• Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:33 PM
    Trump’s Betrayal of Julian Assange By Ron Paul Ron Paul Institute February 25, 2020 One thing we’ve learned from the Trump Presidency is that the “deep state” is not just some crazy conspiracy theory. For the past three years we’ve seen that deep state launch plot after plot to overturn the election. It all started with former CIA director John Brennan’s phony “Intelligence Assessment” of Russian involvement in the 2016 election. It was claimed that all 17 US intelligence agencies agreed that Putin put Trump in office, but we found out later that the report was cooked up by a handful of Brennan’s hand-picked agents.
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  • Origanalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:18 PM
    Was she handing out advice prior to meeting you?
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:22 PM
    Missed that the first time around. Over and over over and over...dragging out over a period of years. Then there is the worst case scenario, constant rejection on one hand, utter financial and legal ruin if you go "looking for love" on the other. And people wonder why middle aged men are blowing their brains out in record numbers.
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    Yesterday, 10:00 PM
    Michelle Obama...
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    Yesterday, 09:59 PM
    no they won't. the parents already know. they won't say a fucking word...too scared of being called names.
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    Yesterday, 09:54 PM
    Well, this is not McGovern in 1972. If he is the DNC nominee, he'll win at least 15 states right out of the box.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:37 PM
    enhanced_deficit's static and double-talk notwithstanding, do not dismiss Comrade Bernie's strength.
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    Yesterday, 09:34 PM
    11 Of The Most Outrageous Things Establishment Democrats Are Saying About Bernie Sanders https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/11-of-the-most-outrageous-things-establishment-democrats-are-saying-about-bernie-sanders/ February 24, 2020 by IWB The Democratic establishment has officially shifted into panic mode. In 2016, they watched a bold political outsider shred a divided field of establishment Republican candidates on his way to winning the White House. Now they have one and only one shot of denying Donald Trump a second term, and the same thing that happened to the Republicans in 2016 is now happening to them. So far, Bernie Sanders is trouncing a divided field of establishment Democratic candidates, and that is a huge problem for party leadership for a number of reasons. For one thing, most top establishment Democrats absolutely detest Sanders. Secondly, most of them don’t believe that he has a prayer of actually beating Trump in November. So they are desperate to find a way to deny Sanders the nomination, but with each Sanders victory that is going to become increasingly difficult to do. At this point, an all-out civil war has just about erupted on the left. Establishment Democrats are all in a tizzy about potentially nominating a “socialist”, but of course the truth is that America has been drifting toward socialism ever since FDR first entered the White House. Yes, there have been a few times when we have attempted to change course (the Reagan administration for example), but in general the federal government has just gotten bigger and bigger over the decades. Today we have the biggest government in the entire history of the planet, and the Democrats are primarily to blame.
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    Yesterday, 08:02 PM
    Wait a minute! You admit to never having a good sexual relationship with a man despite being married 3 times, and you're handing out advice? Shouldn't you be seeking some?
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  • Ender's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:24 PM
    Make it so!
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    Yesterday, 06:14 PM
    And we all know Pew is sooooo reliable.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:11 PM
    In a free market, you stop supporting a product/service whenever the quality or price of that product/service doesn't suit your demand. That's when you find another good product/service that's in competition and meets your demand. That's the beauty of voluntary associations. There comes a point where an organization becomes so far removed from its core principles or promises that it no longer is worthy of patronage. It has become so corrupt that trying to clean up its corruption becomes a waste of time. The Republican Party is just at that state. You can stay and try return them to their principles, values, etc., but it will only be rape. They don't want certain views and ideas to permeate their party, and the infrastructure is such that they fend off any reformation that seeks to usurp their power. That doesn't produce any tangible results, either. The fact that Ron Paul Forums, of all places, is infested with Trump supporters reveals whom has influenced whom in the Republican Party. It's not the neoconservatives who have compromised on their principles; it's those who claim to be Ron Paul supporters. You haven't changed a thing in the Republican Party, but the party has changed you. This isn't Ted Cruz Forums. This isn't Ben Carson Forums. This isn't Mike Huckabee Forums. This is Ron Paul Forums. I'm not going to apologize because we're in a place where there's a high standard of expectation for consistency in the principles of small government, sound money, a noninterventionist foreign policy, and most of all, the protection of human life at all stages of development. You guys have forgotten where you are. Supporting candidates like Donald Trump is not going to change a damn thing on the federal level because people like Donald Trump don't care about libertarian principles. They say what they want to get what they want, plain and simple. Some of you are so desperate to be relevant on the federal level that you're willing to eat the crumbs on the floor of the Republican Party. And in chewing on their scraps, they ignore you to go about business as usual, waiting every 4 years to give you a plate at their table just to remind you of "what a good boy you've been." So, like our Founding Fathers did when they dissembled themselves from England and formed their own independence, there is no retreat; there is simply the reemergence of a better order, founded on sure principles in which the last organization failed to uphold or ended up hating.
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  • Theocrat's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:36 PM
    No. I can't find any document where any of the Founders attributed their ideas of a free, Constitutional republic to other religious worldviews such as Humanism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, or any other one. They were pretty zealous that they founded the country on the principles of the Christian Faith. I think they feared more of one denomination becoming the dominant sect over the federal government than they were of another faith (like Humanism or Islam) taking over.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:11 PM
    Clash my ass...just arguing over what and where and by whom we're gonna get spied on.
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    Yesterday, 05:08 PM
    Why Bernie Sanders is electable https://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/484355-why-bernie-sanders-is-electable BY ALLAN LICHTMAN, OPINION CONTRIBUTOR — 02/24/20 02:00 PM EST Our party “seems all too anxious to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, and we will do the same if we nominate” an extremist for our presidential candidate. Moderates “represent the most electable area of the party.” This is not a contemporary pundit or some Democratic Party operative warning about the potential nomination of avowed Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders. It was the moderate Republican Representative John Anderson warning about the nomination of Ronald Reagan in 1980. An internal memo by strategists for Democratic President Jimmy Carter showed they welcomed a Reagan candidacy, believing that they could defeat him with a negative campaign of moderates versus right wingers. Reagan won the Republican nomination and then completely thrashed Carter by 10 points in the popular vote and 440 electoral votes.
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  • heavenlyboy34's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:01 PM
    Pass. That's your department, bruh.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:53 PM
    Hateful, cis gender bigot. This man has every right to sexually arouse and normalize your 8 year old to those feelings.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:30 PM
    What a vote for Bernie will get you: 1232026591359717376
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  • Occam's Banana's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:29 PM
    +rep They should invent a new law that says lawmakers have to invent a minimum number of new laws every year or go to jail.
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    Yesterday, 04:18 PM
    I ain't clicking that link.
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  • RJB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:17 PM
    There goes Florida for him.
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  • Anti Federalist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:50 PM
    Poll: Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden Neck and Neck in Texas https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/02/24/bernie-sanders-joe-biden-neck-neck-texas/ HANNAH BLEAU 24 Feb 2020 Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Joe Biden (D) are in a virtual dead heat in Texas, a YouGov/University of Houston Hobby School of Public Affairs poll released Monday showed. The survey, taken February 6-18, 2020, among 1,352 likely Democrat primary voters, signaled a competitive race for first place in Texas, with Biden edging out Sanders by less than half a percentage point.
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    Yesterday, 01:31 PM
    Just out of curiosity, how is it useful inside the body?
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    Yesterday, 12:26 PM
    It's ok as long as you make the groups a little smaller.
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    Hi. HB! Do you mean go up to the Priest as he is giving Holy Communion and ask for a blessing? If so, I haven't heard of such practice but I wouldn't see anything wrong about it. But you would definitely have to ask the Priest prior to doing this to make sure he is ok with it and prepared for it.
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    HB, if they attacked me, I wouldn't care, but when I see them attack you, I feel compelled to speak. Don't let them distract you. Continue your prayerful searching and all your questions will be answered.
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    If more people actually used your minds, maybe we wouldn't be in the political mess we're in now.

