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The Real Cheaters

November 17, 2013

To the Readers’ Forum: For years now, everyone seems to be blaming the Federal government for being financially wasteful. Well folks, lets turn that gaze on the true cheaters in this country....

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Psychofux

Nov-24-13 5:50 PM

I know the Bible, I'll take the challenge. God created evolution, and for a good reason. How else did he get us up from the clay? You think it magically happened, pooof! Nope. The Bible says that he created us from the earth. Evolution attempts to explains how that happened. He is giving us more and more knowledge, and we are learning more about this…which is also stated in the Bible.

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Psychofux

Nov-24-13 5:46 PM

Also, the earth that God created in early Genesis…notice the lower case "e" in earth? Yeah, that's not the planet Earth, that is dirt. He created dirt all over the place. The capital "E" Earth wasn't even around until much later. You young-Earther types amaze me in your lack of reading comprehension.

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Psychofux

Nov-24-13 5:43 PM

No there isn't. No difference. And God is certainly capable of creating this process of evolution. We see it, it is observable. I'll bet you think that the Bible says that everything was created in six 24-hour days…I'll give you a clue. It doesn't say that. In fact, the third or fourth sentence in Genesis, God defines a day as a period of lightness and darkness. I'm sure that even you cannot stretch that as being 24 hours, since the Earth and the Sun weren't even created at that point.

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CREDENCE

Nov-20-13 9:18 AM

snopes & factcheck are liars. That's the truth.

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threestrikesout

Nov-19-13 10:15 PM

>>>"Evolution presumes" and "The Bible says" - I'll give ya an amen on those 5 words, Psycho. As for "There is no difference" - maybe you should search the Scriptures a little more. There is a BIG difference between evolution and creation!

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Psychofux

Nov-19-13 5:39 PM

Stupid! Evolution never claimed that man came from monkeys. If you could read, you would find out that there was never a claim that man evolved from monkeys, unless you are referring to the rightwing dingbats. Evolution presumes that life evolved from the ground. The Bible says that God gathered the ground and made man. There is no difference there.

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Seadog

Nov-19-13 1:57 PM

You got balls talking about ethics. Holder, Lerner, Sebilius, Obama, and the rest of the lying administration.

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Seadog

Nov-19-13 10:53 AM

"To Serve Humans"

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threestrikesout

Nov-19-13 10:16 AM

Does anybody remember the Twilight Zone episode where they deciphered the alien book, only to discover that it was a cookbook after it was too late, and people had already been taken captive? Does all of this Obamacare stuff sound chillingly similar?

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Seadog

Nov-19-13 8:43 AM

Talk about liars!

(CNN) - A newly disclosed report indicates that officials in the Obama administration and the Department of Health and Human Services received warnings from a private consultant group that the federal online healthcare enrollment site could potentially fail to function properly for the October 1 launch date. The analysis by McKinsey & Company was requested by the White House. It identified various problems with the exchange, including limited testing time and resources before the launch, and found that call-in centers wouldn't function properly if the website malfunctioned. The Obama administration has come under fire for the botched October 1 launch of healthcare.gov. The site has been plagued with technical issues barring many enrollees from signing up for the federal exchange though the site. This report suggests problems were brought to the attention of key officials as early as March"

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EaglesWings

Nov-19-13 7:32 AM

73 says he lives in the real world. Was that a "real world" interpretation of THE Bible, or a real world interpretation of YOUR Bible? Your speech betrayeth thee.

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CREDENCE

Nov-18-13 9:38 PM

:o) time to sleep

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CREDENCE

Nov-18-13 9:30 PM

Ohhhh the gravel?

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CREDENCE

Nov-18-13 9:29 PM

Loner, help me out here. "The pit is back" ??? (Too much ether I guess)

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apologeticsnow

Nov-18-13 8:38 PM

73, when you say, "Looks like killing children is in the bible. Hosea 13:16 The people of Samaria must bear their guilt, because they have rebelled against their God. They will fall by the sword; their little ones will be dashed to the ground, their pregnant women ripped open.” where is that verse giving us permission to murder them? Besides, given that it is poetic in that context, how do you know that it is taken in the literal sense? Doesn't the context suggest the language being used as a figure of speech to describe the horrifio judgment about to fall on Samaria?

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Seadog

Nov-18-13 7:41 PM

I thought that was him.

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CREDENCE

Nov-18-13 7:11 PM

Seadog you could fill pages. Falls on deaf ears. The only thing they can say is "racist"

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Seadog

Nov-18-13 6:52 PM

Capri - how about, "I'll close GITMO, transparent administration, shovel ready jobs, unemployment to 6%, no lobbyists in my administration! you didn't build that, will cut deficit in half my first term, etc., etc."?

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73capri

Nov-18-13 6:44 PM

Let's see, I am not a crook Nixon---- liar. I did sell arms to Iran and give the money to the contra, Reagan and bush---- liar. But I know the have WMD's, little Bush----liar. It funny how the left and the right only point out the other sides faults. I live in the real world and know that both sides Will liar to us to get what the want and make the other side look bad. The sad part is that they don't need to lie about the other party. Both parties will make themselves look bad as soon as they are in power and start lying to us all by themselves.

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Seadog

Nov-18-13 5:44 PM

Let's see - Bill Clinton was a cheater. Barack "you can keep your insurance it you want to" Obama is a liar. Which one is worse?

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CREDENCE

Nov-18-13 4:30 PM

excuse me I meant to say "50s" not loner

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CREDENCE

Nov-18-13 4:29 PM

Loner, you answered yourself: "How is it these left wing "NUTS" believe in evolution but..."

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50s4ever

Nov-18-13 3:46 PM

How is it these left wing nuts believe in evolution but get upset when you say Obama is related to a monkey....or monkeyboy for that matter? I guess they haven't evolved on that particular subject yet.

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Seadog

Nov-18-13 2:30 PM

"It seems, sadly, that the attitude of Gordon Gekko, the main character in the movie, "Wall Street," has gained too much ascendency"

Or, the attitude of those able to work that want the government to hand them everything from food, to housing, to heat, to spending money, to food stamps, to free medical care, have "gained too much ascendency".

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Emelye

Nov-18-13 2:14 PM

Mr Beyer, it seems to me people always get very upset about *other people's* dishonesty, perhaps as a method to justify their own. You make some important points.

Excessive greed drives far too much activity in our society, it seems, with little to no regard for the social and moral harms it creates. It seems, sadly, that the attitude of Gordon Gekko, the main character in the movie, "Wall Street," has gained too much ascendency.

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