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OMTE

Kittanning, PA

#23329 Aug 26, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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No, you perverted perverter...
The Hebrews got their religion from others who were established before them, the early Old Testament coming from the Sumerians. Later, upon their return from Babylon, they actually begin to write something down from their oral tradition, course by that time they were influenced by the Perisans, and the later Old Testament was heavily influnced by the Zorastorians.
And of course you limit the Religions of the World to those coming out of the Middle East while ignoring Hinduism, &#8206;Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism.
Better stick to what you actually know, namely, posting links from your favorite perverted right wing sites.
You're a liar. Ya dumb queer muslim.:(
OMTE

Kittanning, PA

#23330 Aug 26, 2013
How wrote:
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The American Revolution was no less than an upheaval of oppression; brought about by men who considered oppression by a King tantamount to control by the devil himself. Their purpose was to instill the rights of man, and the equality of each person. Most of those involved in writing the Constitution were men of Christian background. The Constitution came as close as man can come to fulfilling the Ideals expressed by the Bible as we know it today. The Constitution was an effort, by man, to instill the ideals of Christianity established by Jesus, who fulfilled the Old Testament Law, given to man by God. Without Christianity there would be no Constitution, because honest men recognize the inherent God given rights of man.
The original Old Testament Laws would become the conservative viewpoint when established. It is when efforts to live outside the law are deemed worthy, i.e. Idol worship, baby sacrifice, etc., do we see where the Liberals make their stand. Change to satisfy the masses.
We see the same with the U.S. constitution. The Constitution was established to break oppression, and became the standard bearer for conservatives. The Liberals and the Conservatives justly used the laws of the Constitution, to break slavery and other oppressions by over zealot government officials.
The Liberals, when failing in the congress, now use the Courts (Scribes) to further their idolatry of individual rights to kill babies, give sanctions to gays, give moral support to adult/child relations, and to support all manner of personal corruption by individuals and entities, in order to further their agenda of dependence on government. Their goal is Utopianism, the dream of Liberals since civilizations began.
And now I will sit back and watch the libroids hyper-ventilate, obfuscate, blow a gasket, and generally make long winded posts.
Brilliant.

Since: Jan 10

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#23331 Aug 26, 2013
was said wrote:
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Makes no difference if you read it or not, you don't have the compression skills to understand a damn thing. I could list many examples from your posts that prove that statement, but you won't read or understand what was said.
LMAO at the irony of this post and the use of "compression".

No, he/she won't read what this poster wrote, they'll be too busy laughing...

Since: Jan 10

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#23332 Aug 26, 2013
How wrote:
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Well ugly eve, I do have some trouble understanding you. what are compression skills?
BTW, don't give any more examples, I might die from laughing.
Apologies, I didn't see your post before I posted above.

Since: Jan 10

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#23333 Aug 26, 2013
ugly eve wrote:
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Well you got me, I spelled a word wrong and you actually noticed. That's one point for you. I think I will actulley feel a sense of acomplisment were you too dye from laghing.
Are you OK????
And the posters continues the lack of spelling skills into the next post...

"actually"
"accomplishment"
"to"
"die"
"laughing"

I'm wondering if this poster is trying to post typos, or does it come naturally?
How

Clarkesville, GA

#23334 Aug 26, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>You're a liar. Ya dumb queer muslim.:(

He's the first one to hyper-ventilate and blow a gasket. I would've thought I O.
How

Clarkesville, GA

#23335 Aug 26, 2013
Bill in Dville wrote:
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Apologies, I didn't see your post before I posted above.

I didn't think I would be the only one to get a laugh out of it. Glad you picked up on it also.
OMTE

Kittanning, PA

#23336 Aug 26, 2013
How

Clarkesville, GA

#23337 Aug 26, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>You're a liar. Ya dumb queer muslim.:(

Amazing. You have the ability to put down 2 wingless birds with 1 short post. Not many can do that with less words.
jeb stuart

Cordele, GA

#23338 Aug 26, 2013
How wrote:
Brrrrrr
Farmer's Almanac refutes Gore......
""Farmers' Almanac" predicts a "bitterly cold" winter"
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57600023/...
"Farmers' Almanac" WOW! Have you read a chickens' entrails yet? What did they predict?:)
How

Clarkesville, GA

#23339 Aug 26, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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No, you perverted perverter...
The Hebrews got their religion from others who were established before them, the early Old Testament coming from the Sumerians. Later, upon their return from Babylon, they actually begin to write something down from their oral tradition, course by that time they were influenced by the Perisans, and the later Old Testament was heavily influnced by the Zorastorians.
And of course you limit the Religions of the World to those coming out of the Middle East while ignoring Hinduism, &#8206;Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism.
Better stick to what you actually know, namely, posting links from your favorite perverted right wing sites.

