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I've watched is his Rumors of War series which I though was good. It was the last one (Rumors of War 3) talks about how the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated our govt and sit in high level positions.....explains how it started with Bush admin and has gotten worse with Obama. Also explains how middle eastern terrorists are also crossing our borders into the U.S. thru Arizona....good show to wath.

I give him credit....he kicked the crap out of Oprah for viewership on the web over her entire OWN network....that's pretty impressive.

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talks about how the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated our govt and sit in high level positions......
isn't POTUS high enough?
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I've watched is his Rumors of War series which I though was good. It was the last one (Rumors of War 3) talks about how the Muslim Brotherhood has infiltrated our govt and sit in high level positions.....explains how it started with Bush admin and has gotten worse with Obama. Also explains how middle eastern terrorists are also crossing our borders into the U.S. thru Arizona....good show to wath.
been hearing that for years. England lets them live there, and that country is becoming a shithole


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He also gets high ratings when you have crazies like Gone in 3 watching him so they can be "that guys stupid"
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i used to watch him and thought he was good but a little preachy. his radio show is the same. dennis miller is my favorite.
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Funny how these "religious" political pundits put god in front of everything, but their policies are so racist and cold hearted.

Jesus was one of the most caring, loving, compassionate and forgiving hippies in history. Far, far from the current position of the Republican party.

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Funny how these "religious" political pundits put god in front of everything, but their policies are so racist and cold hearted.

Jesus was one of the most caring, loving, compassionate and forgiving hippies in history. Far, far from the current position of the Republican party.
so, you are an al sharpton type of guy. listen to the nonsense that guy spews then get back to us.
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Jesus was one of the most caring, loving, compassionate and forgiving hippies in history. Far, far from the current position of the Republican party.
One of the biggest ironies of the modern age, isn't it? Jesus was the ultimate left-wing liberal.

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One of the biggest ironies of the modern age, isn't it? Jesus was the ultimate left-wing liberal.
I sure many Christians dislike the policies of the Republican party and the people who represent it (Gingrich, Romney, Karl Rove). But they can't do much about it.

Kinda like the political leaders of the Islamic world who've high-jacked the religion and its people for their benefit, all justified under the name of God.

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I don't know that I would call Jesus liberal....yes he was for loving and having compassion for all types of people regardless of their status.

However, last time I checked.....gay marriage didn't fly with Jesus. It's laid out pretty simple in the Bible....marriage is between a man and a woman.

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Funny how these "religious" political pundits put god in front of everything, but their policies are so racist and cold hearted.

What racist and cold hearted policies specifically are you talking about?


You also have to remember that there are tons of people that call themselves "Christians" that don't regular attend church or ever crack open a Bible and do zero in trying to live a life that Christians are called to do.

Nancy Pelosi is a great case in point....claims she's Catholic....however there are also plenty of Republicans that throw out the title as well.

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What racist and cold hearted policies specifically are you talking about?
Immigration
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Jesus was one of the most caring, loving, compassionate and forgiving hippies in history. Far, far from the current position of the Republican party.

You mad bro?


Republicans are racist eventhough they worship a JEW that is middleeastern (brown) who is called Jesus Christ?



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Immigration should be done like it has always been done. The US has a quota.


Healthcare. We already have a system in place. The SMART thing COMMON SENSE, and LOGICAL (i'm using conspracy theorist words )

is reduce the cost of the overhead with healthcare.




Wars Not all reublicans want war. And Whats your answer for 9/11? Give muslims a bailout?
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so, you are an al sharpton type of guy. listen to the nonsense that guy spews then get back to us.
Religious nuts thrive on both sides of the aisle. Just ignore them all. You're far better off making your own decisions as to what you think is most applicable to your own life, rather than be led (or misled) by doofuses like these.

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I don't know that I would call Jesus liberal....yes he was for loving and having compassion for all types of people regardless of their status.

