HA Bible Study

Ezekiel 23:19-20
Yet she became more and more promiscuous as she recalled the days of her youth, when she was a prostitute in Egypt. There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses.

Discuss.

Comments

  1. 1

    spews:

    The Rev. “Dr.” Martin Luther King Jr. espoused this kind of Ezekiel shit. Goldy must agree with me that this guy was a fake and a nut.

    Oh, and I put Dr. in quotes because many now believe he plagiarized portions of his doctoral dissertation. Many also say he plagiarized his “I Have a Dream Speech.”

    http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/outrage/mlking.asp

  2. 2

    Mr. Cynical spews:

    Goldy–
    I knew this verse was coming at some point.
    The Bible never shied away from sex…no matter how graphic.

    Jeremiah 7:19 “Do they spite Me?” declares the LORD. “Is it not themselves they spite, to their own shame?”

    The NIV translation is “You engaged in prostitution with the Egyptians, your lustful neighbors, and provoked me to anger with your increasing promiscuity”

    God clearly abhors promiscuity.
    He wants sex within marriage. Period.
    But he knows people left to their own sinful nature will ignore His will.

    The consequences are death.

  3. 3

    spews:

    @1
    Many also say he plagiarized his “I Have a Dream Speech.”

    Just some helpful advice for the future. If you ever post an inference that’s incorrect, don’t post the link to Snopes that demonstrates its falsity.

  4. 4

    Madam Chintoa spews:

    Goldy –
    I love the bible versus, keep it up. Makes the trolls crazy and demonstrates that the actual bible is very different than the book all the true believers talk about.

  5. 5

    roots spews:

    Proverbs 21:9
    9 It is better to dwell in a corner of the housetop, than with a brawling woman in a wide house.

    Donkeys? Horses? Sounds like a porno stage in a small town in northern Mexico.

  6. 6

    spews:

    @3

    Taking into account this is the day before The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and considering that Dr. King was a Christian minister, I construe this post to be Goldy spitting in the face of Martin Luther King.

  7. 7

    Emily spews:

    Troll @6 says:

    considering that Dr. King was a Christian minister, I construe this post to be Goldy spitting in the face of Martin Luther King.

    Because nothing spits in the face of a Christian minister better than quoting scripture.

  8. 9

    YLB spews:

    Dr. King put his neck on the line numerous times so millions of people could have a better life.

    He was hated for what he accomplished and paid for his actions with his life.

    And here comes Troll flailing and failing as usual to score cheap political points.

  9. 10

    Michael spews:

    @2
    so what your saying by quoting a different version of the bible is that it is open to interpatation.

  10. 11

    hey right winger spews:

    hey cynical dude:

    where does it say in the bible that promiscuity is bad? that the only sex is in marriage?

    doesn’t it frequently talk about multiple spouse marriages, stoning your wife, treating her like shit?

    do you follow those parts of the bible, too?

    how do you pick out what part to follow and what part to not follow?

    btw if promiscuity is bad, is in in the ten comandments?

    btw if you’re married and you like to screw a lot, with birth control,….is that bad?

    why is screwing around w birth control bad if you’re not married?

    are you saying people who never get married shouldn’t have sex?

    isn’t that kinda uptight, dude? To go all your life, and never do it. Wow. Weird if you ask me.

    should unmarried people also never make out? is that in the bible, too? what about kissing? what about mutual …….

    oh never mind.

    if you look to the bible for rigid rules that aren’t even in there, and if you go around on blog sites posting crap that isn’t even in the bible, you’re probably going to be unable to answer any questions….

  11. 12

    sarah68 spews:

    The translation from the Hebrew (and this is a Hebrew text, not Christian/Greek) is:

    “But she whored still more, remembering how in her youth she had played the whore in the land of Egypt; she lusted for concubinage with them, whose members were like those of asses and whose organs were like those of stallions.”

    Notice, nothing about emissions.

  12. 15

    SeattleMike spews:

    Hey – they had culinary stuff, too. It wasn’t ALL sexual:

    2 Kings 18:27 Hath he not sent me to the men which sit on the wall, that they may eat their own dung, and drink their own piss with you? (Same text as Isaiah 36:12)

    Ezekiel 4:12 And thou shalt eat it as barley cakes, and thou shalt bake it with dung that cometh out of man.

