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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by Scarecrow Akhbar View Post
    New Yorkers aren't opposed to that terrorist desire to improve relations.

    New Yorkers aren't stupid enough to not see that rubbing their face in a pile of **** right next Ground Zero is goin to do nothing to improve relations.

    If the terrorist wants to "improve relations", the first thing he needs to do to show his sensitivity to the natives is to move his abomination from their consecrated ground.

    That's easy. There's a land fill somewhere that could be used to decorate his mosque, I'm sure. Maybe one next to a pig farm?
    Move it from his property to where... Is somebody else offering up their own property to allow him to build a mosque/community center?

    Have you ever been to ground zero? I was there a few months ago.. and I don't really see a problem with building a center that will allow the public to go in and learn about Islam and learn about how innocent Muslim men and women died on that day also.

    Are you forgetting that Muslims are born in NYC everyday and are American citizens?

    And why are you calling him a "terrorist" that isn't a racially insensitive word or anything.....

    And you're complaining about how he hasn't done a good job of reaching out... wtf. You can't even refrain from calling him a terrorist when speaking about him

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    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    The mosque debate doesn't mean he is pissing off people
    LOL!

    too much talk, too little listen

    it could mean that the people on the other side don't want to meet him half way..
    they're not required to, they're not the ones who say they're trying to improve relations

    by pissing people off

    The fact is, a bunch of morons from all over the country have decided to stick their nose in this issue.
    but there's only one president

    If you think the polls of NYC residents is so damn important, then why do you care enough to argue one way or the other?
    i couldn't care less, i'm not interesting in relating to the rauf

    but he is, he desperately wants to reach those damn important people, or so he says

    ron paul's not the only nut

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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    would you mind repeating that?
    There's a lot in this world that we do not yet know. There's nothing wrong with that; we aren't born with innate knowledge of everything. Humanity progresses and we learn and we adapt. The same is true for abiogenesis and evolution. Evolution has plenty of real measurable quantities which support its existence. There's no measurement of creation as the main force behind it, a god, is an immeasurable system. As we continue to grow as a species and learn, we will figure out more and more mysteries. Just because we don't know now doesn't mean that it had to be magic.

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    and creation makes sense
    Creation makes sense to some. But it's not a scientific theory nor does it have scientific measurable quantities or evidence. It's a personal preference. If someone wants to believe in creationism, more power to them. No skin off my teeth. But it's not on the same level as evolution as evolution has actual measurement behind it. And both evolution and creationism can co-exist; so I don't even get what problem creationists have with evolution. Unless they are young earth creationists. Though that has been well disproved already through measurement.
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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    huh?



    who? me?

    what? what offended me?



    nothing?

    you don't hang together



    what guys?

    i'm the one who said you talk too much

    cuz you talk too much



    LOL!

    see?



    who, again?

    who are you talking to this time?



    oh, those guys

    and they think what, again?

    how do they/we think?



    i'd rather link, it's more substantial



    well...



    huh?

    you don't hang together



    tea party upstarts all across the country are rousting party establishment

    you don't hang together



    tell it to the ESCALATERS in afghanistan

    Daily Kos: Ron Paul's Racist Newsletters Revealed

    Angry White Man | The New Republic

    wow!
    You just proved yourself to be a moron.. conversation done

    I never said Paul was a perfect candidate either.. If you think anybody is a perfect candidate, then you don't think individually.

