Atheism requires as much faith as religion?

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Atheism requires as much faith as religion? bearvspuma : The only problem with this rationalization is that ita s assuming all athiests are so because theya re intelligent in the ways of science and reasoning and all people that believe in a form of god are unintelligent.

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Props to you, Buck.
You are indeed a master.
It's a rare talent to be able to state a position without ever allowing facts to get in the way.
I tip my hat.
I gave the fact that raising minimum wage is inflationary, and an impediment to employment. I gave the fact that unions favor it because of indexed wages. I gave the fact that public demonstrations made to appear as if coming from minimum wage employees were actual union activities.

Facts you gave? O.

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It's even worse.
Not only do they espouse policies to deny the basic necessities of life to the weakest members of society.
They are even proud of themselves for it, and put down anybody who has an ounce of compassion.
If you want to give somebody something out of compassion, has anyone ever tried to stop you?

No.

You see, the problem arises when you take from someone else.

Liberals can't understand actual principles.

They only understand aspirations. That is also why they cannot understand economics, or fiscal policies.

They understand fuzzy things,...and free birth control pills.

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<quoted text>Oh my.

Carter was elected because of Watergate. He negotiated a treaty with Breshnev, a month later Brezhnev rolled tanks into Afghanistan. He helped depose the Shah of Iran, and refused him asylum in the U.S., giving us the Ayatollah and the hostage crisis. He sent a botched rescue attempt that killed 30 of our soldiers. He gifted the Panama Canal to Omar Trujillo, a notorious dictator and drug kingpin. He sent hundreds of millions of dollars to North Korea for the promise they would not pursue nuclear weapons, which they violated in a matter of weeks - a deal he made without congressional approval. Carter gave us 13.5% inflation, 21.5% prime rates and home mortgage rates of 14.7%, high unemployment and a 33% poverty rate. He delivered lower disposable income rates for every income percentile. He gave us the Department of Energy to lower dependence on foreign oil, and dependence on foreign oil increased. The DOE now has 15,000 employees.

Carter invited Robert Mugabe to the White House in 1980 and fully supported this dictator's rise to power in Rhodesia. Mugabe is an avowed Marxist, was elected in a second election after Carter helped get the one he lost voided. The totals of the Zimbabwe disaster under Mugabe are still being tallied: 70 percent unemployment, a total dictatorship, the displacing of productive white farmers and the resulting destruction of productive farms, an exodus of three million Zimbabweans from the country.

Carter loved all Marxist dictators. He used the full power of his office to undermine and set the stage for the overthrow of the duly elected Somosa in Nicaragua, to be replaced by the Marxist Sandanista Daniel Ortega. Carter was instrumental in the rise to power of Hugo Chavez in Venezuela, and still speaks admiringly of Fidel Castro.

Jimmy Carter played a larger role than any one man alive in creating global threats in Africa, Korea, Central America, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East.
So...let me guess.

You don't like Carter.

Did I get that right?

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<quoted text>There are 196 countries in the world.

160 of them celebrate Christmas.

None of them celebrate Saturnalia.

You were saying?
People celebrate Saturnalia, not countries and the ones who do are in the minority.

Saturnalia is called christmas now. No amount of word salad will change that fact.

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scaritual wrote:
<quoted text>You can't trust a word he says.
Trust in topix? Very few Scar, very very few.

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Buck Crick wrote:
<quoted text>I can't help it if facts don't agree with your liberalism.

Raising minimum wage costs jobs. You can't wish such facts away, and calling me a dunce seems ironic, since I understand the concepts and you do not.
It only costs jobs because of greedy corporations and business owners.

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scaritual wrote:
<quoted text>You forgot - Saturnalia - at the end of "Christmas is".

Like this: "Christmas is Saturnalia"

See?
Someone gets it! Congratulations on knowing facts, a rare but wonderful thing in tralatopixland.

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You forgot - Saturnalia - at the end of "Christmas is".
Like this: "Christmas is Saturnalia"
See?
If I say yes, will you trust me?

What if I say no?

I think you'll only agree if I use the same anti-Christian tactis as you.

“The eye has it...”

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Catcher1 wrote:
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RR is an inveterate liar.
His god made him that way I guess.
Let's see how he wordsmiths this one though.
It's always fun to watch.
Yes, always an excuse.