    (Then comes a slight recipe change)

    Ezekiel 4:15 Lo, I have given thee cow’s dung for man’s dung, and thou shalt prepare thy bread therewith.

  13. 16

    Daddy Love spews:

    It’s Troll @1 who’s spitting in MLK’s face. He used to be a Democrat, you know.

  14. 18

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @3 You don’t actually believe the Know-Nothings read the stuff they link to, do you?

  15. 19

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @2 “God … wants sex within marriage.”

    So did you marry your harem of goats, and doesn’t that make you a bigamist?

  16. 20

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    Correction @6: Troll is struggling a bit with his choice of words here, due to his challenges with vocabulary. What he meant to say was: “I pultrude this post to be Goldy spitting in the face of Martin Luther King.” As in pulling a fibrous matrix impregnated with liqeous binder out of his ass.

  17. 21

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    Don’t forget, True Believers get a “Get Out Of Hell Free” card. Most of them are gonna need it, too.

  18. 22

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    Conservatives couldn’t function without God. For example, they believe God runs the economy, except in this context they refer to Her as the Invisible Hand. To them, economics is mysterious and supernatural, so they need to rationalize it in terms of a divine being exercising unseen forces.

    In reality, an economy is the mechanical interaction of human nature and mathematics operating within the law of gravity (“what goes up, must come down”). As one observer wrote,

    “For many years people believed — even today many continues to do so — that an economic cataclysm of the magnitude of the Great Depression could only have been the result of mysterious and inexorable tectonic forces that governments were somehow powerless to resist. Contemporaries frequently described the Depression as an economic earthquake, blizzard, maelstrom, deluge. All these metaphors suggested a world confronting a natural disaster for which no single individual or group could be blamed. To the contrary, … I maintain that the Great Depression was not some act of God or the result of some deep-rooted contradictions of capitalism but the direct result of a series of misjudgments by economic policy makers … the most dramatic sequence of collective blunders ever made by financial officials.”

    Liaquat Ahamed, “Lords of Finance,” Penguin Press 2009, p. 501.

    By contrast, this same observer notes,

    “In the current crisis, central banks and treasuries around the world, drawing to some degree on the lessons learned during the Great Depression, have reacted with an unprecedented series of moves to inject gigantic amounts of liquidity into the credit markets and provide capital to the banks. Without these measures, there is little doubt that the world’s financial system would have collapsed as dramatically as it did in the1930s.”

    Id., at p. 500.

    Yet, it is precisely these actions that Bible-thumping know-nothings criticize. Beware of pseudo-economists bearing Bibles.

  19. 23

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    That, by the way, is a very good book and well worth your time. Don’t be put off by its length (over 500 pages); it’s not an economics textbook, it’s an engaging narrative in the style of a “whodunit” that combines history and biography to explain what happened in the 1920s and 1930s, and why. The author doesn’t leave you guessing; he identifies the post-World War I return to the gold standard as the root cause of the Great Depression, and argues his case with clear logic. You can read this book in a few days, and will come away from it with both a better understanding of the monetary policies, stock market bubbles, and economic policies that led to recovery during that era, and how the present crisis compares to that one. The book gives you the context to understand what the earlier generation of policymakers did wrong, and what our current policymakers have done right, and how vital it is that people like Bernanke and Geithner and Obama, instead of Know Nothings, are making the critical decisions.

  20. 24

    Daddy Love spews:

    15 M

    I read only the first as definitively referring to eating dung. Burning animal dung (it’s a poor heat source for poor people) to cook or bake food was and is a common thing.

  21. 25

    Mr. Cynical spews:

    Atheist Progressives perpetual attempts to mock & marginalize the Bible has gone on for centuries. The mocking changes nothing for me.
    The Athiest Progressives are certainly “religious” despite their protests.
    They seem to consider themselves intellectuals…yet they cannot look beyond Creation and see the Glory of our Creator.
    Just a bunch of randomness…random atoms…bouncing around that miraculously created everything we see.

