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    06 Jan '17 04:54
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    you bloody hypocrite.

    who was it that demanded clinton be shot for using a private email server? that was treason, right? where are they now that russia tampered with your election? who cares, right?

    who was it that didn't do their job and confirm a rightfully nominated supreme court judge?

    who was it that supported a scumbag bigot like trump just ...[text shortened]... upid to know better and you just repeat what republicans force fed you and for that, i pity you.
    Yep, typical Libtard... Your brain is wired in such a way, it will one day short circuit.
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    06 Jan '17 04:591 edit
    Originally posted by checkbaiter
    Yep, typical Libtard... Your brain is wired in such a way, it will one day short circuit.
    Typical Christian.

    It's really unfortunate, but more and more it seems that this is the face of Christianity in the US.

    "I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”

    Gandhi
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    06 Jan '17 12:39
    Originally posted by Duchess64
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/jan/05/progressive-american-values-no-compromise-trump-presidency

    "America: Don't Be Polite in the Face of Deagoguery"
    --Jessica Valenti

    "It’s true that telling these uncomfortable truths may not result in people changing their politics.
    But there’s no sense in appealing to the “better natures” of th ...[text shortened]... e.
    They’ve made their decision already, now it’s time for us to make ours."
    --Jessica Valenti
    Demagoguery? What demagoguery?

    There is demagoguery in US politics? 😲
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    06 Jan '17 12:50
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    Typical Christian.

    It's really unfortunate, but more and more it seems that this is the face of Christianity in the US.

    "I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”

    Gandhi
    How quaint to pull out the over used quote from Gahndi the Goat--- an air of superiority-inspired insult gloved with an alleged kinship with the Christ.
    Gahndi wouldn't know Christ if he were sitting on His lap.
    The cop-out of rejecting Christianity on the basis of its declared adherents' failure to wholly represent actions and functions exclusive to the Person upon whom it is centered is akin to rejecting Hinduism on the basis of the abject moral failures of such a "great soul" as the man himself.
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    06 Jan '17 13:461 edit
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    How quaint to pull out the over used quote from Gahndi the Goat--- an air of superiority-inspired insult gloved with an alleged kinship with the Christ.
    Gahndi wouldn't know Christ if he were sitting on His lap.
    The cop-out of rejecting Christianity on the basis of its declared adherents' failure to wholly represent actions and functions exclusive to the ...[text shortened]... ng Hinduism on the basis of the abject moral failures of such a "great soul" as the man himself.
    Yea, but other than that he was OK. 😛
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    06 Jan '17 13:47
    I’m a Lifelong Democrat. Here Are 3 Reasons I Pulled the Lever for Trump.

    http://dailysignal.com/2017/01/03/im-a-lifelong-democrat-here-are-3-reasons-i-pulled-the-lever-for-trump/
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    06 Jan '17 13:49
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    Typical Christian.

    It's really unfortunate, but more and more it seems that this is the face of Christianity in the US.

    "I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”

    Gandhi
    You can have your gandhi, I'll keep Christ. Your views on Christians is just that.... your views.... and you have heard the old quote...everyone has one..
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    06 Jan '17 21:04
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    How quaint to pull out the over used quote from Gahndi the Goat--- an air of superiority-inspired insult gloved with an alleged kinship with the Christ.
    Gahndi wouldn't know Christ if he were sitting on His lap.
    The cop-out of rejecting Christianity on the basis of its declared adherents' failure to wholly represent actions and functions exclusive to the ...[text shortened]... ng Hinduism on the basis of the abject moral failures of such a "great soul" as the man himself.
    Do you ever tire of creating straw men?
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    06 Jan '17 21:06
    Originally posted by checkbaiter
    You can have your gandhi, I'll keep Christ. Your views on Christians is just that.... [b]your views.... and you have heard the old quote...everyone has one..[/b]
    You seem to have missed the point. Christians such as yourself fly in the face of the teachings of Jesus.
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    07 Jan '17 00:13
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    You seem to have missed the point. Christians such as yourself fly in the face of the teachings of Jesus.
    Again, in your opinion and interpretation...
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    07 Jan '17 01:15
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    Do you ever tire of creating straw men?
    You either don't understand the concept of "straw man," or you have found an application otherwise not thought of by anyone ever recorded.
    Enlighten, please.
    Where is the straw man in anything I had to say?
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    07 Jan '17 02:171 edit
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    You either don't understand the concept of "straw man," or you have found an application otherwise not thought of by anyone ever recorded.
    Enlighten, please.
    Where is the straw man in anything I had to say?
    "The cop-out of rejecting Christianity on the basis of its declared adherents' failure to wholly represent actions and functions exclusive to the Person upon whom it is centered is akin to rejecting Hinduism on the basis of the abject moral failures of such a "great soul" as the man himself."

    Let's see if you can figure them out all by yourself.
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    07 Jan '17 05:48
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    "The cop-out of rejecting Christianity on the basis of its declared adherents' failure to wholly represent actions and functions exclusive to the Person upon whom it is centered is akin to rejecting Hinduism on the basis of the abject moral failures of such a "great soul" as the man himself."

    Let's see if you can figure them out all by yourself.
    Ah: so you got nothing either, eh?

    Case closed, I guess.
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    07 Jan '17 06:221 edit
    Originally posted by FreakyKBH
    Ah: so you got nothing either, eh?

    Case closed, I guess.
    I suspected you may not be able to figure it out.

    More's the pity.

    Should be readily apparent to just about anyone else.
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    07 Jan '17 07:44
    Originally posted by ThinkOfOne
    I suspected you may not be able to figure it out.

    More's the pity.

    Should be readily apparent to just about anyone else.
    I see A is akin to B, but I'm not sure what you are calling a strawman.
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