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Didn't the major child molestation happen prior to Pope Francis. Child abuse was/is rampant in the church. A big righty coalition. Ick.
It's weird that you would imply that being religious is automatically a right wing stance. JFK was catholic, was a democrat and is one of the few politicians I have ever respected. Has America become really become that godless that any religious affiliation is "right" wing?
 

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Between Wally and Stalinker we can see the hypocrisy of the far left.
Please detail my hypocrisy, I want to know.

FYI I don't like Biden, I really don't want him as president, but I fear Trump as president. So its boring guy I don't like or guy who scares me. Hmmm, easy choice.
 

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It's weird that you would imply that being religious is automatically a right wing stance. JFK was catholic, was a democrat and is one of the few politicians I have ever respected. Has America become really become that godless that any religious affiliation is "right" wing?
Hypocritical bible bangers are exclusively righties.
 

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It's weird that you would imply that being religious is automatically a right wing stance. JFK was catholic, was a democrat and is one of the few politicians I have ever respected. Has America become really become that godless that any religious affiliation is "right" wing?
Its pretty close. Who believes in dog?

I think it has to do more with the fact that it seems the right wingers are the only ones who try to push their god onto people.
 

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Its pretty close. Who believes in dog?

I think it has to do more with the fact that it seems the right wingers are the only ones who try to push their god onto people.
America was founded as a religious nation. We used to joke that the constitution stated you had freedom OF religion and not freedom FROM religion. It didn't really matter what party you aligned with, most people belonged to some kind of church. That was never for me, but America did seem to have stronger communities and moral foundation in the past (with respect to law and order, yes I know America has an extremely racist past). People certainly weren't making rioting a national pass time, but most of these rioters are generally not from the communities they are destroying.
 

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Religion is like a childs favorite blankie, lots of people need it and alot of wolves prey on them for it. My grandpa always used to say you need to start a church, thats where the money is....
 

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Qanon rules, am I right?
Why does everyone shout Qanon when child trafficking is brought up? Qanon is just a psyop and has no value even if they called the Epstein arrest. It's a deplorable activity that is big business around the world. Denying it exists is ignorance at best. See "John of God" a former very close friend to Oprah.
 

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Religion is like a childs favorite blankie, lots of people need it and alot of wolves prey on them for it. My grandpa always used to say you need to start a church, thats where the money is....
I don't disagree with that, but I would rather have a bunch of mindless idiots worshipping Jesus instead of the new religion "anti-racism"
 

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What a fraud. You’ve been asked 4 times and won’t even address the question. Too dumb to realize people see right thru you.

You are too stupid to post here
I keep telling you, there's this great feature that you really have to use judiciously and let it work for you, enhance your internet experience
 

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Why does everyone shout Qanon when child trafficking is brought up? Qanon is just a psyop and has no value even if they called the Epstein arrest. It's a deplorable activity that is big business around the world. Denying it exists is ignorance at best. See "John of God" a former very close friend to Oprah.
Pizzagate.
 

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It's weird that you would imply that being religious is automatically a right wing stance. JFK was catholic, was a democrat and is one of the few politicians I have ever respected. Has America become really become that godless that any religious affiliation is "right" wing?
Stalker is so far removed from reality that he used to claim only 10% of America was pro-life.
 

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America was founded as a religious nation. We used to joke that the constitution stated you had freedom OF religion and not freedom FROM religion. It didn't really matter what party you aligned with, most people belonged to some kind of church. That was never for me, but America did seem to have stronger communities and moral foundation in the past (with respect to law and order, yes I know America has an extremely racist past). People certainly weren't making rioting a national pass time, but most of these rioters are generally not from the communities they are destroying.
What we see today is a nation with no moral compass. Their god is BLM, setting precincts on fire, CNN, and mail-in voting.
 

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What we see today is a nation with no moral compass. Their god is BLM, setting precincts on fire, CNN, and mail-in voting.
Mail in voting = no moral compass??

