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Quote# 94637

Eels travel with the Gulf Stream across the ocean and, after one to three years, they recruit to coastal areas they migrate up rivers and streams, overcoming all sorts of natural challenges — sometimes by piling up their bodies by the tens of thousands to climb over obstacles — and they reach even the smallest of creeks.
They can move themselves over wet grass and dig through wet sand to reach upstream headwaters and ponds.

They make a journey of 6,000 km back to the same pond they were born!

Our concern is not about how they make it (it is unknown till now)
Whichever the method that they use, it will need external data about the location (and route) to take

This external source must be intelligent and have a purpose to send this data to eels

GOD

Muslim Scholar, atheistforums.org 44 Comments [5/31/2013 3:25:58 AM]
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Submitted By: Kayenneh

Quote# 94623

In a bulletin insert delivered to parishioners around the nation, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops warned that the Supreme Court could be preparing to affirm marriage equality, and urged an outpouring of anti-LGBT sentiment and sermons to push back against the potential change.

“A broad negative ruling could redefine marriage in the law throughout the entire country, becoming the ‘Roe v. Wade’ of marriage,” the bulletin reads. “The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has joined with many other organizations in urging the Supreme Court to uphold both DOMA and Proposition 8 and thereby to recognize the essential, irreplaceable contribution that husbands and wives, mothers and fathers, make to society, and especially to children.”

It goes on to call for prayer, fasting and personal sacrifice to achieve the goal of keeping same sex couples from enjoying the same rights as other married couples, and urges parishioners join the church’s anti-LGBT “Fortnight for Freedom” events leading up to the 4th of July.





“Be a witness for the truth of marriage in word and action,” the conference ordered American Catholics. “Take advantage of opportunities to speak about marriage’s unique meaning in conversation with friends, family, neighbors or co-workers. Share the truth in love.”

The bulletin adds that, while “there are many ways to protect the basic human rights of all,” true Christians should oppose extending the rights of marriage to LGBT people because doing so “serves no one’s rights, least of all those of children.”

The bulletins are issued by Cardinal Timothy Dolan, president of the conference and America’s highest-ranking Catholic, who gave both the closing prayer at former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s presidential nominating ceremony and the 2012 Democratic National Convention. The New York-based cardinal faced criticism from within the church last Easter when a board member of the New York Roman Catholic archdiocese abruptly resigned, citing Dolan’s mocking response to a pro-LGBT charity that sought help from the church on behalf of homeless youths.

This Easter, Dolan resorted to having a representative threaten a group of openly LGBT Catholic parishioners with arrest for trying to enter St. Patrick’s Cathedral, demanding they wash their hands to symbolically reject their sinful ways. Instead, the protesters coated their hands in ashes and attempted to enter the church, leading to police intervention.


Timothy Dolan, The Raw Story 41 Comments [5/31/2013 3:17:50 AM]
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Submitted By: Frostythesnowman

Quote# 94619

I see. The homosexuals shriek and shout endlessly, getting in the Christians faces until it’s impossible to ignore, and when the Christians reply you hit them with “Why do you talk about homosexuality so much?”

What are you – fourteen years old?

Homosexuality is lust and fornication. Jesus talked about it plenty.

St. Paul talked about it. The New Testament is loaded with admonitions against it.

Answer me this: Why was SCIENCE obsessed with it? It was psychologists who tagged it as a mental disorder. So what made them switch sides? Social pressure? How is that science?

RKae, Moonbattery 58 Comments [5/30/2013 4:55:34 PM]
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Quote# 94618

"jesus never said a word about homosexuality…so how did making the lives of gay people miserable become the main (only?) tenet of ‘christianity’ ??
if the admonitions of the old testament are what we’re talking about then why isn’t anybody upset about people who shave or cut their hair ? people who eat shrimp ? parents who do not stone to death their disobedient children ? women who don’t move out of the house during their ‘unclean’ periods ? there’s a whole lot of stuff that the old testament god had problems with besides ‘men lying with men’."


