Delaware politicos: Don't take O'Donn...

Delaware politicos: Don't take O'Donnell lightly

There are 33 comments on the EDGEprovidence.com News Feed story from Sep 21, 2010, titled Delaware politicos: Don't take O'Donnell lightly. In it, EDGEprovidence.com News Feed reports that:

A Christine O'Donnell sign along U.S. Route 13 near the intersection of Route 16 in Greenwood, Del., on Sunday, Sept.

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Frank Stanton

New York, NY

#21 Sep 21, 2010
DNF wrote:
<quoted text>I'm a bit confused today. Please clarify a few things if you will. Are you a registered Libertarian that always votes republican or a registered republican that always votes libertarian. Or just a tinfoil hat wearing tea party armchair whiner?
I'm a registered Libertarian. I consider myself an "Independent", part of that 20% of the American electorate who usually decides federal elections. I vote for third party candidates whenever possible. If a race has ONLY a Republican candidate and a Democratic candidate, I vote Republican. I have voted in EVERY election since 1976, and I have NEVER voted for a Democrat, and never will.(If I ever voted for a Democrat, there would be an earthquake in New York and seismologists would trace the epicenter to my dear departed father's grave where they would measure him spinning at 3000 rpm.)

Since: Apr 07

Philadelphia, PA

#22 Sep 21, 2010
The Virgin Queen1 wrote:
<quoted text>
Not so hard to understand. Americans tend to be more religious than other civilized Western nations. We might not always be devoutly religious, but we're still not so secular, especially when you move away from the coasts. Religious people are not always logical. And we also tend to vote for anyone who promotes "Christian" values...even when those people are flat-out idiots.
It is, indeed, like a mental illness. It's funny how people say that. If there are two candidates and the "christian" is standing next to a beehive, the followers will run to that candidate, even as bees sting them, even as they are handed hammers which they proceed to hammer *THEMSELVES IN THE HEAD WITH* as they damage themselves, endanger themselves, ruin their own lives, ALLLLLL to be near the "christian" candidate.

Know what is weird about those people? They *do* damage their lives and constantly shoot themselves in the foot, and then they keep limping, and then the foot gets infected and the leg has to be amputated, and they have *excuse after excuse* about how it had NNNNNNOTHING to do with their choices and EEEEEVERYTHING to do with someone else's choices.

As of about two days ago, I am no longer believing they're entirely sane. That's not how sanity works. It's not how it's defined. It simply doesn't make sense. And certain little adjustments in my behavior have shown me that I'm juuuust beginning to treat them as if they're slightly wonky mental patients.
Frank Stanton

New York, NY

#23 Sep 21, 2010
rdg1234 wrote:
<quoted text>
It is, indeed, like a mental illness. It's funny how people say that. If there are two candidates and the "christian" is standing next to a beehive, the followers will run to that candidate, even as bees sting them, even as they are handed hammers which they proceed to hammer *THEMSELVES IN THE HEAD WITH* as they damage themselves, endanger themselves, ruin their own lives, ALLLLLL to be near the "christian" candidate.
Know what is weird about those people? They *do* damage their lives and constantly shoot themselves in the foot, and then they keep limping, and then the foot gets infected and the leg has to be amputated, and they have *excuse after excuse* about how it had NNNNNNOTHING to do with their choices and EEEEEVERYTHING to do with someone else's choices.
As of about two days ago, I am no longer believing they're entirely sane. That's not how sanity works. It's not how it's defined. It simply doesn't make sense. And certain little adjustments in my behavior have shown me that I'm juuuust beginning to treat them as if they're slightly wonky mental patients.
So ANYONE who is a Christian, Jew, Muslim, Mormon, Hindu, Buddhist, or any other religion, is obviously mentally ill, SOLELY BECAUSE they are religious, huh ? I think the VAST MAJORITY of Americans disagree with you.

For the recod, I attend my Lutheran church each and every Sunday, because I enjoy doing so. And the Lutheran Church (ELCA) is the LARGEST religious denomination in the U.S. to welcome openly gay and lesbian people, and ordain openly gay and lesbian people into the ministry. I have been a Lutheran for more than 50 years.

