Our Founding Fathers
Posted by MilesCityMcGee (+164) one month ago
For your consideration, dismay, or random conspiracy concoction:


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Posted by Rob Shipley (+346) one month ago
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GOOGLE and read and learn and come to UNDERSTAND.........the United States was founded upon Christian principles. "Proof that America was Founded as a Christian Nation." Precisely why the "Creator" is repeated so very many times in the Declaration of Independence......................duh????????????????

Do not bore me here with your ignorance of GOD and the cosmos.

Always remember, always remember, when your lights go out here on the small planet and you are transported to and behind the Pearly Gates...........you and all others ever created by The CREATOR Holy Father GOD..............all may enjoy looking forward to the Judgment, the Judgment Seat of Bema, where you all face the Living Christ, face to face, and are asked to answer for all of your human ignorance of everything.

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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+10429) one month ago
Hey everyone! I just thought I would mention my exciting new business venture.

I'm going start a new online dating website. "Well, that isn't new," you might be thinking. Only my site will be exclusively limited to black Muslim men seeking to date white Christian women. I'm going to call it, "Allah's Angels." Kind of like Charlie's Angels, only with Allah!

Hope to announce my kickstarter campaign in early 2018.
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Posted by Rob Shipley (+346) one month ago
"Allah's Angels" might be a great hit. Especially when you select your poster child...........n obamatron. Great idea. {small "n" is not to be confused with the "N word" even though both are the very same}.
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Posted by K. D. (+361) one month ago
Keep spewing Rob, keep spewing... I'm sure you'll find some conspiracy theory with this also.
http://www.cnn.com/2015/0...index.html

[Edited by K. D. (12/22/2017 12:19:15 PM)]
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Posted by Tucker Bolton (+2908) one month ago
Well Rob, at least you have an open mind. People don't talk about you, in front of you, as far as you know.

There are two thousand seven hundred, known "gods" and their attendant religions on the planet. How fortunate it is that Americans are fortunate enough to be born in the right place with the right religion. I for one am glad that I wasn't born in San Diego before the Halebop comet passed through our atmosphere.

Consider the proposition that morality is independent from religion. It begs the question, are you, Rob and your fellows, better off with the annihilation the "wrong thinking" peoples with which we share the planet.
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+8657) one month ago
Reply to Rob Shipley (#374279)
Random Google search ...

Journal of the American Revolution wrote:
The genius of the Declaration is the inclusive way the divine is given expression. The appellations of God are generic. Adherents of traditional theistic sects can read the words “Nature’s God,” “Creator,” and “Supreme Judge,” and understand them to mean the god they worship. The claims made on numerous Christian websites attest to this. Yet opponents of dogma read those same words and see an embracive, non-sectarian concept of divinity. This is no small testimony to the wisdom and foresight of the Founding Fathers. All Americans could support the Revolution and independence. All can regard their rights as unalienable, their liberty as inviolable.

Unlike the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution contains no reference to God. At first, this may seem odd. Why did the men who drafted the Declaration invoke a Supreme Being several times, while the men who drafted the Constitution did not mention a higher power even once?

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Journal of the American Revolution wrote:
The threefold answer lies in the stated purposes of the Constitution, its religious neutrality, and the theory of government it embodies. Whereas the Declaration explained and justified a rebellion to secure God-given rights, the Constitution is a blueprint for stable and effective republican government in a free country. The Preamble to the Constitution declares that its purposes are “to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty.” These are wholly secular objects; religious references are extraneous in a document drafted to further them.

https://allthingsliberty....stitution/
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+13499) one month ago
Goodness, must we plow this ground again?

Most of the implementors of our colonial system were deist. Deists don’t believe in the trinity or that Jesus was God. Therefore, by definition, they cannot be Christian.

There is little “christian” or virtuous about the colonial system they foisted upon this land. If there were a hell, they would be first-class residents for the manner in which they treated the indigenous people.
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+10429) one month ago
Okay, I am ready to stop. Oddjob told me to quit picking on Rob because he was brain damaged from a auto accident in the sixties, and I quit at the time. The racist nonsense he started posting after he lost the city judge election got me going again, but I realize I need to stop. Which is now.
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Posted by Tucker Bolton (+2908) 29 days ago
Rob? ROB? Testify, Justify.
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