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Dilfert
2017-12-24 22:06:59 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.

You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.

You don't believe in the laws of this great nation. You would rather hand
it over on bended knee to hordes of savages who will gladly kill you for
your naive stupidity.

You were blessed with life on this earth, not by psychopathic mentally ill
men putting dicks up their asses, but by a man and a woman.

Conservatives finally stood up and elected Donald Trump to put a stop to
your liberal stupidity. His mission is to drain the swamp of left-wing
influences. So far he is on point and performing that task.

Your asses better be at work tomorrow because if you aren't, your name is
going on the long list of hypocrits for natural selection culling.

Merry Christmas, you scumbags.
Rudy Canoza
2017-12-24 22:17:05 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.

In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.

Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-24 22:32:52 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Rudy Canoza
2017-12-24 22:38:00 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity.
No, it doesn't. I know all about the "endowed by their creator"
language, but it is not in any way essential to the theory.
Rod☼E.
2017-12-24 23:11:04 UTC
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Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off.  I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed.   You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god.  There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity.
No, it doesn't.  I know all about the "endowed by their creator"
language, but it is not in any way essential to the theory.
Oh but it does...AND Jefferson was a dualist..of the Cathar variety,
and rejecting the deity of Christ as nonsense.

Below is an excerpt from Jeffersons letters:

Thomas Jefferson

The writer of the Declaration of Independence and the third President of
the United States wrote to Charles Thomson in 1816:

I, too, have made a wee-little book from the same materials,
which I call the Philosophy of Jesus; it is a paradigma of his
doctrines, made by cutting the texts out of the book, and arranging them
on the pages of a blank book, in a certain order of time or subject. A
more beautiful or precious morsel of ethics I have never seen; it is a
document in proof that I am a real Christian, that is to say, a disciple
of the doctrines of Jesus.

Jefferson was a Deist who respected Christ’s teachings, but rejected His
divinity, His miracles, and His resurrection. In a letter to William
Short dated April 13, 1820, he wrote:

I am a Materialist.

Among the sayings and discourses imputed to [Jesus] by His
biographers, I find many passages of fine imagination, correct morality,
and of the most lovely benevolence; and others, again, of so much
ignorance, so much absurdity, so much untruth, charlatanism and
imposture, as to pronounce it impossible that such contradictions should
have proceeded from the same Being. I separate, therefore, the gold from
the dross; restore to Him the former, and leave the latter to the
stupidity of some, and roguery of others of His disciples. Of this band
of dupes and impostors, Paul was the great . . . corruptor of the
doctrines of Jesus.

In separating Jesus divine and human natures, Jefferson wrote to John
Adams, January 24, 1814 that the divine aspects of Christ were “the
fabric of very inferior minds. It is as easy to separate those parts, as
to pick out diamonds from dunghills.”

And so he compiled The Jefferson Bible: The Life and Morals of Jesus of
Nazareth Extracted Textually from the Gospels. Jefferson simply cut out
anything of a supernatural or miraculous nature and so his Bible ends:

Then took they the body of Jesus, and wound it in linen cloths
with the spices, as the manner of the Jews is to bury. Now in the place
where he was crucified there was a garden; and in the garden a new
sepulchre, wherein was never man yet laid. There laid they Jesus, And
rolled a great stone to the door of the sepulchre, and departed.


In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 00:15:53 UTC
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In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Kevrob
2017-12-25 00:25:35 UTC
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In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Electric chairs used AC, the westinghouse system. Edison,
in an attempt to scare the public and win business for his
DC transmission system, aided in electrocution experiments on
animals.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_of_Currents

Kevin R
Robert Carnegie
2017-12-25 01:06:28 UTC
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In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Electric chairs used AC, the westinghouse system. Edison,
in an attempt to scare the public and win business for his
DC transmission system, aided in electrocution experiments on
animals.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_of_Currents
Kevin R
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_chair> says Edison
specifically recommended AC for executions.

I'm not sure where we are now on the point being made
but it seems to be on the lines of criticising slave-chain
manufacturers for being involved in slavery... which they
are? Or do I mean were?
Kevrob
2017-12-25 03:42:10 UTC
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In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Electric chairs used AC, the westinghouse system. Edison,
in an attempt to scare the public and win business for his
DC transmission system, aided in electrocution experiments on
animals.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_of_Currents
Kevin R
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_chair> says Edison
specifically recommended AC for executions.
I'm not sure where we are now on the point being made
but it seems to be on the lines of criticising slave-chain
manufacturers for being involved in slavery... which they
are? Or do I mean were?
More like the hemp farmers trying to sell more rope
to anti-slavery folks by pointing out what chains
were used for. Of course, the ironmongers might appeal
to those opposed to judicial murder by hanging. PR.

Religion has, from earliest memory, been used as a
justification for tyranny, or even for less oppressive
monarchy. Ancient civilizations had ghod-kings, which
gave way to Caesaropapism and theocracies, and established
churches.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesaropapism

The US's lack of a national official church, and by the
1840s not even official churches on the state level, was
a great innovation. We still had an overhang of treating
Protestanism, generically, as if it were an official faith,
with such now-defunct remnants as requiring courtroom oaths on
the Christian bible, and using Protestant scripture to teach
children in government schools. Some of our religious "friends"
want to bring that back, with possible inclusion of the Catholics
and grudging acceptance of the Jews.

They could just get behind the school choice movement and
delink the management of education from the state, and
eventually taxes. But that would leave children from the
homes of the non-religious to be brought up as their parents
see fit, and they can't have that! The Catholic, Lutheran
and Episcopal schools in the US were never madrassas, though
many a "Christian school," especially in the states of the
attempted Southron Confederacy started out as segregation
academies. I don't fear their coming back strong as much as I
dislike the state molding attempting to mold children's minds.

Meanwhile, out in the less-developed world, radical politicized Islam
(Islamism) is working hard to institute authoritarian to totalitarian
regimes, from Turkey on one end of the continuum to Islamic
State (the Caliphate) on the other. Hindu nationalists in India,
Buddhists in Myanmar - there's religious folks trampling on the
rights of others around the globe, or itching to.

Kevin R
Rod☼E.
2017-12-25 01:21:24 UTC
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In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
Yes it does. You are in it up to your neck
and unable to see what it does. You kowtow
to the music of God kills you in the end.

And God seals you on the forehead with a seal
proclaiming ownership of you for all time.

(((THAT))) is SLAVERY
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That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Evidently you avoid reading of revelation.
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 01:25:18 UTC
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In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
Yes it does. You are in it up to your neck
and unable to see what it does. You kowtow
to the music of God kills you in the end.
And God seals you on the forehead with a seal
proclaiming ownership of you for all time.
(((THAT))) is SLAVERY
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That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Evidently you avoid reading of revelation.
Actually, you are correct.
I also don't play with OUJI boards or go see Sister Mary to have my
palm read.
I don't look for trouble.
I don't go out of my way to stress myself out.
And if I can't figure out the I-Pad in another week, I'll give it
away.
Rod☼E.
2017-12-25 01:37:15 UTC
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In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
Yes it does. You are in it up to your neck
and unable to see what it does. You kowtow
to the music of God kills you in the end.
And God seals you on the forehead with a seal
proclaiming ownership of you for all time.
(((THAT))) is SLAVERY
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That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Evidently you avoid reading of revelation.
Actually, you are correct.
I know.
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I also don't play with OUJI boards or go see Sister Mary to have my
palm read.
I don't look for trouble.
I don't go out of my way to stress myself out.
And if I can't figure out the I-Pad in another week, I'll give it
away.
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 11:06:29 UTC
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Post by Rod☼E.
In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
Yes it does. You are in it up to your neck
and unable to see what it does. You kowtow
to the music of God kills you in the end.
And God seals you on the forehead with a seal
proclaiming ownership of you for all time.
(((THAT))) is SLAVERY
Post by [?g].??Ž????
That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Evidently you avoid reading of revelation.
Actually, you are correct.
I know.
Any idiot who feels he understand the methods and motives of God is
foolish. I laugh at all the televangelist idiots who claim they can
explain the ravings of a mad goat herder on LSD who wrote the book of
Revelation.

Malcolm Muggeridge, socialist and philosophical author, wrote, "I had
a notion that somehow, besides questing, I was being pursued." C.S.
Lewis said he remembered, "...night after night, feeling whenever my
mind lifted even for a second from my work, the steady, unrelenting
approach of Him whom I so earnestly desired not to meet. I gave in,
and admitted that God was God, and knelt and prayed: perhaps, that
night, the most dejected and reluctant convert in all of England."

Lewis went on to write a book titled, "Surprised by Joy" as a result
of knowing God. I too had no expectations other than rightfully
admitting God's existence. Yet ... sometimes you just have to admit to
yourself that there MUST be someone or something that made this all
happen around us.