    I’m not a Biblical legalist who withdraws from the world…and I’m certainly not a Secularist who emerses himself in the culture, blending in and having no impact.

    John 1:1-14 (New International Version)

    John 1
    The Word Became Flesh

    1In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2He was with God in the beginning.
    3Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. 4In him was life, and that life was the light of men. 5The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness has not understood[a] it.

    6There came a man who was sent from God; his name was John. 7He came as a witness to testify concerning that light, so that through him all men might believe. 8He himself was not the light; he came only as a witness to the light. 9The true light that gives light to every man was coming into the world.[b]

    10He was in the world, and though the world was made through him, the world did not recognize him. 11He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him. 12Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God— 13children born not of natural descent,[c] nor of human decision or a husband’s will, but born of God.

    14The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the One and Only,[d] who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.

  22. 26

    xota spews:

    @3 You don’t actually believe the Know-Nothings read the stuff they link to, do you?

    Considering the source . . . our dumb bunny here:

    http://horsesass.org/?p=23684 @178

    recently wrote:

    “Coburn got his figures from a National Review article written by a guy named Malcolm Sparrow. If you read the article carefully, as I did . . . ”

    referring to this article:

    http://article.nationalreview......BiZDRkNDQ=

    Are you sure about that authorship, DB?

    If you ever practiced law it was only by sheer coincidence!

    What a dope!

  23. 27

    Mark1 spews:

    Ah yes, more examples of Goldy’s massive inferiority complex and his inability to obtain a woman, prostitute, blow up doll, or otherwise.

  24. 28

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @25 You wingnuts don’t need us progressives to mock the Bible. You do a damned good job of it all by yourselves.

  25. 30

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @27 Cripes, that’s the funniest and most creative thing you’ve ever posted on HA! I didn’t think you had it in you. In fact, I still don’t. Who did you plagiarize it from?

  26. 31

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    In several previous threads, our friend “lost” explained he makes his money by buying houses, fixing them up, and reselling them. He then proceeded to call unemployed people “lazy” and excorciate his own workers, intimating that he fires 80% of the people he hires.

    We’ve all seen good and bad contractors. A lot of them are guys who know how to frame a house or build a deck but don’t know shit about running a business. I’ve encountered contractors who are so disorganized they don’t keep books, give you receipts, get required permits, or even cash the checks customers give them. My point is, construction/repair and business management are two separate and unrelated skill sets.

    So what are we to make of “lost’s” unfortunate experiences with labor? Well, for one thing, it’s pretty clear he’s not a very good hiring manager if four-fifths of his hires don’t work out. Most of the workers I’ve met in my lifetime are people of good faith who want to do a good job and will if they’re not badly supervised. If someone can’t do a job because they don’t have the knowledge or skills to do the work they’re assigned, that’s the fault of the supervisor or manager, not the worker. And if competent workers do a bad job, that’s usually a symptom of underlying management problems, such as erratic supervisors giving conflicting orders or tyrannical managers creating an impossible working environment. Nearly all job site failures can be traced to bad management rather than bad work.

    “Lost’s” anti-worker ravings appear to reflect a toxic mixture of a pathological ideology combined with his own managerial incompetence. The dysfunctional work environment he describes on his job sites certainly isn’t the norm.

    Maybe he’s just ill-suited for that business and should repair houses for someone else or get into some other line of work. It also wouldn’t hurt if he got on his knees, Bible in hand, and prayed to the Lord for forgiveness and for insights about how he can become a better and more functional human being. But even if that doesn’t work for him, he can always fall back on Ecclesiastes when the evil world wants to fuck him in the ass.

  27. 32

    ArtFart spews:

    @31 If “lost” were working for me, and only 20% of the people he signed on were working out, I’d probably fire him.

  28. 34

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @33 Doesn’t matter one way or the other, because it’ll take at least 10 days to certify the election, and by then the health reform bill will be on President Obama’s desk for his signature.

  29. 35

    Daniel spews:

    @29 Same rag but different article, idiot.

    Could you provide a reference to that “different” article, Roger Rabbit? I found the one above, mentioned @26, but no other.

