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"Liberty University Mitt Romney – Jerry Falwell Jr. Betrays Jesus Christ and Christians"...

Liberty University Mitt Romney – Jerry Falwell Jr. Betrays Jesus Christ and Christians
Jerry Falwell Jr. is called to step down for betraying Jesus Christ and Christians. Jerry Falwell Jr. invited Mitt Romney to the Liberty…

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...and it is the same kind of collectivist thinking you will get from the authoritarians and lovers of state power. The idea that one of "us" has to be in charge, and we can only vote for one of our own. This stuff isn't helpful to the liberty movement, and only seeks to divide us into groups based on where we come from. Me personally, I'll vote for a Baptist, or an atheist, or a Scientologist, or a Presbyterian, or a Catholic, or a Jew, or a Muslim, or a Buddhist, or an Amish, or even (gasp!) a Mormon if they defend the principles of liberty.

"It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds."-Samuel Adams

Good Post!

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He who has ears to hear, let him hear....

Not all are meant to hear the truth. God's word states that He will put a slumber/stupor on the majority and they will be deceived. They will be unable to hear the truth because they desire to follow the lies of the world. We can't waste our precious time banging our heads against a brick wall.

Plant a seed and if that person wants to hear more, great, continue the dialogue. If not, kick off the dust and move on to more fertile ground. Time is awastin'.

If you plant the seed, God promises to supply the increase,(if that seed is meant to grow). Learn to trust the Holy Spirit's lead and discernment. Our heavenly Father will put you, or others in the seeker's path to accomplish the work of his kingdom; so that HIS will might be done on earth as it is in heaven.
Don't grow weary my fellow spiritual warriors as we will have a victory in the end. All Biblical Prophesy has, or will be, fulfilled in this generation.


A tv preacher in the world i'll even bother to listen to antmore.

Some see things as they are and say why,but i dream things that never were and say why not. Robert F. Kennedy

this is very . . .


I don't have any respect for either Falwell or Romney; I wouldn't think of either of them as exemplary Christians, but the idea that Romney would have been any worse than: Santorum or Huckabee or Palin or any other person who has sold his/her soul for the neo-conservatives and the bankster/controllers--

is ludicrous. Christianity is as Christianity does.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Good post!

Good post!

thank you--


it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

I'm a Christian. Ron Paul is

I'm a Christian.
Ron Paul is a Christin.

There are all kinds. Some more awake than others.

But I'd rather deal with a real Christian who's in process of waking up.
They can't turn back.

what makes you think I'm defending Romney?

Oh well, I guess I won't get an "A" on my essay writing today!


I am protesting the fact that Romney is seen as a 'bad man' (I agree he is a bad man, by the way), because of his 'label'.

His label doesn't matter. He is a bad man. There are many Mormons who are true Christians, and there are many Christians who are not Mormons who aren't Christians--

so the labels, the collectivism, is really rather counterproductive.

Many Mormons realize that Romney isn't a Christian and is a bad man--

But too many Christians are following the words, and not the actions, of other Christian (so-called) candidates--

the only 'real' Christian in the campaign (both/all parties) is Dr. Paul--

and it's not because of his label, though he doesn't deny his Christianity; it is because of his heart/soul.

These collectivistic umbrellas bring me out to remind everyone that . . . it is the individual (and whether or not he/she has integrity) that matters--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

The Falwell's were always

The Falwell's were always disgusting. Barry Goldwater put it best. He wanted to kick Falwell Sr. around the block.

I know neither of the men personally--


it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

nice image

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