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User Profile: Snorkelbacon

Snorkelbacon

Member Since: August 14, 2011

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  • January 19, 2013 at 2:54pm

    A gas operated firearm is using the expelled gases from a round being fired to chamber another one, simply put.

  • October 24, 2012 at 12:20am

    What are you talking about. Just because he leaves a “Sect” of christianity doesn’t mean he left Christ it means he doesn’t agree with mormonism. It’s a pretty bold statement to say he gave up faith altogether. I mean if someone leaves catholicism and becomes non-denominational or even mormon do you claim they have been ensnared by the evil one? you guys are either in the christian pool or your something outside it make up your mind? 1 last question, if this gentleman decides to become a baptist or a non-denominational christian DID HE LEAVE THE FAITH?

  • October 14, 2012 at 4:06am

    For those of you whol claim a vote for PAUL/ JOHNSON is a vote for obama let me clarify using a simple example & question:

    Lets say that Obama Is a turd burrito, & Romney is a glass of sour milk. and PAUL/ JOHNSON is a ham & cheese sandwhich, & we have to choose. Most of America either wants a turd burrito or sour milk, not because they really want to eat it, but because they “LIKE” the guy who is for the burrito or milk, or because the prefer one nasty taste over the other. After all, sour milk is less intense than a burrito full of %$#^! Now the sour milk people are mad at people voting for the ham and cheese sandwhich, WHY? because they see it as a vote for a turd burrito. If you vote for ham and cheese, you’re an idiot b/c it was never a choice. The S^#&* & Sour milk people made it so it was nearly impossible for ham & cheese to win therefore if you say “Hey i want a ham & cheese sandwhich”, what your really saying is, ” GOD turd burritos taste so much better than rotten milk?”
    SO I will vote for Romney as a Cheese Sandwhich If HE, or Anyone here, Can answer how he is different than obama or pro constitution with the following:
    How is the patriot act and the NDAA “NOT” a violation of the 4th amendment?
    What should states NOT be allowed to choose for themselves & why? Healthcare yes, Marijuana No.
    Describe how your policy towards the federal reserve is diff. From Obama?
    How can you balance the budget without cutting military spending,( NOT DEFENSE)?

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  • September 15, 2012 at 10:11am

    Pass, You’re wrong, and if your argument is really the one you just made you need read and study a little more.

  • September 15, 2012 at 1:12am

    No. They are all Mormon. Which makes sense since that’s the only true church and as president the only church to which service or tithe is counted.

  • April 11, 2012 at 12:23am

    Hahaha all you people with your panties in a bundle, does the bible say all scripture is God breathed and proper for intrstuction? I beleive it does. I guess your Bible doesn’t include Song of Songs. Ya you know the book were the husband talks about his arousel over over his wifes awesome boobs, how he wants to feast on her body, were she says she can’t wait to be overcome by his “strength”, and how she has a hard time waiting for him before their wedding day b/c she is so turned on by him, ya that book. The book that use to be banned for young men b/c it was considered too riske’. It’s in scripture it should be talked about period. Too many marriages are suffering, and sex is a HUGE factor in a lot of it.

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  • February 8, 2012 at 6:55pm

    Minister
    The bishop alone is the ordinary minister of confirmation. This is expressly declared by the Council of Trent (Sess. VII, De Conf., C. iii). A bishop confirms validly even those who are not his own subjects; but to confirm licitly in another diocese he must secure the permission of the bishop of that diocese. Simple priests may be the extraordinary ministers of the sacrament under certain conditions. In such cases, however, the priest cannot wear pontifical vestments, and he is obliged to use chrism blessed by a Catholic bishop. In the Greek Church, confirmation is given by simple priests without special delegation, and their ministration is accepted by the Western Church as valid. They must, however, use chrism blessed by a patriarch.

    Matter and form
    There has been much discussion among theologians as to what constitutes the essential matter of this sacrament. Some, e.g. Aureolus and Petavius, held that it consists in the imposition of hands. Others, with St. Thomas, Bellarmine, and Maldonatus, maintain that it is the anointing with chrism. According to a third opinion (Morinus, Tapper) either anointing or imposition of hands suffices. Finally, the most generally accepted view is that the anointing and the imposition of hands conjointly are the matter. The “imposition”, however, is not that with which the rite begins but the laying on of hands which takes place in the act of anointing. As Peter the Lombard declares: Pontifex per impositionem manus confirmand

  • February 8, 2012 at 6:52pm

    My only question is the laying of hands in Catholicism is a sacrement to be performed only in certain situations by certain ordained leaders. Rick either knows this or he doesn’t. If he doesn’t it’s hard to say he lives out his faith, because he is clearly ignorant of the faith he chose to live out. If he does and yet still participated, he is compromising the rules he chose to follow and seems to me just pimping out Jesus to get christian votes.

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  • December 31, 2011 at 6:59pm

    Lets be honest, all men fall short of the glory of Yaweh. To condemn this man is to condemn yourself. He needs Yeshua as much as the person who has already come to know Truth. To condemn him is to condemn yourself. You can disagree but there also must be a level of respect given. Penn doesn’t want to outlaw religion, silence our voices, or even pass laws that make praying in public forums illegal. He supports open debate. He is for allowing the religious to express their beliefs as loudly as possible, and expects the same in return. The apostle Paul thrived in enviroments with people like this, never took alternate beliefs as a threat but as an opportunity. Penn doesn’t threaten the truth, but should remind us all of our faith, how blessed and truly undeserving we all are of the lamb. Blessed be Penn for showing the chasm between Man and God, and the mystery of Yaweh humbling himself to become man on our behalf.