  30. 37

    Mr. Cynical spews:

    28. Roger Rabbit spews:

    @25 You wingnuts don’t need us progressives to mock the Bible. You do a damned good job of it all by yourselves.

    I hope before you draw your last difficlt breath…you have a change of heart.

  31. 38

    Mr. Cynical spews:

    36. drool spews:

    I can look way beyond creation…all the way to evolution

    Creation and evolution are not mutually exclusive.

  32. 39

    God spews:

    @25 Mr. Cynical ….

    Ask yourself why I would need to have a Roman Emperor compile My words before you take Myh name in vain.

    Ask yourself too, why I would need to become flesh anymore than I would need to be present in a piece of stone or wood?

    Ask yourself whether a messenger like Dr. King has been more effective in doing My will than one who was crucified and whose name was later used to enslave and kill my people.

    Or not.

  33. 40

    God spews:

    @1 the Troll
    Remember, I do not lie.
    Not all that is said in My name is My Word.

    I have given you a way to test for what is and is not My word. Yet you do not use your reason or believe those who read My Word with greatest care … the teachers of the Torah and Koran or the scientists who have learned to read my most ineffable writing.. your own genetic code?

    Do you know of someplace where I have told you that Ezekiel or Job or Daniel or Jesus or Paul spoke for me?

  34. 42

    spews:

    @34
    @33 Doesn’t matter one way or the other, because it’ll take at least 10 days to certify the election, and by then the health reform bill will be on President Obama’s desk for his signature.

    i dont know how you can say that. it would be the proverbial shot heard round the world. and dont forget, anything can be undone under a new congress.

    plus, roger…i dont think you know enough about massachusetts, this type of thing just should never happen.

  35. 43

    Madam Chintoa spews:

    @42
    Mass. law says have to wait for absentee ballots for at least 10 days. Not a new law.

  36. 44

    karen spews:

    @42 i dont think you know enough about massachusetts

    That’s probably a good bet! I’m following the thread @26, 29 and 35 to see if Roger Rabbit can produce an article by Malcolm Sparrow on Medicare that he claims he read in the National Review. I couldn’t find it either.

    Rabbit, can we see that reference?

  37. 45

    proud leftist spews:

    Cynical,
    For the life of me, I struggle to find any Christianity in your spewings. You are primarily political. Your political views are not based in Christianity, but in Reaganism. You admire Ronald Reagan (who was not a Christian) far more than you do Jesus Christ. Jesus gave a damn about the poor, hated war, and did not believe that limited taxes was the most important political value. Cynical, you are not a spokesman for Christianity. You really should cease trying to be such.

  38. 46

    ArtFart spews:

    @38 Amen! Perhaps the one sensible thing that’s been said about the subject in this entire blog.

  39. 47

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @44 My saying the article was “by” Sparrow instead of he was quoted “in” the article was a clerical error. It takes a dope to elevate that in importance above the substance of what he said.

  40. 48

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @42 “don’t forget, anything can be done under a new congress”

    Yes, if you have 60 Senate votes, which is only 20 more than you’ve got right now.

  41. 49

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    If Coakley Is Defeated, Is Health Care Doomed?

    That’s up to the Democrats.

    First of all, it doesn’t look good in Massachusetts. Coakley is behind in the polls, the Democratic base is dispirited and listless, and a snowstorm expected to hit the state tomorrow could hurt Democratic turnout further. Maybe President Obama and the other Democratic bigwigs flocking to the state can pull this chestnut out of the fire, but I’m not counting on it.

    But even if Ted Kennedy’s seat flips to the GOP, which now appears more probable than not, it doesn’t have to mean the death of health reform. It means that only if Democrats throw in the towel and give up, as they’ve been so good at doing on so many occasions, because they’ll still have several options.

    First of all, the election isn’t over until it’s over, and that isn’t until it’s certified, which will take at least 2 weeks. Until then, Democrats own that seat — no matter what the preliminary vote totals are on Tuesday. That gives the House-Senate conferees enough time to finalize a bill and vote on it, if they act diligently.

