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Friday, September 23, 2005

Hypocrisy

Liberals of course are known to be hypocrites, that is something I don't need to explain.
But there is something that they're doing that does all the explaining for me.

So this is how it goes, last year in my school we did a little activity that really angered
me. Half the class were Palestinians, half were Israelis, and all of a sudden we were
the puppets for a Liberal teacher. This is how it went.

He made the Israelis look bad of course, by letting them do whatever, but the pals
could only sit there and do nothing for 30 minutes. Already you're probably feeling
for the pals, stay with me though.

Then of course going according to the puppeteers plan, the pals would begin to
try crossing the border (a bunch of tables forming a circle) and they would get
thrown into jail. Now everyone is really feeling sorry for them, but it's not over yet.

Next the puppeteer had a pal be a homicide bomber, and all of the poor pals got
blamed for the event. It was of course the persons last option right, kill others?
But since one poor Palestinian bomber killed dozens of those stupid Israelis,
all of the Palestinian terrorists get blamed. Poor them. I swear to god that is how
the entire class (discluding me of course) felt, and that was just what the teacher
was hoping for, changing the minds of impressionable people to make them Democrats.

So classes after that we learned about how poor the bombers had it, how bad the
Israelis were, and so on and so forth. Then something happened that really got
me ticked off.

We began learning everything (excluding the violent parts) about the Muslim religion.
How it was created, what they do, and just about everything else but the fact that a
good amount of these "peaceful" people, liked to cut the heads off non-believers.

So basically they are teaching:

Muslim: good. Israeli: bad.

They will teach all this in school right? No one has any problems, right?

Here is where the hypocrisy comes in.

They will teach everything about the Muslim religion (except the terrorism part)
top to bottom without a single solitary problem. But if you suggest the teaching of
intelligent design, or so much as proudly say the pledge of allegiance, there is a big
problem. It's unconstitutional, It's evil, and on they go. But teaching the kids
about the Muslim religion and how great it is, is just fine.

Not to mention, that these kids don't know very much about politics and they will
believe the first things they hear. Then when they grow up they become enemy
supporting Liberals.
Like Cindy Sheehan who want to let the enemy free. Or like Michael Moore,
who wants America to be more like Canada. Or like Al Franken, who blames
the Republicans on everything. Do we really want more people like that in our world?
I know I don't.

71 Comments:

  • At 23/9/05 5:54 PM, Blogger BushCheney08 said…

    nothing like that has happened in my school. I think you should stand up and say something about it. or read this post to the class or something. I know I would.

     
  • At 23/9/05 8:10 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    That's really sick...

     
  • At 23/9/05 8:14 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    You should put in the thing in Liberalism is a mental disorder about the kids show in Palestine.

     
  • At 23/9/05 10:11 PM, Blogger Samurai Sam said…

    I definitely get the impression you've never actually met or spoken to an actual Muslim. Pity, you might learn something. You imply that to be a Muslim is to be a terrorist. Is every Christian a member of the KKK?
    How can we possibly end the threat of terrorism by Muslim extremism if we don't understand the roots of the problem. I'm rather skeptical of your classroom account, but assuming it's absolutely true as written, then that teacher was out of line. Both sides of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict bear blame for the situation. Neither side is innocent; there is no "good guys vs. bad guys". To think otherwise shows a real lack of understanding of the situation.
    No liberal cares if you say the Pledge of Allegiance or not. Really. We've more pressing issues to worry about. And there's no reason Intelligent Design can't be taught in any Religious Studies classroom in the country, though I have to that ID is terribly boring compared to the Genesis myth. I really think Christians should go back to that; the magic apple and talking snake are much more entertaining.
    Don't flatter yourself into thinking you know anything about Liberalism; you don't.

     
  • At 23/9/05 10:16 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    You know something about Islam? It says to kill gay people, Christians, and Jews. Nice book the Koran huh?

