Lynn v. Sekulow

Lynn v. Sekulow


Why There Are 59 Democrats In the Senate

posted by Rev. Barry W. Lynn

I was over on Capitol Hill the day after the Senate election in Massachusetts. Democrats didn’t appear to be in a very good mood. With just a few days distance from the election, I think that there is only one important lesson from it. It is not about Martha Coakley, it is not about President Obama and it is not even about the shape of the health care plans passed in 2009 in each house.

This election ought to be seen as a wake-up call about what used to be one of the most mind-numbing topics in America: the process of legislating. Time magazine’s Karen Tumulty nailed it on CNN when she reported that the people she was interviewing didn’t like the manner in which the health care bills were crafted.  In other words, people don’t like government secrecy and they like it less if, emerging from the shadows, it looks like the bill has been encrusted with special favors. Congress may not be able to broadcast every negotiating session (since a lot of work gets done through chats on the subway that runs from the Capitol to the Congressional office buildings).  However, if you refuse to allow coverage of much of anything that matters in negotiations, you will give the appearance of hiding everything that matters — whether that is true or not.

It is also apparent that the public is not convinced that a day makes all the difference in the world, even if that is the day Congress wants to go home for its “district work period”/holiday.

There is no reason to believe that the people don’t deserve a peek for 48 hours at the actual, final bill that is going to be voted on and the actual language of any amendments that will be considered. This should mean that when provisions of existing law are being modified, there should be a link to the extant law so that people who may not be familiar with Section 587, subsection (b) (iii) of some statute will know what in the world is actually being changed.  This is not that difficult to produce. The legislature in Oklahoma, for example, has just such a rule.

Now, I wouldn’t want anyone to think health care policy of the Democrats is the only thing shrouded in mystery.  The Bush Administration went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court to defend the right of Vice President Dick Cheney to canoodle with lots of energy bigwigs about setting that Administration’s policy.  Do I think that little cabal had something to hide?  You bet I do, and I think the American people would all be better off knowing what went on there — claims of executive privilege be damned.

So, Jay, let’s call for more openness from both parties, on all issues.  As for Senator-elect Scott Brown, let’s hope that he is a senator who will look at policy development as a way to further the interests of all Americans — and not just one 41st member of what has increasingly become a chorus of naysayers.

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EllieDee

posted January 22, 2010 at 8:21 am


Sometimes you can say “no” for the right reasons. I believe before we can all work together, we should stop assuming what the other guy is doing and look beyond our own bias to see a broader avenue where we can reach consensus



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DSJulian

posted January 23, 2010 at 2:11 am


It’s pretty obvious that the people of Massachusetts got so tired of the Democrats yielding to Republican whims that they figured they might as well elect one directly…



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William Coviello

posted January 23, 2010 at 11:14 pm


It is PRETTY OBVIOUS that the good people of the Great State of Massachusetts are SICK and Tired of the Democrats as are a multitude of citizens of other States.



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Boris

posted January 24, 2010 at 12:30 am


It’s pretty obvious the election in Massachusetts was bought by the insurance industry. It never ceases to amaze me how easily big business can convince the moronic masses that it is government (of the people, by the people, for the people) that is evil and they are (ask your doctor) not. You conservatives are nothing but mindless pawns in a political game you can’t comprehend. Your ignorance is just off the charts. But then you people believe in angels. So you’re not sane either.



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N. Lindzee Lindholm

posted January 24, 2010 at 3:19 pm


The comment about the Bush Administration is taken into account, but let’s focus on the government right here and now since the past is no longer. Although transparency was promised, the only thing that is really clear are the windows outside the Capitol Building. Wouldn’t you agree?
As far as the right being “naysayers”, the plan would have slid through a lot quicker and easier if the Dems would have left out the controversial section about federal funding of abortion. This was a risky insertion, one that has already been voted down by the majority of the people in the polls. Shouldn’t Congress vote the will of the people?



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Open Mind

posted January 26, 2010 at 2:57 am


I don’t know Lindzee, most legislators will say it’s their job to lead for the betterment of their constituency–whether the constituency understands it or not. It’s true.
Though the healthcare bill might’ve been easier to pass without addressing abortion, I don’t think the left has tried to stretch the availability so much as the right has tried to constrict it.
I do want sunshine in government proceedings, and I agree that things have remained murkier than I had hoped. The health-care bill is no pet of mine as is, that’s for sure. Not because of abortion, but because of the financial and social ramifications to Americans of bad legislation.



