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Bill Clinton has a dream…during a MLK celebration speech!

posted by Robert Gelinas



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Steve K.

posted January 22, 2008 at 7:32 pm


I heard about this incident! How sad/funny. Poor Hillary is getting disgraced by her husband’s bad behavior left and right.
Not that I care to see Hillary get a taste of her own medicine. Her constant attacks and dirty politics really make me sick.
Obama ’08!



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Bob Agard

posted January 25, 2008 at 9:42 am


Kudos to you, Robert, for posting this!



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King of Spades

posted January 28, 2008 at 1:28 pm


Comment options:
- you know how those preachers can get [Robert].
- when you’re not getting your T&A, it’s time to get your Z’s.
- there’s a reason they only play the nightly news once.



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Joe Narracci

posted February 3, 2008 at 5:37 am


Blind Spots:
Affiliations, any and all of them that marginalize someone else and make the one doing it think they’re “in”. Isn’t that a part of the reson why CCC is “non-denominational” and “inter-racial”? Jesus shows us the way to be these things as He hung out with the most despised and disregerded. He confronted those who claimed to know something of God while their lives left a lot to be desired. I liked the circle of people illustration that could help us to see our blind spots. Of course, what occured to me is if everyone in that circle is just like you, in my case white, male, and prviledged, the group may not see any better than me the most glaring blind spots that hinder me from fully entering the Kingdom of God. If I am a follower of Jesus, I’ll have to walk into the Samaria of my day unarmed and like my Savior. Oh my.
May I also point out the NPR Fresh Air from WHYY interview of Randall Balmer and his new book, God in The White House. He has credentials for what ever that’s worth. Author of the Encyclopedia of Evangelicalism, editor-at-large of Christianity Today, and professor of American religious history at Barnard College.



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