User Profile: SpeakSoftlyAndCarry


Member Since: January 15, 2013


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  • [6] June 26, 2015 at 3:23pm

    Regardless of how legally or socially acceptable homosexuality becomes, it won’t purge the anxiety and the feeling of being a freak that results from the acts of violating both nature’s and God’s laws. So you gays and lesbians can revel in your hollow victory today but tomorrow morning you are still going to feel as empty and dirty as you did yesterday morning. And when you do wake up tomorrow morning still feeling dirty and realize this to be the case, it’s going to make you want to lash out Christians more than ever. But know this; using today’s supreme court’s ruling as the grounds for attacking and suppressing the religious freedoms of Christians in the future isn’t going to cleanse your consciences either. It’s only going to make your burden heavier. Accepting Jesus Christ and repenting of your sins is the only thing that can relieve your burdens.

  • May 12, 2015 at 2:01am

    What’s the matter blink? Is turn about not fair play? You post a link to a web site with a bias you agree with, and flagrantly dismiss a posted link to a web site with a bias you don’t agree with.
    FYI I’m not a fan of Stormfront’s web site myself. Nor are my beliefs reflected in most of their rhetoric. But it makes my point that unlike liberals and atheists I don’t dismiss a logical argument just because I don’t like the source or do not agree with other claims made by that same source. Stormfront’s article about Snopes’ bias on the Democrat election fraud in 2012 is very well articulated. And anyone willing to be honest and read it as a stand alone article can easily walk away seeing Snopes’ pro-Democrat bias outlined in this story.
    So once again you’ve shown that you are incapable of making an unbiased judgment and are also incapable of separating a rational message from any bias you hold against the messenger. How painful it must be to be to have such strong negative emotions that they restrain one’s very own intellect.
    Want to read of more instances of Snopes bias from other sources?

  • [1] May 11, 2015 at 11:37pm

    ROFL!!!! Seriously blink? You post a link to after questioning the “credibility” of on an earlier thread? Now is my turn to “roar with laughter”.

  • May 11, 2015 at 6:20pm

    Obama’s first full day on the job. The 20th was spent taking an oath he never intended to keep and celebrating with his communist Red Diaper Baby friends for having successfully fooled the majority of the American voters. The 21st was the day the communist’s planned destruction of the United States actually began.

  • [8] May 11, 2015 at 2:54pm

    No, the date 1/21/09 was the beginning of the end of the world as we knew it.

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  • May 11, 2015 at 2:39pm

    So not only do you appear to be incapable of making an unbiased and rational judgment when it comes to any topic involving religion, but you also appear to have both an attention deficit disorder and a cognitive learning disability. You asked for a more credible source to substantiate the Faith Builder’s article (not that you have in any way proven them not to be credible) on the topic of Islam being responsible for the Dark Ages. So I gave you Scott’s published research Mohammed and Charlemagne Revisited which reviews the archeological data and confirms Pirenne’s claim that Islam rather than Christianity was responsible for the Dark Ages. Yet you have offered no credible evidence of your own that the Faith Builder’s article, based on Pirenne’s research and substantiated by Scott’s, is incorrect. Instead you’ve merely changed the topic altogether. Dismissing information from any web site simply because it is an “ID Website” is not “evidence” or “proof” of anything. So try really, really hard to focus here blink. Do you have any FACTUAL credible evidence of your own that disproves the premise of the article cited in my OP? Or are you just wasting everyone’s time here simply because your hatred of Christianity is so strong that you can’t accept any evidence that refutes the false narratives you’ve embraced regarding Christianity having had a negative impact on western civilization?

  • [52] May 11, 2015 at 2:00pm

    Well folks, if your computer does freeze up or crash this afternoon don’t be alarmed. It’s probably only the Blaze adding another simultaneously running auto-launching video ad.

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  • [35] May 11, 2015 at 10:50am

    Well I guess I won’t be receiving any Camelgrams today.

