Since Feb 7, 2004

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Hi I'm scott,
I live in Oklahoma, I've been involved with debate for five years. I consider myself a devout Rush Limbaugh junkie, and listen to him quite often. Aside from debate, I am also involved in band and choir. At present I am 19 years of age. I am looking forward to some discussion w/ other conservatives, (republican or otherwise).

Thanks for your time. One of my main interests on-site is to discuss the matter of intelligent design, so please bear with me if that happens to be one of the main things I talk about.

" We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are *CREATED* equal, that they are endowed by their *CREATOR* with certain unalienable rights, that among them are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."
~The Declaration of Independence July 4th 1776~

There is another part in the Declararion that I find particularly important to this point in history. During the months leading up to the American Revolution, the evil king by his own decree instituted a law forbiding the governors from fullfilling their duties. "He has forbidden his Governors to pass Laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his Assent should be obtained; and when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them." Today liberals in Congress are attempting just this. Liberals (not just Democrats, this Includes RINOs and so-called independents) are threatening to fillibuster certain issues. Once these issues are fillibustered they have no intention of picking the issues back up. This is one of the reasons our founders first went to war against tyranny. I for one find that such threats of fillibuster to be just as vile and reckless as King George III's actions. The following link is here to help dispell a rumor that a majority of the founders of the United States (Those who signed and/or helped frame the Constitution) were deists. If this list is to be believed, only a token number of those listed were actually deists, and those were also considered themselves to be protestant Christians. Of those listed here, only three are considered to be actual deists. I can see one person who has been excluded. Thomas Jefferson is also considered to be a deist. For those of you who are of the persuasion that real scientists don't believe in God, please direct your attention to this book: This isn't all of the scientists in the world who believe in a creator of the universe. Most in this book embrace the idea of a literal 6 day creation however. Another good apologetics book can be found here: If, once you've read these two books, let me suggest this one: Don't care to invest time or money in these books? Let me suggest checking out this thread: