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MSM Distraction News / Weather makes Air Force cancel gay pride event
« Last post by Dori on Today at 04:57:09 PM »
I saw Gay Pride pictures from this past weekend on Breitbart.

I don't know why I looked.  Disgusting.  I wondered why God didn't send fire and lightening bolts down on that parade.
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Yes, you read that headline right.  The U.S. Air Force had scheduled a gay pride event.

Weather forced the cancellation of the "LGBT Pride 5K Run" on Monday, June 29, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton Ohio.  (LGBT = Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender)

Weather also forced the cancellation of the annual Tattoo event at the same location on Friday, June 26, the day of the Supreme Court "ruling" (actually, legislating!) that homosexuals have the right to marry their partners.

Tattoo is an annual event at WPAFB on the last Friday in June.  It's open to the public.  It's a festival, featuring typical carnival rides and booths, plus bands performing on a stage, and flyovers by military aircraft.  It includes an on stage swearing in ceremony of new Air Force recruits, and ends with fireworks after dark.

Tattoo was also cancelled a couple of years ago by a "derecho" - a line of storms that formed in Iowa and traveled all the way through Virginia in less than 10 hours.  In the two minutes of the storms' local presence, they damaged the stage area and other facilities, making them unsafe for public attendance.

Government policy has gone far beyond mere acceptance of sodomy.  We are all now REQUIRED to celebrate it!

What's this We shit!! :lol:
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MSM Distraction News / Weather makes Air Force cancel gay pride event
« Last post by je_freedom on Today at 04:37:07 PM »
Yes, you read that headline right.  The U.S. Air Force had scheduled a gay pride event.

Weather forced the cancellation of the "LGBT Pride 5K Run" on Monday, June 29, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, near Dayton Ohio.  (LGBT = Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender)

Weather also forced the cancellation of the annual Tattoo event at the same location on Friday, June 26, the day of the Supreme Court "ruling" (actually, legislating!) that homosexuals have the right to marry their partners.

Tattoo is an annual event at WPAFB on the last Friday in June.  It's open to the public.  It's a festival, featuring typical carnival rides and booths, plus bands performing on a stage, and flyovers by military aircraft.  It includes an on stage swearing in ceremony of new Air Force recruits, and ends with fireworks after dark.

Tattoo was also cancelled a couple of years ago by a "derecho" - a line of storms that formed in Iowa and traveled all the way through Virginia in less than 10 hours.  In the two minutes of the storms' local presence, they damaged the stage area and other facilities, making them unsafe for public attendance.

Government policy has gone far beyond mere acceptance of sodomy.  We are all now REQUIRED to celebrate it!

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mdgiles is blinded on these issues. That flag represents the spirit of the REBEL to the southerner. Too many blacks, pushed by white libs have twisted the meaning of that flag to serve their political purposes. Suddenly, what the small minority have turned the flag into is vastly more important than what it really means to you or the vast majority of southerners.

I guess this is the world the libtard would like us to embrace:

Walmart refuses to bake Confederate flag cake for man, but makes him ISIS cake



I posted this before walks.
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Okay "D" (looks like dildo to me, so I'll call you "D").

Here's what the Daily Caller says about it:

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In throwing out the case, SCOTUS uphold a Nov. 2014 ruling by the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, stating that the Election Assistance Commission — the federal agency overseeing changes to states’ voter registration processes — was, “not required to grant the states’ request that proof of citizenship be added to registration requirements,” reports Reuters. The court believed that the federal registration form — requiring applicants to swear they are citizens under the threat of perjury — was a sufficient safe-guard against voter fraud.

Both the Obama administration and various voter-rights groups — including the League of Women Voters and the League of United Latin-American Citizens urged the Supreme Court not the hear the case

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2015/06/29/supreme-court-throws-out-arizona-kansas-voter-id-appeal/#ixzz3eaZpDbeQ

Now, is this ruling GOOD for America, or not? Does  it prevent voter fraud, or increase it?

