User Profile: Obama Snake Oil Co

Obama Snake Oil Co

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  • [2] November 6, 2014 at 3:32pm

    That temporal punishment is due to sin, even after the sin itself has been pardoned by God, is clearly the teaching of Scripture. God indeed brought man out of his first disobedience and gave him power to govern all things (Wisdom 10:2), but still condemned him “to eat his bread in the sweat of his brow” until he returned unto dust. God forgave the incredulity of Moses and Aaron, but in punishment kept them from the “land of promise” (Numbers 20:12). The Lord took away the sin of David, but the life of the child was forfeited because David had made God’s enemies blaspheme His Holy Name (2 Samuel 12:13-14). In the New Testament as well as in the Old, almsgiving and fasting, and in general penitential acts are the real fruits of repentance (Matthew 3:8; Luke 17:3; 3:3). The whole penitential system of the Church testifies that the voluntary assumption of penitential works has always been part of true repentance and the Council of Trent (Sess. XIV, can. xi) reminds the faithful that God does not always remit the whole punishment due to sin together with the guilt. God requires satisfaction, and will punish sin, and this doctrine involves as its necessary consequence a belief that the sinner failing to do penance in this life may be punished in another world, and so not be cast off eternally from God.
    http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12575a.htm

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  • November 5, 2014 at 2:35pm

    To your athesists, there really is a god and last night he spoke loudly to us.

  • [4] October 24, 2014 at 10:56am

    His son told me he was missing for 3 days. I told him he was back on his father’s grave and about his digging. When I went back to the grave, Buddy was lying in the hole he had dug down about 3 feet. He wasn’t screaming, he was sleeping in the hole.
    It was a touching story that I wanted to share as I will never forget what I saw and experienced. I had never known the love a dog shared with their owner until that moment and later, I experienced another event that was similar. The dog ran from 30 miles away to be with his master. I have come to understand what dedication and love from these guys means now.

  • [3] October 24, 2014 at 10:48am

    I am reminded by an old man, Champ Burgess, about the dedication that dogs have to their masters. It was a heart breaking story of dedication but I want to share it.
    Champ as an older black man who lived down the street from me. He had a black lab named buddy. Buddy was a large lab male, calm, loving dog that never left Champs site. I would seem Champ out on a tractor and Buddy was sitting beside him. Inseperable. I was on my way home one day and noticed a tent in the corner of his farm property next to the wood line. Buddy was laying under the tent, screaming very loudly. When I walked up, Buddy was laying on the fresh grave where I saw the grave marker “Champ Burgess”. Buddy never stopped screaming while I was there or when I drove by from time to time.
    Buddy was on his grave for 3 days until one of Champ’s sons coaxed the dog and took him into his fathers house. They had set out water and food but Buddy didn’t touch it. Buddy’s voice was hoarse by this time so he could scream and just whimpered. His son told me he was taking him to a near by town, where he lived, as he would not give up his fathers dog to anyone.
    The following Saturday morning, I looked over to the grave marker, the tent was gone but Buddy had returned. I went and knocked on the house to ask the son how he was doing being that he lost his father suddenly. No one answered. Buddy was screaming and trying to dig in the grave. I called his son who was 30 miles away, Buddy had run away.

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  • [6] August 5, 2014 at 1:41pm

    Funny, the POTUS has been throwing out this garbage as quick as it gets to them based on stupidity. If I was Billy, I wouldn’t have run a story, just a short note. Unless someone forces a bible on them, its voluntary take them. I think having a camo bible would really be a cool thing. Gideon doesn’t charge for them. If you are are a soldier, nothing would could be better than swearing your oath on the bible you will carry. These frivolous cases like this, is why I give no credibility to their cause.

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  • [4] August 4, 2014 at 3:48pm

    I think Beck made the point for me however, I wanted to give the angle that we use in the containment industry so some of you understand the risks and the dangers. OK, we have the good doctor in a Ga hospital. Now we must trust they have a protocol to prevent nurses and doctors, which will treat one of their own. An expert that got the disease. Cynical laugh is heard. So they know to treat all waste as biological waste? They do know that flushing a stool could endanger the locals at the sewage treatment plant? They aware that if there is a pipe repair, the guy that replaces the part, is prepared to suit up? Until he is full remission all bodily fluids must be retained and incinerated? They are aware of all this? Are they aware that the virus can go into a spore encasing for protection thus deactivating it for years while it lives in a pipe? They also aware that if any raw sewage or treated sewage is not safe? Enzymes do not kill spores. So the real question, why was it necessary to bring them here? We could have set up a facility there. The government already has them as most hazmat response teams have bought many of them. They are mobile laboratories and high containment facilities. Why?

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  • April 8, 2014 at 3:18pm

    From what I have been reading on the many sites I go to, stories like this will attract “patriots” and can lead to much more than a cattle dispute. The more media that covers it, the more attention it will get. Some people need to understand that Americans are well armed and well trained to use them. Also note many military are among us. What will stop this, media attention. They will all go home.

