Lynn v. Sekulow

Lynn v. Sekulow


SCOTUS Speculation Intensifies

posted by Jay Sekulow

Barry, 

It didn’t take long for the speculation to begin regarding President Obama’s nominee to replace the retiring Justice Stevens.

In fact, the ‘name game’ is in high gear with a variety of ‘short lists’ circulating like this one from ABC News that includes a list of 10 potential nominees:  Solicitor General Elena Kagan; Judge Merrick Garland of the U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit; Judge Diane Wood of the Seventh Circuit Appeals Court in Chicago; Democratic Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm; former Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears; Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano; Harvard Law School dean Martha Minow, who was once the president’s professor; and Judge Sidney Thomas of the Ninth Circuit Appeals Court in San Francisco.

And, President Obama is beginning to feel the heat from his own party.  Some top Democrats are urging President Obama to ignore the Republicans in naming a nominee.

 

The President says he will meet with Senate leaders - both Democrats and Republicans.  But no one should believe for a moment that the President is going to nominate anyone other than a nominee who embraces a liberal judicial philosophy.  The only real question remaining about his choice:  how liberal?

 

Predictably, he’s already getting pressure from the pro-abortion groups to ensure that this nominee supports abortion rights. 

 

And, those on the far Left would certainly like him to head in that direction with this pick.    

 

Will Republicans mount a challenge against this nominee?

 

Until President Obama makes a selection, the speculation will continue – and intensify. 

 

But no matter who is nominated, the confirmation hearings should focus on tough questions – with specific focus on the nominee’s judicial philosophy including how the nominee views the Constitution, the role of judges, and the rule of law. 

 

As Senator Jeff Sessions, ranking Republican on the Judiciary Committee, put it:  “If we have a nominee that evidences a philosophy of ‘judges know best,’ that they can amend the Constitution by saying it has evolved, and effectuate agendas, then we’re going to have a big fight about that.”

 

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Rich

posted April 14, 2010 at 4:00 pm


I would really like to see Al Gore get the nomination. I don’t suspect he is being actively considered or that he would agree to take the job though but it would be a great pickle in which to put the Party of No. What are they going to do? Say he is not qualified, a former Senator, former VP, Nobel Prize winner, de facto winner of the 2000 election? They could try and probably would but while many don’t like Al Gore, the majority does.
Hilary Clinton would be good also. Same story with her, it would tick off the Party of No but again they could hardly contest her credentials. Bill would be good choice just to tick off the Christian cultists.
Actually, now that I think about it, Barry Lynn would be the better than the two prior names. We need a person of reason on the court. May Jay could clerk for him and learn something about the law.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 14, 2010 at 4:06 pm


Does Obammy want a big fight, or a little fight? THAT’s the question.
He wants a little fight in this, an election year when his party is already losing real bad.
The Court will move to the Right with the new Court member. History shows that we can rely on even a slight move to the Right.
However, even a person as Lib as Stevens is a win for Conservatives in a year when Conservatives will win big-time.
So, there will be no new justice on the Court who is more Lib than Stevens.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 14, 2010 at 4:57 pm


==We need a person of reason on the court.==
Which is why we agree that we need somebody to the Right of Stevens.



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Rich

posted April 14, 2010 at 5:00 pm


Mr. Incredible,
Wow ,you are almost coherent today. You may be right, Obama has a nasty tendency to try to appease the Party of No, his biggest failing. Hopefully, he finally got his mind right after getting the very flawed Health Care Reform through and will no longer try to avoid the very predictable obstructionism of the Republicans.
However, even if Obama does select someone a bit more centrist, history has shown that a large number of justices veer to the left upon taking a seat on the Court. A few have moved right but the majority move left. A good reason for that too, once on the Court and immune to the dictates of politics, judges are free to follow a particular train of logic to its destination.
A recently all-to-often exception to this rule of an increased ability to follow the requirements of our Constitution is the case where a justice is afflicted with cultish religious tendencies. In that case, you get someone like Scalia who figures that the Christian cross is a good grave marker for everyone and everyone should be happy to pay for religion.
Could be that Obama will chicken out and pick a lackluster nominee, one that no one can get excited about. He is a giant disappointment in that regard. He was elected to bring about some real change and he has consistently failed in that promise. Of course, in the final analysis he is just another standard politician like any Republican or Democrat, concerned only with himself and getting re-elected. One can only hope that he will quite worrying about Republicans and stick it to them. It has long been time for Obama to ‘cowboy up’.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 14, 2010 at 5:01 pm


