No, your wrong PP. The segregationists were the Democrats then and they are today. They have always spun the same web to try and take freedom away. Segregationists are socialists and communists, not conservatives, and definitely not Republicans. You libs are all so uneducated about history it's sickening. You all want to rewrite history to tell yourselves a story. Well Pee Pee, go read history for a while. Gay's who fight freedom are the real bigots and they always have been. Dems are always on the wrong side of freedom. Look it up idiot. Keep in mind, thats why Mich Obama said they need to change our history. Even she knows this. suck it PP
The supporters of segregation had no long history of believing in scriptures that clearly describes homosexuality as an abomination. While you may believe in gay rights, and may support what they want, you cannot in REALITY deny that Christians are behaving in a very consistent manner with how they have always behaved concerning homosexuals. They didn't just start it recently and people like you and George are not going to change their mind and they have the right to believe as they do and practice that belief. Geez, next you and your crazy thought police people will demand that you be included in their social circles or you'll cry discrimination. You and THEY have the same rights to discriminate in who you do business with and who you hang out with. If gays can show that they were somehow damaged by not getting the cake where they want to get it from, instead of going to another bakery, then ok. But what damage did they suffer - other than their feelings and I'm sorry but people - ALL people get their feelings hurt when they don't get the lead role in the play, or they don't get picked to be a cheerleader or to be the starting quarterback or whatever. You don't get to go through life without getting your feelings hurt and for you and gays to demand that people be forced to ignore their own beliefs and faith just so you can demand cakes from THEIR businesses instead of going where the bakers would support baking a cake, then you are just acting like spoiled brats.
[-9] March 27, 2015 at 5:46pm
Yeah, I bet the average plant has read more books than you Monk.
PubicPencilman....The reason CO2 has been chosen to "demonize" is that someday they wish to tax you for breathing.
[-5] March 27, 2015 at 5:45pm
Funny how you equate “freedom” to being able to produce as must exhaust as possible, and to pollute the environment for all the rest of us.
So, you go ahead and burn all the coal you want, and make it so I can hardly breathe the air. How is that preserving MY freedom? How is that respect for this country?
[-5] March 27, 2015 at 5:42pm
Exhaust produces both carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. And carbon dioxide is, in fact, a problem. We are producing more and more of it, while at the same time, through development and deforestation, dramatically reducing the number of plants participating in the carbon cycle.
Food is good. More food than one can ever eat, piling up faster than it can be used, and just sitting there is a problem. Is that simple enough for you?
 March 26, 2015 at 12:27pm
Ah, good job Foobared. The old “I know you are but what am I” tactic. I’m sure that elementary school students everywhere are proud of you.
 March 26, 2015 at 12:26pm
You are asking me if I am dictating what is “OK for the rest of us”?
Well, first of all, I am not an atheist, so, big surprise, you have made assumptions that are completely incorrect. Second of all, I am not dictating anything. So there’s that. Really, I wonder if you thought through your comment at all.
 March 26, 2015 at 12:24pm
It’s perfectly legitimate to point out that a polling organization might be biased. We do this all the time with Republican and Democratic-affiliated polling firms.
 March 26, 2015 at 11:39am
“I’ve been a Christian most of my life, but was still shocked at how well documented and supported the Bible really is.”
I think you’re confusing support for the Bible as a historical text and support for the Bible as the literal word of God.
March 26, 2015 at 11:38am
Yes, because those people who “work hard” insist on going to church, even when the ceremony holds no meaning for them.
 March 26, 2015 at 11:37am
It’s the climate change deniers that are ignoring evidence, not those on the other side.
But sure, where is your evidence that the Books are Moses were in fact transcribed by Moses according to the word of God? That is a far less credible claim than the idea that the Bible was written by multiple sources at different times and then compiled.
PubliusPencilman.....Moses lived quite a long time ago. Yet it is a fact that there were people who could write -- and did write -- going back to the fourth millennium BC. There was a scribal class in the Mediterranean world by the third millennium BC. Moses was raised in the presidential palace of the world superpower of that era and the Egyptians DID have an alphabet and knew how to use it. This does not mean that Moses did write the biblical text -- or that, having written it, scribes may have "assisted" him and he used various sources for his writing, or that copyists did not make copies of the manuscripts later on. But it does mean that Moses could have been capable of writing. So you cannot totally rule it out.
 March 26, 2015 at 11:32am
The simple fact is that no Christian is allowed to use the government or public institutions to “spread the good news.”
 March 26, 2015 at 11:30am
And how are they doing that?
 March 26, 2015 at 11:30am
Total nonsense. But of course, since you are posting on The Blaze, fellow Blaze-bots will line up to praise your totally unsubstantiated delusions.
 March 26, 2015 at 11:28am
Now, I would sooner trust someone who acts ethically because he is she respects others and believes in his or her responsibilities to others, than someone who apparently only acts morally because they are worried about some diety punishing them.
 March 26, 2015 at 11:27am
“Hmm. Interesting, but does not explain the atheist need to attack the Church and those that have faith.”
Actually, what it doesn’t explain is:
1) How Christians could possibly claim to be under attack and be a persecuted group.
2) Why certain religious people insist on making the government impose their specific theology on everyone else.
[-1] March 25, 2015 at 2:42pm
“By every metric the Obama economy is melting down. We are seeing the beginning stages of another recession at best, or a total economic meltdown at worst.”
Hahah. The article links to another article that provides “evidence” of this, except it doesn’t. The Bllomberg news article states:
“The surprise shortfall in the U.S. doesn’t necessarily mean the world’s largest economy is in dire straights. It’s just falling short of some perhaps overly elevated expectations.”
I wonder how many of you Blaze-bots just read through the statement a believed it automatically because it fit with what you already believe? Haha. Keep eating what they feed you!
 March 20, 2015 at 12:29pm
Please give an example of the government telling you that you can’t pray in public. Who is stopping you from talking about your religion?
[-12] March 11, 2015 at 11:11am
Really? You get 14 thumbs up for liking apartheid?
And how is it that Obama has broken the law? Please, explain, because every time you folks scream about an Executive Action or about some attack on the Constitution, it’s invariably something that presidents have been doing for decades. It’s just that when THIS president is doing it, it’s a crime.
Oh, I see–just because you claim this is a fact, it can’t be divisive? Ha! Funny how all these nonsensical, nasty rumors are “facts” in your mind, and yet you can so easily ignore the real signs of racism and discrimination that exist. Yours is truly a warped perspective, and it’s doing real damage to our ability to move forward as a country.