Hey pollack! Have you ever seen a guy put his pecker in the butthole of another guy and create life? Do you understand the laws of nature even if you can’t admit something greater than man created it? Do you have your head so far up your ass you can’t see the damage that faggots have created? Of course not…you’re mentally twisted and therefore blind to truth.

IslandLifer, Moonbattery 75 Comments [5/30/2013 3:18:25 AM]
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Quote# 94616

Multiculturalism is the most potent tool liberals have in their never ending attempts to dismantle Christianity. There is nothing you can do or say that will mute their attempts to eradicate Christianity. Demonizing Christians for their reality based opinions of Islam is just part of the game.

Home-School-Produces-Winners, Y! answers 85 Comments [5/30/2013 3:18:11 AM]
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Quote# 94613

YHWH(64=Y25+H8+W23+H8) / the Grand Architect of the Universe (G.A.O.T.U.[64]) uses the elegant(64) mathematical model of GOD=7_4 or FOD=6_4 to planit.

The PlanEt Nestor is our 'next-door neighbors'. Humans have a nest or colony there. Google: Planet Nestor and 'coincidentally', some guy named Nestor has started a comic book called that!

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Non-coincidental synchronic reaction: 5/21/13 16:25 "Miller 64, Miller 64!" ad, "It's not just a number, it represents a man..." - ad, "careful though, that kind of power can go to your head" - Progressive ad on ESPN 2

Brad Watson, Miami, Amazon Atheist Forum 62 Comments [5/30/2013 3:13:20 AM]
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Quote# 94603

I think it's inevitable unfortunately. Multiculturalism stinks--it's never worked and it never will work. Satan knows it destroys and that's why he pushes it.

Florian9, Rapture Ready 64 Comments [5/30/2013 3:11:08 AM]
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Submitted By: Tony

Quote# 94599

Are you one of those gay bears? As predicted, sexual assaults have skyrocketed since DADT was repealed. There have been outbreaks of HIV since the repeal. All that was predicted and the problems are going to get worse. Only someone devoid of commonsense can't see those problems get worse when members of the military that have sexual attractions to other members are allowed to live and shower with one another.

Rent a brain.

Kirk Zimpfer, OneNewsNow 37 Comments [5/30/2013 3:10:55 AM]
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Quote# 94597

From 1946 to 1955, A female African lion, born and raised in America, lived her entire lifetime of nine years without ever eating meat.1 In fact, her owners, Georges and Margaret Westbeau,2 alarmed by scientists’ reports that carnivorous animals cannot live without meat, went to great lengths to try to coax their unusual pet (‘Little Tyke’) to develop a taste for it. They even advertised a cash reward for anyone who could devise a meat-containing formula that the lioness would like. The curator of a New York zoo advised the Westbeaus that putting a few drops of blood in Little Tyke’s milk bottle would help in weaning her, but the lioness cub refused to touch it—even when only a single drop of blood had been added.

The more knowledgeable animal experts among the many visitors to the Westbeaus’ 100 acre (40 hectare) ranch also proffered advice, but nothing worked. Meanwhile, Little Tyke continued to do extremely well on a daily diet of cooked grain, raw eggs and milk. By four years of age she was fully grown and weighed 352 pounds (160 kg).

Little Tyke continued to do extremely well on a daily diet of cooked grain, raw eggs and milk. By four years of age she was fully grown and weighed 352 pounds (160 kg)

As Georges Westbeau writes, it was ‘a young visitor’ to Hidden Valley ranch who finally put his mind at ease in response to the question of how Little Tyke could be persuaded to eat meat (thought to be essential for carnivores to survive):

‘He turned to look at me with serious eyes, then asked, “Don’t you read your Bible’? I admitted I didn’t read it as much as I probably should. He continued, “Read Genesis 1:30, and you will get your answer.’ At my first opportunity I got my Bible and turned to the passage he had indicated. To my astonishment, I read these words: “And to every beast of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to everything that creepeth upon the earth, wherein there is life, I have given every green herb for meat: and it was so.’

