Nov 7, 2007
I notice that none of you were here. Or have apparently ever looked at our website. There's no excuse for your ignorance. You quite literally CHOOSE to remain that way. (Nov 4, 2012 | post #8)
Well, we only had one person show up. :) Next time, though! Next time! And thank you. (Nov 3, 2012 | post #3)
Come over to my house today from 6-7. Some missionaries and I will be there and can answer them. Email me at amberissmiling@yah oo.com for directions or information. This is not an attempt to convert anyone; I'm sure you all have your own churches and convictions. This is simply an attempt to clear up any misunderstandings about the church today and what we believe. This is also not a debate. It's us answering questions that you may have, but we're not going to argue or be preached to. I hope those of you that have questions can come! If you can't, you can always go to www.lds.org if you have questions. (Nov 3, 2012 | post #1)
I've heard many people complaining about Benghazi that weren't right wing OR "conspiracy theorists." You're becoming less and less of a person I respect. And I'm only on the second page of this thread. (Nov 1, 2012 | post #95)
Oh Bob. All of this is just hate, plain and simple. And a backhanded compliment? Well that's clever, isn't it? If you don't like Romney, by all means, keep posting such silly hate threads disguised as "news." Keep ignoring all that Obama has failed to do or just done completely wrong. It seems to be working for you. (Nov 1, 2012 | post #94)
Maybe that's because Republicans, unlike the Democrats around here, give credit where credit is due. This entire topic is a prime example of how unwilling the other side is to do the same. (Nov 1, 2012 | post #93)
Yeah, someone trying to help is a joke. That's an excellent way to look at it. We could look at all Obama does for charity...hmmm. Yes, let's do that. Again, Romney has given more to charity throughout his life than the dude he's running against. If he wants to help, he should help. He always has, he probably always will. (Nov 1, 2012 | post #92)
Uh, okay? If the disaster was in Kentucky, Kentuckians would be paying tax money to help our own state. The people in charge of the relief- Kentuckians- would be employed and paying taxes back into the state. That's how it's supposed to work; our taxes go to fixing our roads, schools, etc. Private relief efforts don't expect a profit. What could it possibly be? LOL, what is "Hartes Ignorance?" (Nov 1, 2012 | post #90)
Spare me, please. Tell me how well our federal government is doing right now, hmmm? (Nov 1, 2012 | post #89)
The private sector= businesses that employ people, and not on taxpayers dime. Yeah? (Nov 1, 2012 | post #82)
Our church has always provided disaster relief. Emergency Response Each year, millions of men, women, and children are impacted by war, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, and other disasters. In these desperate circumstances, quick response is often the difference between life and death. The Church continually gathers donations of food, clothes, medical supplies, and relief items. The resources are then pre-positioned in key locations for shipping on short notice. Because of this preparedness, the Church is able to respond immediately in times of emergency. When the timing of response is critical, international relief agencies have come to rely on the Church for food and materials. In addition to providing materials, the Church also helps with funds and volunteers. Volunteers often make the most difference in restoring hope in the lives of those in crisis. A recent example is the more than 10,000 days of labor donated by Church members to assist victims of Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana and surrounding states. From 1985 to 2009, the Church has shipped 61,892 tons of food and 139,998 tons of other supplies to more than 150 countries. In 2009, the Church provided assistance in response to the tsunami in Samoa, typhoons in the Philippines, the Padang, Indonesia earthquake, conflict in Pakistan, and 98 other disasters. I'm sure Mitt is well aware of this, as he's been a member for about 60 years. I'm not sure why anyone wanting to help is considered bad, but whatever floats your boat. The man gives more money to charity a year than hundreds of other people together. He's just evil, huh? (Nov 1, 2012 | post #81)
Rude. Just pray for your neighbors who have lost everything and stop worrying about everything else. I'm glad they're all okay. (Oct 28, 2012 | post #10)
All you have to do is go to Romney's website and see where he stands on any issue. I know that may require a little work on your part, but hey...you can do it! Ryan's budget could be passed today. Obama's hasn't been passed yet. Who doesn't have a plan? (Sep 21, 2012 | post #12)
Some of his speeches are word for word what they were four years ago. He's had four years to make good on his word and he hasn't yet. (Sep 21, 2012 | post #5)
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