     
  • At 24/9/05 12:03 AM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    I learned about the Muslim culture and religion in my history class, terrorist "extremists" and all. I highly doubt that your oh-so-Liberal teacher decided to pretend they were all beautiful amazing people. Certain aspects of their religion are taken to extremes, and therefore used against all of them by Americans. They all support death and war. Wrong. They all hate Americans and their "God." Wrong.

    I fail to see the connection between that and the ID situation. Politics and religion are two very different things (even though politics is the reason that I can no longer tolerate organized religion). The Middle East and its customs are in no way related to whether or not religion is taught in schools. That's what it is. A theory, I suppose, but a RELIGIOUS theory that has much less evidence to support it than the scientific take on things. Now, I will not protest if ID is brought up in a science class, as I am used to being surrounded my differing opinions. But PUBLIC school is a choice for many people who don't feel that those religious theories are essential or necessary in their child's education. Want ID? Go to parochial school.

    And just a last thought---do you know WHY most teachers are Democrats?

     
  • At 24/9/05 1:37 AM, Blogger joe said…

    Cody-Have you read the Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam? I think you will find that interesting.

    It's a shame your teacher did that. You go to a government school? Teachers unions and all that jazz?

    Keep your head up...you'll make it through. Just keep digging for the truth (like you are) the bigger picture will sooner or later come into focus.

     
  • At 24/9/05 1:39 AM, Blogger The Phantom of The Opera said…

    thats not cool. . .

     
  • At 24/9/05 9:58 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    "Muslim is to be a terrorist. Is every Christian a member of the KKK?"

    Did I say that? No. The point of this article is that the liberals don't worry about this, but the pledge is unconstitutional.

     
  • At 24/9/05 10:08 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    Joe said...

    "Cody-Have you read the Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam? I think you will find that interesting.

    It's a shame your teacher did that. You go to a government school? Teachers unions and all that jazz?"

    no and no. But it does sound like an interesting read, I'll have to pick that one up.

    darksaturos said...

    "You know something about Islam? It says to kill gay people, Christians, and Jews. Nice book the Koran huh?"

    Yeah, that's the part they leave out.

    I do realize that not all Muslums are terrorists (I'm not stupid) But all terrorists seem to be Muslum, not to mention their book supports it completly.

     
  • At 24/9/05 10:35 AM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Allisoni Balloni said...
    I learned about the Muslim culture and religion in my history class, terrorist "extremists" and all.

    Of course you learned that in history class! As Cody says, the teachers are BRAINWASHING YOU!!! And most teachers are liberals because they work for the GOVERNMENT!!! Ignorance amazes me.

     
  • At 24/9/05 10:40 AM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    Where else would I learn about it...? Cody's point was that they weren't taught anything bad about Muslims. My point was that when I learned about it, we were taught all aspects, and not just the good ones.

    If the government=liberals, than is the government corrupt? And why would people working under a Republican controlled government be liberal, is the government was making good decisions?

    You need to settle down and THINK before you respond.

     
  • At 24/9/05 10:47 AM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Wow, you are ignorant. For one, the administration is Republicain, not the gov. Second they work for the LOCAL government, not national. Where else would you learn it? Do you READ? If you don't know what you're talking about don't waste time with this stuff.

     
  • At 24/9/05 10:52 AM, Anonymous bushhater said…

    Thats the best post I ever read!

     
  • At 24/9/05 12:56 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    I did not say that the government is Republican, I said that is Republican CONTROLLED. Those are different things. Yes, they do work for local and state government, but my first argument still stands. Why are they so wrong if they work for the government? I live in Wisconsin, which has been the #1 state in education for the past 16 years. We have great educators and a great educational system, and therefore even if all the teachers ARE liberal, they're still doing a much better job than the teachers in any of the other 49 states. Your profile says that you can't be defeated by a liberal, but you sure are doing a good job of embarrassing yourself.

     
  • At 24/9/05 1:20 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    You're arguement is breaking down. You KNOW you're wrong. You KNOW I'm right. Stop screwing around and bragging about your little cheese state's education system. None of what you just said makes any sense and you KNOW it. How is the gov Republican controlled? Come on. Don't be ridicolous. It is you who are embarising yourself.