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Your Name

posted January 26, 2010 at 5:03 pm


What do you find so constricting to the health care bill from the right, Mr. Open Mind?
Human beings are all there in the formation process with all parts in the process of development throughout the pregnancy. For if there were a part in that development process which did not include all parts, we would in fact not have the human beings with all their parts today.
Cara



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God's a Lie

posted January 26, 2010 at 5:52 pm


Are you really trying to say the right has NOT attempted to restrict abortion? What planet are you from? They have fought against inclusion of all legal (even medically necessary) abortions in any form in the health care bill.
As for your assertion that acorns are the same as Oak trees, BWA-HAH-HAH-HAH. Thanks for another laugh Cara, you continue to entertain!



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Your Name

posted January 27, 2010 at 1:24 pm


Re: God’s a lie
What are you talking about? Acorns are not people in development.
I could see if you were sighting an egg or a sperm, in conclusion to them not being people. For one or the other are not a human being in itself. I am pointing out the joining of the two , which is entirely different than an acorn, as you so state, ba ha ha ha.
This is no joke.
When the two join, we know what goes on. This is a process of human development of a person. So those so called cells which you find to be so entirely vague and generic, are in fact genetic and cellular make-up of a person. So they are not just a piece of a tree as you so pointed out. They are a human being forming in existence. So who is telling the joke, know? It is not funny. Posterity could not be anymore clearer than those who are forming. Now if you are trying to say that taking a cell from a persons development, which is vital to them living or dieing is somehow not a murder, I have knews for you. It is. If they were in further development and you could see with the naked eye their toes and fingers, you would see that you are not just taking a finger out of the womb, but a person. That one cell human being is in fact an orchestra of events which make-up a person developing. That one cell human being is entirely complex. Too complex for us to orchestrate ourselves and too complex for us to misinterpret as an ordanary cell in the body. That is where the difference is, it is not just a cell taken out of the body. They are cells which are people developing. So yes the right to reckon and continually expose the lies for what they truely are, lies! I do not feel that this is a right or a left issue. It just so happens that the right for the most part, are trying to stop the process of killing developing people.
Cara



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God's a Lie

posted January 27, 2010 at 2:48 pm


“Now if you are trying to say that taking a cell from a persons development, which is vital to them living or dieing is somehow not a murder, I have knews for you. It is.”
Newsflash: Cara is wrong again.
An organism in its early developmental state is not the finished product. A group of cells is not a person any more than a caterpillar is a butterfly.
Cells die all the time, and may be deliberately killed with no act of murder. This applies to embryonic and fetal stage human cells or our prison cells would be crowded with women charged with murder for having had abortions. They aren’t, because it isn’t. i understand that you think it SHOULD be called murder, …I think you’re wrong there too.



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Your Name

posted January 27, 2010 at 3:58 pm


Newsflash to you Mr. Godless-
Your wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Just because a bunch of scientist got together and decided to downgrade the human into a mindless sence of a written form of a lie.
So where did you come from Mr. Godless?
So I suppose you came from a squash and those eyeballs you have are just a process of an eye, and therefore can be extracted out of your head because they are in the process of development? Right? We are always evolving, did you know that? until death? Therefor that eyeball you have, is not your eye, right?????
Using your form of intelligence that would be the conclusion? We are developing and aging into a different form of ourselves? Meaning just because you have the wrong newsflash for you denying the human being of its life, does not therefor deny yourself of that murderous proceedure you are so inducing by your pen, your voice, your opinion. Those are our Posterity, whether you want to deny them of their rights or not. I am sorry you value the human life so flagrantly. As if to somehow downgrade us into an organism of whatever? Is that what you think, somehow if you take a person’s life before they recognize them to be a human, therefor they are not? Wrong again, Mr. Godless. I seriously doubt you have God in your heart, for if you did you would want to protect people and children developing inside and outside of the womb.
Let them grow, Mr. Godless, we will see if they are only an organism of flesh as you so describe? We all know the answer to that one, don’t we?
Cara



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Your Name

posted January 27, 2010 at 6:23 pm


So, the fact that cells continue to live within the body after a human being dies means that human being is a living citizen?! No, a collection of living cells does not a human being, or a citizen, make. We recognize citizens after they are born, which is exactly proper.
I know you can’t face the fact that human beings are animals who have no god to direct and care for them. I understand why that seems so scary to you, but it doesn’t change the facts.
Scientists and scientific knowledge do not downgrade human beings, quite the contrary, they give us the power to elevate ourselves above the other animals in many ways.



