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  •  I wish the rapture would hurry up (9+ / 0-)

    and free us from all these wackos.

    Blue is blue and must be that. But yellow is none the worse for it - Edith Sidebottom

    by kenwards on Fri Sep 27, 2013 at 12:49:43 PM PDT

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    •  Sadly, that ain't gonna happen (8+ / 0-)

      If you were an almighty god capable of creating and sustaining the universes, would you choose to spend eternity with these wacko birds? I'm just a mere mortal and I can barely endure a 10-second clip of them on the Daily Show, even with Stewart delivering the TKO. And I'm seriously concerned for Chris Hayes, who said his love of filibusters prompted him to stay up all night listening to Cruz fake out the tea party faithful. That's bound to cause some serious psychological damage.

      Unfortunately, ken, I'm afraid we are already as far away from the leaders of the wacko-PAC as we're gonna get and there is no deus ex machina coming to rid us of these fools.

      The reason they were the good old days: we were neither good nor old.

      by carolita on Fri Sep 27, 2013 at 05:33:02 PM PDT

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      •  Chris Hayes endured the Full Cruzobotomy??? (2+ / 0-)
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        starduster, mystique mist

        He's a better man than Gunga Din.

        Nuclear Reactor = Dirty Bomb

        by olo on Sat Sep 28, 2013 at 09:24:57 AM PDT

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      •  Power is not virtue. (0+ / 0-)

        Logically, an "almighty god" would not necessarily be a good good. Too many Christians, especially conservative Christians, seem to forget that the old children's mealtime prayer "God is great, God is good" consists of two separate statements and act as though their god is "great", i.e., omnipotent, therefore he is good. Either through a misunderstanding of this prayer or through independent fallacious reasoning, such people conclude that because their god is (supposedly) omnipotent, the requirements they attribute to him must necessarily be good. O'Reilly is doing exactly that. I have no doubt that he believes his god is omnipotent, omnipotence is goodness (or at least never having to say you're sorry), therefore, what O'Reilly decides that his god wants must be "good". And by the way, Jesus did not free the Jews from anything (far from it), so the mission of Jesus as described by O'Reilly was a failure.

        The more people I encounter, the more I appreciate our cats.

        by Old Sailor on Sat Sep 28, 2013 at 12:44:47 PM PDT

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