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“It all about money”

Since: Oct 08

st louis

#21874 May 27, 2009
NOPT wrote:
<quoted text>Touch his noodly appendage, do it now!
My dog is eating that noodly appendage as we speak,

“My People, My Guns,My Rights, ”

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#21875 May 27, 2009
Enochs fire wrote:
<quoted text>
Billy Jack.
Very
Touching man.
You know something "O? I never knew you were so sensitive.
You eally are gay.
LOL........
You know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna take this foot, and put it on that side of his head. And you know what? There's not a damn thing he can do about it.

Since: Jul 08

Newport Beach, CA

#21876 May 27, 2009
Morning Republicans gearing up for another rowdy laker crowd LOL!
NOPT

Appleton, WI

#21877 May 27, 2009
Cherokee Pride wrote:
<quoted text>You're strange.
Not nearly as strange as King Charlemagne, who gave what he believed to be jesus's foreskin to Pope Leo III as a gift on Decemenber 25, 800 AD.
Fenris The Big Bad Wolf

United States

#21878 May 27, 2009
Enochs fire wrote:
<quoted text>
Billy Jack.
Very
Touching man.
You know something "O? I never knew you were so sensitive.
You eally are gay.
LOL........
LOL!!!

1000%, a true blue, dyed-in-the-wool swisher.

The funny thing is that he is ashamed of it. If that's the case, change that fact.......
Fenris The Big Bad Wolf

United States

#21879 May 27, 2009
NOPT wrote:
<quoted text>Touch his noodly appendage, do it now!
http://www.nambla.de/ is what you are looking for. How you stumbled in here, we have no idea (and I am sure you dont either). Lay off the ammonium nasal poppers, and navigation will be much easier......

Since: Apr 09

Elmont, Long Island NY

#21880 May 27, 2009
NativeOregonian419 wrote:
other words, the federal government has no right to interfere with the free expression of religion (by individuals or States) in any shape, manner, or form. Fourthly,
McCollum v. Board of Education Dist. 71, 333 U.S. 203 (1948)
Court finds religious instruction in public schools a violation of the establishment clause and therefore unconstitutional.
Burstyn v. Wilson, 72 S. Ct. 777 (1952)
Government may not censor a motion picture because it is offensive to religious beliefs.
Torcaso v. Watkins, 367 U.S. 488 (1961)
Court holds that the state of Maryland can not require applicants for public office to swear that they believed in the existence of God. The court unanimously rules that a religious test violates the Establishment Clause.
Engel v. Vitale, 82 S. Ct. 1261 (1962)
Any kind of prayer, composed by public school districts, even nondenominational prayer, is unconstitutional government sponsorship of religion.
Abington School District v. Schempp, 374 U.S. 203 (1963)
Court finds Bible reading over school intercom unconstitutional and Murray v. Curlett, 374 U.S. 203 (1963)- Court finds forcing a child to participate in Bible reading and prayer unconstitutional.
Epperson v. Arkansas, 89 S. Ct. 266 (1968)
State statue banning teaching of evolution is unconstitutional. A state cannot alter any element in a course of study in order to promote a religious point of view. A state's attempt to hide behind a nonreligious motivation will not be given credence unless that state can show a secular reason as the foundation for its actions.
Lemon v. Kurtzman, 91 S. Ct. 2105 (1971)
Established the three part test for determining if an action of government violates First Amendment's separation of church and state: 1) the government action must have a secular purpose; 2) its primary purpose must not be to inhibit or to advance religion; 3) there must be no excessive entanglement between government and religion.
Stone v. Graham, 449 U.S. 39 (1980)
Court finds posting of the Ten Commandments in schools unconstitutional.
Wallace v. Jaffree, 105 S. Ct. 2479 (1985)
State's moment of silence at public school statute is unconstitutional where legislative record reveals that motivation for statute was the encouragement of prayer. Court majority silent on whether "pure" moment of silence scheme, with no bias in favor of prayer or any other mental process, would be constitutional.
Edwards v. Aquillard, 107 S. Ct. 2573 (1987)
Unconstitutional for state to require teaching of "creation science" in all instances in which evolution is taught. Statute had a clear religious motivation.
Allegheny County v. ACLU, 492 U.S. 573 (1989)
Court finds that a nativity scene displayed inside a government building violates the Establishment Clause.
Lee v. Weisman, 112 S. Ct. 2649 (1992)
Unconstitutional for a school district to provide any clergy to perform nondenominational prayer at elementary or secondary school graduation. It involves government sponsorship of worship. Court majority was particularly concerned about psychological coercion to which children, as opposed to adults, would be subjected, by having prayers that may violate their beliefs recited at their graduation ceremonies.
Church of Lukumi Babalu Ave., Inc. v. Hialeah, 113 S. Ct. 2217 (1993)
City's ban on killing animals for religious sacrifices, while allowing sport killing and hunting, was unconstitutional discrimination against the Santeria religion.
Fenris The Big Bad Wolf

United States

#21881 May 27, 2009
Cherokee Pride wrote:
<quoted text>You know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna take this foot, and put it on that side of his head. And you know what? There's not a damn thing he can do about it.
Best scene ever. Tom Laughlin was the most believable Rambo charcter ever (as he actually GOT his ass kicked when facing insurmountable odds).....
Fenris The Big Bad Wolf

United States

#21882 May 27, 2009
joeblue wrote:
Morning Republicans gearing up for another rowdy laker crowd LOL! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =tnepPZChA5UXX
Joeblue!!! Que paso? Mucho maricone? LOL!!!