Rich says:
I would really like to see Al Gore get the nomination.
Mr. Incredible says:
Oh, you mean the Al Gore who believed and trusted in bogus, global warming “Science” and parlayed his phoney “authority” on the subject into a Nobel — with its cash — and other accolades??? THAT one?



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 14, 2010 at 5:28 pm


Rich says:
Mr. Incredible,
You may be right…
Mr. Incredible says:
It’s quite a bit more certain that I am than that.
Rich says:
Obama has a nasty tendency to try to appease the Party of No…
Rich says:
Oh, you mean the “party of NO” that says “NO!” to higher taxes, intrusion and Socialism? Yes, I’m glad we’re the “party of NO” just as Democrats were the “party of NO” in years gone by.
Rich says:
Hopefully, he finally got his mind right after getting the very flawed Health Care Reform through…
Mr. Incredible says:
I hope he digs in his heels and ignores Republicans. The more he does, the lower his ratings and the greater the Conservative victory in November and again in ’12. Can YOU say, “LANDSLIDE”?
However, it doesn’t matter; he doesn’t want a big fight this year, and that means no one more Lib than Stevens, and THAT means victory for Conservatives cuz the Court, at least, stays the same, though, from what I hear, history shows that, when somebody retires, the Court, typically, moves to the Right, even if ever so slightly. Conservatives cannot lose this one.
Rich says:
…and will no longer try to avoid the very predictable obstructionism of the Republicans.
Mr. Incredible says:
Republicans have taken a page out the Dems’ Bush-era playbook. You weren’t complaining about “obstructionism” during the Bush “appointment” years.
Rich says:
…Scalia who figures that the Christian cross is a good grave marker for everyone…
Mr. Incredible asks:
Where does he say that?
Rich says:
…and everyone should be happy to pay for religion.
Mr. Incredible asks:
Where does he say that?
Rich says:
…Obama…is a giant disappointment…He was elected to bring about some real change and he has consistently failed in that promise.
Mr. Incredible says:
He HAS brought change, just not the change he told you and you expected, but the change WE expected but didn’t want.
Rich says:
Of course, in the final analysis he is just another standard politician like any Republican or Democrat, concerned only with himself and getting re-elected.
Rich says:
What’s wrong with wanting to get re-elected?
Politics is a performing art. You’re just annoyed that he hasn’t performed. In a way, we’re glad he has performed the way he has, given that the election went as it did; it assures Conservative victory this November and in ’12.
Rich says:
One can only hope that he will quite worrying about Republicans and stick it to them.
Mr. Incredible says:
And THAT is the reason his people will lose this coming election and in ’12.
Rich says:
It has long been time for Obama to ‘cowboy up’.
Mr. Incredible says:
And I say, “Please! Go ahead and ‘coyboy up’! Give voters more reason to give Congress and the presidency back to Conservatives!” I just laugh my a$$ off when I lookit his and Congress’ polls dropping each day. They aren’t dropping cuz Libs are disappointed; they are dropping mostly cuz Independents and formerly disgruntled Republicans who voted for him last time are dropping out, having realized the error of their ’08 ways.
However, we welcome them back into the fold. Correction is coming!



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 14, 2010 at 5:34 pm


Rich says:
…history has shown that a large number of justices veer to the left upon taking a seat on the Court. A few have moved right but the majority move left.
Mr. Incredible says:
So, you’re saying that a move to the Right is due. That’s good.
Rich says:
A good reason for that too, once on the Court and immune to the dictates of politics, judges are free to follow a particular train of logic to its destination.
Mr. Incredible translates:

“I want MY agenda on the Court. You’re wrong to want YOUR agenda on the Court.”