Television footage and newspaper photos of Little Tyke also moved many people, such as one who wrote, ‘Nothing has made me happier than your picture of the lion and the lamb. It has helped me believe in the Bible.’

The owners of Little Tyke, though apparently not Christians, were so reassured by this that they no longer worried about her refusal to eat meat, and turned their attention instead to refining her ‘vegetarian’3 diet further, learning of new grains to add to the lioness’s food. These numerous grains were ground and stirred together while in the dry state, then cooked and mixed with the milk and eggs. The lioness was fed this mixture each morning and evening, and sometimes at midday as well. (To condition her teeth and gums—as she steadfastly refused all offers of bones to gnaw—Little Tyke was given heavy rubber boots to chew on, which generally lasted about three weeks.) The lioness not only survived on this diet, she thrived. One of America’s ‘most able zoo curators’ apparently said that the lioness ‘was the best of her species he had ever viewed.’

As well as Little Tyke, the Westbeaus cared for a menagerie of other animals at their ranch. A large number of the many visitors to Hidden Valley were motivated by the prospect of seeing ‘the lion that lives with the lamb’—a situation similar to the prophecies of Isaiah 11:6. The sight of the lioness living placidly alongside sheep, cattle, and peafowl made a profound impression on many visitors. Television footage4 and newspaper photos of Little Tyke also moved many people, such as one who wrote, ‘Nothing has made me happier than your picture of the lion and the lamb. It has helped me believe in the Bible.’

In the light of Little Tyke’s situation, along with anecdotes of other carnivorous animals surviving on vegetarian diets,5 it is certainly easier to relate to the Genesis account of animals living solely on plants before Adam’s Fall.6

Mr Westbeau’s observation of the lioness that ‘To condition her stomach she would spend an hour at a time eating the succulent tall grass in the fields’, is also a vivid reminder of the prophecies of Isaiah 11:7 and 65:25, ‘ … the lion will eat straw like the ox.’

David Catchpoole, et al., Creation Ministries International 50 Comments [5/30/2013 3:10:34 AM]
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Quote# 94586

Science depends upon the regularity and orderliness of universe, and that cannot be derived from a naturalistic framework. You are borrowing from Christian theism when you do science, and even when you send emails to me. Even more fundamental is what you are taking for granted in this dialogue. The efficacy of human language, the regularity and dependability of physical laws which allow our computers, email, and internet to function, the ability to reason and argue, the assumptions that our minds can comprehend what is being written, the ability of our minds to connect with the phenomenon of the outside world, etc. I ask you to examine those assumptions. How can physical laws even exist in a universe without God? How can you trust those laws unless they were made by a personal, infinite being, who is both transcendent and imminent, and continue to be upheld by His infinite power? How could you even trust the veracity of your own thoughts and reasoning process if this were a chance, random universe? You presuppose the existence of God in everything you do, even as you rebel against Him!

Henry B. Smith Jr, Associates for Biblical Research 89 Comments [5/29/2013 3:41:58 AM]
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Submitted By: Tony

Quote# 94584

As for my reputation, well, one of the dangers of dismissing someone as a crackpot means that the individual so dismissed no longer has any fear of it. If you happen to believe in the economic recovery of 2009, global warming, and the heroic teachers of Sandy Hook elementary school, that's fine with me. It doesn't bother me any more than your belief in unicorns, evolution by natural selection, or human equality.

Vox Day, Vox Popoli 75 Comments [5/29/2013 3:41:22 AM]
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Quote# 94583

The determination of David Cameron to press ahead with legalising gay marriage opens up the possibility of a lesbian queen giving birth to a future monarch by artificial insemination, Lord Tebbit has warned...

