somebody

Pineville, LA

#21 Aug 30, 2012
Bumblefoot wrote:
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Perhaps for some, and you do seem to function in a limited capacity, despite your obvious “limitations” and obsessions.
I am voting against obama by voting for Romney
Bumblefoot

Natchitoches, LA

#22 Aug 31, 2012
somebody wrote:
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I am voting against obama by voting for Romney
I can appreciate the notion of voting for the lesser of two evils, but voting FOR Mitt makes me want to vomit.
carl

Winnfield, LA

#23 Aug 31, 2012
Romney a decent christian successful biz man vs a 100% nasty azz lying do nothing creep...no brainer
Bumblefoot

Natchitoches, LA

#24 Aug 31, 2012
carl wrote:
Romney a decent christian successful biz man vs a 100% nasty azz lying do nothing creep...no brainer
So you’re going to vote for Mitt because he’s a good Mormon? It doesn’t sound like you are voting for the man, but against the devil you think you know.
a choice

Pineville, LA

#25 Aug 31, 2012
Bumblefoot wrote:
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I can appreciate the notion of voting for the lesser of two evils, but voting FOR Mitt makes me want to vomit.
For so long we have had no choice but to vote for "the lesser of two evils", and then we we expect different results from what we have had and wonder "why" we don't get better government? The answer is that both are evil! This November , in many states that recognize write-in votes, we still have Ron Paul we can write in, the man for liberty and constitutional government.
Anyone follow the RNC convention in Tampa this week? This is a video of the "insider elitist" of the RNC blotting out forever a grassroots dissenting voice.
http://www.dailypaul.com/252386/ben-swann-did...
Scroll down the page and listen to video. Corruption within the R party exposed!
think again

Pineville, LA

#26 Aug 31, 2012
carl wrote:
Romney a decent christian successful biz man vs a 100% nasty azz lying do nothing creep...no brainer
Followers of Joseph Smith are called Mormans ( not Christians)and support the church of the latter day saints. Christians are followers of Jesus Christ and follow the revealed Word of the one and only true God.

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#27 Aug 31, 2012
think again wrote:
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Followers of Joseph Smith are called Mormans ( not Christians)and support the church of the latter day saints. Christians are followers of Jesus Christ and follow the revealed Word of the one and only true God.
Mormonism is a denomination Christianity, just like Baptists, Catholics, Pentecostals, Methodists. They all have diference rituals and doctrines they follow, but they all pay homage to Jesus Christ. They're all Christians.

Remember, another name for the Mormon church is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Bumblefoot

Natchitoches, LA

#28 Aug 31, 2012
-Spartan- wrote:
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Mormonism is a denomination Christianity, just like Baptists, Catholics, Pentecostals, Methodists. They all have diference rituals and doctrines they follow, but they all pay homage to Jesus Christ. They're all Christians.
Remember, another name for the Mormon church is The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Point taken, but “most” Christians don’t believe God was once a man who lived on another planet. Not that I think believing in any particular religion should be a prerequisite for being president. By the way, have you saved any of your ancestor’s souls today?

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#29 Aug 31, 2012
Bumblefoot wrote:
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Point taken, but “most” Christians don’t believe God was once a man who lived on another planet. Not that I think believing in any particular religion should be a prerequisite for being president. By the way, have you saved any of your ancestor’s souls today?
Nah. I'm pretty sure my ancestors were pretty tough. But yeah, Mormonism is prety out there with it's doctrine.
think again

Pineville, LA

#30 Aug 31, 2012
-Spartan- wrote:
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Nah. I'm pretty sure my ancestors were pretty tough. But yeah, Mormonism is prety out there with it's doctrine.
Believe as you please..just remember Romans 14:11
"For it is written, As I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God."
Oh My

Winnfield, LA

#31 Aug 31, 2012
agree wrote:
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I agree. Obama was chosen from the beginning to finish the destruction of America for the One World Government cartel.Romney was willing to be the fall guy for them. Do you suspect he will be rewarded? The GOP made sure a candidate capable of beating Obama didn't get the nomination. The RC, yesterday, diverted Ron Paul supporters' buses yesterday so they wouldn't be there for a vote; rules were changed on the spot by voice vote and the Nay votes were clearly in the majority, but the chair ruled the yeas won...on and on cheating to keep Ron Paul from and the American people from winning. We no longer have free elections in this nation.
oh my here we go again with the cheating ron paul crap face it he ain't gonna get elected get over it
think again

Pineville, LA

#32 Sep 1, 2012
Ayreshire wrote:
<quoted text>There is something dead wrong with RON PAUL when the nutcases come out of the woodwork in support of him!! Notice how the anti-Israel, anti-American, Anti-Jewish clowns, are praising him and want the goon elected??
Ron Paul said that American policymakers were at least partially at fault for the country being attacked on 9/11 during a discussion of foreign policy on CBS's Face the Nation Sunday. Paul argued that the American military presence in Saudi Arabia - rather than ideological differences or anger over American prosperity - were motivation for the September 11 hijackers. Blaming the victim mentality.. It is Sick and WRONG. Blame squarely belongs on the shoulder of Islam, period. The most violent religion in the world today hell-bent on conquering and slaughtering anyone and all who will not submit to its blood thirsty ideology. Then we have our support for Israel and that infuriates Muslims as they are hell-bent on destroying that country and our ally. Ron Paul is WRONG!
Ron Paul is anti-Israel and that's why these clowns love him!
Ron Paul was OPPOSED to the Patriot Act something that has helped keep this country from being attacked as what happened on 9/11! Thanks to Muslim extremists there is no way around it!
Ron Paul supports quitting NATO.
"He supports raising the National Sales Tax." Ron Paul wants to eliminate the IRS "and replace it with... ready for this... NOTHING." He's never supported or voted for raising any tax.
Ron Paul wants to end all paper money and revert to a monetary system based on gold, which would make our nation the only government in the world to use the Gold Standard. Why stop there congressman, why not just go all the way back to the barter system like Europe during the dark ages?
The REAL reason why Ron Paul is a cook is his persistent inability to deal with foreign threats to our liberty. The word “foreign threat” is not even in his vocabulary. He seems to think that if we just turn withdraw from world affairs, the world will like us.
Ron Paul has the same foreign policy as our founding fathers.
"The foundation of libertarianism is mutual respect. It is a principle that extends to our relationships with people throughout the world.