It is our own choice.... to believe... or not to believe.
To be happy, or be sad.

Me? I choose to be happy.
I choose to find the simplest answers to all my questions.
To second guess yourself is a waste of time.
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I also don't play with OUJI boards or go see Sister Mary to have my
palm read.
I don't look for trouble.
I don't go out of my way to stress myself out.
And if I can't figure out the I-Pad in another week, I'll give it
away.
Rod☼E.
2017-12-25 18:19:54 UTC
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In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
Yes it does. You are in it up to your neck
and unable to see what it does. You kowtow
to the music of God kills you in the end.
And God seals you on the forehead with a seal
proclaiming ownership of you for all time.
(((THAT))) is SLAVERY
Post by [?g].??Ž????
That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Evidently you avoid reading of revelation.
Actually, you are correct.
I know.
Any idiot who feels he understand the methods and motives of God is
foolish. I laugh at all the televangelist idiots who claim they can
explain the ravings of a mad goat herder on LSD who wrote the book of
Revelation.
Malcolm Muggeridge, socialist and philosophical author, wrote, "I had
a notion that somehow, besides questing, I was being pursued." C.S.
Lewis said he remembered, "...night after night, feeling whenever my
mind lifted even for a second from my work, the steady, unrelenting
approach of Him whom I so earnestly desired not to meet. I gave in,
and admitted that God was God, and knelt and prayed: perhaps, that
night, the most dejected and reluctant convert in all of England."
Lewis went on to write a book titled, "Surprised by Joy" as a result
of knowing God. I too had no expectations other than rightfully
admitting God's existence. Yet ... sometimes you just have to admit to
yourself that there MUST be someone or something that made this all
happen around us.
It is our own choice.... to believe... or not to believe.
To be happy, or be sad.
Me? I choose to be happy.
I choose to find the simplest answers to all my questions.
To second guess yourself is a waste of time.
I just want all the truth. I've been looking for it for decades,
and everyone that I have come across claims to have it but can't
verify it. They accept without question. They go with what they have
been told and they are happy with that.

I will be too. I was happy with the old stories before Jesus came
along and shook things up. It's time to go back and forget all of
this and find that happiness that was lost.
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I also don't play with OUJI boards or go see Sister Mary to have my
palm read.
I don't look for trouble.
I don't go out of my way to stress myself out.
And if I can't figure out the I-Pad in another week, I'll give it
away.
MattB
2017-12-25 01:35:43 UTC
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In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
Yes it does. You are in it up to your neck
and unable to see what it does. You kowtow
to the music of God kills you in the end.
And God seals you on the forehead with a seal
proclaiming ownership of you for all time.
(((THAT))) is SLAVERY
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That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Evidently you avoid reading of revelation.
Off Topic here

Rod hope you and family have a great and happy Christmas and weekend.

Matt
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2017-12-25 11:08:50 UTC
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In conclusion I agree, this nation would be better off and freedom
assured without religion, which in its nature has always been used
as a tool to enslave.
No, it hasn't.
Yes it does. You are in it up to your neck
and unable to see what it does. You kowtow
to the music of God kills you in the end.
And God seals you on the forehead with a seal
proclaiming ownership of you for all time.
(((THAT))) is SLAVERY
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That is like blaming Edison for Capital Punishment and the electric
chair.
Evidently you avoid reading of revelation.
Off Topic here
Rod hope you and family have a great and happy Christmas and weekend.
Matt
Me too.
And, don't worry about me.
I have chosen to be happy and enjoy the life that I have.
It is a choice that makes me happy, gives me good health, and choose
to share with family and friends.
You can do the same.
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 00:13:54 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity.
No, it doesn't. I know all about the "endowed by their creator"
language, but it is not in any way essential to the theory.
According to the dork who ignores history.

The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Teresita
2017-12-25 00:17:15 UTC
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The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
That's ironic, since the Supreme Being told Christians not to disobey
the king.

1 Peter 2:13 Submit yourselves to every ordinance of man for the Lord's
sake: whether it be to the king, as supreme; or unto governors, as unto
them that are sent by him for the punishment of evildoers, and for the
praise of them that do well.
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2017-12-25 01:32:19 UTC
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The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
That's ironic, since the Supreme Being told Christians not to disobey
the king.
Which king do we have?
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1 Peter 2:13 Submit yourselves to every ordinance of man for the Lord's
sake: whether it be to the king, as supreme; or unto governors, as unto
them that are sent by him for the punishment of evildoers, and for the
praise of them that do well.
This merely tells people to obey the law.
After all, most laws were made for a reason.
They were made to allow orderly conduct for the citizenry.

Laws are created retroactively based on some problem, so a new rule is
added to list penalties in case someone acts in a certain way.

We live under a social contract model originating in the Age of
Enlightenment, under which we surrender some freedoms to authority so
that the remainder are protected. The difficulty, obviously, lies in
determining which freedoms are relinquished and which are preserved.

As an example, I like driving on well-maintained roads and bridges,
providing the young with an education, and having the elderly, poor,
infirm, etc. provided for. These things require a government to
achieve, especially when large numbers of each are involved. So, I
pay taxes. I surrender part of my freedom in the form of money so
that I can live in a place that guarantees my freedom from bumpy roads
or failing bridges, illiterate children, and beggars.
Teresita
2017-12-25 01:43:06 UTC
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This merely tells people to obey the law.
After all, most laws were made for a reason.
They were made to allow orderly conduct for the citizenry.
It was against the law to rebel against King George III. God probably
said, "We are not amused."
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 11:10:48 UTC
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This merely tells people to obey the law.
After all, most laws were made for a reason.
They were made to allow orderly conduct for the citizenry.
It was against the law to rebel against King George III. God probably
said, "We are not amused."
Now that .... makes me smile.
#BeamMeUpScotty
2017-12-25 17:16:12 UTC
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This merely tells people to obey the law.
After all, most laws were made for a reason.
They were made to allow orderly conduct for the citizenry.
It was against the law to rebel against King George III. God probably
said, "We are not amused."
Now that .... makes me smile.
It was against the law for Quakers and others to help the escaped slaves
in the underground railroad..... You have a moral choice and we get it.

This is why a law really isn't a law until it has been found to be
constitutional. And a law can NOT be changed or made constitutional by
the courts. It requires the actions of both to legislate and confirm
the constitutionality of a law. Neither can unilaterally act to force a
law into being. Just as the Executive can't create laws or adjudicate
them.... for the executive branch to enforce laws, they first need the
laws written and passed by congress so the Executive can sign them and
they the Judiciary to use the laws to deliver justice and punishment.

The Judiciary writing and changing Legislation is NOT constitutional and
the Legislative spending money on things that are NOT delegated powers
and the Executive Branch deciding what laws it chooses to enforce are
all violations of the Constitution. It's why government is failing.
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That's Karma

*Eternity ends at conception.... Time then becomes a finite resource*
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2017-12-25 17:45:54 UTC
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This merely tells people to obey the law.
After all, most laws were made for a reason.
They were made to allow orderly conduct for the citizenry.
It was against the law to rebel against King George III. God probably
said, "We are not amused."
Now that .... makes me smile.
It was against the law for Quakers and others to help the escaped slaves
in the underground railroad..... You have a moral choice and we get it.
This is why a law really isn't a law until it has been found to be
constitutional.
Huh? Who told you that?
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And a law can NOT be changed or made constitutional by
the courts.
Then why are conservatives complaining about
"court-made" laws when it comes to rulings they
don't like?
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It requires the actions of both to legislate and confirm
the constitutionality of a law. Neither can unilaterally act to force a
law into being. Just as the Executive can't create laws or adjudicate
them.... for the executive branch to enforce laws, they first need the
laws written and passed by congress so the Executive can sign them and
they the Judiciary to use the laws to deliver justice and punishment.
The Judiciary writing and changing Legislation is NOT constitutional and
the Legislative spending money on things that are NOT delegated powers
and the Executive Branch deciding what laws it chooses to enforce are
all violations of the Constitution. It's why government is failing.
That would be the "failing" government that
is totally controlled by the GOP?
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This merely tells people to obey the law.
After all, most laws were made for a reason.
They were made to allow orderly conduct for the citizenry.
It was against the law to rebel against King George III. God probably
said, "We are not amused."
Your igborance is vast and broad, do not get lost in it.
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2017-12-25 20:36:11 UTC
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This merely tells people to obey the law.
After all, most laws were made for a reason.
They were made to allow orderly conduct for the citizenry.
It was against the law to rebel against King George III. God probably
said, "We are not amused."
God may have amused himself and caused King George III's mental illness.
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The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
That's ironic, since the Supreme Being told Christians not to disobey
the king.
Which king do we have?
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1 Peter 2:13 Submit yourselves to every ordinance of man for the Lord's
sake: whether it be to the king, as supreme; or unto governors, as unto
them that are sent by him for the punishment of evildoers, and for the
praise of them that do well.
Of course, Israel asked for a king, and Samuel, their ghod's
"prophet" issued a warning:

[Samuel 8]

1 In his old age Samuel appointed his sons judges over Israel.a
2 His firstborn was named Joel, his second son, Abijah; they judged at
Beer-sheba. 3 His sons did not follow his example, but looked to their
own gain, accepting bribes and perverting justice. 4 Therefore all the
elders of Israel assembled and went to Samuel at Ramah 5and said to him,
“Now that you are old, and your sons do not follow your example, appoint
a king over us, like all the nations, to rule us.”