"I said to a minister I know: have you thought this through? Because you're doing the law of succession, too.

"When we have a queen who is a lesbian and she marries another lady and then decides she would like to have a child and someone donates sperm and she gives birth to a child, is that child heir to the throne?"

Tebbit joked that the change could allow parents to marry their children as a way of avoiding inheritance tax. "It's like one of my colleagues said: we've got to make these same sex marriages available to all. It would lift my worries about inheritance tax because maybe I'd be allowed to marry my son. Why not? Why shouldn't a mother marry her daughter? Why shouldn't two elderly sisters living together marry each other?"

Lord Tebbit, The Guardian 63 Comments [5/29/2013 3:40:49 AM]
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Quote# 94577

Whether a swarm, a herd, a flock, or a group, each have their own flavour of nervous force field. Each member of the group contributes to it and important messages, like, flee, food sources or spacing between each other, can be conveyed along this path of stimulation...in an instant.

Environmental changes can also be conveyed this way and the member with greater experience of the matters at hand would be the one who excites and directs the others in times of change.

This field of energy moulds genetics because mating and its surrounding behavior patterns must meet certain environmental conditions. Nothing is left to chance...the environment, when stable, ensures adherence to the patterns which conserve the most energy, and this becomes the genetic norm.

This field of energy can be used in a number of different ways. It sets up hierarchy, In rearing young it encourages the group to guide and nurture their offspring. In feeding, it guides hunts and methods of dividing the spoils, it can be a method of choosing the healthiest partner and, thereby ensure the best chance for survival. It can be useful in the skills of dodging the enemy. All using an unspoken, nervous language, that conveys so much useful information between members of the group.

Because every form of life has adapted to suit the needs put on them by their environment it proves that nervous behavior stimulates genetic change.

The important thing here is that we are coming to establish an invisible energy that is generated within all life, that can influence our genetics, and it is here where accurate

NicholasMarks, Religion and Ethics 31 Comments [5/29/2013 3:15:35 AM]
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Submitted By: NearlySane

Quote# 94576

An atheist lawmaker's decision to give the daily prayer at the Arizona House of Representatives triggered a do-over from a Christian lawmaker who said the previous day's prayer didn't pass muster.

Republican Rep. Steve Smith on Wednesday said the prayer offered by Democratic Rep. Juan Mendez of Tempe at the beginning of the previous day's floor session wasn't a prayer at all. So he asked other members to join him in a second daily prayer in "repentance," and about half the 60-member body did so. Both the Arizona House and Senate begin their sessions with a prayer and a recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.

"When there's a time set aside to pray and to pledge, if you are a non-believer, don't ask for time to pray," said Smith, of Maricopa. "If you don't love this nation and want to pledge to it, don't say I want to lead this body in the pledge, and stand up there and say, 'you know what, instead of pledging, I love England' and (sit) down.

"That's not a pledge, and that wasn't a prayer, it's that simple," Smith said.

Mendez said he was just looking for a way to convey his own feelings like other members do when they take the rotation giving the daily prayer.

"I wanted to find a way to where I could convey some message and take advantage of the opportunity that people have when they offer these prayers," he said. "If my lack of religion doesn't give me the same opportunity to engage in this platform then I feel kind of disenfranchised. So I did want to stand up and offer some kind of thing that represented my view on what's going on."

Steve Smith, ABC News 43 Comments [5/29/2013 3:15:03 AM]
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Quote# 94574

What Nobody Wants to Know about Homosexuals

All of us in the family-values community are up in arms against the Gay Lobby, but sometimes we forget that the enemy is not just the young guy with the earrings. The enemy is often right behind us: some kindly grandfather, a sweet teen, or a quiet parent. It is easy to arouse the troops when the druggies and perverts come charging over the hill demanding our children, but when child molesters are busy in our backyards, and we don't know enough to watch out, the damage can be much worse.

