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Posts by Talisker

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  • The Book of Abraham Papyri and Joseph Smith

    08/01/2014 9:23:38 AM PDT · 33 of 33
    Talisker to Greetings_Puny_Humans

    So damning my soul isn’t enough, now I need to never have existed, unless I answer your religious inquisitory by first accepting your premise that I haven’t already said anything.

    Are you a Jesuit?

    It doesn’t surprise me that you can’t see me. To the contrary, why should you be able to?

    LOL

  • The Book of Abraham Papyri and Joseph Smith

    08/01/2014 9:02:59 AM PDT · 30 of 33
    Talisker to Greetings_Puny_Humans
    Be specific. What are my "misrepresentations"?

    You mean besides your claiming that you don't know what your misrepresentations are? Nothing.

    Enough of this nonsense, I'm out of here.

  • The Book of Abraham Papyri and Joseph Smith

    08/01/2014 8:43:55 AM PDT · 27 of 33
    Talisker to Greetings_Puny_Humans

    Your misrepresentation of my words and beliefs with your judgments is offensive, and your hypocrisy and arrogance are ugly and reflect no humility. I find nothing of Christ in what you say. Rather the opposite. It’s no wonder you use the Bible as a hammer.

    But I will give you this - your choice of FReep name perfectly represents your true personality.

  • The Book of Abraham Papyri and Joseph Smith

    08/01/2014 8:05:15 AM PDT · 24 of 33
    Talisker to Greetings_Puny_Humans
    You do not fail my criteria. You fail your own, and you fail the scriptures'.

    I don't mind that you disagree with my faith. But your refusal to even own your own judgments makes uyou a moral coward. Criteria do not float in the ether - they are created and defended by someone, are subject to examination, and applied within limits. What you are calling correct Christianity, and supposedly practicing, is nothing other than the need to somehow damn my soul, to crawl into my head with your twisted words and invalidate my relationship with Christ by making your own imagined presumptions about me. That's not religion - that's hate. and it's irrational hate under the guise of logic and proof, pursued by fear and insecurity and the desire to do serious damage. Where most people want to win and argument, you want to judge my very soul.

    I don't know how to break this to you, but you need help, and I suggest you get it before you influence someone who believe your pronouncements and you do real harm. I don't think your a poor Christian - I think you are mentally and emotionally ill. Christ is not a weapon to hurt people with, but by pursuing that aim, especially while claiming love, you have seriously damaged yourself. Again, get help - you are no teacher, and you do not represent the Good News.

  • The Book of Abraham Papyri and Joseph Smith

    08/01/2014 12:55:48 AM PDT · 21 of 33
    Talisker to Greetings_Puny_Humans
    It's easy to say it's very little when you're living in a strange and irrational world, but not for those of us who are normal.

    I told you I would fail your criteria. I didn't think it would be two-tiered, though. That's pretty slick, defining your particular beliefs as "normal." That way you get to include psychological deviancy into your evaluation of religious purity.

    And your dismissal of Christ as the Savior, by devaluing the meaning of anointed into a splash of oil - breathtaking.

    Wow, and to think I actually believed in the mercy and love and forgiveness of Christ, and thought I was living a spiritual life by studying Jesus's teachings, when all I was doing was becoming abnormal. Let's see, what to do, continue to pray to Jesus for guidance, or throw away a lifetime of spiritual experience, in favor of the details of your personal approval and judgment of normalcy? I mean, shall I keep going down the dark and sinful path to hell by following my prayers to a Christ that you've clearly proven doesn't even exist?

    My God, to think I've been praying to a smear of oil all these years, it's downright embarrassing. And all those experiences of mercy and love and guidance were just... fantasies!

    Matthew 7:5

  • The Book of Abraham Papyri and Joseph Smith

    07/31/2014 11:56:05 PM PDT · 18 of 33
    Talisker to Nifster
    You do not know much about either the Bible or the Nazarene.