6 Samuel was displeased when they said, “Give us a king to rule us.” But
he prayed to the LORD. 7 The LORD said: Listen to whatever the people say.
You are not the one they are rejecting. They are rejecting me as their king.
8 They are acting toward you just as they have acted from the day I brought
them up from Egypt to this very day, deserting me to serve other gods.
9 Now listen to them; but at the same time, give them a solemn warning
and inform them of the rights of the king who will rule them.

10 Samuel delivered the message of the LORD in full to those who were
asking him for a king. 11 He told them: “The governance of the king who
will rule you will be as follows: He will take your sons and assign them
to his chariots and horses, and they will run before his chariot. 12 He
will appoint from among them his commanders of thousands and of hundreds.
He will make them do his plowing and harvesting and produce his weapons of
war and chariotry. 13 He will use your daughters as perfumers, cooks,
and bakers. He will take your best fields, vineyards, and olive groves, and
give them to his servants.g 15 He will tithe your crops and grape harvests
to give to his officials and his servants. 16 He will take your male and
female slaves, as well as your best oxen and donkeys, and use them to do
his work. 17 He will also tithe your flocks. As for you, you will become
his slaves. 18 On that day you will cry out because of the king whom you
have chosen, but the LORD will not answer you on that day.”

19 The people, however, refused to listen to Samuel’s warning and said,
“No! There must be a king over us. 20 We too must be like all the nations,
with a king to rule us, lead us in warfare, and fight our battles.”
21 Samuel listened to all the concerns of the people and then repeated them
to the LORD. 22 The LORD said: Listen to them! Appoint a king to rule over
them. Then Samuel said to the people of Israel, “Return, each one of you,
to your own city.”

[/quote] - http://www.usccb.org/bible/1samuel/8

The saps ASKED for it.
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This merely tells people to obey the law.
After all, most laws were made for a reason.
They were made to allow orderly conduct for the citizenry.
Ordered liberty is the goal of good government in a polity
like the US. Too often the overemphasis is on order, rather
than liberty. Or liberty for some, and order for the rest.
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Laws are created retroactively based on some problem, so a new rule is
added to list penalties in case someone acts in a certain way.
That's not how a traditional society, such as the Hebrews under
the Mosaic law worked. If "the law" is handed down from a
deity, adding to it or amending it is blasphemy.
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We live under a social contract model originating in the Age of
Enlightenment, under which we surrender some freedoms to authority so
that the remainder are protected. The difficulty, obviously, lies in
determining which freedoms are relinquished and which are preserved.
As an example, I like driving on well-maintained roads and bridges,
providing the young with an education, and having the elderly, poor,
infirm, etc. provided for. These things require a government to
achieve, especially when large numbers of each are involved. So, I
pay taxes. I surrender part of my freedom in the form of money so
that I can live in a place that guarantees my freedom from bumpy roads
or failing bridges, illiterate children, and beggars.
You are framing the argument as "loss of freedom for government
benefits." The US is more Lockean than Hobbesian, setting a neutral
arbiter over individuals who have natural rights, with the state
as the impartial judge of disputes, not a dispenser of largesse.

Kevin R
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The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
That's ironic, since the Supreme Being told Christians not to disobey
the king.
1 Peter 2:13 Submit yourselves to every ordinance of man for the Lord's
sake: whether it be to the king, as supreme; or unto governors, as unto
them that are sent by him for the punishment of evildoers, and for the
praise of them that do well.
So then it's ok to follow evil laws? Like killing 6 million Jews? "I vas
only folloink orders." And what, God gives you a pass. Sorry sparky that
only refers to moral governments.
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2017-12-25 16:18:57 UTC
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So then it's ok to follow evil laws? Like killing 6 million Jews? "I vas
only folloink orders." And what, God gives you a pass. Sorry sparky that
only refers to moral governments.
I don't remember God putting a loophole in his commandments for
resisting evil. In fact, God the Son said:

"...resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek,
turn to him the other also."

If you have a problem with that, take it up with Jesus when you see him.
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So then it's ok to follow evil laws? Like killing 6 million Jews? "I vas
only folloink orders." And what, God gives you a pass. Sorry sparky that
only refers to moral governments.
I don't remember God putting a loophole in his commandments for
"...resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek,
turn to him the other also."
If you have a problem with that, take it up with Jesus when you see him.
So good people should lket themselves be slaughter by evil people cuz you
pull one line out of the Bible and misinterpet the entire book based on
that. you're a joke.

So I can just show up with a writ that says I can kill you and you'll let
me?

So the murder of the Jews was Ok? Was moral? Was Christlike?
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2017-12-25 17:26:48 UTC
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So I can just show up with a writ that says I can kill you and you'll let
me?
No, because I'm an atheist, not a follower of the Prince of Peace. In
fact, I used to serve on a security detail in the Navy as collateral
duty. I'm thirty for thirty on the 1911 .45, which is one sweet piece.
My first reaction to "writs" is three disabling rounds, center of mass.
Wile E. Coyote
2017-12-25 17:33:51 UTC
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So I can just show up with a writ that says I can kill you and you'll let
me?
No, because I'm an atheist, not a follower of the Prince of Peace. In
fact, I used to serve on a security detail in the Navy as collateral
duty. I'm thirty for thirty on the 1911 .45, which is one sweet piece.
My first reaction to "writs" is three disabling rounds, center of mass.
Bullshit. You do not know the religion yet you tell us to do the opposite
of what you would do? Hypocrite. But atheists do seem to specialize in
that.

And you failed to naswer if the murder of the jews was moral? May I assume
you thought it was?
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So then it's ok to follow evil laws? Like killing 6 million Jews? "I vas
only folloink orders." And what, God gives you a pass. Sorry sparky that
only refers to moral governments.
I don't remember God putting a loophole in his commandments for
"...resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek,
turn to him the other also."
The entire section of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount in which this verse
is found can be understood as one where Jesus actually serves to
elevate the importance of following Israel's moral law beyond the
letter to the spirit of the law. we are told to go the extra mile for
someone who abuses us and to pray for enemies instead of resisting
them. All of this can be generally summarized by saying we need to be
pure inside and out and should be as accommodating as possible for the
sake of a lost world.

To "turn the other cheek," does not imply pacifism, nor does it mean
we place ourselves or others in mortal danger. Like the principle of
the eye for an eye and tooth for a tooth in Matthew 5:38, turning the
other cheek refers to personal retaliation, not criminal offenses or
acts of military aggression. Clearly, Jesus did not mean to negate all
God’s laws and injunctions protecting us against violent crime or
invading armies. Rather, Jesus is speaking here of the principle of
non-retaliation to affronts against our own dignity, as well as
lawsuits to gain one’s personal assets (v. 40), infringements on one’s
liberty (v. 41), and violations of property rights (v. 42). He was
calling for a full surrender of all personal rights.

Turning the other cheek means not to return insult for insult in
retaliation, which is what most people expect and how worldly people
act. Responding to hatred with love just might grab someone's
attention and afford us a chance to share the gospel. When we respond
in a manner that is unnatural, it displays the supernatural power of
the indwelling Holy Spirit. Jesus was the perfect example because He
was silent before His accusers and did not call down revenge from
heaven on those who crucified Him.

https://www.gotquestions.org/turn-other-cheek.html
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So then it's ok to follow evil laws? Like killing 6 million Jews? "I vas
only folloink orders." And what, God gives you a pass. Sorry sparky that
only refers to moral governments.
I don't remember God putting a loophole in his commandments for
"...resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek,
turn to him the other also."
If you have a problem with that, take it up with Jesus when you see him.
"For the one in authority is God’s servant for your good. But if you do
wrong, be afraid, for rulers do not bear the sword for no reason. They are
God’s servants, agents of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer."

