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Bored

Commerce, GA

#12028 May 18, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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There is a big difference in responding to a poll and actively seeking the establishment of Christianity as the national religion - which would be in complete violation of the intent of the 1st Amendment.
I found it far more interesting that 60% of the respondents, including 42% of those of a non-Christian faith and 29% of agnostics/atheists, believe that creationism should be taught in schools. As a Christian, I actually oppose teaching creationism if it is defined as the Biblical view of creation. But I am all for teaching the theory of Intelligent Design in the classroom alongside the theory of Evolution and informing students of the evidence both for and against both theories.

Good post.
Most conservatives dont need to take a poll to know that most Americans are NOT in favor of "government" establishing a "national" religion, how dumb could that be? This country's constitution was constructed to keep "government" out of religion and herein is the conflict, where the "federal" government is sticking it's nose into every facet of citizens lives, whether it be religion, political persuasion, etc.
PC is an anathema to freedom loving people everywhere and is one of the many reasons people want to immigrate to America.
If they knew the enlightened America we are living in today, they would turn tail and go back home.

Anyone can goolge intrusive american government and find out what I am saying.




Bored

Commerce, GA

#12029 May 18, 2013
example of intrusive government......

"On Monday, Sept 23, 2011 U.S.Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack spoke to the members of the National Restaurant Association to tell them that they need to create the appropriate transition to tasteless food, so that eventually Americans will learn to “adjust” their tastes to the kind of food that the federal government believes that they should eat.

“You know,” Vilsack said,“as we deal with this issue of reducing sodium and sugar, it sounds simple to do, but you all know better than I do, it’s not as simple as it sounds.”

“It’s going to take some time for people’s taste to adjust and they will adjust over time, but it will take some time. So, we have to make sure that what we do is create the appropriate transition. At the end of the day, though, we’ve got to deal with this.”

Anyone remember just recently, N.Y Mayor says super drinks will be outlawed.


“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#12030 May 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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No numb-nutz. POTUS doesn't negotiate pay raises.
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The IRS has 100,000 employees spread throughout the country. You get that 100,000 people is a LOT, right?
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Of course he said that, Bacon-Brians. The chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee is Republican Dave Camp from Michigan. He's just another actor in the politicizing of the whole thing.
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Why don't you just throw everything you can think of up against the wall and see what sticks? What about the possibility of Socialist aliens hiding on the dark side of the moon waiting to attack? Huh? Huh? What about that!
Give it rest and stop hyperventilating.
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You're hysterical and brain-washed. NOT logical. You are advocating a man who is as anti-science as has ever existed to serve on the House Science Committee.
That's just being an irresponsible voter. Yes. You. That's holding America back. You are personally responsible for a part of screwing up this nation.
Tell us, why conservative rght wing voters are holding America back. Please use facts, if yu can. By the way, do you believe it is OK for 15 year old girls to have free access to the morning after pill?

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#12032 May 18, 2013
guest wrote:
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I will say that those who think that "creationism' should be taught in schools were not polled as to wether it should be taught as science. I have no problem with it taught as comparative "religion" myself. That is what it is, religion. Same with 'ID'.
I think it pretty obvious they were not looking at it as a "religion" option, they were just asked if "creationism" should be taught -do not try to infer more than is there to make you feel better about the result. And the decision of one judge is hardly the standard to which the validity of Intelligent Design should or shall be determined.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#12033 May 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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I got the same crap as well. Some stupid thing where he says he gets to makerules and I have to drive up to N. Georgia then hike the Appalachian Trail to have some idiotic Deliverance picnic with him.
Stupid scheme to get himself out of the mess his mouth created for him. Basically it's wussy trash. Waste of time.
Do you have any answers as to how government education has let America down, and what the key drivers of this situation are?

Do you have any idea on how to fix it?