Since: Jan 08

Bangkok, Thailand

#24 Sep 21, 2010
Frank Stanton wrote:
<quoted text>
Yup, a TRUE American you are ! Apparently anyone who disagrees with you is just too STUPID to be allowed to vote.
Liberals don't favor democracy. They just want to sit in their ivory towers and rule "the little people", because they're too stupid to make decisions for themselves and run their own lives. They need the "all-wise intellectuals" to rule them under a dictatorship for their own good.
If that's what you want, then move to the "Worker's Paradise" of Cuba, where the people just lie on the beach sunning themselves all day in the "Worker's Paradise" of milk and honey.
You TWITS are POSITIVELY DANGEROUS to America.
So, Frank, the party that wouldn't allow Obama to appoint someone in his administration who had made a mistake on their tax form and was in the midst of correcting that mistake and is against anything that isn't strictly "Christian" votes for a woman who owes back taxes of $12,000 and admits to dabbling in witchcraft (actually Satanism). If that isn't gullible or stupid what would you call it? It goes far beyond mere hypocrisy.

DNF

“Judge less, Love more”

Since: Apr 07

Born in Newark Ohio

#25 Sep 21, 2010
Frank Stanton wrote:
<quoted text>
So ANYONE who is a Christian, Jew, Muslim, Mormon, Hindu, Buddhist, or any other religion, is obviously mentally ill, SOLELY BECAUSE they are religious, huh ? I think the VAST MAJORITY of Americans disagree with you.
For the recod, I attend my Lutheran church each and every Sunday, because I enjoy doing so. And the Lutheran Church (ELCA) is the LARGEST religious denomination in the U.S. to welcome openly gay and lesbian people, and ordain openly gay and lesbian people into the ministry. I have been a Lutheran for more than 50 years.
You reminded me of Rod McKuen's words in "Finding My Father". He was speaking of a woman by the name of Bryant.(A as in abomination, Bryant).

He was glad to know she was a born again Christian. He hoped she'd continue being born again

and again

and again

till she finally got it right.

“The Buybull is innerrrent.”

Since: Jun 08

Schaumburg, IL

#26 Sep 21, 2010
There you go engaging with the unhinged, racist, pedo, Daniel from LI, again. You must enjoy reading his posts at some level, or you wouldn't reply directly to his quite deliberate bomb throwing. Congratulations on keeping him going.

DNF

“Judge less, Love more”

Since: Apr 07

Born in Newark Ohio

#27 Sep 21, 2010
writewingproxycontin wrote:
There you go engaging with the unhinged, racist, pedo, Daniel from LI, again. You must enjoy reading his posts at some level, or you wouldn't reply directly to his quite deliberate bomb throwing. Congratulations on keeping him going.
Many time what I write isn't always for the education of the person am responding to.

And who the F**K elected you the TOPIX protocal police!

I swear the next bitchy queen who pisses me off is in DEEP trouble.

NEVER F**K with my guardian Angels again.

http://www.topix.com/forum/news/gay/T8BPEBC2H...

“I'm not gay, I'm celisexual!”

Since: Jul 10

Location hidden

#28 Sep 22, 2010
rdg1234 wrote:
<quoted text>
It is, indeed, like a mental illness. It's funny how people say that. If there are two candidates and the "christian" is standing next to a beehive, the followers will run to that candidate, even as bees sting them, even as they are handed hammers which they proceed to hammer *THEMSELVES IN THE HEAD WITH* as they damage themselves, endanger themselves, ruin their own lives, ALLLLLL to be near the "christian" candidate.
Know what is weird about those people? They *do* damage their lives and constantly shoot themselves in the foot, and then they keep limping, and then the foot gets infected and the leg has to be amputated, and they have *excuse after excuse* about how it had NNNNNNOTHING to do with their choices and EEEEEVERYTHING to do with someone else's choices.
As of about two days ago, I am no longer believing they're entirely sane. That's not how sanity works. It's not how it's defined. It simply doesn't make sense. And certain little adjustments in my behavior have shown me that I'm juuuust beginning to treat them as if they're slightly wonky mental patients.
If you put it in persepective, the average conservative Christian thinks Armageddon would be a good thing. And I mean that seriously. A little factoid like that explains a great deal about how conservative Christians vote. And I think if more secular Americans, as well as people in other countries, could grasp that fact, they would know precisely the kinds of people they were dealing with. Making the country and the world a better place is not necessarily an important part of the philosophy followed by conservative Christians.

