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Since: Mar 09

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#605301 Nov 4, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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This kind of shit just pisses me off. It's political correctness at it's worst.
I know.

It is like people are so focused on their feigned moral indignation and the political correct thing to say that they forget to use common sense

These people lost loved ones by people dressed in Muslim Garb who murdered them in the name of the Muslim faith. To explain that hearing Muslim worship bells going off and seeing people in full garb going to a place where the leader says the U.S. has spilled more blood than Al Qaeda is completely unnecessary when there are two other mosques already 12 blocks away

Sorry the victims aren't robots and can't just use cold logic and compartmentalize every emotion as they go to visit the site their child was murdered. But maybe the onus shouldn't be on them. But people would push it on them just so they can act morally superior. It makes them feel good about themselves. How selfish and sad and petty that is.

Since when don't the feelings of parents whose children were murdered come first? It is not like what is being asked in respecting their space is such an imposition.

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#605302 Nov 4, 2013
Skombolis wrote:
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Who called it the "U.S. headquarters of Al Qaeda"?
That is just pure ignorance. It has been made perfectly clear that most people are not claiming any link between this Mosque and the 9-11 attacks or the terrorist group. Although it was a very stupid thing to say in the midst of the controversy that the U.S. has spilled more blood that the terrorist group that wiped out the families of the victims considering the entire issue is the lack of sensitivity to the victims
Btw, how many poor blacks have you seen violently attacking people today because they said something they didn't like? You know all poor blacks are like right? Oh wait, look who I am asking. You are the one who thinks that is the case
And since violently attacking someone is justified (this coming from a 'lawyer' no less") for saying something you don't like, do you think Al Qaeda was justified in blowing up the twin towers? I'm just trying to get a gauge on how much violence is justifiable by you in response to not liking something
I was kidding about the Al Qaeda Headquarters.

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#605303 Nov 4, 2013
Skombolis wrote:
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The church can make write and pass laws?
I thought we lived in a Republic not a theocracy
Oh wait we do!
That is something I would think a lawyer would be aware of
I didn't say that a church can make, write and pass laws.

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#605304 Nov 4, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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And how often don't we hear right-wing politicians telling us that the U.S. is a "Christian nation"?
.. this political time bomb must be addressed and defused, the very character of the good-old U.S.A. and the constitution is at stake ..

.. true faith does not require political intervention nor does it need government subsidies. Our Founding Fathers would be appalled at the antics of religious lobbying organizations like "C" Street - trading votes for political clout ..

.. no Republic can endure when minority religions like Buddhism, Judaism, Islam or Hinduism are given a back seat on the trolley ..

.. in the past, our government has been neutral regarding religious matters, leaving belief or non-belief up to the individual, ensuring the right of every citizen to determine his/her own spiritual path or reject religion entirely ..

.. because of the separation of church and state, America has become a great nation. This constitutional principle is slowly being eroded by the matrimony of the Religious Right with greedy, power-hungry politicians ..

.. our Forefathers would cry ..

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#605305 Nov 4, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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blah
This kind of shit just pisses me off. It's political correctness at it's worst.
A couple more antacids ought to cure your ills.

And a deep breath.

Have you tried yoga?

River can help you to learn.

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#605306 Nov 4, 2013
Skombolis wrote:
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You are completely missing the point
I didn't say anything close to suggesting everybody has good principles or that everybody adheres to them
But you are taking the actions of individuals and trying to blame religion
If you have a problem with what an individual does or did, take it up with the individual. Its not like they were acting on orders from a religious organization
And individuals can give discounts to whoever they want. Are you going to protest restaurant owners or donuts shop owners who give free coffee or donuts or discounts to police?
Its funny how people always complain about a lack of personal responsibility in this country but then want to shift the blame from individuals to any organization they can connect them to if it fits their agenda
And is the "religious right" a religion? No. Its political
When you have any examples of a religious organization oppressing the rights of individuals in this country, let me know. And since no religious organization has the power to oppress the rights of any individual, good luck finding an example
.. you didn't think about it, did you ??..