  • March 27, 2014 at 4:33pm

    I believe the child. It is the innocence of a child that confirms it. Many of us who are humble, who had near death experiences made the trip too. I did in 2000 when I was 48 years old. I never told anyone in my family as I thought they would think me crazy. Why? I was an atheist for most of my life. I now have rejoined my Catholic roots. The experience will never leave me as it was so very real at the time. It was much like many near death experiences I read about now but with me seeing my father standing at the gates. He never made eye contact with me as he looked downward. I was told that we would revisit this in one year. I awoke in the ER. I remember the warmth of entering my body once again as I was told I sighed and opened my eyes.
    I remain anonymous as this was my experience. I spent time trying to understand it, the why and all that I saw and experienced. It was serious enough for me to repent and realize I had been wrong. To be absent from the body is to be present to the lord. Yes, I read the bible now and its all I could find to explain it. I read dreams but it wasn’t really a dream as I was told I was dead for 5 minutes. Seeing heaven? Its more experiencing heaven as the feeling is really hard to explain. God Bless.

  • January 21, 2014 at 10:24am

    If I had a son, he would doing gang hits and Drank in Chicago and, wind up dead like all the other kids that liberal don’t give a rats azz about

  • December 20, 2013 at 4:47pm

    Consider this, what if Phil had converted to Islam, would we be having his conversation?

  • December 20, 2013 at 10:32am

    Gonzo, I wrote a rather lengthy letter to the A&E yesterday, regarding this mess, that they, themselves cooked up. The show will go on most likely, due to all this publicity over it. That is what happens when you have a truly blessed family. This morning, I wrote a rather lengthy letter to DuckCommander.com to let them know my feelings about this and my entire office. I have yet to get a response but I will post it when it happens. I only started watching this program a year ago. I will follow them from where ever they go.

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  • December 20, 2013 at 10:21am

    Do you not know that the unrighteous and the wrongdoers will not inherit or have any share in the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived (misled): neither the impure and immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor those who participate in homosexuality”

  • December 19, 2013 at 3:54pm

    If I understand this correctly from the news, you allowed Phil to do an interview with GQ magazine? Apparently, he voiced his opinion on the magazine and you just put him in purgatory with the show? So you sent no one with A&E to advise him on what to say but you found it necessary to set him aside right now till you know what to do. WTH were you thinking of?

    As a stock holder of many years this decision drives me insane. Do you know what having a number one program on cable, which I was proud of, kowtow to GLAAD? A record holding viewers program some of us waited for years to be and you would even think this show would go off with Phil Robertson? Have you lost sight of what the show is about and why it has the viewers it has? They have been the hottest show in the history of cable which is now bending to the 2% of GLADD activists. The same group that gave Alec Baldwin a pass on his remark about *******, which in my opinon is hate. Phil didn’t use or say hate, he repeated scripture and his opinion. Now, do you understand how this makes the station look in the light of this action? You look like sniveling idiots rather than the number one reality show on cable.

    I spent some time reading about Phil on several interviews he did. If you think the show will go on, it will not. Phil instills a high sense of family loyalty so this would kill the show, without him. If it sounds like this is going to happen, your stock will be shed from my portfolio since

  • December 18, 2013 at 1:53pm

    AS I recall, Chick Fil A did more business that quarter than all previous quarters. But my point here is, Phil could care less about PC BS, he told A&E that when they told him to refrain from using Jesus in his prayer. Then Phil told them he didn’t need the job and had plenty of money. Behind the scenes, A&E realized you do not want to lose your number one program in history over semantics. GLADD said they want him taken off the air, I say take GLADD off the news and air plus internet. It would be best for the overall public if we did.

  • December 17, 2013 at 3:44pm

    I think Phil should invite her to go duck hunting. All Barbara needs to do is circle around Phil while screaming duck calls at the ground.

  • December 16, 2013 at 11:47am

    I think they found my 1966 Cadillac El Dorado I buried.

  • December 11, 2013 at 9:22am

    I think it was appropriate, a fake signer to go along with a fake president, not harm done. I guess the sign guy didn’t have a teleprompter.

  • December 5, 2013 at 3:45pm

    Gonzo, at least she has a sense of humor, give this link to Obamacare a try LOL, it makes sense; There is; http://home.roadrunner.com/~pjrpole/ACA.html

  • November 18, 2013 at 3:42pm

    Its their amazing ability to stay together as a family and under god. It is what drives their success and their convictions about life. We are envious about their love for each other. I am glad it is on TV for others to see as it does more good than any show out there right now. If you think its just the kids watching, its the families as a whole, like we did back in the 60s. That “In Jesus’s name I pray”. Oh, and those duck decoys, they are really on the roof and MapQuest shows it.

  • November 18, 2013 at 2:06pm

    Sounds like he should have listened to his mother and left the gun at home. He was showing it off more than likely.

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