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I don't watch the show, as a matter of fact I think its kinda dumb. However, the liberal so called "progressive" nuts are attacking him for what is called free speech! Hey Phil, good for you! You're entitled to your opinion. As we ALL know, if similar comments came from a liberal whack nut nobody would say shi.t and that is not right! So no, I don't think so liberals, you ain't gettin away with it and may their show SOAR in ratings in the name of all that is RIGHT!
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Progun wrote:
I don't watch the show, as a matter of fact I think its kinda dumb. However, the liberal so called "progressive" nuts are attacking him for what is called free speech! Hey Phil, good for you! You're entitled to your opinion. As we ALL know, if similar comments came from a liberal whack nut nobody would say shi.t and that is not right! So no, I don't think so liberals, you ain't gettin away with it and may their show SOAR in ratings in the name of all that is RIGHT!
Discrimination and judgement in Gods name is NOT CHRISTIAN!
You are with sin yet you cars to cast stones?
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not in him wrote:
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Discrimination and judgement in Gods name is NOT CHRISTIAN!
You are with sin yet you cars to cast stones?
First off, try proof reading. Second, I never said anything about religion. With that said, GFY.

“Government IS the problem.”

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Robertson didn't say anything hateful, he merely listed some sins as listed in the Bible. Fornication, homosexuality, stealing, beastiality, etc.
He stated that he was not here to judge but to love his fellow man.

A&E really had no play from the start. Robertson is a wealthy man who stands by his convictions and didn't really want to be on TV in the beginning. If A&E would have pushed the situation Robertson and his family would have walked away or the show would have been picked up by another network.

There is no free speech when it comes to political correctness. GLAAD and the left wing media would rather go after someone like Robertson that the people who really do harm homosexuals, like the leaders in Iran or some of the other Middle East countries.
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Why is it that this Robertson clown and conservatives in general seem to focus primarily on homosexuality to the exclusion of almost 700 other Biblical sins to be avoided by so called Christians…?

Could it be that it is just expedient for hateful conservatives and self styled Christians to bash a group of people while they themselves engage in 690 other Biblical sins daily…?

http://www.wogim.org/sinlist.htm
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Sam Lowree wrote:
Robertson didn't say anything hateful, he merely listed some sins as listed in the Bible. Fornication, homosexuality, stealing, beastiality, etc.
He stated that he was not here to judge but to love his fellow man.
A&E really had no play from the start. Robertson is a wealthy man who stands by his convictions and didn't really want to be on TV in the beginning. If A&E would have pushed the situation Robertson and his family would have walked away or the show would have been picked up by another network.
There is no free speech when it comes to political correctness. GLAAD and the left wing media would rather go after someone like Robertson that the people who really do harm homosexuals, like the leaders in Iran or some of the other Middle East countries.
Shallow Thinking Sambo!
You must be One of the Iranians then right. You and your FAUX CHRISTIAN RIGHTIES are all about DESTROYING Gays. You certainly do your best to enslave them in this country by passing discriminatory legislation directed at them.

Try to divert attention from your OWN HATEFUL ways?

Maybe you also agree with Robertson that those "Blacks in the south when he grew up..." working in the cotton fields as indentured farmers were REALLY, REALLY HAPPY and never complained and were doing GODS work!

What a schmuck!!!! By any standard not just Political Correctness.

“Government IS the problem.”

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GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Why is it that this Robertson clown and conservatives in general seem to focus primarily on homosexuality to the exclusion of almost 700 other Biblical sins to be avoided by so called Christians…?
I often ask the same question. Robertson didn't focus on homosexuality, he made a list of sins.
In my opinion too many Christians focus entirely too much time on homosexuality rather than treating others how they would like to be treated.

