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Monday, November 07, 2016

Obituary of the day

22 comments:

  1. Au contraire, Pierre! I wouldn't want to be caught alive in Hillary's America. - Elric

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  2. The other epitaph: Janet Reno. Overseer of the murder of innocent Americans. Burn In Hell.

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    1. How Christian of you Quack.

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    2. Hey, anyone who has innocent women and children burned to death deserves a warm seat on the fire for eternity, don't you think? She belongs in that 9th circle of Hell!

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    3. I don't think I am one to judge where one should spend eternity but apparently you are holy enough to make such a call? Interesting.

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    4. Not entitled to my own opinion. How fascist of you.

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    5. So you think Christianity means it is okay to wish eternal damnation upon an individual? Your posts are always amusing. Thanks.

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    6. Just curious, were you as upset when Jay Rockefeller said their is a special place in hell for insurance executives, or do you not consider him to be a Christian?

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    7. Of course it isn't Christian. Did I ever claim to be a good Christian? How Christian is it of you to be judgmental of this blog? Are you he who is without sin? You certainly seem to act like you think so.

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    8. As a Christian, I know I am not worthy to judge another person's eternal destination. So when Jay and Quack wish hell upon another person, I am curious (not upset) to know who bestowed upon them the holiness to call themselves a Christian and worthy to condemn (was this given to them by the Pope, Bill Graham Jr., Joel Osteen, Rev. Watts ...?). BTW Don, love all your posts chiming in on West Virginia's gubernatorial race.

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    9. Oh. I'm sorry. I forgot that you always vote only for people who cite the apostle's creed every morning and vote according to strict dogma. Yes. We must make sure that everyone practices perfect Christianity according to the laws and your understanding of them.

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    10. Once again Quack, you take the discussion way off its rails in order to avoid answering a question that will only further embarrass yourself. That's okay, we are all used to your bat-crap crazy MO by now.
      Since you have long veered off the original question (which you still haven't answered), answer this in regards to your post above: Several high-ranking U.S. Catholic Bishops have said it is immoral for Catholics to vote against Trump solely because of his pro-life stance. Do you agree with the U.S. Bishops or not. Just a "yes" or "no" answer please.

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    11. I'm just doing what you have taught us all to do. Change the subject at will. Do you agree with the bishops? After all you are the good christian.

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    12. Thanks for acknowledging that I am a good Christian and admitting that you are not a good Christian.
      Interesting that you "change the subject at will" when I note that you change the subject at will when you refuse to answer. Very ingenious. Not. Once you answer my initial two questions (which you won't but I look forward to your nonsensical reply), I'll gladly give you my thoughts on the US Bishops.

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    13. So you are saying that I am not a good Christian? I never said that. I merely said that I never claimed to be a good Christian. How judgmental of you.

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    14. So what are your thoughts on the WV governor's race?

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    15. If you don't answer me I will hold you in contempt of court.

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    16. The only bishop I listen to was named Joey, but he's dead. I'm sure he's not in hell with that pos Janet Reno.

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  3. Ah, but if he's dead- then he's going to be voting for Hillary anyway. How sad for him!

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  4. Always with the "Interesting". Real giveaway, identity-wise.

    Damn your black Vulcan heart, Spock!

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