    That's not all I don't know about - I'll bet you anything I know less about more things than you do. About Jesus, I pretty much summed myself up in post #16 above. Try not to laugh when you read it, as it is so lacking in learning.

  • The Book of Abraham Papyri and Joseph Smith

    07/31/2014 11:51:30 PM PDT · 17 of 33
    Talisker to mikeus_maximus
    You’re not the first skeptic to pursue this line of reasoning without investigation. Leo Strobel, a Jew, and a liberal journalist from San Francisco, set out to prove just how silly this Christianity stuff is. He used his investigative training to explore the facts. You should read his book, The Case for Christ. See where it takes you.

    LOL, so I'm a liberal Jew? Or am I a sceptic? See my post #16 for my declaration of faith. You'll no doubt find it inadequate, and I'll find your judgment amusing. So it's win-win.

  • The Book of Abraham Papyri and Joseph Smith

    07/31/2014 11:47:34 PM PDT · 16 of 33
    Talisker to Greetings_Puny_Humans
    You do not sound like a Christian, so it is probably impossible for you to understand the desire of Christians for the lost to be found... Probably would be wise for you not to put words into peoples mouths.

    You deny my faith in Christ and then tell me not to put words in others mouths in order to avoid my point?

    I wish I could say I found your kind of Christianity rare, but I can't. As for me, I consider Christ as the only way to reach God, and Jesus as a genuine full incarnation of Christ.

    So obviously, I'm not a Christian, because first of all that's not nearly enough to qualify, and second of all, I haven't received your certification on the relationship between my heart, mind and soul and the living, eternal God.

    But look at the bright side - without your certification I am sure to burn in hell for all eternity in screaming torment, so you've got that going for you. After all, can any less be expected for those who differ from your beliefs in even the slightest bit? I think not.

  • The Book of Abraham Papyri and Joseph Smith

    07/31/2014 10:58:13 PM PDT · 10 of 33
    Talisker to Greetings_Puny_Humans
    If it could be proven beyond doubt that Jesus did not rise from the dead, then Christianity is a false religion.

    Oh please, what about requiring proof He rise from the dead in the first place? The Bible is one of the most contested, edited, politically fought-over books in human history - as are claims of Jesus's teachings and even existence.

    Ultimately religion is based on faith and spiritual experience, not "proof," which is always ever anything but. Denying that reality about Christianity while requiring "proof" from Mormonism or any other faith is sheer hypocrisy. And really, why do it at all? If someone's faith brings them peace and closeness to God, as long as it doesn't involve killing or persecuting those who disagree with them, leave them alone. Isn't life hard enough without having to damn everyone who doesn't think the same? I get so sick of this crap.

    And this is a perfect example, because the very Protestants who believe Mormons aren't Christians also believe Catholics aren't Christians either - and Catholics believe the same thing about Protestants and Mormons. So in that case, why worry about Mormons not being real Christians of you also feel the same way about the entire other half of the acknowledged Christian world?

    Bah.

  • ABC40 Investigates: The Pit Bull Debate

    07/31/2014 2:51:27 PM PDT · 3 of 6
    Talisker to nickcarraway

    It’s the breeding of maniac pits with each other. It’s just not the same breed it used to be.

    And then of course, the fight training makes them even worse.

  • Topless Texas protesters troll gun activists

    07/31/2014 2:47:10 PM PDT · 16 of 76
    Talisker to Slings and Arrows

    ROFL, perfect reply!

    I was trying to figure out how to say that, and then I saw your post and realized there was no way to top it.

  • Stunner on The View: You Want to Protect Yourself Ladies? 'Get a Gun in Your Home!'

    07/30/2014 10:57:04 PM PDT · 9 of 17
    Talisker to willywill
    the hell with the father, apparently.

    Well of course - that's a given.

  • Illinois Police Officer Fired After Fatally Shooting Dog

    07/30/2014 10:56:24 PM PDT · 22 of 30
    Talisker to Ken H

    Thanks, I got them mixed up.