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#12034 May 18, 2013
Bored wrote:
example of intrusive government......
"On Monday, Sept 23, 2011 U.S.Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack spoke to the members of the National Restaurant Association to tell them that they need to create the appropriate transition to tasteless food, so that eventually Americans will learn to “adjust” their tastes to the kind of food that the federal government believes that they should eat.
“You know,” Vilsack said,“as we deal with this issue of reducing sodium and sugar, it sounds simple to do, but you all know better than I do, it’s not as simple as it sounds.”
“It’s going to take some time for people’s taste to adjust and they will adjust over time, but it will take some time. So, we have to make sure that what we do is create the appropriate transition. At the end of the day, though, we’ve got to deal with this.”
Anyone remember just recently, N.Y Mayor says super drinks will be outlawed.
The whole "super size issue", for drinks, fried or fatty foods, or whatever, is nothing more than a scheme to increase sales tax revenue.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#12035 May 18, 2013
guest wrote:
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Well, I'm not going to debate the finer points of it. There is no doubt in my mind that Rick Santorum, Sarah Palin, Michelle Bachman, Paul Broun, I could go on and on, would each and every one vote for an amendment to make Christianity the national religion..
I couldn't care less what rattles around in your little mind, but unless they SAID they would vote for such an amendment - your opinion is moot.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#12038 May 18, 2013
Stop-It-Now wrote:
<quoted text>Well this is over.
Paul Broun 2014 signs are increasing by the day. I even saw a Broun bumper sticker today.
formerresident

Decatur, GA

#12039 May 18, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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Do you have any answers as to how government education has let America down, and what the key drivers of this situation are?
Do you have any idea on how to fix it?
We are teaching for the industrial model. We teach how to work in a factory, with our need for standardized testing. The recent teacher scandal in Georgia is a perfect example of its failure.
Over the past three and a half years I took a massive study on storm water. I knew nothing.
After many experts, research, facts, trying to decipher through, I think the best analysis originated from my experience, as a way of explaining all of the facts. That couldn't be learned in a textbook.
And I wouldn't have been able to come up with the analysis, unless I had studied facts.
School needs to happen outside of the classroom too.
Wasn't DNA discovered by accident? Our wisdom often originates from our mistakes, and integrating experience with education.
Danger Zone

Norcross, GA

#12040 May 18, 2013
Bored wrote:
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Good post.
Most conservatives dont need to take a poll to know that most Americans are NOT in favor of "government" establishing a "national" religion, how dumb could that be? This country's constitution was constructed to keep "government" out of religion and herein is the conflict, where the "federal" government is sticking it's nose into every facet of citizens lives, whether it be religion, political persuasion, etc.
PC is an anathema to freedom loving people everywhere and is one of the many reasons people want to immigrate to America.
If they knew the enlightened America we are living in today, they would turn tail and go back home.
Anyone can goolge intrusive american government and find out what I am saying.
You are exactly right, keep government OUT of religion.
guest

United States

#12042 May 18, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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I think it pretty obvious they were not looking at it as a "religion" option, they were just asked if "creationism" should be taught -do not try to infer more than is there to make you feel better about the result. And the decision of one judge is hardly the standard to which the validity of Intelligent Design should or shall be determined.
That my friends is why it's useless to attempt debate. My hope is that the Rick Santorums and the Paul Brouns (and the Aggies) keep saying exactly what they believe. Shout it from the mountaintops. The country is changing and you will be LEFT BEHIND. Count on it.
Danger Zone

Norcross, GA

#12043 May 18, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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I looked up some other citations after reading your link. I'd call that more than a little disturbing. But I am stunned we haven't heard more outrage from the Left, especially considering what we would probably be hearing if this occurred under a Republican administration.
I do not care to indulge in conspiracy theories, however it does not take a great leap to do a little simple arithmetic and see there is cause for concern. The Department of Homeland Security
has purchased in the last 10 MONTHS 1.6 BILLION rounds of ammunition when their own records show they typically use 15 million rounds/ year. At that rate, they are now stocked for 106 years. Why? They have also purchased 2,717 retrofitted armored personnel carriers for service on the streets of the US - again, Why?
The link you provided states the new terminology as: " Federal military commanders have the authority, in extraordinary emergency circumstances where prior authorization by the President is impossible and duly constituted local authorities are unable to control the situation, to engage temporarily in activities that are necessary to quell large-scale, unexpected civil disturbances."
This includes circumstances involving “insurrection, domestic violence, or conspiracy that hinders the execution of State or Federal law” as well as actions “taken under express statutory authority.”
What does come to mind is one scenario that I would love to immediately discount, but it is difficult to in the current climate and given Obama's none to subtle efforts to gut the 2nd Amendment. Many law enforcement officials have stated uncategorically that should the Federal govt order the disarmament of law abiding citizens with legally obtained guns, they will not comply. Could that not be considered both "unexpected civil disturbances" and "conspiracy that hinders the execution of State or Federal law."
Am I saying that is the intent here?- absolutely not. Does it bear consideration?- unfortunately, yes.
George Soros, the evil L wing communist billionaire, has predicted civil unrest in the US. He says, there will be riots in American cities & streets, of a massive nature. He claims an evil period, unlike any before it, will be the result of an economic collapse, perhaps globally. I'm not into conspiracies neither & certainly not a prepper.
guest

