December 18, 2017

Leftist’s Judgement Day

A reporter decides to attack another for saying VP Mike Pence is a sexist pig because he refuses to dine alone with any woman who is not his wife. Why, is for you to decide. I don’t care, nor should you.

However, aside from the idiocy that all media indulges themselves in, if a reporter is going to offer any credibility for themselves in what they write, beginning a news story with an exaggeration simply sets the stage for readers with a brain to only conclude, the rest of the story is an exaggeration. (Logic tells us there are few readers with a brain.)

The article begins this way: “Vice President Mike Pence is a man of deeply held Christian convictions.”

We are instructed by the Scriptures to not stand in judgement over any man, however, I assure you, in all confidence, that great men like Noah and Moses, Paul, John, etc. were men of “deeply held Christian convictions,” that is those convictions set forth by Yehwah, the Almighty. It is therefore safe to say that calling Mike Pence, who is some kind of self-proclaimed reformed/deformed Catholic, a “man of deeply held Christian conviction” is a stretch and an exaggeration.

Stick to the truth of the story please. If you need to embellish the story with false claims, it isn’t worth the ink it’s written with.

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Muslim Connection to Founding Fathers

How intelligently connected is this man Obama? You’ll have to decide that for yourselves…that is after you do (my favorite expression) a forensic investigation into the history of Islam and Catholicism. But, I know you won’t. Instead I’ll just make some statements that will anger you because you don’t know.

The question to ask here is did Muslims build the fabric of our nation. Or, did they contribute in any real way? Perhaps, indirectly they did both. You see, the false “religion” of Islam, said to have been created by Mohamed, is actually a mirror image of pagan, sun-worshiping Catholicism. The reasons and results are historically deep requiring lots of study.

Directly and indirectly, the Vatican played a role, probably a very deep role, in the construction of the Corporation of the United States of America. Because the Vatican (no it’s not your neighborhood Catholic church) controls Islam, and lays claim to everything on earth, then Obama’s statement holds some truth. Does he know that? I have my doubts. Obama is most useful as an idiot puppet, willing to sell his soul for the egoist he is, and will carry out the bidding for the Ruling Establishment, which can be traced directly back to the Vatican. Islam is but a tool of the Vatican.

To better understand the image below, also understand that the world has been brainwashed to believe that “Christianity” is Catholicism. Nothing could be more wrong but that doesn’t change the fact of what people accept as truth. Because work is frantically underway to meld all “religions” into one, none of this will really matter anymore. We are told and we believe, the protest is over.

The next question is, which of the two corrupt, lying, cheating, stealing, murdering puppets will be sitting in the White House come next January? I don’t know and you don’t know, but I assure you those that control everything have already picked their winner.

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Governor John Kasich (R-OH) Should Stop Insisting Christians Must Support ObamaCare’s Medicaid Expansion

New Parody Exposes Kasich’s Absurdity

Christian Charity Is Voluntary; Medicaid Expansion Is Government Force

Is Kasich Aware “How Lousy Medicaid Is”?

Washington, DC – “If John Kasich actually thinks people will suffer eternal damnation for not supporting ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion, then he’s not fit to be dog catcher, let alone Governor of Ohio,” says Dr. David Hogberg, senior fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research.

Prompted by Governor Kasich’s recent remarks that Medicaid expansion is in keeping with the Gospel according to Matthew, Chapter 25, Dr. Hogberg has written, “Parody: Why All Good Christians Must Support ObamaCare’s Medicaid Expansion.”

“Normally I would write a straight-up research article,” Dr. Hogberg says. “But Kasich’s thinking, such as it is, was so silly that a parody was the better way to go.”

Dr. Hogberg notes that Matthew, Chapter 25, urges Christians to help the poor, hungry and sick. “It doesn’t say, use government to force people to help the poor, hungry and sick.”

Christian charity is voluntary. By contrast, the government forces people, via taxation, to support Medicaid expansion. That Governor Kasich doesn’t seem to know the difference doesn’t speak well of either his supposed conservatism or his understanding of Christianity.

In 2013, Kasich told a state legislator who opposed Medicaid expansion, “Now, when you die and get to the… meeting with St. Peter, he’s probably not gonna ask you much about what you did about keeping government small, but he’s going to ask you what you did for the poor. Better have a good answer.”

“King Solomon, in all of his wisdom, could not have been more eloquent,” laughs Dr. Hogberg. “In all seriousness, I won’t be so presumptuous as Kasich to tell people what will get them into Heaven, but I think it’s debatable as to whether forcing people to support Medicaid will score many points with St. Peter.”

“I’d also like to ask Kasich if he is aware of how lousy a program Medicaid is,” Dr. Hogberg continued. “The evidence shows that it has no noticeable effect on patient health. Furthermore, Medicaid patients have a lot of trouble getting access to a physician and often have worse health outcomes than people with private insurance. There are many ways to describe condemning poor people to such a program, but I don’t think ‘Christian’ is one of them.”

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Pope Praised for Efforts to Bring Christians and Muslims Together

“During the meeting, views were exchanged on regional and international developments, especially the situation in Palestine. Both leaders expressed hope that the holy city of Jerusalem would be a haven in which Muslims, Jews and Christians may live and worship in peace and harmony.”<<<Read More>>>

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