     
  • At 24/9/05 1:38 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    The government is currently Republican controlled becaue the majority of its elected officials are Republican. It's really not that difficult to understand.

     
  • At 24/9/05 3:04 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    The Republicans are in control of the administration. That is what they are controlling. The rest of the government has plenty of people on both sides. And even if the Republicans outnumber the dems, just look at the media. There's more left books, more left news, more left newspapers. The only form of media the right is big on is radio.

    But that's all from the point. The point is that there are liberal teachers out there cramming their views into impressionable kids, which is wrong. And before you ask, if it was Republicans doing this I would be against it too. I think people should be able to pick there own views instead of being conned into them in every way. Like at school, tv, books, news, newspapers, parents. We need more non-partisan sources, so people can get news or info without ANY bias. Then kids will be able to take their pick on values without people standing around them teling them to go left or right.

    long story short, there should be absolutly NO partisanship in schools whatsoever

     
  • At 24/9/05 3:14 PM, Anonymous bushhater said…

    If you want fair and balanced reporting I hear the place to go is FOX news.

     
  • At 24/9/05 3:25 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    If you weren't being so sarcastic I would praise you for being so right!

     
  • At 24/9/05 3:42 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Allisoni Balloni said...
    The government is currently Republican controlled becaue the majority of its elected officials are Republican. It's really not that difficult to understand.

    Actually, the people control the government. That's why we live in America. Using your own stupid arguement, why do you think most people are Republican?

     
  • At 24/9/05 3:44 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    How can FOX news even be right, though, as it is also extremely biased? It may be the views that you agree with, but that doesn't mean that they are neutral or correct.

    I agree with you, Cody, but it's hard to believe that you would think it was wrong if the teacher was Republican. If you think Fox News is "right," then you would obviously agree with the teacher and his/her lessons.

     
  • At 24/9/05 4:15 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    And CNN and NBC aren't? Come on.

     
  • At 24/9/05 4:40 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    I didn't say that they aren't. I said that FOX is.

     
  • At 24/9/05 4:45 PM, Blogger Gayle said…

    Looks like you opened up a bag of worms with this one, Cody! Good post!

    I believe you told the truth about what happened in your classroom. It doesn't surprise me one bit. I've encountered many examples of liberals, as well as conservatives, trying to brainwash students. No matter what a teacher's views are, he/she should stick to the actual facts and let the students decide for themselves.

     
  • At 24/9/05 5:13 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    "Brainwash" is such a strong word for such a simple situation. No matter what a teacher says, a child still has SO many more influences. Certianly, it is wrong for a teacher to abuse his/her power and teach religion or politics in the classroom, but "brainwash" suggest the the child will go on functioning like a robot because they have only been exposed to one thing and taken it for absolute, unquestionable truth. In this case, that is not true.

     
  • At 24/9/05 5:27 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Now you're just splitting hairs.

     
  • At 24/9/05 6:11 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    It's true.

     
  • At 24/9/05 6:16 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Well that means I've won doesn't it? When you start attacking fiqures of speech I've won. I mean come on.

     
  • At 24/9/05 7:02 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    I was responding to Gayle's use of the word, darksaturos. You did use it in an earlier comment, but I wasn't talking to you. You also have no idea what you're arguing, so no, you haven't won.

     
  • At 24/9/05 7:52 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    It's not a contest, it's a debate. It's the sharing of opinionated information.

    From my experiences debates don't end with a winner, they kind of just end.

    This is a discussion of teachers teaching based on their political party. It's really a hard thing to debate on.

    Anyways,

    Yes I think FOX is fair and balanced. The news is fine. You may complain about lots of reporting on the looting. Um... I don't know how that is bias, it's just showing the news. And shows like O'rielly is not neccesarily Republican always. And Hannity has Colmes. It's really all balanced out.

    So I repeat, yes, I think FOX is fair and balanced.

    And you couldn't say the same about whichever station airs the west wing (I think it's NBC, but I don't know and honestly don't care) which happen to be a show by, for, and about Democrats.