  • Illinois Police Officer Fired After Fatally Shooting Dog

    07/30/2014 10:08:05 PM PDT · 19 of 30
    Talisker to chrisinoc

    He threatened to arrest them if they tried to take the shot dog to the vet, too. Blocked their car with his in their driveway and refused to move it. No authority at all for that - any threat that he claimed the dog made was clearly neutralized by the shooting. He just wanted the dog... evidence... dead.

    This is some sick sh*t.

  • Dem Rep Schakowsky Suggests US Torturing Illegals with Cold

    07/30/2014 10:02:06 PM PDT · 20 of 29
    Talisker to Tailgunner Joe

    This is her clever little way if trying to get you to care about their welfare through personalizing their supposed suffering.

    Nothing liberals say is straightforward. Everything is a manipulation - everything is a calculated lie. Forget that at your peril.

  • Stunner on The View: You Want to Protect Yourself Ladies? 'Get a Gun in Your Home!'

    07/30/2014 9:57:27 PM PDT · 7 of 17
    Talisker to Impala64ssa

    Looks like Hillary has decided to become pro-gun after polling soccer moms.

  • State Department approved 215 Bill Clinton speeches, controversial consulting deal, worth $48m

    07/30/2014 7:05:53 PM PDT · 7 of 11
    Talisker to afraidfortherepublic
    ...raising questions about whether the Clintons fulfilled ethics agreements related to the Clinton Foundation during Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state.

    What questions? Everything is perfectly clear. The Clintons were clintoning, just like they always do.

  • Close call: axe through windshield!

    07/30/2014 3:57:21 PM PDT · 4 of 32
    Talisker to Citizen Zed

    I hate it when that happens.

  • The View goes Pro Gun? (Pigs are flying)

    07/30/2014 2:21:59 PM PDT · 11 of 23
    Talisker to skyman

    Hilary’s just triangulating the soccer moms who own guns and the wishy-washy middle rats and rinos. She’s throwing out the granola rats and looking for the liberal hypocrites.

  • Washington State Pols Weigh Controversial "In God We Trust" Plaque

    07/29/2014 5:48:35 PM PDT · 14 of 16
    Talisker to Publius

    For legal purposes, atheism needs to either be acknowledged as not a position that can address religious issues, or a religion that believes in a non-conscious God.

    Having atheism be allowed to oppose religious beliefs without these conditions is equivalent to allowing Sharia legal principles as valid arguments in an American court.

  • "How conservative Christian women came to claim “true” feminism" (Salon)

    07/29/2014 5:35:33 PM PDT · 6 of 9
    Talisker to Faith Presses On

    The only ones practicing “chaos rhetoric”are Leftists. Accusing conservatives of this tactic means they are finally catching heat for their constant use of it. Solution? More chaos rhetoric, of course, in the form of accusing their victims of using it. And it’s not that this is some sophisticated mind judo - no, rather, Leftists and their liberal tools simply are not creative. They are evil, and evil can’t create, it can only copy and repeat. So that’s what these scumbags are doing, copying and repeating, over and over and over.

    Feminism’s big problem right now is that conservative women are openly reclaiming the femininity and natural feminine power feminists stole forty years ago. Feminists never had real feminine power - they just banned acknowledgement of it in favor of stolen male power which they can’t control and which drives females insane because it’s not FOR them in the first place. And I’m not talking about leadership positions or education or pay equality. I’m talking about turning against feminine energy itself and assuming male energy, through everything from imitative emotional affectations to physical swagger, but especially through hateful caracatures of masculinity created by contemptuous Leftist madness.

    American women have been so incredibly fooled. Leftist feminists are the true women haters, and have led millions of women into unnatural lives of hateful misery, prescription drug addiction, alcoholism and constant insecurity and fear - all to get their Democrat votes by teaching them to blame their self-created collectivist hell on conservatives.

