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#1 Apr 19, 2016
Yesterday I was in a discussion on an issue that is prevalent in America today.One that should never be an issue but for some reason is on the forefront of the gay agenda. The issue of homosexuals using the same bathroom as our children. What many do not know is the man that is spear heading this agenda is a convicted sex offender, and is fighting for the right to be able to go to the bathroom with little girls in the park. America has to stop this. A large majority of sexual assaults are by homosexuals who were sexually assaulted by homosexuals who were sexually assaulted by homosexuals. A vicious cycle that God stamped out in Soddom and Gamorrah and we as a nation need to stamp out today. Before the critics start crying and attempting to say I am advocating killing homosexuals off I'm not. BUT what I am saying is this long history of abuse needs to stop. We as a nation need to find a solution that works and not something to appease the abused abusers.

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#2 Apr 19, 2016
captain prak wrote:
Yesterday I was in a discussion on an issue that is prevalent in America today.One that should never be an issue but for some reason is on the forefront of the gay agenda. The issue of homosexuals using the same bathroom as our children. What many do not know is the man that is spear heading this agenda is a convicted sex offender, and is fighting for the right to be able to go to the bathroom with little girls in the park. America has to stop this. A large majority of sexual assaults are by homosexuals who were sexually assaulted by homosexuals who were sexually assaulted by homosexuals. A vicious cycle that God stamped out in Soddom and Gamorrah and we as a nation need to stamp out today. Before the critics start crying and attempting to say I am advocating killing homosexuals off I'm not. BUT what I am saying is this long history of abuse needs to stop. We as a nation need to find a solution that works and not something to appease the abused abusers.
Who is spearheading this agenda? I tried to look it up and could not find a name.

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#3 Apr 19, 2016
Chad Severence is the name I have come up with but have not dug deep into it. He was arrested for sexual contact with minors. Plural.
captain prak
#4 Apr 21, 2016
captain prak wrote:
Chad Severence is the name I have come up with but have not dug deep into it. He was arrested for sexual contact with minors. Plural.
Days after taking this issue up target has announced that men can pee with little girls in every one of there stores nationwide. That means target in Marion. I call for all who will to boycott target and let them know we value our children and the principals of the bible.
Rev Ted Haggard
#5 Apr 21, 2016
captain prak wrote:
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Days after taking this issue up target has announced that men can pee with little girls in every one of there stores nationwide. That means target in Marion. I call for all who will to boycott target and let them know we value our children and the principals of the bible.
Chad Severance that started this is a minister from North Carolina. I say we boycott all churches until this travesty is corrected! Religious people are always molesting children, taking a "wide stance" in the restroom or hiring gay prostitutes from rentboy dot com. Trust me I know what I'm talking about.
R KeLLy

New York, NY

#6 Apr 21, 2016
captain prak wrote:
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Days after taking this issue up target has announced that men can pee with little girls in every one of there stores nationwide. That means target in Marion. I call for all who will to boycott target and let them know we value our children and the principals of the bible.
Where in the Bible does it say I can't pee on young girls?
hmm

Carterville, IL

#7 Apr 22, 2016
Actually, if you consider such sexual behavior rape, the bible says you must pay the father silver and marry the girl forever.
Suzy

United States

#8 Apr 23, 2016
captain prak wrote:
Yesterday I was in a discussion on an issue that is prevalent in America today.One that should never be an issue but for some reason is on the forefront of the gay agenda. The issue of homosexuals using the same bathroom as our children. What many do not know is the man that is spear heading this agenda is a convicted sex offender, and is fighting for the right to be able to go to the bathroom with little girls in the park. America has to stop this. A large majority of sexual assaults are by homosexuals who were sexually assaulted by homosexuals who were sexually assaulted by homosexuals. A vicious cycle that God stamped out in Soddom and Gamorrah and we as a nation need to stamp out today. Before the critics start crying and attempting to say I am advocating killing homosexuals off I'm not. BUT what I am saying is this long history of abuse needs to stop. We as a nation need to find a solution that works and not something to appease the abused abusers.
Exactly. God did not create gays. They created themselves.anyone who doesn't like what I've posted. I don't care.
Suzy

United States

#9 Apr 23, 2016
hmm wrote:
Actually, if you consider such sexual behavior rape, the bible says you must pay the father silver and marry the girl forever.
Amen
hmm

Carterville, IL

#10 Apr 23, 2016
wow. you support the further victimization of a rape victim? By forcing them to marry the person who raped them? wow.
Toosmarttobeafra id

Johnston City, IL

#12 Apr 29, 2016
Suzy wrote:
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Exactly. God did not create gays. They created themselves.anyone who doesn't like what I've posted. I don't care.
You are close-minded morons. There is no all knowing man up in the sky who let's the so called "good people" into "heaven" and so called "bad people" to some hell. It's all fairy tales and fiction to scare people into doing what "christians" want them to do. This whole agenda is fear mongering at its worst and that is what's really destroying our country. Not gay people, not transgendered people.. it's the so called religious people who want to scare everyone into believing their made up, hate instilling bullshit.
logic

Carterville, IL

#13 Apr 30, 2016
Prak will be removing your post for sure...just as soon as he's out of jail? Or wherever he went? I agree completely that religious nutters are what ruins this country, by the way.
captain prak

