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Doug

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  • [8] May 27, 2016 at 10:11am

    Notwithstanding any personal thoughts I have regarding Ms. Clinton’s behavior, moral character of the turpitude sort, all sorts of people who have literally died around her and so forth there is another angle to this.

    There is simply no easy way for emails to disappear completely. The reason for this is that the servers that send and receive emails each typically contain the emails for a period of time. The intermediate servers the emails “bounce” off of on their way to their destination keep copies for some time. The recipient’s email “box” will contain emails, even if deleted, unless someone deliberately removes them and so forth.

    Then there is the issue of backups; All of these are required by law to be saved. If not there are potential criminal penalties.

    Which essentially means that if no email are to be found then there MUST be a conspiracy of some sort. OR a level of incompetence SO staggering that the judgement and character of those using said services is immediately suspect.

    One always hates to see individuals down the type of path that Ms. Clinton appears to have gone down. I have no hard thoughts towards her. Why? Because a day WILL come when she will give an account for her life to Someone who knows exactly what the facts AND motives have been and who will ensure justice is served.

    Candidly, I pity her.

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  • May 26, 2016 at 7:09pm

    There is really a VERY simple answer (albeit expensive) answer to all of this; start building single occupancy restrooms that allow only one person in at a time. Mark them “Restroom”, then who cares?

    One Pooper, One Scooper. *s*

    And, in the meantime while you’re waiting for the build-out, take the ones set aside for baby changing or “family”, where you are able, and re-brand them “Restroom”.

    I suspect there would be a hue and cry over this because some folks will find themselves grossly offended that someone else might think differently than they do – all in the name of fairness mind you.

    I’m comfortable you feel that way.

  • [-2] May 10, 2016 at 3:13pm

    True enough, and Socialists still think they can spend their way out of debt which, in my estimation, qualifies as well. “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Albert Einstein

    Here’s the rub; what if you are wrong? Even better; let’s differentiate between not actually knowing the research, history and so forth and simply choosing to NOT believe. Both are, in the non-pejorative sense, evidence of ignorance, one though has a moral component – that of willfully choosing to be ignorant, usually because of some bias or prejudice. Not exactly Einstein there. I think the best resolution is to just look at the acts and go from there.

  • [4] May 6, 2016 at 10:46am

    HymiePorkensteen, That is a false analogy and very poor reasoning. In the eyes of God and the Bible not only are folks with different amounts of melanin 100% and absolutely equal but the same goes for male and female – and other ‘groups’. Read http://biblehub.com/galatians/3-28.htm

    Now, men are prejudiced, which is a very unfortunate thing and Christians have also over the centuries been equally prejudiced, also a most unfortunate thing.

    Your reasoning is analogous to saying that if one tire is flawed and fails then all tires are flawed.. Suggest you look here;

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fallacies
    False equivalence
    Correlative-based fallacies –> Correlation proves causation

  • [6] April 24, 2016 at 4:57pm

    Yeah, in a barn.

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  • [3] April 18, 2016 at 10:52pm

    Nor I. If someone want to stick their plonker where it (in my opinion) ought not be then they should bear the responsibility for the consequences of the same and I’d even be willing to help pay for it BUT not at the expense of what I believe. Far too many Christians are compassionate here AND far too many others have NO idea of what the real numbers are.with respect to the terrible consequences so many deal with in the LGBT community.

    “Gay”, to me, in its current culturally-based definition is an utter sadness, not for me, but for so many who think this path will meet their real inner needs.I RESENT more than you might believe when “Christians” are mean as some are but I equally RESENT those who insist their precious “feelers” are hurt and want to deny me the very right they expect they are entitled to.

    A truly fair conversation in areas like this are few and far too far in-between and there is plenty of hypocrisy and outright ignorance to go around. Pahh..

  • [7] April 18, 2016 at 10:44pm

    Fairly simple explanation I’d think; Until the Federal government overstepped their legal bounds and intruded upon said states right there really wasn’t anything to react to, was there…?

    Now, in all fairness, as a conservative Christian, I am of the opinion that many who call themselves by the name of Christ, from His point of view, are unknown to Him. I dare not say who as that is not my right nor privilege as to whom they may be.

    For example; just as counterfeit twenty dollar bills are the best “proof” of real twenty dollar bills I’d also assert that atheists are the best evidence for God. Without God they have no definition or meaning. And, if there really is no God why are they so aggrieved? Seems suspiciously close to projection and transference but, hey, what do I know?.

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  • [8] April 18, 2016 at 10:04pm

    rsawarhawk, that is Senator Cruz’s Constitutional right – to express HIS opinion whether you or I agree with or disagree with it.

    Are you proposing removing his right to express his opinion because you may dislike them? If so you want one rule for you and another for him.There’s a word for that.

    HYPOCRITE

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  • [1] April 18, 2016 at 3:07pm

    Bet she feels good about herself though.

  • April 6, 2016 at 2:40pm

    Slight correction…

    There are, in fact, an innumerable number of (little ‘g’) gods; only one true God.

    Do we understand this? Nope as that would be asserting that finite can comprehend infinite. Never happen.

    Does God’s existence as defined depend on our understanding it? Anyone who thinks it does hasn’t a clue and is pretty ehhhh.. uninformed, deluded and I’d say self-absorbed in their thinking.