In his first inaugural address, President Thomas Jefferson cited the essence of a libertarian foreign policy, "Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations -- entangling alliances with none." This echoed the advice of President George Washington that "the great rule of conduct for us in regard to foreign nations is, in extending our commercial relations, to have with them as little political connection as possible."
The above is reason enough to end our interventionist policy , but in addition another big reason is the economics of being policemen of the world. We are MORE that broke. We are in deep debt in this country. Our money is losing value everyday as the printing press roll to print more money to finance undeclared wars. Bring our men and women home, have a strong military on our shores, ready to defend us in event of an attack. We went after our attackers in WW2 and had determination to win. today, people are worn out with the never ending wars we are illegally engaged in now! Congress should declare war before we get engaged. NO war has been declared constitutionally since WW2.

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#33 Sep 1, 2012
I think you ARE Ron Paul.

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#35 Sep 1, 2012
me too wrote:
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Me, too. For what purpose do YOU think he will be kept in office?
For one thing-and this is obvious, but I'll say it anyway- he has the media reporting on any little thing he does that they can turn into a big puff piece about how wonderful he is; and on any little thing Romney does that they can spin into a negative (mostly in the form of snarky little remarks made with the intention of marginalizing him). He's a power-hungry little man with friends in high places. They have both power and money. Look how often he went to California to get money from his Hollywood buddies.(One California town was pi**ed because he refused to pay for the extra police protection needed during one of his Hollywood money grabs - http://obamareport.blogspot.com/2012/07/flash... ). Also he has LEGIONS of...sheep? People from ALL walks of life; from your average citizen to his friends with power and money set; who are who are blindly, and rabidly, devoted to him. Take a look at this http://obamamessiah.blogspot.com . I don't think people who think this way are going to let something like Romney getting more votes kick obama out of office.

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#36 Sep 1, 2012
think again wrote:
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Believe as you please..just remember Romans 14:11
"For it is written, As I live, saith the Lord, every knee shall bow to me, and every tongue shall confess to God."
Yeah, no. Religion isn't the arena you want to meet me on. Keep your faith to yourself. Thanks.
think again

Pineville, LA

#37 Sep 1, 2012
Little Pessimist wrote:
I think you ARE Ron Paul.
Thank you, but his wisdom and experience far exceeds mine. He has awakened many out of their apathy and ignorance with his speeches and actions in Congress. God bless this man, Ron Paul, a true statesman!
It was a bad day for our country now and in the future when at the RNC this week the Republican party changed several of its own rules on the spot in order to deny Dr. Paul the opportunity to be nominated and have a 15 minute speaking slot before the delegates. Rules required a candidate have a five state plurality of delegates to be nominated. Paul, even after all the stripping away his duly elected delegates had 6 states. So the RNC changed the rules on the floor this week to increase the number of states being necessary. They went further to make sure no future grassroots candidate be nominated by the RNC. The rules were changed to insure a few people would have power to remove any duly elected delegate and to be replaced by the party with someone they liked. See how the nomination was stolen: http://www.examiner.com/article/how-the-gop-s...
This is not "land of the free" , we are experiencing tyranny.
think again

Pineville, LA

#38 Sep 1, 2012
-Spartan- wrote:
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Yeah, no. Religion isn't the arena you want to meet me on. Keep your faith to yourself. Thanks.
What on earth do you mean by that statement? You sound a little arrogant. I'll share my faith as the Lord leads, but it does little good to share with people whom the Lord describes thus: "Yea, they made their hearts as an adamant stone, lest they should hear the law, and the words which the Lord of hosts hath sent in his spirit ......".
think again

Pineville, LA

#39 Sep 1, 2012
Sorry I posted twice

“Escaped to The North”

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#40 Sep 1, 2012
think again wrote:
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What on earth do you mean by that statement? You sound a little arrogant. I'll share my faith as the Lord leads, but it does little good to share with people whom the Lord describes thus: "Yea, they made their hearts as an adamant stone, lest they should hear the law, and the words which the Lord of hosts hath sent in his spirit ......".
I speak of tough ancestry in a post that had nothing to do with you and you cite bible verses in response to it. Couple that with a screen name like "think again" and it really comes off as antagonistic.

So, you were given fair warning to keep your faith to yourself.

And so in your sanctimonious, self righteousness you proceed to call me hard-hearted with another passage from your book.

Do you really wish to fight this futile battle? Truth will always conquer myth. I implore you. Reconsider, go your own way.
think again

Pineville, LA

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