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Quote# 4417

CAN THEY PROVE HAPPYNESS IN A CLINIC NO, IT IS A FEELING WELL SO IS GAYNESS IT IS A FEELING OF REBELION AGAINST BEING NORMAL IT ALSO CAN NOT BE PROVED.

RK_FREAK, Kyle Givler Teens' Board 7 Comments [9/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 4423

No one seems to have answered your question yet. Does anyone know where atoms came from, <u>or how they are formed?</u> [Emphasis added]

JohnR7, Christian Forums 14 Comments [9/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 124481

Can you not see the difference between physical determinism, in which our conscious awareness is just a spectator, and spiritual determinism which allows our conscious awareness to interact and take control?

Alan Burns, Religion and Ethics 14 Comments [2/13/2017 3:12:16 PM]
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Quote# 124520

"A record number of poor kids are eating breakfast — thanks to a program many conservatives hate"

First, only a liberal media source like the Washington Post would brag about a record number of children being dependent on a government program due to their parents not providing for them. Whether it's a result of poor economic conditions where they live or lack of personal responsibility, it's nothing to be proud of. Second, calling these lunches free is fake news. Just like every other government program from the Affordable Care Act on down someone is always paying for those who are incapable of or refuse to provide for themselves and their children. Third, this program and all others should only be for the truly poor and one has to be just that to not be able to afford a big $2.00 container of oatmeal and bananas to cut up and put over the top of it. Finally, I have the misfortune of knowing several individuals who have children with 3-4 different women and don't provide for them. Can you guess who does? The rest of us. May the government start permanently sterilizing individuals who through their irresponsible actions and selfishness create a burden on the rest of society. They are a cancer in need of major radiation. They make me sick.


74Patriot1776, The Washington Post 24 Comments [2/15/2017 8:06:01 AM]
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Quote# 124519

As a side note, a few weeks later my husband had asked me to wrap some bottles of wine to give as gifts to his clients. As I was wrapping them, my hands started to burn. I had to stop because the burning became so severe. I asked one of my sons if he could see anything, and he said yes, and that it was the wine that had the demons in it. This surprised me, for this wine was from a very small and private vineyard that was owned by a Christian home schooling friend of my husband.

I share this post with some apprehension, for I know there are many Christians out there who drink, and they can get quite upset when their drink is in question. Yet from all that we have seen in the unseen world, liquor of any kind, yes even wine from a Christian, is filled with demons.

Dreams of Dunamis, Dreams of Dunamis 26 Comments [2/14/2017 4:17:00 PM]
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Quote# 124549

You gotta love the language of the pro-abortion types: “an affront to women’s autonomy and decision-making capacity.” Apparently they do not believe women are autonomous enough to make the decision to say "No!' to a man. They always talk as if, by some mysterious process, the fetus just invaded the woman's womb against her will.

What happened to parents? They used to tell daughters, "If you sleep around, you can get pregnant." Oh, and "Men will use you if you let them." So now women actively encourage men to use them, and they call that "autonomy." A woman who lets herself be used as an orifice by a man who feels nothing for her is not "autonomous," she has dehumanized and objectified herself. Feminism sends men the message - "Use us! We like it!"



Gary Whiteman, Christian News Network  20 Comments [2/15/2017 6:01:14 PM]
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Quote# 124558

Sometime when I was in high school I was in a class that watched 12 Angry Men, rightfully considered a classic film. I vaguely remember my impression at the time was of surprised admiration. The fact that a black and white film could be enjoyable and impactful was somewhat unexpected to my shallow 15 year old self. Of course what really struck me, and presumably everyone else who likes the movie, was how close the jury came to carrying out an “obvious” miscarriage of justice. The portrayal of the situation by the movie was that prejudice and human fallibility were conspiring to condemn a young boy to death. As such, it was only just that he should be found not guilty. At least, that was how 15 year old me felt. How I was supposed to feel I guess.

I recently watched this film again and I now take the message of the film with a large grain of salt. As I have grown older and wiser, and also more experienced with neoreaction, it is easier to spot the undeniably progressive stance of the film. 12 Angry Men is the quintessential artistic expression of the progressive attitude toward the criminal justice system. The film itself was made in 1957, which was a time at an early stage of progressive reform of the courts. These reforms, which were implemented during the 50s and 60s, led to a huge spike in criminal activity during the 70s and early 80s. The reforms made it much more difficult for prosecutors to actually convict real criminals at trial. After all, it is better that 99 criminals go free than 1 innocent man goes to prison, right? Well, apparently not. Legislatures and prosecutors reacted to the surge in criminality created by these reforms by putting into place the draconian penalties and mandatory minimum sentences that allow prosecutors to scare 97% of the accused into accepting plea bargains to avoid the extremely harsh sentencing that would result from a jury trial conviction. For more on the changes that have taken place in the criminal justice system over the last 60 years or so, I recommend Handle’s review of “The collapse of American Justice” (and of course the book itself).