     
  • At 24/9/05 8:25 PM, Blogger BushCheney08 said…

    the reason the liberals attack fox news ect is because its one of the only news stations that ISNT biased. Fox is out there telling the truth, and the libs dont like that.

     
  • At 24/9/05 8:31 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    Exactly, it's been coined the dreaded "republican" channel. But in fact it's not biased at all, It's just not liberal.

    Thanks for helping to clear that one out BC08!

     
  • At 24/9/05 8:38 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Allisoni Balloni said...
    I was responding to Gayle's use of the word, darksaturos. You did use it in an earlier comment, but I wasn't talking to you. You also have no idea what you're arguing, so no, you haven't won.

    Uptight aren't we? Got any actual arguements or where you going to bicker some more?

     
  • At 24/9/05 11:36 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    Uptight? Not exactly.

     
  • At 25/9/05 10:50 AM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Do you actually have an arguement to make. Because if not just say so.

     
  • At 25/9/05 10:59 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    I think her argument was that Republicans were in supreme power of the government, and controlled everything. And that FOX is bad.

    Both of which have been proven false, so as of NOW I don't think there is anything left to defend.

    Or maybe I'm just missing something, I don't know...

     
  • At 25/9/05 11:02 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    Hey dark, you seem to enjoy debating a lot. The "bush is not the anti-christ" blog has plenty of debates there. That's were I got the whole "Bush should get the death penalty" crap, and I debated with him for like 117 comments.

     
  • At 25/9/05 11:31 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    It's up to 121 comments now. His arguments are really breaking up now and you can tell he's hesitating and knows he can't win. It's quite funny actually.

     
  • At 25/9/05 11:39 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    here is where the debate is that I've been going on about.

    http://bushisnotantichrist.blogspot.com/2005/09/bush-is-better-man.html

     
  • At 25/9/05 12:05 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Hee hee, good job Cody.

     
  • At 25/9/05 3:56 PM, Blogger Gayle said…

    Cody, you said "I think her argument was that Republicans were in supreme power of the government, and controlled everything. And that FOX is bad."

    Were you talking about mycomment? If so, no! I think Fox is fair and balanced as well. I just commented that no teacher, liberal or conservative, should take sides. They should only teach facts. When they do what this teacher did, regardless of what anyone says, it is wrong. Possibly "brainwashing" is a bit strong, using the true meaning of the word. Possibly I should have said "indoctrinating" instead. But I don't think there is any difference.

     
  • At 25/9/05 4:37 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    Sorry I wasn't specific, I meant allisoni balloni.

     
  • At 25/9/05 7:47 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    I didn't say anything at all about FOX being bad. I said that it is biased, just like any other source you bash for taking sides. I'm also not sure why you are denying that our government is controlled currently by Republicans, not only because of the administration but also because of elected officials in all levels of government. The system itself isn't being changed by them, but its operations are being carried out by them. I'm really not sure why you are upset about that.

     
  • At 25/9/05 7:54 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Actually the PEOPLE control the government. If you knew anything about the way it works in this country you'd know that. And does it MATTTER? This blog is not about who controls the government. Its about how its wrong to teach that Palestienen terrorists are ok.

     
  • At 26/9/05 6:27 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    yeah, I don't really know how this came up...

     
  • At 26/9/05 10:14 AM, Blogger Drew said…

    Samurai Sam said: How can we possibly end the threat of terrorism by Muslim extremism if we don't understand the roots of the problem. Both sides of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict bear blame for the situation. Neither side is innocent; there is no "good guys vs. bad guys". To think otherwise shows a real lack of understanding of the situation.

    I couldn't have said it better. You have to keep in mind though, that Righties have no desire to actually try to research or investigate 'root causes' to much of the world's problem? Their approach is to oversimplify the issue and make it black and white. For example: Bush said, "The terrorists hate America because they hate our freedom." See, if you make a bold black and white statement, even though it's not based on fact, it gets attention. A truer statement would be: "The terrorists hate America because we are viewed as occupiers and we support Israel. What steps need to be taken to remedy the situation?". With the first statement from Bush, there is a simple solution. Bomb the hell out of your enemy. The second statement, since it infers root causes, may take a little more time to get to the bottom of.

