by wolff109, Thu Feb 07, 2008 at 10:07:23 AM EST
Here's what a NY Times reader wrote 2/7/08 in response to Romney dropping out. I couldn't make this up, it speaks for itself.
"As a conservative that supported the New Republicans, Reagan, both Bush presidents, and even got involved in elections, I am looking for a conservative that will take a stand for Pro-Life. I am not satisfied with a one-time voter for it, like McCain.The real problem with the left media is that they think the entire conservative right is demented and brainwashed with religion. Well, it is too bad a few million bad apples have ruined the country.
What they fail to understand is that many have actually made contact with God, and are hiding the fact. They are not deluded. They know and are in communication, and it is undetectable by those without the ability. Unfortunately, it cannot be proved without someone actually doing it. It exceeds any scientific device I know of. Once I didn't have a clue, and now I know. It is no longer faith or supposition, it is fact. That is why conservatives stand united, because they are bound by something beyond nature. I suppose if the liberals found out that many conservatives could communicate between each other anywhere in the whole world, or for that matter universe, in a microsecond, without technology, it would just scare them. Too bad, that is just one of a million benefits of having God on your side. Well, have a nice day-same to you my fellow believers tied to my thoughts and prayers. Remember, we don't need to win elections to win the final battle. That is a given already. We just need to keep working incognito. By the way, this email is not really for the public. It was for you reading it. You were the target. You are being called to know Jesus. Don't be afraid, seek Him, and He will show you how real He is."
by MAL Contends, Wed Sep 12, 2007 at 06:54:20 AM EDT
Via MAL Contends
Rudy Giuliani, mercurial, authoritarian and incompetent (and pro-choice and pro-affirmative action as mayor of Sin City, we're with you there, Rudy), has quite a large mailing list. (My girlfriend received one, and she hates fascists.)
Giuliani is sending out his Tweleve Commitments to America that establish his rightwing bone fides and his myth as the mayor who braved 9/11, leading us to recovery.
One word Rudy left out of the Twelve, significantly for his sake of garnering the Republican nomination, is the word "God."
That staff oversight will be corrected soon on the trail, Im sure. (Although maybe it's a conscious risk to appeal to the secular.)
My own feeling is that Rudy takes God for granted because he sees him in the mirror every morning; well, at least a demigod.
by redstatehatemonitor, Tue Jun 19, 2007 at 08:33:31 AM EDT
President Bush obviously needs to be impeached and even if God told him to invade both Iraq and Afghanistan he was obviously working against us because we are losing in both places. We must oust these irrational NEO-CON morons before they get us all killed in a mindless religious war. We don't deserve this type of government it's time for us to demand change. There is over 150 graduates of Pat Robertsons Regent University now working for the Bush Administration we must demand the separation of church and state because the constitution demands it.
He obviously isn't listening to Jesus.
by ThePopulist, Sun Jun 17, 2007 at 01:19:58 AM EDT
I guarantee you will remember the tale of the Wooden Bowl tomorrow, a week from now, a month from now, a year from now.
A frail old man went to live with his son, daughter-in-law, and four-year old grandson. The old man's hands trembled, his eyesight was blurred, and his step faltered. The family ate together at the table.
by AAPPundit, Fri Jun 01, 2007 at 05:14:16 PM EDT
WaPo reports three former U.S. presidents came together Thursday to praise evangelist Billy Graham and help dedicate a library in his honor, a $27 million complex that traces the preacher's rise from farm boy to the most widely heard minister in the world.
My grandmother liked Billy Graham. I never understood why. I just learned today reading an article in WaPo that both former presidents Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton recalled how Graham helped bring blacks and whites together in the South through his insistence that his crusades be racially integrated. Maybe that's why my grandmother liked him.
Or may she knew that in 1957 Billy Graham's New York City crusade ran for 16 weeks at Madison Square Garden. Where he recruited his first black associate, Cleveland pastor Howard Jones. He received a letter from civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. congratulating him on his efforts to end segregation.
My Grandmother has passed many years ago, Billy Graham is now 88. I have a new found respect for Billy Graham. It's to bad I found this new found respect so late in life. But its never to late to have more respect for our fellow man.
His wife, Ruth, who is 86 is bedridden at their home with osteoarthritis. Graham has preached in person to more than 210 million people in a career spanning six decades. More HERE