I rest my case!   :laugh:
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Yes, you read that right. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell addressing attendees Ralph Reed's Faith and Liberty Conference, broadcast over CSPAN.  We haven't seen Mitch in this form for a long time, and I am here to tell anyone within earshot, that Mitch is back.

Back to the brilliant orator that made him what he is today, as he called for faith renewal and morality in government. He showed a side he has been keeping hidden for months, the leadership ability everyone in Washington knows he has. He praised the class of freshman Senators, calling them the smartest in ages.

No more bashing the Tea Party out loud. Instead, expressing gratitude to the rank and file for delivering this Republican majority, taking Congress out of the doldrums. He renewed his pledge of  support for the conservative cause, and showed himself, without pushing it, potentially  the greatest unifying force since Ronald Reagan.

Sorry to gush, but, needless to say, this is just what America needs.

I wonder if Mitch Ol'Boy touched on this Biblical gem...

Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. 16You will recognize them by their fruits. Are grapes gathered from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? So, every healthy tree bears good fruit, but the diseased tree bears bad fruit. A healthy tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a diseased tree bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. 20Thus you will recognize them by their fruits.

Or, more succinctly put, talk is cheap, actions matter!
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Religion Forum / Re: Supreme Court Nonsense
« Last post by Darth Fife on Today at 03:45:49 PM »
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What we have here is, simply put this.

Christians who refuse to take the beam out of their own eye, before trying to take the mote out of others.

Christians, who, are acting exactly as the pharisees of Jesus day behaved.

As for example, when they were oh so happy to stone Mary Magdalene, so long as they themselves wouldn't have their own sins exposed and judged.

The Lord not only called those people, vipers, hypocrites, liars, thieves, and murderers whom he hates. He also said that it would be easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle, than it would be for them to enter his kingdom.

And he even went so far, at one point, as to intentionally, with what is called in the law today, "malice aforethought" assault them physically. Which since it was done with "malice aforethought" would carry a stiffer jail sentence for example.

IN short it's worse than just a simple assault, that happens say, at the spur of the moment, in the heat of an argument.

That's what the lord said, about people who try to think, and teach, that somehow the sins of others, is worse than their own sins.

When God clearly states, uh no it's not. Sin is Sin. All sin is abomination before God. Whether a homosexual, or a heterosexual, whether a rapist, or a teller of little white lies, The Bible states clear as day in black and white text that God cannot abide sin in his presence of any kind.

And that out of all sin, there is only one he will not, ever forgive. Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit.

Yet the Mike Huckabees would have us believe that being gay is the one sin God won't forgive, as if it's somehow worse to be gay, than to be the teller of white lies they themselves maybe, or the wife beater they themselves might be, or the abusive parent, they themselves might be, or the well you get the point.

Yes, yes, yes! We get it Inspector Javert - a sin is a sin!

So, you are equating the sin of homosexuality with the sin of lying. As since people who lie are hardly ever punished, or even held to account for their sin, you believe that neither should homosexuals.

Kind of like saying a cop didn't give a guy a parking ticket, so he has no moral authority to stop a bank robber!



 
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:lol:  There more RINO's in this race then horses in the Kentucky derby.


New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who spent three years as president of his high school class, is returning to his alma mater to announce he's running for president of his country.

more @
http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/politics/2015/06/30/chris-christie-heading-back-to-nj-high-scho

Two words come to mind at the mention of Christie as a candidate, "compromise" and "rino".  He may as well save his money and invest in a weight loss program of a lengthy amount of time-whatever time it would take.


Moved your post outside of quote.
walks
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The state, county, cities make the laws.
It's still up to the cop to decide what law was broken.
The cop could of made the guy give back the guys chickens
and just got his butt chewed.
I still would not question a cops authority as he will de-horn you quickly.

You are forgetting something... It is called the presumption of innocence. Unless the cop actually saw the law being broken he can only act in accordance with a legal warrant, or an official complaint. Even then, all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

If the cop forces the guy to give you the chickens, he might actually be involving himself in a criminal act! (After all, you might have lied about the guy stealing your chickens!)

That is why we have a court system!
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She had to spend all that money on something besides pant suits.   :biggrin:
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