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The accusing jurist himself, along with 2 or 3 other jurists to a lesser degree, is an interesting example of a caricatured archetypal conservative. Where the progressive leaning jurists are portrayed as calm, reasonable and objective, the “conservative” jurists are portrayed as emotional, angry, and prejudiced in order to create as polar a dichotomy as possible. In other words, good and evil were clearly defined by the exaggerated character and personalities of the individual jurists. This was especially pronounced in the attitudes written for the right leaning jurists towards immigrants and other ethnicities, which seems to be an early example of anti-white “anti-racism”. That is, the audience is made to feel antipathy towards the obviously negative personalities of the white, conservative jurists with illiberal opinions by associating those opinions with the absurd and flawed characters. For example, the “bad” jurists angrily referred to immigrants and minorities with disdain through terms like “they are just like that,” “that’s how they are,” and “that’s what people from the slums do”. Never mind the fact that such observations aren’t completely irrational, the point was to paint the picture that anyone who might use such information to help them decide a case is just as evil as this caricature through the association of flawed personalities with quick and prejudiced judgements. As illogical as such an association is, the film succeeds masterfully at this point.

It was this portrayal of the personalities of pro-guilty (IE conservative) jurists that I found to be most bothersome. In the most notable example of ad hominem via caricatured conservative, one jurist was given a back-story of conflict with his own son. He apparently was a hard father who engaged in a savage fight with his boy when he was 16. The boy had left and never spoken to his father again for many years. This bad father thus projected his bad situation onto the accused boy and associated the accused with his own disappointment and bitterness he experienced with his son. “Bad” was determined as much if not more via synthesized character attacks against the archetypal conservatives as it was by synthesized doubtful evidence. Surely this emotional appeal has little to do with jurists, conservatives, or justice in reality. And yet, we can see how effective it was on influencing the average person by the prominence of the movie in cultural history and the ultimate success of the progressive reformers to change the system.

Although this is a well made film and worth a watch, it has to be understood in the context of the times and especially the progressive ideologies of the writers. Being fictional, it is easy to simply manufacture doubtful evidence, testimony, and flawed personalities of jurists. Within the context of the reality created by the film, the progressive message does indeed seem right and just. However, a better way to judge the film is by the real world consequences of the progressive ideologies it embodies. Considering the sorry state of our modern criminal justice system, history should not remember this film anywhere near as favorably as it currently does.

Atavisionary, Atavisionary 8 Comments [2/15/2017 10:56:04 PM]
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Quote# 124537

There are two Greek words used in the New Testament for love: agape and phileo. Very simply expressed: agape is God loving us because of WHO HE IS; whereas, phileo is God loving us because of WHO WE ARE. So, obviously, God does not phileo unrepentant sinners, but He does agape them! And we ought do the same! I agape everyone, because of WHO I AM; but I phileo certain people that I am fond of, because of WHO THEY ARE. God does not phileo the soul that He casts into Hell, but He still agapes them.

David J. Stewart, Jesus is Precious 13 Comments [2/15/2017 2:18:38 PM]
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The "Arson, Murder And Jaywalking" Award

Quote# 79897

In the last 15 years, I'd bet that not one single person has been kicked out for "Being Gay", except those that have gone straight to the command and demanded to be kicked out (for other reasons, or as an activist statement to get attention). We've had people with "Gay Pride" stickers on their cars and the Command looked the other way. In my last year in the Army, we had a soldier in our unit, that painted his fingernails, talked with a serious lisp, pranced around and openly talked about how much dick he sucked. Seriously. Everyone was too scared to say shit to the Command for fear of being punished. The Command knew he was openly gay and did nothing. This kid is a walking bag of HIV. This kid is not simply "Gay" (which no one would really care about), this kid is a Fag. He's every bit of someone you would not dare depend on to save your life. If I were still in, I'd seriously consider becoming a conscientious objector, and getting out. Let the "Gays" have the military. Let it collapse. The screaming, crying 2% of society have gotten their way. Don't think for one f*ing second it's going to stop here. Within one year, you'll hear the gays scream to get married in the military, draw housing pay for their gay "Partners", get tuition payments for their partners, medical treatment, yada-yada-ya. Within the next two years, you'll be hearing about trans-gender soldiers that need a sex change at Walter Reed and men wearing womens uniforms and women wearing mens.

