Uh huh. But, I doubt that is why we have a resurgence of TB, bed bugs, etc. Why would we put ourselves at greater risk? From bringing non-American Ebola patients to the U.S. to treat, to shipping chickens to China for processing and back again, etc. We no longer even check for diseases when someone enters our nation. Remember back in Oct, '15, when 5000 illegal alien children crossed the southern border? Many of whom were sick (including with TB); medical professionals were ordered not to talk about it. The Obama administration then shipped them all over the country and ordered the states to accept them in their schools.
To be ok with this is crazy.
Are you talking about world communism? We are indeed 1 foot in and 1 foot out now, but we are on our way to no return. Global government, complete with serfs and lords, is the end goal. We should not be helping them accomplish it.
YAY! Let's get more and more of our food from Red China!! :rolleyes:
It's all good, right? If China has this bacterium, we all should have it, right? It would be "racist" to believe otherwise. And if Latin America has TB, we should have it too. Hell yeah! Bring it all in, so we can be as much of a shithole as everyplace else. :rolleyes:
Nonsense. Please attend a nutrition science class based on modern, proven science. You don't understand macronutrients. Your "common sense" may be common, but it's also wrong (for most people-and all but a few active people who won the genetic lottery).
Specifically, the Protestant view of it-their reasoning, doctrine, whatever they commonly believe it WRT infant baptism. I'm think of things like tracts, treatises, opinion essays, chapters from books, etc. My grandmama was Baptist and hated anything that smacked of Catholicism. AFAIK, none of the Baptists (some Southern, others of various other types) in my family accepted this sort of baptism as "legitimate".
I have a general understanding of the Protestant problems WRT Rome(I'm pretty sure)-and agree with them and more. But all Protestants I'm aware of reject a number of doctrines/dogmas that are considered critical in the EOC-the literalness of the Eucharist, infant baptism, and a number of others.
I'm sure you do; Petersen is your man, rather than Johnson. Point is, there is no need to lie about a candidate's position, or mislead, as has been done with other candidates elsewhere on the forums. We need to desire to be as honest as we can.