Since: Apr 07

Philadelphia, PA

#29 Sep 22, 2010
Frank Stanton wrote:
<quoted text>
So ANYONE who is a Christian, Jew, Muslim, Mormon, Hindu, Buddhist, or any other religion, is obviously mentally ill, SOLELY BECAUSE they are religious, huh ? I think the VAST MAJORITY of Americans disagree with you.
THE VAST MAJORITY ON THESE BOARDS disagree with you, and it has never for one damn second stopped you from saying *exactly* what you think.

Has it?

Has it?

Do you think I give a ***k what these people think? Please, use yourself as an example. YOU don't care.

Wow.
Frank Stanton wrote:
For the recod, I attend my Lutheran church each and every Sunday, because I enjoy doing so. And the Lutheran Church (ELCA) is the LARGEST religious denomination in the U.S. to welcome openly gay and lesbian people, and ordain openly gay and lesbian people into the ministry. I have been a Lutheran for more than 50 years.
That's fine, but don't tell me I need to have any concern about what the average person "thinks." I don't give a shit, JUST LIKE YOU DON'T (about other matters). What I do do (and don't always remember to do) is to put "christian" or "christians" in quotation marks to identify the FALSE ones. I don't feel every christian is that way,

but I do think *MANY* are.

Whether you like it or not.

Since: Apr 07

Philadelphia, PA

#30 Sep 22, 2010
The Virgin Queen1 wrote:
<quoted text>
If you put it in persepective, the average conservative Christian thinks Armageddon would be a good thing. And I mean that seriously. A little factoid like that explains a great deal about how conservative Christians vote. And I think if more secular Americans, as well as people in other countries, could grasp that fact, they would know precisely the kinds of people they were dealing with. Making the country and the world a better place is not necessarily an important part of the philosophy followed by conservative Christians.
For the past several days, I have been explaining *EXACTLY* what you say here -- but, and you should note this carefully, in ENTIRELY different words. The way you explain it and the way I explain it are two different things.

No one is listening.

No one is reacting.

No one cares.

I am begining to wonder if "gay rights" are a lost cause. The pro-gay don't get that the anti-gay are, at their worst,*NOT RATIONAL* and willing to do *ANYTHING* under the sun to attain their goal.

The pro-gay are *NOT* behaving this way and it's costing them dearly.

“The Buybull is innerrrent.”

Since: Jun 08

King Of Prussia, PA

#31 Sep 22, 2010
DNF wrote:
<quoted text>Many time what I write isn't always for the education of the person am responding to.
And who the F**K elected you the TOPIX protocal police!
Hey genius, you could mock or dissemble the racist pedo's posts without replying directly to his posts.

but you enjoy feeding the troll for some reason. That's about you. Not about him.

As for police, you're free to ignore common sense, obvious antidotes to the cretin in question. As you will.
Frank Stanton

New York, NY

#32 Sep 22, 2010
DNF wrote:
<quoted text>Many time what I write isn't always for the education of the person am responding to.
And who the F**K elected you the TOPIX protocal police!
I swear the next bitchy queen who pisses me off is in DEEP trouble.
NEVER F**K with my guardian Angels again.
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/gay/T8BPEBC2H...
Don't even bother with him. Just ignore him. He's just insane.

DNF

“Judge less, Love more”

Since: Apr 07

Born in Newark Ohio

#33 Sep 24, 2010
Frank Stanton wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't even bother with him. Just ignore him. He's just insane.
you would know

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