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12 months ago  ::  Jan 25, 2014 - 1:19AM #411
JohnQ
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Oct 11, 2013 -- 4:14PM, TPaine wrote:


Oct 10, 2013 -- 2:59PM, theinterpreter wrote:


Oct 9, 2013 -- 12:10PM, TPaine wrote:


Oct 7, 2013 -- 7:09PM, amcolph wrote:


What about Congress?  Does it have to be all Christian, too? At present, it contains 39 Jews, 3 Buddhists and 2 Muslims.



Frankly, I don't care what religion, if any, a member of Congress follows. What matters is how well he or she represents his or her constituents regardless of his or her age, disability, gender, ethnicity, race, religion, or sexual orientation.



Suit yourself, but I will only vote for a Christian. And most Christians are like me.




I hate to break it to you Barry, but most Christians are not religious bigots.




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Christian LIES wed Christian HATE......Begot a child....it’s named Prop 8! 

Supreme Court let it stand.....which means we can vote away the rights of others in our land.

Sad as that may be...it hurts all of us.....not just me.
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12 months ago  ::  Jan 26, 2014 - 12:23PM #412
Do_unto_others
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Jan 21, 2014 -- 6:17PM, theinterpreter wrote:


Oct 13, 2013 -- 12:01PM, Do_unto_others wrote:


Oct 10, 2013 -- 2:59PM, theinterpreter wrote:


 I will only vote for a Christian. And most Christians are like me.




Observably false. Thank "god".



Wrong. Many Christians would not even vote for Romney, a Mormon




Mormonism is a branch of Christianity.


The only "Christians" that wouldn't vote for someone based on their belief that a member of the Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints is NOT a "Christian" was never a "Christian" to begin with. They're just an ill-informed voter.



And of course, the myriad other reasons not to vote For Rmoney finally sunk in to the electorate. I suspect they didn't vote for him because they'd never know WHICH VERSION of Mint they'd get.

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12 months ago  ::  Jan 28, 2014 - 6:07AM #413
Caliwebman
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I would have to say No. I would venture to answer in the same way if you asked if ours was a Christian nation today, No. Here is why:


Zodiacs of Our Nation’s Capital


There are 23 zodiacs in public government buildings in Washington, D.C. and many more on monuments and room interiors. The National Academy of Science has a wonderful statue of Albert Einstein overlooking a granite horoscope of the actual chart for the statue’s dedication ceremony on April 22, 1979. The Academy building also has twelve bronze stylized zodiacal characters on the south entrance hall door.


Astrological motifs appear in the Library of Congress on a clock, painted tondos (a round painting or relief) on the ceiling and a splendid marble floor in the great hall.


The Federal Reserve Board building has a beautiful 1937 Steuben glass ceiling lamp depicting the zodiac, including a version of Virgo as the Virgin Mary.


President Garfield’s memorial statue has both astrological signs and planets on the pedestal. The Mellon Memorial fountain’s rim is decorated with all twelve signs, and the Dirksen Senate office building’s interior features zodiacal characters.


The first astrological reference in the capital was the Car of History, sculpted in 1819 for the Statuary Hall. Images of Sagittarius, Capricorn and Aquarius appear on the front of the winged chariot.


SOURCE - Marcia Masino


Love & Light,


Scott


PICTURE SOURCE HERE

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12 months ago  ::  Jan 28, 2014 - 10:41AM #414
theinterpreter
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Jan 26, 2014 -- 12:23PM, Do_unto_others wrote:


Jan 21, 2014 -- 6:17PM, theinterpreter wrote:


Oct 13, 2013 -- 12:01PM, Do_unto_others wrote:


Oct 10, 2013 -- 2:59PM, theinterpreter wrote:


 I will only vote for a Christian. And most Christians are like me.




Observably false. Thank "god".



Wrong. Many Christians would not even vote for Romney, a Mormon




Mormonism is a branch of Christianity.


The only "Christians" that wouldn't vote for someone based on their belief that a member of the Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints is NOT a "Christian" was never a "Christian" to begin with. They're just an ill-informed voter.



And of course, the myriad other reasons not to vote For Rmoney finally sunk in to the electorate. I suspect they didn't vote for him because they'd never know WHICH VERSION of Mint they'd get.



I didn't vote for Romney because he is a global warming denier. Global warming is last plague #4.

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12 months ago  ::  Feb 01, 2014 - 7:28PM #415
TPaine
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Jan 28, 2014 -- 10:41AM, theinterpreter wrote:


I didn't vote for Romney because he is a global warming denier. Global warming is last plague #4.



The problem with Romney was that you never knew what he actually believed. He wasn't called an Etch-A-Sketch for nothing.

"The right of voting for representatives is the primary right by which other rights are protected. To take away this right is to reduce a man to slavery, for slavery consists in being subject to the will of another, and he that has not a vote in the election of representatives is in this case." Thomas Paine:
Dissertation on First Principles of Government (July 1795)
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11 months ago  ::  Feb 03, 2014 - 11:56AM #416
Do_unto_others
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Jan 28, 2014 -- 10:41AM, theinterpreter wrote:


Jan 26, 2014 -- 12:23PM, Do_unto_others wrote:


Jan 21, 2014 -- 6:17PM, theinterpreter wrote:


Oct 13, 2013 -- 12:01PM, Do_unto_others wrote:


Oct 10, 2013 -- 2:59PM, theinterpreter wrote:


 I will only vote for a Christian. And most Christians are like me.




Observably false. Thank "god".



Wrong. Many Christians would not even vote for Romney, a Mormon




Mormonism is a branch of Christianity.


The only "Christians" that wouldn't vote for someone based on their belief that a member of the Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter Day Saints is NOT a "Christian" was never a "Christian" to begin with. They're just an ill-informed voter.



And of course, the myriad other reasons not to vote For Rmoney finally sunk in to the electorate. I suspect they didn't vote for him because they'd never know WHICH VERSION of Mint they'd get.



I didn't vote for Romney because he is a global warming denier. Global warming is last plague #4.




This negates your earlier claim that "most Christians are like" you. Most (American) "Christians" deny global warming even exists.



It also doesn't refute MY claim that Mormonism is a branch of Christianity.

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11 months ago  ::  Feb 09, 2014 - 11:12PM #417
Amycain
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this country was founded on separation of church and state so no it is a nation of religious freedom, that was teh intention.


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1 month ago  ::  Nov 17, 2014 - 2:45PM #418
Roymond
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Wow.  I didn't get even halfway through this thread before giving up.


The United States of America is not now, nor has ever been, a "Christian nation".   Trying to make it one is heretical and denies the work of Christ, who made all people and nations and tribes equal before Him.  The time of any nation being special ended with the Crucifixion; to try to return to that era is to spit in Jesus' face.

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1 month ago  ::  Nov 22, 2014 - 1:42PM #419
rideronthastorm
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Native Americans were the first ones here anyways Indians- Native Americans you know native means native the first original....................................not Christians

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