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Dolphin39
03-17-2008, 10:15 PM
http://www.rapturealert.com/2008/031708nowecant.asp

Apparently, many are finally seeing the other side of Obama. The news reports are saying Obama's rating approval is falling.

SpurzN703
03-17-2008, 10:35 PM
http://www.rapturealert.com/2008/031708nowecant.asp

Apparently, many are finally seeing the other side of Obama. The news reports are saying Obama's rating approval is falling.

This thread will go 20 pages deep.

Easy

:unsure:

Quelonio
03-18-2008, 03:35 PM
ehem... well you know people who would read rapture alert would probably not vote for him anyway... so i am guessing that is the case of article written by the choir to preach to the choir.

As for it being really funny... it is... so I enjoyed it as that.

DonShula84
03-18-2008, 04:27 PM
I cant take seriously a site named rapture alert, maybe that's just me though...

Pagan
03-18-2008, 04:44 PM
Nah bro...it ain't just you.

Den54
03-18-2008, 04:48 PM
Loving that sig Pagan.:up:

Pagan
03-18-2008, 05:41 PM
BIG props to InFlames!

muscle979
03-18-2008, 06:00 PM
Rapture alert.... OK. That will influence my vote.

Alex44
03-18-2008, 06:11 PM
People who are content to travel unending into the same direction and fear any sort of change in their lives for better or worse are the ones who will not vote for Obama.

Why would the people who frequent a site called 'rapture alert' be voting for someone who believes in religous freedom in the first place anyway?

Dolphin39
03-18-2008, 08:00 PM
Scary how many of you are so quick to dismiss or even hate Christians, Christian sites, or their points of view. That's fine, it doesn't negate the truth or validity.

Contrary to popular opinion, there are others who respect the views and information that comes from them (Christians, Christian sites). The choice is truly yours; you don't have to like the information or its source. However, for the other members here that do appreciate it, I'm happy to share it.

God bless America.

Den54
03-18-2008, 08:37 PM
Scary how many of you are so quick to dismiss or even hate Christians, Christian sites, or their points of view. That's fine, it doesn't negate the truth or validity.

Contrary to popular opinion, there are others who respect the views and information that comes from them (Christians, Christian sites). The choice is truly yours; you don't have to like the information or its source. However, for the other members here that do appreciate it, I'm happy to share it.

God bless America.

I haven't seen any hate filled post here.

Coral Reefer
03-18-2008, 09:06 PM
People who are content to travel unending into the same direction and fear any sort of change in their lives for better or worse are the ones who will not vote for Obama.



What exactly is that supposed to mean?

So if people make the decision that Obama isn't qualified to be president or they simply don't believe he will make positive changes or don't feel he's presented enough solid insight on how he plans to make these changes, etc. etc. these are all just excuses?

The only reason anyone wouldn't vote for Obama is that they simply fear change?

Are you serious with that?

Pagan
03-18-2008, 11:18 PM
Scary how many of you are so quick to dismiss or even hate Christians, Christian sites, or their points of view. That's fine, it doesn't negate the truth or validity.

Contrary to popular opinion, there are others who respect the views and information that comes from them (Christians, Christian sites). The choice is truly yours; you don't have to like the information or its source. However, for the other members here that do appreciate it, I'm happy to share it.

God bless America.
Please...give it a rest. Don't even get me started or I'll post a list of some of the delightfully intolerant things that have been posted on Christian websites about Pagan practices.

You live in a glass house, my friend...don't be throwing stones.

Tetragrammaton
03-18-2008, 11:52 PM
How can Obama make a propaganda video when he wasn't the one that made the video? That rapper and the others in the video made it, not Obama.

Dolphin39
03-19-2008, 12:30 AM
Please...give it a rest. Don't even get me started or I'll post a list of some of the delightfully intolerant things that have been posted on Christian websites about Pagan practices.

You live in a glass house, my friend...don't be throwing stones.


:mirror:

:bighug:

Mike13
03-19-2008, 01:17 PM
You do know that just because that nutjob is his pastor doenst mean that he agrees with everything that he says.

Also since he is half white, it would make no sense to for him to hate whites now would it?

Dolphin39
03-19-2008, 01:30 PM
You do know that just because that nutjob is his pastor doenst mean that he agrees with everything that he says.

Also since he is half white, it would make no sense to for him to hate whites now would it?

That's not necessarily true; Adolf Hitler hated his bloodline. Obama could feel the same way.

For a funny: look at Micheal Jackson. :lol:

Quelonio
03-19-2008, 04:43 PM
Scary how many of you are so quick to dismiss or even hate Christians, Christian sites, or their points of view. That's fine, it doesn't negate the truth or validity.

Contrary to popular opinion, there are others who respect the views and information that comes from them (Christians, Christian sites). The choice is truly yours; you don't have to like the information or its source. However, for the other members here that do appreciate it, I'm happy to share it.

God bless America.

How about I post a editorial article from Socialist Worker, or I post from Bolchevists United, or I post from Gramma... you would discredit it in a minute, more than a minute, a second.

Same happens here, nothing is a problem with christians themselves, but a website with such an overt bias is immediately going to be discredited, because... well you know that they have a point of view... these people would not like Obama unless he was Mike Huckabee... so why even bother.

Mike13
03-19-2008, 06:50 PM
That's not necessarily true; Adolf Hitler hated his bloodline. Obama could feel the same way.

For a funny: look at Micheal Jackson. :lol:

I dont believe Hitler had any jewish relations.
and as for Peter Pan, his skin condition doesnt have anything to do with race

Quelonio
03-19-2008, 07:40 PM
I dont believe Hitler had any jewish relations.
and as for Peter Pan, his skin condition doesnt have anything to do with race

yeah, i think his real name was heidler. and he was indeed of jewish descent.

Mike13
03-19-2008, 07:57 PM
From the Wikipedia article on Hitler:


There were rumours that Hitler was one-quarter Jewish and that his grandmother, Maria Schicklgruber (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Schicklgruber), became pregnant while working as a servant in a Jewish household. The implications of these rumours were politically explosive for the proponent of a racist and anti-Semitic ideology. Opponents tried to prove that Hitler had Jewish or Czech (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Czech_people) ancestors. Although these rumours were never confirmed, for Hitler they were reason enough to conceal his origins

Its intresting but its never actually been proven.
then again Wikipedia isnt the best source for something like this so who knows?

ABrownLamp
03-20-2008, 11:11 AM
http://www.rapturealert.com/2008/031708nowecant.asp

Apparently, many are finally seeing the other side of Obama. The news reports are saying Obama's rating approval is falling.

A extremely far right fledgling christian website speaks for the nation apparently. The only thing this proves is that the website finally has found something to blast obama about. Not like they ever supported him, so this isnt even newsworthy