There are thousands of Americans fighting the gays while their children are away in sleepover summer camp. What they don't know is that their kids in camp are in great danger of learning the very things we don't want. Boys alone with boys in the summertime, when discipline is relaxed, and schedules are loose, is the biggest problem. Thousands of boys simple and pure will go to camp and come home much different. Summer is suspect because wherever children go swimming there are pedophiles panting behind. No, it's not pleasant to talk about. Years ago, I wrote a book about this. I got a call from a clergyman. He said, "A congregant came to me with your book, and he said, 'If I had read this book earlier, my child and all of her classmates would not have been molested by their teacher.'"

Nobody is safe. No age group, no parent, no teacher can be considered beyond the pale of suspicion. Never trust anyone. Arm your child with a warning, as I do, about the "piggy-men." One day my kid came rushing into the house. "Tatee, tatee," he called to me, " a piggy man came after me." We ran outside and the piggy man just made it to his car a few steps ahead of me. He never came back to my neighborhood.

One day a man called me: "I've got him," he exulted. "I found out about a molester and I'm going to call the police and fix him." I congratulated him, but also, told him the facts of life. The man was stunned. He could not believe it when I told him that a parent who calls the police can ruin his child and the lives of the parents, because the Family Courts with their secular feminist anti-religious social workers and therapists will take control of the child's mind and run the family. A few hours later, the phone ran. "I checked out what you said, and I thank you," the father said. If you have to go to the police, make sure you have a good lawyer and a good therapist; otherwise, they will do what they want. In some courts, a parent is at fault if a child is sick, and then, the parent is treated terribly, and forced to undergo therapy at great financial and emotional cost.

A prominent educator had a molested son. He called the police and they arrested the molester. The molester got a good lawyer, and a little boy is no match for a good lawyer. The man went free, and the boy and family live in pain and disgrace.

All of this is said not so we despair but to get us to improve the situation, and not let the family courts be controlled by those who despise parents and religion. There are plenty of molesters in the religious community, and we have to know how to deal with them. We have to be sensitive to the pain of the molester, and know that his soul is aflame with guilt, at least with a normal religious person. We must be sensitive to the family of the molester, and not ruin the reputations of the family members. We must be sensitive to the molested children, and to all of those who could be victims. We must be aware of the terror of ubiquitous threats to our children, because only in that is our salvation. We have to fight for our children, and keep our eyes open. When you think you have heard everything, then you and yours are in big trouble.

Rabbi David Eidensohn, Sinai Central 75 Comments [5/28/2013 3:48:54 AM]
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Quote# 94573

I didn't say I'm not careful with it. I happen to know more about it than you. I know more than you about most things.

I was an atheist. i know atheists fear hell. you want to kid yourself and pretend you don't, you do. noting else could explain the gross illogical, the refusal to look at the evidence, nad the pure hatred that atheist exhibit all the time.

that movement is raw with hate. we must destory the evil stupid christians. why?

Metacrock, CARM Discussion Forums 59 Comments [5/28/2013 3:34:54 AM]
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Quote# 94572

[Regarding Minnesota's legalization of homosexual marriage.]

Living in Washington State, I share Ms. Markel's concern. Every society that has endorsed Homosexuality met its doom, usually within 50 years. Be patient, those of you who think nothing will happen; that God is not real; and that it's ok to mock God. Next week, next year, five years from now - who knows - you will reap what you have sewn.

No, we are not the judge, only the messenger. The message is, homosexuality is more than just a sin, it IS an abomination, right there with beastiality, cannibalism and child sacrifice, all the things the Jews did in 586BC before Jerusalem fell to Babylon. (Fortunately, we have not sunk this low...yet.) Fortunately, there are still enough of us who respect God's laws who pray daily for God to spare His judgement on not just America, but the entire world.

