Republicans the party of LIARS

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#10153 Dec 15, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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Wow. I can't grasp history. You better re check your numbers. Your language shows your disrespect and small minded attempts at swaying the leftist point of view. OBAMACARE is extremely socialist. If you deny that your emotions cloud rational thought. I think for myself socialists can't afford that luxury.
Purely biased right wing, nut job, tea party, radical, extremist opinion with-out an ounce of factual dialogue.

Typical for an admitted Tea Party PUPPET

“I think therefore I...forgot!!”

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#10154 Dec 15, 2012
I was just wondering how many times we will have to prove the republicans wrong before they will hear a little bell go off in their thick heads.

The Reagen debacle

Trashing Clinton over a BeJay

Bush, nice guy who fell in with the devil, Chaney!!!

Falling pray to the rich...Loll this is so dumn...THE POOR RICH. They feel so bad for them Loll

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#10155 Dec 15, 2012
VisionXIIX wrote:
<quoted text>Purely biased right wing, nut job, tea party, radical, extremist opinion with-out an ounce of factual dialogue.

Typical for an admitted Tea Party PUPPET
The mandate was ruled unconstitutional. That's fact not opinion. Typical liberal, to name call and say rude things because you can't refute. The fact you can't admit you want socialism and attempt twist it to fit the American mold is truthfully sad.

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#10156 Dec 15, 2012
Kawalski wrote:
I was just wondering how many times we will have to prove the republicans wrong before they will hear a little bell go off in their thick heads.

The Reagen debacle

Trashing Clinton over a BeJay

Bush, nice guy who fell in with the devil, Chaney!!!

Falling pray to the rich...Loll this is so dumn...THE POOR RICH. They feel so bad for them Loll
Seriously? Public schools did you in.

“I think therefore I...forgot!!”

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#10157 Dec 16, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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Seriously? Public schools did you in.
Respect, I see you all over this place. I read a lot of what you say.

What does public school have to do with it?

After you answer that I'll let you know that I went to St. John's elementary and a Catholic high school here in Denver. I was switched to a public school in my Junior year. My father owned a beauty salon and also worked there. One day the Sister (Nun) teaching my brothers class had the students stand up and tell what their parents do for a living. When my brother proudly stood up and said what my dad did the Sister (Nun) was shocked and told him not to ever let people know that because hair dressers are queer! TRUE STORY!!! Upon hearing this when dad got home from work he told us that he would be taking all five of us to school the next morning. So in comes my dad, 6'4" tall, 245 lbs and looked like a truck driver...An ugly truck driver:):) Dad looked at the Sister when she got to the office and said "I am the man that work's in a beauty salon, do you want to call me queer to my face?" The sister actually told my dad that she had thought all hair dressers were queer UNTIL NOW!
My dad took us out of that school and put us in private school that day.

I guess I went on a bit of a tangent there:):)

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#10158 Dec 16, 2012
Kawalski wrote:
<quoted text>Respect, I see you all over this place. I read a lot of what you say.

What does public school have to do with it?

After you answer that I'll let you know that I went to St. John's elementary and a Catholic high school here in Denver. I was switched to a public school in my Junior year. My father owned a beauty salon and also worked there. One day the Sister (Nun) teaching my brothers class had the students stand up and tell what their parents do for a living. When my brother proudly stood up and said what my dad did the Sister (Nun) was shocked and told him not to ever let people know that because hair dressers are queer! TRUE STORY!!! Upon hearing this when dad got home from work he told us that he would be taking all five of us to school the next morning. So in comes my dad, 6'4" tall, 245 lbs and looked like a truck driver...An ugly truck driver:):) Dad looked at the Sister when she got to the office and said "I am the man that work's in a beauty salon, do you want to call me queer to my face?" The sister actually told my dad that she had thought all hair dressers were queer UNTIL NOW!
My dad took us out of that school and put us in private school that day.

I guess I went on a bit of a tangent there:):)
Lol. You did. It was a good story tho:).

My point about public schools is they are overwhelmingly liberal in nature and truly do not give our children education without that bias. That's why I am a survivor of public schools. Not a product.
Busty Miss

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#10159 Dec 16, 2012
Religious schools educate with the concept only about faith in a creator or god and, thus, exhibit bias as well.

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#10160 Dec 16, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
Religious schools educate with the concept only about faith in a creator or god and, thus, exhibit bias as well.
So therefore what?

Public schools should only teach school subjects, but they force liberalism on our children. Public school should be without bias, but it's not. When one pays for religious school one expects the bias to be taught...
Busty Miss

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#10161 Dec 16, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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So therefore what?
Public schools should only teach school subjects, but they force liberalism on our children. Public school should be without bias, but it's not. When one pays for religious school one expects the bias to be taught...
They teach evolution. That is a school subject. Religious schools teach children about this woman who had a child out of wedlock, not of her husband, and it's ok as long as the dude's name is god. Otherwise, if you are born out of wedlock, you are a bastard. That's just the start.

