Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by mikey, May 22, 2006.
I agree with albright...Religion should never be mentioned by a President or any elected official. Any speech writer or reasonably intelligent politician can get their religious messages across in other ways and be just as effective.
As there is such a thing as natural law I believe there is also natural religion. Natural religion would encompass our moral and spiritual link to each other without any mention of a god or leader of any kind.
BTW...IMO...why would any god need a human...especially a human of low intelligence to do anything for itself. If the god made us...the god can take away also. If god played football cards...would he not be perfect every week?
Does any one else think that George Bush is commiting a mortal sin for using God's name for political purposes.
Is he not violating the 2nd commandment of using God's name in vain?
This is the same guy who invooked God's name to justify his attack on Iraq, killing thousands of young Americans and innocent Iraqi children,
Do you think this guy's soul will burn in hell for eternity?
Clinton helped kill 1 million Iraqi children...I've never seen you make a thread about that...So, let's make a thread about the killing of innocent Iraqi children during the Saddam regime...let's do it right.
Hey FBN, interested in where you got this from, could you qualify it and cross reference it please??
Assume he's talking about the sanctions through 8 years of Clinton. INdirectly, those sanctions probably killed many innocents...but the sanctions were a product of Bush I's actions initially at least.
I prefer Michael Savage's take on Madeline allbright:
He (rightly) calls her "a monster in a dress".
MADALENE (NOTSOBRIGHT) ALLBRIGHT :singing: :singing: :singing:
CLINTON HAD SOME REAL WINNERS DIDN'T HE :rocker:
Is Madeline Allbright Helen Thomas' daughter?
No, she was the daughter of a graduate professor who also taught Rice.
Madeline Allbright should be utterly ashamed of herself.
Walter Cronkite Is Their Father
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