United States

#12044 May 18, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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I think it pretty obvious they were not looking at it as a "religion" option, they were just asked if "creationism" should be taught -do not try to infer more than is there to make you feel better about the result. And the decision of one judge is hardly the standard to which the validity of Intelligent Design should or shall be determined.
That's exactly why, deary, the numbers were so relatively high. Had they been asked about it in relation to science the numbers would have been significantly lower. goodgodamighty.

It's like trying to converse with a post.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#12045 May 18, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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Tell us, why conservative rght wing voters are holding America back. Please use facts, if yu can. By the way, do you believe it is OK for 15 year old girls to have free access to the morning after pill?
Did you not read the post you responded to? I spelled out one reason as plain as day.

Right Wing conservative voters put a man who rejects all science on the House Committee on Science. How's that for holding America back?

Right Wing conservative voters put enough Members in the House where they get away with voting against the much-needed PPACU 37 times when they should be working for Americans.

Remember when these same right wingers voted down a Veterans jobs creation bill, but the same day voted in a dream-bill for big-coal? Not good for America.

But mostly they did nothing. Their primary concern was making Obama a 1-term president rather than cleaning up the mess the last Republican President left this country in.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#12046 May 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>That sure aint nothing to be proud of Capt.
Didn't say I was proud, just an observation.
ChicknButt

Douglasville, GA

#12047 May 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>Note to self: Dont give freaky people like bored my email. Man his last email was just creepy. He said he wanted me to go to a trail in Helena. Hike to some cabin with a loft. That hikers sleep in and we could be there all day alone. Now thats a weird and freaky conservative for ya. I'd say anyway.
I got about the same thing. It's weird and creepy, but more than anything it's him trying to talk tough while finding an exit strategy.

When you say it would be dumb as hell to drive 5 hours round-trip, go hiking in the woods, meet some freak in a cabin from a forum, no sane person will agree to that - so when you decline, he can say he was tough.

It's all mouth. Since he lived with girls his whole life he doesn't realize that running your mouth too much will get you a fist in it.

“Registered Conservative”

Since: Jul 11

Draketown, GA

#12048 May 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Did you not read the post you responded to? I spelled out one reason as plain as day.
Right Wing conservative voters put a man who rejects all science on the House Committee on Science. How's that for holding America back?
Right Wing conservative voters put enough Members in the House where they get away with voting against the much-needed PPACU 37 times when they should be working for Americans.
Remember when these same right wingers voted down a Veterans jobs creation bill, but the same day voted in a dream-bill for big-coal? Not good for America.
But mostly they did nothing. Their primary concern was making Obama a 1-term president rather than cleaning up the mess the last Republican President left this country in.
These are, in your opinion, holding America back. Nothing more, and certainly not factual with regards to our struggles. Obama, and his administration is holding us back. They are trying to takes us where so many have been. Didn't work then, won't work now. So, once again, just what is the goal of your ideology? What is the goal of this President.

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#12049 May 18, 2013
ChicknButt wrote:
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Do you have some copy of "dueling rules" or some other sissy sh!t like that that you're going by? You are one weird and pathetic dude.
I'm all registered. The offer is lunch in Atlanta. If you don't take me up on it, I just might meet you up in North GA the next time I head up there for other reasons. I'd be really curious to see if you show up, and if you're really brave enough to run your mouth in person like you do here. I'm pretty sure the answer is no on both counts.
It looks like we have another tough guy in here...

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#12050 May 18, 2013
General Robert E Lee wrote:
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Obama, and his administration is holding us back. They are trying to takes us where so many have been. Didn't work then, won't work now.
What are you talking about?

Since: Jan 10

Location hidden

#12051 May 18, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>We dont have one liquor store Irwinville. Pu""y. I know you wont say sh't to my face and I'm sure you know it too. Whenever you growup boy holla at me. Sissy.
And here's the other tough guy!

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