A lot of the dos and don'ts in the Bible were for specific eras. As Robertson has stated the main focus of Christianity is to love God and treat others as you want to be treated. This is what Jesus stated and these two simple rules encompass the ten commandments.
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Sam Lowree wrote:
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I often ask the same question. Robertson didn't focus on homosexuality, he made a list of sins.
In my opinion too many Christians focus entirely too much time on homosexuality rather than treating others how they would like to be treated.
A lot of the dos and don'ts in the Bible were for specific eras. As Robertson has stated the main focus of Christianity is to love God and treat others as you want to be treated. This is what Jesus stated and these two simple rules encompass the ten commandments.
Well written Sam.
The point is, I think, that the inclusion of Gays in a list of BEHAVIORS is incorrect and wrong. There is NO association in being Gay or Black in Reality, with those behaviors.
I defend Robertson's rights to say what he did. I also defend the right for HIM to be corrected in as he IS a public figure and his words, Perhaps, Have greater weight therefore.
Treat others as you would like to be treated. But, be prepared to fail and learn.
It's a pleasure Sam.
I hope you had a Merry Christmas and Hope also that you have a Happy and Healthy New Year.
GRANDPA NICOLAI

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Sam Lowree wrote:
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I often ask the same question. Robertson didn't focus on homosexuality, he made a list of sins.
In my opinion too many Christians focus entirely too much time on homosexuality rather than treating others how they would like to be treated.
A lot of the dos and don'ts in the Bible were for specific eras. As Robertson has stated the main focus of Christianity is to love God and treat others as you want to be treated. This is what Jesus stated and these two simple rules encompass the ten commandments.
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I agree that much of the Bible is written for specific eras and if we look at the ten commandments we will note that the majority of them were mostly intended to prevent the annihilation of a small society (the Jews in the Biblical era) from within.

From my perspective, the main focus of Christianity is to live and let live, or as Candide discovered, "every man should tend his own garden"

Happy new Years.
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Barack Obama and the vacationing First Family skipped church this Christmas, despite the President urging Christians earlier this month to remember the religious aspect of the holiday.

Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia are in Hawaii for a 17-day vacation.

The news comes after President Obama asked Americans not to forsake Jesus as they exchanged presents during the annual 'Christmas in Washington' special earlier this month, the White House Dossier reported.

'Every year, we mark the holiday season with celebrations and good cheer. And I should remind my girls that I like getting Christmas presents as much as anybody,' Obama said.

'But this is also a time to remember the story of a child born to two faithful travelers on a holy night, long ago.'

Obama played golf on Christmas Eve while his wife spoke with children on the phone for 30 minutes about Santa’s whereabouts.

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not in him wrote:
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Discrimination and judgement in Gods name is NOT CHRISTIAN!
You are with sin yet you cars to cast stones?
You stupid Jerk. People make judgements daily. Why in the hell do you think they call it Judgement Day. Look at you, you made one here, grow up, shut up and stop making the rest of us puke up
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GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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I agree that much of the Bible is written for specific eras and if we look at the ten commandments we will note that the majority of them were mostly intended to prevent the annihilation of a small society (the Jews in the Biblical era) from within.
From my perspective, the main focus of Christianity is to live and let live, or as Candide discovered, "every man should tend his own garden"
Happy new Years.
God gave Moses the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai to serve as principles of moral behavior for the human race. The Ten Commandments of God are the foundation of the moral code and legal system of justice for Western Christian civilization.

The architecture of the U. S. Supreme Court building reflects this biblical foundation. At the center of the sculpture over the east portico of the Supreme Court Building, there is the image of Moses holding the two tablets of the Ten Commandments; these are also engraved over the chair of the Chief Justice and on the bronze doors of the Supreme Court.
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Pastor Pete wrote:
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God gave Moses the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai to serve as principles of moral behavior for the human race. The Ten Commandments of God are the foundation of the moral code and legal system of justice for Western Christian civilization.
The architecture of the U. S. Supreme Court building reflects this biblical foundation. At the center of the sculpture over the east portico of the Supreme Court Building, there is the image of Moses holding the two tablets of the Ten Commandments; these are also engraved over the chair of the Chief Justice and on the bronze doors of the Supreme Court.
So you are saying we are a country based on Judaism?

Moses was a Jew not a Christian. And likewise there were approximately 648 original commandment of which the 10 are the most widely quoted. Also, depending on the translation the 10 commandments can mean different thing to different cultures.

Still, the display of the 10 commandments are not an endorsement of Christianity or Judaism. The Constitution clearly states there will be NO NATIONAL RELIGION.

No offense to the 10 commandments, they are an excellent guideline to rational living, except when it comes to Nationalism. What happens to those who have broken the commandments when ordered to by their government?

