Put God, family, country above all else

Put God, family, country above all else

There are 27 comments on the Hampton Union story from Jan 14, 2011, titled Put God, family, country above all else. In it, Hampton Union reports that:

Perhaps the longest running debate in our nation's history is the meaning of Jefferson's "separation of church and state." Can our simple republic prosper without attachment to divine principle? I am convinced that our nation was in better hands when we placed our faith and destiny in God's hands.

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Yikes

Exeter, NH

#24 Mar 20, 2012
So FrankJL...are you done with this little rant of yours?

Since: Sep 09

Jaffrey, NH

#25 Mar 21, 2012
Yikes wrote:
So FrankJL...are you done with this little rant of yours?
Why no I am not Dofus. what? You cannot handle the truth about what the Founding Fathers said about christianity and the fact they thought christians were nothing more than stupid idiots who murder in the name of their religion and god at the drop of the hat?

What, you cannot handle someone who believes that all religions should be done away with and banned?

That I stand with the Founding Fathers and tell it like it is about Christian bigotry, murder, butchery etc?

If you want to live in a christian country, then go buy a freaking island somewhere and invite all your fellow christians there. That way when you all start slaughtering each over because of disagreements in dogma, you only slaughter yourselves and not innocent people who do not believe in the Christian fairy tale.

Since: Sep 09

Jaffrey, NH

#26 Mar 21, 2012
You just gotta love Christians. They think they are so perfect and have all the answers. Yet look at the real history of Christianity. Compared to Muslims and their evils, you make them look like boy scouts.

Millions have been slaughtered and butchered in the name of the Christian God to show all of us his great love. Millions have been tortured, butchered and murdered in the name of your Jesus Christ just to show us how much he loves us.

We are supposed to buy the Christian ideals when all these ideals have shown to us who have eyes to see,bigotry, hate, perversity, rape of children, castration of children, and a whole host of crimes against humanity.

So I will say to all christians who seek to make this a christian country alone. Get the hell out if you do not like the laws concerning Separation of Church and State. Take the words of the Founding Fathers and choke on them. If you think you christians are going to make this a christian country alone, you got another thing coming.

See this time, this Pagan, along with the rest of the Pagans, will NOT go quietly into that good night while you slaughter us with impunity. We will fight you, like the Celtic Warriors of Old. Remember the Celts? The ones who took down and drove out the Romans from England?

We Celts are alive and well and we will fight you megalomaniacs to our last breaths if you think you are going to make this a Christian country.
seabrook

Grand Rapids, MI

#27 Mar 21, 2012
Max Abramson wrote:
God is good.
Politicians are not.
At least one of your word came true.
Yikes

Exeter, NH

#28 Mar 21, 2012
Me making generalizations about Pagans and Celts would be about as idiotic as you making generalizations of Christians. Megalomania? Me? or You? I am not delusional, narcissistic, and I do not have a mania for grandiose performance. I believe that would define you...eh? Whaddya think? Reality check here. Rant little boy...GOD WILL have the last word, regardless. For the record, Christians know that they are NOT perfect. There was only one perfect person in this world and He got hung on a cross. Nighty-night!!!

Since: Feb 10

Exeter, NH

#29 Mar 23, 2012
People tend to forget why the red in that flag stands for justice. One man who was perfect was beaten and crucified for standing up to the religious establishment. The story of Pontius Pilate is the story of injustice, of a man washing his hands of a bad situation. It is easy to walk away from injustice, and that is why Dante Aligheri places Pilate in the Vestibule of Hell in his famous epic, Inferno.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Eccehomo1.j...

Experience and common sense tell us that justice has a price. Men were willing to fight for justice because they believed that it was worth fighting for. Do we, as a people, still consider God's justice? His word, His warning, the lessons that He teaches? Do we still look above for faith and inspiration? Or do we hide behind pride and imagine that we can find all answers with our limited senses and faculty?
Yikes

Exeter, NH

#30 Mar 23, 2012
Bravo Max. Well done.

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