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Rich

posted April 14, 2010 at 7:24 pm


Mr. Incredible,
I see you have chosen to abandon coherency.
But, not surprisingly, you have chosen to perpetuate your willful ignorance. Where have you been cowboy? You know, they do publish news about oral arguments at the SCOTUS. In fact, the Court even posts the oral arguments, very speedy about it too. Last October, Salazar v. Buono was argued, the one about the disgusting attempt to pollute a national monument with a freakin’ hideous cross. In the argument, Scalia seemed a bit slow to understand that the Christian cross is does not represent everyone. Duh! He even thought it ‘outrageous’ that the cross doesn’t represent all the war dead. What a total moron!
However, nice guy that I am, I am willing to help you along, here is a link to the SCOTUS website:
http://www.supremecourt.gov/
Seeing how you are Mr. Incredible and all with supernatural powers from Jesus, I am sure that you are bright enough to navigate your way once there. If not, try prayer.



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Your Name

posted April 15, 2010 at 1:42 pm


prayer is always good, instead of hideous arguments and insults…..
a cross represents eternal forgiveness for everlasting life…..
love one another, peace my dear friend….peace…..



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Rich

posted April 15, 2010 at 1:58 pm


Cara,
Again, you can’t think outside of your own troubled skull. The cross represents:
Hate
Primitive superstition
Religious persecution
Violence
Discrimination
Pedophiles
Money grubbing evangelists
Cult brainwashing
Sexism
Crusades
Racism
Sexual dysfunction
Surpression of science
Killing of abortion doctors (Cara, I know you like this one but it actually is a bad thing)
Inquisition
Torture
etc, etc
So Cara, this is what your damn cross represents to me. And, anytime you want to try and tell me that any item on this list is not associated with your damnable cross, give it a shot. You won’t be able to.



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Your Name

posted April 15, 2010 at 2:56 pm


you write thing which seem very hurtful…
you seem troubled…..
it looks like you were very hurt by people who professed to be Christians….
i was too…
i do not however see them as being God or what the cross represents through scripture, as being eternal forgiveness of sins….
basically Jesus took the punishment of your sins that day on the cross and those stripes on his back were for your healing….
so just because another person wears a cross around their neck it does not indicate that they have the nature of God or their beliefs are consistant with scripture….
for they might do the exact opposite of what God says through scripture or what the faithe represents…which is love..
i am sorry that you were hurt by so many, i have fealt the same towards individuals, but i learned to sepperate the cross from looking at people and their fleshy conditional representations of the faith….
Christ is an annointing ….meaning God character, strength and action….so when it is not consistant with Christ…i do not see it as Christian, even if they go around the world and say Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, if they don’t line up with the Word then they don’t represent Christ….or being a Christian….
CC



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Your Name

posted April 15, 2010 at 3:09 pm


things….
yes, i have heard about the crusades…
you don’t go around killing people because they are not Christians..



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Rich

posted April 15, 2010 at 3:23 pm


Cara,
You assume too much. I haven’t been hurt by Christians. I am smart enough to have avoided that psychological cesspool and those who choose to swim in that filth since I was a young adult.
My interest in criticizing all things religious is that I see how it hurts people, robs them of their dignity and turns them into mindless non-sense rattling servants of sociopathic Christian leaders. Christianity warps science and society by intruding where it does not belong.
You can try and portray my disgust for Christianity, Islam, etc as a reaction to some sort traumatic event that happened in my life but that is wildly off the mark. It would make for a great Christian video I suppose but that just isn’t the case here. My interest in generally academic. As they say, sorry but no cigar for you.



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HG

posted April 15, 2010 at 4:17 pm


Rich: “My interest in generally academic. As they say, sorry but no cigar for you.”
That’s what Clinton said to the ugly intern.
CC: “as for killing abortion doctors…well that would be up to a court to decide when the procedure would become illegal…”
Is there a specific ‘procedure’ for killing abortion doctors? Do you have a textbook on the subject? Oh, and written defamation is libel, not slander–and must generally be untrue and hurtful (and probably doesn’t pertain to blog comments). Not that you care about the improper use of our language, being one of the most egregious ‘murderers’ of it.



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Rich

posted April 15, 2010 at 9:40 pm


HG,
As you have seen, Cara seems to be ok with applying the death penalty to abortion doctors. Wouldn’t it just be easier and save a lot of court costs to just abort the abortion doctor before he was born?



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 16, 2010 at 6:30 am


Rich says:
Mr. Incredible,
I see you have chosen to abandon coherency.
Mr. Incredible says:
No, it’s just that Jim Beam gets in the way of your reading comprehension and understanding.
Rich says:
… you have chosen to perpetuate your willful ignorance.
Mr. Incredible translates:

“You don’t agree with me, and that must mean that you’re willfully ignorant.”

Rich says:
Scalia seemed a bit slow to understand that the Christian cross is does not represent everyone.
Mr. Incredible says:
That’s YOUR interpretation of what he says.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 16, 2010 at 6:34 am


Rich says:
Cara,
Again, you can’t think outside of your own troubled skull. The cross represents:
… Hate
Primitive superstition
Religious persecution
Violence
Discrimination
Pedophiles
Money grubbing evangelists
Cult brainwashing
Sexism
Crusades
Racism
Sexual dysfunction
Surpression of science
Killing of abortion doctors (Cara, I know you like this one but it actually is a bad thing)
Inquisition
Torture
etc, etc
So Cara, this is what your damn cross represents to me. And, anytime you want to try and tell me that any item on this list is not associated with your damnable cross, give it a shot. You won’t be able to.

Mr. Incredible says:
I wanted to re-post that message from Rich and highlight it real good-like so that everyone can see all that hate boiling over in Rich. Such hate. Tsk, tsk.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 16, 2010 at 6:36 am


The whole bold didn’t stick, and, so, I am doing it again so that it gets through.
Rich says:
Cara,
Again, you can’t think outside of your own troubled skull. The cross represents:
… Hate
Primitive superstition
Religious persecution
Violence
Discrimination
Pedophiles
Money grubbing evangelists
Cult brainwashing
Sexism
Crusades
Racism
Sexual dysfunction
Surpression of science
Killing of abortion doctors (Cara, I know you like this one but it actually is a bad thing)
Inquisition
Torture
etc, etc
So Cara, this is what your damn cross represents to me. And, anytime you want to try and tell me that any item on this list is not associated with your damnable cross, give it a shot. You won’t be able to.

Mr. Incredible says:
I wanted to re-post that message from Rich and highlight it real good-like so that everyone can see all that hate boiling over in Rich. Such hate. Tsk, tsk.



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Rich

posted April 16, 2010 at 10:45 am


Mr. Incredible (the guy with the special powers from Jesus),
You impersonation of a complete dolt is perfect! I am sooo sorry that my list of things that the cross represents is considered hateful by you. Gosh, I guess I am wrong, the cross isn’t historically associated with any of those things. Not a single one of them!
You know, your incredible powers from Jesus just might be failing you in the history department. Maybe it is time for you to get back on your knees and ask Jesus for a power boost for your brain so you could make tackle the very tough job of opening a book on history.
You are right though. Anyone who points out little pesky details like the Inquisition, burning people at the stake and other good Christian forms of entertainment is really being a hateful anti-religious bigot.



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Your Name

posted April 16, 2010 at 1:50 pm


Can not a single blog NOT be hijacked by incredible typists???



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Grumpy Old Person

posted April 16, 2010 at 1:53 pm


Too bad not a single comment comments on the probably nominees but instead focuses on attacking others. Is that supposed to be a Christian trait now? Hmmm.
Also too bad that no one addresses the fairness or the desire for justice in a Supreme Court Judge; only their perceived ‘left/right’ or ‘liberal/conservative’ bent.
Won’t somebody call for “justice for ALL“?