    Dark, where in the Koran does it instruct Muslims to kill gays, Christians and Jews? Give specific examples or keep your talking points to yourself.

    Darksaturos said: "Of course you learned that in history class! As Cody says, the teachers are BRAINWASHING YOU!!! And most teachers are liberals because they work for the GOVERNMENT!!! Ignorance amazes me."

    It sounds like Right Wing Media is brainwashing you.

     
  • At 26/9/05 2:29 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    "You have to keep in mind though, that Righties have no desire to actually try to research or investigate 'root causes' to much of the world's problem?"

    Right, that's why I have a bunch of books that explain Islam.

    "Their approach is to oversimplify the issue"

    And the Democrats approach is to simply forget the issue happened. Just look at the Clinton administration, we had 3 chances to take out Bin Laden, and we didn't use them. And what about the '93 trade center bombings, did Clinton do much of anything after that? No.

    "It sounds like Right Wing Media is brainwashing you."

    That lie is bigger than if I said I liked any of Michael Moores movies. (and yes I've unfortunatly seen 3 of them)

    "Bush said, "The terrorists hate America because they hate our freedom.""

    You do realize he has a speech writer, right?

    Do you have something against Repbulicans or what? I mean, I can stand the nice Democrats (not the a-holes) Antagonizing just makes the two sides hate eachother more, for stupid reasons. The only way America can make good progress is if we at least TRY to get along.

     
  • At 26/9/05 2:57 PM, Blogger Drew said…

    Add, along with that, Republicans like to blame Clinton for the world's ills. =)

     
  • At 26/9/05 5:30 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Drew said...
    Add, along with that, Republicans like to blame Clinton for the world's ills. =)

    You mean like liberals and Bush?

     
  • At 26/9/05 5:30 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

     
  • At 27/9/05 12:09 AM, Blogger joe said…

    They do hate us because of our freedom. That is one of the root causes that Drew seems to know soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much about. If they had there way, the whole world would live under Sharia law. "Believers, make war on the infidels who dwell around you. Deal firmly with them. Know that God is with the righteous." (Sura 9:123) "Prophet, make war on the unbelievers and the hypocrites and deal rigorously with them. Hell shall be their home: an evil fate." (Sura 9:73) "Fight against such of those to whom the Scriptures were given as believe neither in God nor the Last Day, who do not forbid what God and His Apostle have forbidden, and do not embrace the true Faith, until they pay tribute out of hand and are utterly subdued." (Sura 9:29) "Muhammad is God's Apostle. Those who follow him are ruthless to the unbelievers but merciful to one another." (Sura 48:29)

    That is all from the Qur'an, Drew, since you need a source. Unless you want to ingnore the pesky root case that the Qur'an calls for the slaying, subjugation, or acceptance of Islam from infidels.

     
  • At 27/9/05 12:19 AM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    How much killing is in the Christian bible? Biblical times were scary. Do we act on every word our bible says? No, but some are extremists and takie it literally, much like Islamic extremists.


    "You do realize he has a speech writer, right?"

    That is the best thing you have EVER said, Cody. Yes, of course he has a speech writer, because the grinning bobble-head can't think for himself. You basically jsut admitted that it doesn't matter what he says, because someone else writes it for him. Good guy to look up to, I'd say. He's the PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. If he didn't want to say something like that, he probably doesn't have to. But hey, I'm glad I'm not the only one that knows the truth about his inability to think. Thanks so much for finally admitting that.

     
  • At 27/9/05 5:17 AM, Blogger joe said…

    The Bible does not call for believers to slay unbelievers. It is more complex than that Allisoni. It is not as simple as saying, "The Bible has killings in it too."

    Do more research.

