Pregnancy from rape is not - God's will'

Pregnancy from rape is not - God's will'

There are 33 comments on the The Washington Post story from Oct 24, 2012, titled Pregnancy from rape is not - God's will'. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

Republican Richard Mourdock, candidate for Indiana's U.S. Senate seat, participates in a debate with Democrat Joe Donnelly and Libertarian Andrew Horning in a debate in New Albany, Ind., on Oct.

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Billy Ringo

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#22 Oct 25, 2012
Ascendo Tuum wrote:
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and what kind of person uses: refudiate??
"Refudiate" is part of the vernacular of the FUTURE President of the United States. It is also a very popular word with our North Korean allies.

Palin/Bachmann - 2016 <--- mavericky, damn mavericky !!!!

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#23 Oct 25, 2012
I thought Republiscums are pushing for:

Santorum/Palin/Antichrist 2016

Heck, Glenn Bech tells his rightwing mob why bother to vote this year.
Billy Ringo

United States

#24 Oct 26, 2012
Beck is the man !!!!!!!!!!

He is severly conservative, you know.

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#25 Oct 26, 2012
"Obama leads Romney by 4 in Ohio" TP

Get a load of how Romney is trying to scare and harass Ohio voters into thinking they are losing all Jeep production to China.

It is called EXPANDING Jeep production to China for the Chinese market the largest in the world.

That is because Chrysler has survived Bush's Great Recession thanks to President Obama and no thanks to POS Romney who thought we should LET CHRYSLER GO BANKRUPT AND LET THE PEOPLE OF OHIO STARVE.
Ascendo Tuum

Palo Alto, CA

#26 Oct 29, 2012
Billy Ringo wrote:
Beck is the man !!!!!!!!!!
He is severly conservative, you know.
Sir... I beg to differ.... Gwenn (Cry me a River) Beck is no man.
Appalachian American

Dayton, OH

#27 Oct 29, 2012
The liberal news media took Mr. Mourdock's statement out of context. If you leave off part of what someone says you can completely distort what they meant.
The Bible teaches that God has two wills, a perfect will and a permissive will. In His perfect will He desires that no one go to hell but since he desired to create persons who could return His love on their own free will he allowed them to choose their own destiny.
The best way I can explain it is parents also have two wills. Although they are not perfect most do not desire for their children to ever be hurt or especially killed. Still yet, in their permissive will they allow their children to learn to walk, to learn to ride a bicycle, to learn to swim, to go to school, to learn to drive,to join the military, etc., all the while knowing full well that there are going to certainly be injuries or possibly death. We have to also allow our children to exercise their free will. Does that mean it is every parents will for their children to be injured? Absolutely not, but in any sense of the word every parent allows their children to be hurt numerous times during their childhood.

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#28 Oct 29, 2012
"BREAKING: Paul Ryan in NYC for five minutes, power-cleans a storm drain, flashes biceps, leaves.#Sandy" - BOB

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#29 Oct 29, 2012


Romney lies about EVERYTHING.

Chrysler now fact-checking Romney's skanky mouth.
Ascendo Tuum

Palo Alto, CA

#30 Oct 29, 2012
Appalachian American wrote:
The liberal news media took Mr. Mourdock's statement out of context. If you leave off part of what someone says you can completely distort what they meant.
The Bible teaches that God has two wills, a perfect will and a permissive will. In His perfect will He desires that no one go to hell but since he desired to create persons who could return His love on their own free will he allowed them to choose their own destiny.
The best way I can explain it is parents also have two wills. Although they are not perfect most do not desire for their children to ever be hurt or especially killed. Still yet, in their permissive will they allow their children to learn to walk, to learn to ride a bicycle, to learn to swim, to go to school, to learn to drive,to join the military, etc., all the while knowing full well that there are going to certainly be injuries or possibly death. We have to also allow our children to exercise their free will. Does that mean it is every parents will for their children to be injured? Absolutely not, but in any sense of the word every parent allows their children to be hurt numerous times during their childhood.
uh... so exactly what are you saying? These women willed themselves to be raped?? Really??!!! ROTFALMFAO!!! Cryst... that's more absurd than Mourdock's statement!(not by much though)
Billy Ringo

Noblesville, IN

#31 Oct 31, 2012
Appalachian American wrote:
The liberal news media took Mr. Mourdock's statement out of context. If you leave off part of what someone says you can completely distort what they meant.
The Bible teaches that God has two wills, a perfect will and a permissive will. In His perfect will He desires that no one go to hell but since he desired to create persons who could return His love on their own free will he allowed them to choose their own destiny.
The best way I can explain it is parents also have two wills. Although they are not perfect most do not desire for their children to ever be hurt or especially killed. Still yet, in their permissive will they allow their children to learn to walk, to learn to ride a bicycle, to learn to swim, to go to school, to learn to drive,to join the military, etc., all the while knowing full well that there are going to certainly be injuries or possibly death. We have to also allow our children to exercise their free will. Does that mean it is every parents will for their children to be injured? Absolutely not, but in any sense of the word every parent allows their children to be hurt numerous times during their childhood.
hu????

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#32 Nov 4, 2012
...Hard digging out with a shovel, when Bush used a bulldozer for eght years....

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#33 Nov 4, 2012
Old video revives controversy on #Romney's Mormonism; "Jesus in Missouri": http://tinyurl.com/c7tmlnr

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#34 Nov 4, 2012
People should really stop using the word incompetence to describe voting situation in Florida. It's purposeful disenfranchisement " - MC

Republiscum out in force in Swing States PREVENTING as much voting as possible.

Cheaters, cheaters, cheaters, scumbags.

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