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June 11, 2013

Regarding the reference to "whining" in the letter which appeared June 2. Come now, Mr....

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CMReeder

Jun-12-13 10:13 PM

Curious did you add that they have plenty of Kool Aid to wash it down with? LOL By the way that can be applied to both sides as far as I am concern.

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CMReeder

Jun-12-13 10:10 PM

"Well, it appears I have either irritated someone here, my post about the bologna being swallowed by blind followers was removed. I will take that as a WIN! "

I missed it too, not sure I want to know who it was meant for though. LOL

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MrShaman

Jun-12-13 4:57 PM

"Whose morality do you legislate?"

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The same morality in the Constitution; the unalienable rights, the natural law that our founding fathers referred to." - ToTEXASfromPA

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You mean....

"I never submitted the whole system of my opinions to the creed of any party of men whatever in religion, in philosophy, in politics, or in anything else where I was capable of thinking for myself. Such an addiction is the last degradation of a free and moral agent." - Thomas Jefferson, March 13, 1789

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MrShaman

Jun-12-13 4:52 PM

"The left can’t tolerate any opposition because the opposition might pull back the curtain and expose the wizard to be the manipulating authority behind the scandals."

Boy is the right ever in denial about themselves. When they can't find a wizard they make one up." - CMReeder

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Whew!!! That'd be some risky behavior!!!

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"Now Samuel was dead, and all Israel had lamented him, and buried him in Ramah, even in his own city. And Saul had put away those that had familiar spirits, and the wizards, OUT of the land." - 1 Samuel 28:3

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MrShaman

Jun-12-13 4:46 PM

"Whose morality do you legislate?" - CMReeder

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It isn't (still) the Koch Brothers??

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Ritty77

Jun-12-13 1:37 PM

Dang. Sorry I missed that. :)

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nobud74

Jun-12-13 8:41 AM

Well, it appears I have either irritated someone here, my post about the bologna being swallowed by blind followers was removed. I will take that as a WIN!

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CMReeder

Jun-12-13 7:56 AM

They are not the same since all religions which define moral laws are not the same.

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ToTEXASfromPA

Jun-12-13 5:59 AM

USABorn, thanks. I don't spend time on eBay. Maybe I'll have to check half dot com out.

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ToTEXASfromPA

Jun-12-13 5:55 AM

Moral/natural law, unalienable rights are the same and are written into the hearts of men and are more complete.

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USABorn

Jun-12-13 5:47 AM

ToTEXASfromPA - 7:40 PM

"johnnyad3, I am glad that you share in the frustration. I suggest that you get a book called "Legislating Morality" by Geisler and Turek. Pages 87-96 give a more thorough explanation on the legislation from the Supreme Court than I can here. It costs $24.49 on Christianbook dot com and $25.20 on Amazon dot com."

TEXAS: There is a division of ebay where you can buy the book (paperback edition) for as little as seventy-five cents. It is a great place to get books, movies, ect, at great savings. The site is half dot com

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CMReeder

Jun-11-13 9:49 PM

Are you saying that moral, constitutional and natural law is one and the same?

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CMReeder

Jun-11-13 9:49 PM

Or Constitutional law?

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CMReeder

Jun-11-13 9:48 PM

Which is it moral law or natural law?

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ToTEXASfromPA

Jun-11-13 9:43 PM

"Whose morality do you legislate?"

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The same morality in the Constitution; the unalienable rights, the natural law that our founding fathers referred to.

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CMReeder

Jun-11-13 8:38 PM

Whose morality do you legislate?

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ToTEXASfromPA

Jun-11-13 7:40 PM

johnnyad3, I am glad that you share in the frustration. I suggest that you get a book called "Legislating Morality" by Geisler and Turek. Pages 87-96 give a more thorough explanation on the legislation from the Supreme Court than I can here. It costs $24.49 on Christianbook dot com and $25.20 on Amazon dot com.

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USABorn

Jun-11-13 5:03 PM

MrShaman - 9:51 AM

"Don't hold your breath...while waiting. T-Baggers are (only) expected to memorize the "headlines", via The Axis Of Ignorance (FAUX Noise/Porky" Limbaugh/NY Post).

And so speaks sham.....another erudite comment!!!!

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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rmiller

Jun-11-13 4:24 PM

JOhn,

"That's what Porky Limbaugh said, huh??"

Are you obsessed with Rush for some strange reason?

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CHayes

Jun-11-13 3:44 PM

"Somehow I knew the same ol' "Bush did it, too!" justification would come into play."

I think you missed the point. It's the opposite of what you said. The point is Bush didn't do it either.

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GoBB62

Jun-11-13 1:37 PM

Somehow I knew the same ol' "Bush did it, too!" justification would come into play.

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CHayes

Jun-11-13 12:34 PM

I noticed that nobody on the right here is willing to dispute the fact that the central premise of this letter is a fairy tale.

The IRS DID in fact go after many liberal groups during President Bush's tenure, and liberals in general, and Chuck in particular, most certainly did NOT start screaming about conspiracies like children that had their lollipop taken away.

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CMReeder

Jun-11-13 12:20 PM

"The left can’t tolerate any opposition because the opposition might pull back the curtain and expose the wizard to be the manipulating authority behind the scandals."

Boy is the right ever in denial about themselves. When they can't find a wizard they make one up.

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distantobsvr

Jun-11-13 11:34 AM

Space cadet "The AP quoted testimony under oath given to Congress by an IRS employee. No one has claimed this is false, not even Chairman Issa."

Name him then.

In the five-hour interview conducted last week, the manager said one of his employees brought to him a tea party group's application for tax exempt status. The manager said he recognized the political implications of the decision and flagged it for an office in Washington.

"committee said they were withholding the employee's name at the request of the IRS."

Why would his name make a difference?

Releasing to folks or public like on this thread would only put him and his family in danager...

Hope about you providing evidence he didn't testify or said something else.

Chairman Issa has not said he was lying or that what he said is not true.

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MrShaman

Jun-11-13 11:24 AM

That moron in Ohio is one of your morons. --Chuck.

This is one of the major problems with this admin. The blind followers swallow the bs being fed them and play up party affiliation where those of us with a logical thought see the potential damage to all of us no matter what party we claim. The intrusion into personal info that is being ramped up by this admin should scare the socks off everyone and yet the blind just keep marching along." - nobud74

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Geeeeeeeeeeeeeeee....so many "details".

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