LOL Oh, "What have you done to me LATELY"? LOL<br>Does that mean I can't cite the Genocide of the American <br>Aborigine, or Slavery, or African Apartheid?<br><br><br><br>So you're going to tell us that a hateful PoS<br>like yourself is supposedly a "Christian"?<br><br>You've simply signed onto the next neo-Agenda<br>and no doubt we'll all have to put up with your<br>SHCF BS for the next who-knows-how-long. <br><br>Talk about self loathing... <br>You apparently suffer from a need to be hated. <br><br><br><br>I just don't see the need to buy into your BS. <br><br>
Your argument is contingent on two things here.<br><br>1) That I've been hateful towards Christians.<br><br>That is false. I am hateful towards chrome car decals that denote one's religion or philosophical stance on evolution. I think it cheapens both science and faith to emblematize either one next to a motor companies name plate. I don't know. Call me reverend I guess.<br><br>2) That I am personally responsible for responding with outrage when ever anything happens.<br><br>In this case, I kind of suspect that everyone is saddened and outraged by the Jordan bombings. To say that someone is not is insulting, plain and simple.<br><br>That brings me to my next point. You're trying to needle me for making a lighthearted comment in a completely different context in a stupid attempt to make me look like an [censored]. It's a pretty scummy thing to do, but I don't need to say that for your benefit. Even so, you're trying to make me look bad in the face of all of the nasty personal attacks you have made on me and other members of the forum.<br><br>Good luck with that. As a fellow Christian, peace be with you. Maybe one day you'll learn.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Your argument is contingent on two things here.<br><br>1) That I've been hateful towards Christians.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Wrong. My argument is that you're carrying on a petty "crusade" against Christians, even going so far as mocking their symbolism. Big man you are. <br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>2) That I am personally responsible for responding with outrage when ever anything happens.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Wrong.<br><br>While you're busy singing the dangers of those Fundamentalist Christians, I'm concerned about your distinctive lack of anything regarding those of a religion who kill people on a regular, if not daily, basis. <br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Maybe one day you'll learn.<p><hr></blockquote><p>If you're teaching, I'd rather skip the class. <br><br>* * * * * * * * * * * * * *<br>I [censored] bigger than you.
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Imagine if the people rioting in France were Christians. Can you imagine how often we would be told that by the media? But as it is, to the normal observer, they would never know that it's France's Muslim population doing all of the rioting. <br><br>Same with terrorism. The media make up little pet names for their jihadist friends, calling them, among other things:<br><br>Insurgents<br><br>Rebels<br><br>Freedom fighters<br><br><br>For some reason, they won't say it....they are ISLAMIC terrorists. Does that make all Muslims terrorists? Not by a long shot....but where's the truth in the reporting? <br><br>Then you have people that play the "there are extremists on both sides." Really? Who? Eric Rudolph? When is the last time Christians started rioting and overturning cars? Blew up airplanes? Set off a suicide bomb in a cafe? <br><br><br><br>
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>they are ISLAMIC terrorists<p><hr></blockquote><p>Not saying I agree or disagree, but if Muslims were taking over our country would you call the (christian, I guess) US citizens who opposed it forcibly terrorists? If they come here to take over my land and my government, I'm breaking out the rifles and killing as many as I can.<br><br>
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