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JB

posted April 16, 2010 at 2:34 pm


Jay: “As Senator Jeff Sessions, ranking Republican on the Judiciary Committee, put it: “If we have a nominee that evidences a philosophy of ‘judges know best,’ that they can amend the Constitution by saying it has evolved, and effectuate agendas, …”
You mean like Scalito, Thomass, and Robbers?



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Your Name

posted April 16, 2010 at 4:47 pm


Rich, congratulations on your accedemic success, it means nothing when
you die…sorry you find anything of enlightenning of a higher power as being irrelevant to your life by way of action or belief pattern.
HG, well who says I didn’t receive defemation of character in written form…….and that was all improper……..
improper- Not suited to circumstances or needs; unsuitable.
what was that word again for representing one-self as your own attorney….?



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Your Name

posted April 16, 2010 at 4:55 pm


rich,
cc-acedemic-
Of , relating to, or characteristic of a school esp. one of highter learning
cc-enlightenment-
The act or a means of enlightening.
There you go Rich, I want to support your acedemic success, you have made me a much better speller…what would I have done without you?
hahaha
cc
p.s. How is your blow up doll named Theresa, she seems a bit irritable for you, eh?



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Your Name

posted April 16, 2010 at 5:03 pm


ow, hg.
sorry I am not based in your fictional representations of your worthless views of liberal minded garbage which find to be elevating one’s beliefs….i find your liberal bunch of fewey, just that…..
if a liberal is for supporting the killing of the unborn and attacking others…..i don’t like to follow suit….i must be doing something right when there has been such clammering of insults from your camp…i do not use spell check for these blogs, sometimes i don’t proof read, and sometimes i use slangs, and sometimes i leave words out and guess what, it is the way it is…..
i find that repetative language, systematically boring and quite frankly self-indulgent….
cc



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Your Name

posted April 16, 2010 at 5:05 pm


what i mean by that is supporting and attacking the people who are protecting the babies which are unborn, is cruel and evil….
CC



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HG

posted April 16, 2010 at 7:24 pm


Carabellum: “hg…i must be doing something right when there has been such clammering of insults from your camp”
Your measurement of success is the ease with which your detractors annihilate your desperately poor arguments? Not a surprising approach for one in your position to take.
Cara: “…i do not use spell check for these blogs, sometimes i don’t proof read, and sometimes i use slangs, and sometimes i leave words out and guess what, it is the way it is…..”
Likewise, but the degree to which you mangle the language is amusing. For example…”i find your liberal bunch of fewey, just that…..” is VERY FUNNY. And, “such clammering of insults” is worth a chuckle. And, “what i mean by that is supporting and attacking the people who are protecting the babies which are unborn, is cruel and evil….” is not decipherable, but still gets a grin. Suffice to say that you know I stand against your effort to overturn established law and repeal individual liberties, and I join those who point out the errors and deficiencies in your comments and arguments.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 17, 2010 at 6:07 am


Rich says:
Mr. Incredible (the guy with the special powers from Jesus)…
Mr. Incredible says:
Exciting, isn’t it.
Rich says:
You [sic] impersonation of a complete dolt is perfect!
Mr. Incredible translates:

” I resort to name-calling when I run outta, as I frequently do.”

Rich says:
I am sooo sorry that my list of things that the cross represents is considered hateful by you.
Mr. Incredible says:
It is considered hateful by God.

(1Co 1:18) For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.

Rich says:
Gosh, I guess I am wrong…
Mr. Incredible says:
Somebody mark the day and the time!
Rich says:
… the cross isn’t historically associated with any of those things.
Mr. Incredible asks:
By whom??
Rich says:
You know, your incredible powers from Jesus just might be failing you in the history department.
Mr. Incredible says:
Whose history??
Rich says:
Maybe it is time for you to get back on your knees and ask Jesus for a power boost for your brain so you could make tackle the very tough job of opening a book on history.
Mr. Incredible asks:
Which one? We’re sure that you’ll suggest one that agrees with you.
Rich says:
Anyone who points out little pesky details like the Inquisition, burning people the stake and other good Christian forms of entertainment…
Mr. Incredible translates:

” I know that men did those things, not Christianity; but I want so bad to make Christianity look bad, that I blame the Faith, not the man.”