I mean, your entire list is just dumb, but mail in voting? Seriously?
 

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What we see today is a nation with no moral compass. Their god is BLM, setting precincts on fire, CNN, and mail-in voting.
We have a nation that is used to getting their way and how they decide to act when they suddenly don't get their way. For the 20-something libs, Hill losing was the first time they've probably faced any adversity in their life or things really didn't go how they were told it would. Comes largely from not keeping score in Little League, championship trophies for 8th place, and parents who want so badly for their kids to experience success that they remove all likelihood of failure from their kids' lives. They get out of college and wonder why they aren't company vice presidents right off the bat.

Sad and very disappointing really.
 

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We have a nation that is used to getting their way and how they decide to act when they suddenly don't get their way. For the 20-something libs, Hill losing was the first time they've probably faced any adversity in their life or things really didn't go how they were told it would. Comes largely from not keeping score in Little League, championship trophies for 8th place, and parents who want so badly for their kids to experience success that they remove all likelihood of failure from their kids' lives. They get out of college and wonder why they aren't company vice presidents right off the bat.

Sad and very disappointing really.
If that is the worst adversity in their young life, poor poor babies.
 

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We have a nation that is used to getting their way and how they decide to act when they suddenly don't get their way. For the 20-something libs, Hill losing was the first time they've probably faced any adversity in their life or things really didn't go how they were told it would. Comes largely from not keeping score in Little League, championship trophies for 8th place, and parents who want so badly for their kids to experience success that they remove all likelihood of failure from their kids' lives. They get out of college and wonder why they aren't company vice presidents right off the bat.

Sad and very disappointing really.
I've asked you once before but you never answered: are you a parent?

Because this little rant certainly sounds like some old curmudgeon (even though you are 13 years younger than me) who is relatively ignorant of actual young people. I have two millennial children in their early 30s and I have had the pleasure of working with many others from their generation. I can honestly say that I've liked that generation more than my own and certainly more than Gen-Xers. I don't have as much experience with Gen-Z but so far, they're OK.
 

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Religion is like a childs favorite blankie, lots of people need it and alot of wolves prey on them for it. My grandpa always used to say you need to start a church, thats where the money is....
Wow, even your grandpa knew better than to put his trust in the things of this earth. Enjoy your short ride Wally. I hope things change for you.
 

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Please detail my hypocrisy, I want to know.

FYI I don't like Biden, I really don't want him as president, but I fear Trump as president. So its boring guy I don't like or guy who scares me. Hmmm, easy choice.
See posts 265 and 267.
 

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We have a nation that is used to getting their way and how they decide to act when they suddenly don't get their way. For the 20-something libs, Hill losing was the first time they've probably faced any adversity in their life or things really didn't go how they were told it would. Comes largely from not keeping score in Little League, championship trophies for 8th place, and parents who want so badly for their kids to experience success that they remove all likelihood of failure from their kids' lives. They get out of college and wonder why they aren't company vice presidents right off the bat.

Sad and very disappointing really.
Very few people really liked Hillary. No her losing was not terrible for 20 somethings Very few of them even vote, its mostly old farts with nothing better to do who go crazy over politics. The young are to busy living life
 

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Wow, even your grandpa knew better than to put his trust in the things of this earth. Enjoy your short ride Wally. I hope things change for you.
You hope what changes? That I find god?
 

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See posts 265 and 267.
So much work.... I will try

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Thats hypocrisy?
Of what I don't know.
I was expressing my disgust at Trump fucking a gross porn star who I wouldn't touch with a ten foot pole if I was single while his wife was either pregnant or with a newborn, I forget.

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Not my post, don't know what you mean.

There I did my work.
 
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Not sure if we're trending red or blue, but the redness really shows up.
 

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While the Hiden was camped out in his basement, here's what Pence and Ivanka were doing:

 
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