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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cool4us View Post
    But the Bible considers homosexualism to be a grievous act. So therefore if our leaders are gay they cannot lead in God's will. Plain and Simple!!

    http://www.cnsnews.com/node/68284
    The U.S. is a sectarian country with respect for all religions without having allegiance to any religion. So, the Bible has no authority in the leadership of our politicians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    The U.S. is a sectarian country with respect for all religions without having allegiance to any religion. So, the Bible has no authority in the leadership of our politicians.
    That's a shame is all I can say about that. I don't think that way however. Thank you, thank you very much
    "I could have ended the war in a month. I could have made North Vietnam look like a mud puddle."
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    speaking of the bible i wonder if oboma has made it to church yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoBoTeq View Post
    NO! We have not!

    There has never been an American president who has openly admitted to being homosexual. We can speculate all we want about Buchannon and Clinton, but nothing has ever been made a definite concerning homosexuallity.

    Why? Because until recently, it didn't matter.
    Hey robo, I didn't like Clinton either but really he chased every skirt he saw pretty, homely, White, Black, Indian it did not matter. He was far from a homo. Maybe a degenerate, immoral to the core, rapist and whore-monger but not gay. Thank you, thank you very much
    "I could have ended the war in a month. I could have made North Vietnam look like a mud puddle."
    "I have little interest in streamlining government or in making it more efficient, for I mean to reduce its size. I do not undertake to promote welfare, for I propose to extend freedom. My aim is not to pass laws, but to repeal them. It is not to inaugurate new programs, but to cancel old ones that do violence to the Constitution."
    Barry Goldwater

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennac View Post
    That's a shame is all I can say about that. I don't think that way however. Thank you, thank you very much
    Just because the Bible has no authority over our nation from a government standpoint does not mean that the U.S. was not built on and our Constitutional values not derived from Biblical influence. Just about all of the laws of our land derived originally from Biblical guidance.

    No matter what we may call ourselves religiously, including those who claim to not believe in God, it is God...the only God and only Creator of the physical universe, who has spiritual authority over each and every one of us. Unfortunately we too often allow ourselves to be influenced by that which is against God, including the denial of God's existance.
    Government is a disease...
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    Quote Originally Posted by local553 View Post
    speaking of the bible i wonder if oboma has made it to church yet.
    Obama did a photo op visit to an historically Black church on Easter.
    Still No Regular Church for Obama family

    Still, not everyone was happy to see all the VIPs. Worshippers were forced to wait in long lines and go through metal detectors, while latecomers were turned away for security reasons. Several were upset about missing holiday services, but preferred not to comment.

    When President Obama first moved to Washington, D.C., he said his family would explore local churches before joining one. He now says the family will remain without a church because their attendance would be too intrusive.

    "We've decided for now ... not to join a single church. The reason is because Michelle and I have realized we are very disruptive to services," Obama told NBC News last month. "Now, there are a whole bunch of churches who would say it's OK, but [not] when every other member of the congregation has to be 'magged' every time you attend," Obama said about the security screening process.
    I agree with Obama's rationale for not attending public services. I just don't believe that Obama has much use for God other then to perpetuate his goal for world domination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glennac View Post
    Hey robo, I didn't like Clinton either but really he chased every skirt he saw pretty, homely, White, Black, Indian it did not matter. He was far from a homo. Maybe a degenerate, immoral to the core, rapist and whore-monger but not gay. Thank you, thank you very much
    Come now Glenn, Clinton is a sef described sex maniac. I'll bet he wouldn't turn down a little sausage fest with the guys once in a while. You see Glenn, you have a very singular idea of what homosexuallity is. Mick Jagger and David Bowie have always been notorious womanizers, yet they checked each other out as well....(ewww, I don't like thinking about that factor of two idols from my youth.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bill View Post
    Former President Jimmy Carter says U.S. voters have reached the point where they would be willing to elect a gay president “in the near future.”

    “I think the entire population of America has come tremendous strides forward in dealing with the issue of gays,” Carter said in the video. He also compared the emergence of gay-rights concerns with the rise of the Civil Rights movement some 50 years ago. ...

    http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/J...2/17/id/380318
    I will vote for the person that I think is the best choice for the job. I don't care what color they are, what their sexual preference is or even whether or not they were born in this country. Unfortunately, there are far too many voters who would vote for someone ONLY because they are black or gay or whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fixacr View Post
    I will vote for the person that I think is the best choice for the job. I don't care what color they are, what their sexual preference is or even whether or not they were born in this country. Unfortunately, there are far too many voters who would vote for someone ONLY because they are black or gay or whatever.

    So you think a gay person must have been born gay and did not choose that lifestyle? Well I personally think they "choose" that lifestyle, and if they choose to be with men, they might just choose to be with the Russians instead of Americans, if they become President. I do not think a gay person is a logically thinking person, we have a gay mayor here, and she has already tried to bring in other gays to the upcoming vacant city counsel seats, she should back off, and let the voters choose, and stick with the regular business of the day. You see where I am coming from, our Mayor has already took her abnormal mind off the city's business, to focus on her own agenda, and she is not bringing them in because there the best for the job, she is bringing them in because their gay. See, you said, "I will vote for the person that I think is the best choice for the job" as you can see, the illogical gays don't think that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fixacr View Post
    I will vote for the person that I think is the best choice for the job. I don't care what color they are, what their sexual preference is or even whether or not they were born in this country. Unfortunately, there are far too many voters who would vote for someone ONLY because they are black or gay or whatever.
    This is a problem!

    You should care, because this defines them as a person. You should also care what religion they are and what secret fraternal orders they belong to. Most of all, they better be a natural born citizen for them to run for office.

    A queer president will favor queers in the white house and soon, all of DC will smell like arss.
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    Before Jimmy Carter was elected, he claimed to be a committed witness for Christ, and I believe, a devout Baptist. I may have voted for him...I can't remember.

    He has evolved, or "Came out" himself as a raging anti-Christ super-liberal. He has made it clear that he detests Israel, and sides with their enemies at every opportunity; and now this foolishness.

    He has embraced every Socialist agenda that he could chime in on with liberal rhetoric that is simply Marxist nonsense. We've elected some stinkers, and some incompetents, as President, but Jimmy Carter may take the cake for the biggest flip flop away from the evangelical claims, to Marxism as a religion.[He almost sunk the economy..]

    He's lost his mind, or at best, his conscience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bill View Post
    So you think a gay person must have been born gay and did not choose that lifestyle? Well I personally think they "choose" that lifestyle, and if they choose to be with men, they might just choose to be with the Russians instead of Americans, if they become President. I do not think a gay person is a logically thinking person, we have a gay mayor here, and she has already tried to bring in other gays to the upcoming vacant city counsel seats, she should back off, and let the voters choose, and stick with the regular business of the day. You see where I am coming from, our Mayor has already took her abnormal mind off the city's business, to focus on her own agenda, and she is not bringing them in because there the best for the job, she is bringing them in because their gay. See, you said, "I will vote for the person that I think is the best choice for the job" as you can see, the illogical gays don't think that way.
    You're reading a little too much into my statement. I did not say that I think a gay person would be a good President. I personally believe exactly the opposite. My point is that Carter's statement seems to imply that we should elect someone because he/she is gay. If that is what he meant, then I could not disagree more.
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