Jim Lincoln wrote: â- excerpt from,"Another COVID-19 Outbreak at John MacArthurâs Grace Community Church â UPDATED" https://tinyurl.com/ybwl9ko3 â-
Focus, Jim. This thread is about Rick Warren. Besides, you canât have âanother outbreakâ without having a previous one. Three part time workers out of 7000 members isnât an outbreak in any language, even that of liberals who are bad at math.
Jim Lincoln wrote: There are several people in the same situation such as the governor of Alabama. People shouldn't be exposed to such abuse âđ excerpt from,"Dominion Voting Systems Employee Sues Trump Campaign And Allies For Defamation" https://tinyurl.com/ycqm8x4g
Hilarious, Jim. And spoken like a true Dominion-ist. If thereâs a corruption to defend, you step up to meet the need.
Jim Lincoln wrote: â- It does make me suspicious of people who says the elections are dishonest and perhaps are guilty of trying to make them so "Pennsylvania Man Charged With Voter Fraud For Casting Ballot For Trump Under Dead Motherâs Name" https://tinyurl.com/y72jrw2v Here's the third Republican in Pennsylvania to be found doing this, apparently Democrats haven't been doing it? I wonder how many more Republicans that has yet to be been found been doing this â
Three? Wow Jim, well done finding 3. But with thousands in the other direction, you cant see any of them? Even with video? Need a new prescription for your trifocals?
Jim loves to distract by drawing people into old threads. As far as Barr goes, I thought he was ok until he said there was no widespread tampering with the election. Then I knew he was just using slippery language so he wouldnât have to say there was focused tampering in specific States. Glad heâs gone.
The Quiet Christian wrote: It has been my observation that Satan often attacks the children of the Godly parent. There are many OT examples and a nbr of contemporary ones with whom we are all familiar. Jim's criticism is based on outcome over which they and we have no control. That is up to the Lord. My comment on yesterday's story of the same sort posting stands here as well. Jim does have a point in a sense, though. Some of us are the offspring of Godly forbearers who created and protected this republic and nation. There are many around us who have twisted that effort into their own image using Critical Theory and demanding that we "continue the American Revolution because there is income inequality, racial inequality, environmental inequality, and health care inequality." Have not these followed in the footsteps of the Unitarian Universalists? Read the words of those who came here, not the dribble that has been written about them.
Good point, QC. The American Revolution will be continued as long as we oppose that counter-revolutionary and false notion of outcome equality. Equality has never been an American ideal. Why not? It runs counter to liberty. People came here to be free, not to be equal. They had equal with other serfs.
Jim Lincoln wrote: I didn't know that's how they made the world better 400 years later Almost all those churches became Unitarian. Not surprising since the Puritans were proto-dominionists https://tinyurl.com/yd2k9dj (Dominionism -- A Summary)
Does this mean you only approve of Dominion-ism when it comes to ballot vote shifting?
Jim Lincoln wrote: --- https://www.pbs.org/video/neil-gorsuch-xrku7e/ It's around a 26 minute video. Justice Gorsuch was no doubt interested in doing this program in large part because he was plugging his book whose title is something like "You have a democracy if you can keep it" It seems to be easier said than done.
A Republic, if You Can Keep it, taken from a quote by Ben Franklin. It's never been a democracy Jim. If we are fortunate, it never will be.
Jim Lincoln wrote: â- I have no use for the anti-abortion positions being used as a stalking horse to cover up the old and still alive racist ideas of the Old Confederacy. so, I didn't go out banging on doors, or sorry to say, contributing to the Democratic partyâđ
Iâm sure you think what you said makes sense, Jim. It doesnât, but as an American, you have the right say things that donât make sense. Just remember, as a decent Democrat, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, said,
âEveryone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts.â
Opioids are racist, since they target mostly white people. Oh wait, thatâs not racist. On the other hand, Covid-19 is racist, ageist, and co-morbidicist. The govt needs to fund an investigation into these allegations. Maybe Creepy Joe can order it up during his first 100 days disguised as president.
As a so-called vulnerable senior citizen, Trumpâs illness was remarkably short. This more likely says whatever he did worked well. That doesnât demonstrate a fault in hydroxychloroquine, quite the opposite if that is the med he used.
Dr. Stephen Hahn, the FDA commissioner says the Moderna vaccine âmay be effective in preventingâ the disease. Wow. Doesnât that vote of confidence make you want to run out right away and get it? Oh please, may I be a gunea pig?
Approved for emergency use? What is the emergency?
Jim Lincoln wrote: â- If you highly allergic to various substances then that would be a reason for not getting a vaccinationâđ I've rarely made hasty generalizations, Mike. But in some of the comments before my last post one could see some examples of them.
Iâm highly allergic to dumb ideas, like being among the first to get a vaccination for a coronavirus, something new in medical world. And after only a few months, not the typical years it takes for proper testing.
I stand corrected about you making hasty generalizations. Your generalizations arenât hasty at all.