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Your Name

posted January 28, 2010 at 2:02 pm


Re: No-name
Just because cells have not yet completely died within the body after a person is considered legally dead, does not mean however that when a person is in development of trying to breath on their own, that they are somehow less than a person.
It does mean however that the scientific community and otherwise has downgraded the human being to something they can slice and dice for whatever purpose they see fit. That would be murder. Like I wrote before in one of my previous entries, there is alot going on in that ONE CELL-HUMAN BEING. It certainly is not just an organism which can not be itetified as not a human being in development. For we know that it is. So the it, is now a he or a she, depending on how long you give that human being the ability to grow. So, who is fooling who?
That is the difference between just an organism and a human being developing. The person is in development. So please, don’t lie to the community and bring them down the wrong path of the person becoming something you can kill for a living, or encourage others likewise.
Cara



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happily Godless

posted January 28, 2010 at 3:58 pm


“So, who is fooling who?”
You are fooling yourself. You seem to be saying that you are smarter than our legal system and millions of people, and, while I’m not saying that’s totally impossible, judging from your posts here–I’ve only met one or two people in the WORLD who struck me as being as clueless as you seem.



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Boris

posted January 28, 2010 at 8:34 pm


Happily,
She doesn’t just seem clueless. Cara said she thinks pregnant women who wish to get an abortion should be arrested and kept so drugged up they didn’t even realize they were pregnant until they were forced to give birth to a child they did not want. The problem is that there are millions of sick and twisted Christian Bible believers who think the same thing. She’s not alone in her fascist beliefs. She just has a lot of trouble expressing them.



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Happily

posted January 29, 2010 at 3:35 am


Boris, it makes it difficult for one to overstate the importance of education to the future of our country. I have been astounded many times recently at the impact of its lacking! (i.e. the out-pouring of support for the recent decision by Scalito et al to axe any distinction between corporations and individuals regarding first amendment free speech protection!) I mean, in sufficient numbers, complete idiots can pull our entire population into the mire!



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Your Name

posted January 29, 2010 at 4:54 pm


re: boris and godless Developing people are indeed our Posterity. Which is stated in our opening paragraph that we are to defend them. What are you doing? Advocating the mass killings of nameless individuals who can not speak for themselves, because you are so inclined to put your views before the right to live of another. As for women being forced to be on a drug…. What are you talking about? I was suggesting that there might be a form of sedative for those who have been raped, so they would not identify the growing child within them as the rapist, so they would feel comfortable about the pregnancy. There is always room for improvement, despite what the secular world believes about developing people. One of the most intelligent things that I have found to be useful is the adknowledgement of one not knowing everything and the room for improvement. The fact of being humble, and to learn from your mistakes. To learn from others who can be more knowledgeable in a field that you are not as familiar with. Of course backing it up with the facts. I certainly think that I can improve in every area of my life. That is what I think if anything is smart about me, it would be that fact. The more you know, the more you realize that you don’t know everything. The facts are those growing human beings are not just a generic blob of tissue. Cara



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Your Name

posted January 29, 2010 at 4:57 pm


POSTERITY



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Happily godless

posted January 29, 2010 at 5:32 pm


“Which is stated in our opening paragraph that we are to defend them.”
Wrong againg Cara. If you are going to quote the Constitution, PUT IT IN QUOTES. How many times are you going to try and get away with mistating the Constitution? It does not “state” what you said. You are either a liar, a moron, or (most likely) BOTH.



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Boris

posted January 30, 2010 at 11:02 am


Cara actually aid: “What are you talking about? I was suggesting that there might be a form of sedative for those who have been raped, so they would not identify the growing child within them as the rapist, so they would feel comfortable about the pregnancy.”
So you are suggesting that pregnant women wishing to get an abortion should be lied to about the nature of the pregnancy or deceived into thinking they aren’t even pregnant. I hate to inform you of this Cara, but that is dishonest. Only the religious mind can justify willfully deceiving people. You Christian liars make me sick. Perhaps all Christians should be required to take truth serum every day. Yeah that is the law we need to pass. All Christians must take truth serum every day or be imprisoned. I’m writing my congressman right now. This is a law we need to pass immediately. It will bring an end to Christianity within 24 hours of its signing.



