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Its easy to justify that your own thoughts and beliefs are normal but its hard to look at others belief and thoughts that are different than yours and not judge. we shall not judge. Let the judgeing be done by the man upstairs. The same can be said about sin. You can justify your own sins as normal but you look at other peoples sins that are different than your own personal sin and you judge them. Just had to throw this in.
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"Daniel son" I think your being recruited by Michael Mahoney
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in 2004 the fed goverment spent 176 billion to cover medical expense's. Hey Obama! Are you listening I have another Idea for a bail out plan that will stimulate the economy. GET RID OF ILLEGALS = LESS MONEY THE GOVERMENT HAS TO PAY OUT AND MORE JOBS. HMM IMAGINE THAT. Sorry getting off subject here a little bit. One more fact about obamacare It will cover illegal immigrants!Sounds smart!! Hey while you are at it MR Obama, why dont you just go ahead and raise our taxes some more and cover the whole world under obamacare. you can call it ObamaHitlerCare!! lol
Toggle Commented Oct 8, 2009 on 10 lies Obamacare told me at two or three . net
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Louis good Post. Everyone in the end is out to make a name for themself's one way or another. It just comes down if they have evil intentions or how they are willing to accomplish there goals. The right and truthful way or the wrong and evil way.
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Hi Keith: what is your reputable source you are going by to disregard my numbers? The Ferderal goverment? If it is you can't believe the fed goverment. They always have something political in mind.
Toggle Commented Oct 8, 2009 on 10 lies Obamacare told me at two or three . net
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Agreed "Daniel son" there is so much coruption and too many greedy evil people trying to make a name for themselfs that makes not looking at the data that is shoved down our throats very very dangerous.
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Louis once again do you have a point to your rambles. This is my outlook. What matters most is your personel relationship with god. Not your relationship with a specific church. Even though i do believe if you find the right church to fit you it does bring you closer to him. But don't forget a church doesn't half to be inside a church building. A church is a gathering of 2 or more people talking about god. Rather it be at the grocery store or at work.
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Increase the Greenhouse gas i want to ware shorts all year!! Wakim: if your still on this site that post was very insightful!
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Oh and by the way I leave all my lights on 24/7
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Al Gore Created the Internet!!!!
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One more throw in here. There are 30 to 40 million (low estimate) Illegals in this country and only 30,000 hospitals. 10,000 illegals enter the country each day. Just look at that figure and you tell me why we have a health care problem.
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2009 on 10 lies Obamacare told me at two or three . net
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nice throw in Louis. Sike....... Obama Care is no good. If we want to correct health care there is only one change that needs to be made. Follow our constitution. If your Illegal in this country kick them out. They are the ones throwing a wrench in the system. They come over here take our jobs and don't pay taxes and then they go to the hosipital and get free hospital coverage because they are illegal and can't speek english. In turn "we the People" Pay higher insurance premiums and hospitals go bankrupt because they don't get paid.
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2009 on 10 lies Obamacare told me at two or three . net
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However big the business, its power over the average American is quite limited. Consider the computer tycoon Michael Dell. What power does he have over me? He must buy expensive ads on TV and in magazines. He must convince me to call up and order a Dell computer and give the Dell people my credit card number. Now I would never do this unless I was convinced Dell’s computer was worth that money. In short, Mr. Dell must win my consent before he can get a single dollar out of me. But this is not true of big government. Let me illustrate with an example, which I have drawn from economist Walter Williams. The federal government has a program called Social Security that is intended to help me save for my retirement. What if I were to say: “I appreciate the gesture, folks, but no thanks. I don’t want to be part of this program. I am not going to pay any Social Security taxes, and I forgo any future claim on benefits. When I am old and cannot support myself, I will draw on my private savings, or rely on relatives and friends, or appeal to private charities. And if all of these measures fail, I will endure my fate.” How would the government respond to this? The government would, of course, respond by killing me. This may seem like paranoid speculation on my part, so let’s explore the hypothesis further. I refuse to pay Social Security taxes. The government sends me notices and imposes fines. I ignore the notices and refuse to pay the fines. Federal agents then come to seize my property. I, taking my gun out of my desk