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Defending the Separation of Laws! Keep Fanatics Off OUR Constitution!

God has no role in government; Christianity has no role in government.

Those fanatics will try to argue that there is no such thing as Separation of Church and State.  Yet it’s very obvious that there is a Separation, even in common knowledge of most American’s.  I like this quote: god has no role in government; Christianity has no role in government.  The founding father’s made this clear.

Jeff Schweitzer: Religion in the Affairs of Man: Mixing Theology and Politics

Declaration of Independence (1776)

The most important assertion in this document is that “… to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”

Note that the power of government is derived not from god but from the people. No appeal is made in this document to god for authority of any kind. In no case are any powers given to religion in the affairs of man.

Remember, too, that this document was not written to form or found a government, but was stating intent meant to appeal to an audience with European sensibilities. Only four times is there any reference at all to higher powers, specifically: laws of nature and of nature’s god, supreme judge of the world, their creator, and divine providence. In all four cases the references to a higher power appeal to the idea of inherent human dignity, never implying a role for god in government.

Finally, should there by an doubt about the author’s intentions, I offer you this quote from Thomas Jefferson in an April 11, 1823, letter to John Adams: “The day will come when the mystical generation of Jesus by the Supreme Being in the womb of a virgin, will be classed with the fable of the generation of Minerva in the brain of Jupiter.” He went on to say in his concluding paragraphs, “But we may hope that the dawn of reason and freedom of thought in these United States will do away with all this artificial scaffolding…”

These are not the words from a man who would wish to insert god into the affairs of man. [read full article]


January 22, 2010 Posted by | General | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Christian Crusaders Advocate for Pro-Killing; Again!

This isn’t the only issue here.  These people use the bible as their rule book, and the bible advocates of killing of all sorts of people.  The people attacking other groups of people, diversity, gay people and other races because of race mixing, and so much more.  Just open up their bible and you will see who it advocates for killing through their delusional interpretation and neo-translations of these new aged bibles [not the same when I was growing up].  All I have to say is beware of False Prophets!

I didn’t see Newt Gingrich’s name on this list, also we can’t forget about those other crusader’s who have already terrorized other people, like Jim Jones, Timothy McVeigh, Branch Davidian and more.   I can’t see how America easily forgets about these terrorists, and shifts attention to Iraq, Afghanistan or the Islamic faith, when we have these Christian’s doing all this here.    All I have to say is who’s going to be next, again.

Very scary people!

Don’t we have a rule of law in America, so why do these people think they can go around terrorizing people.  This just urks me,  here we have American soldiers dying [more than 4300] in Iraq and Afghanistan over alleged terrorism, over their own army of god belief system, yet we have these Christians doing the same thing in our own back yard.

Perhaps we should bring our soldiers home!

You know, I don’t believe nor practice abortion, but that doesn’t give me a right to take the law into my own hands or judge other people.  Judgement according  the bible is left for your god on judgment day.   You break the law, you kill people, you will be judged by your god.  You will not be judged by me, or at least that is what the bible say’s, so this is why I am no longer a Christian because I don’t believe in advocation of terrorism or killing of any kind.  One abortion doesn’t justify killing others, and I’m talking about American law, not religious law.

We all don’t follow the same faith, and we all don’t believe in the same thing.  So, keep your religion to yourself, do not force it on other’s, nor should it be used to target other groups of people, not of that belief.

“Defensive Action statements

We, the undersigned, declare the justice of taking all godly action necessary to defend
innocent human life including the use of force. We proclaim that whatever force is
legitimate to defend the life of a born child is legitimate to defend the life of an unborn
child. We assert that if Michael Griffin did in fact kill David Gunn, his use of lethal force
was justifiable provided it was carried out for the purpose of defending the lives of unborn
children. Therefore, he ought to be acquitted of the charges against him.