    Second, filibusters can be broken. If that’s what it takes to pass this bill, the Democrats should shitcan the gentlemen’s agreement that has governed filibusters, make the Republicans sleep on cots in the cloakroom, and see which side breaks first — even if it takes until next Christmas. If Republicans have 41 seats in the Senate, the Democrats won’t have anything else to do, anyway.

    But health reform doesn’t even need a Senate vote. The House can pass the Senate bill as is, and send it straight to the President. This would mean scrapping up the House-Senate reconciliation process, and require giving up House modifications to the bill, but it can be done if necessary — and is better than nothing. A Senate filibuster can be bypassed.

    So, if Coakley loses on Tuesday, the Democrats have at least three avenues to passage of this bill. It will not be Mr. Brown standing in their way. Only Democratic cowardice can defeat health reform now.

  42. 50

    Mathew "RennDawg" Renner spews:

    Well Goldy I finially know what to say here. There was a great preacher named C.T. Stubb. He was a missionary th China. He was a great cricket player. Probially the most famous sports star in England. He gave it all up to serve the Lord. He is right up there with D.L. Moody, Jonathon Edwards, Billy Sunday, Charles Finney and John Wesley. I bring this up because you remind me of a person that C.T. Studd met.

    When he and his fellow missionaries took the boat to China it was Skippered by a man who hated Christians. This Captain hated Christians so much that he would study the Bible to try and destroy C.T.’s faith. Finially after linisting to this man attack his faith for many weeks C/T finially said “Sir, you have been attacking me for weeks, but I still have peace and joy.” The captain said that is what he wished he had. The captain later accepted Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour.

    Well Goldy, I am going to pray for you. I am going to pray that God opens your eyes and your soul. I pray that one day you also accept Jesus as your Saviour. Because He is still your Christ, your Messiah, and your King. I look foward to the joy of that day. I will pray for you because even though we never met, we would not know each other if we passed each other on the street I still love (agape) you. I love all of you, No matter how many insults that you lob in my direction. No matter how vile I get treated I still love you in the way that God loves you.

    I leave you with the most important verse in the Bible, it is the verse that sums up the whole Bible. “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16. Read it I mean really read it. Ask God to speak to you while reading it. Put aside your pride and just ask God to help you understand. He will lead you to all truths.

    Yours in Christ Mathew Renner

    http://www.findtheopendoor.org

  43. 51

    Max Rockatansky spews:

    How come goldy doesnt do a koran study or torah study?

    I think we all know why……

    discuss.

  44. 53

    spews:

    I ran across this passage from Exodus while doing Bible study with my kids, 10 & 13. Anyone have a clue about it?

    4:21 And the LORD said unto Moses, When thou goest to return into Egypt, see that thou do all those wonders before Pharaoh, which I have put in thine hand: but I will harden his heart, that he shall not let the people go.

    4:22 And thou shalt say unto Pharaoh, Thus saith the LORD, Israel is my son, even my firstborn: 4:23 And I say unto thee, Let my son go, that he may serve me: and if thou refuse to let him go, behold, I will slay thy son, even thy firstborn.

    4:24 And it came to pass by the way in the inn, that the LORD met him, and sought to kill him.

    4:25 Then Zipporah took a sharp stone, and cut off the foreskin of her son, and cast it at his feet, and said, Surely a bloody husband art thou to me.

    4:26 So he let him go: then she said, A bloody husband thou art, because of the circumcision.

  45. 54

    karen spews:

    @47

    @44 My saying the article was “by” Sparrow instead of he was quoted “in” the article was a clerical error. It takes a dope to elevate that in importance above the substance of what he said.

    Well’s that not what you said when xota raised this @26, you dope. In response to him/her you said @29:

    @26 Same rag but different article, idiot.

    So then you were asked for a reference to this article by Daniel @35 that was “different” from the one xota referenced @26:

    http://article.nationalreview......BiZDRkNDQ=

    You claimed @29 there was a second article in the National Review that you read – your words, nobody else’s – so, AGAIN, where is the reference to this SECOND article that you claimed exists?

  46. 57

    lebowski spews:

    @55
    seems to me karen is making some legit points

    if you cant address them, then why do you even comment?

