OK, some quick responses:
Originally posted by ladyspiritguide
*Any religion that is not "Christian" (Wiccans, Catholics,Scientologists, Pagans, etc) will find themselves being declaired "invalid", and "Not a
real religion" (whoops.....already happened to Wiccans & Witches).
*Gays & Lesbians will be shoved back into the closet, unless they go volunterily
That’s all right, Christians don’t get as much freedom as you think, sweetie. Not those who are actually trying to live by Bible moral codes, anyway.
If I ever get the time, I’ll show some things I’m talking about in the science section. The closet is a better place than imprisoned and murdered.
Understand that I’m not knocking it (I’m bisexual, a Christian, and I do study Wicca beliefs off and on when I’m capable of handling the crazy stuff
that can happen. Sigh.)
Originally posted by iceofspades
If Bush gets elected I'm not kidding, I would move to Canada for four years. Believe me when I say, assassination is not a bad idea.
That’s a bit far-fetched, I believe. Why leave your home when you can go off into a survivalist mode in some of the southern states—from what little
I understand, I’d like most of the legislature less in Canada than I do here. Assassination is not a good idea. Many of you probably don’t know how
close Lincoln’s assassination may have been to leaving this country a regime state. (There were assassinators for the VP and the next suspected in
line after him, and though not of Sherman’s (the general in control of athe Union army under Grant, which was probably the worlds strongest army of
the time) doing, there were rumors that he would take over—he might have if all the others were assassinated, under the idea of having this country
stabilized. So, my point? I don’t want to repeat the would-have and should-haves of ANY past presidency. Anyway, we don’t often see two terms where
a party holds the majority in the house AND senate, and has the presidency. That means He and his minions won’t be IN control—unless you have
conspiracies for that…ah well…NOT looking it up right now
I agree with [I]marg6043, read more than one history. History is in the eyes of the beholder. My father always tells me not to trust anything
that they are teaching me in school in the sciences, philosophy, and history. While I do roll my eyes at him a lot, he is not particularly wrong. He
picked up this history book from my grandma’s house, much of which was written about a mere 40 years (approx) after the event, which often tells of a
different story than what I’m now taught, sometimes to the polar extremes of completely opposite tales. that's just due to time. Was I there; who am
I to judge?
Hah, it’s better than having someone in office that wanted to rid this country of all combustible engines because they harm the environment—AL GORE
said it. First, one volcano belches out more damage than this industrial age has—though we can sure as hell ruin small areas. He wants to rid us of
our CARS, TRAINS, etc. Ok, I’ll walk the two-and-a-half hors it takes t get tp school.
Oh, it's not just Bush. It's the "city on a hill" mentality the Protestants brought here form our beginnings.