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#605307 Nov 4, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Yup. I fully believe that.
I also believe that people like you don't even know it's happening.
Truly sad.
There you are, Skom.

Just what I said.

Do you believe that Satan is out there causing trouble too?

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#605308 Nov 4, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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America is a Christian nation.
So HL found a few stories of sinister crook Christian politicians.
So what?
Do you really think that represents the average American Christian?!
Pretty kooky, no?

Ya think it's that Satan fellow again, messing with the Christian politicians' minds?

Since: Oct 12

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#605309 Nov 4, 2013
BenAdam wrote:
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The Bible does that quite well on its own.
Yes Ben the Holy Bible has done quit well on it own for many thousands of years our time not God time frame.
The Holy Love the Bible and the Wicked Hate the Bible and yet it stands strong, brave, nonweavering, pure, shameless among mankind.
Yes, Ben we shall know them by their fuits.
The living word of God has saved many a sinner from his own self destruction.
The living word of God teaches love, compassion, peace of mind, contentment.
You are only a speck of a grasshopper man in this hugh universe and you did not the beginning and you will not know the end.

Since: Mar 09

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#605310 Nov 4, 2013
Happy Lesbo wrote:
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.. you didn't think about it, did you ??..
About the nonsensical shifting of blame from the individual where it rightly belongs to an organization that had nothing to do with it?

No because that's stupid and there is nothing worth contemplating

Have you thought about the damage it does as far as perpetuation self-fulfilling prophesies and negative stereotypes onto the black community that is poor by glamorizing, and justifying physical violence in response to mere words?

Since: Mar 09

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#605311 Nov 4, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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I was kidding about the Al Qaeda Headquarters.
Well now you are just being dishonest

You may have said it in joke form from the implication was completely serious. You wanted to give the impression that anybody who opposes the mosque does so because they are bigots who think all Muslims are terrorists

It seems like perpetuating terrible stereotypes is kinda your thing

Since: Mar 09

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#605312 Nov 4, 2013
Catcher1 wrote:
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I didn't say that a church can make, write and pass laws.
Then your comment about how some people feel this is a Christian nation in support of a claim that religious oppresses people of this country was either just plain stupid or like your last post and meant to imply something without coming out and saying it directly

Since your M.O. is normally one of the two, I decided to play it safe and address it as if it was the latter

“What are you looking at?”

Since: Jan 08

Albuquerque, NM

#605313 Nov 4, 2013
Happy Lesbo wrote:
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.. this political time bomb must be addressed and defused, the very character of the good-old U.S.A. and the constitution is at stake ..
.. true faith does not require political intervention nor does it need government subsidies. Our Founding Fathers would be appalled at the antics of religious lobbying organizations like "C" Street - trading votes for political clout ..
.. no Republic can endure when minority religions like Buddhism, Judaism, Islam or Hinduism are given a back seat on the trolley ..
.. in the past, our government has been neutral regarding religious matters, leaving belief or non-belief up to the individual, ensuring the right of every citizen to determine his/her own spiritual path or reject religion entirely ..
.. because of the separation of church and state, America has become a great nation. This constitutional principle is slowly being eroded by the matrimony of the Religious Right with greedy, power-hungry politicians ..
.. our Forefathers would cry ..
Maybe you should partake in Anonymous march on DC that is coming up this week.

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#605314 Nov 4, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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America is a Christian nation.
So HL found a few stories of sinister crook Christian politicians.
So what?
Do you really think that represents the average American Christian?!
.. it represents a corruption in our system, a religious component which cannot be ignored and it's bigger than you think ..

.. if you want America to remain a great county, you cannot ignore the dream of our Founding Fathers - a secular nation where every individual is free to choose his/her spiritual path. Again, truth faith does not require that everyone agree ..

.. creeping incrementalism has caused the downfall of many nations. When a Presidential Candidate (John McCain) says America is a Christian Nation, we're in trouble. Tell that to a Jew, Hindu, Muslim or Buddhist. Oh, he's also incorrect ..

