Thursday, December 17, 2009

What Do Americans Believe?

 birth of jesus
With all the hype the left do about taking God out of everything including Christ Mass you would think that there is a lot of anti God people that live in this country. Well here is what Americans believe. 92% of Americans believe in God. 83% believe schools should celebrate religious holidays. 66% say they will celebrate Christmas as the birth of Jesus Christ. While only 6%  of Americans do not celebrate Christmas at all. Why is it that only a fringe 6% dictate what we the other 92% that have at our schools, federal buildings,malls and what not? It is because we the people haven't been speaking up on behalf of our beliefs and letting the beliefs of the fringe 6% dictate our culture  because of their protests and threats. I think it is fine and dandy if you don't believe in God as that is not the point. The point is why do we the people have to live the way the left want instead of the way the people believe. And shame on all the officials for caving into the minority because they don't want to hear their outcryes. We God fearing people need to reconnect our govt with people. And this administration is the most disconnected admin. we have ever had. Remind people that Jesus is the reason for the season.


  1. More bullshit from the religious right. I believe in god, but I don't want religion in my government. America was founded as a place where all religions could be practiced, not as a Christian nation.

    Our founders fled religious persecution.

    A good example of religion run amok is in Uganda, where supported by American religious figures, including Rick Warren, Senator Inhofe, Chuck Grassley, Bart Stupak and other members of the Christian group, The Family, Uganda came up with the brilliant idea of an anti-homosexuality bill that recommended death and life imprisonment for gays and prison terms for people that knew of people that are gay but didn't report them. I suppose those are Christian values.

    It wasn't until Rachel Maddow started calling out the Senators and Rick Warren that they stated denouncing the Ugandan Kill the Gays legislation.

    These are supposedly Christian leaders. Don't go shoving your Christianity down everybody's throats, Chris. I think we should respect all religions in America, including Islam and not attack people because they believe differently than you do about god or don't believe in god at all. That our right in America.

    The religious right has been plenty vocal and I don't see that they ever lost their voice, so your contention that they are getting it back is a misnomer. Just because you don't have you dry drunk, Christian President in office any more doesn't mean President Obama is disconnected from the people.

    Keep god where he belongs, in church and keep him out of my government.

  2. Wow Bruce, when you said "more bullshit from the religious right" I didn't realize at first that you were just announcing what you were going to write.

    Your comment is SO full of bullshit I don't even know where to start. Well let's take it from the top, shall we?

    First of all, if you truly believe in God then you will capitalize his name. When you do not, you are not hurting believers Bruce, you are disrespecting the God that you supposedly believe in. So therefore I have to conclude that you are totally full of SHIT, right from the get-go.

    Secondly, you are saying that our Senators are "religious figures"?!?! WTF are you TALKING about idiot?

    Third, you say Uganda came up with their ideas from these people?!?! WTF are you TALKING about idiot? And then you say that it took Rachel Maddow to bring this to the attention of the world, and that would be INCLUDING Barry Hussein?!?

    And then again you contend that these are religious leaders?!? Wow, these are some of the DUMBEST things you have ever said, seriously!

    Yeah, I guess we got rid of the fully recovered alcoholic Christian President for the "rehabbed" cocaine-snorting, chain-smoking, hate-and-war-mongering baby-aborting Christian (supposedly) President. What a step up.

    In case you didn't notice it Bruce, even our legal tender says "In God We Trust". Separation of Church and state was in a letter written by Jefferson to a priest to reassure him that the government would in NO WAY interfere with the church. Not the other way around idiot BRUCETARD.

  3. Bruce you and your ilk want America to above god instead of "one nation under God". You want Americans to be under your liberal beliefs. I never said Christians I said believe in God. That includes all religions. And Bruce you do not believe in God. You believe in "god" so stop playing like you believe in God. Why must the 92% yeld to the beliefs of the 6% that don't want God or god or whatever near them. Why do you on the left want to take away religious freedom along with all our other God given rights? We 92% have more right to putting God back in then you 6% have to take it out. First it is in our history and we are a democratic society,right? Politicaly correct is only for the left. Get used to it Bruce because we are taking back our country and we are bringing it back to what our founding fathers built. If we have to listen to your non religious BS then you have to listen to our. Merry CHRISTmass and Happy Holydays. And I spelled it the way it was ment to be spelled. We have religious freedom and the left are trying to take that and God out of our country. But most Americans would rather see those that want to take God and throw Him out of our country and kick them out instead. This is not a godless nation so stop trying to make it one you fringe liberal 6%. If the left had their way we would be killing babies and making it illegal to read the Bible and talk about God. Oh wait they are already pushing their religion on us. It's time we Christians,Jews,Muslims,Buddhist,Shinto,Hindu etc.. stand up for our beliefs. It's better that that 6% live under our ways then we the 92% live under theirs. Remember we surround them not the other way around. And fighting to keep God a part of our nation is our God given right no matter what the left tryes to say.

