This is a POLITICAL DEBATE. While religion may have a place in politicians deciding things, a theological debate does not. If you want to debate theology go to the current theological debate about Tiger Woods. Comments not related to the State of the Union shown earlier tonight will be deleted. Don’t cry that I deleted your comments, if you didn’t read the rules it’s not my problem it is yours…With that said..Let’s Get It On!!!
Archive for January, 2010
Posted by Enkill_Eridos on January 28, 2010
Posted by princessxxx on January 27, 2010
Posted by princessxxx on January 27, 2010
OH, AND ANDRE BAUER IS A CLOSETED HOMOSEXUAL.
Posted by Enkill_Eridos on January 23, 2010
I updated the look for Project: Sanctuary…I also added a post not theology based, but more of a sticky about us thing…sadly I will be on this blog in a more administrative position.
I’ll post something news worthy if I happen to come across it, but don’t expect anything new from me on ADKOB until I am done with the posts I want to do on Project: Sanctuary.
(Basically when the other parental type administrator sends me a message saying..you have to stop the car and spank the kids. I will post a comment, but I do not have the time to actually participate in debates and what not.)
Posted by princessxxx on January 22, 2010
I IMAGINE IT’S ONLY A MATTER OF TIME BEFORE THIS ONE IS CAUGHT IN A JOHN EDWARDS, MARK SANFORD TYPE EXTRAMARITAL AFFAIR.
Posted by obama the antichrist on January 22, 2010
Posted on Thu, Jan. 21, 2010
Mass. election stalls overhaul
With an opponent chosen, and smaller Senate ranks, Democrats spoke of going more slowly on health care.
By David Lightman and William Douglas
WASHINGTON – Democrats’ efforts to overhaul the health-care system stalled yesterday – and could be scaled back substantially – as suddenly somber lawmakers struggled to absorb Republican Scott Brown’s victory in the Massachusetts Senate race.
Brown will become the Republicans’ 41st seat when he takes office, probably in about two weeks.
If Republicans maintain their unity, as they have for months, their 41 Senate votes can block Democratic action on almost anything. Read the rest of this entry »
Jesus Guns, No wonder the Islamic Fundies want to kill us all, and think the war on terror is just another Crusade.
Posted by Enkill_Eridos on January 20, 2010
The Crusades is one of the biggest genocides that ever happened in the world..Yet Hitler’s handful of years (In comparison the Crusades where spread out a total of about 250 years in a 500 year period.) gets more attention. The Catholic Church apologized in 2000 to Islam about it..and that is supposed to make it better.
References to Jesus have no business on something designed to kill another human being..This actually makes me a little sick..No wonder I don’t have a lot of respect for the organized religion or the fundamentalists that are it. (I actually don’t have a lot of respect for fundamnetalists of all religions. I also don’t have too much respect for any organized religion that makes prideful claims.)
Posted by 1minionsopinion on January 19, 2010
Even though a major earthquake decimated the place, cruise passengers on the 4,370-berth Independence of the Seas, owned by Royal Caribbean International, should still be able to lark about on a Haiti resort beach just like the tour brochure promised…
The decision to go ahead with the visit has divided passengers. The ships carry some food aid, and the cruise line has pledged to donate all proceeds from the visit to help stricken Haitians. But many passengers will stay aboard when they dock; one said he was “sickened”.
“I just can’t see myself sunning on the beach, playing in the water, eating a barbecue, and enjoying a cocktail while [in Port-au-Prince] there are tens of thousands of dead people being piled up on the streets, with the survivors stunned and looking for food and water,” one passenger wrote on the Cruise Critic internet forum.
“It was hard enough to sit and eat a picnic lunch at Labadee before the quake, knowing how many Haitians were starving,” said another. “I can’t imagine having to choke down a burger there now.”
Some booked on ships scheduled to stop at Labadee are afraid that desperate people might breach the resort’s 12ft high fences to get food and drink, but others seemed determined to enjoy their holiday.”I’ll be there on Tuesday and I plan on enjoying my zip line excursion as well as the time on the beach,” said one.
Actually, the article does list the pallets of food and supplies the company dropped off, and how much money it’s raised so far for relief efforts (including the 100% donation of these tour proceeds) so it’s not like they’re just in it for the money here, but still.