reader, shame on you for judging before finishing the article. i'm sure you've never made a mistake that hurt anyone else. bully for you.
@bob cole: http://vienerfest.com/Home.html
because who wants to just look at stuff and figure it out? it would be like having google on all the time in your head. even better, let's stop walking and just travel on lounge chairs like the blob people in wall-e. wait, they had screens that told them all kinds of things without them having to ask...
sorry, shb "god desired"
how does stacey campfield know that the outcome was not what god's desire?
i agree pete. and if you read the whole sermon that the infamous "god damn the united states" came from, you get a better idea of what he was saying, and it wasn't spewing hate. it's actually very interesting and i found myself nodding my head in agreement more than i thought i would.
@bobsguns: "God damn the United States", said the so-called "reverend" Wright. When the potential political leader of the US follows someone who "preaches" such hate, then yes, it IS a BFD.
No difference between Wright & the idiots who wear white sheets & burn crosses.
So, you're saying because President Obama is associated with the Reverend Wright and obviously shares any viewpoint he does by association, that the conservative Republicans that are associated with the KKK obviously share their viewpoints, again by association. SO actually, many potential political leaders also share the hate spewed, and so shouldn't be eligible for election? Wait, what were you talking about?
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