explain a very complicated world...
Much like evolution is the modern man's way of trying to explain a very complicated world without God. And it might have worked, except the world is, indeed, very complicated ... one that requires a designer.
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I don't have to answer to someone who has already been proven to be a liar.
You just answered.
Mayberry is burning and Americans love it.
Another lie. Mayberry is burning, and Americans are upset about it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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