drawer, make whatever attempts I can to protect what is mine. Since I am a poor shot and there are many more of them, the outcome can be told in advance. They will win, and I will be dead. The purpose of this anecdote is to show that what distinguishes the government from the private sector is the power of coercion. In some ways the most insignificant government bureaucrat—the parking meter attendant, the IRS examiner, the guy at the Department of Motor Vehicles, the immigration official—has more power over me than the CEO of Dell Computer or General Electric. And this power of coercion, which is inherent in the nature of government, fundamentally undermines the claim that the government is doing a moral thing by helping people. Let me show why this is so. I am walking down the street, eating a sandwich, when I am approached by a hungry man. He wants to share my sandwich. Now if I give him the sandwich, I have done a good deed, and I feel good about it. The hungry man feels grateful to me, and even if he cannot repay me for my kindness, possibly he will try to help someone else when he has the chance. So this is a transaction that benefits both the giver and the receiver. But see what happens if the government gets involved. The government takes my sandwich from me by force. Consequently, I am a reluctant giver. The government then bestows my sandwich on the hungry man. Instead of being thankful to me, however, the man feels entitled to this benefit. In other words, the involvement of the state has utterly stripped the transaction of its moral value, even though the result is exactly the same. Now let’s keep the same scenario but change the outcome. I am approached by the hungry man, as before, but this time, instead of agreeing to share my sandwich, I refuse to do so. Along comes a third man, who pulls out a gun, points it at my head, and forces me to hand over my sandwich to him, upon which he gives it to the hungry guy. What is the moral quality of the gunman’s action? I think most people would consider him an unscrupulous thug who should be apprehended and punished. Yet when the government does precisely the same thing—forcibly seizing from some in order to give to others—the liberal insists the government is acting in a just and moral manner. This is clearly not true. “The era of Big Government is over,” Bill Clinton assured us. Although the welfare state has lost some of its legitimacy, the federal government is still too large and overbearing. Unlike big corporations, the federal government has the coercive power to confiscate our earnings and control our lives. Over the past few decades, the expansion of government has led to a diminished sense of freedom and personal responsibility. We must continue to work to limit the size of government. Ronald Reagan’s dictum remains pertinent: Big government is not the solution; big government is the problem.
Toggle Commented Oct 7, 2009 on Obamacare PSA at two or three . net
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you got me Louis, you got me! How stupid of me...
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I like to think I'm Pretty Rational about things! Christian or not Christian I still don't see how anyone no matter what religion you are can possibly think abortion is right.
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:-)
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2009 on Did God create evil? at two or three . net
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When you post commentary, voluntarily, on the worldwide persecution of gays, I'll get interested in abortion. LOUIS THINK ABOUT THE UNBORN GAYS THAT HAVE BEEN ABORTED. ONE OF THE COULD OF BEEN YOUR MARTIN LUTHER KING. BUT YOU WILL NEVER KNOW!
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Louis said... Your jibe would hurt more if you had the slightest idea of what you're talking about rather than the usual incoherent blather. LOUIS I'M PRETTY SURE YOUR THE ONE TALKING INCOHERENT BLATHER HERE. YES THIS IS CAPS. I'M YELLING. Louis said... I prefer to get outraged over the living and breathing. When you post commentary, voluntarily, on the worldwide persecution of gays, I'll get interested in abortion. I'M PRETTY SURE THE "PEOPLE" THAT HAVE BEEN ABORTED WAS "LIVING" AND BREATHING.THEY MIGHT OF BEEN LIVING AND BREATHING WITH THE HELP OF THERE MOTHER BUT STILL ALIVE. IN THE END ANY MOM THAT HAS AN ABORTION HAS MURDERED HER CHILD.WHY ARE PEOPLE SO COLD THESES DAYS. I DON'T SEE HOW ANYONE COULD THINK ABORTION IS OK. It is a poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish. Mother Teresa
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One night I dreamed I was walking along the beach with the Lord. Many scenes from my life flashed across the sky. In each scene I noticed footprints in the sand. Sometimes there were two sets of footprints, other times there was one only. This bothered me because I noticed that during the low periods of my life, when I was suffering from anguish, sorrow or defeat, I could see only one set of footprints, so I said to the Lord, “You promised me Lord, that if I followed you, you would walk with me always. But I have noticed that during the most trying periods of my life there has only been one set of footprints in the sand. Why, when I needed you most, have you not been there for me?” The Lord replied, “The years when you have seen only one set of footprints, my child, is when I carried you.”
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2009 on Did God create evil? at two or three . net
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Louis your a tard and so is Al Gore lol.
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