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pipedreams
07-30-2012, 10:18
Have we really gotten to the point where being a Christian is considered un-American?

http://townhall.com/columnists/starparker/2012/07/30/can_it_be_unamerican_to_be_a_christian

JFrame
07-30-2012, 10:22
Excellent article... http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/good2.gif


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jeanderson
07-30-2012, 10:32
The Constitution? The First Amendment? Religious liberty? Do these apply to Christians?

Not anymore. Not when organizations like CAIR and the like have infiltrated the government and are ramming Islamic "fairness" down our throats! :steamed:

Cavalry Doc
07-30-2012, 11:11
Well there are some examples, the westboro nuts come to mind.

GAFinch
07-30-2012, 11:21
I agree with the author 100%. Socialism is death by a thousand cuts Marxism, versus the Communist violent overthrow Marxism. We're at about 990 cuts right now. Either enough fiscally conservative politicians get elected in November to reverse the process through budget cuts and school vouchers, or welfare programs will keep expanding enough to lead to a permanent Marxist state. The dominant religion of a country is always a target during Marxist transformations. Marxism, of course, is like Islam in that it's an all-encompassing socio-economic-political system with a built-in religion that marginalizes other religions, which is why you frequently see them teaming up against Christianity during the transformation process.

ModGlock17
07-30-2012, 12:57
Have we really gotten to the point where being a Christian is considered un-American?

http://townhall.com/columnists/starparker/2012/07/30/can_it_be_unamerican_to_be_a_christian

In life, if you're not careful, a lot of effort turns out the opposite result. Like shutting down one voice results in a thousand voice against you. The effort against CFA can result in increasing sales for the company. I'd say near 10% increase in sales for Chic, just a blind estimate from the increase in their drive-in traffic that i see in my area.

hogfish
07-30-2012, 15:57
We have to be very careful with 'Manchurian Candidates'. I found out this weekend that Cheney and Bolton are Anti-Christian. Cheney says he's not against gay marriage, and Bolton says he doesn't consult God where National Security is concerned.

Yes, sir. I seen and heard it.

You better watch out.

:shocked:

:eyebrow:

John Rambo
07-30-2012, 15:59
Have we really gotten to the point where being a Christian is considered un-American?

http://townhall.com/columnists/starparker/2012/07/30/can_it_be_unamerican_to_be_a_christian

If you put your beliefs in a fairy tale before the constitution and liberty (think that nutcase Bachmann and her stances) then yes, absolutely.

JFrame
07-30-2012, 16:08
If you put your beliefs in a fairy tale before the constitution and liberty (think that nutcase Bachmann and her stances) then yes, absolutely.

The OP thread is about the assault on the Cathys and CFA.


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GAFinch
07-30-2012, 16:08
We have to be very careful with 'Manchurian Candidates'. I found out this weekend that Cheney and Bolton are Anti-Christian. Cheney says he's not against gay marriage, and Bolton says he doesn't consult God where National Security is concerned.

Yes, sir. I seen and heard it.

You better watch out.

:shocked:

:eyebrow:

Disagreeing with some issue doesn't make one "anti-Christian." Give an example where Cheney has attempted to force his stance on others.

Glock30Eric
07-30-2012, 16:13
Wow, we have forgot how the presbyterian church gave us the flag of USA. If you don't know the history behind of it then please research on what did the England's King said to the presbyterian church and why he said that.

We have abandoned the freedom to worship our Lord, that is the drive of the America's decline. Started on the day when the prayers in schools were banned, next in the line is the abortions, and now gay marriage. God have mercy on us.

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countrygun
07-30-2012, 16:19
Just another assault being directed by those with nonexistent values.

Remember kids, according to the new-age, lefitst, progressives the Founding Fathers were atheist, dope-smoking slave rapers. So why should America have anything to do with Christians



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hogfish
07-30-2012, 17:06
Disagreeing with some issue doesn't make one "anti-Christian." Give an example where Cheney has attempted to force his stance on others.

It was intended to be as ridiculous as the original post. :rofl:

I thought the :eyebrow: emoticon would transmit that, but I guess I should have used the :winkie: or ;).

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robertoh
07-31-2012, 07:20
If it fits the Progressives causes it could happen.

Bren
07-31-2012, 09:05
Have we really gotten to the point where being a Christian is considered un-American?

No, but it would be unchristian to not pretend you are being persecuted, even in a 76% christian country where few politicians can get elected without claiming to be a christian. The persecution myth is a central to the major religions. In America, possibly the most christian 1st world country on earth, you have to stretch a long way to claim persecution, but they still do.