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Discussion in '2006 Archive' started by hillclimber1, Oct 14, 2006.
Uhmmmm. .... so now he knows that the "effeminate shall not inherit the kingdom of God", eh ? 1 Corinthians 6:9
Did the journalist select "husband?"
If not, Harr must have stated he was Studds' husband. How/who is that determined?
Or does Massachusetts law state male/male marriages are husband/husband and female/female are wife/wife?
Sorry, but those questions just struck me when I saw the quote.
I'm betting he now very much regrets his lifestyle.
I was a big time democrat in his tenure, but still had nothing but contempt for the man. I lived in Massachusetts, but not in his districts, so his name was never on my ballots.
I suppose our savior loved him.
Way to trash the dead guy!
I bet every sinner in the hereafter regrets his sins. Perhaps one of them for some was "my sin is less offensive to God than yours is."
Did he repent ?
And Daisy, you should have read what yer buddy above me said when Reagan died. Sometimes people speak ill of the dead.
Especially reprobates like Studds.
Maybe REagan isn't worthy of respect because he's not a liberal and gay, like Studds ?
How would I, or you, know?
Did you think that was the right thing to do? If it wasn't right then, then it's not right now. If it is dandy now, then it was dandy then.
I think such principles should apply across the board or not at all.
Now Daisy, you're criticizing the douible standard, again. You know how that upsets Curtis.
I'm not upset, I promise.
(About to leave the Twin Cities)
As much as I disagree with that lifestyle, I pray for his family in their loss. May they come to know Christ as Savior if they don't already.