We may see tornadoes in Seattle, or an earthquake in Minneapolis. We may see volcanic eruptions, a meteor, or simply an economic collapse resulting in social chaos and anarchy. A strange virus may be rear it's ugly head. Methinx it will probably be all of the above.

The book of Revelation says that this "stay of execution" of God's wrath won't last forever. He is patient, wanting no one to perish, yet He will respect the choice of those who choose to reject His Son. Supporters of these "alternative" lifestyles will eventually win the battle, and have their way on earth, but ultimately they will lose. The good news is, you have a choice. Which side do you want to be on? The winning side? Then repent and turn to Christ. It's very, very easy to do. Rejecting Christ or not choosing puts you on the losing side. Don't be on the losing side; you won't like it.

David Eternburn, OneNewsNow 69 Comments [5/28/2013 3:32:42 AM]
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Submitted By: emau99

Quote# 94569

My son has been in Scouting since he was 6. The points you bring up I can more than amply supply. My son and I have talked this over many nights and it was his decision NOT to remain in Scouting if it turns Gay. He has plenty of friends from his Martial Art classes and the rifle range, among his many activities. I think lacking for friendship will be the least of his worries. I was raised in the woods on a farm. Whatever Scouting can teach, I can do better from what I've seen in the past 3 years that he has been in. They really don't teach what you need to survive anymore. It's all about trying to keep a room of rowdy boys quiet enough so they actually learn something.:( Because of the Gay influence, Scouting will cease to exist. I say that cause sooner or later, an adult Scout Leader will be indicted for brutally raping little boys on campouts and get caught. Then, instead of it being about the boys, it'll be about his rights as a Gay person when in fact, being Gay is what would have lead to this problem in the first place. AND because I do love my son, I will shield him as much as possible from something like that happening to him.

caseyryback007, Fox Nation 35 Comments [5/28/2013 3:27:38 AM]
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Quote# 94567

[On the Boy Scouts of America's decision to allow openly gay children to join.]

Scouts have spit in my face. Screw em if this is true. Let the stinking faggots run the asylum. I won’t donate a dime or a minute to them ever again.

Why is it that faggots and Fascism go hand in hand?

MarineBrat, Free Republic 54 Comments [5/28/2013 3:27:15 AM]
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Quote# 94566

[On the Boy Scouts of America's decision to allow openly gay children to join.]

They won’t get another dime from me. Sodomites have won again. When will this godless crap stop. Boy Scouts have lost all honor with me. May they and their scout masters and scout leaders all go to hell.

laweeks, Free Republic 27 Comments [5/28/2013 3:26:28 AM]
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Quote# 94562

Conservative radio host Glenn Beck says that “forces of spiritual darkness” at CNN arranged to have Wolf Blitzer ask a atheist tornado survivor if she thanked the Lord as a plot to promote atheism.

At the conclusion of his Tuesday interview with Rebecca Vitsmun, Blitzer told the woman who lost all of her worldly possessions that “you gotta thank the Lord, right? Do you thank the Lord?”

“I’m actually an atheist,” Vitsmun politely replied, adding, “I don’t blame anybody for thanking the Lord.”

During Wednesday’s radio show, Beck asserted that Blitzer’s question was “peculiar in the way that it was stated.”

“I think he was fed some information about the guest he had on beforehand — that’s what producers do — given some questions that he should ask, etc., etc.,” Beck explained. “Some producer, who is sympathetic to the atheist plight or just doesn’t like Christians or whatever it is, thought it was important to point out that, in the middle of the heartland in American where most people are God fearing, there are atheists there too.”

“It’s important because it informs others what they are being taught about atheists from atheism and the bully pulpit and other sources of bias that is not a correct reflection of reality in plain view,” he continued. “We are not fighting against flesh and bone, we are fighting the forces of spiritual darkness. And it doesn’t matter what people’s intent are, but I will tell you that, that was there for a reason.”

Beck insisted that he liked atheists, but Christians needed to prove that they were better.

