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Warren DeMontague Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-14-07 04:25 AM
Response to Reply #88
94. Eh.
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  -The slow return to the 'Victorian Era', bible-belt style. Ferretherder  May-12-07 12:49 PM   #0 
  - From what I've read about Victorian schools,  ayeshahaqqiqa   May-12-07 12:55 PM   #1 
  - There is a Stunningly Good Letter There  Crisco   May-12-07 12:56 PM   #2 
  - I was about to post the same thing.  Cabcere   May-12-07 12:57 PM   #3 
  - That was imppressive and well written  depakid   May-12-07 01:14 PM   #8 
  - Thanks for noting that outstanding response.  tabasco   May-12-07 02:32 PM   #21 
  - Here is Monroe Watcher's response:  Lorien   May-13-07 11:51 AM   #69 
  - Don't get me wrong  Bitwit1234   May-12-07 12:58 PM   #4 
  - I happen to think religion  SheilaT   May-12-07 01:06 PM   #7 
  - Yes, but I'm not sure that a "school" should be teaching them that all  AlinPA   May-12-07 01:52 PM   #12 
  - Sounds like Matthew 6:5-6  JonathanChance   May-12-07 02:50 PM   #24 
  - my all time favorite bible passage...  Reverend_Smitty   May-12-07 03:03 PM   #26 
  - IA, the louder a person is about being a Christian, the more I suspect  treestar   May-13-07 11:39 AM   #66 
  - An old trick in the works here:  Vexatious Ape   May-12-07 01:01 PM   #5 
  - spent me some time in Ouachita Parish  musette_sf   May-12-07 01:05 PM   # 
  - Time to start my lion suit business.  Nikki Stone1   May-12-07 01:05 PM   #6 
  - if they want ideas from the "Victorian era"...  flyingfysh   May-12-07 01:23 PM   #9 
  - Darwinism and Religion Make For Interesting Debates  jprd   May-12-07 02:03 PM   #16 
     - holes in Darwinian evolution you say?  WindRavenX   May-13-07 12:35 AM   #34 
     - How do you know that animals don't worship something else?  Perragrande   May-13-07 12:35 AM   #35 
     - More Religious Animals?  jprd   May-13-07 06:23 AM   #42 
     - Really? Bigger "holes" than there are in the assertion that "there is a giant invisible man in the  impeachdubya   May-13-07 12:47 AM   #37 
     - I Wasn't Supporting Creationism  jprd   May-13-07 06:30 AM   #43 
     - You didn't answer the question: What holes in Darwinian evolution? nt  impeachdubya   May-13-07 03:15 PM   #80 
     - You know -- not all Chrisitans believe the world is only 6,000  Clark2008   May-13-07 07:23 AM   #47 
        - We're talking about evolution- and the denial of such.  impeachdubya   May-13-07 03:14 PM   #79 
     - I once came upon, by helicopter, in the tundra of Alaska  symbolman   May-13-07 02:56 AM   #40 
     - I Didn't Know That Bears Were Religious  jprd   May-13-07 06:16 AM   #41 
        - As a wise man once said  symbolman   May-13-07 03:01 PM   #77 
           - A Fool Once Told Me  jprd   May-13-07 06:57 PM   #86 
              - Considering the fact that YOU were not THERE  symbolman   May-14-07 07:33 AM   #101 
     - Excuse me?  dave_p   May-13-07 12:21 PM   #73 
        - Some Examples Please?  jprd   May-14-07 03:16 AM   #88 
           - Eh.  impeachdubya   May-14-07 04:25 AM   #94 
           - Great Examples  jprd   May-14-07 04:54 AM   #95 
           - Bees  dave_p   May-14-07 09:32 AM   #102 
  - THIS IS AN OUTRAGE.....  pepperbear   May-12-07 01:29 PM   #10 
  - Have You Read The First Amendment?  jprd   May-12-07 01:51 PM   #11 
     - and we have a winner! good idea treading lightly on your very  pepperbear   May-12-07 01:56 PM   #13 
     - Sorry, I Was Still Hung Up On Shirts  jprd   May-12-07 02:15 PM   #18 
        - sorry still not getting it......  pepperbear   May-12-07 02:36 PM   #22 
           - They Need To Revise Their Vote  jprd   May-12-07 04:06 PM   #27 
     - I trust you also support equally the right of students to wear t-shirts  kestrel91316   May-12-07 01:56 PM   #14 
     - You Didn't Wait for an Answer  jprd   May-12-07 02:08 PM   #17 
        - Can kids wear shirts with pot leaves, peyote buttons, or pictures of people fucking on them, too?  impeachdubya   May-12-07 04:21 PM   #29 
           - Odd Religions  jprd   May-12-07 04:45 PM   #30 
              - According to whom?  impeachdubya   May-12-07 08:39 PM   #32 
                 - Monotheism Is Odd?  jprd   May-13-07 12:22 AM   #33 
                    - I think if you're going to use the first amendment as a defense for SOME people to express religious  impeachdubya   May-13-07 12:40 AM   #36 
                    - I Grasp Pretty Well!  jprd   May-13-07 06:48 AM   #44 
                       - "If a majority of folks in a community want to have prayers in their schools  impeachdubya   May-13-07 02:51 PM   #76 
                          - You Seem Very Angry  jprd   May-14-07 03:34 AM   #89 
                             - No, I suggested you *try* it. Specific physical activities, to see if you obtain any results  impeachdubya   May-14-07 04:03 AM   #91 
                                - Thanks  jprd   May-14-07 05:24 AM   #97 
                                   - Thanks for the clarifications.  impeachdubya   May-14-07 02:46 PM   #103 