     
  • At 27/9/05 1:29 PM, Blogger Drew said…

    "The Bible does not call for believers to slay unbelievers. It is more complex than that Allisoni. It is not as simple as saying, "The Bible has killings in it too.""

    I guess someone should have mentioned that to Pat Robertson, Josh McDowell, Randal Terry, Charles Roy McMillan..ect ect ect.

    Wonderful things were to be seen. Numbers of the Saracens were beheaded ... Others were shot with arrows, or forced to jump from the towers; others were tortured for several days, then burned with flames. In the streets were seen piles of heads and hands and feet. ... It was a just and marvelous judgement of God, that this place should be filled with the blood of unbelievers.
    -- Raymond of Aguilers, describing the 1099 massacre of Jerusalem by Christian Crusaders

    When people curse their parents, it unquestionably is a capital crime. The integrity of the family must be maintained by the threat of death. ... And he that blasphemeth the name of the Lord, he shall surely be put to death, and all the congregation shall certainly stone him.
    -- Gary North

    God told the Israelites to kill them all: men, women and children; to destroy them. And that seems like a terrible thing to do. Is it or isn't it? Well, let us assume that there were two thousand of them or ten thousand of them living in the land, or whatever number, I don't have the exact number, but pick a number. And God said, "Kill them all." Well, that would seem hard, wouldn't it? But that would be 10,000 people who probably would go to hell. But if they stayed and reproduced, in thirty, forty or fifty or sixty or a hundred more years there could conceivably be ... ten thousand would grow to a hundred, a hundred thousand conceivably could grow to a million, and there would be a million people who would have to spend an eternity in Hell! And it is far more merciful to take away a few than to see in the future a hundred years down the road, and say, "Well, I'll have to take away a million people, that will be forever apart from God because the abomination is there." It's like a contagion. God saw that there was no cure for it. It wasn't going to change, and all they would do is cause trouble for the Israelites and pull the Israelites away from God and prevent the truth of God from reaching the earth. And so God in love -- and that was a loving thing -- took away a small number that he might not have to take away a large number.
    -- Pat Robertson, The 700 Club

    The Bible doesn't say that homosexuals should be executed. What it says is this: "If two men lie together like a man and a woman lie together, they are to be put to death. "
    -- Gary DeMar, "Sound Off," WSB, Atlanta, Georgia, January 4, 1991

    Those who practice homosexuality should swiftly be put to death by the government. God emphatically condemns the practice of exchanging proper gender characteristics among men and women. God justly calls for the death penalty for anyone who practices homosexuality.
    -- Citizens for the Ten Commandments

    It is your god-given right to destroy any man or woman calling themselves doctors who willingly slaughter innocent children.
    -- Keith Tucci, Executive Director, Opration Rescue

    It occurs to me: Was Moses arrogant and unbiblical when he instructed the Israelites to kill every Canaanite in the land (Deut. 7:2; 20:16-17)? Was he an elitist or (horror of horrors) a racist? No; he was a God-fearing man who sought to obey God, who commanded them to kill them all.
    -- Gary North, The Sinai Strategy: Economics and the Ten Commandments (Tyler, TX: Institute for Christian Economics, 1986), p. 214n.

    More violence is inevitable, and it is righteous... It wouldn't bother me if every abortionist in the country today fell dead from a bullet.
    -- Charles Roy McMillan, Executive Director, Christian Action Group, Jackson, Mississippi, Time March 27, 1995

    Read the parable of the Wheat and the Tares in Matthew 13:24-30 and you will see that at the end of this age the angels are sent forth to remove evil from the earth. That word 'angels' also means 'messengers.' So God may use some of us to finish up the work of this age.
    -- Paul Crouch, Praise the Lord Newsletter, March, 1994

    God, we proclaim death to anything or anyone that will lift a hand against this network and this ministry that belongs to You, God. It is Your work, it is Your idea, it is Your property, it is Your airwaves, it is Your world, and we proclaim death to anything that would stand in the way of God's great voice of proclamation to the whole world. In the Name of Jesus, and all the people said Amen!
    -- Paul Crouch, Trinity Broadcasting Network, November 7, 1997

    When I, or people like me, are running the country, you'd better flee, because we will find you, we will try you, and we'll execute you. I mean every word of it. I will make it part of my mission to see to it that they are tried and executed.
    -- Randall Terry, Operation Rescue, to doctors who perform abortions, August 8, 1995

    Yup.. that Bible is just one big honkin' book of TOLERANCE.