However, last time I checked.....gay marriage didn't fly with Jesus. It's laid out pretty simple in the Bible....marriage is between a man and a woman.
It's laid out pretty simple in the Bible that you shouldn't eat shellfish either, yet people eat at Red Lobster all the time. No pork either, so no Baconator for you. There's over 600+ abominations listed in the Bible, so if you want to blast one of them, make sure you blast them all with equal footing. You can't pick and choose. Not so simple any more, is it?!

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I sure many Christians dislike the policies of the Republican party and the people who represent it (Gingrich, Romney, Karl Rove). But they can't do much about it.

Kinda like the political leaders of the Islamic world who've high-jacked the religion and its people for their benefit, all justified under the name of God.
so you are comparing gingrich,romney and rove to muslim extremists? you are so ridiculous.

keep trying to make excuses for your wacked religious leaders. it won't work.

i am a catholic and would not hesitate to put a bullet in any priest that has molested a child.
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It's laid out pretty simple in the Bible that you shouldn't eat shellfish either, yet people eat at Red Lobster all the time. No pork either, so no Baconator for you. There's over 600+ abominations listed in the Bible, so if you want to blast one of them, make sure you blast them all with equal footing. You can't pick and choose. Not so simple any more, is it?!
Actually, in the NT, just about all the OT dietary laws were put aside, whereas the moral laws were not - in fact, in some cases, the moral laws (such as on divorce/remarriage) were made more strict.

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Thankyou Norseman.....yes New Testament of the Bible lays that out pretty simply GixxerDave about the things you are referencing.

Pick up the ol' Bible and give it a read sometime....you might actually enjoy it. The book of Mark is a pretty cool place to start

Just out of curiousity....have you read it much or just quoting from google or Atheist.org?

We are getting a little sidetracked off the post topic here.

Love or hate Glenn Beck but the dude has done what nobody else has been able to do with internet communication now taking it to DISH network as well.....

I don't see anybody else with 300,000+ subscribers paying $9.95 a month for the service. MSNBC can't even get that on free cable tv for a lot of their shows and they are in millions of households.....Glenn Beck you have to seek him out and pay the cashola to get it. Oh but I forgot....he didn't build that did he

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Actually, in the NT, just about all the OT dietary laws were put aside, whereas the moral laws were not - in fact, in some cases, the moral laws (such as on divorce/remarriage) were made more strict.
Would you mind providing some annotation for the dietary restrictions being put aside?
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That easy....here's some starter reading

Romans: 14:14
Romans: 14:20

But Jesus really sums it up in the book of Mark...he pretty much calls out the Pharisees (religious leaders back then) and man for their rituals in this passage.
Mark:7:14-23

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Actually, in the NT, just about all the OT dietary laws were put aside, whereas the moral laws were not - in fact, in some cases, the moral laws (such as on divorce/remarriage) were made more strict.
Isn't it funny how the Bible is the exact word of God, but can be revised later to make it more convenient for some and less convenient for others?

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...Pick up the ol' Bible and give it a read sometime....you might actually enjoy it. The book of Mark is a pretty cool place to start ...
I agree, the Bible is an awesome book. Some other books of fiction that I like include Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath" and Harper Lee's "To Kill A Mockingbird".

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I agree, the Bible is an awesome book. Some other books of fiction that I like include Steinbeck's "The Grapes of Wrath" and Harper Lee's "To Kill A Mockingbird".
If looking for a book like the bible have you considered the hitchhikers guide?
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Isn't it funny how the Bible is the exact word of God, but can be revised later to make it more convenient for some and less convenient for others?

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If looking for a book like the bible have you considered the hitchhikers guide?
I tried reading it ... I kept getting headaches due to so many wtf moments.

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I tried reading it ... I kept getting headaches due to so many wtf moments.
Did you forget to bring a towel?

If so it would explain why you had no idea what was going on
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I'm guessing you never read the examples....... after I gave you specific ones that addressed what you wanted answered. That was just a few that were available.

I specifically like the Mark chapters I gave because it pretty much sums up mankind to this day.

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