I really dont want to dignify this post with a response, but will make one comment.

You tried the same preaching in the 1st Century, it failed.
You try it today, and it still fails. Your time will come.


How

Clarkesville, GA

#23340 Aug 26, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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You are truly a perverted perverter, a liar and a peddler of perversion.
Tell us where in the US Constitution it mentions Jesus or Christianity.
Tell us where in the US Constitution it proscribes a method for the salvation of the soul, and the forgiveness of sin.
Better rest those few remaining brain cells, your constant posting is a serve drain on your remaining reserve.

As ugly eve would say, your "compression skills are lacking."

Nowhere did I say what you input. What I did say was our founding Fathers, many who were Christians, included in the constitution the same ideals as Jesus, that all men are equal under the law, from their understanding that all men are equal under the eyes of God.
The founding Fathers used the same concepts of equality, fairness, and justice that Jesus used, and without those teachings of Jesus, I do not believe man would have been capable or have the understanding to include those in the Constitution.

If Christianity had never taken root and flourished,(although that is inconceivable), we have no way of knowing what type of government we would be living under. But knowing man as I do, it would most likely be an oppressive government, similar to what most libroids want.
How

Clarkesville, GA

#23341 Aug 26, 2013
jeb stuart wrote:
<quoted text> "Farmers' Almanac" WOW! Have you read a chickens' entrails yet? What did they predict?:)

They say it's really gonna be REAL cold. You dont have to worry though, you being a enuch and all.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#23342 Aug 26, 2013
OMTE wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
You're a liar. Ya dumb queer muslim.:(
The level of your rebuttal is simply amazing.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#23343 Aug 26, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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Yeah, the evils of Socialism, a favorite whipping post of the clueless and uninformed.
Now, why are they burning...
http://www.fs.fed.us/projects/four-threats/qu...
Q: Wild fires burned nearly 9 million acres in 2006. What contributed to this catastrophe?
A: Forest managers and natural resource experts are in agreement that many decades of successful fire suppression is part of the reason, although large brush fires in Texas and Oklahoma in the winter months were also a factor. Fires can exact a heavy toll on the ecosystem and the economy of rural communities. Last year, fires disrupted hundreds of communities and forced thousands of people from their homes in the south and the western US, where the largest fires occurred.
Q: If fire suppression leads to bigger fires, why not just let them burn?
A: Where lightning fires are burning within desired parameters, those incidents can be managed for the beneficial effects of fire. However, that is not appropriate to every situation. The growth of the wildland-urban interface in the last 50 years means that lives and homes are at stake if a forest catches fire. The Forest Service does not “just let them burn”, every fire receives an appropriate management response. Fire will burn when conditions in the forest and the weather are right for it. However, fire is important part of the forest ecosystem. Some oaks and pines, for example, need fire to crack their seeds and regenerate. Suppressing fires had the unintended consequence of building up vegetation, debris, and other flammable materials on the forest floor. Add to this mix, drought and the crowded conditions in the forests. Once ignited, severe forest fires can occur. Unnaturally dense forests contribute to big fires. For instance, where 50 years ago only a few hundred trees grew on an acre, today thousands of trees are crowded in the same space. Multiply that by millions of acres of forests and you get the “combustible” picture. For another, many urban areas are being situated closer and closer to forested landscapes for their aesthetic and economic values. There is inherent danger in building homes in or near forestlands. People are not the only victims of forest fires: wildlife loses their habitat, hillsides erode into and silt up rivers, burnt mountains allow floods and floods wash away homes and businesses.
Q: What needs to be done?
A: Treatments to reduce fuels and restore ecosystems involve various techniques, including thinning, prescribed burning, and clearing the forest of debris. Post-fire rehabilitation includes restoring burned habitat and landscapes, repairing damaged roads and rivers, replanting trees, and preventing erosion.
Somehow not surprised that you left out a huge factor in the rise in extreme wildfires and the difficulty in fighting them - environmental extremism and government kowtowing to it.