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Your Name

posted January 30, 2010 at 4:55 pm


re: Boris
No, that is not what I said. Thanks for your imput, but I find your last blog to be worthless, other then to tell you that you need to find help.
re: hapily godless
The United States Constitution-
We the People of the United States in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
———————————————————————I already have wrote this opening paragraph of the Constitution for your information , a couple of times already in blog form. But, for you that keep threatening me with ludicrous insults of responses towards the facts, here you go. Notice these key words that we are to provide our posterity with– establishing justice, tranquility, common defence, welfare and to secure blessings of liberty. Well, so you can see how far off the laws in place are towards our Posterity at this time. The first step, I would think when conscerning our Posterity is keeping them alive.
I have been writing blogs for approximately a year and half to protect our Posterity, in other words, trying to change the laws in place which are killing our Posterity.
Cara



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Your Name

posted January 30, 2010 at 5:11 pm


re: Boris
That is not what I wrote. I am saying that is a child, regardless of them getting raped or not. They did not rape the mother. I do not believe in murdering the child because their parent is a rapist. I am saying under those conditions of being raped, the person may need to be perscribed something to handle her circumstances.
I am certainly not suggesting that she be lied to, thank you very much. I am sorry you are having such a hard time with your belief system and you want to lash out at me for trying to save the children from being murdered. This is a sad and a completely unexcusable behavior towards somebody who is defending people who can not speak for themselves because there are people like you, who wish to take their life by way of vote, law or simply putting your perspective up on a international website to try and sway the individual away from giving that child what they truely deserve, which is a life just as yourself. Cara



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Your Name

posted January 30, 2010 at 5:20 pm


correction- prescribed Cara



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Your Name

posted January 30, 2010 at 5:24 pm


I wrote that last blog because of the blogs wrote in bad taste towards my intelligence. It is a sad day, when people who are trying to defend the innocent lives of children who are yet to be born, are somehow put aside because of a spelling error. So hopefully you can stay on topic when involving a human life to be brought forth into this world. Cara



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Happily godless

posted January 30, 2010 at 11:10 pm


Cara, I am indeed getting more “Boris-like” in the tone I use with you, it’s such a pity that you force it upon us. There would be no religious issue here at all except for those who have religious issues! You begin by telling everyone that if they don’t believe what YOU believe then they will go to hell or some such nonsense. Then you want everyone to fund ministries in various guises. It strikes against religious freedom and it’s damned insulting. I shall not be made to support a hierarchy which promotes, enforces, BELIEFS; not by virtue of any number who believe as they do.
Next, the Constitution reads “secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity” (THANK YOU!) The command is to secure blessings of LIBERTY, the very thing you seek to take away! We secure the blessings of liberty by retaining what small amounts remain to us, for ourselves and our posterity. It says NOTHING about giving every fertilized embryo rights above and beyond those of an existing, recognized, citizen. If some people choose to see it that way, then they are not forbidden from acting for themselves in a manner consistent with THEIR BELIEFS. Don’t push your beliefs on others, especially when you are seeking to remove money from their pockets and Liberty from their list of blessings.



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Your Name

posted January 31, 2010 at 5:11 pm


Re: happily godless
I encouraged others to give water to countries to support people who are dieing. That is good. I also encourage others to give to strangers, orphans, and widows. That is good, and is true religion.
I am sorry you are so pathetic in believing that your embryo is the only one entitled to a life of liberty.
If you want me to believe that Posterity is not our Human Embryo than you are a liar. Which I will not take our country down the path of pathetic liars and there stupid conclusions of, that people are not people, and the fact that they did not come from a sperm and an egg.
I am sorry that you are godless. Godless people think of themselves and what is good for only them. That is why I fight for people who can not defend themselves which our very own Constitution states that we are to defend them. Posterity is all of our descendants, not just the chosen few which you find to be so valuable. No secular job or educational system will ever make up for the eternal life you are rejecting. Selfish people deny God and His existance, for they seek material wealth for themselves and for those they feel should deserve it. Very arrogent individuals indeed.
So no, Mr. godless, I will not seek your advice on what you find relevent to include in on our Posterity. It does not make the murder of the Human Embryo any less of a person because you Mr. godless so incline to think that people can be taken from life for science and any other activity you see fit.. That is where you came from and the life which you are seeking is far away from God and has no eternal value. So, God has given you that life, and if that is how you want to treat him, with utter contempt, than your showing your true colors of selfishness. Don’t give, hoard for yourself, is exactly that selfish. So no need to write to me anymore. I know what the opening paragraph of the Constitution states and I know you are not in line with it, once again. So, save your murdering ideals for yourself. For they contaminate society at large.
Cara