Libertarians mucho supremo!!

“Undocumented border patrol”

Since: Feb 09

ONE NATION UNDER GOD

#21883 May 27, 2009
Spunk NutIey wrote:
<quoted text>
I work ON A COMPUTER. lol
Get back to work nutty or Im tellin.
LOL....
Im gonna tell,Im gonna tell.
NOPT

Appleton, WI

#21885 May 27, 2009
Fenris The Big Bad Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
http://www.nambla.de/ is what you are looking for. How you stumbled in here, we have no idea (and I am sure you dont either). Lay off the ammonium nasal poppers, and navigation will be much easier......
Wow, you knew the website address for what appears to be NAMBLA. This may be a Freudian slip on your part...but boy butter would probably be slipperier.

“Undocumented border patrol”

Since: Feb 09

ONE NATION UNDER GOD

#21886 May 27, 2009
Cherokee Pride wrote:
<quoted text>You know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna take this foot, and put it on that side of his head. And you know what? There's not a damn thing he can do about it.
Thats right Billy, give em da love right upside the head.

“Undocumented border patrol”

Since: Feb 09

ONE NATION UNDER GOD

#21887 May 27, 2009
Fenris The Big Bad Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL!!!
1000%, a true blue, dyed-in-the-wool swisher.
The funny thing is that he is ashamed of it. If that's the case, change that fact.......
Died in the wool?
Hell,he wearing the sheep.
Baa,

“My People, My Guns,My Rights, ”

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#21888 May 27, 2009
NOPT wrote:
<quoted text>Not nearly as strange as King Charlemagne, who gave what he believed to be jesus's foreskin to Pope Leo III as a gift on Decemenber 25, 800 AD.
And you know this how? and why would you want to know it? But most of all, what makes you think that anybody else needs to know it?

“Undocumented border patrol”

Since: Feb 09

ONE NATION UNDER GOD

#21889 May 27, 2009
Fenris The Big Bad Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
Best scene ever. Tom Laughlin was the most believable Rambo charcter ever (as he actually GOT his ass kicked when facing insurmountable odds).....
Chuck Norris man.

When Chuck does push-ups he dont go up an down,
The earth does.

“RWNJobs: Enoch, AB2, NO 419...”

Since: Jun 08

CP, Gunner, GSC...

#21890 May 27, 2009
Cherokee Pride wrote:
<quoted text>The ways of the people in history, was based solely on ignorance. There is no logical reason for the way that certain peoples were treated. But to hang on to the past, is a crippling thing that can ruin your life and hold you and your people down, to the point of non-advancement. Too many minorities use the past as a crutch, to blame the present day government for their failures. The past is the past. My people have learned to forgive the past, not to be confused with "forget", because we will never forget. If you take a negative event from the past and learn from it, it is no longer a negative thing, it is positive. So to puzzle over past crimes against the people, is to stagnate the people.
CP, My primary point is what we DO in the NAME OF GOD in particular and sometimes even what is spoken in the NAME OF GOD. Present tense, not past. The demonization of people who do not believe as a particular group does. How is the demonization of homosexuals by any group justifiable? I certainly do not believe that homosexuality is THE NORM, however, for SOME it is THEIR NORM...right, wrong, or indifferent. Born "that way" I believe that it is for God to judge, not me. I take the live and let live approach to this worldly life. My impression is that some on these threads take a less than live and let live approach. It is those who I try to shine a little light on. Another hot issue. Illegal aliens. I do not believe in allowing them, however, I do blame American individuals and/or companies that employ them for cheap labor. They should be prosecuted and the illegals sent home at their expense. I would only plead with people to not demonize less fortunate people for trying to better themselves by coming to America. Often times we Americans prefer to conveniently make everything simply black & white, and seemingly more often than not they are far more complicated or gray and, need further examination before passing judgement. Last but not least please remember your words: to FORGIVE but, NOT FORGET...People of the Muslim faith?
Press 4 for English

Lincolnshire, IL

#21891 May 27, 2009
Cherokee Pride wrote:
<quoted text>I just love it when a person continues to argue, when the point is moot. You made reference to one book that was fiction, then you referred to another that was meant as a thesis, not as a proven fact or scientific theory. I can debate with you all day and night about theology, but you would continue your rhetoric. I have to admit, you're hard headed. The Bible, unlike the Jesus mysteries, is based on historical facts. The miracles cannot be proven, that is a matter of faith. In Corinthians, It flat out states that Christians believe by faith, not by sight. Although some have made it one for their own greedy reasons, Christianity is NOT a religion, it is a Faith. Spirituality and Faith, cannot be compared to religion, they are no where the same. Your denial that God exists, is a self denial, to convince yourself, for whatever reason you might have. Some people deny God, so that they can do as they please and never have to answer for their deeds, safe that way. What your reason is, I won't disrespect you by venturing to guess. But when you find "True evidence" that shows that the Bible is wrong, please post is and I will read.
What specific religion are you?