Carterville, IL

#14 Apr 30, 2016
Suzy wrote:
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Exactly. God did not create gays. They created themselves.anyone who doesn't like what I've posted. I don't care.
I believe in part with what you have said but also believe that the majority of homosexuals were forced to be homosexual. Let me explain. A large majority of homosexuals were sexually abused as a child. This sexual abuse tweaked there mind into accepting the behavior.
captain prak

Carterville, IL

#15 Apr 30, 2016
hmm wrote:
wow. you support the further victimization of a rape victim? By forcing them to marry the person who raped them? wow.
Actually if you look at the customs back then and in a lot of the middle east today, a woman is property. After she is raped no other man would want her and she is either left to herself with no family that cares or be killed. The bible in the passage mentioned is not as it seems. This passage is putting the shame on the man. Forcing him to take care of the woman for the rest of her life and not ever being able to divorce her.
captain prak

Carterville, IL

#16 Apr 30, 2016
Rev Ted Haggard wrote:
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Chad Severance that started this is a minister from North Carolina. I say we boycott all churches until this travesty is corrected! Religious people are always molesting children, taking a "wide stance" in the restroom or hiring gay prostitutes from rentboy dot com. Trust me I know what I'm talking about.
To say religious people are always molesting is way off base. Yes there are many in the church that have sins that involve sexual sins. including pornography, homosexuality, lust, lasciviousness, fornication, adultery and so on. But if you look at the world as we know it the majority of the sinners are not in church. Which means the majority of the people that commit these atrocious crimes are not in church. Not to the statement that Chad Severance is a minister. No minister of Christ would EVER advocate such nonsense. To say boycott churches until this is corrected shows you yourself believe in the right to be able to go to one. How about boycotting bars as well where sexual deviants liquor themselves up to gain the courage to rape and molest there children when they get home or a rape women at the bars. There are many things that can be said but the most is this.......... Without addressing the problem (which is homosexuality) there is no solution to homosexuality
hah

Carterville, IL

#17 May 1, 2016
I thought the bible was supposed to be timeless wisdom? So, if a modern day man rapes a virgin, it still applies, you know? Because it hasn't been removed from the bible, which is supposed to be infallible. So, if a modern day man rapes a virgin, shouldn't he pay the father silver and marry her forever? That IS what the bible still says, isn't it? Talk about further victimization...point out where it retracts this in the bible please?

So, speaking of customs back then that are barbaric being in the bible, you realize that a lot of the other things you all are against could be considered with the same note, yes? A lot of the rules in the bible were based on customs in the middle east thousands of years ago when people were just superstitious idiots, you know? So which parts do you think we should keep and which should we get rid of, and how do you decide?
hah

Carterville, IL

#18 May 1, 2016
You know, for a group of people who try hard to claim God gave us all free will, you all sure do spend a lot of time trying to legislate it away, you know?

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#20 May 1, 2016
hah wrote:
I thought the bible was supposed to be timeless wisdom? So, if a modern day man rapes a virgin, it still applies, you know? Because it hasn't been removed from the bible, which is supposed to be infallible. So, if a modern day man rapes a virgin, shouldn't he pay the father silver and marry her forever? That IS what the bible still says, isn't it? Talk about further victimization...point out where it retracts this in the bible please?

So, speaking of customs back then that are barbaric being in the bible, you realize that a lot of the other things you all are against could be considered with the same note, yes? A lot of the rules in the bible were based on customs in the middle east thousands of years ago when people were just superstitious idiots, you know? So which parts do you think we should keep and which should we get rid of, and how do you decide?
Lets look at this through a different set of eyes. How do you not think this is timeless wisdom? The middle east still practices this today. AND in the middle east if this practice was not being used the woman who was raped would be put to do death. So I ask you this, which is better? to force the sick man who did this to support her for the rest of her life or for her family to kill her out of honor? In order to understand fully what the bible says about things you must know the customs of then and now.
hah

Carterville, IL

#21 May 2, 2016
Just because the middle east still practices this, does NOT make it timeless wisdom. It makes the middle easterners still practicing this wrong, not the bible right. And as I asked in another comment...Why are Christians so busy trying to legislate our God given free will away? If it is my choice whether or not to be an atheist, who are you as a Christian to attempt to remove my free will in the matter, or make legislation against atheism, or any other religion, or any sexual preference, etc...? Isn't that going against God's gift of free will? I mean, you can quote me verses all day long about how it's supposed to be a sin, etc...I will grant that whatever choice you want to pick on is wrong for the sake of debate. As a Christian, shouldn't you be honoring God's choice to give us all free will and make our own mistakes, in so far as they don't harm another person? Why pass legislation that makes it illegal for atheists to hold office, or homosexuals to get married?
Seems like busy body work to me...

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#22 May 2, 2016
actually it does make it timeless wisdom. It is not a thing of Christians legislating your free will away it is about Christians wanting a better world. One free of the crud that is allowed in today's world. You don't think a man going into the bathroom with a little girl is taking her right of privacy away? Or the right to be safe? How about my religious rights? Do I not have them just because you feel different?

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