  • [2] April 6, 2016 at 2:35pm

    “How many Gods are there?” – One

    ” Are each of the three persons God?” – yes

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  • [14] March 31, 2016 at 9:19am

    For those of you who have voted this response down there is, unfortunately, a bit of truth to this post by LibertarianSocialist. While I am neither socialist nor libertarian in the strictest sense one factor embedded here that needs to be mentioned is the concept of Replacement Theology.(a.k.a. supersessionism – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supersessionism )

    The outflow of this idea has led to many justifications of political positions that allowed for the mistreatment of others – as the church became arrogant in the same manner the Jewish folks were at the time of Christ. “We’re better, smarter, more moral…, do what we say or be punished.” which, of course, sounds like modern-day liberalism.

    One thing LIbertarianSocialist I’d want to point out is that these KKK Democrats (mostly but not all D’s) in calling themselves “Christian” I would wager were no such thing as Christianity does not teach the sort of behavior witnessed regarding these people. I can call myself a purple pineapple but that does not make me one.

  • [2] March 18, 2016 at 3:06pm

    Too funny…

    Imagine, individuals who say that this park promotes immorality also proclaim there are no absolutes from which morality is reasonably, honestly and rationally derived.

    Apart from a set of standards outside of humanity, they are left with, well, humanity. This, of course, soon devolves into “will of the majority” which, in fact ought to be described as “willfully imposing their morality on others” while at the same time complaining that Christianity does the same; IT DOES NO SUCH THING. And the willful imposition can be readily seen in China and other regimes where the State defines moral “truths”.

    Christianity; actually the Judaeo-Christian does in fact present a standard of morality and the notion of personal responsibility. And, to be fair, far far too many “Christians” over the centuries HAVE imposed their version of the Christian ethic on others, violating the very essence of the doctrine of Free Will (a.k.a. – Free Moral Agency, Choice, etc..) This is wrong.

    So, you atheists who object? Go for it. You have that right. And you even have the right to be stupid or irrational or willful. Not a single one of us has the right to ownership of truth. It is quite able to stand on its own and it will survive these knuckleheads.

    “What is truth?”, Pilate asked while it was standing righ in ftont of him.

  • [1] March 7, 2016 at 10:34pm

    Keres, Sitting on my desk is a red & white crocheted cross. About 44 years ago, when I first became a Christian, it was “spiritual” to be poor. (I might add that being rich OR poor has NOTHING to do with spirituality – lots of televangelist crooks out there). Anyway, a young lady and I were dumpster diving behind a five & dime store. As she handed me a closed box to toss into the adjacent bin I clearly head a voice that said, “Open up the box.” I asked her if she heard it; she said, “No”. I opened the box and there was the cross.

    Explain that please. I have the physical item.

    Your problem is not intellectual as you’d like others to believe. Rather it’s most likely moral and/or simple fear. You’re afraid you might be wrong.

    Now, with respect to your comment re: Last Days.I’d recommend you read 2 Peter 3:3. He talks about you. And, do yourself a favor and pull your head out of your ass.

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  • [3] February 23, 2016 at 8:06pm

    Clap! clap! clap! clap! clap! clap! clap! clap! clap!

    https://b.thumbs.redditmedia.com/WYoFk_WcSvW7eN7m.jpg

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SruVR2fBQWE

  • [44] January 25, 2016 at 7:08pm

    I wouldn’t be at all surprised that kids in that neighborhood, by and large, see much worse and, unfortunately, more often then they see this type of event.

    Sad for the kids actually. The Jesse Jacksons and Al Sharptons really are, as Rep. J.C. Watts put it, “Race hustling poverty pimps.”

    But I particularly like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdRYy-YSWC4

  • [3] January 21, 2016 at 2:43pm

    Saying “Two Corinthians” is NOT a gaffe. It IS, however, culturally, an indicator of one’s origin. Those from overseas, primarily the UK use this form of speech all the time. I’ve heard this for YEARS, again, primarily from my good friends from overseas.

    Apparently not only are the press stupid or ill-informed but a bunch of Christians are as well.

    If someone wrote ‘colour’ as opposed to ‘color’ would the same folks get their panties in a wad? Probably so if they saw a political benefit. And do NOT use the word ‘fanny’.

    This is so disingenuous and such a non-issue.

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  • January 20, 2016 at 9:34pm

    We hit 31 last year. Congrats to those of you leading the pack!

    A little humor always helps. I like Mark Gungor’s quotes like, “Your spouse may irritate you until the day you die……..but the good news is, you die” – Mark Gungor

  • [4] January 20, 2016 at 1:05pm

    I’d recommend you reconsider the consequences of your words. Matthew 12:37

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  • [1] January 18, 2016 at 10:06pm

    That may well be and I am glad he does not answer to you, me or anyone else on this earth for that issue. I think Christians often confuse this kingdom with the real one, and I say that as a Christian. I wish many who name the name of Christ would work a little harder at being reminded of whom they represent.

    Having said that, and entering squarely into the affairs of this world I think of all the candidates, and what I know of them I’d prefer Ted Cruz over the rest. But I have to say I am grateful to Mr. Trump for “plowing the road” in the sense of making it OK to –finally– speak the truth on some issues. Geeze, I almost fainted today when I read that the RNC had finally found a pair and threw their MSNBC contract out. Of course, being the weenies they are they did wait until after the last DEM debate. No doubt afraid of [fill in the blank for this week].

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