    If liberal women understood what has been done to them by these feminist monsters, they’d rip Hillary and her communist minion feminist Leftists into bloody chunks with their bare hands.

    But alas, they remain utterly clueless, and continue to drink the salt water of their feminist masters, hoping against hope that someday they will know peace again, and never comprehending that the collective can only exist in misery.

  • Fashion industry, retailers and the gender binary

    07/28/2014 10:59:19 PM PDT · 8 of 36
    Talisker to Olog-hai
    As a transgender woman who began her transition about a year ago, Kylie Jack is still figuring out her fashion style, but she wanted one thing right away: well-fitting bras.

  • My Church Loyalties

    07/28/2014 10:52:08 PM PDT · 64 of 79
    Talisker to The Grammarian
    I reject the presented dichotomy as a false dichotomy born out of a hyper-individualistic soteriology that supposes that we can be Christ-followers in isolation from one another.

    That's a helluva statement. But it makes my reply simple: I reject anyone's insistence on coming between me and God as satanic - by definition.

    Glad we understand each other.

  • Six-year-old girl watches in horror as police 'shoot dead her dog Apollo in her front yard

    07/28/2014 10:41:57 PM PDT · 109 of 129
    Talisker to BarbM
    you have a knack of being judgmental. And you sound so angry.

    I don’t know what NLP means or android.

    I’m 53 and have lived a hard life. When you move out of your parent’s basement and experience real life. unplugged life where people you love get shot, die of caner or screw you over. Where you try to better your life and all you get is laughed at. etal.

    You’ll be less quick to call people androids and tell them to go get screwed.

    Once you actually live life, you will feel sad because the little girl who saw her dog shot, will probably see her uncle shot and brother killed.

    SO yes, it was just a dog, but there’s so much more to come to little girls who live like that. And it’s sad. Dogs aren’t people.

    If what you call living life means getting to the point where you shrug off the trauma of a six year old girl who watched her dog be shot to death by a cop for doing nothing, then I'll pass. Not to mention your incredibly insulting and bizarre pronouncements on her uncle and brother, your maudlin fantasies and your adolescent emotional accusations.

    I sound angry? Well let me just rush to give you emotional justifications and explanations and completely struggle to explain myself... LOL, not.

    Nah, I don't sound angry - you do. Read your own posts, look at the bitterness and manipulation in it, your justification of your own heartlessness, your spinning of FUD. Not to mention your cruelty towards the little girl.

    Or your need to infantile me. Mommy Dearest is obviously your leverage technique. To bad for you I'm not a child, or some confused teenager who doesn't recognize... what... he's looking at. LOL

    Stay away from little girls. After all, who knows what horror you'll want to show them for their own good. Especially at the hand of rotten men, right? Criminal uncles and brothers, for example, who deserve to be shot down like that dog? Yeah, you're real hard to understand...

    Get help.

  • Mt. Morris CSD teacher arrested under "Leandra's Law"

    07/28/2014 10:16:04 PM PDT · 8 of 9
    Talisker to Morgana

    Uh, I don’t think you caught my meaning.

    Never mind.

  • Cenk Uygur Trashes ‘[feline nickname]’ Hannity: ‘I’ll Kick His [expletive] All Day Long’

    07/28/2014 6:31:25 PM PDT · 7 of 29
    Talisker to 2ndDivisionVet

    Cenk Uygur, edgy muslim liberal, oh my.

    :: yawn ::

  • Mt. Morris CSD teacher arrested under "Leandra's Law"

    07/28/2014 6:27:37 PM PDT · 2 of 9
    Talisker to Morgana
    I've never even heard of Leandra's Law. "Because the children were under 15"?? Why not "Because the children were under 18". Sounds like a stupid law if it does not protect all children.

    That only applies to gun statistics, where children are counted until age 30.

    C'mon, keep up.

