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Other "reported" celebrity Trump supporters:

 

 

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1 hour ago, Kirk Gallaway said:

Thanks, Dave. It's nice to see successive generations carrying on the Wrestling Rock tradition. But I was wondering if they could really do the "eye gauge" but maybe a couple of them could.

To remove all doubt:

 

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1 hour ago, Joe Bauer said:

Other "reported" celebrity Trump supporters:

 

 

If collecting celebrity endorsements was the ticket to winning the Presidency, Hillary would be passed out drunk today in the Oval Office, instead of in her kitchen.

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16 hours ago, Robert Wheeler said:

Johnny Rotten is still punk.

At 10:22 Marky Ramone demonstrates how addled Johnny Rotten has become.

 

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3 hours ago, Robert Wheeler said:

When a liberal or lefty belittles Trump voters because they are Evangelicals, or just strongly religious, its usually under the pretense that we live in an entirely material world. Therefore, the Evangelical, etc. is stupid for denying the science that proves we live in a material world, while simultaneously asserting they live in a spiritual world, despite any scientific proof.

The Liberal's argument for only the existence of a material world is logically consistent. Many do not agree with this Liberal view, but at a base level, the religiously inclined don't have much to argue when it comes to providing scientific validations of their views.

When a liberal belittles religious types and it turns out they are into Astrology or practice a Pagan rite, the whole rejection of religion because of science goes out the window. 

The Astrologer or Pagan accepts the existence of a non-material world, so they can't reject the Evangelical on the grounds that science says we live in a material world.

So what makes Astrologers and Pagans so special that they can belittle other's spiritual beliefs?

 

Rob,

     As a former atheist, I agree with your basic argument about the logical positivism of atheism.  But let's be serious.

     There's nothing even remotely "Christian" about Donald Trump.  Trump's worldview and ethics are the diametric opposite of traditional (Eastern Orthodox) Christianity.

     The best analysis I've ever read on the subject was published by Republican theologian Peter Wehner in July of 2016  in the New York Times. 

     The essay is a theological and philosophical masterpiece.

The Theology of Donald Trump

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/05/opinion/campaign-stops/the-theology-of-donald-trump.html

 

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It's the women voters of America who will decide this presidential election.

If they weren't favoring the Democrats over the Republicans by a 20+ margin, Trump would win the election.

No other single block of voters can compare to their impact.

Our women voters are deeply repulsed by Trump by a huge majority margin.

Even though Trump's known long term misogynist and sexual predator behavior is not given priority coverage in our mass media as much as other issues like the Corona virus, Trump's hidden taxes and debt, encouraging right wing extremists and dividing our society, his general corruptness and lying, American women keep this predator reality in mind when it comes to Donald "grab em by the pu$$y" Trump.

They will never forget that one specific nationally broadcast crude and demeaning brag by Trump.

They also are turning against him over his pushing an anti-abortion SCOTUS nominee. To replace a female justice who had and fought for the opposite view!

They know about the sexual predator expose Trump book "All The President's Women. The Making Of A Sexual Predator" and the predator charges against Trump by almost 2 dozen women. They know about E.Jean Carroll and her charge of rape against Trump.

They know about Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal and Trump's calling them XXXXX yet paying them off with over $100,000 each at the same time.

They have too often heard Trump refer to women in the most demeaning terms such as "ugly", "fat", "horse face", "nasty", "dog" "XXXXX", "crazy", etc. etc.

Trump's most vote damaging character trait is his lifetime of demeaning, disrespecting and unwanted sexually aggressive behavior toward women.

And American women have seen and had enough.

This November 3rd, our American women voters will send this awful guy packing.

 

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3 hours ago, W. Niederhut said:

Rob,

     As a former atheist, I agree with your basic argument about the logical positivism of atheism.  But let's be serious.

     There's nothing even remotely "Christian" about Donald Trump.  Trump's worldview and ethics are the diametric opposite of traditional (Eastern Orthodox) Christianity.

     The best analysis I've ever read on the subject was published by Republican theologian Peter Wehner in July of 2016  in the New York Times. 

     The essay is a theological and philosophical masterpiece.

The Theology of Donald Trump

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/05/opinion/campaign-stops/the-theology-of-donald-trump.html

 

traditional (Eastern Orthodox) Christianity.

Are you Eastern Orthodox, if not that was a weird segue.

Not surprisingly, you chose to miss the main point.

If Trump supporters are to be belittled on religious grounds, than at least the Atheist can do so and remain logically consistent. The Atheist can argue that God does not exist, using a lack of scientific evidence as an argument, for example. The Atheist can not argue that God does not exist, except for the Presbyterian version of God.

Therefore, the Astrologer's and the Satan aficionado's (the Wizard) superiority over the Trump Voting Evangelicals is not a function of the Evangelical inability to comprehend the scientific evidence that purports to reject the existence of God. Rather, their license to belittle arises from a conviction that they know the nature of God better. 

So if their is nothing remotely "Christian" about President Trump, does that make Christian supporters of Trump not Christian? How about just less Christian?

