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  1. #1. There's a difference in a Freemason and a Mason.


    #2. No, I am not a brick layer, nor am I a Freemason.

    And with your intelligence, I seriously doubt you have enough money to be betting on anything.


    #3. The great accomplishments of those Freemasons?

    a. They revolted against England and became traitors of the crown.

    b. They created the greatest country on earth, The United States of America.

    c. They created a binding law called the Constitution of the United States to protect us citizens from

    over zealot religious fanatics, such as yourself from imposing their beliefs on everyone.




    You haven't been hearing it all along... that's the problem.


    Maybe if you heard it, you'd learn something about our country and it's history.


    Maybe you'd learn to live and let live and mind your own damn business on things that are no concern of yours.

    UHm I said while president. And you are right I don't have enough money to bet on any thing, just gave it all to anti gay marriage groups :yahoo: And how can you get so pissed at unintelligent people of you are of superior intelligence. All I have learned is that you like to spread propaganda for the establishment of BIG BRO. and it is people like you that have caused a country that my ancestors helped build and have lost limbs, and died for to be thrown into a relentless battle of political correctness. you sir could not teach history to a bunch of ignorant inbred homos from eastbumblefuk,

  2. I'm sorry you had such a negative experience. I'm going with a pinched nerve. If it's something other, I'll face that when I know about it. For now, um, yeah. I'm thinking pinched nerve, and not giant cell tumor...

    Apologies was not wanting to say otherwise, just that A chiropractor could not diagnose something more serious, if present, Neither could The ER or a "generic" Dr.

  3. CFA's views on gay rights is not the reason I don't eat there. I just don't like clergymen, and this business is run by clergymen.


    I like any clergy, whether it's Ckic-Fil-A clergy or left over Pilgrim clergy!






    Which One is it?

  4. Yeah I would go to an Orthopedic Surgeon, of course I ambiased because about 3 years ago thought I pulled a muscle in my back, went to a D.O. and was given the usual pain meds, not happy after a couple of folow ups, the Mrs. talked me into visiting a Chiro. well after a few visits he put me in some serious pain, wound up breaking my spine, well went back to the D.O. as I could feel nothing from the waist down, and demanded an MRI, by the way I have great ins. and they do not even require the Dr. to ask them for permission, well as it turned out Resurgeons Orth. did the MRI, and within 24 hours I was having emergency surgeory for a Giant Cell Tumor which had grown into my spinal canal and compressed my cord. Much rather have preferred a pulled muscle.

  5. I showed a friend the airport yesterday. There were quite a few planes there to include two private jets.





    I live within a mile as the crow flies and once in a blue moon...literally, those planes would be airborne, and our airport is twice the size as Bartow's but they get 500 times the air traffic.






    p.s. I think that the airport is pretty to go look at too and show my family what wasted taxpayers money looks like.





    p.s.s. And I do not wish to discuss politics on this topic, we were merely making a few jests, if you want to defend the waste of taxpayer money that should be under "I just want to unerstand"

  6. My money is on Nitro a Mason , therefore he will defend his dozen or so brothers that were part of the founding of this country. Much as I will defend JFK as being one of the best presidents this country may ever know. Oh, and please tell me the great accomplishments that those Freemasons which became president accomplished.

  7. Well there we have it, immorality is fine as long as enough people want to do it.



    Can not wait until this hits the ballots :(


    In what is described as a dangerous trend, Carson Holloway of the University of Nebraska believes the normalization of pedophilia is emerging as a topic of discussion among the academic elite.


    "There is some evidence of some effort to normalize pedophilia or sexual relations between adults and children in certain literary circles and maybe certain realms of science and social commentary," Holloway said.


    According to Holloway, pedophilia is the misguided natural extension of removing the moral component from human sexuality.


    "The reason it's off limits to children, traditionally, is because they can't fully yet distinguish between what's proper and what's improper, or what's moral and what's immoral," Holloway said. "But, of course, they can distinguish between what's pleasant and what's not pleasant. So, if pleasure is the only thing at stake in sex, then why should it be off limits to children?"