Since: Oct 12

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#605315 Nov 4, 2013
BenAdam wrote:
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You dare hide behind Jesus' robes ?
I mock you and your fellow ignorant Christians.
You aren't Jesus nor God.
Well aren't you a happy one LOL with your nose out of joint. LOL
Take the two nuts and salute the master control. LOL
Your the one who denies Jesus and what he done for mankind.
No I not Jesus nor God but I am the jock itch, the mind squirmer,
and the one with __________just fill in the blanket it all works together like that puzzle of yours.LOL

“Ditat Deus”

Since: Jul 12

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#605316 Nov 4, 2013
Skombolis wrote:
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I know.
It is like people are so focused on their feigned moral indignation and the political correct thing to say that they forget to use common sense
These people lost loved ones by people dressed in Muslim Garb who murdered them in the name of the Muslim faith. To explain that hearing Muslim worship bells going off and seeing people in full garb going to a place where the leader says the U.S. has spilled more blood than Al Qaeda is completely unnecessary when there are two other mosques already 12 blocks away
Sorry the victims aren't robots and can't just use cold logic and compartmentalize every emotion as they go to visit the site their child was murdered. But maybe the onus shouldn't be on them. But people would push it on them just so they can act morally superior. It makes them feel good about themselves. How selfish and sad and petty that is.
Since when don't the feelings of parents whose children were murdered come first? It is not like what is being asked in respecting their space is such an imposition.
Political correctness has gotten so far out of hand, I wouldn't be surprised if a "thought crime" became a new law or something...

I heard that a Florida police officer recently lost his job for calling Trayvon Martin a “thug” on Facebook. WTF?

Or how about the new law in CA that allows transgendered students to use whatever bathrooms and gym facilities that they would like...

You might offend someone if you wear a cross. Other might be offended if a gal wears a skirt. Some get offended of you fart... WTF?

Blackboards being renamed to chalkboards...

Manholes renamed to Personal Access Units, I guess women didn't like "manhole"...

It's getting really, really, REALLY old.

Since: Sep 10

Fremont, CA

#605317 Nov 4, 2013
Skombolis wrote:
<quoted text>Then your comment about how some people feel this is a Christian nation in support of a claim that religious oppresses people of this country was either just plain stupid or like your last post and meant to imply something without coming out and saying it directly
Since your M.O. is normally one of the two, I decided to play it safe and address it as if it was the latter
Boy, reading this post and the one immediately above makes one thing crystal clear.

Your paranoia is overwhelming.

You find all sorts of implications and hidden meanings and indirect statements that aren't there other than in your own mind.

You're also a broken record.

Must be spooky.

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#605318 Nov 4, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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You don't like it that the female interns were maids?
Would it have been any better if the male interns were butlers?
HA*HA*HA

.. did I ever tell you that one college summer, I worked at "C" House as a maid for about two months ..

.. some of the politicians requested the butler ..

“MEET KIKI -She Seeks Home”

Since: Oct 10

With Established Harem

#605319 Nov 4, 2013
Skombolis wrote:
<quoted text>**PORTIONS SNIPPED**These people lost loved ones by people dressed in Muslim Garb who murdered them in the name of the Muslim faith.
.. the above sentence associates Islam with murder ..

.. Al-Qaeda, not Islam, ordered the strikes ..

“let's do this thang!”

Since: Aug 10

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#605320 Nov 4, 2013
lil whispers wrote:
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Yes Ben the Holy Bible has done quit well on it own for many thousands of years our time not God time frame.
The Holy Love the Bible and the Wicked Hate the Bible and yet it stands strong, brave, nonweavering, pure, shameless among mankind.
Yes, Ben we shall know them by their fuits.
The living word of God has saved many a sinner from his own self destruction.
The living word of God teaches love, compassion, peace of mind, contentment.
You are only a speck of a grasshopper man in this hugh universe and you did not the beginning and you will not know the end.
please don't upset patient #26 while he's taking his nap.

(he believes he was at the counsel of Nicaea, you know...)

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