Sunday, October 29, 2006

i'm a regular joe and i'm tired of the traitors ruining this country. and the traitors are the liberals who run everything. they control america and pull the strings. don't let anyone tell you different. liberals hate america and want to see america fall. they hate god and like to make fun of good people here who are the true defenders of their freedoms. they want to remake america into a atheist godless place no matter that the founding fathers were all born again christians. its historical fact that washington, jeffersen and lincoln were all evangelical christians and based the constitution upon the bible. if you want facts about this go to www.wallbuilders.com. its all their.

i make no secret that i hate liberal atheist traitors. i think all people should take a loyalty test to see if they are loyal to america. i also think anyone not christian should be kept from opening their mouths. i dont know if i think they should be kicked out of the country, but just because this is a free country don't mean we have to listen to there bullshit.

now about me. im a regular joe like most good americans. i work hard and try to be a good honest person. i even vote like were supposed to because good people need tos tand up and be counted. fortunately i live in kansas and we got good people here in power. sam brownback and jim ryun are good examples of godly men who love jesus and honor america. anyway im not married so if any ladies out their are interested email me. i love music, mostly country. i hunt and fish and like to watch the races when i can. i never was in the military but regret that because i think all men should serve their country. i think the draft should come back because to many young men take their freedom from granite.

feel free to email me but i dont want to hear any liberal bullshit. i have to listen to liberal b.s. on the radio, tv and internet. the liberals control the media and most of the courts and goverment. why write to hassle me? i want to talk to people who think like me and maybe make some friends allong the way.

god bless america

7 Comments:

Blogger Helen and Jay said...

Every person is entitled to their opinion, and you certainly have yours.

I went to www.wallbuilders.com to verify the info you wrote about. Jefferson, one of our founding fathers, is mentioned twice that I could find. One quote I lifted was written by T. Jefferson on Jan. 1, 1802 to some church members who sent him a letter. It says,"Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legislative powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature would "make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof," thus building a wall of separation between Church and State. Adhering to this expression of the supreme will of the nation in behalf of the rights of conscience, I shall see with sincere satisfaction the progress of those sentiments which tend to restore to man all his natural rights, convinced he has no natural right in opposition to his social duties."

BTW, Jefferson is described by most scholars and researchers as a Unitarian, not a Christian. Just type "religion Thomas Jefferson" into Google and see what you find.

7:30 AM  
Blogger Helen and Jay said...

Every person is entitled to their opinion, and you certainly have yours.

I went to www.wallbuilders.com to verify the info you wrote about. Jefferson, one of our founding fathers, is mentioned twice that I could find. One quote I lifted was written by T. Jefferson on Jan. 1, 1802 to some church members who sent him a letter. It says,"Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legislative powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature would "make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof," thus building a wall of separation between Church and State. Adhering to this expression of the supreme will of the nation in behalf of the rights of conscience, I shall see with sincere satisfaction the progress of those sentiments which tend to restore to man all his natural rights, convinced he has no natural right in opposition to his social duties."

BTW, Jefferson is described by most scholars and researchers as a Unitarian, not a Christian. Just type "religion Thomas Jefferson" into Google and see what you find.

7:30 AM  
Blogger Dlanod said...

Facts are dangerous things. When you use them to support an argument you better make sure they actually do support your argument.

George Washington was most likely a Deist and not a Christian. Thomas Jefferson was a self proclaimed Deist.

Abraham Lincoln had no hand in creating the Constitution of the United States of America and his religious beliefs are ambiguous at best and certainly do not fall under any description of Evangelical Christianity.

The US Constitution can only be considered to be based on the Bible if one has read neither.

7:53 PM  
Blogger the Rev. Jerry Gloryhole said...

Ditto.
I have read a good deal on the Founders, Merle, and not a single one was a 'born-again Christian'. Sorry. Not even one.
Nearly all were Deists, which means they rejected the virgin birth, the divinity of Jesus, and the resurrection.
They were in America, many of them, because their families escaped European religious persecution, and remembered it well. That's why they purposly wrote separation of church and state into the laws of this free land; to protect both religious beliefs and the tyranny of the majority.
It is possible to believe in God and also in evolution, protection of the environment, and the sanctity of the Constitution.
I hope we can discuss this further.

7:42 AM  
Blogger trueamericanpatriot said...

i appreciate your thoughts helen and jay and dianod and rev gloryhole but i guess it boils down to who youre going to beleive. i listen to bott radio for a lot of this information and i se no reason for people like adrian rogers and d james kennedy to be lying to me. they are men of god both are scholars with phds and have been studing these things probably longer than any of us have been livng. i believe this country was founded by christians on christian principles. maybe not all the founders were right with god but they at least went along with the notion that we should be living under a set of rules laid down by the almighty god not by man who is flawed.

reve gloryhole when i saw your name i was happy because i thought a man of god was visiting here which i really want and need to help explain this stuff to people. but now i think you are a joke and are not a reverand at all. its not nice deceving people like that so please use your real name or one i wont confuse with someone i might respect

10:03 AM  
Blogger the Rev. Jerry Gloryhole said...

Sorry, Merle, I post as the Rev. at that satire site you dropped in on, and that's my handle there. I'm changing it for here after this post; if I do it now I lose this as unsaved. From now on I'll be 'Vertalio'.
I intend to stay polite, although sometimes I may fail.

The Founders all read the Bible, it's true, but also many Enlightenment works, like by Rousseau and Locke, and many could also read and write in Greek and Latin. I stand by my assertion they fully intended for America to be and remain non-denominational; I don't know your sources but if you read Jefferson or Washington or Adams or Madison's letters, they chat about it a lot.
And of course, the Constitution itself avoids all mention of the Bible or God, as it is meant to be laws of men and government.
The only way for religion to remain free is to keep it and government separate, as it has been here for these 200-plus years.
If and when I meet men of today as wise as the Founders, I'll consider letting them suggest changes to the Constitution that lead to a theocracy.
But I doubt I'll vote to change it.

5:17 PM  
Blogger the Rev. Jerry Gloryhole said...

There. I figured it out, finally.
I'm not going to post with my real name, though; my excuse is that my wife's brother (a gun-control advocate) was shot and killed by someone who disagreed with him about handguns.
There's just too much hate out there.
I won't endanger my family when I don't know who reads this stuff; hope you understand.

5:29 PM  

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