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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Ps104_33, Mar 14, 2008.
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"I have been going to the same church since 1998. Before that, I was an atheist. I did study Buddhism for a while, but that is neither here nor there. I have found a new church that I am thinking about joining.
It is a decent church, based on the Bible and involved in the community. There are a few things about it that make me wonder though. They ask you to live a Biblical life, and ask that I make a commitment to God, which I'm cool with. But they go beyond the Bible. It's these other commitments that make me think twice about joining the church.
The pastor also asks every member of the church to make a commitment to the white community, along with the white family. He preaches adherence to the white work ethic and wants me to, in essence, tithe a portion of my money to strengthening and supporting white institutions. Oh, and I have to make my skills available to the white community, when they need them. Finally, I have to make a personal commitment to the white value system, and pledge allegiance to leadership that espouse the white value system. "
After you join the church, run for public office, and if anyone asks you about your church, just tell them to mind their own business, that it doesn't reflect on you, and perhaps they're only asking because they're racist hatemongering bigots.
I am starting to think that Obama is a closet racist who is pulling the wool over everyone's eyes and calling himself a uniter just to enhance his political viability. He sure has some strange bedfellows.
Yep, I have to say that I'm getting a cheap thrill out of watching the democratics go at each other. Hillary is the "racist" candidate. Who woulda ever thunk it? Her and Bill have always been quick to play the race card in their favor. Let's see how they like their own medicine now.