Obama hates America and tried his dead-level best to destroy her during his eight-year dictatorship. While we have seen some economic recovery under Donald Trump, we may never recover from the moral decline spearheaded by the wicked Obama and his ungodly associates. I know Jim Linkin hates Trump for his moral shortcomings, but Trump is a saint compared to Satanâ€™s sidekick Barry Obama.
After my stepdad retired from the Army, he bought a farm and raised cattle and as many as 70,000 chickens at a time. Too late I realize what a sporting opportunity I missed by not setting up a blind in the broiler houses and blasting away with my trusty 16-gauge. Dang.
JAG, I donâ€™t know how it is where you live, but down here in the DeSoto National Forest (named for an abandoned 1957 DeSoto found there by the Forestry Service), we sometimes have to shut ourselves in for a day or so due to all the smoke from CONTROLLED burns. And despite the fact that I am very sensitive to smoke and easily get bronchitis, I donâ€™t mind a bit because I know the purpose of the controlled burns is to prevent UNCONTROLLED burns like they have constantly on the Left Coast. While it is tragic that so many have lost their lives and property, they didnâ€™t lose them to the fire as much as they did to stupid liberal policiesâ€”which is, I realize, a redundant phrase, as all liberal policies are stupid.
You see that, Christopher? Good thing your face is unrecognizable, and looks more like a 3D waffle with whiskers than an actual face. Otherwise the cops would be heading your way with a bushel of unserved warrants.
Less than one. Susan, if you donâ€™t want folks to take a belligerent attitude, maybe you should be a bit more humble yourself, and not act like Moses hurling the tables of the Law. If you had left out the first three paragraphs of your post, maybe the rest of it would have been better received. I am sure you and Erik mean well, but the holier-than-thou approach is a turnoff and can actually close peopleâ€™s minds to the things you have to say. Sorry for my disrespectful attitude. I really will try to behave, although I admit Iâ€™m not very good at it.
Excellent comments, Buckeyes. I wouldnâ€™t hold my breath waiting for Jim to come around to your scriptural and commonsense way of thinking, though. Apparently his skull goes all the way to the middle.
Second Peter 2:12 tells us why there are deer in the woods (and in suburban lawns), SC. They were â€śmade to be taken and destroyed.â€ť Too bad for the libs that God isnâ€™t more politically correct, huh?
Christian schools can be self-supporting if they set tuition rates at the proper level and conduct fundraisers that do not dishonor God. I know of several that do this, and Iâ€™m sure there are many more.
1..Jim Hunt is wrong. Elijah engaged in political and social activism when he put 950 false prophets to the sword. 2. If 99.99 percent of Americans support abortion, it is still murder and still a wicked abomination, and all who support it are an abomination as well, including you, Jim Lincoln. 3. Except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.
They should change their name to A Whole Lot of Money for Ourselves, A Little Bit for Asia, and No Gospel to Be Found Anywhere. Save your money and give it directly to a missionary sent out by a local church. This is not only prudent, but scriptural.
I didnâ€™t know Muslims donâ€™t serve homosexuals, Christopher, and I think they should. Preferably with barbecue sauce and Texas toast. Well, I better go put on my flak jacket before the ninnies with no sense of humor start hurling their fiery darts at me. Long pig. Yum-mee!
John UK, I would not put up a sign at church saying â€śAll welcome,â€ť and Iâ€™ll tell you why. One man comes to our church about once a year, and he roams all over the sanctuary talking loudly, arguing with people and disrupting the service; clearly this is not done â€śdecently and in order.â€ť Every time he shows up, we have to ask him to leave, and some local churches have gone so far as to have him arrested for trespassing. I know there are those who will say, â€śYou ought to let him come! Maybe heâ€™ll get saved.â€ť Yes, and maybe heâ€™ll distract someone else who might have gotten saved if he hadnâ€™t drawn their attention away from the preaching. We often have homeless people in our services. In fact we had one a couple of nights ago, and I could smell him ten yards away. I went over and welcomed him to the church, and told him I was glad he cameâ€”and I was. He sat quietly through a portion of the service and then left, which is something homeless people do often. â€śAllâ€ť are not welcome. But all who are willing to show respect for others are. Thatâ€™s where our church draws the line, and I donâ€™t think itâ€™s an unreasonable line to draw.