    Peter Sprigg, of the Family Research Council, said if the idea that a culture could accept pedophilia seems unthinkable, take a look at from where we've come. "We've come to an acceptance of premarital sex that we never had before, and then we've come to an acceptance of homosexual sex that we've never had before, and the next, the next frontier of sexual liberation is pedophilia." :(



  8. Alright ZC and Nitro prove me wrong. I just proved you wrong. . I say you two are the ones that are wrong and non-factual.


    And if all others accepted the lie which the Party imposed-if all records told the same tale-then the lie passed into history and became truth. 'Who controls the past' ran the Party slogan, 'controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.'"





    "Day by day and almost minute by minute the past was brought up to date. In this way every prediction made by the Party could be shown by documentary evidence to have been correct; nor was any item of news, or any expression of opinion, which conflicted with the needs of the moment, ever allowed to remain on record. All history was a palimpsest, scraped clean and reinscribed exactly as often as was necessary."


    George Orwell was about 15 years off huh?


    Well I did my part. I boycotted CFA today.

    :drinks: Me too. Just got back from checkers.

  9. What are you people trying to convince former member of?


    It seems to me that she is the one with the right analogy of what is being talked about, here. I just can't make out what the ones, of you, who are trying to convince former member with a reasonable argument are saying. In fact, what you are saying is as illogical as hell.





    Actually it was about my dilemna of eating CFA and with al that has been said I will persevere to eat there more often, I hope that every dollar I spend helps fund causes to prohibit homosexual marriage.

  10. This is for you Nitro



    April 25, 1689 – The Great Law of Pennsylvania is passed.


    “Whereas the glory of Almighty God and the good of mankind is the reason and the end of government … therefore government itself is a venerable ordinance of God …”


    May 20, 1775 – North Carolina passes the Mecklenburg County Resolutions.


    “We hereby declare ourselves a free and independent people; are, and of a right ought to be, a sovereign and self-governing association, under control of no other power than that of our God and the general government of Congress.”


    Summer 12, 1775 – Continental Congress issues a call to all citizens to fast and pray and confess their sin that the Lord might bless the land.


    “And it is recommended to Christians of all denominations, to assemble for public worship, and to abstain from servile labor and recreation on said day.”


    Summer 2-4, 1776 – Declaration of Independence written and signed.


    “We hold these truths … that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights … appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world … And for the support of this Declaration, with firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence…”


    As the Declaration was being signed, Samuel Adams said: “We have this day restored the Sovereign to Whom all men ought to be obedient. He reigns in heaven, and from the rising to the setting of the sun, let his kingdom come.”


    On the same day, Benjamin Franklin suggested that the national motto be: “Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God.”


    Historian and philosopher G.K. Chesterton said of the founding of America that it is “the only nation in the world that is founded on a creed. That creed is set forth in dogmatic and even theological lucidity in the Declaration of Independence.”


    September 17, 1787 – The Constitution of the United States is finished.


    At least 50 out of the 55 men who framed the Constitution of the United States were professing Christians. (M.E. Bradford, A Worthy Company, Plymouth Rock Foundation., 1982).


    Eleven of the first 13 States required faith in Jesus Christ and the Bible as qualification for holding public office.


    The Constitution of each of the 50 States acknowledges and calls upon the Providence of God for the blessings of freedom.


    1787 – James Madison, the “architect” of the federal Constitution and fourth president:


    “We have staked the whole future of American civilization, not upon the power of government, far from it. We have staked the future .. upon the capacity of each and all of us to govern ourselves, to sustain ourselves, according to the Ten Commandments of God.”


    April 30, 1789 – Washington gives his First Inaugural Address.


    “My fervent supplications to that Almighty Being Who rules over the universe, Who presides in the council of nations, and Whose providential aid can supply every human defect, that His benediction may consecrate to the liberties and happiness of the people of the United States a government instituted by Himself for these essential purposes.”