Rich says:
is really being a hateful anti-religious bigot.
Mr. Incredible says:
Your hatefulness and spite are quite clear in blaming the Christian aspect of the man, rather than the errant men themselves.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 17, 2010 at 6:08 am


CORRECTION
the Christian aspect of the man — – > the Christian aspect of the men



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 17, 2010 at 6:09 am


CORRECTION
not the man — – >not the men



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 17, 2010 at 6:13 am


Rich says:

“Cara,
Again, you can’t think outside of your own troubled skull. The cross represents:
… Hate
Primitive superstition
Religious persecution
Violence
Discrimination
Pedophiles
Money grubbing evangelists
Cult brainwashing
Sexism
Crusades
Racism
Sexual dysfunction
Surpression of science
Killing of abortion doctors (Cara, I know you like this one but it actually is a bad thing)
Inquisition
Torture
etc, etc
So Cara, this is what your damn cross represents to me. And, anytime you want to try and tell me that any item on this list is not associated with your damnable cross…”

Mr. Incredible says:

(1Co 1:18) For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.



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Boris

posted April 17, 2010 at 6:18 am


A good example of the Bible’s many defenses against free inquiry and critical thinking:
(1Co 1:18) For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 17, 2010 at 6:25 am


Boris says:
A good example of the Bible’s many defenses against free inquiry and critical thinking:
(1Co 1:18) For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.
Mr. Incredible says:
After all, you prove, in these pages, that YOU are against free inquiry and critical thinking.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 17, 2010 at 7:40 am


Grumpy Old Person says:
Too bad not a single comment comments on the probably nominees but instead focuses on attacking others.
Mr. Incredible says:
There are three, main individuals here who prefer to insult even when we post comments related to the subject. They are Boris, Rich and HG. There are a few others. They started it, and we ain’t backin’ down.



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Your Name

posted April 17, 2010 at 6:04 pm


hg, i do not mangle the language…and you mangle babies by your views of stupidity……
i will not be taking another does of the anti-christ today, thank you very much, i find you to be repulsive in theory….and absolute quality of the human being…..did you get enough money?
cc



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Your Name

posted April 17, 2010 at 6:08 pm


as for rich,
the trouble that i have in my skull is from trying to make some sort of sence from your atheistic qualities and make something good out of them or quite frankly write some common sence into your thinking view, which you quite frankly find unimportant…the views which you find to be important is, to murder ones spirit….so……..i will leave you alone for you to take out your own insults on yourself….
cc



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Your Name

posted April 17, 2010 at 6:12 pm


grumpy old person,
too bad the The Supreme Court doesn’t turn around the verdict of Roe v. Wade, now?
what is this that the exclusion of abortions from the insurance policies mandated by the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INCLUDE ABORTION??????????????
What?????????????????



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Your Name

posted April 17, 2010 at 6:14 pm


are they going to stop the murder of innocent children worldwide?



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HG

posted April 17, 2010 at 7:24 pm


cc: “hg, i do not mangle the language…and you mangle babies by your views of stupidity……”
Saying you do not mangle the language does not make it any more true than saying God exists makes that true. Here you claim that babies are mangled by views.
cc: “i will not be taking another does of the anti-christ today, thank you very much, i find you to be repulsive in theory….and absolute quality of the human being…..did you get enough money?”
So, you’ve been taking doses (I presume that’s what you ‘meant’) of the anti-christ? What is that, a drug? Why thank me, I didn’t provide it to you. I’m repulsive in theory? Hmm, what theory, and, to what absolute quality of the human being do you refer? Sorry if this means that you don’t like me, I think you’re funny; dumb, possibly schizophrenic, but funny. Did you get enough money? (I doubt it. I’m thinking your lawyer should’ve gotten more — for what must have been a traumatic head wound!)
“Your Name
April 17, 2010 6:14 PM
are they going to stop the murder of innocent children worldwide?”
That would be quite an accomplishment, but I don’t think “they” (the ones doing it) are going to stop. But then, being murdered outright might be seen as a mercy by many of the children enslaved and immersed in the worst kinds of violence worldwide, their lives are a horror.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 17, 2010 at 7:36 pm