  47. 59

    lebowski spews:

    @58….YLB freak: no, Im not part of any “gang”.

    She is calling out the erroneous citations by the goebbels rabbit – who practices lies and deciet as a proud propagandist.

    once again, she asks legit questions regarding the bunny’s citations – and as expected, you offer zero to the discussion.

  48. 60

    Zotz spews:

    If you read these verses in context, the verses use sexual allegory to describe how the people of Jerusalem and Samaria have prostituted themselves to empire, Egyptian and Assyrian, respectively.

  49. 61

    Mr. Cynical spews:

    56. my ancestors came from Europe spews:

    50 – Wow, this fella really loves his saviour..

    Does he hate people getting bankrupted by medical bills? Even though they have “insurance”?

    Only a small % of bankruptcy’s are caused by medical bills. And even some of those relate to irresponsible choices…chossing new cars, nice houses, cell phones, vacations over purchasing adequate insurance.
    I have worked as a volunteer with many folks struggling with their finances. It is more often than not a result of terrible choices and poor priorities.
    I don’t feel sorry for these folks.
    I only hope they learn from their mistakes.

  50. 62

    Mr. Cynical spews:

    45. proud leftist spews:

    Cynical,
    For the life of me, I struggle to find any Christianity in your spewings

    You and I disagree on politics.
    My goal in life is not to please you or gain your approval.
    You told us your dad is a minister.
    That doesn’t mean too much in and of itself.
    It has nothing to do with your own salvation or what is in his heart.

    PL–
    I don’t think you are looking very hard.
    Your comment is an easy out from debating the issues.

  51. 63

    spews:

    59 – And your silliness is “adding to the discussion”?

    and anyone who subscribes wholeheartedly to the inanity of Hannity, Slimebaugh and the rest counts as a “freak” in my book.

    The karen hit squad has distinquished itself by attacking commenters on my side of the debate for making small errors in phrasing, usage and the like or maybe something flippant. They don’t engage the argument because they’d lose every time.

    And by the way, “karen”‘s silly hit is off topic to boot.

    Bad try at being “serious”..

  52. 65

    lebowski spews:

    @63….

    I guess we can file another one of your posts on this subject as being irrelevant and adding nada to the discussion. I notice you dont even address her points…no surprise there.

    1.. How does any of this involve hannity or limbaugh? nobody even brought them into the conversation until you just did. Nice try, strawman. I personally listen to neither. I would rather listen to Dave Ross or Dori…and only then if I cant find any good music to listen to.

    2. LOL at “my side”….really?!?! is that how you view the world? wow. I dont do the “sides” thing….nice try #2, but epic fail again.

    3. off topic? LOL – you better take that up with the king of off-topics: Goebbels Rabbit.

    I can just picture you now – flailing around with froth and spittle flying about the room..hehehe.

    Perhaps you can calm down and go back to reading Huffington Post – I hear they have some greatly informed contributors – like Danny Glover and his “the haiti earthquake was caused by global warming” diatribe..ROFL…

  53. 66

    Jonathan spews:

    @63 The karen hit squad has distinquished itself by attacking commenters on my side of the debate for making small errors in phrasing, usage and the like or maybe something flippant. They don’t engage the argument because they’d lose every time.

    Attacked? He was asked to produce an article from National Review that he claimed he had read. See @35 – that’s not an attack. @54 sums it up well if you read the thread. He claimed he was referring to another NR article, and was merely asked to produce it. The solution is amazingly simple: produce the article and put the issue to rest.

    Why would he not produce the article? Let Roger Rabbit deal with this himself.

  54. 67

    spews:

    65 – Do you whatever you please. Your kind does anyway. How well has it worked out for you?

    1. Who called who a “freak”?

    2. Yeah, you gotta laugh at what’s become of this country because of right wing insanity and laugh at you right wing fools in order not to cry.

    3. Nothing but respect for the Rabbit here – his experience in government, with the law, in the military, a Vietnam Vet, his great sense of humor – nothing but contempt for the haters and the projecters like you. You’re threatened by the Rabbit – that’s why you attack him and call him names.

