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Thanks, I was beginning to wonder if anyone intelligent read my posts. And I did not waste my time, I was not just speaking to you but to anyone who is willing to listen. As far as my post was concerned, those opinions are not merely my own, but the result of research I have done into my religion as to how and why the Church has had this position and how it changed more recently. I came to my own conclusion, that happens to agree with the Church as it has been, after much reading and deliberation. I simply meant to inform.
COMMENT #84 [Permalink]… The Redneck said on 11/30/2005 @ 12:52 pm PT…
Tom:First off, for those who don’t feel like searching for the Rall cartoon– http://www.Ucomics.Com/rallcom/2005/11/26/
And let’s not forget….
“to create as much . . . Discord and hatefulness as they possibly can and follow a scorched- earth political strategy: burn down the house in hopes that you’ll inherit the ashes.”–Al Gore, on Republican goals
“Prince of Darkness,” “rabid attack dog,” ”bigot,” “sexist,” “homophobe”– NBC reporter Jim Miklaszewski
[Gingrich seeks] “a more scientific, a more civil way of lynching people.”–Sunni Khalid of NPR
“George Wallace was big in rural Georgia, too.”–New York Magazine’s Jacob Weisberg, on Gingrich
“A lot of people are afraid of you. . . . Worse, you’re an intolerant bigot.”-Sam Donaldson of ABC to Gingrich
“The most hideous schemes are being put forth now in the name of conservatism… …If this were Germany, we would call it fascism. If this were South Africa, we would call it racism. Here we call it conservatism.”–Jesse Jackson
“The Christian Coalition was a strong force in Germany. It laid down a suitable, scientific, theological rationale for the tragedy in Germany. The Christian Coalition was very much in evidence there . . .”–Jesse Jackson (note, the Christian Coalition was founded in 1989)