Cara says:
hg, i do not mangle the language…
HG says:
Saying you do not mangle the language does not make it any more true than saying God exists makes that true.
Mr. Incredible translates:

“Saying that you do not mangle the language does not make it any more true than saying God does not exist makes THAT true.”



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Rich

posted April 18, 2010 at 2:06 am


Your Name aka Cara,
Your last post was on abortion, again.
I found some x-tians website where they whine about abortions. They claim there are 115,000 abortions per day throughout the world and 3,700 per day in the US. That works out to be about 3 per minute in the US alone. That is a lot.
What do you do to stop these abortions? Sit and your computer in the comfort of your home and write inane comments to people whom you will never convince? Do you really think that you are doing anything to stop abortions? Even more importantly, will Jesus think you did enough or will he send you to burn in Hell for eternity? You know, Jesus may just want to fry you if he thinks you were more worried about your worldly comfort than unborn babies. How will you know if you are doing enough to keep Jesus happy with you?



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 18, 2010 at 2:26 am


Rich says:
Your Name aka Cara,
Your last post was on abortion, again.
I found some x-tians website where they whine about abortions. They claim there are 115,000 abortions per day throughout the world and 3,700 per day in the US. That works out to be about 3 per minute in the US alone. That is a lot.
Mr. Incredible says:
The abortuaries are busy.



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Mr. Incredible

posted April 18, 2010 at 2:26 am


Rich says:
What do you do to stop these abortions?
Mr. Incredible says:
We have accepted Justice Blackmun’s gift in Roe, itself, where he says that, had the suggestion of the establishment of legal “personhood” been before the Court, the Court would’ve had to rule the other way. So, “personhood” is on the ballot in Colorado and Mississippi, and about ten states are preparing a “personhood” law. After all, only persons get constitutional Rights.
Rich says:
Sit and your computer in the comfort of your home and write inane comments to people whom you will never convince?
Mr. Incredible says:
See, everybody? Rich admits that he has precluded himself from accepting any evidence that doesn’t agree with his preconceived, pro-kill-the-unborn-by-choice notions.



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posted April 18, 2010 at 2:27 am


Rich says:
Do you really think that you are doing anything to stop abortions?
Mr. Incredible says:
Yes.



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posted April 18, 2010 at 2:27 am


Rich says:
… will Jesus think you did enough…
Mr. Incredible asks:
What’s “enough”? Will Jesus confer with you on what’s “enough,” or will He go by the Standard of the Word of God?
Rich says:
… or will he send you to burn in Hell for eternity?
Mr. Incredible says:
We’re goin’ with Him to Heaven for eternity.



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posted April 18, 2010 at 2:28 am


Rich says:
You know, Jesus may just want to fry you if he thinks you were more worried about your worldly comfort than unborn babies.
Mr. Incredible says:
He sees that we’re not conformed to the world.



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posted April 18, 2010 at 2:29 am


Rich says:
How will you know if you are doing enough to keep Jesus happy with you?
Mr. Incredible says:
He tells us.



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Rich

posted April 18, 2010 at 12:55 pm


Mr. Incredible with the special powers directly from Jesus,
re: “He tells us”
Hmm, I think anytime you hear voices in your head you really ought to be alarmed about your state of mental health. Not a good sign.