Likewise if a government discriminates in it's laws, like we do to gays etal, is that forgivable?

Hope you have a Happy New Year!
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Pastor Pete wrote:
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God gave Moses the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai to serve as principles of moral behavior for the human race. The Ten Commandments of God are the foundation of the moral code and legal system of justice for Western Christian civilization.
The architecture of the U. S. Supreme Court building reflects this biblical foundation. At the center of the sculpture over the east portico of the Supreme Court Building, there is the image of Moses holding the two tablets of the Ten Commandments; these are also engraved over the chair of the Chief Justice and on the bronze doors of the Supreme Court.
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Whatever you believe the origin of the Ten Commandments to be it don't change the fact that the human race already possessed a moral code equivalent to the one mandated in the Biblical Commandments.

The 42 Principles of Maat preceded the Ten Commandments by several thousand years and there are those who claim Moses adopted many of them as the Ten Commandments, and as HI PETE (JRC?) points out, there are over 600 some odd commandments in the Bible.

Since Moses was one of the many ancient law givers it is only fit his image be included in the architecture of the U.S Supreme Court building, but that inclusion does not reflect the Biblical foundation of our laws because the murals also include images of Hammurabi, Muhammad, Confucius, Lycurgus, Charlemagne, Napoleon and many others…

Happy New year!
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GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Whatever you believe the origin of the Ten Commandments to be it don't change the fact that the human race already possessed a moral code equivalent to the one mandated in the Biblical Commandments.
The 42 Principles of Maat preceded the Ten Commandments by several thousand years and there are those who claim Moses adopted many of them as the Ten Commandments, and as HI PETE (JRC?) points out, there are over 600 some odd commandments in the Bible.
Since Moses was one of the many ancient law givers it is only fit his image be included in the architecture of the U.S Supreme Court building, but that inclusion does not reflect the Biblical foundation of our laws because the murals also include images of Hammurabi, Muhammad, Confucius, Lycurgus, Charlemagne, Napoleon and many others…
Happy New year!
Happy New Year to you and yours Gramps.
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Did you get the fat squaw out of Taylor's tavern???
Or is she still out in the parking lot??
No BUTTHEAD1, we are in Vallarta at our Marina House. Come over for lunch.
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The notion that our country was based on Christianity or the Bible is nonsense, the usual attempt to rewrite history. The words "Jesus Christ, Christianity, Bible, Creator, Divine, and God" are never mentioned in the Constitution-- not even once.

In fact, our Founders made sure that our new country would NOT be based on one religion, which was radical for their day. "No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States." (Article 6, section 3).

"Most of the Founders were Deists, which is to say they thought the universe had a creator, but that he does not concern himself with the daily lives of humans, and does not directly communicate with humans, either by revelation or by sacred books. They spoke often of God,(Nature's God or the God of Nature), but this was not the God of the bible. "

http://freethought.mbdojo.com/foundingfathers...

As GRANDPA has written, our Founders were much more students of European Enlightenment than of biblical Christianity.
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These men were our Founding Fathers: John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and George Washington.

Of these men, only John Jay was an orthodox Christian. From the source I cited above:

"On October 12, 1816, Jay wrote, "Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is the duty, as well as the privilege and interest, of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers."

It is John Jay that the modern Christians have in mind when they talk about the Founding Fathers. Luckily for the rest of us, and all freedom-loving Americans, he was not in the majority."

Christians have been falsely proclaiming that ours is a "Christian nation" ever since it was begun. Except for John Jay, none of our Founders agreed with that idea.

The constitution made this clear, and the Supreme Court through the years has repeatedly ruled for the separation of church and state.
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Phil is a dying breed of redneck ignorance that is steeped in lack of education and cousins marrying cousins. He also said men should marry 15 year old girls, sounds like typical perv to me. Fug em' and his zombie kids.
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Phil Sucks Duck D wrote:
Phil is a dying breed of redneck ignorance that is steeped in lack of education and cousins marrying cousins. He also said men should marry 15 year old girls, sounds like typical perv to me. Fug em' and his zombie kids.
Jealous much? Sorry your life sucks!! Lol

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