"ArAr; He sure does like him some word jumbles"

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I gave the fact that raising minimum wage is inflationary, and an impediment to employment. I gave the fact that unions favor it because of indexed wages. I gave the fact that public demonstrations made to appear as if coming from minimum wage employees were actual union activities.
Facts you gave? O.
Let me clue you in, Buck.

A "fact" is a piece of information that is true.

Just spouting things doesn't make them facts.

What you state are unsupported opinions.

You have developed this bad habit of characterizing your opinions, your views, as "facts". As an example, very often you insult somebody, and follow up by stating that it's not an insult, it's a fact.

Nobody is entitled to make up facts.

Not even the notorious (legendary, if you prefer) Buck Crick.

What do you think, Auburn or Florida State?

Please, just your opinion, no facts.

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Carter's most famous statement on nuclear issues was given during the 1980 debate when he said he asked his little girl, Amy, what she thought about it.
Your bias against Reagan is perplexing. It is obviously based on something other than facts.
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”
&#8213; Ronald Reagan
I didn't listen to what Reagan said, I saw what he did. Rather what his handlers did.

Ronnie was a professional spokesmen and rah rah guy. Watch his Army training films and various narrations. He knew how to deliver the lines. They are all delivered the same way.

BTW, he started as a Democrat. His wife Nancy and the very conservative sponsors of his TV shows, read pussy and paycheck, changed his world view.

He was a huckster and hustler all of his life.

Sorry, Buck, I don't buy the image of Reagan that has been peddled.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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If I say yes, will you trust me?
What if I say no?
I think you'll only agree if I use the same anti-Christian tactis as you.
I won't trust you, no matter what you say. This has happened on so many occasions - meaning your "word jumbles", as you attempt to put it - your words have become meaningless at this point.

You ==> "The boy who cried truth" <== You.

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scaritual wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, always an excuse.

"ArAr; He sure does like him some word jumbles"
"The road is narrow" - christian babble.

"It's popular so must be both right and true!" - RR

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People celebrate Saturnalia, not countries and the ones who do are in the minority.
Saturnalia is called christmas now. No amount of word salad will change that fact.
I'm starting to think that you don't understand the vast differences between Christmas and Saturnalia.

Christmas isn't about Saturn you know.

I mean, that's a good start...

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scaritual wrote:
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I won't trust you, no matter what you say. This has happened on so many occasions - meaning your "word jumbles", as you attempt to put it - your words have become meaningless at this point.
You ==> "The boy who cried truth" <== You.
Aw does this mean our date is canceled?

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Eagle 12 wrote:
Buck your testimony can help thousands of kids. I really wish you would think about giving your whole life over to God. The good part you can still fight. You will be fighting the forces of darkness for the souls hanging in the balance.
I think there’s a dynamic ministry out there just waiting for you. I won’t hound you about but it’s true. Ask the Lord to guide you.
Hahahahahahahaha!!!

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Catcher1 wrote:
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Let me clue you in, Buck.
A "fact" is a piece of information that is true.
Just spouting things doesn't make them facts.
What you state are unsupported opinions.
You have developed this bad habit of characterizing your opinions, your views, as "facts". As an example, very often you insult somebody, and follow up by stating that it's not an insult, it's a fact.
Nobody is entitled to make up facts.
Not even the notorious (legendary, if you prefer) Buck Crick.
What do you think, Auburn or Florida State?
Please, just your opinion, no facts.
Well?

We're waiting.

The support for your "facts" you just "clued" us with?

Would hate to think all of that spiel was just opinion.

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Catcher1 wrote:
<quoted text>Let me clue you in, Buck.

A "fact" is a piece of information that is true.

Just spouting things doesn't make them facts.

What you state are unsupported opinions.

You have developed this bad habit of characterizing your opinions, your views, as "facts". As an example, very often you insult somebody, and follow up by stating that it's not an insult, it's a fact.

Nobody is entitled to make up facts.

Not even the notorious (legendary, if you prefer) Buck Crick.

What do you think, Auburn or Florida State?

Please, just your opinion, no facts.
Well said. I will add, he seems to start with the name calling when confused. Is he a christian?

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Aw does this mean our date is canceled?
Of course not.













You look fabulous in that dress, and I've already rented a tux.

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scaritual wrote:
<quoted text>I won't trust you, no matter what you say. This has happened on so many occasions - meaning your "word jumbles", as you attempt to put it - your words have become meaningless at this point.

You ==> "The boy who cried truth" <== You.
He's starting to sound like the one he constantly bickers with.

"You're a liar!" - RR

"No, you're a liar! For jesus!" - whatshisface

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