KCJ, Moonbattery 79 Comments [3/9/2011 8:47:23 AM]
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Quote# 124444

Have you ever directly benefited from a woman's action?

After that Varg quote I've been thinking, are women completely useless outside of sex? Women are essentially useless and devoid of any substance or value.

They can't even enjoy doing something that isn't moving them higher in the social ladder. Every action they make is to improve their social standing.

Supposedly women exist that are capable of thought but I have yet to meet one.

H77b, /r/incels 24 Comments [2/12/2017 6:43:07 AM]
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Quote# 124560

He complains (rightly) that the progs in the entertainment industry use their influence over plot lines to create propaganda for children, when they are least able to critically evaluate it and so soak that crap in like a sponge. I remember once we were talking about education around my teenage nephew and he, at different points, both said “that is sexist” and “that is racist.” Poor guy. This is probably more to do with the school system than cartoons, but same difference (same same, but different?). Keep in mind that I do sort of, maybe try to tone myself down at family events. Apparently dismissing blog posts isn’t the only thing I do halfheartedly. After the third or so statement of this sort, being the cold-hearted, insensitive asshole I am, I responded with “reality is racist” and he suddenly seemed to be deep in thought. I didn’t hear about being racist again. It turns out crazy uncles might have more influence than low-IQ education majors! Who knew?

In any event, I almost never watch TV anymore except stuff I can be very preselective with on the internet for this very reason. Every time I give a show a chance, which is rare anymore, I am invariably disappointed and disgusted by the progressive parasites infesting the story. For example, I like gore and zombies. Who doesn’t? I was told The Walking Dead was a pretty decent show and reluctantly gave it a chance. The first 4 seasons were on netflix so I watched them. For the most part it was pretty good, but they just can’t leave out the prog propaganda. A mindless show revolving around killing zombies can’t just be about killing zombies; it also must be progressive. At least the progs finally did something right though, a post-apocalyptic wasteland seems the appropriate setting and endpoint of progressivism. The third and final straw happened in the last episode in which they introduced some gay dudes and had them make out. Ya, I am not shitting you. The gay dudes make out in the show. I have a very bad feeling that those two are going to stay on as characters for a long time. I am not going to find out, though, because I am done watching it. It isn’t that I have anything against gays, like everything else in human psychology (most importantly intelligence), I am pretty sure it has biological origins and that they are unfortunate misfits born with a bad combination of alleles. Gnon was not kind to them. But understanding that does not mean I want to see them make out (or have civilization cater to them or give them special victim status). Even then, that isn’t even the major problem for me (though it is an important problem). The major problem is the er…hrmm northern aggression of it all. It is the fact that these assholes can’t keep their fucking values to themselves. They HAVE to try to propagandize me and everyone else who don’t want to have anything to do with them or their values; even if we would never bother or hinder them in their personal lives at all if they just left us alone. It isn’t enough that I am (or was) willing to just let them be if they let me be. They HAVE to get in my face about it. Fuck them. Goodbye libertarianism.

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It isn’t that other people have different values that bothers me, it is that people are trying to forcibly push their values on me and others who may be ambivalent or in strong disagreement. Most important is that the values they push are objectively shit. Ya, maybe I haven’t been a paragon of virtue in the past, but at least when pressed I can objectively evaluate what values are best for civilization as a whole. I don’t pretend like self-interested behavior is anything other than self-interested behavior. If people disagree with a set of values they should be able to disassociate and allow Gnon to be the judge of who is right or wrong. We aren’t being allowed that privilege. This northern aggression can not stand.

EDIT: I just remembered there was another thing that was dumb in the show. There was a group at a hospital being lead by a small framed women. This was just stupid, in such an apocalyptic setting strength and endurance are what matter most and men wouldn’t follow someone who would never be able to keep up with them. Post-institutions affirmative action would not apply and she would have been demoted to a support role she was actually suited to.

Atavisionary, Atavisionary 16 Comments [2/15/2017 10:56:44 PM]
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Quote# 124536

I know the real God is real.

