Discussion in 'Current Events' started by 007, Nov 22, 2005.
And number 10 on the list is number 1 for the liberal poster group peta, who now are handing out comic books to kids depicting daddy as a murderer for taking the kids fishing. The comics feature pictures of a enraged psycho with a knife slitting the belly of a fish as the bloody guts come pouring out.
Nice... hurry up and clean the fish. I'm hungry.
those are good.
Hoo Rah...from one DAV to another! :clap1:
Personally I think down deep inside I fought and served to Celebrate "CHRISTMAS"
You look at that list, you know it's true, and you just shake your head...how on earth did we ever let these idiotic people get a foothold in our country?
Please tell me you don't seriously believe that those who are fighting against Christmas are doing so because it celebrates a birth instead of abortion. That list was humorous, and perhaps a few of them had some truth to them, but they certainly are not all true. Do you really think they are?
What's that saying, humor is rooted in truth or it's not funny??
Funny all, some right on target!! Liberals fighting to render Christmas unimportant really just goes to the heart of them either hating Christianity because of the morality that goes with it and Secularists prefer nothing be considered wrong, secondly they hate religion in general because they know religion enlightens people's intellect so it's harder to foster a liberal secular agenda on religious people, they are resistant to it. So not exactly :tng:
A majority of the Liberals you accuse of being anti-Christain ARE Christian.
How can you suggest a Majority of Liberals are Christians? You really have no idea, nor would anyone else but God.
For the record? John Kerry? Likely NOT a Christian.
Most Liberal idealogy goes against the Christian lifestyle. Not saying it's impossible, just unlikely one could embrace Christ, AND Liberal values.
As some have alleged 85% of the U.S. population is Christian. I won't dispute the number. With Gore getting nearly 50% of the vote, and Kerry getting between 45 and 50% of the vote, there aren't enough non-Christians to account for those numbers. You may argue that they aren't "real" Christians by your definition, but whose assertion carries more weight? If someone tells me they are a Christian, why should I doubt them? Why should you?
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