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Che Reagan Christ

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We're both happily married...to members of the opposite sex.
That explains the frustration.

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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That explains the frustration.
I'm sorry for you.
Seek professional help.

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RU_Kiddingme wrote:
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Che has always been a scholar and a gentleman with me. I happen to think he's aces.
Only because he can't screw himself.

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by Terence P. Jeffrey

Beginning now, with the opening of government-run health-insurance exchanges, President Barack Obama will be prohibiting American Catholics from practicing their faith in the way they live their daily lives.

This is an act of tyranny. Yet, many Americans in positions of public authority and influence have greeted it with silence and inaction.

I do not use the word tyranny lightly here. Obama is abusing his power as president to unilaterally impose on Catholics — and millions of other Americans who share the Catholic moral view on certain matters — a regulation that forces them to act against their moral convictions and the teachings of their faith.

He has declared war on their souls.

The Catholic Church teaches that sterilization, artificial contraception and abortion are intrinsically immoral and Catholics cannot be involved in them.

Last year, President Obama's Department of Health and Human Services issued a regulation, under Obamacare, requiring that almost all health care plans in the United States must provide coverage, without any fees or co-pay, for sterilizations, contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs.

Obama was boasting about this regulation last week.

At no time has he offered to exempt from it those individual Americans whom he has put in the position of needing to choose between obeying his bureaucratic mandate and the teachings of their faith.

Since Obama's administration first issued this regulation, America's Catholic bishops have forcefully and unambiguously declared it an "unjust law."

"A human law has the character of law to the extent that it accords with right reason, and thus derives from the eternal law," says the Catholic Catechism, quoting St. Thomas Aquinas. "Insofar as it falls short of right reason it is said to be an unjust law, and thus has not so much the nature of law as of a kind of violence."

Yes, Obama's sterilization-contraception-ab ortifacient mandate is "a kind of violence."

"If rulers were to enact unjust laws or take measures contrary to the moral order, such arrangements would not be binding in conscience," says the Catholic Catechism. "In such a case,'authority breaks down completely and results in shameful abuse.'"

Yes, Obama's sterilization-contraception-ab ortifacient mandate is a "shameful abuse."

Archbishop Timothy Broglio, leader of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese for the Military Services, succinctly explained the evil of Obama's regulation in a letter he asked Catholic chaplains to read to U.S. troops attending Mass in January 2012.

Obama's regulation, Archbishop Broglio said, "strikes at the fundamental right to religious liberty for all citizens of any faith."

"It is a blow to a freedom that you have fought to defend and for which you have seen your buddies fall in battle," the archbishop told the troops.

"We cannot — we will not — comply with this unjust law," he said.

Many other bishops said these exact words in letters to their own dioceses: "We cannot — we will not — comply with this unjust law."

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Absolute lunacy.

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Black Rhino wrote:
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Absolute lunacy.
We've seen how ignorant you are of both Catholicism and the First Amendment, Ruckus.
You're a moron.
Duke for Mayor

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Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>Yet never a disparaging word from you about your fellow hyenas. Hypocrisy at its best.
And the fact that you cry to the mods tells me that you are a thin-skinned little kid. Obviously my words have plenty of power.
Cry me a river Paco. You do yourself in. All I have to do is post, and stir you up.

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Cry me a river Paco. You do yourself in. All I have to do is post, and stir you up.
woof
Apparently all I have to do is point out your cowardice.

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RU_Kiddingme wrote:
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I'd forgotten how obsessed with sex virginal eighth-grade boys are. Have you started shaving yet?
...says the poster who gushes that his split personality "is aces."
Che Reagan Christ

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I'm_Not_Che
Not that there's anything wrong with that.

