Been there. Done that. I agree so many of us tend to just let things pass and say: "aw well what can I do about it." It seems like when we talk about such things though, we are just called fanatics at best or communists at worst. Kinda' like screamin' into the wind. . . . no one seems to hear. Just shut our ears and go on with living.
Those without God will see what they want to see and believe what they want to believe. All men must believe something, so if they won't believe truth they must believe a lie. I notice the article is at a charismatic site . . . . fits.
No, no , and no. I think things will go along pretty much as they have. I believe this because if he sticks to what he is saying to the group at Liberty he will not get the nomination. To get the nomination he must change his point of view he espouses or the PTB will not give him the nomination.
Stately in appearance. From Gill, who says it better than me: There be three things which go well,.... In a very orderly and composed manner; with constancy and cheerfulness, with great stateliness and majesty, intrepidly, and without fear; I have no problem with today's animals being described here, but I do have a problem with today's leaders I have knowledge of.
Is this the democracy our neocon leaders are sending our young men to fight and die for? To think that people of this sort are capable of handling a free and democratic nation is the height of stupidity. I don't think the PTB are stupid so they must being instigating wars here and there for another reason other than spreading democracy. Here is an example of the Afghani idea of freedom from Radio Freedom Afghanistan. On the news page is a video. If you cannot stand seeing violence of the worst sort do not click on the video. http://www.rferl.org/content/woman-killed-in-kabul-after-allegedly-burning-a-koran/26909733.html
A bill that hasn't been and never will be offered for the consideration of the members of the Congress of the United States of America. Two hundred years plus have passed since since such ideas contained in the constitution were considered relevant to the human condition. No . . . . never happen.