“Enforce our Immigration Laws!”

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#21892 May 27, 2009
Cherokee Pride wrote:
<quoted text>You may be strong in your beliefs, but you have always had an open mind to other peoples views, when it is backed up by fact and conviction. I have never seen you write a post that totally condemned another person's beliefs, which shows both intelligence and class. BTW, you are very good at holding your own in a debate.(Princess)
Well thank you CP.
I take that as a big complement coming from you.
I know you are highly educated,and I'm just a common sense person who believes in being kind to others as long as they don't step on my toes too hard.LOL

“Undocumented border patrol”

Since: Feb 09

ONE NATION UNDER GOD

#21893 May 27, 2009
Karma is a_______ wrote:
<quoted text>
McCollum v. Board of Education Dist. 71, 333 U.S. 203 (1948)
Court finds religious instruction in public schools a violation of the establishment clause and therefore unconstitutional.
Burstyn v. Wilson, 72 S. Ct. 777 (1952)
Government may not censor a motion picture because it is offensive to religious beliefs.
Torcaso v. Watkins, 367 U.S. 488 (1961)
Court holds that the state of Maryland can not require applicants for public office to swear that they believed in the existence of God. The court unanimously rules that a religious test violates the Establishment Clause.
Engel v. Vitale, 82 S. Ct. 1261 (1962)
Any kind of prayer, composed by public school districts, even nondenominational prayer, is unconstitutional government sponsorship of religion.
Abington School District v. Schempp, 374 U.S. 203 (1963)
Court finds Bible reading over school intercom unconstitutional and Murray v. Curlett, 374 U.S. 203 (1963)- Court finds forcing a child to participate in Bible reading and prayer unconstitutional.
Epperson v. Arkansas, 89 S. Ct. 266 (1968)
State statue banning teaching of evolution is unconstitutional. A state cannot alter any element in a course of study in order to promote a religious point of view. A state's attempt to hide behind a nonreligious motivation will not be given credence unless that state can show a secular reason as the foundation for its actions.
Lemon v. Kurtzman, 91 S. Ct. 2105 (1971)
Established the three part test for determining if an action of government violates First Amendment's separation of church and state: 1) the government action must have a secular purpose; 2) its primary purpose must not be to inhibit or to advance religion; 3) there must be no excessive entanglement between government and religion.
Stone v. Graham, 449 U.S. 39 (1980)
Court finds posting of the Ten Commandments in schools unconstitutional.
Wallace v. Jaffree, 105 S. Ct. 2479 (1985)
State's moment of silence at public school statute is unconstitutional where legislative record reveals that motivation for statute was the encouragement of prayer. Court majority silent on whether "pure" moment of silence scheme, with no bias in favor of prayer or any other mental process, would be constitutional.
Edwards v. Aquillard, 107 S. Ct. 2573 (1987)
Unconstitutional for state to require teaching of "creation science" in all instances in which evolution is taught. Statute had a clear religious motivation.
Allegheny County v. ACLU, 492 U.S. 573 (1989)
Court finds that a nativity scene displayed inside a government building violates the Establishment Clause.
Lee v. Weisman, 112 S. Ct. 2649 (1992)
Unconstitutional for a school district to provide any clergy to perform nondenominational prayer at elementary or secondary school graduation. It involves government sponsorship of worship. Court majority was particularly concerned about psychological coercion to which children, as opposed to adults, would be subjected, by having prayers that may violate their beliefs recited at their graduation ceremonies.
Church of Lukumi Babalu Ave., Inc. v. Hialeah, 113 S. Ct. 2217 (1993)
City's ban on killing animals for religious sacrifices, while allowing sport killing and hunting, was unconstitutional discrimination against the Santeria religion.
WRONG!

“My People, My Guns,My Rights, ”

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#21894 May 27, 2009
NOPT wrote:
<quoted text>Wow, you knew the website address for what appears to be NAMBLA. This may be a Freudian slip on your part...but boy butter would probably be slipperier.
Now I see where you are coming from. You're the only one to mention NAMBLA and boy butter in the same sentence. Go back to your NAMBLA website and continue you knuckle shuffling in private. You're a freak, a fraud and a part time broad. You appeared to be just a mental case at first, but after that last post, I don't like you and you are going to leave. Topix is very interested in people like you. I will make it my business to bring you to their attention.

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