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Happily godless

posted January 31, 2010 at 7:13 pm


“I am sorry you are so pathetic in believing that your embryo is the only one entitled to a life of liberty.”
This is a misstatement on your part, I am reasonably sure that you mean to say I’m pathetic in believing an embryo is NOT entitiled to a life of liberty. I understand your position, and I think it would be pathetic for self-governing people to give away their Liberties of choice and privacy.
“If you want me to believe that Posterity is not our Human Embryo than you are a liar. Which I will not take our country down the path of pathetic liars and there stupid conclusions of, that people are not people, and the fact that they did not come from a sperm and an egg.”
Oooh, I don’t want you to believe anything other than that you must follow the laws of this country or face consequences. Our posterity is comprised of those who come after us. They will exist until they don’t, just like everybody else, and we are encouraged (preamble noted) to secure Liberty for us and them.
You aren’t going to take our country down any path, only yourself. Your other arguments are indeed lame, and don’t belong to me.
“I am sorry that you are godless. Godless people think of themselves and what is good for only them.”
I have found this to be the case MUCH more often with the overtly religious. (Don’t tell me you haven’t seen it time and time and time …and time again!!!) Godless people think of mankind together on a fragile and temporary dirtball. We need to take care of each other and our dirtball. I can’t believe that any god, were they to exist, would want it differently.
“Selfish people deny God and His existance, for they seek material wealth for themselves and for those they feel should deserve it. Very arrogent individuals indeed.”
Again, I don’t see that in the agnostics, but MUCH more likely attributable to religious leaders (the material wealth and personal power some of these idiots amass and weild is obscene). They are at the top of the ladder of arrogance for even attempting to convince others that they somehow “know best” what to BELIEVE as concerns supernatural beings!
“I know what the opening paragraph of the Constitution states and I know you are not in line with it, once again. So, save your murdering ideals for yourself. For they contaminate society at large.”
Yes, I know now that you know what it says in the preamble. I also now know that you have the reading comprehension of a second grader, so no, I won’t be wasting time on you. Save your “I know what God wants better than you do” speech for those who are even dumber than you are, they’re the only one this crap will work on. They are a cancer on a wart on the rectum of progress. Knowledge is the cure.



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Your Name

posted February 1, 2010 at 4:42 pm


Re: happily godless
The definition of Posterity is not for you Mr. godless to take away people based on you deciding who our descendants should be.
Posterity is all of our descendants. No, you do not have a right to murder our Posterity based on choice. That is wrong. So, Roe v. Wade is completely against the Constitution and so is Embryonic Stem-Cell based on the fact that these are our Posterity. All of our descendants are entitled to a life of liberty and to be able to vote for who they want in office. So, let freedom ring in our country and let our people live! This has nothing to do with me. This has to do with giving others the right to live based on our Constitution saying so. They are not only entitled to a defense but also a life of liberty, that would mean freedom from oppression, including government views of ending their very life.
America The Beautiful,
Cara



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Happily godless

posted February 1, 2010 at 8:00 pm


As you suggested, it is better for me to not waste my time in an effort to educate protoplasm which is not up to the task.



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Boris

posted February 1, 2010 at 10:38 pm


Roe v Wade is Constitutional according to the Supreme Court. It doesn’t matter what you say Cara, that will never change. Even when we had laws restricting abortions they were not enforced. If you don’t like abortions, don;’t have one.



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Your Name

posted February 2, 2010 at 5:04 pm


Re: Boris
The Supreme Court is wrong. They might not have defended our Posterity from the view of the Constitution. The children have a right to be defended against the personal views as to what they believe should be done with their own life. That is liberty. Our Posterity needs to have a life of liberty from the views of people which are trying to destroy their very life.
Those are our Posterity, which are to be defended and given a life of liberty. Roe v. Wade, Embryoinic Stem-Cell, fertility clinics which fertilize human eggs and then abandone them, the morning after pill, are in fact all against our United States Constitution.
Yes, it does matter what I think. They are people which need to be defended.
Posterity,
Cara



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Bob Case

posted February 3, 2010 at 1:40 am


Abortion is a moral contastrophy; it insults God and empowers the creation over the creator.For those who support abortion and defend a person’s right to kill their unborn children they will be held accountable to God who judges with morality,certainty,in justice and in truth.The time is coming when supporters as well as those who commit abortions will be held accountable. Many women are already in misery and guilt riddin because they believed the lie that the unborn baby was not alive but just a clump of matter.They now pay the price for the rest of their lives with guilt for what they have done. It’s very important to educate potential candidates whom are seeking an abortion to it’s finality and consequences. Thankfully there’s a God in heaven who loves his creation and if they repent and receive Jesus as Lord and Savior and ask His forgiveness will forgive them.They will become His children and He will be their Savior and heal their guilt and bring them joy and fellowship. Keep up the good fight of resisting evil. God Bless! We need to peacefully take back our government.