                    - The issue is that a school prayer is being included in a public function, funded by taxpayer dollars  Selatius   May-13-07 12:47 AM   #38 
                       - Aren't Most Schools Funded By Local Taxes?  jprd   May-13-07 06:52 AM   #45 
                       - Most schools are also funded by the Fed Gov't as well...  rasputin1952   May-13-07 07:15 AM   #46 
                       - This has come up locally too  gollygee   May-13-07 07:32 AM   #48 
                          - Thank You!  jprd   May-13-07 08:14 AM   #51 
                             - Actually, what he was saying was that even if a majority of people WANT an organized prayer  impeachdubya   May-13-07 03:17 PM   #81 
                                - What If  jprd   May-14-07 03:38 AM   #90 
                                   - The Supreme Court would.  impeachdubya   May-14-07 04:10 AM   #92 
                                      - Well, We Know That Constitutionality These Days  jprd   May-14-07 05:31 AM   #98 
                                         - So, then, you do disagree with the Supreme Court decisions prohibiting organized prayer  impeachdubya   May-14-07 02:49 PM   #104 
                       - Right, but as a side issue, I don't think it would be constitutional to allow t-shirts from only  impeachdubya   May-13-07 02:38 PM   #75 
                          - If the school is prohibiting t-shirts from other religions, that's a big problem.  Selatius   May-13-07 08:30 PM   #87 
     - YOu have to understand that no one ever said that religious  rasputin1952   May-12-07 02:00 PM   #15 
     - Not necessarily true.  donco6   May-13-07 07:59 AM   #49 
     - Schools are Constitutionally allowed to enforce dress codes.  Toots   May-13-07 08:46 AM   #53 
  - What's wrong with this picture?  dave_p   May-12-07 02:18 PM   #19 
  - So why are these students wearing this T-shirt under their  rasputin1952   May-12-07 02:26 PM   #20 
  - Can I have a 'In Buddha's name' T-shirt?  Neoma   May-12-07 02:41 PM   #23 
  - I for the life of me will never understand the concept of the persecuted majority  Reverend_Smitty   May-12-07 03:01 PM   #25 
  - It's An Easy Concept to Understand  jprd   May-12-07 04:12 PM   #28 
  - Darn that separation of church and state.  donco6   May-13-07 08:01 AM   #50 
  - I Agree  jprd   May-13-07 08:24 AM   #52 
     - Sarcastic because the will of the majority here . . . .  donco6   May-13-07 08:52 AM   #54 
     - I Don't Think That's True  jprd   May-13-07 11:06 AM   #59 
        - Deleted message  Name removed   May-13-07 03:55 PM   #83 
     - What elite minority do you think is likely to rule in the USA?  gollygee   May-13-07 08:54 AM   #55 
        - An Elite Minority Could Be  jprd   May-13-07 10:57 AM   #56 
           - No, but I don't see any minority group ruling  gollygee   May-13-07 10:58 AM   #57 
              - No I Don't  jprd   May-13-07 11:14 AM   #60 
                 - The principal of democracy is that the majority rules but  gollygee   May-13-07 11:15 AM   #62 
                 - Deleted message  Name removed   May-13-07 11:43 AM   #68 
                 - Rick Santorum......  PassingFair   May-13-07 12:08 PM   #71 
                 - LOL  symbolman   May-13-07 03:05 PM   #78 
                 - Or I suppose we could worry about man/dog love when . . .  donco6   May-13-07 03:58 PM   #84 
                 - My Civil Reply  jprd   May-13-07 06:07 PM   #85 
                 - Wait a second, you are putting words in my mouth that I did not say...  Reverend_Smitty   May-13-07 11:59 AM   #70 
  - That situation is actually rare....  Jade Fox   May-13-07 11:06 AM   #58 
  - There Have Been Many Police States  jprd   May-13-07 11:24 AM   #64 
     - Lumping all those together is ludicrous....  Jade Fox   May-13-07 01:41 PM   #74 
  - Sure, but Christians in the U.S. are not in that position  treestar   May-13-07 11:40 AM   #67 
  - Minority group status is not limited to mathematical minority  me b zola   May-14-07 05:01 AM   #96 
  - A majority is a group, individuals do not usually wander around  spoony   May-12-07 05:59 PM   #31 
  - It's a phenomenon that has me scratching my head too....  Jade Fox   May-13-07 11:14 AM   #61 
  - Really? I think it is very easy top undestand  Perky   May-13-07 03:26 PM   #82 
  - I want to make one thing perfectly clear - ...  Ferretherder   May-13-07 02:02 AM   #39 
  - You can always tell when the general elections are around the corner  Geek_Girl   May-13-07 11:18 AM   #63 
  - Why do they not get that a vote does not count in this case?  treestar   May-13-07 11:36 AM   #65 
  - When those persectuted christians truly cannot meet  nadinbrzezinski   May-13-07 12:19 PM   #72 
  - "what if we made equal time for other religious observances "  and-justice-for-all   May-14-07 04:15 AM   #93 
     - Actually, that sounds like a plan. After all,...  Ferretherder   May-14-07 05:49 AM   #99 
        - All or nothing...sounds good to me.  and-justice-for-all   May-14-07 05:58 AM   #100 
 

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