Fairy-tale characters are for darwinists, i.e. many/most darwinist believe space aliens jizzed on the earth to create bacteria which proceeded to transform into all forms of life. Those space aliens with magical jizz are fairy-tale characters. You believe in the evolution fairy-tale, so fairy-tale characters are right up your alley!

Navaros, IMDb 18 Comments [2/15/2017 2:18:29 PM]
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Quote# 124523

Only a twisted, demented, evil mind/soul would consider Onanating one's self to be "normal." Even Onan himself knew that he was shame of the entire world.

I have seen this same logical fallacy from many other darwinists too: they assume that because they are despicably evil, that everyone else is also despicably evil! I henceforth coin this phenomenon as "the darwinist fallacy."

Navaros, IMDb 13 Comments [2/15/2017 6:41:14 AM]
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Quote# 124472

On Tuesday, conservative pastor Lance Wallnau appeared on “The Jim Bakker Show” to discuss President Trump’s inauguration and the Women’s March on Washington.

Wallnau said he knows the real reason that millions of people marched against the new president the day after the inauguration: Upon taking office, Trump evicted an evil spirit of witchcraft from the White House, causing that demonic spirit to go out into the general population.

“What I believe is happening is there was a deliverance of the nation from the spirit of witchcraft in the Oval Office,” he said. “The spirit of witchcraft was in the Oval Office, it was about to intensify to a higher level demon principality, and God came along with a wrecking ball [Trump] and shocked everyone, the church cried out for mercy and bam—God knocked that spirit out, and what you’re looking at is the manifestation of an enraged demon through the spirit.”


If Trump had lost the election, Bakker said, America would have seen “a destruction, a total end of the church.”

Lance Wallnau, right wing watch 19 Comments [2/13/2017 10:49:59 AM]
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Quote# 124534

[From the "2011 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices" part on France]

In December 2010 the Fort-de-France Criminal Court on Martinique convicted businessman Alain Huygues-Despointes for praising crimes against humanity. The conviction stemmed from a 2009 television interview in which Huygues-Despointes stated there were “positive aspects” of slavery and criticized mixed-race marriages because he wanted to “preserve” his race. The judge ordered him to pay a 7,500 euro ($9,750) fine. The Fort-de-France criminal court subsequently rejected Huygues-Despointes’s appeal and ordered him ordered to pay a 20,000 euro ($26,000) fine as well as pay for the full-page publication of the judgment against him in the local newspapers. Huygues-Despointes filed an appeal with the court of cassation; a court date had not been set by year’s end.

Alain Huygues-Despointe, United States Department of State 7 Comments [2/15/2017 2:18:10 PM]
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Quote# 124459

There is absolutely zero evidence in favor of evo THEORY. None at all: It is just a false THEORY.

1GodOnlyOne, youtube 20 Comments [2/13/2017 12:15:17 AM]
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Quote# 124455

Atheist DIL won't allow us to see our grandchildren

My husband and I are Baptist and raised our son as Baptist as well. He started dating a Catholic girl on high school, and while we were never entirely supportive of the relationship we didn't actively protest. He joined the military after graduating and now they live in Washington state (we live in SoCal). They have three kids together.

Before he graduated, he announced that he was an atheist. We thought it was just a phase, something he decided because he wanted to have premarital sex with DIL. We knew this was somehow something she convinced him was right. He was deeply religious and loved Christ before he met her. They are both now "out and proud" atheists. This phase has lasted over ten years.

Well, my husband has been vocal lately about his distaste for DIL and her corrupting ways on our son. He has made it clear that he WILL talk to our grandchildren about Christ, and encourage them to accept him into their hearts. When DIL protested to this, he said fine, we will do it when they're older (around 12). Again she got angry and said no. A few months ago during a visit, things got heated and DIL told us that we were not ever allowed to speak about Christ or religion to her children. My husband protested and she kicked us out of their home. I was so disappointed when my son allowed this to happen. What happened to honoring thy father and mother?!

Since then, there have only been a few phone calls between us and my son. The kids are never "available". We requested them for a few weeks this summer and my son only replied that that would not be happening. When asked when we can come visit again, or whether or not he and the girls will be coming down to visit us, he just says no. DIL is no longer comfortable with us having a relationship with them. My DIL has led my son away from Christ and is deliberately alienating my grandchildren from Him, as well as us.

I am so hurt and honestly have no idea what to do anymore. I am at a loss. I am so worried about my grand babies. I am considering contacting a lawyer about establishing grandparent's rights, although I don't know how that would work seeing as we are in different states.