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  • [5] May 11, 2015 at 9:43am

    Obama’s incompetence and weakness has accomplished something that no enemy of the United States has ever been able to succeed at doing…he’s made the United States irrelevant in the eyes of the rest of the world. Even to the third world countries.

  • [2] May 11, 2015 at 9:21am

    “Did the cops that where first on the scene know that he was suicidal? If so why shoot to kill?”

    …uh…just a wild guess…because Campbell was shooting at them first?

  • May 10, 2015 at 3:16pm

    Your argument lacks all any logical merit. Pirennet, nor Scott, nor their research had anything to do with the Faith Builders’ web site. So you suggesting that Pirennet’s research lacks credibility simply because it is presented by “religious fundamentalists” proves once again (as usual) that you are incapable of making an unbiased and rational judgement when it comes to any topic involving religion. I guess you’re just “Hell Bent” on having to learn the truth hard way.

  • May 10, 2015 at 2:09pm

    So you don’t believe Faith Builder’s article is credible because they have another article on genetics posted that you don’t agree with, or because it was based on Pirenne’s 1937 published Mohammed and Charlemagne? If it’s the later then read Emmet Scott’s 2011 published Mohammed and Charlemagne Revisited. Since Pirenne’s publication there has been over 70 years more of archeological evidence collected which Scott offers as evidence that proves that classical civilization was not dead before the 7th century AD but was growing and experiencing a revival until Islamic Arabs began invading and destroying it. Scott also offers archeological evidence that Pirenne was correct that Muslims did successfully blockade the Mediterranean Sea cutting off trade to the West. But if your skepticism of the Faith Builders’ article in my OP was based on the former, your argument that genetics proves the Tree of Life Model is nearly as absurd as if one argued that the presences of common elements and similar molecular structures proves all species evolved from one original living source.

  • [16] May 10, 2015 at 1:51pm

    Seriously? Paradise Valley, Arizona is NOT on an Island with only one road in and one road out. And it covers 15.5 square miles so the odds that one of these cameras would catch a car thief in the act of switching plates is near zero. Plus it only has a population of 13.3K so do you really believe they have enough car thefts and Amber alerts to justify this expense? …Off course they don’t! Please don’t make the systematic stripping of our liberties so easy by believing every nonsensical thing every government spokesperson says!

  • [3] May 10, 2015 at 12:56pm

    You must have been home schooled.

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  • [21] May 10, 2015 at 12:33pm

    Yeah, they think the public is dumb enough to believe car thieves are too stupid to switch the plates on the cars they steal. They forget we are not all democrats.

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  • [1] May 9, 2015 at 7:41pm

    “…first world countries”…Spain? Second world at best.

  • [2] May 9, 2015 at 7:16pm

    You really need to educate yourself dolt.

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  • [2] May 9, 2015 at 5:37pm

    I can barely stomach the hypocrisy. Scroll down to the section on John Ellis (JEB) Bush on the following linked article to learn why.

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  • [13] May 9, 2015 at 5:10pm

    The GOP is the most PR retarded organization on the planet and these Rhinos can barely persuade registered Republicans to vote for them. So they are delusional if they really believe they are going to be able to persuade amnestied illegals to vote for them. The GOP has NOTHING to offer amnestied illegals unless they get on board with the Democrats with supporting huge entitlements to the amnestied illegals. And at that point they might as well just call themselves Democrats and be done with it.

    I posted the above paragraph just to humor the obvious air leak in the Rhino’s pro-amnesty narrative. This truth is the Progs in the GOP know they aren’t going to get votes from illegal aliens. They really just want to amnesty illegals to move the North American Union segment of their Globalization plans further along. Those plans require there be NO enforced borders and the demise of U.S. sovereignty.

  • [9] May 6, 2015 at 6:49pm

    They all want a Global government and they can’t have it if the United States has a healthy vibrant government. Make no mistake folks, they’ve booked us for a long ride on the “Pain Train” so things will get so bad that it will appear to the masses that we have no choice but to be “fundamentally transformed”.

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