  • BREAKING: Kanye West Announces He’ll Leave The United States Because Of Racism

    07/28/2014 6:24:42 PM PDT · 25 of 217
    Talisker to mandaladon
    According to West, “we’ve got enough money to buy our own island or some sh*t. I’ll be damned if I raise my daughter around ignorance and flat-out blatant racism.

    Well if you insist on raising her, that's exactly how she's going to grow up. After all, with you as her dad, there's little she can do to escape your hate.

    But I do recommend an island - seriously. You'll be happy there, and we'll be happy you're there. Win-win.

  • My Church Loyalties

    07/28/2014 6:18:49 PM PDT · 30 of 79
    Talisker to The Grammarian; metmom
    metmom: The church, the Body of Christ, is an organism, not an organization.

    The Grammarian: What are denominations, but groups of Christians? Denominations (or Communions, so as to include the non-Protestant groups) are the Church.

    For someone with your name, better reading comprehension is expected than what you are displaying. If you want to disagree with the metmom assertion of "organism, not an organization," then you should have said so.

    But to turn your back on that root point and then make a lot of noise about merely different levels of the very corporatization metmom discriminated from is, I think disingenuous.

    In short, you are addressing org charts, while metmom is addressing the divine family of souls who have received Christ in their hearts and minds and lives.

    Some people see those two things as separate subjects.

  • Six-year-old girl watches in horror as police 'shoot dead her dog Apollo in her front yard

    07/28/2014 5:24:04 PM PDT · 77 of 129
    Talisker to BarbM
    So you claim your full heart is why you are so shockingly heartless, go on to trash the little girl's entire family because the cop murdered her dog in front of her, and then try to insult me for calling you on your own words?

    Try a different NLP tape, android.

    Or on second thought, why bother? You are what you are. It's not like it's hidden anymore.

  • Six-year-old girl watches in horror as police 'shoot dead her dog Apollo in her front yard

    07/28/2014 1:58:54 PM PDT · 66 of 129
    Talisker to BarbM
    ...it’s only a dog. The little girl is going to see much worse than that in her long life.

    Yeah, eventually she going to have to deal with people like you - black-pantsuited females with charred, smoking craters where their hearts used to be.

    Compared to that, a beloved pet dog shot to death in front of a six year old girl is actually funny, eh?

    Oh I'm sorry, did I forget to say SCREW YOU?

  • Entitled to What? Hillary Clinton’s long march through the institutions

    07/25/2014 9:30:36 PM PDT · 2 of 8
    Talisker to 2ndDivisionVet

    Hillary has been trying to fight the Butterly Effect for twenty years, like a mob thug firing wildly into the air with a gat.

    You can’t fix stupid.

  • PRO BONO LAW MORPHS INTO LEFT-WING LAWFARE

    07/25/2014 9:15:23 PM PDT · 4 of 5
    Talisker to 2ndDivisionVet
    Where are the conservative pro bono lawyers?

    LOL, that's a step too far.

    Where are the conservative lawyers?

  • Climate change: Could we engineer greener humans? (Smaller, aversion to red meat & hibernate)

    07/24/2014 4:09:05 PM PDT · 25 of 37
    Talisker to equalator

    And we can engineer liberals by removing their spines.

  • Defending Property Rights is a Uniquely American Duty

    07/24/2014 4:06:19 PM PDT · 4 of 6
    Talisker to Kaslin

    Excellent essay - he nailed this subject to the wall. Thanks for posting.

  • Göbekli Tepe Excavator Klaus Schmidt Passes Away

    07/24/2014 4:01:25 PM PDT · 5 of 20
    Talisker to fatez

    Wonder what he found...

  • Francis's Secret Friend in Caserta

    07/24/2014 12:10:39 AM PDT · 5 of 6
    Talisker to Steelfish
    Big mistake. Heretical beliefs must not be validated even indirectly.

    Funny, many would see your criticism of the Pope acting on behalf of the Church in and as he sees fit to be heretical on your part.

