Discussion in 'Politics' started by proletarian, Jan 23, 2010.
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Jesus was conservative.
Jesus was neither. He was who he was. I am what I am.
Or as Popeye would say:
"I yam what I yam".
He sure was. Nothing says Conservative like giving out free fish and bread to people.
Great.....An avowed atheist trying to lay claim to Christ's politics.
Jesus advocated for personal responsibility, submission to the authority of God and for moral restraint.
He was a conservative.
And I'm sure He'd recognize the difference between rights and privileges, too.
It's called performing miracles.
Or, as rdean would say, "mythical fantasy" that only "fools" would adhere to.
Your rank-and-file secularist would probably dismiss it as a magic show.
The most famous liberals?
You should ask, "In what field?" Because they top nearly every field:
The list just goes on and on.
Conservatives say, "Oh, we have famous people in those fields too". So I go look them up because usually, I have never heard of them before. Or when I have, it's someone like Behe, who said his "science" is equal to "astrology and alchemy".
Not "foos", "gullible". You can be gullible and not be a fool.
Wonder why "Jesus" never grew back any limbs or grew back a "head"? Now those would be "miracles". Too bad those guys tricks kind of dried up as people became more educated. But don't worry. Benny Hinn does the same tricks.
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