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All you gotta do is give the verse or verses.
Sorry.....did I say scriptures or biblical principles?
prin·ci·ple
/ˈprinsəpəl/

noun
  • 1.a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning:"the basic principles of Christianity"synonyms:truth, proposition, concept, idea, theory, ... more
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Sorry.....did I say scriptures or biblical principles?
prin·ci·ple
/ˈprinsəpəl/

noun
  • 1.a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning:"the basic principles of Christianity"synonyms:truth, proposition, concept, idea, theory, ... more
  • 2.a fundamental source or basis of something:"the first principle of all things was water"
Biblical principles are founded on scripture....
Where does the Biblical principle of being able to revolt for the sake of having the same rights as someone else come from?
 

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So when you jump on the band wagon when folks start railing against milk drops or drew, what's going on then?



I'm not really sure what you mean. All I want to know is can't we discuss politics peacefully like the Christians we are instead of this constant bickering between one another? And we should also make a rule that if you don't have biblical evidence (scripture) to support that it's biblical then don't even say so in the first place.
 
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Biblical principles are founded on scripture....
Actually, some are not; they are founded upon something implied by scripture.....the Trinity for example.....but that is another discussion.
Where does the Biblical principle of being able to revolt for the sake of having the same rights as someone else come from?
You are trying to conflate a defensive war with rebellion.
As I pointed out, and you failed to respond to, the militia at Lexington were fired upon which began a defensive war not a rebellion.. Go back to the OT and find all the times Israel was attacked and defended itself.
 
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I'm not really sure what you mean. All I want to know is can't we discuss politics peacefully like the Christians we are instead of this constant bickering between one another? And we should also make a rule that if you don't have biblical evidence (scripture) to support that it's biblical then don't even say so in the first place.
A noble goal and a fine principle.
Not that I want to make you look around, but this all started with a simple question. If the question got answered then there wouldn't have been anything else said. Things will make more sense to you the longer you are around here.
 

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A noble goal and a fine principle.
Not that I want to make you look around, but this all started with a simple question. If the question got answered then there wouldn't have been anything else said. Things will make more sense to you the longer you are around here.



That's the thing. It's pretty embarssing but.. I don't even understand what the real question was lol
 
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You are trying to conflate a defensive war with rebellion.
No. If you had plainly said "defend ourselves" I wouldn't have even spoke. This can't be changed to something else.

As I pointed out, and you failed to respond to, the militia at Lexington were fired upon which began a defensive war not a rebellion.
What is there to respond to? I'm not here to argue a case for or against England or America. Nothing has anything to do with this.
 
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There's that word again. Maybe those on the left should get a copyright on it and charge $1 every time someone uses it. From what I hear the DNC could use the money.....they're gonna need it come midterms.
You forgot words like racist, bigot, homophobic and a few others. I think that's how the trolls get paid by using key words over and over and over, along with ignoring being constantly embarrassed and still posting those same key words...
 
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No. If you had plainly said "defend ourselves" I wouldn't have even spoke. This can't be changed to something else.


What is there to respond to? I'm not here to argue a case for or against England or America. Nothing has anything to do with this.
Had you bothered to answer the questions I posed to you I think you might have come to a different conclusion. However, I am not going to bother to go back thru several pages to show what I said.....at this point you can believe whatever you want......I really don't care.
 
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How does coming to the aid of our allies figure into this?
If my neighbor is being attacked or threatened am I not compelled to give aid if possible?
Some people could care less about anybody else, it's all about them. But to hear them tell it they have soooooooo much empathy, but it always seems to be aimed at a small section of the population (which in some way will benefit them too) not the country in general. Sound familiar???
 
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Barack Obama was forced onto the defensive at the weekend over unguarded comments he made about small-town voters across the midwest.
Obama was caught in an uncharacteristic moment of loose language. Referring to working-class voters in old industrial towns decimated by job losses, the presidential hopeful said: "They get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."
The comments were seized on by his rival for the Democratic party candidacy, Hillary Clinton, who saw in them the hope of reviving her flagging campaign by turning voters in the important Pennsylvania primary on April 22 against what she classed as Obama's revealed "elitism".
"I was taken aback by the demeaning remarks Senator Obama made about people in small-town America," she said on Saturday. "His remarks are elitist and out of touch." Clinton campaigners in North Carolina handed out stickers saying: "I'm not bitter."
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2008/apr/14/barackobama.uselections2008
Of course this really is a case of the pot calling the kettle black but the true feelings of Obama toward those not like him, especially in small town America, were starkly revealed. Even more revealing is once President he did nothing to help those small towns who lost so much industry to overseas......wonder if he savored the sweetness of revenge?
Didn't he also whine/project about how racist the police were???
 
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and obama and others did? - trump isn't glittery enough - doesn't have a smooth enough tongue - doesn't lie enough to make you like him?
It's all about faux outrage, claim something/someone is outrageous while totally ignoring the fact the people they voted for were/are 5 times worse. That's what makes trolls so hilarious...