Thursday, July 21, 2005

Four Key Points

They say "strong defense" but mean "strong offense."

We want "A Safer America."

They say "lower taxes" they mean "more borrowing."

We want "Smarter Spending."

They say "less government" they mean "more business."

We want "A More Business-like government."

They say "Family Values" they mean "Their Values."

We want "Every Families Values."

Two basic tenets to define Family Values:

1. Fairness for all. This is Pure American Doctrine.
2. Love your neighbor as yourself. The greatest commandment
of them all.


Blogger JP Manzi said...

Ahhhh, the Jesus Creed love God and love your neighbor. Can you imagine what this world would look like if we all followed Jesus Word and created a society where we truely loved our neighbors?

7/25/2005 12:32 PM  
Blogger MeanSpiritedRepublican said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

9/13/2005 12:16 PM  
Anonymous Jacke said...

I certainly hope that the above comment was removed because of foul language rather than censorship of an honest discussion between Christians. That would be unfortunate.

11/21/2005 4:40 AM  
Blogger Christian Democrat said...

jacke -

I actually went back to try to find it. I hadn't deleted it, just hid it, but it is not to be found. It was a hateful comment as I recall, and, in spite of me response yesterday to the chairman, which I have apologized for, I won't stand for hateful and hate inspiring comments on this site.

with thanks,


11/21/2005 7:40 AM  
Anonymous Jacke said...

I respect that, Rich.

11/21/2005 9:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The greatest commandment of them all is not, "Love your neighbor as yourself."

"One of them, an expert in the law, tested him with this question:

"Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?" Jesus replied: 'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.'"
Matthew 22:35-37 (NIV)

11/24/2005 4:17 PM  

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