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    This is what you'd call sh*tting on christ if anybody on the left said the same thing, harry -- remember those "double standards" you're always whining about? You're now demonstrating that your claims about libruls sh*tting on Christianity are lies or that you're just a hypocrite.
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    Seperate Church and State we don't want to hear Obama's religious sh!t.
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    Tell that to Santorum, Gingrich, Cain, Palin, Beck and the rest of them who want to make this country into some type of theocracy....

    Tell that to all the legislators getting their rocks off while they mandate probes being put into women's vagina's in the name of god...

    What he said... for many christians service is their prayer.

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    Yet all of your heros make their "religious sh!t" my politics...

    Keep Jesus, "the Messiah", Maitreya, Javada and the 12th Iman out of my politics.


    Selective Outrage.....
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    Darryl / Drewski
    I agree this batch of politicians are starting to make me sick including the phony lying ass hole in the White House, I have recently come to the conclusion that I support NO ONE.

    Romney is just another millionaire who wants America to play with (a toy)

    Gingrich is full of sh!t (a lot of democrats should like him)

    I like Ron Paul but he is out of it now.

    I will probably have no part in this election.

    F-ck Everybody they are all dirty lying drunken whore mongering scumsucking crooked rat bastards.

    In The End they all start blubbering about Jesus Christ & Praying.
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    see my post above
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    Keep up the "good work" Harry!

    Although I don't give a crap about the issue of your thread, I have to agree with your perception of our politicians. They all make me sick as well.

    I'm sick of the phony smiles, handshakes, waves to crowds and even speeches. I used to get a feeling of patriotism whenever I listened to a state of the union address. Even when "the other side's" guy was in office.

    Not any more and it's not because I've changed, that's for sure. Our society has become conditioned to liars, cheaters and thiefs in various political offices and we have no one to blame but ourselves.

    Anyone see the Clooney movie, "Ides of March"? Kinda wraps up my feelings in a nutshell.
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    OT: was that any good?
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    If that were a republican who said that, all of the people in here ranting at you, would be whining about Jesus Freaks and there bible bopping. It's Obama though, so he gets a pass. Afterall, most of his supporters who dislike religion, figure he's probably pretending anyway.

    Hope and change dude. C'mon man.

    Personally, his comments are inconsequential to me. Who cares really. What I do get from them though, is his belief in collectivism, as opposed to individual freedom. Some may disagree, but this country wasn't set up to be collectivist. That's for the socialists Europe. Not us here at home.

    It was awful. A total snooze fest. My wife actually fell asleep while we were watching it. I tend to love movies like these too. It's certainly no Michael Clayton which I enjoyed. It's very slow, and lacks any real drama. It is interesting from a campaign operating POV, but meh. Too boring IMO.
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    Maybe you're right....I'd have to go back and check, which I don't feel like doing right now.

    On the other hand, I think I'd find that what most people "object" to is when one of the "Republicans" starts talking religion, he/she talks specifically about Christianity....occasionally remembering to throw in "Judeo/Christian," once in a while. Mostly what gets objected to (both here and elsewhere) is Christianity being part of a platform - or the removal of anything even remotely "Sharia" from any law which it's never been a part of, anyhow.

    I happenen to have the television on while Obama was speaking this morning...and he was not speaking at a political rally or a state function or a presidental debate, he was speaking specifically to a religious meeting, The National Prayer Day meeting, to be exact. What else would he be expect to talk about, really?

    His speech contained multiple references to several different religions - Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Muslim, Hinduism, - even Platoism, for the athiests amongst us. Nowhere did he focus on one specific religion as the "right" religion or the "only" religion or even the "national" religion or as the basis for our government.

    Example:

    You might want to read it before judging it.

    National Prayer Breakfast: President Obama’s speech transcript - The Washington Post

    Oh, and contrary to Harry's "Jesus Christ" thread title.....Obama only mentioned Jesus once - in a 4 page speech.
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    Very good chico. It doesn't take a right or left approach at all even though Clooney plays a democratic candidate. It's more about "The Game" people have to play in the business of politics.
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    No candidate would ever talk about collectivism in America. It would spell disaster for them and rightfully so.

    Honestly, I think collectivism would result in people taking up arms...or at least talking about it.


    I guess we have different tastes. I don't need action to enjoy a movie. I thought Ryan Gosling did a great job as an idealist who comes face to face with the shortcomings of choosing that view.

    Got nominated for several Oscars...so go jump in a lake RW!!!:mad:
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    This is all just spin. He knows he screwed up with the birth control thing because he counts on the minority vote. And when it comes to a lot of minorities the one power higher then democrats is the power of their religion.
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    The Prayer Breakfast has been around since Dwight D., and failure to follow through would only give fodder to the obsessive right about something like Obama is really a muslim, I told you so.

    It has nothing to do with minorities, and your perception that they all are in church every Sunday.. another generality.

    It is what it is, a White House tradition..
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    You hit the nail on the head with this one, The Black Community LOVES Their Jesus the Democrat "Massah's" will never change that.

    I don't think Martin Luther King ever made a speech that didn't include GOD & JESUS CHRIST.

    On Sunday mornings Black Churches all across this country are packed, Praying and Singing their Love For Jesus Christ.

    The "shooting down" of Gay Marriage in California by The Black Community was all based on their Religious Beliefs
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    Which is a perfect example of why religion has no place in politics. Setting legal standards based on one groups religious beliefs, when those beliefs are not shared by the whole is wrong - regardless if the beliefs are Christian/Jewish/Islamic in nature.

    This is why I have an issue with situations such as the Sharia in Oklahoma thing. The people that railed on here about that it has no place in America "because its Islamic barbaric law" are the same ones that don't mind when a "Christian" belief is the basis for laws (such as Gay Marriage). It can't be OK when it is Christian based laws and not OK when it Islamic based laws.

    Selective Outrage...
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    Maybe that's because King was a minister not a politician?
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    Careful Mrs.!! Dont be too factual....
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    I know...it's not even 9AM yet.

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