  4. Bruce you are the only one attacking a religion and it happens to be mine. And your religious leaders call for the killing of babies. You and your religion has killed over 40 million babies. So don't act like you libs are some of the sickest people alive when it comes to what you do to others. And if some religion or their leaders call for the killing of anyone then they are wrong and should be dealt with like the murders they are. Did you the muslims kill their women instead of devorcing them? Did you know that those same Muslims kill gays as a practice to their religion? And did you know that Africans are killing each other for the size of their nose and they are rapping babies when they get AIDS? This is a sinful world and ALL sin. But Bruce doesn't think he suins because his god is below him and that is why the small letter "g".

  5. Completely Reckless, Completely Irresponsible
    from the Office of Senator Mitch McConnell
    Thursday, December 17, 2009

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell made the following remarks on the Senate floor Thursday regarding the importance of getting it right on health care reform:

    “Senators on both sides acknowledge that the health care bill we’re considering is among the most significant pieces of legislation any of us will ever consider.

    So it stands to reason that we’d devote significant time and attention to it.

    Indeed, some would argue that we should spend more time and attention on this bill than most — if not every — previous bill we’ve considered.

    The Majority disagrees. Why? Because this bill has become a political nightmare for them. They know Americans overwhelmingly oppose it, so they want to get it over with.

    Americans are already outraged at the fact that Democrat leaders took their eyes off the ball. Rushing the process on a partisan line makes the situation even worse.

    Americans were told the purpose of reform was to reduce the cost of health care. Instead, Democrat leaders produced a $2.5 trillion, 2,074-page monstrosity that vastly expands government, raises taxes, raises premiums, and wrecks Medicare.

    And they want to rush this bill through by Christmas — one of the most significant, far-reaching pieces of legislation in U.S. history. They want to rush it. And here’s the most outrageous part: at the end of this rush, they want us to vote on a bill that no one outside the Majority Leader’s conference room has even seen.

    That’s right. The final bill we’ll vote on isn’t even the one we’ve had on the floor. It’s the deal Democrat leaders have been trying to work out in private. That’s what they intend to bring to the floor and force a vote on or before Christmas. So this entire process is essentially a charade.

    But let’s just compare the process so far with previous legislation for some perspective. Here’s a snapshot of what we’ve done and where we stand:

    • The Majority Leader intends to bring this debate to a close as early as this weekend — four days from now, on this $2.5 trillion dollar mistake
    • No American who hasn’t been invited into the Majority Leader’s conference room knows what will be in that bill
    • This bill has been the pending business of the Senate since the last week of November — less than four weeks ago.
    • We started the amendment process two weeks ago.
    • We’ve had 21 amendments and motions — less than two a day.

  6. Part 2/2:

    Now let’s look at how the Senate has dealt with previous legislation.

    No Child Left Behind (2001):
    • 21 session days or 7 weeks.
    • Roll Call votes: 44
    • Number of Amendments offered: 157

    9/11 Commission/Homeland Security Act (2002):
    • 19 session days over 7 weeks.
    • Roll Call votes: 20
    • Number of Amendments offered: 30

    Energy Bill (2002):
    • 21 session days over 8 weeks
    • Number of Roll Call votes: 36
    • Number of Amendments offered: 158

    This isn’t an energy bill. This is an attempt by a majority to take over one sixth of the U.S. economy — to vastly expand the reach and the role of government into the health care decisions of every single American — and they want to be done after one substantive amendment. This is absolutely inexcusable.

    I think Senator Snowe put it best on Tuesday:

    ‘Given the enormity and complexity,’ she said, ‘I don’t see anything magical about the Christmas deadline if this bill is going to become law in 2014.’