Who is in charge now?
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So then it's ok to follow evil laws? Like killing 6 million Jews? "I
vas
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only folloink orders." And what, God gives you a pass. Sorry sparky
that
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only refers to moral governments.
I don't remember God putting a loophole in his commandments for
"...resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek,
turn to him the other also."
If you have a problem with that, take it up with Jesus when you see him.
"For the one in authority is God’s servant for your good. But if you do
wrong, be afraid, for rulers do not bear the sword for no reason. They are
God’s servants, agents of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer."
Who is in charge now?
Adolph Hitler? Iosef Stalin? Mao? Pol-Pot? Any of the Kim Klan?

Sorry diaper bag. Resisting evil is moral, even required.
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So then it's ok to follow evil laws? Like killing 6 million Jews? "I
vas
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only folloink orders." And what, God gives you a pass. Sorry sparky
that
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only refers to moral governments.
I don't remember God putting a loophole in his commandments for
"...resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek,
turn to him the other also."
If you have a problem with that, take it up with Jesus when you see him.
"For the one in authority is God’s servant for your good. But if you do
wrong, be afraid, for rulers do not bear the sword for no reason. They
are
God’s servants, agents of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer."
Who is in charge now?
Adolph Hitler? Iosef Stalin? Mao? Pol-Pot? Any of the Kim Klan?
Sorry diaper bag. Resisting evil is moral, even required.
Calling for the extra-judicial "culling" of people you politically
dislike is immoral, and resisting it is required.
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The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
That's ironic, since the Supreme Being told Christians not to disobey
the king.
1 Peter 2:13 Submit yourselves to every ordinance of man for the Lord's
sake: whether it be to the king, as supreme; or unto governors, as unto
them that are sent by him for the punishment of evildoers, and for the
praise of them that do well.
So then it's ok to follow evil laws? Like killing 6 million Jews? "I vas
only folloink orders." And what, God gives you a pass. Sorry sparky that
only refers to moral governments.
Your creator doesn't necessarily need to be a God.... it can be what
ever you believe.... and plenty of Atheists believe in evolution, so
I'm told. But how they rationalize the fact that evolution has no more
proof of how life began than does the Bible, I don't know.

Some Atheists believe that gays are real and yet they have no scientific
proof that gays are NOT just mentally ill heterosexuals, than they have
that God created life so how they justify one belief and not the other
and it seems irrational. It looks to me like Atheists are as irrational
as Liberals are and as Christians and Muslims are.

Christmas is 4 days after the end of the shortening of the days and the
beginning of the longer days that bring warmer weather and the rebirth
of a new cycle for growing food. In short it marks the end of the week
that is the apex which marks the changing of the sun to the beginning of
a new year of life. The apex being 3.5 days before to 3,5 days after
the winter solstice.

Also known as Christmas the birth of the savior. So going by the sun,
Dec 25th is the birth of hope and a new year of life. Our creator what
ever "it" is has for better or worse linked our lives to this solar cycle.

Enjoy the new beginning.
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Your creator doesn't necessarily need to be a God.... it can be what
ever you believe.... and plenty of Atheists believe in evolution, so
I'm told. But how they rationalize the fact that evolution has no more
proof of how life began than does the Bible, I don't know.
People who have not read the Origin of Species often assume the title
refers to the origin of life itself, not speciation. The theory of
evolution does not rise or fall on a successful theory of abiogenesis,
even if you would have it so. Your attempt to expand the scope of
descent with variation to embrace abiogenesis is like armchair
quarterbacking. Michael Behe does it a lot. Here is the theory of
evolution in its entirety:

1. Organisms replicate with variations.

2, Variations which increase opportunities for replication become more
prevalent over time.

3. Repeat until organisms become mutually infertile, giving rise to species.

(No abiogenesis)
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Your creator doesn't necessarily need to be a God.... it can be what
ever you believe.... and plenty of Atheists believe in evolution, so
I'm told. But how they rationalize the fact that evolution has no more
proof of how life began than does the Bible, I don't know.
People who have not read the Origin of Species often assume the title
refers to the origin of life itself, not speciation. The theory of
evolution does not rise or fall on a successful theory of abiogenesis,
even if you would have it so. Your attempt to expand the scope of
descent with variation to embrace abiogenesis is like armchair
quarterbacking. Michael Behe does it a lot. Here is the theory of
1. Organisms replicate with variations.
2, Variations which increase opportunities for replication become more
prevalent over time.
3. Repeat until organisms become mutually infertile, giving rise to species.
(No abiogenesis)
Yeah but I did read the Panda's Thumb. I started out as a beleiver and by
the time I finished realized it was utter nonsense, Gould make such
gigantic leaps I am flbbergasted that he is held in such high regard.
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Your creator doesn't necessarily need to be a God.... it can be what
ever you believe.... and plenty of Atheists believe in evolution, so
I'm told. But how they rationalize the fact that evolution has no more
proof of how life began than does the Bible, I don't know.
People who have not read the Origin of Species often assume the title
refers to the origin of life itself, not speciation.
That was sort of my point.... Atheists think evolution has the answers
and yet it doesn't explain how life began. Evolution is the process
that happens after life exists. What is the Creator, did man come from
a stagnant pool of water, or did we evolve from the amoeba in the puddle
or were we planted here by space aliens after life began?

Was it a Big Bang or a competing theory? Atheists believe in things and
dismiss things based on belief.... belief and faith are the basis of
religion. Those "Atheists" turn out to be just Anti-Theists and at the
same time they have their own "god like humans" and government that
replace the single God.
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The theory of
evolution does not rise or fall on a successful theory of abiogenesis,
even if you would have it so. Your attempt to expand the scope of
descent with variation to embrace abiogenesis is like armchair
quarterbacking. Michael Behe does it a lot. Here is the theory of
1. Organisms replicate with variations.
DO they create new Species? Will the cats eventually evolve into a dogs?

Wouldn't there be new life forms walking out of the jungle or being
discovered that have a completely different origin from that which we
evolved from? If life changed the planet so that no more life like what
had begun could be created, wouldn't that open the door for some other
life being created? Or is there only one formula for life? And once life
is unleashed it kills all creation of new life? Is that random?

And if the universe isn't random, why not?
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2, Variations which increase opportunities for replication become more
prevalent over time.
Will fruit flies adapt to freezing cold over many thousands or millions
of generations?
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3. Repeat until organisms become mutually infertile, giving rise to species.
Wouldn't they need to evolve until two separate species have evolved in
different directions and then devolve close enough to procreate and
create a new 3rd species? And if humans evolve by mutation then isn't
abortion a violation of the evolution that nature demands and won't we
become extinct if we kill the evolution in the uterus that would have
adapted us to survive and continue evolving?

*Atheism is unsustainable, self destructive and contradicting*

isn't it? At least Atheism practiced by the average Liberal Atheist is
self destructive. It may be Liberals that have caused that self
destructive and contradicting behavior but it's still there under the
Atheist Moniker.


In millions of years dogs and cats could have evolved and then devolved
back close enough to produce a (dat or cog) a cross between the cat and
dog, which humans would do in a laboratory in a few months with gene
splicing... or they could diverge until one ends up extinct due to
adapting so exclusively to one environment that any small change will
result in extinction.... or evolutionary suicide. Their evolution
makes them unable to adapt.
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(No abiogenesis)
Yeah but I did read the Panda's Thumb. I started out as a beleiver and by
the time I finished realized it was utter nonsense, Gould make such
gigantic leaps I am flbbergasted that he is held in such high regard.
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The *REAL CHILD PREDATORS* are the Democrats who support ABORTION.
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Your creator doesn't necessarily need to be a God....  it can be what
ever you believe....  and plenty of Atheists believe in evolution, so
I'm told.  But how they rationalize the fact that evolution has no more
proof of how life began than does the Bible, I don't know.
People who have not read the Origin of Species often assume the title
refers to the origin of life itself,
And yet if evolution is correct it does tell you where life began.... or
at least gives Atheists a belief they can attribute with the beginning
of life.

Yes it's Space Aliens that planted life here and Atheists that believe
in evolution are suggesting that space aliens NOT God is responsible for
the creation of man.