Thank you for reading.

GrandpaTrav's wife, babycenter. 39 Comments [2/12/2017 3:36:54 PM]
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Quote# 124457

As you know, God is a Masculine Male Father Patriarch King, and He has a Big Whopping Penis that evildoers such as yourself will have to kneel before at His Judgement Seat, shortly before He casts you into Hell.

Navaros, IMDb 16 Comments [2/12/2017 3:37:22 PM]
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Quote# 124561

However, I am not entirely convinced that this student’s lack of interest both in the book and in the essay were all that bad in the grand scheme of things. Specifically, the summaries I have since read on this book strongly suggests to me that it is a very clear case of progressive propaganda being forced onto unwitting children. In fact, I was at once reminded of my own experience in high school with similar propaganda. “Speak” by Laurie Halse Anderson. Where as speak was only concerned with feminists conceptions of rape, “The Kite Runner” appears to focus more on Muslims/Afghans (although it also goes into rape as well).

In summaries of the plot, it follows two boys in Kabul who play with kites together. One is of an Islamic sect which is considered lower class than the other. The lower class boy in one scene protects his superior from being beaten up, while in another, later scene the higher class boy does nothing to stop the former from being raped (by a male). Typical prog lionization of lower classes; as well as an awkward insertion of rape. Later the high class boy escapes the soviet invasion and moves to America as a refugee where he experiences guilt at his luck generally (he regularly imagined the hard lives of his friends back home) as well as specifically with respect to this friend he didn’t save from the rape. Finally, he finds out that this friend who he didn’t save from a rape both had died and also had a son during the general turmoil in the country. He goes back and saves this friend’s son and brings him to America as well.

In this story we seem to have both support of cat-lady style saving of refugees as well as touching on rape hysteria. There was probably little mention that there might be a connection between the ethnicity involved and tendency for rape and violence. At least that is how it seems. Without reading the book, I can’t be entirely sure of how much it is in fact propaganda and how much it is just a story (though my own experience with progressive propaganda leads me to a specific guess). I won’t comment further on the content of the story itself. However, the student also showed me his rubric and instructions on what topics were allowed for the essay. All of the designated topics were clearly progressive points of interest (such as “human rights,” which is what this student chose) which leaves no doubt that whatever merits this story has on its own, if any, it is being used in schools to indoctrinate children into progressive positions.

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Anyway, I focused mainly on non-content related suggestions to improve his essay. However, I also made a point that when he spoke of human rights he did so in a very general sense, yet all of the examples from the story were from a very specific group of people with a very specific religion. After all, we don’t hear about Theravada Buddhists raping and murdering Mahayana Buddhists. To generalize Muslim culture in Afghanistan as if it were a world wide issue for every group of people is inaccurate and absurd. This is as much crimethink as I dared to inject into the situation, but I think the point was taken and will be considered by the student. In my head, I thought facetiously that the human rights issue he should write about is forcing young children in schools across the country to read and write about progressive propaganda; with their essay conclusion being determined in advance of writing. I did not say this however, as I anticipated the comment would not be appreciated by the adults who would no doubt hear about it. If you are a parent, I would suggest keeping an eye out for this story in your child’s curriculum so that you can do any necessary damage control when they are forced to regurgitate prog propaganda as a graded assignment.

Atavisionary, Atavisionary 8 Comments [2/15/2017 10:56:48 PM]
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Quote# 124253

Quick, feminists, which rights will Trump take away? “Ummm” doesn’t count



Hundreds of thousands of women marched on Washington D.C. because they are so worried about losing their rights under President Trump. What rights, you may ask? Oh, you know, such and such and so and so.

First of all, I find it so funny how feminists show up in ridiculous costumes, or topless, holding crazy signs and shout about how their rights are being trampled. I mean, they’re in our nation’s capital without a top on, yelling curse words, and protesting the leader of the free world without the threat of punishment. How more free could you be? But if you corner them and ask them directly, they don’t know what rights are actually in danger.

Conservative funny man Steven Crowder made a new video highlighting this phenomenon and in only the way he can. He dressed up as a trans woman, acted like a feminist, and fooled everyone. His unique access got him up close and personal with these women where he asked them to name specific rights and they just couldn’t. He even talked with former Texas senator and abortion advocate Wendy Davis, and she couldn’t name a single thing. She’s also terrible at recognizing a spoof when she sees one! But like Crowder said, the Left will never question a man dressed as a woman. It’s an instant free pass.