    And I think Senator Snowe’s comments on a lack of bipartisanship at the outset of this debate are also right on point. Here’s what she said in late November:

    ‘I am truly disappointed we are commencing our historic debate on one of the most significant and pressing domestic issues of our time with a process that has forestalled our ability to arrive at broader agreement on some of the most crucial elements of health care reform. The bottom line is, the most consequential health care legislation in the history of our country and the reordering of $33 trillion in health care spending over the coming decade shouldn’t be determined by one vote-margin strategies – surely we can and must do better.’

    The only conceivable justification for rushing this bill is the overwhelming opposition of the American people. Democrats know that the longer Americans see this bill the less they like it. Here’s the latest from Pew. It came out just yesterday.

    “A majority (58 percent) of those who have heard a lot about the bills oppose them while only 32 percent favor them.”

    There is no justification for this blind rush — except a political one, and that’s not good enough for the American people. And there’s no justification for forcing the Senate to vote on a bill none of us has seen.

    Americans already oppose this bill. The process is just as bad. It’s completely reckless, completely irresponsible.”

  7. 87.3% of Americans think Obama and Congress are all liars. Only 51% of Americans believe in global warming. And now Obama is sceaming that we will go bankrupt if the Senate doesn't pass this bill. He's like a used car salesman with his methodes. I don't believe one thing out of that lieing jerk Blobama's mouth. No one wants what the Democrats are selling. And we do need God back in our country and schools. John and Chris make a lot of sense.

  8. From the mouth of Bruce Failk's hero Olbermann:

    MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann told viewers Wednesday night that the Senate version has become “unsupportable … a hollow shell of a bill”: “This is not health, this is not care, this is certainly not reform.”

    Come on Bruce, say it with me: KILL THE BILL. KILL THE BILL. KILL THE BILL.

    Hey pinata-head Failk; why don't you round up piss-stain, helmet-head, pot-head Donald Bortz, ultra-radical leftist and "regressive" vomamike, and the rest of the extra-chromosome crew and start picketing this abortion OF a bill, instead of picketing to get abortion IN the bill?

  9. Oh, and here are some more choice quotes:

    Asked if she would enthusiastically support Obama for reelection, Huffington replied: “This is not really the question. … Depends on the alternative. … The American middle class was let down. … Can you really say this White House is on the side of the American people?”

    (BWAAAAAAHAHAHAHA .... I love reading that: "CAN YOU REALLY SAY THIS WHITE HOUSE IS ON THE SIDE OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE?" BWAAAAAAHAHAHAHA .... yes, Arianna, we can honestly say that this administration, and Hypocrats in general are NOT on the side of the American people. We've been saying it for years now)

    Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) accused the Democrats Thursday of abandoning the goal of true reform to the political imperative of simply passing any bill they can label health reform.

    “It's now an effort by a political party to protect itself. They're in a political panic, quite frankly,” Graham told reporters. “Nobody really cares what it is anymore as long as they can get it passed, signed, and claim a political victory. That is going to do a lot of damage to long-term health care reform efforts. And I would urge them not to do this. They're walking off a cliff.”

    Peggy Noonan, the columnist and former Reagan speechwriter, told Axelrod on “Morning Joe”: “On the issue of health care, you are losing the left, you are losing the right, you are losing the center. That looks to me like a political disaster.”

  10. If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us." -1 John 1:8-10
    The message of Christ was and is that all people are sinners and that we do not have the ability to live in total perfection ourselves. You see if we were perfect we would not have need of the Savior. Jesus saves us by paying the price for our sin and freeing us from being condemned to separation from him for eternity. My point is that liberals think wrong about our position. When we speak out against immorality we are not saying that we are perfect. We are saying that immorality is immorality and all people including Christians are guilty of failing to be perfect. It is the position that liberals take that immorality is somehow not immoral that is the problem. Christians understand and acknowledge their own need for the Savior and so it is not us who are self righteous. We are the ones who have humbled ourselves and realized that we are not personally righteous. It is the very act of receiving Jesus as our personal Savior that speaks of our willingness to admit our own sinful nature as humans. If you do not think that you need the Savior what you are saying is that you are righteous in yourself and therefore you are self righteous. The following are the ten reasons why liberals hate Christians:
    1) Liberals are relativists and hate Christians because Christians believe in absolute truth.
    2) Liberals do not want anyone to say that immorality is immoral.
    3) Liberals are selfish and are more interested in their "feelings" then they are with what is right for others.
    4) Liberals misunderstand what Christians really believe.
    5) Since liberals see themselves as the superior enlighten ones they do not recognize that taking a position against their position is not automatically hate.
    6) Liberals do not want to listen to what makes sense, they would rather listen to their senses.
    7) Liberals ignore the clear evidence of the result of their philosophical positions influence on the last 40 years. It had been a social disaster and they do not want to hear it.
    8) They see Christians as intellectually inferior.
    9) Liberals see Christians as wanting to impose their religion on them when in truth it is the liberals who have used the courts system to impose their secular humanism religion on all of us.
    10) Liberals are spiritually lost and blind to the truth of the gospel. Consider the following bible verses:
    "But the natural man receives not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned." - 1 Corinthians 2:14

