Vatican: Democrats are "party of death".

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  1. Ps104_33

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  2. ReformedBaptist

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    Who is the world was kissing the pope's hand? Edit: It is Nancy Pelosi!
     
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    The Vatican has finally come around to admitting what most Christians already knew.
     
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    Actually, if you have to oversimplify, the Democrats are the party of death for the unborn and the republicans are the party of death for the born (war, no food or medical support for the poor, no clean environment, etc.).
     
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    Come on BB?

    That is geting old, noone in the republican party wants to neglect the poor.

    I was going to post talking points, but whats the use?

    I will say this, the democrats want to just divide the country's wealth and redistrubite it.

    All that does, is to make more folks prone to apply for a government check than to actually work.

    And lets be honest here.....giving someone something for nothing just motivates them more towards laziness.

    AJ
     
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    If you want to make an argument against war, while I disagree, it is a legitimate argument. The other arguments such as Republicans do not want to supply food or medical needs tot he poor are fallacious. Government is not the answer to these situation. Your intentional fallacies are not helpful.
     
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    You cant prove how many Iraqi deaths are because of us.

    But we can prove that the civilian death toll has dropped a lot since we went in.

    Ask the Iraqis how they feel about safety? At least our troops dont just kidknap young girls at will and abuse them and then torture them.

    Sometimes the already born folks die.....wait a sec.....oh no!!!!.....when it comes to born folks, we all die eventually..why do you see death as such a bad thing if you are a christian? I eagerly await death so I can go to heaven.....

    What are you afraid of? And what makes dieing so bad?

    YOu know what? Folks have died for thousands of years, and we keep on dieing. Death is as much of a part of life as birth is.

    I am ready to die and go to heaven.

    Why is death so bad to you? Dont you trust God?

    AJ
     
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    Rev, interesting that you would point out "war" as a legitimate point of disagreement. I've seen/read/heard so much of the blather from the liberals of stuff that the Rs are "guilty" of, that I've gotten to the point that I basically ignore anything a liberal says.

    Pity, because occasionally there is a valid argument from one; but I've decided that it ain't worth the hassle to go thru 6 feet of briars if there is only a few blackberries on the other side of the bush.
     
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    Pity, because occasionally there is a valid argument from one; but I've decided that it ain't worth the hassle to go thru 6 feet of briars if there is only a few blackberries on the other side of the bush.

    That's good. I like it! :laugh:

    But, wow, did the Vatican copy from LE on the BB - It's what I've been saying for weeks....lol.
     
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    Why can't you understand? If you're not willing to spend money on something you don't support it. You support war not food stamps, correct?
     
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    Alright, if you're not willing for tax money to be spent on church programs, then you don't support those programs.
     
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    So you're saying that tax money should be spent on church programs? That means all churches you know. Unitarians, Catholics, Muslim, Morman, etc. Is that what you want? Tax money spent on the Muslims?
     
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    This is a good example of what I described in post #8 of this thread.

    (Anything to keep fact and emotion confused.):tear::BangHead:
     

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