    Picture anything you want moron, again your kind usually does.

  55. 68

    spews:

    66 – ahhh.. another name to add to the (probably one-person) hit squad – karen, sue, xota, daniel, daves… blah, blah, and now Jonathan…

    It doesn’t fly fool. The rabbit responded to your hit.

    You still don’t engage on the argument.

    I saw it with Don Joe, the Rabbit, Daddy Love..

    Your tactics are failed and exposed.

  56. 69

    spews:

    Perhaps you can calm down

    I’m perfectly calm fiend..

    and go back to reading Huffington Post

    Good read from time to time, not so good other times.

    – I hear they have some greatly informed contributors – like Danny Glover and his “the haiti earthquake was caused by global warming” diatribe..ROFL…

    I’m LMAO at you.. How did you hear about this? From Slimebaugh? From Clownball.com?

    Danny was a little excited and may not have phrased his words to the best effect.

    He didn’t mean to say global warming caused earthquakes. He meant to say that Caribbean Islands could be subject to same loss of life as we see in Haiti if global warming isn’t checked.

    Another right wing canard debunked.

    Damn it feels good to put down right wing idiots!

  57. 71

    lebowski spews:

    @67….well, I guess that makes the what, 7th straight post where you cant fathom a good response….

    …and beat goes on…….

  58. 72

    lebowski spews:

    @70….LMFAO…a fan? hhmm, not really – I dont do the “fan” thing either.

    Although I do enjoy it when he makes a mockery of our inept state politicians.

    what is the size of the budget hole now anyway?

  59. 73

    lebowski spews:

    @69…oh, is that what he REALLY meant to say? hahahahahahahahahahahahahha

    nice try! poor Danny – got his natural disasters all confused-n-shit.

    good thing ole Danny boy has people like you to interpret what he said!

    and no, I heard it on CNN…

  60. 74

    lebowski spews:

    quote straight from HuffPo

    “What happened in Haiti could happen to anywhere in the Caribbean because all these island nations are in peril because of global warming,” Glover said.

    …and the globull worming cultists glom on to idiots like this.

  61. 75

    Jonathan spews:

    @68

    Hit squad? What in the hell are you talking about?????

    Roger Rabbit’s been asked to produce an article that he claims was authored by Malcolm Sparrow and that appeared in the National Review. It’s a separate article from the one listed @26 according to him.

    It’s a simple request to Roger Rabbit and doesn’t involve you.

    Roger?

  62. 76

    YLB spews:

    It’s a simple request to Roger Rabbit and doesn’t involve you.

    And he’s already answered it. He admitted a minor error that doesn’t undermine his argument and the hit squad that you’re a part of or a fellow traveller with jumped on it.

    So right winger I guess you’re ordering me to “just shut up” so your motley crew can continue with its feckless antics.

    Be my guest. It makes for great comedy.

  63. 77

    YLB spews:

    73 – I knew you’d put two and two together and understand – in your ugly right wing mean-spirited way.

    NOT!!!

    lol – at you…

  64. 78

    YLB spews:

    What happened in Haiti

    lots of people dead

    could happen to anywhere in the Caribbean because all these island nations are in peril because of global warming,” Glover said.

    Yeah countries at sea level, a high water table at risk of salt pollution are in danger because of rising sea levels.

    You’re a moron if you believe that Glover meant global warming causes earthquakes.

  65. 79

    Max Rockatansky spews:

    @78…no, Danny Glover is a moron for thinking globull worming causes earthquakes.

    what kind of fool talks about global warming in Haiti right after a 7.0 earthquake hits the place?

  66. 80

    Puddybud Likes Flying Dutchmen spews:

    Puddy is proud to see others react to the feckless inanity of ylb arschloch.

    and as expected, you offer zero to the discussion.

    That’s why ylb arschloch was called monomaniacal by progressive peeps. His own peeps view is moronic arguments as daily diarrhea ad nauseum. Seldom does anyone cum to his aid and support his idiotic presentations. He’s a Johnny One Note of reruns.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    LMBBAO at your monomaniacal chronological idiotic self.

    You need to go watch Kos TV. That’s an order fool!