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Discussion in 'Politics' started by saturneptune, Aug 27, 2007.
Your posts are so original!!!!
Well thought out and well researched!!!!:sleeping_2:
Why thank you.
Hey SN, this guy is demonstrating some pretty advanced trolling skills, so don't get into it with him.
On topic, I don't know quite what it is about men's washrooms that makes our elected officials' thoughts turn to romance, but I hope this guy is replaced very soon.
I think you are right. There have been several threads started by this individual that really have no point. I cannot recall the name, but this reminds me of someone who was banned, and has come back under another name. Hope all is well with you.
What does this story have to do with the Republican party? For the life of me, and for all me reading skills, the best I can find here is a story about a Republican individual, not a Republican party. Furthermore, I am not sure of many, if any, who would claim godliness for the party.
So isn't this kind of a silly thread?
It is a pattern, just like the Democrats. No it is not a silly thread. As a leader of the Christian faith, I would think you could see how serious it is. It is not silly or funny. It is a reflection of our nation, the leaders we have elected. If I recall some previous threads, you seem to give some moral advantage to the Republicans, when in fact, both parties are equally evil and ungodly.
There is no doubt in my mind had this been a Democratic senator, you would not have thought this to be a silly thread, but a symptom of the moral state of our country.
Yes indeed, and no mention of Craig's religious affiliations.
Well, Mr PL, I can hardly wait to hear your explanation of this being a silly thread. A United States senator, a leader of our nation, playing flash games in an airport restroom. A real knee slapper. You are probably in mourning today, as Senator Craig has been kicked off your other Republican buddy's campaign, Mr. Romney. You know, the one that was for abortion while governor of Massachussetts, now is a flaming right to lifer.
Oh wait, I know, it is a left wing conspriacy. Hillary and Obama took an invisible pill and followed Mr Craig into the restroom and pulled his pants down.
I hope the GOP weeds out this man. He is a disgrace to the party and the American public. If he was a democrat, he'd be salvaged, but I hope, as a Republican, he'll be ousted.
First, I am not a "leader of the Christian faith." I am a Christian, who is a leader of a local church. Second, as a whole, the Republicans generally have a slight moral advantage in some areas. These areas are limited and greatly decreasing in a hurry.
I think this is not a funny story, nor a silly one. And you can read my comments and see that I never said it was a silly story. I said it was a silly thread becuase you entitled it as a thread about thr Republican party but turned out it was not about the Repub party, but about a singl repub senator. Now, just as Bill Clinton's under the desk escapes doesn't indict the whole Democractic party, neither does this Senator's bathroom shenanigan indict the whole republican party.
What you have here is a story about a Republican senator, not the Republican party, and it was silly to have entitled your thread to make it about the Republican party (which is hardly godly to begin with).
You obviously don't think very well. As I stated above, Bill Clinton's foiables, Joe Biden's plagiarism, Chuck Schumer's general ididocy does not indict the whole party. I do not attach the actions of a single democrat to the whole of the democractic party.
You are also dishonest. Mitt Romney is no buddy of mine and you know that. I cannot, for the life of me, figure out why you cannot be honest about my political views. Perhaps the reason is that if you were honest you wouldn't have anything to actually argue with me about.
I don't support Romney. I don't support anyone at this point. I don't know enough about any of them to make that call. I certainly have no "buddies" in the process. And I have said that over and over again. Why can you not simply be honest about that?
But in any case, Romney may welll be pro life. Kennedy used to be and he changed; it is possible that Romney could also change. I don't know.
This whole story is not funny in the least. This man should be prosecuted legally. He has no defense from me and it is shameful that you would think he does.
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1. I am no politic pundit. But I will say that the misbehavior of one individual does not and should not cast light on the whole group or party, as being culpable.
2. It is like saying that if one Christian misbehaves, then all Christians do and therefore are culpable. I don't think you would even want to go there.
3. God bless, my brother.
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Save for the spelling issue on capable, TCG hasn't made any errors. It has been the consensus of BB members, btw, that neither party has made any case to unbelievers about Christ, much less following him; and never will at this point. Get over it! I've never heard the GOP or Dem officals make any Holier than Thou chants anyway...it's always us who start those types of fights and we're always using them for altilerly! It's events that these that should teach us that such battles are pointless!
Moderators, please close this thread.
But not before a chorus of....
"....lookin' for love in all the wrong places......"
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Maybe he just wanted to hold hands while he sat on the throne?? And rub toseys...........