“Isn't it funny when the Huffpost actually tries to break a story it always ends up being false. It wasn't even a month ago that the front page had a picture of Judd saying, "She's in" Just stick we stealing news from every other news site.”
“Great choice! Denis has strong integrity and comes from a strong Catholic family. Denis will be able to blunt some of the toxicity coming from some of the Obama advisors!! Great choice, Mr. President!!”
“I see a lot of people blaming religion for the violence. This is only partly correct. The full answer is the violence is caused by the religion of Islam. How many times has Christ been depicted in a terrible way and did violence happen???? No! I am not saying all of Islam is to blame, but they need to deal with the violence in their religion”
Helzapoppin on Sep 14, 2012 at 14:07:03
“There is NO difference between rioting Muslims and the US right wing that screams in outrage if Dems don't use the word God in every other sentence.”
WorkInCanada on Sep 14, 2012 at 14:05:58
“You miss the point...Christians like visualizing their God. Not Muslims.
I would also say that Muslims would argue that Christians need to remove violence from their religion and stop invading countries and killing innocents. You have to see it from both sides.”
jojobar on Sep 14, 2012 at 14:04:34
“Yes this is correct. Violence was required for quick spread of islam throughout the world and it was quite successful at that time. Now the time has changed so they cannot follow the old ways.”
GypsyRobin on Sep 14, 2012 at 14:04:27
“You don't know "christian history" then.
There's all that convenient "Heresy" garbage.
Then there's those Christian Crusades.
Oh and then there's that Witch-Hunting period and the Jew hunting period and the Muslim hunting period.
And the Inquistition period too, can't forget that Era in Time to talk about violence perpetrated by good righteous christians.”
daniele7ster on Sep 14, 2012 at 14:01:32
“The Crusades come to mind.”
pictureunprfct on Sep 14, 2012 at 14:00:33
“HELLO! Crusades! Dark Ages! Witch Hunts! Missions that essentially enslaved people who refused to become Christian! Massive coverup of child molestation! A Christian religious leader going on national television and talking about killing or imprisoning gays...
Must be really nice living in a revisionist history version of the world.”
Justly James on Sep 14, 2012 at 13:59:38
“On October 22, 1988, a French Christian fundamentalist group launched Molotov cocktails inside the Parisian Saint Michel movie theater while it was showing the "The Last Temtation of Christ". This attack injured thirteen people, four of whom were severely burned.
Hell, it only took thirty seconds to find this one example.”
Tone67 on Sep 14, 2012 at 13:59:08
“Actually Muslims have more respect for Jesus than Christians do for Muhammad. The violence was cause by ignorant religious zealots offending other ignorant religious zealots.”
dancingbones on Sep 14, 2012 at 13:58:03
InLosAngeles on Sep 14, 2012 at 13:57:20
“How dare you? I see you purposefully forget to mention all the slayings, protests and flag burnings in NYC when Book of Mormon first opened on Broadway. Selective memory.”
MacTheCat on Sep 14, 2012 at 13:55:13
“I don't blame Islam.
I blame the culture in those nations.
I think they would react violently if they were all Pasta-farians.”
“"did you murder this guy?" yes but I am alcoholic so i didn't choose to get drunk and kill this man. Alcoholism is not a choice so i didnt choose anything." your right you are free to go.”
cwebster on Jul 22, 2011 at 03:28:05
“The flaw in your reasoning is that no one is harmed because someone is gay. Alcohol is possibly the most harmful of all drugs, and it's legal. Unfortunately, the alcoholic often does "get away with murder" because of diminished responsibility.”
“Its funny how gay people are really hypocrites. Hey leave us alone let us live our lives ok thanks and now we are going to make sure we disrupt your business. Were like everyone else except we like to make everything about us.”
“This is going to far. This is going to set a dangerous precedent in which if you say boo to a gay person and he dies of a heart attack you could be charged with murder. These kids were playing a joke that thousands of kids do across colleges, it doesn't make it right but it happens. It is not their fault he committed suicide.”
So Lo on Apr 25, 2011 at 16:20:19
“You're a real brain-trust. Your argument is like that of the people who said that if gays are allowed to marry, then people are going to want to marry their pets next. Ravi and Wei didn't just add the straw the broke a camel's back. Their sense of humor was extremely malicious and it led to the death of a human being. They represent an undesirable element in our society that should be rehabilitated through time in prison.”
cminca on Apr 22, 2011 at 19:06:16
“Ravi is not being charged with murder, or manslaughter, or anything else related to Tyler's death. He's being charged with a bias crime as part of the invasion of privacy.”
bintalshamsa on Apr 22, 2011 at 17:15:12
“Invading someone's privacy is not a joke. Recording someone having sex without their permission is not a joke. The fact that it happened doesn't mean we have to accept it nor does it mean that we shouldn't prosecute it whenever possible. It is their fault that he committed suicide. To pretend that their crimes and torments weren't the cause of his suicide is just ridiculous.”
“government should get out of all marriages and just call them civil unions. If a couple wants to have a marriage they should go to a church, synagogue, or mosque”
freedom4allau on Apr 18, 2011 at 19:24:13
“Actually, government is in marriage as government offices issue the marriage license. The church only performs the wedding. Without the government marriage license, all the hocus pocus in the church, incense burning, singing, praying and all that sorta stuff means diddly squat.”
alguien on Apr 18, 2011 at 19:16:16
“i think it should be the other way around. get the churches out of the unions and have it be a legal contract (oops! it already is!).
but really, no one can get married without a specific piece of paper from city hall-no reason for the religious lobby to get involved with that it has no effect on their precious churches at all. if a couple wants an additional spritual blessing for their union, THEN they can contact the church. that way, the couple has all the legal rights associated with marriage, the congregations can decide if they want to have certain types of marriages performed under their auspices and the seperation between church and state it maintained.”
“yeah because she doesnt have to worry about millions of people voting for her. She only has to worry about her thousands of liberal friends out in cali. She would get destroyed in an general election”
“If this passes i am betting about half the kids will leave the public system.”
CJ1 on Apr 5, 2011 at 22:53:45
“That is absurd. Most school age kids could care less about your homophobia. And just as we now publish the life history of all writers--marriage, hometown, life--we would simply be including the truth if the writer or artist had a same sex partner, or was simply gay, just like we do for heterosexual writers now.”