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Fri Feb 7, 2020, 03:16 PM

Pussy-Grabber's adventures at the national prayer breakfast. . .

I'm not religious. I'm not Christian. I don't want or need to be prayed over.

And I do find it somewhat interesting, to say the least, why an American politician should feel compelled to attend when we live in an ostensibly secular nation. . .

Yeah, I know. . . "Amurka is a Christian nation!" Yada, yada.

Given all this, I STILL feel that the organizers of this. . . breakfast. . . or whatever the hell it was owe Democrats a HUGE apology for the behavior of their guest, Pussy-Grabber himself. PG won't apologize ever. But this was supposed to be a "Christian" event with "Christian love." I didn't see ANY of that, but I DID see the supposed leader of the free world acting like the big, orange asshole that he is and taking swipes at Democrats.

Ultimately, do I CARE what Pussy-Grabber says or does? No, I don't. But I DO care that this breakfast gave him a platform from which to shit out toxic bile from his pie hole on TELEVISION.

I doubt very seriously that his supporters will be turned off by this.

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Reply Pussy-Grabber's adventures at the national prayer breakfast. . . (Original post)
BigDemVoter Feb 7 OP
SWBTATTReg Feb 7 #1
gratuitous Feb 7 #2
SWBTATTReg Feb 7 #3
lunatica Feb 7 #4
lame54 Feb 7 #5
malaise Feb 7 #6

Response to BigDemVoter (Original post)

Fri Feb 7, 2020, 03:34 PM

1. The organizers do owe the rest of us an apology for rump's actions and ranting. If they...

don't disassociate themselves from rump's ranting and raving, then I truly question the purpose of this supposedly Christian breakfast, that's really supposed to reflect all Americans, not just the select few.

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Response to SWBTATTReg (Reply #1)

Fri Feb 7, 2020, 03:38 PM

2. The organizers could go one better, and not invite politicians or elected officials ever again

But then they wouldn't have people talking about how holy they appear and complimenting them on their public show of piety.

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Response to gratuitous (Reply #2)

Fri Feb 7, 2020, 04:25 PM

3. Sadly, you're right. Hypocrisy at its worse, eh? Take care! NT

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Response to BigDemVoter (Original post)

Fri Feb 7, 2020, 04:32 PM

4. If you have Netflix watch The Family

Itís not a real family. Itís a Republican Christian organization that is made up of members of the a Republican Party and Christian leaders. It stays low key, deliberately, except for once a year it puts on the Breakfast Prayer. Itís been around for a while and their basic belief is that Republican Presidents are literally godís chosen and that the Familyís job is to make godís will happen.

It will explain everything about the Republican Party that makes us bang our heads on the wall in frustration. Thereís a book too. Itís a mini series and starts off slow but itís because itís the foundation for the rest of the story.

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Response to BigDemVoter (Original post)

Fri Feb 7, 2020, 04:37 PM

5. He kicked it off by saying Jesus was wrong...

The guy who introduced him quoted Jesus and Trump came up and said I don't agree with that

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Response to BigDemVoter (Original post)

Fri Feb 7, 2020, 04:38 PM

6. Don't hold your breath

please

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