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Quote from: Frys Girl on April 25, 2012, 06:13:33 AMnot all people who believe in God are Creationists
Quote from: Ben Shockley on May 01, 2012, 05:22:47 PMI don't know if you call yourself a "Republican," MV, but if you do, then the answer is "yes." If the 2012 Republican primary season has shown us anything, it's that anyone claiming to be a "Republican" MUST toe the line of extreme ideology or be politically purged, plain and simple. Ideological purity and (pardon the term) homogeneity Ã¼ber alles. And a major plank of that ideology is elaborate, strident ostracism of persons of non-hetero sexual orientation.That Dick Cheney remains a Republican in good standing while occasionally advocating for his lesbian daughter --or hell, while even having a lesbian daughter-- only speaks for the tremendous cred he's built up with the Republican base through his having a part in the murder of countless thousands around the world.What's a total mystery to me is how any gay or lesbian person in his/her right mind can claim to be a member of that party.
Quote from: analog kid on May 01, 2012, 06:28:49 PMAs the argument goes, if you believe in the divinity of Jesus, a belief in creationism of some sort is required, as Jesus was sent to answer for the original sin of Adam and Eve, and without them, there is no need for Jesus. That's the argument, anyway.
Quote from: Frys Girl on April 25, 2012, 06:13:33 AM...not all people who believe in God are Creationists
Quote from: slipstream on May 01, 2012, 07:00:23 PMP.S. I love how the anti-war left takes a powder while there is a Democrat in the White House.
Quote from: Ben Shockley on May 01, 2012, 07:05:19 PMWhy believe in --or be-- "a God" who didn't / couldn't create everything?
Quote from: Ben Shockley on May 01, 2012, 07:10:40 PMI think today's commitment to 10 more years in Afghanistan sucks.
Quote from: Eddie Coyle on May 03, 2012, 06:49:34 PM I had the misfortune of hearing 5 minutes of Hannity today...that's 300 seconds too many, but hearing that slimy putz talk about how he worked "a regular job"(roughly 25 years ago) topped off with "if you're in your mid twenties and only making mininum wage there's something wrong with you" Well, it's that mentality that makes me pray for a Maoist revolution at any cost, just as long as that fucking clown has to scrub a Taco Bell toilet with his tongue. Oddly, the place where I heard Hannity was a sub shop owned by a Kosovar Muslim. I guess he's been Hannitized. Let "freedom" ring.
Quote from: M. Knight on May 03, 2012, 07:02:19 PMThe so-called conservatives dominating radio are all getting a little ripe. I'd love to see ideologues replaced with critical thinkers, as long as they are funny and entertaining.
Quote from: McPhallus on May 03, 2012, 07:13:17 PMPawn Vanity is one of the newer conservatives, but he's a stale turd. He has nothing new to say, and meanwhile he was collective large fees for showing up at his so-called charity events.
Quote from: Ben Shockley on May 02, 2012, 01:08:33 AMNever, never mention crematoria in the context of current American political trends!
Quote from: b_dubb on June 02, 2012, 07:57:12 PMWKUK - Season 5 - Nerf Nuke
Quote from: MV on June 04, 2012, 11:23:26 PMI was so unimpressed with Barack Obama 4 years ago. I saw right through him and rolled my eyes as these boards filled to the brim with swooning adulation for just one little man. The stench of retardation wafting about... well... it was more than any one human (this human) should have to suffer. For those who have only come around recently, here's a reminder of how retarded you once were: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=%2Fg%2Fa%2F2008%2F06%2F06%2Fnotes060608.DTL&ao=all
Quote from: Paper*Boy on June 05, 2012, 12:18:38 AM Morford was right when he says Obama isn't one of us. He should have stopped there.
Quote from: onan on June 05, 2012, 07:21:21 AMRon Paul thinks taxation for public education is bad... I an not with him.
Quote from: Frys Girl on June 05, 2012, 07:39:37 AMI think the public schools in this country get way too much money. If Americans really think that to get tech savvy adults, we need to put kids in front of computers or use Nintendo Wii to get fit in PE, that's the problem. None of the principles of grammar, physics, and mathematics have changed in a hundred years. In America, we cry about the stupidest things when it comes to education: Creationism, sex-ed, the list goes on. No wonder kids don't learn. Add to that, parents who have no business being parents. If you have to work 3 jobs, please don't have a kid. Just don't. I don't care what Alex Jones or the Bible says. Kids need a stable home! Schools cannot burden the responsibility of raging, neglected kids. Look at DC public schools and you can get a flavor of what I'm saying. When I worked at a DC public school, I'll never forget when a girl told me that a certain boy was absent because he is in the hospital. That morning on the bus, another student bashed his head into a window. It wasn't this incident that shocked me. It was how calm the kids were when she told me the story! It was as if this was normal or common. The solution is not hiring more therapists and buying more goods. The solution is parenting. Public schools don't need much more than books and black boards. So in response to your statement about Paul, funding is failing the public schools.
Quote from: b_dubb on June 05, 2012, 07:18:18 AMI'm betting they (Progressives) don't feel like that now
Quote from: M. Knight on June 05, 2012, 07:00:11 AMThe Liberal Messiah. Only San Francisco would deify a politician to this extent. It is a reflection of a socialist-minded person to personify their greatest ideals, therefore Obama is perceived as a human state of perfection as long as he espouses the drooling dreck their tiny little minds are looking for.
Quote from: Evil Twin Of Zen on June 03, 2012, 02:00:39 AM.....for MV.....for me.....and for my brother. Ron Paul Passion