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Boris

posted April 18, 2010 at 2:18 pm


Mr. Incredible says:
We’re goin’ with Him to Heaven for eternity.
Boris says: Hahahahaha. What an idiot! The Bible says that liars will NOT inherit the kingdom of heaven but will be cast into the lake of fire. Incredible you knowingly lied about my parents. That is all it takes. If there is a hell you have no way of avoiding it. And should we ever meet face to face, hell would seem like a much better alternative than what I would do with you. Squeal piggy piggy. ROFL! Some people know what a man who can bench press 300 pounds can do. And there’s nothing a pencil neck pot bellied sissy like you could do about it.



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HG

posted April 18, 2010 at 3:51 pm


“Mr. Incredible says: We have accepted Justice Blackmun’s gift in Roe, itself, where he says that, had the suggestion of the establishment of legal “personhood” been before the Court, the Court would’ve had to rule the other way.”
Once again, here is what Blackmun actually said.
“If this suggestion of personhood is established, the appellant’s case, of course, collapses, for the fetus’ right to life would then be guaranteed specifically by the Amendment.”
Notice the verb “IS” in the first sentence? This means the issue was before the Court at that time–and it was decided at that time. The suggestion of personhood of the unborn was eviscerated, not shelved for later consideration. The fact that Incred’s reading comprehension is only one grade higher than Carabellum’s seems to be the cause of much of his difficulty in understanding. That, and a mindset which automatically discards any information which conflicts with his beliefs — like evolution, geology, paleontology etc. etc. He certainly takes great pride in maintaining his ignorance!



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Your Name

posted April 18, 2010 at 6:32 pm


Re: Rich and HG
Somehow you have taken your view of murdering children worldwide as being an ethical decision.
I find this to not only be unconstitutional in everyway regarding our Posterity, but quite frankly supporting murderers worldwide as well, by biasing views towards protecting the murder itself. While, not protecting the little bodies developing.
Point made.
So, the very fact that you act as if by me defending the children, makes me a mangler as you so state towards the
english language, is in fact a smoke screen towards not doing what is right by those children.
One needs to defend them and stop giving excuses as why it is ok to murder them by choice.
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Your Name

posted April 18, 2010 at 6:33 pm


What’s the matter, you don’t like my name?



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Your Name

posted April 18, 2010 at 6:34 pm


What else are you trying to hide?



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Your Name

posted April 18, 2010 at 6:46 pm


The garbage, like your trying to pick up the torch from which I have been preaching and act like I didn’t do a thing, is a joke.



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HG

posted April 18, 2010 at 7:53 pm


cc: “Re: Rich and HG …I find this to not only be unconstitutional in everyway…, but quite frankly supporting murderers…”
Yes I know, but you aren’t a Supreme Court Justice, so, frankly, what you find to be unconstitutional carries no legal meaning.
The three posts from Your Name at 6:33, 6:34, and 6:46, are probably also from Carabellum, but she loses coherence and seems to be carrying on a type-written conversation with herself!



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Boris

posted April 19, 2010 at 2:50 am


Here’s Cara’s problem: “When a woman no longer finds herself acceptable to men, she turns to religion.” – Madame de Stael



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Your Name

posted April 19, 2010 at 5:07 pm


When a women wants a real man, she leans on the Lord.
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Your Name

posted April 19, 2010 at 5:10 pm


Re: Boris
Who says that I don’t find myself acceptable to a man?
Quite frankly I find myself very acceptable to a man, the point is timing and a loving relationship. Sorry for your comment.
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HG

posted April 19, 2010 at 6:48 pm


cc: “When a women wants a real man, she leans on the Lord.”
Well, it reputedly worked for Mary…Joseph heard her yelling “Oh God! Oh God!” from the loft. But I can’t believe that would work for any woman, I mean, the Lord must have some standards…wouldn’t want to get staph on the old staff!
That reminds me, I hope Obama nominates ‘Wood’ to the Court.



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Your Name

posted April 20, 2010 at 4:59 pm


Are you still letting them kill children through this administration?



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Boris

posted April 20, 2010 at 7:38 pm


Cara,
Tell us please, why did you murder your child?



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