You are free to run with that assertion, as long as I can assert that non-supporters of Trump are Satanists, or at least just more Satanic.

I really don't care what the Astrologer and the Wizard believe in. They are more than welcome to those beliefs. Nevertheless, if they want to make fun of Evangelicals or any other religion which requires some level of belief in the existence of a spiritual plane, then they are just revealing themselves for the **s clowns they are.

 

As a side note, the Deep State uses the esoteric to get "believers" to do stuff for them in the absence of those believers having any practical skills, or when doing something for "dirty" money is too beneath them.

Hillary would never destroy a Syrian village and sell off the orphans just so some multi-national can put a natural gas pipe-line through what used to main street. She will do it though if she is told it's a sacrifice to Moloch.

When the guys in the stinky robes go back to the office on Monday morning, they all have a good laugh about how they got HRC to "move" the village by promising to tell her the secrets of the 33rd degree rite while she was getting smacked on the behind with a paddle. The secret is that the Johnny Walker Blue is kept in an Old Crow Bottle.

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Wheeler's response to my predictions:That's what I've been saying the whole time. Now were on the same page Kirk.

Yeah, BS!

What? that we the majority will quash you and your ilk, like  I've just predicted?! Boy that was easy!  You were completely goo goo gaga Trump! You declared confidentally many times Trump would get re elected. I remember your fervor!

I Remember only 6 months Wheeler literally cried out "Revolution" here on the forum at Trump's declaration to open the country for  Easter Sunday Mass! And then Wheeler swung to consternation when Trump retracted. But that was to be a completely, unmasked, undistanced event, throughout the country!. And in light of recent events.(Though many of us were aware of the danger of such events before Trump succumbed to the virus)  You came out very  healthy Wheeler. It was because of  us in the "nanny state'  that saved Wheeler and perhaps his family from another Trump inspired "Super Spreader" event.

That's ok , you don't have to thanks us Wheeler. We've become use to protecting the Trump lemmings from their own foolish impulses. And it will happen again.

So you acknowledge that you've gone from revolutionary reverie to now  accept defeat.

1) What happened to the revolution?

2) Believe me, you were pretty absurd, what illusions do you think you were under?

3)Were you a ripe for such a revolution, after just following the Bush family dynasty through out your adult life?

4).Was it just the fact that Trump was an outsider? Along the lines of W. Did you ever see any conflict between your professed religious views and the character of the man of which you became such a hopeless devotee?

Believe me, you've given up so easy, I'm beginning to think all these hours of alarm at the encroaching "deep state" was just a desperate cry for attention!

About the Michigan guy. It doesn't matter if they're Trump inspired or Trump  enabled. Besides, he's one guy in 13! I hardly need to look into the guy. They are all right wing losers, and they're all going down.,

 

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5 hours ago, W. Niederhut said:

     There's nothing even remotely "Christian" about Donald Trump.  Trump's worldview and ethics are the diametric opposite of traditional (Eastern Orthodox) Christianity.

     The best analysis I've ever read on the subject was published by Republican theologian Peter Wehner in July of 2016  in the New York Times. 

     The essay is a theological and philosophical masterpiece.

The Theology of Donald Trump

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/07/05/opinion/campaign-stops/the-theology-of-donald-trump.html

 

The so-called Christian support for Trump boils down to one central issue which has nothing to do with his complete lack of character and morality, and which the linked article doesn't even mention. That issue is abortion, and getting the right judges in place is therefore all that matters.

I heard this expressed in the most disgusting terms imaginable just this morning by one of the most famous Christians on Earth. In his internationally televised Sunday morning service, Jimmy Swaggart said "I thank God for our president, he is one of the greatest, if not the greatest, president in the history of our country." Then he made it clear why he says that in one sentence: "How anyone can vote for someone who supports abortion I don't know." 

Any questions?

 

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32 minutes ago, Ron Ecker said:

Any questions?

What's objectionable about that if the person is a Christian?

Is it less objectionable if an atheist endorses Biden because an abortion is just the destruction of a non-sentient mass of cells? 

I'm not here to turn this into an abortion debate.

I'm just here to make fun of the guy who regularly demeans Christian beliefs and actually practices Astrology.

Fortunately for the Astrologer, I am a Christian, which is the only thing limiting my capacity to make fun of someone who believes in Astrology. 

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Nobody's made fun of you religion that I've seen. But for a guy who claims to be a Christian, you sure treat people here deplorably. .Why?'

Honestly your the worst example for a Christian that I've met online or anywhere.Why can't you afford other people basic common courtesy?

You haven't answered one of the previous questions I've directed to you. about your condition over the last  year.

1) What happened to the revolution?

2) Believe me, you were pretty absurd, what illusions do you think you were under?

3)Were you a ripe for such a revolution, after just following the Bush family dynasty through out your adult life?

4).Was it just the fact that Trump was an outsider? Along the lines of W. Did you ever see any conflict between your professed religious views and the character of the man of which you became such a hopeless devotee?

Are you just going to retreat again?

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