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    some gems from ron paul's newsletters (links above)

    The Pink House? What an outrage that, for the first time in our nation's history, the organized forces of perversion were feted in the White House.... I miss the closet. Homosexuals, not to speak of the rest of society, were far better off when social pressure forced them to hide their activities. They could also not be as promiscuous. Is it any coincidence that the AIDS epidemic developed after they came 'out of the closet,' and started hyper-promiscuous sodomy? I don't believe so, medically or morally.
    [Martin Luther King, Jr.] was also a comsymp, if not an actual party member, and the man who replaced the evil of forced segregation with the evil of forced integration. King, the FBI files show, was not only a world-class adulterer, he also seduced underage girls and boys. The Rev. Ralph David Abernathy revealed before his death that King had made a pass at him many years before. And we are supposed to honor this "Christian minister" and lying socialist satyr with a holiday that puts him on a par with George Washington?
    St. Martin was a world-class philanderer who beat up his paramours ("non-violence" didn't apply in all spheres, I guess). He was a flagrant plagiarist with a phony doctorate. He replaced forced segregation in a few states with forced integration in all states. And he was a dedicated socialist. What a guy. He probably deserves two holidays....
    there's quite a bit more, read the links

    "it burns me to have a national holiday for that pro communist philanderer martin luther king, what an infamy that ronald reagan approved it, we can thank him for our annual hate whitey day"

    "only 5% of blacks have sensible political positions, if you've ever been robbed by a black teen-aged male, you know how unbelievably fleet footed they can be"

    car jacking is "the hip hop thing to do among urban youth who play unsuspecting whites like pianos"

    nuts

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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Did you guys see this on the news yet today?

    Christine O'Donnell Opposes Masturbation in MTV Documentary - ABC News


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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    [Creationism is] not on the same level as evolution as evolution has actual measurement behind it.
    creation is not subject to measure

    And both evolution and creationism can co-exist
    true dat

    so I don't even get what problem creationists have with evolution.
    sure you do

    the problem is that the theory is passed off as something more

    and that it is used by some with motives to preclude faith

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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    creation is not subject to measure
    Which is why it's not on the same level as evolution, which does have measurable quantities to back it up.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    sure you do

    the problem is that the theory is passed off as something more

    and that it is used by some with motives to preclude faith
    It's a scientific theory, one that has plenty of evidence. What's it being passed off as? It's a scientific theory backed by measurement. Some may want to use it to preclude faith, but some creationists use creationism to preclude science. So what's the difference? In the end, most people understand enough of evolution and the measurements to know that it has occured on some level. We may not know all the dynamics behind it at this time; but it is clear that it happened. There's no real point in denying it.
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Which is why it's not on the same level as evolution, which does have measurable quantities to back it up.
    and its own limits, ie, its own failures

    It's a scientific theory, one that has plenty of evidence. What's it being passed off as?
    i already told you, something more

    please

    Some may want to use it to preclude faith, but some creationists use creationism to preclude science.
    then they'd both be wrong, wouldn't they

    In the end, most people understand enough of evolution and the measurements to know that it has occured on some level
    and most know that creation makes sense

    We may not know all the dynamics behind it at this time
    there ya go

    There's no real point in denying it.
    who's denying, who's asserting?

    you're the one who said creation and evolution are not mutually exclusive

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    Re: O'Donnell wins Delaware

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    and its own limits, ie, its own failures
    It has observables, but the full dynamics of evolution have not been discovered. It's not to say it won't; there's just more to learn

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    i already told you, something more

    please
    What's something more? What is it being passed off as? Saying "something more" doesn't say anything at all.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    then they'd both be wrong, wouldn't they
    Yup, but that's life. You ain't gonna make either of the extremes 0

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    and most know that creation makes sense
    But it makes sense for different reasons. One (creationism) is a completely personal belief based on preference and no data. Evolution, however, makes sense because it describes the observables.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    there ya go
    So what? I'm not so conceited as to believe that humans know absolutely everything at this point. There's always more to learn. But just because there is more to learn doesn't mean that magic was involved.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    who's denying, who's asserting?

    you're the one who said creation and evolution are not mutually exclusive
    Well lots of people will deny evolution, particularly some of the more extremist religious nuts who shouldn't be running for office. The two are not exclusive which is why I don't understand why people have to deny evolution. It seems really stupid to me.
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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    "I should have loved freedom, I believe, at all times, but in the time in which we live I am ready to worship it."

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