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Old 02-15-2007, 05:24 PM   #31
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Being enthusiastic about something is considerably different than condoning the actions of criminals.
Oh come now! Judge Moore disobeying a court order to remove the 10 Commandments might make him insubordinate or even radical, but he is certainly not a common criminal as you seem to think. He didn't hurt anyone, take advantage of anyone, or abuse anyone's trust. He merely disobeyed an order to be PC in his court and maybe even perhaps dishonored himself a little. I still think his punishment was excessive, but I'm not about to say that he needs to be in jail.

Anyway, I'm with Kansast. We're getting off the subject here.
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Old 02-15-2007, 05:27 PM   #32
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The man is not a criminal

For years it was legal to have the Ten Commandments in most all public places and some liberal court started the ball rolling and now the ACLU has it as a platform so for 200 years it was legal and almost over night it is not and this makes him a criminal ? Not This is a man with balls to stand up and be counted as being for the Christian Morals this country is based on. You may not like the "Christian" part fine but morals are a good thing no matter your faith and the loss of them in our children is evident by reading the paper. So if you think a man with the guts to stand up and say what needs to be said and looses his job knowing he would is criminal well I say he is a major Patriot.
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Old 02-15-2007, 05:33 PM   #33
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Oh come now! Judge Moore disobeying a court order to remove the 10 Commandments might make him insubordinate or even radical, but he is certainly not a common criminal as you seem to think. He didn't hurt anyone, take advantage of anyone, or abuse anyone's trust. He merely disobeyed an order to be PC in his court and maybe even perhaps dishonored himself a little. I still think his punishment was excessive, but I'm not about to say that he needs to be in jail.

Anyway, I'm with Kansast. We're getting off the subject here.
Anyone who willingly and with full knowledge of their actions CHOOSES to break the law isn't any better than the guy growing pot in the privacy of his own home and certainly doesn't deserve to be treated any differently. I mean hey, they're both victimless crimes, right? Wasn't that your justification?

With that being said, I didn't state Roy Moore deserved to go to jail or even be sued, I said he was unfit to judge others.
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Old 02-15-2007, 06:17 PM   #34
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The Judas among us has only been here a week and has insulted just about every one in a very short time and yes his threads are a mile long because he is Judas Rude Dude
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Anyone who willingly and with full knowledge of their actions CHOOSES to break the law isn't any better than the guy growing pot in the privacy of his own home and certainly doesn't deserve to be treated any differently. I mean hey, they're both victimless crimes, right? Wasn't that your justification?
With that being said, I didn't state Roy Moore deserved to go to jail or even be sued, I said he was unfit to judge others.
Growing pot is a crime because people smoke it and often persuade others to smoke it as well. While the act of growing it is a victimless crime, it can and usually does involve victims later on. Therefore, it "indirectly" does have victims. In Judge Moore's case, however, he could've displayed those Commandments for 30 years and not hurt anyone.

I can agree that his insubordination makes him unfit to judge.
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Old 02-15-2007, 08:48 PM   #37
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By the way, I am not your neighbor. I don't live on the same street as you. Be sure you put me on your ignore list. I was here first, enjoying myself. That said, end of story.
Someone harassing you there Isabella, just give us his name, and we'll POUND HIM
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Old 02-15-2007, 10:30 PM   #38
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In Judge Moore's case, however, he could've displayed those Commandments for 30 years and not hurt anyone.

OR he could have been allowed to victimize everyone who didn't follow his beliefs, except unlike Isaac, instead of calling them Socialist, he could have sentenced them to prison.

As long as we both agree that he was unfit to judge others, because of his actions, not his beliefs, then I can trust you are a rational individual


Unlike someone else who not only doesn't know the definition of neighbor, but who continues to make antagonistic remarks even though I've already made it perfectly clear her stupidity is being ignored.
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It is precisely the judge's actions that make him eminently qualified to judge others. The decisions made and the sentences handed down from his bench, having been deliberated upon and rendered with the guidence of the Word of God is exactly what makes him fit to judge, and I'd bet any amount of money that if any of us found ourselves standing before his court awaiting judgment we'd all be damned glad of his "criminality"! That is, unless you'd prefer to be judged by someone who never tempers the dispensation of justice with mercy...leniency...forgiveness... atonement...second chances. Maybe you'd rather have the kind of judge who goes strictly by the book...follows the law to the letter? Well you're in luck, cuz we've got plenty of those.
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Someone harassing you there Isabella, just give us his name, and we'll POUND HIM
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Wait a second...Im confused...isnt this the "Howdy" thread? A big "Howdy" to all you newbies and first-time posters!
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Wait a second...Im confused...isnt this the "Howdy" thread? A big "Howdy" to all you newbies and first-time posters!
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Howdy, Al, Bob, AnimeSpirit, Isaac, Fact, kansast. Now are we back on topic?
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Wait a second...Im confused...isnt this the "Howdy" thread? A big "Howdy" to all you newbies and first-time posters!
Somebody break out the can of peaches.. right Al ?
I got the can-opener.

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It is precisely the judge's actions that make him eminently qualified to judge others. The decisions made and the sentences handed down from his bench, having been deliberated upon and rendered with the guidence of the Word of God is exactly what makes him fit to judge, and I'd bet any amount of money that if any of us found ourselves standing before his court awaiting judgment we'd all be damned glad of his "criminality"! That is, unless you'd prefer to be judged by someone who never tempers the dispensation of justice with mercy...leniency...forgiveness... atonement...second chances. Maybe you'd rather have the kind of judge who goes strictly by the book...follows the law to the letter? Well you're in luck, cuz we've got plenty of those.
Well I have to say I am quite dismayed to hear you say you'd prefer to be judged by a criminal than by an honest individual.

Last time I checked, "mercy...leniency...forgiveness... atonement...second chances" were not characteristic solely possessed by Christians. I never said a judge should NOT use his own thoughts and opinions when passing judgment, my implication is that he should not be guilty of criminal activity himself.....multiple violations at that. Remember, he erected the monument in violation of the Constitution, then refused to remove it in violation of a court order.

So what you are saying is that you'd PREFER to be judged by a man who may very well violate your Constitutional rights as well, because he feels his own opinions are above the law?

Or would it be closer to the truth to say that you don't possess the ability to be objective where your God is concerned? That's not a cut on you or your beliefs, merely an observation based on the content of your posts.

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Somebody break out the can of peaches.. right Al ?
I got the can-opener.

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At least when Al has a meeting, he puts out some Peaches. I'll give him that.

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