Breaking Plaid 
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Re: “Should churches be prohibited from political speech?

You are an idiot. That is like saying white settlers are Native Americans. Europeans who colonized Africa can not be called African Americans. Sourcing black friends to drive away racism goes no where as well. I have ignorant red neck friends like you but that does not mean I do not make stereotypes about your big truck drivin, cousin fuckin, african american hatin ass.

Again your second paragraph holds no water.

Rusty- NO ITS NOT. Have you ever seen a mega church? You should subscribe to a easier to sell scam like scientology. Christianity is just too difficult.

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Posted by Breaking Plaid on October 18, 2012 at 3:07 AM

Re: “Should churches be prohibited from political speech?

Ok Fox News Teleprompter lets do this:

You say that there is nothing in the constitution that says there is no separation of Church and State in the Constitution which is true if you have no ability to read into symbolism and have an absolute lack of knowledge of our founding fathers. It says in the first amendment "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof ...." If you combine this with the Tripoli agreement in 1797 "As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion; as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion, or tranquillity" you get one big nearly secular state. Not totally secular mind you, every president that has ever been voted into office has been a practicing Christian. Gay marriage is illegal. Abortion is illegal in many states. To Thomas Jefferson's unhappiness there is no wall of separation of church and state in these United States. But I digress. The words "right to a fair trial," do not exist in the constitution either but it is still universally agreed principle. You are arguing semantics on this point and it is really just masturbatory. Just like calling the 14th amendment the reason for corporate personhood. Let me put it this way. The bible never directly says that "God hates gay people," or "Homosexuality is frowned upon in the eyes of God." but people still find ways to source the bible for their prejudice and that is a much farther leap from the lack of religion in government. People assume things and they become laws. Christianity as a whole had its chance to govern through their religion, do you know what we call it? The dark ages.

I am not going to respond to you second statement because you are a racist fuck and that is all I concluded from that barrage of hate speech, stereotypes and falsities. Who the fuck says "blacks" honestly.

Your last statement isn't necessarily wrong. Yes their are liberal companies and non profits just like there are republican non profits and companies (Including Christian Non profits, corporations and other entities.) I don't understand your point. Until I read your planned parenthood excerpt I was confused but then I remembered that you are just regurgitating information that you have heard from Rush. Please look up the functions of Planned parenthood. Not for me but for your ignorant ass. I feel like I just wasted a small bit of my life arguing with you and now I am depressed.

Also the first public school in the United States was founded in 1625.

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Posted by Breaking Plaid on October 17, 2012 at 4:33 PM

Re: “Should churches be prohibited from political speech?

^What this person said. If you, as a conglomeration of people, choose not to pay taxes, you may not be granted the right to function as a political body. You know that famous slogan "No taxation without representation," which was one of the initial roots of our country's independence? It works both ways.

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Posted by Breaking Plaid on October 17, 2012 at 12:55 PM

Re: “Robert Jenkins dresses like a superhero for a reason

Goobler Gobbler you are fucking insane. You have no grip on reality past the cloud of prejudice ignorance that surrounds you. If the only strange thing you can see about this man wearing a superhero outfit, speaking nonsense about the things he supposedly believes in and his numerous spelling mistakes, is that he is black, you are definitely a incoherent racist. Enjoy the third reich you crazy fuck.

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Posted by Breaking Plaid on October 5, 2012 at 12:52 PM

Re: “Law keeps some low-income tech school students from receiving lottery funds

Here it is folks! This is your superhero Mr. Occupy himself! This is the representation of what was once (once... like one time, possibly one hour of one day, at least one theory) an intelligent social movement. He knows nothing of the education lottery and nothing about the subjects he so passionately speaks of. Welcome to the 21st Century folks. Punctuation doesn't matter, ideas don't matter, facts don't matter, conviction doesn't matter. All that matters is peer pressure, money and a catalyst that sparks a raving mob of ignorant morons too self involved to look globally. To think that I actually had the nearsighted expectations to involve myself still amazes me. The message started off good though.

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Posted by Breaking Plaid on October 3, 2012 at 12:37 PM
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