Author Topic: creation/evolution  (Read 4372 times)

Re: creation/evolution
« Reply #285 on: July 24, 2017, 01:07:34 AM »
playin catchup again....

"Obamacare" - Patient protection and affordable care act of 2010 was a law passed by Congress not an executive order.

Obama didn't get to sign TPP because the majority of the D party were opposed to it (I downloaded it to read it, but never got around to it. don't know what's in it)

To be more explicit, no one becomes a billionaire without stealing from their customers or their employees.

Drich can think what he wants of the Ds. My own opinion is that the rank and file of the R party are drooling idiots and the leaders are devil worshipers; even when I was still in church. You have to be a split-personality to be a Christian and a Republican at the same time with such conflicting ideologies.

I suppose that after the truck in Texas today with a group of dead and dying illegals in the back, people will think a little bit before trying to cross the border in the summer. (Is a boarder crossing a Catholic praying before eating?)
another quote from an antagonist agnostic: not expecting god to show up, but if he does we’re going to have to beat the prick up.

Offline Baruch

Re: creation/evolution
« Reply #286 on: July 24, 2017, 06:46:06 AM »
TPP, TISA etc say ... corporations rule the world.  Legislatures can only pass legislation that trans-national corporations like.  What is not to like?

There was a UN plan in 2000, that said that the population of Europe was declining, not enough babies.  The answer was to bring in millions of Africans and Near Eastern folks (actually many Pakistanis pretending to be Near Eastern).
שלום

Offline Cavebear

Re: creation/evolution
« Reply #287 on: July 28, 2017, 03:41:26 AM »
I was fortunate that my parents (and grandparents) were agnostic.  They could have been atheistic, but the subject just did not come up much and to this day (all parents and grandparents dead) I still regard them as agnostic.  They let me pretty much figure the religious side of life on my own.

My family has been at least agnostic back to my paternal grandparents (my maternal ones weren't).  I simply extended the idea to the logical conclusion.  It did help that the more religious some few relatives were, the dumber they were about nearly everything else in life, too. 
Atheist born, atheist bred.  And when I die, atheist dead!  b 1950