“Have I done anything this week, have you done anything that would make anyone say, ‘Wow, what is it about them? I want to be like that. I want to be able to provide hope to others in dark times,’” the radio host said. “If you haven’t done anything different than what an atheist can do this week then your light is not shining very bright at all.”

“Because, quite honestly, if there is no difference, I mean, wouldn’t you rather stay at home on Sunday? Wouldn’t you rather just go ahead and just do what you wanted to do and not listen to some invisible guy in the sky?”

Glenn Beck, The Raw Story 33 Comments [5/28/2013 3:24:02 AM]
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Quote# 94561

Conservative columnist Michelle Malkin on Wednesday asserted that the British people “brought it on themselves” after an apparent terrorist used a meat cleaver to hack a soldier to death in London.

Following Wednesday’s horrific slaying, Fox News host Sean Hannity speculated that President Barack Obama would have refused to call the incident a “terrorist attack.”

“What do you need to have? Neon lights that say, ‘Islamic jihad,’ ‘Islamic jihad?’ I mean, duh,” Malkin agreed. “They were screaming at the top of their lungs, ‘Allahu Akbar,’ and repeatedly swore in the name of Allah that they would continue to fight against us.”

“And in large part, unfortunately, in British culture, among the progressives there, they brought it on themselves in some ways because of lax deportation policies, and an unwillingness to screen out and profile Islamic militants who are now doing this in a homegrown manner on British soil,” she added. “It’s tragic.”

Michelle Malkin, The Raw Story 27 Comments [5/28/2013 3:23:43 AM]
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Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog

Quote# 94549

["As far as I know, Jesus prayed privately, as he taught his pupils: But you, when you pray, go into your private room, and when you have shut your door, pray to your Father Who is hidden, and your Father, who sees in a hidden manner, will reward you openly. Matthew 6:6"]

This quote is taken out of context. Why didn't you include the context, by which Jesus was urging people not to be like liberals?

Andy Schlafly, Conservapedia 43 Comments [5/28/2013 3:20:54 AM]
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Submitted By: Night Jaguar

Quote# 94548

According to Think Progress, Judge John Roach of McKinney, Texas has given Page Price 30 days to move out of the home she shares with Carolyn Compton and Compton’s two children from a previous marriage because he does not approve of Compton and Price’s “lifestyle.”

Roach has placed a “morality clause” in Compton’s divorce papers, which forbids Compton from having anyone she is not related to “by blood or marriage” in her home past 9:00 p.m. if the children are present. Same sex marriage is illegal in Texas, so by law, Compton cannot live with Price if she wishes to retain custody of her children.

Compton said that she and Price have been together for three years. Compton’s ex-husband rarely bothers to see the children and was previously arrested on charges of third-degree felony stalking in 2011, charges that he was able to plea down to criminal trespassing, a misdemeanor.

In a post on Facebook, Price wrote that Roach had inserted the morality clause into the divorce agreement when Compton’s ex-husband Joshua Compton attempted to gain custody of the children in 2011. The judge wrote that he disapproved of the two women’s “lifestyle.”

Judge John Roach, The Raw Story 16 Comments [5/28/2013 3:20:43 AM]
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Submitted By: Wykked Wytch

Quote# 94544

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) this week said that prayers to God will ensure Obamacare’s repeal, after 37 House of Representatives attempts to do so.

“I think the President will ultimately be forced to repudiate his own signature piece of legislation because the American people will demand it,” she told an evangelical radio host Tuesday. “And I think before his second term is over, we’re going to see a miracle before our eyes, I believe God is going to answer our prayers and we’ll be freed from the yoke of Obamacare.”

She added, “I believe that’s going to happen and we saw step one last week with the repeal of Obamacare in the House. We have two more steps. We serve a mighty God and I believe it can happen.”

Michele Bachmann, Think Progress 27 Comments [5/28/2013 3:19:19 AM]
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Submitted By: Kevin Klawitter
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