    March 11, 1792 – President George Washington:


    “I am sure that never was a people who had more reason to acknowledge a Divine interposition in their affairs than those of the United States; and I should be pained to believe that they have forgotten that agency which so often manifested in the Revolution.”


    December 20, 1820 – Daniel Webster, Plymouth Massachusetts:


    “Let us not forget the religious character of our origin. Our fathers brought hither their high veneration for the Christian religion. They journeyed by its light, and labored in its hope. They sought to incorporate … and to diffuse its influence through all their institutions, civil, political and literary.”


    July 4, 1821 – John Quincy Adams:


    “The highest glory of the American Revolution was this: it connected, in one indissoluble bond, the principles of civil government with the principles of Christianity. From the day of the Declaration … they (the American people) were bound by the laws of God, which they all, and by the laws of the Gospel, which they nearly all, acknowledged as the rules of their conduct




  11. Court already ruled on that a long time ago. Separate issue.







    Homosexuals can produce malformed offspring?


    I'm appalled that you would compare homosexuality to incest.


    Slow down a little ZC, you are getting ahead of yourself, I gave the reason incest is illegal, there was a second sentence.

  12. Hey, hey, hey!! I have an idea.


    Delta is going to have a bunch of planes to store somewhere.


    Paulding County has an un-used airport.


    Parking fees on those mothballed units might just pay for that "terminal" we taxpayers had to build.


    Yeah shame that Paulding county got greedy with Hartsfield. Now I get ot see that lone single engine prop have the runmway all to itself. By the way is that plane part of the wma? Everytime I go to Goldmine lake it starts flying, maybe I pass by the tunnel

  13. I've heard it argued that this country is a republic, and I certainly agree.


    Even on p.com a group cannot overpower one person. In a republic "one person with courage is a majority."


    former member is that one person, in my opinion.


    I didn't leave my Republican party. My Republican party left me, when the old Southern Democrats infiltrated it. drinks.gif

    When and where did the Republican party start? Ironically, the first US political party to call itself "Republican" is now the US Democratic Party. The name "Republican party" was first used by Thomas Jefferson's party, later called the Democratic Republican party or, simply, the Democratic party. The name reappeared in the 1850s, when a new party was founded by opponents of the Kansas-Nebraska Act in Jackson, Michigan - now called the birthplace of the party, and Joseph Medill is credited with having suggested the name - however, these distinctions are also claimed for other places and other men.


    Democrat or Republican. Those are irrelevant tags sir. It is really about for reliance on govt. or self reliance.



  14. Do you have any idea what that would do to the county's insurance rates???


    You can borrow my thinking cap, since yours is obviously broken.

    Well I bet the Ins. rates would be lower if they drove safer slower and stop ferrying themselves and their family around like a shuttle service.


    They work harder, military included...now we all do the job of 2-3 people because of cutbacks. I am sure it is the same way in the private sector.


    Thank you DR, just got off a govt. job and holy crap the maintenance personell could not change a light bulb, literally.

  15. You really are a tool! You don't understand the concept of witnessing to someone versus judging them or trying to run their life, do you?


    YOU are not God and it's NOT YOUR job to judge people.


    From the very scripture YOU posted, if you see someone sin, you should let them know they are sinning and witness them to God.

    YOU are NOT to JUDGE them and condemn them to hell, as you posted in your previous post.


    YOU are NOT in charge of someone elses soul NOR their life.


    Even outside of religion, this IS the United States of America and people are afforded individual liberty.

    Once again, it's none of your damn business what anyone else does with their life, as long as it does NOT affect you.


    ...So let me guess, you are now going to go off on the scriptures because once again you have failed to provide any

    proof that our forefathers wanted a Christian nation? I could give a damn about you posting scriptures.


    You just keep digging yourself in a deeper hole. Better watch it, you know where you'll find yourself if you dig too deep?


