MonkWarrior

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monkwarrior wrote:
oobaka its too late, your personal incredulity already ignores the evidence of scripture and testimony. only you can undo that.
monkwarrior wrote:
squidbush nor those they fear greatly.
monkwarrior wrote:
oobaka thanks for expressing your personal incredulity.
monkwarrior wrote:
squidbush then try silence it: https://tips.fbi.gov
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monkwarrior wrote:
holygod Still suffering from your Dunning-Kruger, huh?
monkwarrior wrote:
megrendel because you're upset your nation is in freefall.
monkwarrior wrote:
jaysingrimm That's right, ignore the conversation flow and grasp at straws as much as you like to foist your pettiness. I expect nothing less from trolls like yourself.
monkwarrior wrote:
Soon they'll just pass it off as "Ah everyone's doing it, who cares?"
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whosaidwhat Yep, you're full of western media delusion.  If you want to be effective you wouldn't try cursing, unless you want to be effective to the western media delusions and those who live by it (which isn't really effective at  all).
monkwarrior wrote:
whosaidwhat Might want to take your own advice, since you continue to ignore the evidence that points to the official report being a fabrication out of the fragility of your world view on the topic (afraid of the truth).
monkwarrior wrote:
jaysingrimm Moving the goalposts huh?  I was specifically talking about the churches, in response to kalron27's anti-faith stance about " Tax churches. "  (hint: he wasn't talking about prosperity televangelists).  Then you came in and try to move the goalposts on what i said back to prosperity televangelists, which you can see I've already posted about  below.  And then try to go to force the issue of taxing churches because you think churches purchase jets, etc?

Boy, you really don't know much about this sort of thing to make any coherent sense, but with your anti-faith stance which you've previously exposed, it doesn't really surprise me in the slightest.
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lame, i bet it'll be a movie trying to foist the fabricated "official report" of 9/11.
monkwarrior wrote:
what do you expect, of course the nation housing the world's #1 terrorist regime is going to lie about its actions to make itself look good.

It just takes 4 simple words, chanted over and over, folks:

  1. DEATH
  2. TO
  3. THE
  4. PRESIDENCY

monkwarrior wrote:
my  thoughts: it'll probably make the video game less than what it was.
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She's just saying "Look, stop being dumb, its not real!"
monkwarrior wrote:
barry9a You don't know much about the situation.  In the future, when you re-read your posts before clicking submit, you might benefit from realizing that whining over your lack of understanding about God isn't going to help you at all.
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oobaka says the person who relies on the fallacy of personal incredulity to reject what they found too difficult to understand.
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whosaidwhat You've been there many times.  In fact i recall logging in several days straight, each day with 18-20 replies from you saying the same cursing.  It's hard to say you aren't angry when you aren't swearing like you were.
monkwarrior wrote:
whosaidwhat it's about the lies you believe about 9/11 that you think are the truth.
monkwarrior wrote:
kalron27 continue your ignorance and misdirection all you like, while you scroll down and read what i've already said. Or your post about your pact of silence (my interpretation)
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kalron27 well well, you blew up in rage and broke your pact of silence.  Still ultimately your anti-faith ideals won't succeed at all, just leave a trail of blood in the wake, then faith will return.  Haven't you learned about such things already?
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jaysingrimm While i agree there should be a separation of business and state, taxing the churches is simply a ridiculous endeavor.  The church provides services that the government doesn't, and It'll cost more than the taxes not paid to clothe, feed, shelter and care for the wellbeing of everyone, especially the homeless and those who need the help.  Churches not paying taxes has been a bargain in that respect, and to remove it will simply increase government burden and your own taxes, so your idea isn't well thought out, but biased like an dime-a-dozen anti-faith ideal is.  Faith in God is here to stay, and like it or not, it has inspired successful governments.  So any attempts to remove or minimize it will eventually fail like every other attempt in the past.
monkwarrior wrote:
So the growing trend is this:
<person in the media> blames <person in the media>

where is this:
<person not in the media> blames <person in the media>
monkwarrior wrote:
daegog you'll be seeing even more religion in politics then.