The real George W. Bush

Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by Jailminister, Jan 19, 2004.

  1. Jailminister

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    President George W. Bush is once again indicating a belief that all religions are recognized by God. Many born-again Christians have been troubled by Bush's statements and actions that suggest an endorsement of the idea that all religions are equal before God. These believers point to Bush's Ramadan dinners at the White House and his praise of Islam as examples. Associated Press reports that yesterday, in a speech at a New Orleans church, Bush told the crowd that God works through many of the world's religions. "Miracles happen as a result of the love of the Almighty, professed, by the way, taught, by the way, by religions from all walks of life whether it be Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu," Bush said. The president went on to say that there is nothing better than a faith-based program to provide hope: "Again, I don't care what religion it is -- there's nothing more hopeful than the word." It was not clear from the report what "word" President Bush was talking about.
     
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    Typical George W. :rolleyes:
     
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    Hmmm... makes me wonder... ???
     
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    Since Bush claims to be a Christian, I would deduce the Bible is waht he is referring to, especially since I know the Bible is the Word.

    But I believe his reasoning may very well be that some of the same exact standards for association with your "human" brothers are found in all religions.

    Anything Bush says is open game for the SPIN doctors.

    If you don't like Bush you have two options: vote for Dean(lookslike,maybe hillary in the final outcome), or run for president yourself. Lets see you handle it.

    Although I would never agree that other religions are even close to Christianity, I can't help but admit many of the "policies" are quite similar, but then so are the devil's "policies" as well.

    Ephesians 6:11 Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.
     
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    Dean is finished after his pro wrestling-type tirade after losing badly in Iowa.

    And the alternative for conservative Christians is www.peroutka2004.com . [​IMG]
     
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    I stopped wondering LONG ago.
     
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    Me, too.

    http://www.constitutionparty.org

    The Partial Birth Abortion Bill is still unsigned.

    Don't expect a Marriage Amendment any time soon with an election coming up. The Log Cabin Republicans might be offended as well as some of his appointees.
     
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    I'm not sure about the exact passage date of the bill, but if does not sign nor veto the bill within 10 days, the bill automatically becomes law without the president's signature. The exception would be if Congress adjourns during this ten day period, which would kill the bill (pocket veto).

    As far as third party candidates, they only take votes from majority parties. The Constitution Party would mean less votes for the Republican candidate. Sometimes, this may actually swing an election, such as Ross Perot in 1992. Many believe Bush would have won this election if not for the number of Republican oriented voters that voted for Perot. Same arguement could be made for the Green Party and Democrats.

    Charles
     
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    What Partial Birth Abortion Bill is still unsigned? What am I missing here?

    President Bush signed the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act on November 5, 2003.
     
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    I agree, Ken, but wouldn't his demise be the opening for even less "qualified" candiddates in the democratic party awaiting their demise as well and the "landslide" victory of Hellary Clinton as the "only" suitable candidate?

    Perot has very many good proposal's, but his being "independent" is his hinderence, thereby allocating the hint of a possibility he isn't really serious, knowing he has no a real chance against the "big boys". Also the possibility he is only a distraction and a lame duck at best, and actually promoting the "modern" democratic party in the long run.

    That "modern" party is very sneaky. I believe Hannity, Limbaugh, and Boortz, ( I can't believe myself backing anything Boortz says, being he is such a heretic!) have a good inclination about them, seeing the "Hilla" monster lurking in the background. Her hubby was the forerunner of modern day deceptive politics, and "Hilla-gator" is likely to be the one who trained him. Jezebel did train Ahab y'know! I'm still anticipating Jehu to come driving furiously and looking for a couple of eunichs to cast "Hitlery" to the dogs though!

    Bush can easily be looked at as the "lesser" of two evils, but pray for him, we are commanded to.

    Until then, Go! Bush!
     
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    I stand corrected. He did sign the bill. It is on hold, not being enforced, suspended.

    Newspaper
     
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    I stand corrected. He did sign the bill. It is on hold, not being enforced, suspended.

    Newspaper
    </font>[/QUOTE]Upon the signing of the bill the Left immediately signaled their intentions of filing an injunction.

    Just like the Left did here in Mo. over the Concealed Carry Bill.
     
  13. KenH

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    As a Christian I have decided to stop voting for the lesser of two evils as I have decided to stop voting for evil. I urge my fellow Christians to do the same.

    www.peroutka2004.com
    SUPPORT THE CONSTITUTION PARTY! [​IMG]
     
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    I don't think Perot is involved in presidential politics through the Reform Party any longer. At least I haven't heard about him lately.
     

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