That's so therefore what, you sock.

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#10162 Dec 16, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
<quoted text>They teach evolution. That is a school subject. Religious schools teach children about this woman who had a child out of wedlock, not of her husband, and it's ok as long as the dude's name is god. Otherwise, if you are born out of wedlock, you are a bastard. That's just the start.

That's so therefore what, you sock.
I sock?
Lol... Did you go to a religious school? With what you described I don't believe that you have.
Btw evolution is theoretical and schools teach as if it were fact.
Busty Miss

Denver, CO

#10163 Dec 16, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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I sock?
Lol... Did you go to a religious school? With what you described I don't believe that you have.
Btw evolution is theoretical and schools teach as if it were fact.
Religious schools teach god is vengeful as if it were the truth.

You are wrong again, sock. I have attended religious and public schools.

LOL at you....

Considering you stated you sat in a public school, your experience in religious schools is lacking. Too bad all you did is waste the time of the teachers.

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#10164 Dec 16, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
<quoted text>Religious schools teach god is vengeful as if it were the truth.

You are wrong again, sock. I have attended religious and public schools.

LOL at you....

Considering you stated you sat in a public school, your experience in religious schools is lacking. Too bad all you did is waste the time of the teachers.
I'm sorry you came out with such a bad view on God. It's a shame. I never attended a religious school but many of my friends did and taught me very different from how you speak. I thank God for my friends teaching mt Gods truth and seriously sad you missed out.

My point is that public schools are immersing our children in liberalism when they shouldn't. It's not the American way.
Busty Miss

Denver, CO

#10165 Dec 16, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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I'm sorry you came out with such a bad view on God. It's a shame. I never attended a religious school but many of my friends did and taught me very different from how you speak. I thank God for my friends teaching mt Gods truth and seriously sad you missed out.
My point is that public schools are immersing our children in liberalism when they shouldn't. It's not the American way.
Again, you are wrong.

My relationship with god is just dandy. How's yours? Do you use him as a weapon against your family, friends, the public at large?

The American way? What, exactly, is your version of the American way? Sex in the dark and only in the missionary position? Your wife yielding to your every demand as her place is not on equal ground with you? Do you believe god made Adam and Eve to help each other or as a way to blame women for the woes of the world? Do you treat others as you wish to be treated? Do you follow the golden rule? Do you attend church? Do you give your time, money and soul to god or just loan it out as the mood hits you?

Do you believe god is loving and compassionate or vengeful and full of anger? After all, his son (poor Joseph) was bumped off just because someone didn't like the look of him, his teachings, his telling people he was the son of god and not of man?

Finally, do you believe there is a heaven or hell and do you believe children will be denied heaven because someone decided they are born in sin and unless they are baptised?

Do you believe god will turn his back on all the children who have died long before they should have and perhaps did not complete the role he had for them?

It's time this thread goes back to sleep. We have gone far afield of the subject title and, frankly, other sites are much better for discussions of any type.

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#10166 Dec 16, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
<quoted text>Again, you are wrong.

My relationship with god is just dandy. How's yours? Do you use him as a weapon against your family, friends, the public at large?

The American way? What, exactly, is your version of the American way? Sex in the dark and only in the missionary position? Your wife yielding to your every demand as her place is not on equal ground with you? Do you believe god made Adam and Eve to help each other or as a way to blame women for the woes of the world? Do you treat others as you wish to be treated? Do you follow the golden rule? Do you attend church? Do you give your time, money and soul to god or just loan it out as the mood hits you?

Do you believe god is loving and compassionate or vengeful and full of anger? After all, his son (poor Joseph) was bumped off just because someone didn't like the look of him, his teachings, his telling people he was the son of god and not of man?

Finally, do you believe there is a heaven or hell and do you believe children will be denied heaven because someone decided they are born in sin and unless they are baptised?

Do you believe god will turn his back on all the children who have died long before they should have and perhaps did not complete the role he had for them?

It's time this thread goes back to sleep. We have gone far afield of the subject title and, frankly, other sites are much better for discussions of any type.
Are you projecting?
God is God, there is heaven and hell, and God loves you just like he loves a sinner like me... For some reason you're loosing focus.
My point is that public schools are immersing our children in liberalism when they shouldn't. It's not the American way. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness does not include teachers indoctrinating our children to become liberals.
Busty Miss

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#10167 Dec 16, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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Are you projecting?
God is God, there is heaven and hell, and God loves you just like he loves a sinner like me... For some reason you're loosing focus.
My point is that public schools are immersing our children in liberalism when they shouldn't. It's not the American way. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness does not include teachers indoctrinating our children to become liberals.
Projecting? Yep, you are a sock. You are deflecting.

The saving grace is not everyone follows blindly like you do.

Some actually learn to think for themselves and refuse to be brainwashed by the church.

The next time you give someone shyte for not answering your questions, remember all the times you didn't bother to answer theirs.

See ya, sock. You might be unraveled sooner than you think.

