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Huckabee says lack of forced religion to blame.

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by aspartz, Dec 15, 2012.

  1. aspartz

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  2. TheExplorer

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    Well, duh. Religious people don't commit crimes.
     


  3. cowboy1964

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    Nice intentional misqouting. It doesn't say "forced" anywhere in the story. The only thing that has been "forced" is the secularization of our society.
     
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  4. TheExplorer

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    The lunacy of the theory is still the same.
     
  5. countrygun

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    So you can misquote, add words change the meanings, and whatever you want if it fits the profile you want to create,

    How Liberal of you. How long have you worked for the Obama Administration?
     
  6. TheExplorer

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    The article said
    Huckabee: Lack of religion in classroom leads to violence in schools



    So go throw your liberal tantrum elsewhere, it's getting old.
     
  7. ImpeachObama

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    Video games has not helped shape our society into anything decent among many other possibilities.
     
  8. "The lack of religion in classrooms leads to violence in schools"

    Well, religion is still in the Catholic Church but priests continue to rape children.
     
  9. ScubaSven

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    "The lack of religion in classrooms leads to violence in schools"


    Madrasas
     
  10. countrygun

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  11. GAFinch

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    Up to 4 times higher rate in public schools.
     
  12. TheExplorer

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    First, I didn't post this. Second, if you bothered to read my comment, I implied just the implication of the theory makes no sense.

    8k + posts in less than 9 months and how many of them involve you causing trouble? Here's a hint, more than one.
     
  13. Flintlocker

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    Considering the articles you post on this forum, this may be the most ironic thing I've ever read here.
     
  14. SPIN2010

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    I am pretty sure the quote was:

    "We ask why there's violence in our school but we've systematically removed God from our schools," Huckabee said on Fox News. "Should we be so surprised that schools have become such a place of carnage? Because we've made it a place where we don't want to talk about eternity, life, what responsibility means, accountability."

    Forced religion? I am not seeing it. Maybe there are reading issues with liberal education? :dunno:
     
  15. Gunnut 45/454

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    Ah the atheists speaks! No where in Hucks statement did he say forced! Sounds like you already fear God! Thats good! Now run along Atheist cause your barking up a tree you don't want too!:rofl:
     
  16. TheExplorer

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    It has been established the term "forced" is incorrect. The post is more about the theory that being religious automatically makes you a good person.
     
  17. countrygun

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    Congrats you have proved you can count to "more than one".

    I was merely pointing out that the thread title was a lie?

    Problem with that?
     
  18. countrygun

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    Why don't you bring up an article I've posted, or an example of one? I'd love to see it.

    Let's see you prove up on that statement.