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by Terence P. Jeffrey
Beginning now, with the opening of government-run health-insurance exchanges, President Barack Obama will be prohibiting American Catholics from practicing their faith in the way they live their daily lives.
This is an act of tyranny. Yet, many Americans in positions of public authority and influence have greeted it with silence and inaction.
I do not use the word tyranny lightly here. Obama is abusing his power as president to unilaterally impose on Catholics and millions of other Americans who share the Catholic moral view on certain matters a regulation that forces them to act against their moral convictions and the teachings of their faith.
He has declared war on their souls.
The Catholic Church teaches that sterilization, artificial contraception and abortion are intrinsically immoral and Catholics cannot be involved in them.
Last year, President Obama's Department of Health and Human Services issued a regulation, under Obamacare, requiring that almost all health care plans in the United States must provide coverage, without any fees or co-pay, for sterilizations, contraceptives and abortion-inducing drugs.
Obama was boasting about this regulation last week.
At no time has he offered to exempt from it those individual Americans whom he has put in the position of needing to choose between obeying his bureaucratic mandate and the teachings of their faith.
Since Obama's administration first issued this regulation, America's Catholic bishops have forcefully and unambiguously declared it an "unjust law."
"A human law has the character of law to the extent that it accords with right reason, and thus derives from the eternal law," says the Catholic Catechism, quoting St. Thomas Aquinas. "Insofar as it falls short of right reason it is said to be an unjust law, and thus has not so much the nature of law as of a kind of violence."
Yes, Obama's sterilization-contraception-ab ortifacient mandate is "a kind of violence."
"If rulers were to enact unjust laws or take measures contrary to the moral order, such arrangements would not be binding in conscience," says the Catholic Catechism. "In such a case,'authority breaks down completely and results in shameful abuse.'"
Yes, Obama's sterilization-contraception-ab ortifacient mandate is a "shameful abuse."
Archbishop Timothy Broglio, leader of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese for the Military Services, succinctly explained the evil of Obama's regulation in a letter he asked Catholic chaplains to read to U.S. troops attending Mass in January 2012.
Obama's regulation, Archbishop Broglio said, "strikes at the fundamental right to religious liberty for all citizens of any faith."
"It is a blow to a freedom that you have fought to defend and for which you have seen your buddies fall in battle," the archbishop told the troops.
"We cannot we will not comply with this unjust law," he said.
Many other bishops said these exact words in letters to their own dioceses: "We cannot we will not comply with this unjust law."
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As a benign supporter of Islam, Obama must oppose not only Catholics but all Christians based on obedience to
Surah 9:29 "Fight those who do not believe in Allah."

As an indirect supporter of Islam Obama MUST oppose the Great Commission, "Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature. He that believes and is baptized shall be saved but he that believes not shall be damned."

Obama hates this Message from Jesus as do all Muslims, Liberals, Liberal Christians, agnostics, atheists and all those included under the heading of those that believe not.

Thus are Christians caught in the cross fire of those that hate both messages but hate the Great Commission most especially the many unbelieving and liberals on this forum.

Darkness will always hate the Light.

I would re-write the heading of this column to read, Obama opposes Christianity in all forms.

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http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/10/...

Catholic Priest Sues Over Access Denial at Military Base Because of Shutdown

by Bill Mears

A Catholic priest has gone to court, saying the partial government shutdown is preventing him from providing religious services even voluntarily on a U.S. military base.

Father Ray Leonard filed a lawsuit Monday in federal district court in Washington, saying he "wishes to continue practicing his faith and ministering to his faith community free of charge... but has been told that he is subject to arrest if he does so."....

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In related news concerning Obama's War on Christianity...

http://foxnewsinsider.com/2013/10/14/exclusiv...

Exclusive: US Army Defines Christian Ministry as 'Domestic Hate Group'

by Todd Starnes

Several dozen U.S. Army active duty and reserve troops were told last week that the American Family Association, a well-respected Christian ministry, should be classified as a domestic hate group because the group advocates for traditional family values.

The briefing was held at Camp Shelby in Mississippi and listed the AFA alongside domestic hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis, the Black Panthers and the Nation of Islam.

A soldier who attended the briefing contacted me and sent me a photograph of a slide show presentation that listed AFA as a domestic hate group. Under the AFA headline is a photograph of Westboro Baptist Church preacher Fred Phelps holding a sign reading No special law for f***.

American Family Association has absolutely no affiliation with the controversial church group known for picketing the funerals of American service members.

I had to show Americans what our soldiers are now being taught, said the soldier who asked not to be identified.I couldnt just let this one pass.

The soldier said a chaplain interrupted the briefing and challenged the instructors assertion that AFA is a hate group.

The instructor said AFA could be considered a hate group because they dont like gays, the soldier told me.The slide was talking about how AFA refers to gays as sinners and heathens and derogatory terms.

The soldier, who is an evangelical Christian, said the chaplain defended the Christian ministry.

He kept asking the instructor,Are you sure about that, son? Are you sure about that? he said, recalling the back and forth.

