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Re: Palin

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036697/#29902203

Chris Matthews had an interesting discussion about this, particularly beginning at 4:55.

MATTHEWS: Here's another Republican story.. Michael Steele, again with the God question..

MATTHEWS: Why does everything sound like the 700 club with this party now? I mean everything seems to be a religious discussion.

Why does everything sound like the 700 club with this party now? I mean everything seems to be a religious discussion.

Hang on, wait a minute - you're saying that if you selectively parse a bunch of peoples' words for days to pull out a few that relate to one subject, it might seem as if that subject is all they talk about?

Do go on.

Heck, with that approach, from coming to this site I'd think all you people do is childishly ridicule and vent antagonism towards anybody with a religious belief. Must be that 'tolerance' we hear so much about.

The more pertinent question remains: why is MSNBC so infatuated with Palin? It's not like there's nothing to report about in this current fiasco of an administration.

Here's a hint: if you watch Media Malpractice, you'll know the answer. And you'll be worried.

But hang on, OMFG Palin totally just ate her salad with the wrong fork! I'm so glad I voted for the terrorist-sympathizing inexperienced socialist who's spending us into unrecoverable debt, ruining our international relations, and ramping up a war with no strategy!

I'd like to read more about the new coal to liquid discovery. Does anyone have a link to the 'science' article?

The Wired article made this seem like a horrible thing, but even if you think CO2 is causing global warming, it seems this could be a great discovery.

The Fischer-Tropsch process isn't all that finicky about what hydrocarbon is being processed. Sure, coal would work, but so would bio-mass crops like switch grass, poplar, agricultural waste or even household trash etc...

If this new process is as flexible as the Fischer-Tropsch process, this could be a great leap forward in carbon neutral bio-fuel technology.

Re: Tornado

I remember visiting the Tsunami devastated areas in Indonesia and witnessing the spectacle of churches and mosques left intact while everything else was destroyed.

People said it was a miracle.

I SAID NO, they just had money to buy better materials, DUH!

I'm so glad I voted for the terrorist-sympathizing inexperienced socialist

LOL! Now I get it. Average Joe is a comedian. Seriously. He's just here to mess with people. :)

I would so rather have voted for an experienced terrorist-sympathizing socialist.

I love how they use the term socialist as if that is something bad, it's used in the same way they use atheist.

If the jjj's of the world become boring to you here just say the word and we'll ground them. They add little to the conversation, but I will admit they can be a source of comic relief.

Can't we just loop jjj et. al. to the Morford article whenever his/her/their posts clear?

Me too. I would rather that our Terroist-in-Chief was an experienced terrorist.

If the jjj's of the world become boring to you here just say the word and we'll ground them. They add little to the conversation, but I will admit they can be a source of comic relief

JJJ, aka Average Joe, aka TieThatBlinds etc etc etc is certainly a source of comic relief and I now believe that is reason that this Bot posts here. This boring Bot adds nothing to the conversation otherwise.

Average Joe's, aka, JJJ, aka TieThatBlines etc etc etc... his comments really exhibit a core of self-righteous smugness, of passive-aggressive, deep-rooted anger that attract the underdeveloped mind; particularly minds that lack empathy.

Speaking of comic relief, the gem from Congresswoman Bachmann was hilarious.

That woman is frightening.

Tornado winds splintered Corinth Baptist Church in Magee this morning but left untouched the pristine white baptismal pool, [. . .]

Presumably because it was made of some hefty material, such as marble.

[. . .] a Bible [. . .]

I take it the others were destroyed?

[. . .] and at least one grave headstone.

See previous two comments.

Inwit, if you don't see gravity and random acts as proof of God and his divine plan, then you are just never going to see the true path.

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