    Who is a liar but he that denies that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denies the Father and the Son. Whosoever denies the Son, the same has not the Father: but he that confesses the Son has the Father also. -1 John 2:22-23

  11. Bruce Have a Merry Christmas and Remember one REASON OUR Fore Fathers put their LIVES on the Line Challenging England was over High Taxation and Religous Freedoms!
    Bruce Dont you think its ODD that what OUR Founders PUT into the Constitution to Protect Citizens from Government the LIBS are ATTEMPTING to take out! Why would that be Bruce?

  12. Olbermann: I’ll go to jail before I comply with health-insurance mandate

    Hey, I actually agree with Keith Olbermann in this clip — although not for the same reasons. I think a federal mandate to buy health insurance from a government-selected list of choices is “heinous,” too, but that doesn’t rely on whether the same government offers its own health-care plan in the exchange. It’s heinous when the federal government dictates to its citizens far outside the constrained powers granted it in the Constitution, and it’s also illegal (via The College Politico):

    I want to address this point:

    “We must not buy federally-mandated insurance, if this cheesy counterfeit of reform is all we can buy. No single payer, no sale. No public option, no sale. No Medicare buy-in, no sale. I am one of the self-insured, albeit by choice, and I hereby pledge that I will not buy this perversion of health-care reform.”

    What Olbermann says here is that while he’s self-insured by choice now, he doesn’t think that’s a choice other Americans should be able to make if the federal government offers a public plan along with the mandate. Does that make any sense at all? Would Olbermann dump his self-insurance, presumably taking advantage of HSAs and market-based competition for his health-care dollars, in favor of a Medicare buy-in or a public option? After all, Olbermann seems blessed with good health, and withholding himself from the risk pools could be arguably skewing costs upwards (infinitesimally) for other Americans. And if that seems like a silly argument, well, that’s the argument for insisting on a mandate in the first place.

    Olbermann would be better off insisting that other Americans get the same choice he already has, rather than demanding a single-payer system or its precursors (public option and Medicare buy-ins) that would strip us all of those choices. Americans should join Olbermann on his call for civil disobedience on federal health-care mandates, but ironically in order to allow Olbermann to continue choosing to eliminate third-party payers from forcing themselves between Olbermann and his medical care.

  13. Chris - A Conservative Teacher did a great piece about the religion of they Hypocrats. It's quite a lengthy piece so I won't post it here, but take a look:

  14. Another religion of they lieberals brought to a cataclysmic end! BWAAAAAHAHAHAHA ... what a bunch of idiots:

    Green Nightmare: Burning Biomass is Not Renewable Energy

    Make sure you stay til the end when he calls out what an idiot Al Gore is, and how geothermal, wind and solar sucks just as much as burning "biomass". These idiot Hypocrats have wasted a lot of people's time and money chasing after their religion of AGW.

  15. Great reads there John. Liberal is a belief just like all the religions. It is a religion.

  16. Lol.... once again the rabid religious right speaks....

    Chris, Some of our original imigrants, the puritans didn't celebrate Xmas for 50 some years because they found no biblical suggestiong for it.

    The question i want to ask the big government religious right is why do i have to have your religious views forced on me? Why do you constantly want government to force itself into my life, my childrens school, my justice system and why do you want to force us to pay for it out of our tax money?

    yes, i am the pot (the kind big government wants to keep me from enjoying.)so you can be the kettle.


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