When you rule out God you open the door to all the other explanations.
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Your creator doesn't necessarily need to be a God.... it can be what
ever you believe.... and plenty of Atheists believe in evolution, so
I'm told. But how they rationalize the fact that evolution has no more
proof of how life began than does the Bible, I don't know.
People who have not read the Origin of Species often assume the title
refers to the origin of life itself,
And yet if evolution is correct it does tell you where life began.... or
at least gives Atheists a belief they can attribute with the beginning
of life.
If evolution is correct it explains the diversity of life on Earth, not
the origin of life. I can tell you that as many times as you want.
Also, atheists don't "believe in evolution" we understand that evolution
explains speciation. I can tell you that as many times as you want also.
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Your creator doesn't necessarily need to be a God.... it can be
what ever you believe.... and plenty of Atheists believe in
evolution, so I'm told. But how they rationalize the fact that
evolution has no more proof of how life began than does the Bible,
I don't know.
People who have not read the Origin of Species often assume the title
refers to the origin of life itself,
And yet if evolution is correct it does tell you where life began....
or at least gives Atheists a belief they can attribute with the
beginning of life.
If evolution is correct it explains the diversity of life on Earth, not
the origin of life. I can tell you that as many times as you want.
Also, atheists don't "believe in evolution" we understand that evolution
explains speciation. I can tell you that as many times as you want also.
Ya think? Readf Gould and become a doubter. The angler fish was perhaps the
dumbest analogy I have ever read to explain evolution.
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When you rule out God you open the door to all the other explanations.
You say that like it's a bad thing.

Moses ruled out God as an explanation when he wrote that fowls were
created a day before Adam in chapter 1 of Genesis, then wrote that Adam
was created before fowls in chapter 2 of Genesis.
Rudy Canoza
2017-12-25 00:59:08 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity.
No, it doesn't. I know all about the "endowed by their creator"
language, but it is not in any way essential to the theory.
According to the dork who ignores history.
I'm not ignoring history.
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The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
You tried that already. Fuck off.
Jelf
2017-12-25 20:36:16 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official
holiday at the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god.
There's no mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the
only two mentions of religion at all are that there shall be no
religious test for holding federal office, and that the government
may neither interfere with nor promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity.
No, it doesn't. I know all about the "endowed by their creator"
language, but it is not in any way essential to the theory.
According to the dork who ignores history.
I'm not ignoring history.
Yeah, you're just ignorant.
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The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
You tried that already. Fuck off.
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2017-12-25 20:46:34 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official
holiday at the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god.
There's no mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the
only two mentions of religion at all are that there shall be no
religious test for holding federal office, and that the government
may neither interfere with nor promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity.
No, it doesn't. I know all about the "endowed by their creator"
language, but it is not in any way essential to the theory.
According to the dork who ignores history.
I'm not ignoring history.
Yeah, you're just ignorant.
Wrong.

You need to fuck off, too.
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The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
You tried that already. Fuck off.
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2017-12-25 20:55:40 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity.
No, it doesn't. I know all about the "endowed by their creator"
language, but it is not in any way essential to the theory.
According to the dork who ignores history.
I'm not ignoring history.
Post by [?g].??Ž????
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
You tried that already. Fuck off.
You either cannot read, or you cannot comprehend then.
I can do both, far better than you. You know this, too.

Now fuck off.
Wile E. Coyote
2017-12-25 16:08:37 UTC
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No, it doesn't. I know all about the "endowed by their creator"
language, but it is not in any way essential to the theory.
Well, you're an idiot so thanks but fuck off.
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Coulter.

Siri Cruise <***@yahoo.com> April 25, 2017
Jelf
2017-12-25 20:36:09 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday
at the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's
no mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two
mentions of religion at all are that there shall be no religious
test for holding federal office, and that the government may neither
interfere with nor promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity.
No, it doesn't. I know all about the "endowed by their creator"
language, but it is not in any way essential to the theory.
To a denier, that may be so. To those who fought for it and died so you
might one day live as a fool, it carries an entirely different message.
Rudy Canoza
2017-12-25 20:45:14 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday
at the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's
no mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two
mentions of religion at all are that there shall be no religious
test for holding federal office, and that the government may neither
interfere with nor promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity.
No, it doesn't. I know all about the "endowed by their creator"
language, but it is not in any way essential to the theory.
To a denier, that may be so.
It just isn't. The theory of rights in no way depends on a creator.
Post by Jelf
To those who fought for it and died so you
might one day live as a fool,
No one did that. No one fought and died for any "freedom".
Nomen Nescio
2017-12-25 00:06:42 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
I don't know about you, but my creator was my parents, not some spook
in the sky.
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 01:34:01 UTC
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I don't know about you, but my creator was my parents, not some spook
in the sky.
oooo - eeeee.
Tell me more.
Nomen Nescio
2017-12-25 06:17:05 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
I don't know about you, but my creator was my parents, not some spook
in the sky.
who created your parents? some apes in an african jungle?
Jelf
2017-12-25 20:36:13 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday
at the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's
no mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two
mentions of religion at all are that there shall be no religious
test for holding federal office, and that the government may neither
interfere with nor promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The
Declaration states that “all men are created equal, that they are
endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among
these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
I don't know about you, but my creator was my parents, not some spook
in the sky.
How many fathers did your mother admit admit to?
raykeller
2017-12-25 00:25:24 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that �all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.�
You have the meaning of the _Declaration of Independence_ out of
context, you silly.

"Their Creator" means "the pussy and the lucky dude that impregnated her".

"The pursuit of Happiness" means "Chasing pussy and fuck like rabbits".
Atheist Watch
2017-12-25 00:43:50 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that ?all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.?
You have the meaning of the _Declaration of Independence_ out of
context, you silly.
"Their Creator" means "the pussy and the lucky dude that impregnated her".
What if she's fat, ugly and stinks? Is he still lucky or was it bad
judgement?
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"The pursuit of Happiness" means "Chasing pussy and fuck like rabbits".
Happiness is catching it - and not catching anything else. If it has
an Obama, Clinton or Bernie sticker on it, "leaflets three leave it
be; labia white, take flight."
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2017-12-25 16:07:29 UTC
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a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's n
o
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mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
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ng
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federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that ï¿œall men are created equal, that they are endowed b
y their
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Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.ᅵ
You have the meaning of the _Declaration of Independence_ out of
context, you silly.
"Their Creator" means "the pussy and the lucky dude that impregnated her".
"The pursuit of Happiness" means "Chasing pussy and fuck like rabbits".
People like you do not belong in this country.
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Coulter.

Siri Cruise <***@yahoo.com> April 25, 2017
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a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's
n
o
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holdi
ng
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federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The
Declaration states that ï¿œall men are created equal, that they are
endowed b
y their
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Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.ᅵ
You have the meaning of the _Declaration of Independence_ out of
context, you silly.
"Their Creator" means "the pussy and the lucky dude that impregnated her".
Who created that pussy?
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"The pursuit of Happiness" means "Chasing pussy and fuck like
rabbits".
It also means destroying those who threaten you.
hypatiab7
2017-12-25 04:58:19 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Jefferson didn't write that line. He had to accept it's addition for other state representatives to sign it. But, since the Declaration isn't a set of
laws, that doesn't matter. The only place your fictional god was mentioned
in the Constitution was in the date. And we no longer use that dating system officially in the United States. Only diehard silly religers use it. And, oh, yes, your nym is stupid. No one cares who you are.
Gospel Ted
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Nowhere does it even suggest that the Creator is your Xian god, you lying
shit-head.
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 11:12:39 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that ?all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.?
Nowhere does it even suggest that the Creator is your Xian god, you lying
shit-head.
I didn't say it did.
But, you are an idiot if you feel our founding fathers were Muslims,
Jews, or Buddhists.
Atheist Watch
2017-12-25 00:39:55 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
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You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
You're still an asshole.
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In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god.
There's that deficient California history education again.
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2017-12-25 01:15:49 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
You're still an asshole.
I'm not. I'm better than you in every way, including character and
personality.
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In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god.
There's that deficient California history education again.
Nope. I'm right. The Treaty of Tripoli (Treaty of Peace and Friendship
between the United States of America and the Bey and Subjects of Tripoli
of Barbary, 1796) proves I'm right.
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2017-12-25 12:57:39 UTC
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You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
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Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
We thank you for honoring our holiday.
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In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
the dukester, American-American


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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
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You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
We thank you for honoring our holiday.
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In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
the dukester, American-American
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The Catholic Church is like a thick steak, a glass of red wine
and a good cigar.
Is that what their priests do after buggering boys?
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You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
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Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
We thank you for honoring our holiday.
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In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
the dukester, American-American
*****
The Catholic Church is like a thick steak, a glass of red wine
and a good cigar.
G.K. Chesterton
*****
Unfortunately your current pope, in his vast ignorance and worship of Marx
is going to destroy your church.
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It's time for the students to step up their game and kill people like
Coulter.

Siri Cruise <***@yahoo.com> April 25, 2017
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2017-12-25 19:41:27 UTC
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Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
We thank you for honoring our holiday.
I'm not, Douche. I'm just taking the holiday my employer gives me.
Post by duke
Post by Rudy Canoza
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
You need to get out too, Douche. You're a terrible American.
Post by duke
the douchebag, smug fat prick and congenital liar
*****
The Catholic Church is like a whorehouse full of HIV and pox
Patrick Barker
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Klaus Schadenfreude
2017-12-25 13:59:36 UTC
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Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed.
In fact, ALL Jolly Kone employees have the day off today.