  • Why Would All These People Lie About Pope Francis?

    07/23/2014 9:09:25 PM PDT · 33 of 48
    Talisker to Brian Kopp DPM
    We owe obedience to the Pope on matters of Faith and Morals. But popes are infallible only in matters of Faith and Morals. They are not impeccable. They can and do sin. They can and do make imprudent judgments. And when they do Catholics are free to express their opinions in that regard without being accused of “attacking” the Pope.

    Protestants don't accept the authority of the Pope. You admit Popes are fallible. Therefore there should not be so much animosity between Catholics and Protestants. They should be able to disagree and yet accept each other as differing, united in their love of Christ. I disagree with the pope saying that all Christians should unite under Catholicism - rather, I think Catholicism should join other Christian faiths AS one Christian faith among many under the unifying concept of love of Christ.

    Unfortunately, it seems every faith on the planet wants to be the only faith on the planet.

  • Why Would All These People Lie About Pope Francis?

    07/23/2014 8:44:59 PM PDT · 25 of 48
    Talisker to Brian Kopp DPM
    Another troubling irony is that those who usually attack Catholicism and the papacy seem to want to defend this Pope, and those who usually defend the papacy in general are troubled by him.

    One would think that obedience to the Pope would be a matter of faith to a Catholic. What's ironic is that it's not - or rather that it is, per specified subsection clauses and applicable interpretive definitions of what the meaning of "faith," is.

    As opposed, say, to the Protestant attitude towards the Pope which, of course, is completely different.

    Hey, you want to throw in a zing, don't be surprised when you get one back. All I did was support the Pope on this thread. That such a thing would irritate a Catholic - in the name of true Catholicsm, no less - is... ironic.

  • Why Would All These People Lie About Pope Francis?

    07/23/2014 8:18:34 PM PDT · 18 of 48
    Talisker to Brian Kopp DPM
    And he [Pope Francsis] said, ‘You know you don’t need, you don’t need to be in the Church, you are part of the Church, you don’t physically need to be in it, inside it you know to be part of God’s family like.’

    I feel like the author is Roseanne Roseannadanna. The pope didn't say someone should be outside the Church. He acknowledged her as a Catholic and responded to the pain she felt having been sexually abused "at the hands of a curate in the archdiocese of Dublin." In other words he was addressing, quite specifically, her physical presence in an actual physical church as not being necessary under her conditions so as to not cause her any more pain.

    Sheesh. I'm not even Catholic and it's clear to me that he was giving her a dispensation for relief. And to those of you who say it's because I'm not Catholic that I agree with the Pope - do you even hear what you're saying? LOL!

  • John Roberts vs. Obamacare: Rock, Paper, Socialism Sucks!

    07/23/2014 5:13:10 PM PDT · 17 of 18
    Talisker to xuberalles
    While I agree with you concerning the devastating effects of Obamacare and the intrusion of FedGov into everyday life at every level, you are mistaken about what Roberts did.

    Roberts drew attention to the legal mechanism by which this intrusion is taking place and expanding itself. He is Chief Justice, not a politician, so he used what he's empowered to use - a judicial ruling. And in that ruling, contrary to popular opinion, he did not create new law. Rather, he obeyed existing law so tightly that he focused a laser beam on exactly, precisely how it is being abused by the government.

    In doing this, he tried to show Americans this mechanism, and confirm with the authority of his position that it is in fact the actual mechanism and not some mere legal theory. He pointed out the details of what everyone knows but no one can definitively find - the legal method, the actual statutes, whereby this is being done, and thus the legal method by which it can be stopped - namely, it's intrinsic and self-declared limitations.

    However, few got the message. And concerning those who did get it, a quote from Winston Churchill comes to mind: “Occasionally people stumble over the truth. Most dust themselves off and continue walking as though nothing had happened.”