Mike Bray – Pastor, Reformation Lutheran Church, Bowie, Maryland

C. Roy McMillan – Executive Director, Christian Action Group, Jackson, Mississippi

Andrew Burnett – Director, Advocates for Life Ministries, Portland, Oregon

Cathy Ramey – Associate Editor, Life Advocate Magazine, Portland, Oregon

Matt Trewhella Pastor, Mercy Seat Christian Church, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Paul J. Hill – Director, Defensive Action, Pensacola, Florida

Paul deParrie – Author of Numerous Titles, Portland, Oregon

Regina Dinwiddie – Christian Pro-Life Activist & Producer of Rescue Radio, MO and KS

Michael Dodds – Leader of Wichita Rescue Movement, Kansas

Henry Felisone – Director, Queens Pro-Life Group, Queens, New York

Tony Piso – Pastor, Evangelical Mission Church, Forest Hill, New York

Jacob Miller – Evangelist, Assembly of Yahweh & Pro-Life Activist, Tampa, Florida

Dan Bray – Director, Defenders of the Defenders of Life, Bowie, Maryland

David Crane- Director, Rescue Virginia, Norfolk, VA

Donald Spitz- Evangelist & Assistant Director for Rescue Virginia, Norfolk, Virginia

Michael Jarecki – Ret. Pastor, Saint Mary’s Church, Brushton, New York

Bill Koehler – Director of Project Awareness, North Bergen, New Jersey

Kenneth Arndt – Director, New Hampshire Rescue, Windham, New Hampshire

Dave Leach – Editor, Prayer and Action Weekly News, Des Moines, Iowa

Mike Walker – Leader in National Assoc. of Planned Parenthood Fighters, Alabama

Thomas Carleton – Catholic Priest, Presently Incarcerated in Billerica, Massachusetts

Joseph F. O’Hara – Director, Wyoming Valley Rescue Group, Pennsylvania

David Graham – Attorney at Law, Olathe, Kansas

David Trosch – Catholic Priest, Publisher Justifiable Homicide Cartoon & President
Life Enterprises Unlimited, Mobile, Alabama

Dawn Stover – Assistant Director, Advocates for Life Ministries, Portland, Oregon

Mike Meyer – Chairman, Tri-State Rescue Committee, Cincinnati, Ohio

David Craig – Former Presbyterian Pastor, Hope, Indiana

John Brockhoeft – Author of “The Brockhoeft Report,” incarcerated in Burlington, Kentucky
Donna Bray – Co-Founder, Defenders of the Defenders of Life, Bowie, Maryland

Media Consultant – Gary McCullough; Publicist – Jerry McGlothlin

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Just Say No: A God-fearing approach to California’s Proposition 8


Civil marriage is about that, civil marriage, it has nothing to do with your religion!

In fact, marriage is NOT even traditional to Christianity, it is traditional to Pagan law [civil law], and marriage contracts have been, ever since, for the purpose of proving property rights and heirs. Religion didn’t adopt the practice until around the 8th century, much like religion adopted the Solstice Celebration and call it Christmas or the adoption of the Fertility Celebration and call it Easter.

Religious marriage is between those people and their ‘god’, not the rest of us, and definitely not to those of us who practice other loving faiths.

It’s just another bigoted attempt to legislate hate and bigotry targeting a group of people in favor of Christianity. What next, more prison camps for those who refuse to comply?


Just Say No: A God-fearing approach to California’s Proposition 8
I no more believe that marriage should be only between a man and a woman than I believe the world is flat.
It’s definitely not, even if you live in hilly parts of San Francisco’s Sunset District.

But try telling that to the supporters of California’s Proposition 8, the last-gasp attempt to codify a discriminatory definition of marriage into the California Constitution.

The Prop 8 folks insist on their limited worldview and want to memorialize their bigotry by making it state law.

It’s the kind of proposition slaveholders would have circulated after the Emancipation Proclamation. Won’t you please reconsider slavery?

Prop 8 is what I call the “recourse for sore losers.” The California Supreme Court already ruled in May that any law that would narrowly define marriage as between a man and a woman was an unconstitutional violation of the Equal Protection Clause. That should have ended it. But the Prop 8 folks are trying an end run on both the Constitution and the Supreme Court with this last plea for exclusion.

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