    By the way, why don't you try running my life sometime? I guarantee you'll stop that sheeze REAL damn quick!


    Uhmm, I do not want to run someones life, you are make claims against my faith, I hope that when you are questioned by the JUDGE youi have abetter reason than because you support homosexual relations.

  16. Not contradiction at all.


    Reasonable people see that those are two separate issues. Discuss each issue on its own merits.


    Please explain the difference in opposite sex incestuous marriage, and opposite sex marriage of non-related people. Same logic. You brought up the comparison so the onus is on you. You either support consenting adults having the ability to choose a partner or you do not. By telling two people of the opposite sex it is OK but telling another group it is not makes you no better than those telling incestuous partners they can't. I'm pretty sure this is the point you'd call someone else a bigot for mirroring your current behavior.


    You have the contradiction to explain. I accept that there is a difference between the separate issues.



    No same issue, different parallels. The reason immediate family can not marry is because the offspring will be screwed up. Homosexuality and incest both fall into a catagory which goes against a direct order of human nature and even animal instinct....PROCREATE

  17. big·ot



    a person who is utterly intolerant of any differing creed, belief, or opinion.






    noun, plural big·ot·ries.

    1.stubborn and complete intolerance of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from one's own.


    2.the actions, beliefs, prejudices, etc., of a bigot.



    Umm Before we start throwing words like bigot around we should reasearch the actual definition. An Opinion is not being a bigot or bigotry. It is actually the act of being intolerant to others.

    1590s, "sanctimonious person, religious hypocrite," from Fr. bigot



    I am sorry if you knew etymology I would not have to waste time

  18. former member, I believe, needs no one to tag a label onto her. Whomever does that is classifying her into something that they can understand. They are so narrow minded that if they don't know what it is they just label it what they perceive it to be. They label everything according to their own perception of it, and then that label becomes the only identifying characteristics in the future.


    I believe former member to be very broad minded, and has the ability to distinguish things without a label attached.



    Uhm ever listened to "Wait, Wait, Don't tell me"?


    Converse might have been onto something.

  19. I turn a blind eye to sinning? Once again, last time I checked,

    it's not my duty to worry about the sins of others... nor is it any of your damn business.

    I have enough sin of my own to worry about, much less worry about anyone elses.

    GOD will be the judge, as so he and Jesus say so. You apparently, don't believe that and

    you think YOU are the judge and feel the need to condemn people to eternal hell. Yeah, that is REAL Christian like, huh?

    Last time I checked, Christ taught love, peace, understanding, and tolerance. He didn't teach for you to go

    out and judge people... as a matter of fact, the book of Matthew even says not too. Do you know what the book of Matthew is?


    To be such a damn good Christian, you sure as hell are showing your short-comings and damn sure aren't following

    the direction Jesus says he wants you too follow, in regards to Biblical passages.

    Whether he or God frowns upon homosexuality or not is not for me to decide. Those people will have to answer

    for their sins when the time comes. I will have to answer for mine and you will have to answer for yours.

    However, I will not have to answer for someone else's sins, so I don't really give a DAMN about what theirs are.

    As I stated, live and let live... and mind your own damn business because I am willing to bet that you sin enough yourself

    that you don't need to be worrying about the sins of other


    James 5:20 Let him know, that he which converteth the sinner from the error of his way shall save a soul from death, and shall hide a multitude of sins."

    "1 Timothy 5:20 Them that sin rebuke before all, that others also may fear. Luke 17:3 Take heed to yourselves: If thy brother trespass against thee, rebuke him; and if he repent, forgive him. 2 Timothy 4:2 2 Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine. Titus 1:13 This witness is true. Wherefore rebuke them sharply, that they may be sound in the faith; Titus 2:15 These things speak, and exhort, and rebuke with all authority. Let no man despise thee."





    So you go on letting others put themselves into judgement by God. I for one care about anothers soul not just mine. I may sin but I would hope that my brother miht correct me and help me stay on a righteous path.

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