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  • December 26, 2011 at 8:01pm

    And? Is it not ok I posted on pro RonPaul sites? Should I Just post on Anti paul sites, or not post at all what kind of site is The Blaze. I’m not fighting with you man, really could care less who you vote for, Ultimatly my fate lies with Yeshua not politicians and I have no ill intent towards anyone, I’m just saying you need to check your sources.

  • December 26, 2011 at 4:23pm

    Ya I read the article. It’s probably over for Paul if true. However, do a little more research on Eric. Paul fired Eric, and he hates Paul b/c of it. Eric tried to run against Paul and lost. Eric also openly stated that he believed the ends justify the means, and has told people he would lie if he felt it was ultimatly for the benefit, so keep doing research, and i’m sure sonner or later you’ll find something solid to pin on Paul, but given the authors history, this piece is about as solid as jello.

  • December 16, 2011 at 8:13pm

    I haven’t read any comments, I just want to say I think it’s awesome and found the pictures deeply moving. They surely will see Jubilee, though I can’t be sure, in heaven.

  • December 10, 2011 at 12:32am

    Correction, one must understand The Book Of Moromon and back drop it on the Bible.

  • December 4, 2011 at 2:35pm

    Santorum reminds me of a sleazy televangelist. Uses faith as a tool to advance, basically pimps out Jesus to advance himself much like Perry did. listening to him speak on matters of faith and Christianity it’s clear his understanding is juvenile and he is still feeding on milk and has not advanced to solid food, w,hich is concerning due to it’s how he bases policy issues.

  • December 3, 2011 at 2:58pm

    I have disliked Cain from the beginning my discernment told me he was sleazy, along with Newt, Mitt, Santorum. Bachman and Paul are the only canidates the spirit gives me a good” feeling “about. That being said Bashir is a Dork. He’s exactly right, in a worldly view, church is for pompous people who believe they are rightouess and good, and Cain doesn’t belong there, he belongs next to Bashir Anchoring the news. But being reality center church is exactly where Cain needs to go next to all the realists that understand they are not good, they are sinners and evil at heart, and desperatly need God b/c they lack so much. Sounds like a good fit for cain, unless he is unrepentent in which case he’s going to need to fall harder and hit rock bottom. I don’t like Cain, but it’s obvious to me Gods knocking on his door right now, I just hope he answers.

  • November 21, 2011 at 1:06am

    So which canidate do you believe will get a declaration of war against Iran? Because I haven’t heard a single canidate come close to talking like your preaching, not even Santorum. Why even talk about sanctions if we are SURE of their endgame, unless we are not so sure. Make the case to the American people.

  • November 21, 2011 at 12:43am

    You are right! How can Ron Paul be a Christian when he believes that only God marries people and not the government. I mean the gall! And not only does he think government should not engage in socialism/Marxism in terms of taking care of individual citizens, but he has this crazy notion that we shouldn’t make countries dependent on us and they should take care of themselves. BUT IT GETS WORST…. he feels if you do have a problem with individual issues or issues over seas you should give individually and not force others to give to your personal cause. He is also so non christian to believe life starts at conception. Also, he has this crazy notion that debt and UN honest weights and measures is warned against in the Bible and directly relates to Christs death and how he paid our debt on the cross. The heathen! I mean Christ said love your enemy, but Paul totally gets it wrong when speaking of Iran b/c Christ didn’t mean it in that way. And when God blessed Hagar and Ishmael, he really didn’t mean it, and when he says bless Israel he really does, and by blessing he means, give them money kill anyone who is a threat and support them blindly because Israel=Yahweh, it’s impossible for flawed men to run the country or do any wrong, in fact they are so benevolent, they don’t even need Christs atonement. And you forgot we bless Israel by undermining their sovereignty which is logical and why Paul is wrong. All in all Ron Paul is probably going to Hell.

  • November 21, 2011 at 12:12am

    You’re right! For example: It was like back in 2003, Do I believe in endless wars, NO! But do I believe Iraq has nukes and is a threat to the entire region….YES!!!!!!!!!!!!! Good thing we stopped Iraq and ended it quickly. I mean they told us the truth then, so they obviously are telling the truth now, we should be so lucky, not everyone can trust what their government tells them.

  • November 20, 2011 at 11:56pm

    You know what I find fascinating also? Is how everyone one claims Ron Paul isn’t a christian and yet he is the only canidate who understands, and recognizes, that that only God marries people, not government.

  • November 20, 2011 at 11:14pm

    Shikezi, you are so right! We shouldn’t forget the past, and we should just use our brains, for example: We know “terrorist” use our freedoms against us to commit terrorism, therefore, CLEARLY, we ought to use our brains and give up our 4th amendment to ensure our safety. Also we understand that our 2nd amendment rights were given when citizens on the majority policed themselves, and were fearful of the government, but now, CLEARLY, we have a highly organized police force to protect us, and a government that is able to look out for our best interests more effectively. Also, the first amendment protected our religious beliefs, but science has, CLEARLY, shown that it’s a myth, and religion has caused mass murders, therefore it’s in our best interest to do away with that freedom. All in all, it’s not that we discount our past it’s that we are smart and use our brains. I must commend you on your analogies and highly logical thought process, kudos.

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