I am truly disilussioned; this is not what is best for America but it looks like the herd is going secure the votes for the false prophet. I just want to be clear that to all of the obama supporters; dont be crying the blues when his true agenda becomes clear. Remember that with not having to worry about re-election, he will have more options... Bah Humbug!!
Why is it okay for African American pastors to get on TV and openly support Obama?
According to the Grate murelet if any priest or bishop anywhere is endorsing any candidate or party, he is in error.
Murrelet commented on Tuesday, Oct 30, 2012 at 16:17 PM
I know one thing, IKY: I don't need moral guidance from a lying wannabe stalker like YOU.
Further, if any priest or bishop anywhere is endorsing any candidate or party, he is in error. Not only does Rome forbid it--it also leaves the Church legally vulnerable in terms of losing its tax-exempt status. Personally, I think any religious organization who ventures into the political arena should have its tax exempt status-REVOKED.
Furthermore, why is it acceptable for that same priest to spew racist dialouge with no reprecussion? I would think the the current president would have a duty to denounce the rhetoric as not consistent his administration. Of course this did not take place and obama is willing to let race be part of his platform. It is issues such as this that continue to make race relations go backwards. Once again, if you are voting for someone because they are white of black, you are part of the problem and do not deserve to have your narrow minded views part of the democratic process. It angers me to no end that ingorant threats of riots if obama loses. How is this a benifit to race relations in our country. We are imploding and going backwards.
We are definitely going backwards, and have been accelerating over the past four years.
As for Murrelet: IKY - have no fear. The case is being built and it is on the record. Despite an anonymous profile, the abusive, bullying comments are there for the world to see, and I intend to chronicle ALL OF THEM in one request to the Webmaster when the time comes. In the meantime, I encourage everyone else:
If you want a civil discussion forum, DO NOT HESITATE to report personal attacks and name-calling to the webmaster. It's a simple matter to "report abuse" when it arises. It is all part of building the case.
Remember - this forum will only be as civil as its participants DEMAND. It is our responsibility to make it work.
...but back on polls - according to a Pew study recently released:
"ON MSNBC, the ratio of negative to positive stories on GOP candidate Mitt Romney was 71 to 3."
And the headline in the Baltimore Sun reads:
"MSNBC really is more partisan than Fox, according to Pew study"
and the best part goes like this:
"(On MSBC): That's not a news channel. That's a propaganda machine, and owner Comcast should probably change Phil Griffin's title from president to high minister of information, or something equally befitting the work of a party propaganist hack in a totalitarian regime. You wonder how mainstream news organizations allow their reporters and corrdespondents to appear in such a cauldron of bias.
I thought show host Sean Hannity of Fox News defined party propagandist. But while his channel was bad, it wasn't as bad-boy biased as MSNBC."
To those of us who watch "cable news," this is no real surprise. What was a bit surprising to me that this article came out of a CBS-owned publication. So to CBS, I say: BRAVO for calling a spade a spade.
Now just take a look in the mirror and work on leveling the playing field in your own house.
...as for predictors:
Mitt (LSU) was looking pretty good last night, but Obama (AL) pulled it out in the last minute. Today we have Part II as Obama (Redskins) goes toe-to-toe with Romney (Panthers) again. If the 'Skins win, I guess that means it's in the bag for Obama, right?
...but WAIT! The 'Skins LOSE AT HOME. That - according to the Ouija Board Prognosticators - is meaningful. It at least evens the score with last night's last-minute win by Alabama. For the history of the Redskins trend, see:
So - as that old song goes - something's gotta give. Whoever wins will bust at least one trend (again?).
I'm pulling for it to be the AL-win trend. Let's go Romney!
I hope Romney wins.
He may not be perfect but he is a far better choice for President than Obama.
I fear that it is not true that Obama has failed in his first term.
I suspect he is proud of his accomplishments in the last four years.
I think he is on a mission to bring this great Nation to her knees.
Four more years and he will have accomplished his mission.
Hitler was put in power by election and we have something possibly equally as horrible slowly unfolding right here before our very eyes.
I know I might be blasted by those from the left for comments such as this but I feel compelled to voice my opinion.
I'm older than some or possibly all of you.
I've seen dramatic change in my lifetime.
The folks in Germany who remained silent and failed to go to the polls allowed the awful transformation that took place then.
The world is far more mean spirited today than it was then.
There is at the same time less of an allegiance in this country for what is good and right.