Dont they bring such honor and dignity to the White House?

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Dont they bring such honor and dignity to the White House?
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Sun, 01-23-2011 - 2:43pm

We treated the dictator of China to a state dinner. We wined, dined and entertained him with our best. Then they have a chinese pianist who boldly plays a song, immediately recognized by the dictator from the homeland. What is the nature of the song played in our White House? Anti American. Calling us jackals. Offering us to be shot by the gun. the Chinese immediately knew it for the slap in the face that it was.

Shouldnt this kind of crud be checked out in advance?

http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/content/view/49822/

Thoughts?

Sonny

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Well...I think it'd be nice to have a cup of tea with you and chat. I don't think we'd change each other's minds on anything, but you might find out that I'm not the person that Glenn Beck has said I am...nor are millions of my fellow Americans, who do their best every day to take care of their families and pursue their dreams.

Deborah
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Do you think that Christians can/must only admire qualities in other Christians?

Sonny

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Hunh?
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You question how evangelical Christians ignore Beck's Mormon faith and admire and trust the things he says. My question is do you think it necessary of Christians that they only admire, or respect, or trust things that other Christians say, or do?

Sonny

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It seems weird that Obama is not to be trusted and his Christianity is called into question, yet evangelical Christians don't seem to have a problem trusting Beck and accepting him as a Christian, though they don't usually consider LDS as being Christian.
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I find it weird that evangelical Christians seem to embrace Beck and his religious talk, seeming to forget that Beck's beliefs are very far from their own. They don't trust Obama because he apparently doesn't believe as they do, but trust Glenn Beck though he doesn't believe as they do. I don't get it.
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I also don't understand how these so-called strict constitutionalists reconcile in their minds Article VI: "The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States."
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I think that it is not unusual for people of one faith to be able to recognize what they feel

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What I find weird is that Obama is judged on what some perceive to be his faith (that it's bad...for some odd reason though he is a Christian), yet don't seem to apply that same criteria to other people whose faith would also be considered bad by those same people.
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What is it here that you dont understand? Is thre some conflict that you feel is inherent if you are a constitutionalist with this article?

Sonny

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