Later in the briefing, the soldiers were reportedly told that they could face punishment for participating in organizations that are considered hate groups.

That considered, the soldier contacted me because he is a financial contributor to the AFA ministry.

I donate to AFA as often as I can, he said.Am I going to be punished? I listen to American Family Radio all day. If they hear it on my radio, will I be faced with a Uniformed Code of Military Justice charge?

The soldier said he was completely taken back by this blatant attack not only on the AFA but Christians and our beliefs.

Its not the first time the Army has accused conservative Christian groups of being domestic hate groups.

Earlier this year, I exposed Army briefings that classified evangelical Christians and Catholics as examples of religious extremism....
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Is it my imagination or has the Catholic families become smaller and smaller the last couple of generations? Seems there were alot of families of 12 to 15 kids and now look at todays, very few families are large---could it be birth control being used along with common sense. Also how many priests did the Catholic church help move to another church to keep on abusing young boys, not once but over and over. Many left the church because they could not hold onto a faith where the Vatican allowed and helped that to happen. Proud to say my grandaughter left the Catholic Church when she turned 18 and still has morals, kindness and a different church to attend. Don't panic before you know how this is really going to go, don't believe anyone is going to make you have an abortion just as you should not tell anyone else what to do.

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Is it my imagination or has the Catholic families become smaller and smaller the last couple of generations? Seems there were alot of families of 12 to 15 kids and now look at todays, very few families are large---could it be birth control being used along with common sense. Also how many priests did the Catholic church help move to another church to keep on abusing young boys, not once but over and over. Many left the church because they could not hold onto a faith where the Vatican allowed and helped that to happen. Proud to say my grandaughter left the Catholic Church when she turned 18 and still has morals, kindness and a different church to attend. Don't panic before you know how this is really going to go, don't believe anyone is going to make you have an abortion just as you should not tell anyone else what to do.
Jews, Lutherans, etc. had large families about 100 years ago or more.

Many haven't left the church. Are you Catholic? If not, do educate yourself. Yes, some of the priests were moved in order to cover up the crimes, not all.

Birth control is a controversial issue within the church. However, when the Catholic Church, as an employer, is forced to cover it with its health care premiums because of the Affordable Health Care Act, isn't that a bit of a breach of church and state--the government forcing a religious organization to pay for something it deems immoral? The Catholic Church is not promoting that everyone avoid birth control. The issue is the Catholic Church does not wish to pay for it as part of its employee health care benefits. It's not an expensive thing--pills are $20-$30 a month, condoms are a few bucks a pack. The annual check up is already covered in all health care plans.

The Catholic Church condemns abortion. What's your point? It's still legal in the US, up to the point of viability in most states. Late term in others...

I'm not sold that you're educated on the issues...and just want to ramble.
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I thought Catholics only hired Catholics since the Lesbian teacher of 19 years in a Catholic school in Columbus got fired for listing her long term mate in her mother's obituary and the court upheld that firing. If you have a business and hire people as your employees why do you want to tell them they have to have YOUR beliefs. Benefits are part of wages earned, maybe you should ask what their religion is BEFORE you hire them if you are a Catholic business owner. I'm not sold that you are educated on employees rights either! Just hire all Catholics and solve your problem.

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I thought Catholics only hired Catholics since the Lesbian teacher of 19 years in a Catholic school in Columbus got fired for listing her long term mate in her mother's obituary and the court upheld that firing. If you have a business and hire people as your employees why do you want to tell them they have to have YOUR beliefs. Benefits are part of wages earned, maybe you should ask what their religion is BEFORE you hire them if you are a Catholic business owner. I'm not sold that you are educated on employees rights either! Just hire all Catholics and solve your problem.
We went through all of this months ago. I suggest you google Carla Hale and Topix.

I wish we could hire all Catholics. But wouldn't that be breaking some Equal Opportunity law?

Tell ya what: go work for a Muslim place. Pack a ham sandwich in your lunch bag.

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Trayvonius Martinez wrote:
<quoted text>We've seen how ignorant you are of both Catholicism and the First Amendment, Ruckus.
You're a moron.
LOL!!!

No wonder. You consigning this bullshit is proof enough of its validity. Hilliard intelligence at work, chicken feed.

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*cosigning*

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*cosigning*
You still have the wrong word, you moronic ape. Your vocabulary ignorance could fill a book.

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