    AF's sig is a good starting point.
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    "Church of Christ" is a denomination teaching baptismal regeneration (They are also credobaptists.) Are you talking about regular Baptists, or churches of Christ? I'm confused.

    As for the gospel, the Bible tells us over and over again what the gospel is. Ephesians 2:8-9 is painfully clear to any regenerate believer.
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    Was it a Baptist church or a "Church of Christ"? I know the Baptist churches are decentralized somewhat... so the answer might not matter. However, most Baptists do NOT accept the heresy of baptismal regeneration. The Churches of Christ (Yet another Satanic Synagogue) do.

    "The Baptists" are no doubt wrong on many things. The Bible is the only standard. Most people fall short Biblically on some issue or another. But the Baptist church doesn't claim to be an infallible authority. My particular baptist church gets the gospel right as well (although there are some baptist churches who don't.

    Oh, and I'm not trolling in the religion threads. You of all peeps should know I can be dramatic, but I'm dead serious in everything I post. I once got annoyed with someone for joking about a case of serious police abuse. I would not joke about something as important as the Gospel.
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    Thanks, man.

    I think I agree with you more politically than I do anyone else here. If you became a Baptist we'd probably agree 99+%
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    Ok, throw in a used copy of that book and you got a deal.
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    Good deal! Fr. Damick's book is excellent as well! Do you have Elder Cleopa's book, Truth of Our Faith (http://www.amazon.com/Truth-Faith-El.../9608677807/)?
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I have never before seen the attributive declension of cthulu. Impressive shenannigans, Mr banana.
"CTHULHIC" IS ALSO ACCEPTED.

BOTH "CTHULHIAN" AND "CTHULHIC" DENOTE A DIRECT RELATIONSHIP WITH OR INVOLVEMENT IN THE CTHULU MYTHOS.

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What bunklocoempire said above about the Pharisees (and this applies to the Herodians too) being in league with the Roman Empire, and benefitting from its control over Galilee and Judea is absolutely correct. And that is important background to the story.

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