    Therefore, for the record, once again:

    One Stone, Two Powers: How Chief Justice Roberts Saved America

  • Thomas the Tank Engine had to shut the hell up to save children everywhere (Racist train!)

    07/23/2014 4:43:43 PM PDT · 9 of 31
    Talisker to TigerClaws

    Meanwhile this sensitive liberal soccer mom no doubt excuses the Muslim murder of Christians as a cultural difference.

  • The Balfour Declaration: the Legal Right to a Jewish State

    07/23/2014 4:37:29 PM PDT · 37 of 39
    Talisker to Star Traveler

    I don’t recall asking you to do anything for me.

    Incredible, isn’t it?

  • The Balfour Declaration: the Legal Right to a Jewish State

    07/23/2014 2:59:52 PM PDT · 35 of 39
    Talisker to Star Traveler
    The Bible makes it simple for you ... :-) ...

    Yes it does. But you make it a complex horror. Because the difference between us is that you see no difference between yourself and the Bible, and I do.

  • American flags replaced with white flags on Brooklyn Bridge

    07/23/2014 2:56:05 PM PDT · 31 of 36
    Talisker to Crim
    “Also you didn’t forget that inverse-negative thing of one of the flags, did you? Kind of hard for bleaching to do that.”

    Again...link please...I have seen nothing to suggest that both flags were not the same official US flags in standard colors.

    Three seconds on Google...

  • American flags replaced with white flags on Brooklyn Bridge

    07/23/2014 2:40:49 PM PDT · 30 of 36
    Talisker to Crim
    At least I’m not a dismissive *insert invective here*.

    But you are. While invoking "Occam's razor" you continued to ignore the reversed/negative white flag, which couldn't possibly have been done by "bleach." Not to mention that the idea of bleaching two giant flags in the middle of the night, in the dark, on the top of a bridge, rather than just replacing them with prepared flags is obviously absurd. Why not just say they brought a sewing machine and tools of white thread and stitched it together up there? And you believe the giant turkey pan story? Really? Why, because compared to the gallons of bleach, a couple of giant banging aluminum turkey pans were nothing? Compared to, say, a role of aluminum duct tape or a can of spray paint?

    Bet you also believe they got past the gates and guards and cameras unseen too.

  • The Balfour Declaration: the Legal Right to a Jewish State

    07/23/2014 2:31:24 PM PDT · 31 of 39
    Talisker to Star Traveler
    The Bible can solve your problem of not being aware of “what” it is to be saved.

    You're like some preacher out of a 1930's dustbowl movie.

    Or you're pretending to be one in order to slander Protestants.

    I vote for Door Number 2.

  • Muslims Declare War Against Catholicism, And Attack Priests And Monks...

    07/23/2014 2:17:06 PM PDT · 22 of 22
    Talisker to Rashputin

    Whatever.

  • Why Didn't Anyone Kill Hitler?

    07/23/2014 1:34:49 PM PDT · 98 of 99
    Talisker to Pelham

    Reading comprehension I’d clearly not your strong suit - the established subject was your quote that Kirk minimized the Doctrine of Negative Rights (not that you made that statement yourself, never that, you’re just an acolyte randomly quoting your god Kirk, of course).

    But then, you were just tasked with a single goal and you’re sticking to it - undermining the discussion of actual conservative issues in context, by getting conservatives to worship name over argument, accept lack of personal statements in exchange for name loyalty, and attacking anyone who calls you on your crap.

    What a good little collectivist handler you are. Cost you your soul, but hey, look at all the little gold stars you got on your report card to replace it!

    Carry on, worshipper. I’m no longer interested in wasting time with someone who won’t even own their own thoughts. Worms revolt me.

  • CNN Vs. RT Shouting Match: ‘You’re Supposed To Be A Journalist!’ (VIDEO)

    07/23/2014 1:20:16 PM PDT · 5 of 27
    Talisker to PoloSec

    Sounds like Cuomo got his butt handed to him and tried to kick over the table to hide it.