[chuckle]
Wile E. Coyote
2017-12-25 16:13:00 UTC
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Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Fuck off. I'm taking the day off, because it's an official holiday at
the firm where I am employed. You have no say in it.
What an angry little shit you are
Post by Rudy Canoza
In no way was the United States founded on a belief in god. There's no
Your ignorance is vast, do not get lost in it.
Post by Rudy Canoza
mention of that in the Constitution, and in fact the only two mentions
of religion at all are that there shall be no religious test for holding
federal office, and that the government may neither interfere with nor
promote religion.
Get the hell out of our secularly founded country, asshole.
Make me, fucktard. Go ahead, I dare you.
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Coulter.

Siri Cruise <***@yahoo.com> April 25, 2017
j***@gmail.com
2017-12-24 22:59:04 UTC
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Merry Christmas, you scumbags.
lol
Anonymous Remailer (austria)
2017-12-24 23:00:41 UTC
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You don't believe in God
Fuck you and fuck god.
Wile E. Coyote
2017-12-25 15:37:03 UTC
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You don't believe in God
Fuck you and fuck god.
Why, how liberal of you. No wonder you are hated by decent people.
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Coulter.

Siri Cruise <***@yahoo.com> April 25, 2017
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2017-12-25 20:36:07 UTC
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Post by Anonymous Remailer (austria)
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God
Fuck you and fuck god.
Merry Christmas.

God created you.
Mitchell Holman
2017-12-24 23:13:27 UTC
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Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.




"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson


"I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Early
in life, I absenteed myself from Christian assemblies."
-- Benjamin Franklin


"The purpose of separation of church and state is
to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless
strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood
for centuries."
-- James Madison


"The divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
absurdity. Nowhere in the Gospels do we find a precept
for Creeds, Confessions, Oaths, Doctrines, and whole
carloads of other foolish trumpery that we find in
Christianity."
-- John Adams


"Question with boldness even the existence of God;
because, if there be one, he must more approve of the
homage of reason than that of blindfolded fear."
-- Thomas Jefferson


"All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish,
Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human
inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and
monopolize power and profit.
-- Thomas Paine, (1737-1809)


"It is from the Bible that man has learned cruelty,
rapine and murder; for the belief of a cruel God
makes a cruel man.
-- Thomas Paine


"The Bible: a history of wickedness that has served
to corrupt and brutalise mankind.
-- Thomas Paine


"The Christian system of religion is an outrage on
common sense."
-- Thomas Paine


"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson


"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
DoD
2017-12-24 23:15:09 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Early
in life, I absenteed myself from Christian assemblies."
-- Benjamin Franklin
"The purpose of separation of church and state is
to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless
strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood
for centuries."
-- James Madison
"The divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
absurdity. Nowhere in the Gospels do we find a precept
for Creeds, Confessions, Oaths, Doctrines, and whole
carloads of other foolish trumpery that we find in
Christianity."
-- John Adams
"Question with boldness even the existence of God;
because, if there be one, he must more approve of the
homage of reason than that of blindfolded fear."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish,
Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human
inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and
monopolize power and profit.
-- Thomas Paine, (1737-1809)
"It is from the Bible that man has learned cruelty,
rapine and murder; for the belief of a cruel God
makes a cruel man.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Bible: a history of wickedness that has served
to corrupt and brutalise mankind.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Christian system of religion is an outrage on
common sense."
-- Thomas Paine
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
I wonder how many of those quotes are fabrications?

When dealing with holman, you have to ask that question....
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Komunisti ovi, oni
Sire sotonske fraze
Da nas poraze
E, moj narode, e, moj narode
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Kevrob
2017-12-24 23:43:26 UTC
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Post by DoD
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
[snip]
Post by DoD
Post by Mitchell Holman
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
I wonder how many of those quotes are fabrications?
When dealing with holman, you have to ask that question....
--
Antikristi i masoni
A loon going on about the Masons in a foreign language
criticizes the authenticity of quotes that can be easily checked?

Here's the source of the last Adams quote:

https://founders.archives.gov/documents/Adams/99-02-02-6744

It is better if posters footnote quotes, but these
sentiments are not strange to the collection of
the devout, the nominally Christian, deists, etc
who made up the Founders, the Framers and those
who fought in or supported the revolution.

Kevin R
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 00:17:24 UTC
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Post by DoD
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Early
in life, I absenteed myself from Christian assemblies."
-- Benjamin Franklin
"The purpose of separation of church and state is
to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless
strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood
for centuries."
-- James Madison
"The divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
absurdity. Nowhere in the Gospels do we find a precept
for Creeds, Confessions, Oaths, Doctrines, and whole
carloads of other foolish trumpery that we find in
Christianity."
-- John Adams
"Question with boldness even the existence of God;
because, if there be one, he must more approve of the
homage of reason than that of blindfolded fear."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish,
Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human
inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and
monopolize power and profit.
-- Thomas Paine, (1737-1809)
"It is from the Bible that man has learned cruelty,
rapine and murder; for the belief of a cruel God
makes a cruel man.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Bible: a history of wickedness that has served
to corrupt and brutalise mankind.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Christian system of religion is an outrage on
common sense."
-- Thomas Paine
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
I wonder how many of those quotes are fabrications?
When dealing with holman, you have to ask that question....
holman has been a liar for years.
Just ask him.
Rudy Canoza
2017-12-25 01:13:57 UTC
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Post by [?g].??Ž????
Post by DoD
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Early
in life, I absenteed myself from Christian assemblies."
-- Benjamin Franklin
"The purpose of separation of church and state is
to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless
strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood
for centuries."
-- James Madison
"The divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
absurdity. Nowhere in the Gospels do we find a precept
for Creeds, Confessions, Oaths, Doctrines, and whole
carloads of other foolish trumpery that we find in
Christianity."
-- John Adams
"Question with boldness even the existence of God;
because, if there be one, he must more approve of the
homage of reason than that of blindfolded fear."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish,
Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human
inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and
monopolize power and profit.
-- Thomas Paine, (1737-1809)
"It is from the Bible that man has learned cruelty,
rapine and murder; for the belief of a cruel God
makes a cruel man.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Bible: a history of wickedness that has served
to corrupt and brutalise mankind.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Christian system of religion is an outrage on
common sense."
-- Thomas Paine
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
I wonder how many of those quotes are fabrications?
When dealing with holman, you have to ask that question....
holman has been a liar for years.
Just ask him.
He lied about three of the quotes. One is not an authentic quote at
all, and the other two he took so far out of context as to make them
diametrically opposed to what the person actually said.
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 01:36:13 UTC
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Post by [?g].??Ž????
Post by DoD
I wonder how many of those quotes are fabrications?
When dealing with holman, you have to ask that question....
holman has been a liar for years.
Just ask him.
He lied about three of the quotes. One is not an authentic quote at
all, and the other two he took so far out of context as to make them
diametrically opposed to what the person actually said.
holman has been lying to me for years.
MattB
2017-12-25 01:38:44 UTC
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Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by [?g].??Ž????
Post by DoD
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Early
in life, I absenteed myself from Christian assemblies."
-- Benjamin Franklin
"The purpose of separation of church and state is
to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless
strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood
for centuries."
-- James Madison
"The divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
absurdity. Nowhere in the Gospels do we find a precept
for Creeds, Confessions, Oaths, Doctrines, and whole
carloads of other foolish trumpery that we find in
Christianity."
-- John Adams
"Question with boldness even the existence of God;
because, if there be one, he must more approve of the
homage of reason than that of blindfolded fear."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish,
Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human
inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and
monopolize power and profit.
-- Thomas Paine, (1737-1809)
"It is from the Bible that man has learned cruelty,
rapine and murder; for the belief of a cruel God
makes a cruel man.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Bible: a history of wickedness that has served
to corrupt and brutalise mankind.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Christian system of religion is an outrage on
common sense."
-- Thomas Paine
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
I wonder how many of those quotes are fabrications?
When dealing with holman, you have to ask that question....
holman has been a liar for years.
Just ask him.
He lied about three of the quotes. One is not an authentic quote at
all, and the other two he took so far out of context as to make them
diametrically opposed to what the person actually said.
Rudy you and Patrick Barker agreeing on something is no surprise as
you are both so alike.
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 11:15:38 UTC
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Post by MattB
Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by [?g].??Ž????
Post by DoD
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Early
in life, I absenteed myself from Christian assemblies."
-- Benjamin Franklin
"The purpose of separation of church and state is
to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless
strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood
for centuries."
-- James Madison
"The divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
absurdity. Nowhere in the Gospels do we find a precept
for Creeds, Confessions, Oaths, Doctrines, and whole
carloads of other foolish trumpery that we find in
Christianity."
-- John Adams
"Question with boldness even the existence of God;
because, if there be one, he must more approve of the
homage of reason than that of blindfolded fear."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish,
Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human
inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and
monopolize power and profit.
-- Thomas Paine, (1737-1809)
"It is from the Bible that man has learned cruelty,
rapine and murder; for the belief of a cruel God
makes a cruel man.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Bible: a history of wickedness that has served
to corrupt and brutalise mankind.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Christian system of religion is an outrage on
common sense."
-- Thomas Paine
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
I wonder how many of those quotes are fabrications?
When dealing with holman, you have to ask that question....
holman has been a liar for years.
Just ask him.
He lied about three of the quotes. One is not an authentic quote at
all, and the other two he took so far out of context as to make them
diametrically opposed to what the person actually said.
Rudy you and Patrick Barker agreeing on something is no surprise as
you are both so alike.
OK.
Rudy is just another name on the newsgroup.
He sometimes makes sense.