So, was this just a reason to wear pink hats and yell the P-word? What did they actually accomplish?

We’ll probably never know, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the head-scratching spectacle.

'Women's March' Crashed By Crowder... IN DRAG! (Featuring Wendy Davis)

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Bristol Palin, Patheos 25 Comments [2/5/2017 2:28:44 PM]
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Quote# 124533

This new documentary shows some very deeply hidden secrets, looking at Demons and Gargoyles from the ancient world, they can take a variety of forms. Dragons, devils, demons, half-human and half-animal are the most common. The styles and possible meaning and functions will be discussed here. While there is growing interest in these carvings, which originated during the time of ancient Egypt, there is not a large amount of meaningful written material concerning them.

The documentary shows that In various religions, devils and demons are evil or harmful supernatural beings. Devils are generally regarded as the adversaries of the gods, while the image of demons ranges from mischief makers to powerful destructive forces. In many religions, devils and demons stand on the opposite side of the cosmic balance from gods and angels.

Disclose TruthTV , youtube 9 Comments [2/15/2017 2:12:12 PM]
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Quote# 124496

Planned Parenthood traded pizza for dead babies. Still think they care about women’s health?



Don’t let anyone tell you ever again that Planned Parenthood has anything to do with “parenthood.” Nor let them tell you that their clinics are all about women’s health. They’re not! They are in one business and one business only: abortions.

Former employees are speaking out against Planned Parenthood and revealing some of the sick and twisted things that go on behind the scenes — if selling fetal body parts wasn’t enough already — which includes selling abortions to get rewarded with pizza parties.

That’s what the pro-life activist group Live Action discovered when interviewing former employees. One of them, Sue Thayer who managed a clinic in Storm Lake, Iowa, said that her office had a monthly goal for abortions. Her specific clinic didn’t perform abortions but they would make referrals. Those were counted in the monthly quota and listed on a color-coded grid to keep employees motivated.

“We were really very goal-oriented,” Thayer said. “We would say things like, your pregnancy test, your visit today is X number of dollars, how much are you going to be able to pay towards that?”

You may want to stop eating right now to stomach what her office would tell these “patients” next:

If they’d say, “I’m not able to pay today,” then we would say something like, “Well, if you can’t pay $10 today, how are you going to take care of a baby? Have you priced diapers? Do you know how much it costs to buy a car seat? Where would you go for help? There’s no place in Storm Lake — or whatever town they were in — you know, where you can get help as a pregnant mom. So really, don’t you think your smartest choice is termination? We can take care of that and set it up for you.”

Disgusting.

Besides pizza parties, there were other rewards for salesmen: more time off and lunches with upper management.

Thayer added, “It sounds kind of crazy, but pizza is a motivator.”

Yeah, it sounds real crazy.

Live Action president Lila Rose points out something else that sounds crazy but is the reality: “Planned Parenthood doesn’t have quotas for adoptions. It doesn’t have quotas for prenatal care. But quotas for abortions? Absolutely.”

Can we finally put to rest the idea that Planned Parenthood cares about anything other than aborting babies?

Planned Parenthood’s Abortion Quotas

H/T The Blaze

Stacey Dash, Patheos 32 Comments [2/14/2017 7:30:44 AM]
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Quote# 123365


He created the English language, it is just men who are not strong on understanding the word of God, especially ATHEIST. :)


Sassy, Religion and Ethics 20 Comments [12/31/2016 11:22:34 AM]
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Quote# 14598

[Replying to another poster's opinion that people who not only claim not to be gay, but vehemently hate homosexuals in general, are probably homosexual too]

Your opinion as a homosexual is worthless. You are engaging in criminal, abnormal and sociopathic behaviour and have no credibility. You need to be institutionalized in a facility for the criminally insane.

Gallus07, IMDb 82 Comments [9/5/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Quote# 35793

QUESTION: If there is a perfect Bible in English, doesn't there also have to be a perfect Bible in French, and German, and Japanese, etc?

ANSWER: No. God has always given His word to one people in one language to do one job; convert the world. The supposition that there must be a perfect translation in every language is erroneous and inconsistent with God's proven practice.

(etc etc...)

Thus in choosing English in which to combine His two Testaments, God chose the only language which the world would know.

Jack Chick, Are there perfect Bibles in French, German and other languages? 125 Comments [3/5/2008 3:34:08 AM]
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