Did I hear what I think I heard this morning It was on AM Joy this morning, hopefully somebody else her so it too. It was a clip of a video compilation on Fox News of Fox News people whining that the normal media covered trumps "mission accomplishment" statement. One of them, Katie Frates, acted like because Trump isn't "some seasoned politician" that it's unreasonable to expect him to know about Bush's 2003 "mission accomplishment" remark. I'm not a seasoned politician and I certainly remember it.
This isn't the first time this lame excuse has been used for Trump. Paul Ryan even claimed that because Trump was never president before that we can't expect him to know that obstruction of justice is wrong.
Re: Did I hear what I think I heard this morning Well Gopped has a point. It is hard to speak about this without clarification of the details.
But in broad terms, relative to short sightedness, and if the notions of the point might be valid, I've begun to realize that for political reasons, Trump and many of his followers are willing to promote the end of the humanity as a political objective.
This is fundamentally a deeper practical/philosophical, fatalistic issue than just the obvious results of their organized denial of global warming.
To understand my point you might accept importance of Jerusalem to "christian" fundamentalist, who are, judged, by the normal civilized standards of humanity, total hypocrites in any measure relative, especially the words of Christ, to the reasons behind their support of Israel, and the reality of their faith in terms of why "saving" people is important to them, and what it actually means.
I'm not sure but as honorable man I should say, and believe that all of the fundamentalist Christians are not sophisticated enough to realize that basically they they are passive/aggressive religious terrorists with the goal of both ending the whole world sooner, rather than later, and condemning the vast majority of humanity to hell, literally, because they do follow their Shite fundamentalist Christian sect.
mmmjvpssm ... again, Gopped has a point, we need a link to understand your point, but it, especially: "because Trump isn't "some seasoned politician" that it's unreasonable to expect him to know about" ... well, anything reasonable, or precisely anythong more than his own fragile ego.
So if there is no point in looking at reason, why not look at the next level, the wide spread collective unreasonable, extremist fundamentalist religion, (which over there is the enemy, right ? ) and out fundamentalist religious extremist, who a real conservative voter blocks ulitimate objectives ... hastening the end of humanity, if not the universe. (is that factually correct, in terms of what their Second Coming of Christ means ? )
Supporting links steering us back the our American religious terrorists' real world effects:
Armageddon? Bring It On: The Evangelical Force Behind Trump's Jerusalem Speech
The U.S. evangelical community is in raptures over Trump's decision to declare Jerusalem the capital of Israel, believing it moves the world closer to Armageddon
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So PTL, what do the American "christian" terrorists think that rebuilding the Temple will result in, ultimately, besides the end times, my faith based "christian" Americans ?
End-Time Prophecy: Why is the Third Temple so Important ...
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The Hebrew prophets all proclaimed that in the last days, the exiles of Israel would return to the Promised Land and that the Temple would be rebuilt. “Then the nations will know that I the Lord make Israel holy, when my sanctuary is among them forever.” (Ezekiel 37:28). These phenomenal end-time events are unfolding ..,
Too much, sure, but remember that the whole problem between the Muslim nations, between the Saudis and the Iran is about how which of Mohamed's many children is the real king ? of Islam, is behind all all the real world power issues.
Off topic ?
Well with no links, what is the topic, really ?
So thanks. it give the the chance to ask you do want the world to end, or do you have faith in any future ?
Wow, I feel better getting all of faith based BS this off my chest, so thanks you !
Re: Did I hear what I think I heard this morning Youtube kept playingbwhile I typing as a function of the computer age. as I wrote the post above,
Otherwise I never would have found out how and why some religious extremists think that, OMG, DJ Trump is a tool of their their objective, the end time, the end of hunanity, and guess the whole universe, too, PTL, because they think that their New Jerusalem, the city on the hill, that some crazy British extremist fundamentalist, sort of 17th Century David Koreshs or Bob Jones sorts thought was it God will to build their New Jeruselem, their city on a hill in America, Native America heathern be damned, and witches be burned in name of their Merciful Lord, Jesus H, Christ, ... then, sure if that was the hand of your God, then may-be. US Embassy is really the new the Temple of the Jews, and will end the ... whole universe as is fundamental to anyone's fundamentalist "christian" faith.
That makes DJ Trump a prophet and a tool of your god(s) if he build his embassy there !!!
So understand I not a follower, but if you live literally by the VBible, both respecting your faith and to save youn again, please read your Lord's word:
And if he so loved man as give us his only son, what can we make of his plan being to kill us all and condemn the majority of us, who are not extremist orthodox followers of Martin Luther and his thinking, to eternal Hell ?
Matthew 7:21-23 NIV - True and False Disciples - “Not - Bible Gateway
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Matthew 7:21-23 New International Version (NIV). True and False Disciples. 21 “Not everyone who says to me, 'Lord, Lord,' will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. 22 Many will say to me on that day, 'Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name .
Re: Did I hear what I think I heard this morning "Ignorance of the law is not a sufficient excuse for breaking the law. " ... if you are poor and/or black in America, but but clearly if you're a rich elitist it supposed to be a good enough excuse !!!
Re: Did I hear what I think I heard this morning That has been Paul Ryan's problem: trying to have things both ways. It's the problem of the vast majority of Republicans in Congress: loyalty to the head of the party vs. standing up for what's good for the country. Those brave few who haven't chosen Ryan's way have sacrificed themselves politically.