Unlike you - the newsgroup troll (Head troll at the present time) -
who only posts here to make noise and get attention.
MattB
2017-12-25 22:54:16 UTC
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Post by [?g].??Ž????
Post by MattB
Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by [?g].??Ž????
Post by DoD
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Early
in life, I absenteed myself from Christian assemblies."
-- Benjamin Franklin
"The purpose of separation of church and state is
to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless
strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood
for centuries."
-- James Madison
"The divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
absurdity. Nowhere in the Gospels do we find a precept
for Creeds, Confessions, Oaths, Doctrines, and whole
carloads of other foolish trumpery that we find in
Christianity."
-- John Adams
"Question with boldness even the existence of God;
because, if there be one, he must more approve of the
homage of reason than that of blindfolded fear."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish,
Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human
inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and
monopolize power and profit.
-- Thomas Paine, (1737-1809)
"It is from the Bible that man has learned cruelty,
rapine and murder; for the belief of a cruel God
makes a cruel man.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Bible: a history of wickedness that has served
to corrupt and brutalise mankind.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Christian system of religion is an outrage on
common sense."
-- Thomas Paine
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
I wonder how many of those quotes are fabrications?
When dealing with holman, you have to ask that question....
holman has been a liar for years.
Just ask him.
He lied about three of the quotes. One is not an authentic quote at
all, and the other two he took so far out of context as to make them
diametrically opposed to what the person actually said.
Rudy you and Patrick Barker agreeing on something is no surprise as
you are both so alike.
OK.
Rudy is just another name on the newsgroup.
He sometimes makes sense.
You and he's posting style is much alike.
Post by [?g].??Ž????
Unlike you - the newsgroup troll (Head troll at the present time) -
who only posts here to make noise and get attention.
Why do I need attention? I reply in kind to his post, and Patrick
Barker starts whining.

hypatiab7
2017-12-25 06:19:10 UTC
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Post by DoD
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Early
in life, I absenteed myself from Christian assemblies."
-- Benjamin Franklin
"The purpose of separation of church and state is
to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless
strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood
for centuries."
-- James Madison
"The divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
absurdity. Nowhere in the Gospels do we find a precept
for Creeds, Confessions, Oaths, Doctrines, and whole
carloads of other foolish trumpery that we find in
Christianity."
-- John Adams
"Question with boldness even the existence of God;
because, if there be one, he must more approve of the
homage of reason than that of blindfolded fear."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish,
Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human
inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and
monopolize power and profit.
-- Thomas Paine, (1737-1809)
"It is from the Bible that man has learned cruelty,
rapine and murder; for the belief of a cruel God
makes a cruel man.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Bible: a history of wickedness that has served
to corrupt and brutalise mankind.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Christian system of religion is an outrage on
common sense."
-- Thomas Paine
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
I wonder how many of those quotes are fabrications?
When dealing with holman, you have to ask that question....
holman has been a liar for years.
Just ask him.
Is that why you're hiding behind one of the stupidest nyms I've ever seen.
I wonder how many times he's proved you wrong when you used another nym.
hypatiab7
2017-12-25 05:51:09 UTC
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Post by DoD
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"I have found Christian dogma unintelligible. Early
in life, I absenteed myself from Christian assemblies."
-- Benjamin Franklin
"The purpose of separation of church and state is
to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless
strife that has soaked the soil of Europe in blood
for centuries."
-- James Madison
"The divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for
absurdity. Nowhere in the Gospels do we find a precept
for Creeds, Confessions, Oaths, Doctrines, and whole
carloads of other foolish trumpery that we find in
Christianity."
-- John Adams
"Question with boldness even the existence of God;
because, if there be one, he must more approve of the
homage of reason than that of blindfolded fear."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"All national institutions of churches, whether Jewish,
Christian or Turkish, appear to me no other than human
inventions, set up to terrify and enslave mankind, and
monopolize power and profit.
-- Thomas Paine, (1737-1809)
"It is from the Bible that man has learned cruelty,
rapine and murder; for the belief of a cruel God
makes a cruel man.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Bible: a history of wickedness that has served
to corrupt and brutalise mankind.
-- Thomas Paine
"The Christian system of religion is an outrage on
common sense."
-- Thomas Paine
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
I wonder how many of those quotes are fabrications?
When dealing with Holman, you have to ask that question....
They're real quotes.
Rudy Canoza
2017-12-25 00:06:14 UTC
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Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
Fake quote.
http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2006/07/07/false-founding-father-quotes-f/
Post by Mitchell Holman
[snip the ones I won't even attempt to verify because Bitch Holeman has alerady been caught lying too many times in this post]
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
What Jefferson actually wrote:

Those who live by mystery & charlatanerie, fearing you would render them
useless by simplifying the Christian philosophy,―the most sublime &
benevolent, but most perverted system that ever shone on man,―endeavored
to crush your well-earnt & well-deserved fame.

http://www.fallacyfiles.org/contexts.html
Post by Mitchell Holman
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
What Adams actually wrote:

Twenty times, in the course of my late Reading, have I been upon the
point of breaking out, “This would be the best of all possible Worlds,
if there were no Religion in it”!!! But in this exclamati[, Start
insertion,on, End,] I Should have been as fanatical as Bryant or
Cleverly. Without Religion this World would be Something not fit to be
mentioned in polite Company, I mean Hell.

https://founders.archives.gov/documents/Adams/99-02-02-6744

In other words, diametrically opposite to Bitch Holeman's out-of-context
partial quote.


