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#431937 - 10/27/05 03:04 PM Re: 2000
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I thought this was gonna be about Y2K.

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#431938 - 10/27/05 05:16 PM Re: 2000
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I thought it was gonna be a funny Conan O'Brien skit.


And in a way, it's kinda like that.


Except not.
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#431939 - 10/27/05 05:40 PM Re: 2000
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Originally posted by X-height:
Let me ask you this are all divorces necessary?
Not ones that end in death, no.
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#431940 - 10/28/05 02:35 AM Re: 2000
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Death is the only divorce acceptable to God.

"Till death do you part."

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#431941 - 10/28/05 06:45 AM Re: 2000
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Porta:

Unless I'm sadly mistaken, your denomination--the Lutheran Missouri Synod--will remarry divorced persons...the same as virtually every Protestant denomination.

Are you saying they're wrong?
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#431942 - 10/28/05 07:30 AM Re: 2000
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Hell Porta. You are going to Hell.
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#431943 - 10/28/05 11:28 AM Re: 2000
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We should remind the world that our 2,000th fatality did not end our commitment to freedom and justice, but reminded us just how much we owe our dead so that their ultimate sacrifice was not in vain. We must make sure this sacrifice will lead to the defeat of the terrorists and the establishment of freedom in the greater Middle East.

Syriaís government is little more than Murder, Inc. Its assassination of Mr. Hariri slowed the entire Lebanese reform movement.

Itís been a fine and noble thing that George Bush began to confront Syria, but he should go even further to call on the nations of the world to consider the young Assad the new Milosevic who, like the Iranian president, is an international outlaw deserving of sanctions, embargos, and global ostracism.

Once we went into Iraq, in the long run there was no living with either Assad or a nuclear Iranian theocracy ó and both autocracies grasped that fact far better than we did, as evidenced by the constant stream of terrorists flooding in to kill Americans and undermine Iraqi democracy. The more we jawbone them, pressure them, and isolate them now, the less likely it is that we will have to use force later.

We are taking great risks at great costs to join with the Iraqis to give freedom and equality at last a chance in the Middle East.

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#431944 - 10/28/05 11:33 AM Re: 2000
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Originally posted by David Porta:
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We should remind the world that our 2,000th fatality did not end our commitment to freedom and justice, but reminded us just how much we owe our dead so that their ultimate sacrifice was not in vain. We must make sure this sacrifice will lead to the defeat of the terrorists and the establishment of freedom in the greater Middle East.

Syriaís government is little more than Murder, Inc. Its assassination of Mr. Hariri slowed the entire Lebanese reform movement.

Itís been a fine and noble thing that George Bush began to confront Syria, but he should go even further to call on the nations of the world to consider the young Assad the new Milosevic who, like the Iranian president, is an international outlaw deserving of sanctions, embargos, and global ostracism.

Once we went into Iraq, in the long run there was no living with either Assad or a nuclear Iranian theocracy ó and both autocracies grasped that fact far better than we did, as evidenced by the constant stream of terrorists flooding in to kill Americans and undermine Iraqi democracy. The more we jawbone them, pressure them, and isolate them now, the less likely it is that we will have to use force later.

We are taking great risks at great costs to join with the Iraqis to give freedom and equality at last a chance in the Middle East.

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Hell Porta, you are going to hell.
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#431945 - 10/28/05 01:38 PM Re: 2000
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And once again, Porta ignores a direct question.
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#431946 - 10/28/05 04:58 PM Re: 2000
David Porta Offline
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We should remind the world that our 2,000th fatality did not end our commitment to freedom and justice, but reminded us just how much we owe our dead so that their ultimate sacrifice was not in vain. We must make sure this sacrifice will lead to the defeat of the terrorists and the establishment of freedom in the greater Middle East.

Syriaís government is little more than Murder, Inc. Its assassination of Mr. Hariri slowed the entire Lebanese reform movement.

Itís been a fine and noble thing that George Bush began to confront Syria, but he should go even further to call on the nations of the world to consider the young Assad the new Milosevic who, like the Iranian president, is an international outlaw deserving of sanctions, embargos, and global ostracism.

Once we went into Iraq, in the long run there was no living with either Assad or a nuclear Iranian theocracy ó and both autocracies grasped that fact far better than we did, as evidenced by the constant stream of terrorists flooding in to kill Americans and undermine Iraqi democracy. The more we jawbone them, pressure them, and isolate them now, the less likely it is that we will have to use force later.

We are taking great risks at great costs to join with the Iraqis to give freedom and equality at last a chance in the Middle East.

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