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#10168 Dec 16, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
<quoted text>Projecting? Yep, you are a sock. You are deflecting.

The saving grace is not everyone follows blindly like you do.

Some actually learn to think for themselves and refuse to be brainwashed by the church.

The next time you give someone shyte for not answering your questions, remember all the times you didn't bother to answer theirs.

See ya, sock. You might be unraveled sooner than you think.
I told you the truth about God. There is a heaven and a hell and he loves you? Religious schools teach that as a fundamental. Eve ate the fruit and Adam did as well they fell to sin. Jesus came to save us from sin and no one is perfect which is why we need God and His Son. You don't like this? Then your feelings get in the way of rational thought. You never replied to my point about public schools and you went off on a God tangent so...
Yep you're projecting. You're brainwashed by liberalism one of the most infectious viruses to poison the American dream. Just like people America isn't perfect but it's the best nation to ever grace this planet and its God's grace that allowed it.

“I think therefore I...forgot!!”

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#10169 Dec 17, 2012
Respect71 wrote:
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Lol. You did. It was a good story tho:).
My point about public schools is they are overwhelmingly liberal in nature and truly do not give our children education without that bias. That's why I am a survivor of public schools. Not a product.
Loll, sorry about that. I have a published book of that crap though:):) You never know what people will buy:)

Ok, I don't disagree but certainly you are not saying that private (at least Catholic) schools don't push their personal agenda's on their students, are you?

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#10172 Dec 17, 2012
Kawalski wrote:
<quoted text>Loll, sorry about that. I have a published book of that crap though:):) You never know what people will buy:)
Ok, I don't disagree but certainly you are not saying that private (at least Catholic) schools don't push their personal agenda's on their students, are you?
There is bias in private schools and that’s why people pay to put their kids through a private school; because the school bias lines up with the family values.
A public school should educate without bias, yet liberal values is the dominate value that is taught. So my tax dollars are used to spread liberalism without my consent, same with abortions and birth control.

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#10173 Dec 17, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
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I responded, you didn't like the response so, again, you deny the response. Good for you acting like a brainwashed holier-than-thou zealot who demands it's your way or the highway.
Considering I've attended both religious and public schools, and you have not, you know nothing but your own brainwashed opinions.
Keep deflecting, projecting and objecting, sock.
You do realize the truth will set you free, don't you? Too bad your truth is to deny others own choice of truth
Today is the first day of the rest of your life. How will you spend it? I have charity work to do today and frankly, I've spent too much time trying to get you to see past your narrow view of the world to bother with you any further.
“I responded, you didn't like the response so, again, you deny the response. Good for you acting like a brainwashed holier-than-thou zealot who demands it's your way or the highway.” I responded… Perhaps if you don’t like my response you should look at your motives… You blew by my point about public school and continued to bag on religious school… So how can one respond when one is talking about something else? So you’re saying you hate religious schools because of what they teach and you love public schools because they teach liberal ideas that you agree with? Correct?

“Considering I've attended both religious and public schools, and you have not, you know nothing but your own brainwashed opinions.” I only presented facts… Liberalism is overwhelmingly taught in public schools for decades…

“Keep deflecting, projecting and objecting, sock.” Frankly you continue to deflect but that’s how liberals operate… Can’t expect anything more.

“You do realize the truth will set you free, don't you?” Yes.
“Too bad your truth is to deny others own choice of truth” Truth is what it is… How one responds to truth I can’t control…

“Today is the first day of the rest of your life. How will you spend it?” Wioth God, friends, family and community, working on a project for Newtown…
“ I have charity work to do today and frankly, I've spent too much time trying to get you to see past your narrow view of the world to bother with you any further.” God bless you

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#10174 Dec 17, 2012
Busty Miss wrote:
Hey, respect71, did you ever consider that 'everlasting life' you were promised really means the good deeds, good works and the kindnesses some people do as a part of their daily lives? That these 'good acts' are actually what lives on after we die?
Are you born again or did you just jump on the religion bandwagon without having to answer for your misdeeds and you did so due to a fear of death or perhaps the possibility of no one remembering you even existed?
Answer or not. It no longer matters.
“Hey, respect71, did you ever consider that 'everlasting life' you were promised really means the good deeds, good works and the kindnesses some people do as a part of their daily lives? That these 'good acts' are actually what lives on after we die?” They do but they mean nothing without God and what He did for me and humanity.
“Are you born again or did you just jump on the religion bandwagon without having to answer for your misdeeds and you did so due to a fear of death or perhaps the possibility of no one remembering you even existed?” I was 27 when I chose to believe in Jesus… Most of my life I was much like you: Enlightened, self thinking, so liberal and accepting of gays, drugs, emasculated as a man from the women’s liberation movement (my mother), and I made little Christian girls cry because I felt they were so stupid to believe in such nonsense… Thank God for who He is and His grace and for what He’s made me into since and forever.
“Answer or not. It no longer matters.” I’m sorry things like that don’t matter to you.

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