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Happily godless

posted February 3, 2010 at 4:12 pm


“For those who support abortion and defend a person’s right to kill their unborn children they will be held accountable to God who judges with morality,certainty,in justice and in truth.The time is coming when supporters as well as those who commit abortions will be held accountable.”
There is no god, and therefore no accountability to one. The evil being done among is by those who seem to think they somehow know better than everyone else the mind of an imaginary being. You gotta be kidding me! Climb off your imaginary high horse and stop trying to to repeal the hard won liberties of the American people!
And stop yakking about God, you aren’t fooling anyone–you don’t any more than I do–and I know it. Pretenders!



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Your Name

posted February 3, 2010 at 8:39 pm


Re: godless- Well, you haven’t learned about your complexity in design as a human being as of yet to realize that your heart and lungs have to be operational in sequence to eachother for you to breathe in oxygen. That would take a life force way beyond your design capabilities to comprehend how to manufacture people in the first prototype, don’t you think? So that would be God. Cara



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Happily godless

posted February 3, 2010 at 8:58 pm


No, I wouldn’t think that Cara. The complexity of nature is none the less natural.



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Boris

posted February 3, 2010 at 10:23 pm


Bob Case,
Your God has too many ridiculous invisible friends and enemies such as demons, Satan, angels, seraphs and so on. No one in their right mind, no person of intelligence or education believes your God really exists. Your threats are as empty as your head.



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Your Name

posted February 4, 2010 at 8:59 pm


Re: godless
So you just believe in random extreme intelligence forming into very complex complicated beings which make decisions to in fact decide how everything existed through natural evolved material, which was of course randomly here from the beginning and made by a random whatever because it just existed.
Wrong.



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Your Name

posted February 4, 2010 at 9:00 pm


Re: Boris
Your putting other people down. Why is that?
Cara



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Your Name

posted February 4, 2010 at 9:30 pm


“Re: godless
So you just believe in random extreme intelligence forming into very complex complicated beings which make decisions to in fact decide how everything existed through natural evolved material, which was of course randomly here from the beginning and made by a random whatever because it just existed.
Wrong.”
And you, Cara, you’ll be up there at God’s right hand come the judgement day? He’ll soothe your weathered soul and display you as one who followed His Divine Word? BWAH-HAH-HAH, I don’t who cracks me up more, you or me! I can be pretty funny, but WOW…



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HG Wells

posted February 4, 2010 at 9:38 pm


“To know that everybody has a sinful nature which they to can learn to crusify and become more like Him. …Animal sacrifice is no longer needed for your atonement and Jesus came with His blood so you can be forgiven.”
I mean, that’s good stuff! (I heard it was quite a spurt! Heh, heh.)
(And the HG stands for Happily Godless)



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Boris

posted February 5, 2010 at 3:22 am


Your putting other people down. Why is that?
Cara
Boris says: Stupid people need to be told they’re stupid. That’s why.



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Your Name

posted February 5, 2010 at 5:30 pm


Re: Boris
Who told you that you were stupid as a kid? Was it your mother or father?
I don’t think that I am stupid. Thank you very much. Sorry I threaten your job or whatever you value. For if you valued people, you would not be attacking me for pointing out through the Constitution that unborn children are in fact our Posterity.
Is your wallet threatened? What worldly thing are you in fear of being taken away? Has your self-esteem been in your eyes validated by destroying people through science projects in research for a cure?
There are other ways to conduct research my friend without destroying people. Maybe you could come up with something that has never been done before? Some new technique using cells another way?



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Mallory

posted March 3, 2010 at 10:04 pm


Though all are allowed their own opinions (put-downs don’t count, however), these kinds of arguments – over abortion, etc. – are exactly why bipartisanship hasn’t happened up to now. People can’t see past their emotions and argue instead of solving problems. People make it personal, and even though it may be a personal issue, it can’t be treated that way in order to make things happen.



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