I'm A Jack And The Beanstalk Man Myself

Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by Cammmpbell, Dec 27, 2012.

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    You know....leaving the earth, climbing up into the clouds, the Ogre, the treasures and all.

    I've read the new testament no less than ten times and the Jack story kind of reminds me of that.
     
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    Good for you and why would anyone really care?

    Are you related to Ginscpy?
     
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    No....just a plain ol' agnostic who has accepted his mortality and still has a modicum of common sense. "I Don't Need No Stinkin' Crutch!"
     
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    Let me guess the three Spirits never showed up on Christmas Eve

    I guess its mean and bitter from here on out
     
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    Do you not remember the supreme court ruling that corporations are people so the rich in the country could raise billions for their negative campaigning? That's what made the Obama re election so sweet. He raised his money from folks like me $250 at a time and ended up getting out spent a mile but the Republicans had such a poorly organized campaign in the key states that they got their asses kicked anyway. The Republican party is all but dead in America right now...thanks to assholes like Grover Norquist and Fox News.
     
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    You go from religion to Obama.

    Hmmm

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    obama spent more than Romney by tens of millions actually.
    Back to my original post I was going to do. Camp, I agree with a lot of your posts about religion, but damn dude, you give athiests a bad name. We like to point out that Christians shove their BS down our throats, but all you do is shove yours and bash the hell out of them. You dish a lot of hate man
     
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    Bullshit and horse kock. You don't know what you're talking about. Here's the key state spending and the rest of the nation was proportional:

    In the end the Obama campaign spent $260 million on their battleground ads while the Romney campaign purchased $180 million worth of commercials. When the campaign and its allies are combined Republicans with $411 million outpaced Democrats and their $301 million.
    Here is a breakdown of the general election ad spending:

    Colorado -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $29.6 million
    Romney + Republican Allies: $29.5 million

    Florida -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $62.7 million
    Romney + Republican Allies: $69.9 million

    Iowa -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $22.7 million
    Romney + Republican Allies: $33.2 million

    Michigan -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $ 329,000
    Romney + Republican Allies: $12.4 million

    Minnesota -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $ 525,000
    Romney + Republican Allies: $2.4 million

    New Hampshire -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $16.2 million
    Romney + Republican Allies: $13.8 million

    New Mexico -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $41,000
    Romney + Republican Allies: $1 million

    North Carolina -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $22.9 million
    Romney + Republican Allies: $38.6 million

    Ohio -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $67.7 million
    Romney + Republican Allies: $78.7 million

    Pennsylvania -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $10 million
    Romney + Republican Allies: $15.9 million

    Virginia -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $41.8 million
    Romney + Republican Allies: $68.3 million

    Wisconsin -
    Obama + Democratic Allies: $8.2 million
    Romney + Republican Allies: $25.4 million
     
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    Problem is always remembering where you left that common sense.:)
     
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    Common Sense?

    The list of Joseph Smith's plural wives contains ten names of women under the age of twenty who were sealed to him:

    Helen Mar Kimball 14

    Nancy M. Winchester 14

    Flora Ann Woodworth 16

    Sarah Ann Whitney 17

    Sarah Lawrence 17

    Lucy Walker 17

    Fanny Alger [16-19]

    Emily Dow Partridge 19

    Maria Lawrence 19

    Malissa Lott 19
     
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