     
  • At 27/9/05 2:24 PM, Blogger joe said…

    Good job Drew! I didn't think you had it in you! You found versus from the Bible that do not match the ones I gave you from the Qu'ran! Good man! Those versus do not say to slay the unbelievers wherever you find them.

    Seems to me you just want to equate Islam with Christianity. If you really looked into either, you'd see they are very different. The Bible does NOT say to subjugate, slay, or force conversion to Christianity. That is in the Qu'ran!

    More research my friend.

     
  • At 27/9/05 6:48 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    What I origninally said had nothing at all to do with equating Islam and Christianity. I said that the bible said many extreme things, and some people take that literally, just like some Muslim extremists take parts of the Qu'ran literally. I didn't say that they said the same things. Thanks, though, Saint, for reinforcing the point.

     
  • At 27/9/05 7:06 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    How arrogent is allosoni eh?

     
  • At 27/9/05 8:18 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    "I said that the bible said many extreme things, and some people take that literally"

    um, examples please? I don't think I've ever seen an act of violence by a Christian in the name of God, but please, if you can find one point it out.

     
  • At 27/9/05 8:26 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    "How arrogent is allosoni eh?"

    dark, I think you would get much more respect all around if your comments were longer and made more points than just liberal bashes. Trust me, there are libs out there that aren't very nice and the only way to beat them is to shower them with facts and logic. Because you don't want to be hypocritical and come off looking arrogant yourself, hipocrisy is a liberal thing dark!

    well, hope I helped.

    oh yeah, that book I was talking about writing. The UN is too specific of a subject to write about, although it will be in my book.

     
  • At 27/9/05 8:32 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Cody O'Connor said...
    "How arrogent is allosoni eh?"

    dark, I think you would get much more respect all around if your comments were longer and made more points than just liberal bashes.

    Cody, she IS arrogent, okay. Not all liberals are but she is okay? I am NOT bashing liberals. Give me one example.

     
  • At 27/9/05 8:33 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    And you know who I am Cody stop calling me dark like you dont know me.

     
  • At 27/9/05 8:45 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    And I'm concise. I dont NEED to write huge long posts. I can make a point in a small amount of words. Don't go left on me Cody

     
  • At 27/9/05 8:51 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    Wow, Wow, Wow! I'm not going left I can assure you that! I'm just trying to help you out here. Some of these guys are seirously harsh and can make some pretty good lies.

     
  • At 27/9/05 8:53 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    Plus when you're acting civil and they're being jacka**es (aka Democrats) It'll make them look really bad.

     
  • At 27/9/05 9:02 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    "And you know who I am Cody stop calling me dark like you dont know me."

    But it saves me a whole keystroke! Boy am I lazy....

     
  • At 27/9/05 9:03 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    ha ha ha. Alright. Just making a point thats all.

     
  • At 27/9/05 11:18 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    Arrogant? I am true and strong in my beliefs, just as you are. Why then am I the only "arrogant" one?

     
  • At 28/9/05 7:59 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Allisoni Balloni said...
    Arrogant? I am true and strong in my beliefs, just as you are. Why then am I the only "arrogant" one?

    Because I don't say things that make fun of God-fearing Christains and compare the Bible to the Koran.

     
  • At 30/9/05 11:12 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Allonsi Balloni: Yes, of course he has a speech writer, because the grinning bobble-head can't think for himself

    You idiot, do you know that every president had a speechwriter. Oh and by the way stupid, the 9/11 speech was unscripted, and my blogs name is named for one of these unscripted qoutes. Think before you open your big mouth.

     
  • At 4/10/05 2:45 AM, Blogger Gayle said…

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