For decades environmental groups opposed allowing logging companies to go in and thin forest and remove dead tress. Too many took the ignorant position that the best way to protect our forests is to place them off limits to all human intervention, logging mainly, but also including any attempts to clear undergrowth that fuels fires, clearing dead or diseased tress, clearing roadways to allow access for any of the above purposes, etc. Thus many of our forests have became powder kegs just waiting to explode with underbrush and dead trees just sitting there to help spread the fires. Those fires tend to burn hotter and can destroy the soil so that regrowth is hindered.
And then we can always look to the government for its own "contribution". Link below is illustrative.

David A. Ridenour | Wildfires: Environmentalism-driven policy endangers forests — and lives
Read more here: http://www.centredaily.com/2012/09/24/3347315...
OMTE

Kittanning, PA

#23344 Aug 26, 2013
Oh my wrote:
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The level of your rebuttal is simply amazing.
You're welcome, dummy.*smilin*
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#23345 Aug 26, 2013
How wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
As ugly eve would say, your "compression skills are lacking."
Nowhere did I say what you input. What I did say was our founding Fathers, many who were Christians, included in the constitution the same ideals as Jesus, that all men are equal under the law, from their understanding that all men are equal under the eyes of God.
The founding Fathers used the same concepts of equality, fairness, and justice that Jesus used, and without those teachings of Jesus, I do not believe man would have been capable or have the understanding to include those in the Constitution.
You are a liar, here is what you posted...

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
...The Constitution came as close as man can come to fulfilling the Ideals expressed by the Bible as we know it today. The Constitution was an effort, by man, to instill the ideals of Christianity established by Jesus, who fulfilled the Old Testament Law, given to man by God.
..........
No where in the US Constitution does it mention the coming of a messiah to fulfill Old Testament Law. No where in the US Constitution does it speak of the resurrections or a belief in Jesus to attain everlasting life. And as far as the equality of man before the eyes of God, Jesus' message was for the Jews, it was his later followers who took it to the Gentiles.

Besides you ignore the concepts of equality, fairness, and justice that are present in other religions which would have also been know to many of the founding fathers.

You are a known liar and perverter of history, it is clear that only perversion comes from your mouth.

Since: Nov 12

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#23346 Aug 26, 2013
How wrote:
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If Christianity had never taken root and flourished,(although that is inconceivable), we have no way of knowing what type of government we would be living under. But knowing man as I do, it would most likely be an oppressive government, similar to what most libroids want.
Just look to the most recent governments that are/were hostile to religion in general: the Soviet Union. Communist China, Cambodia's Khmer Rouge. Lovely examples of what happens when men think Man has all the answers.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#23347 Aug 26, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Somehow not surprised that you left out a huge factor in the rise in extreme wildfires and the difficulty in fighting them - environmental extremism and government kowtowing to it....
Looks like they've been moving to controlled burns for some time...

Forest fire strategy: Just let it go
Updated 11/7/2006
http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/20...

...Hescock's satisfaction reflects a shift in how the federal government approaches fire management. That shift began in earnest a decade ago and is gaining momentum. Land managers at the U.S. Forest Service and other agencies are becoming more comfortable co-existing with fire rather than reflexively trying to stomp it out with all the men and materiel at their command.

Their reasoning is that fire is a natural part of the landscape that clears out underbrush and small trees and creates forest openings in a mosaic pattern. Such conditions help keep small fires from growing into the kind of large, catastrophic blazes that have become increasingly common in recent years. They now say that decades of aggressively fighting fires was a mistake because it allowed forests to become overcrowded and ripe for fires nearly impossible to control.

"The mentality is changing," says Greg Aplet, a Denver-based fire scientist with The Wilderness Society, a national environmental group. As fires have burned more acres in recent years and the cost of fighting them has soared, "the obvious answer is not to fight fires we don't need to fight," Aplet says. Almost 9.5 million acres have burned so far in 2006.

The shift in thinking was formalized in a 1995 statement of federal fire policy, and strengthened in a 2001 revision. The policy recognizes that fire is "an essential ecological process," and that decades of trying to keep fires from burning have led, ironically, to "larger and more severe" conflagrations because of the buildup of underbrush and other fuel.

"The task before us — reintroducing fire — is both urgent and enormous," the 1995 policy concludes.
Oh my

Blairsville, GA

#23348 Aug 26, 2013
Aggie23 wrote:
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http://www.topix.com/forum/city/blairsville-g...
Just look to the most recent governments that are/were hostile to religion in general: the Soviet Union. Communist China, Cambodia's Khmer Rouge. Lovely examples of what happens when men think Man has all the answers.
Yeah, who could imagine what mere humans could do without sanctioning an official religion.

http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/pream...
We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

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