Oh, you've got all the subtlety of the Cookie Monster in a Keebler factory.
I knew full well that you'd avoid the issue, which is that neostatists like you fling accusations of 'Liberal!' like they'll stick, when all you really want is to be government expansionists in your own right.
No expansion here, status quo is just fine.
C'mon, you and your ilk practically slip in your own drool every time someone says theocracy.
Never mentioned it but thanks for playing the fool.
The only problem is, there aren't enough snakehandlers of your crazy stripe to run one as big as you'd like it to be.
Who wants snakes, YOU?
To: Clint N. Suhks
I'm not sure which 'reply' to respond to, but I'm pretty sure I can't, either. Not because it's full of such stunning logic and incredibly gripping rhetoric, but because it's simply reinforcing what you (and I said before), and that's that you simply can't admit your theocrat leanings.
"Be afraid, Jesus says, be VERY afraid, burning alive isnt even close. "
"All the citizens didn't heed Lot's warning and, therefor, like you and the rest of the pro-sodomy supporters that cohere may receive the same fate."
If you wish to establish laws based upon Scripture, admit it and come out of the closet already. If you're saying that private action is just that, then how about you admit that these folks have every right to do what they're doing? The APA isn't a government body. It isn't even an association of American psychiatrists. It's a group of left-wing American psychiatrists. What does their behavior have to do with good government?
I remember three parts of the New Testament that you forget, and I'll always consider Jesus' words more important than anything that came before him.
"Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."
"Before you pluck the mote out of your brother's eye, pluck the mote out of your own."
"Let he who is without sin cast the first stone."
Of course, I also remember a favorite Bloom County quote:
Chairwoman Tippy: "Well, Mr. Dallas, we've heard your smut masquerading as songs, and we've heard how teen prostitution, pregnancy, drug use, cults, runaways, suicide and poor hygiene are sweeping this nation. We thought you might like to share with the committee any particular causes you might see for those latter problems."
Steve Dallas: "I dunno. Maybe the proliferation of narrow, suffocating zealotry masquerading as parenting in this country."
posted on 06/15/2003 7:03:02 PM PDT
(Leviticus is a very long chapter. How come only part of it still counts? There's mote in YOUR eye!)
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