Fuck off, Bitch Holeman. Two of your "quotes" are grotesque
distortions, and one isn't a valid quote at all.
hypatiab7
2017-12-25 06:08:22 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
Fake quote.
http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2006/07/07/false-founding-father-quotes-f/
Post by Mitchell Holman
[snip the ones I won't even attempt to verify because Bitch Holeman has alerady been caught lying too many times in this post]
You're the liar.
Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by Mitchell Holman
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
Those who live by mystery & charlatanerie, fearing you would render them
useless by simplifying the Christian philosophy,―the most sublime &
benevolent, but most perverted system that ever shone on man,―endeavored
to crush your well-earnt & well-deserved fame.
http://www.fallacyfiles.org/contexts.html
Post by Mitchell Holman
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
Twenty times, in the course of my late Reading, have I been upon the
point of breaking out, “This would be the best of all possible Worlds,
if there were no Religion in it”!!! But in this exclamati[, Start
insertion,on, End,] I Should have been as fanatical as Bryant or
Cleverly. Without Religion this World would be Something not fit to be
mentioned in polite Company, I mean Hell.
https://founders.archives.gov/documents/Adams/99-02-02-6744
In other words, diametrically opposite to Bitch Holeman's out-of-context
partial quote.
Fuck off, Bitch Holeman. Two of your "quotes" are grotesque
distortions, and one isn't a valid quote at all.
Christopher A. Lee
2017-12-25 12:06:17 UTC
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Post by hypatiab7
Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by Mitchell Holman
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
Fake quote.
http://scienceblogs.com/dispatches/2006/07/07/false-founding-father-quotes-f/
Post by Mitchell Holman
[snip the ones I won't even attempt to verify because Bitch Holeman has alerady been caught lying too many times in this post]
You're the liar.
Post by Rudy Canoza
Post by Mitchell Holman
"Christianity is the most perverted system that
ever shone on man."
-- Thomas Jefferson
Those who live by mystery & charlatanerie, fearing you would render them
useless by simplifying the Christian philosophy,?the most sublime &
benevolent, but most perverted system that ever shone on man,?endeavored
to crush your well-earnt & well-deserved fame.
http://www.fallacyfiles.org/contexts.html
Post by Mitchell Holman
"This would be the best of all possible worlds,
if there were no religion in it."
-- John Adams
Twenty times, in the course of my late Reading, have I been upon the
point of breaking out, “This would be the best of all possible Worlds,
if there were no Religion in it”!!! But in this exclamati[, Start
insertion,on, End,] I Should have been as fanatical as Bryant or
Cleverly. Without Religion this World would be Something not fit to be
mentioned in polite Company, I mean Hell.
https://founders.archives.gov/documents/Adams/99-02-02-6744
In other words, diametrically opposite to Bitch Holeman's out-of-context
partial quote.
Fuck off, Bitch Holeman. Two of your "quotes" are grotesque
distortions, and one isn't a valid quote at all.
The psychopath crashes our space, lies about both us and the country
and then tells us to fuck off.
[?g].??Ž????
2017-12-25 00:16:45 UTC
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Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was
founded on a belief in God.
Wrong.
"I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming
feature."
-- Thomas Jefferson
The Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson and
edited by his fellow delegates, contains a theory of rights that
depends on a Supreme Being, not man, for its validity. The Declaration
states that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their
Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life,
Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Yap Honghor
2017-12-24 23:16:31 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
Fucking moron....we are celebrating solstice. Is that against the law?
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
And that is delusion. Moron, do you know that your pixie could not deal with 9/11 tragedy?
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in the laws of this great nation. You would rather hand
it over on bended knee to hordes of savages who will gladly kill you for
your naive stupidity.
Fucking naive idiot talking here stupidly!!!!!!!!
Post by Dilfert
You were blessed with life on this earth, not by psychopathic mentally ill
men putting dicks up their asses, but by a man and a woman.
Nature that gave rise to all lives in this universe, but you home school moron refuse to accept it.
Post by Dilfert
Conservatives finally stood up and elected Donald Trump to put a stop to
your liberal stupidity. His mission is to drain the swamp of left-wing
influences. So far he is on point and performing that task.
So, you love you stupid lying and groping moron?
Post by Dilfert
Your asses better be at work tomorrow because if you aren't, your name is
going on the long list of hypocrits for natural selection culling.
And there are many believers working too, except you scumbag!!!!
Post by Dilfert
Merry Christmas, you scumbags.
Fuck your delusion day!!!
Siri Cruise
2017-12-24 23:33:48 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
Lamer than lame troll. Try again.
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Atheist Watch
2017-12-25 00:48:37 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
Lamer than lame troll. Try again.
"You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.", was the direct quote.

Look who's home alone for Christmas again this year. Maybe you could
go to a homeless shelter and get laid.
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2017-12-25 15:37:38 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
Lamer than lame troll. Try again.
And you are an expert on lame, aintcha, cunt?
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Coulter.

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Pure Malice
2017-12-25 02:44:07 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
You don't believe in the laws of this great nation. You would rather hand
it over on bended knee to hordes of savages who will gladly kill you for
your naive stupidity.
You were blessed with life on this earth, not by psychopathic mentally ill
men putting dicks up their asses, but by a man and a woman.
Conservatives finally stood up and elected Donald Trump to put a stop to
your liberal stupidity. His mission is to drain the swamp of left-wing
influences. So far he is on point and performing that task.
Your asses better be at work tomorrow because if you aren't, your name is
going on the long list of hypocrits for natural selection culling.
Merry Christmas, you scumbags.
Ha! Ha! Yeah, Merry Christmas to the scumbags.
Olrik
2017-12-25 04:06:30 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
1/5 on the Troll Meter (tm) : too obvious.

Now FOAD and fill my car.
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hypatiab7
2017-12-25 04:42:15 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
You don't believe in the laws of this great nation. You would rather hand
it over on bended knee to hordes of savages who will gladly kill you for
your naive stupidity.
You were blessed with life on this earth, not by psychopathic mentally ill
men putting dicks up their asses, but by a man and a woman.
Conservatives finally stood up and elected Donald Trump to put a stop to
your liberal stupidity. His mission is to drain the swamp of left-wing
influences. So far he is on point and performing that task.
Your asses better be at work tomorrow because if you aren't, your name is
going on the long list of hypocrits for natural selection culling.
Merry Christmas, you scumbags.
Every time a religious holiday comes along, some dingbat writes this kind of message thinking that they are being original. This atheist is retired, but
many times over the years I did work on religious holidays , so that others could have the day off to be with their families. Of course, it didn't hurt getting paid double time. I can also add to this that I always, except for one time worked the Friday after Thanksgiving so that others could have the weekend
with their families. The one time I wasn't able to do this, I was called a bitch. That's thanks for you. It's a good thing they started giving us that
Friday off a couple years later because I took off that Friday the two last times.
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2017-12-25 12:02:51 UTC
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Post by hypatiab7
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
An outright lie. It was founded on individual freedom of conscience.
Post by hypatiab7
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in the laws of this great nation. You would rather hand
it over on bended knee to hordes of savages who will gladly kill you for
your naive stupidity.
A deliberately nasty lie.
Post by hypatiab7
Post by Dilfert
You were blessed with life on this earth, not by psychopathic mentally ill
men putting dicks up their asses, but by a man and a woman.
What a fucking moron.
Post by hypatiab7
Post by Dilfert
Conservatives finally stood up and elected Donald Trump to put a stop to
your liberal stupidity. His mission is to drain the swamp of left-wing
influences. So far he is on point and performing that task.
What "liberal stupidity" was the deliberately nasty liar lying about?
Post by hypatiab7
Post by Dilfert
Your asses better be at work tomorrow because if you aren't, your name is
going on the long list of hypocrits for natural selection culling.
Was that meant to make any sense?
Post by hypatiab7
Post by Dilfert
Merry Christmas, you scumbags.
He's certifiable.
Post by hypatiab7
Every time a religious holiday comes along, some dingbat writes this
kind of message thinking that they are being original. This atheist is
retired, but many times over the years I did work on religious holidays ,
so that others could have the day off to be with their families. Of course,
it didn't hurt getting paid double time. I can also add to this that I always,
except for one time worked the Friday after Thanksgiving so that others
could have the weekend with their families. The one time I wasn't able to
do this, I was called a bitch. That's thanks for you. It's a good thing they
started giving us that Friday off a couple years later because I took off
that Friday the two last times.
I used to do the on-call on these days, because I was a bachelor as
well as an atheist, and my own family was several thousand miles away.

Religion brings out this kind of deliberate nastiness in far too many
believers, like this one.
Gospel Ted
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
Yet you're not even patriotic enough to read the writings of the FF or you
wouldn't be so pig ignorant of US history. Idiot.
Tim
2017-12-25 08:45:03 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You Christians stole Saturnalia, you'd best spend today in hell.
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
I don't give a fuck about American patriotism, I'm not American.
Post by Dilfert
You don't believe in the laws of this great nation. You would rather hand
it over on bended knee to hordes of savages who will gladly kill you for
your naive stupidity.
You don't have to cross any borders to find plenty of stupidity in the USA.
Post by Dilfert
You were blessed with life on this earth, not by psychopathic mentally ill
men putting dicks up their asses, but by a man and a woman.
Conservatives finally stood up and elected Donald Trump to put a stop to
your liberal stupidity. His mission is to drain the swamp of left-wing
influences. So far he is on point and performing that task.
Trump is an idiot and douche bag, so are you.
Post by Dilfert
Your asses better be at work tomorrow because if you aren't, your name is
going on the long list of hypocrits for natural selection culling.
Learn how to spell, you dumb cunt.
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Merry Christmas, you scumbags.
Fuck you, stupid Christian.
Yap Honghor
2017-12-25 09:11:30 UTC
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What sucking greatness, moron?
L.Roberts
2017-12-25 15:47:36 UTC
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You don't believe in God, you don't deserve to celebrate any day
associated with his greatness.
You don't believe in American patriotism, the core of which was founded on
a belief in God.
You don't believe in the laws of this great nation. You would rather hand
it over on bended knee to hordes of savages who will gladly kill you for
your naive stupidity.
You were blessed with life on this earth, not by psychopathic mentally ill
men putting dicks up their asses, but by a man and a woman.
Conservatives finally stood up and elected Donald Trump to put a stop to
your liberal stupidity. His mission is to drain the swamp of left-wing
influences. So far he is on point and performing that task.
Your asses better be at work tomorrow because if you aren't, your name is
going on the long list of hypocrits for natural selection culling.
Merry Christmas, you scumbags.
Lol, I am retired, don't have to go to work at all. However, if I wasn't, I would still take this day to observe The Winter Soltice, the true meaning of ancient celebrations and not xmass which was sleazy sleazed upon the poorly educated.
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