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    should the religious leaders "break" their religious law to accomadate peoples unwillingness to do what's right when both will prevent infection?
    They should put life before their own code of conduct. "Let the unbelievers die in droves, it's god's job to sort the good from the bad" is something I'd expect from a bumper sticker, not from a religious leader who's religion is assumed to preach humanity, tolerance and love.
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    > well since i havn't been keeping up on it, finding something now would be about... impossible, being there's really no way to narrow down a search...

    So what you're saying is you pulled it out of your ass? If there really is such a big schism like you've described, it shouldn't be that difficult to find information. Jesus, you've got to be the laziest person I've ever debated against.

    > this could easily be attributed to the fact that it comprises the majority...

    Ding ding ding! More than 75% of the country identifies themselves as Christians. To say Christians get talked about too much is like complaining white people get too much airtime.

    > im sure thats all the Roman Catholic's fault?... and its DEFINITLY directly ordered from the Vatican...

    Read what I said.

    > your thinking of the C.I.A. dumb ass...

    I... uh.... yeah.

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    >If there really is such a big schism like you've described, it shouldn't be that difficult to find information. Jesus, you've got to be the laziest person I've ever debated against.

    out of my ass? not exaclty... no... lazy? yes...

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    Ding ding ding! More than 75% of the country identifies themselves as Christians. To say Christians get talked about too much is like complaining white people get too much airtime.
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    it's not that we get talked about... just that the ability to practice the religion freely is being diminished... but its really not a relevant topic... and i dont feel like getting into the specifics...

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    Read what I said.
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    still comes out sounding like your accusing religious leaders of spreading lies agaist the white man?

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    I... uh.... yeah.
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    dude read up on your conspiracy theories... the C.I.A. is responsible for allllll kinda anti-black/african things..
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    > just that the ability to practice the religion freely is being diminished...

    Calling BS on this one.

    > still comes out sounding like your accusing religious leaders of spreading lies agaist the white man?

    I didn't even mention the Vatican, but it's a widespread enough belief that it had to come from somewhere, and that's the most logical choice.

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    Calling BS on this one.
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    yeah you would...

    >I didn't even mention the Vatican, but it's a widespread enough belief that it had to come from somewhere, and that's the most logical choice.

    dude... the internet is the most logical choice... its where all that ........ starts now...
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    >>>>
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    Ding ding ding! More than 75% of the country identifies themselves as Christians. To say Christians get talked about too much is like complaining white people get too much airtime.
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    it's not that we get talked about... just that the ability to practice the religion freely is being diminished... but its really not a relevant topic... and i dont feel like getting into the specifics...
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    I hardly see how Christians are being persecuted here.
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    > yeah you would...

    I sure would call BS on an outlandish claim which you refuse to back up. I'd have every right to.

    > dude... the internet is the most logical choice... its where all that ........ starts now...

    You really think that much of Africa has the Internet?

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    tis possible that is because you neither pay attention or care?


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    I sure would call BS on an outlandish claim which you refuse to back up. I'd have every right to.
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    whatever...

    >You really think that much of Africa has the Internet?

    apparently enough of it does... haha
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    OK no-one, point out 1 instance where Christians are being unfairly persecuted.

    whatever? Good reply.

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    Christmas... Ten Commandments... School Prayer... no SPECIFICALLY biblical books allowed in school... look them up they've been big issues for a while..

    for clarification i mean the Ten Commandments thing as its being forced out of Government Buildings because of its relation to Christianity reguardless of its historical significance...

    again i dont mean that Christianity is the only religion being "attacked" i mean it is because it is the biggest, and is the biggest political threat to Secularists...
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    > Christmas...

    ???

    > Ten Commandments...

    In situations where the Ten Commandments has been presented as a historical code of laws alongside other codes, it's been allowed to stayed. With Roy Moore, he had it out there as the only basis for our laws, which is both totally wrong and using them in a religious sense.

    > School Prayer...

    Forcing people to perform a Christian prayer is a violation of separation of church and state. Would you feel the same way if there was a big movement for Muslims to be allowed to pray? What about Satanists? How about Wiccans? Jews? Buddhists? Hindus?

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    >???

    uh... dude... wake the ........ up...

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    In situations where the Ten Commandments has been presented as a historical code of laws alongside other codes, it's been allowed to stayed. With Roy Moore, he had it out there as the only basis for our laws, which is both totally wrong and using them in a religious sense.
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    im not talking about Moore, he is an ass... and he gave them exactly what they needed to remove them, he made it a Religious issue, but thats not why they have tried it in numerous courts...

    ........, its this that kind of bull........ which causes this kind of retarded crap to happen...

    http://www.latimes.com/features/reli...-news-religion

    edit: granted the guys an ass depending on who you ask he waaaaayyyy overstepped his bounds...

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    Forcing people to perform a Christian prayer is a violation of separation of church and state. Would you feel the same way if there was a big movement for Muslims to be allowed to pray? What about Satanists? How about Wiccans? Jews? Buddhists? Hindus?
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    whos forcing anyone to "preform" Christian prayers? im talking about Christian prayer groups, etc... i can ........ing pray anywhere i want... anyone can ........ing pray ANYWHERE they ........ing want its called "Freedom of Religion"/"Freedom of Speach"



    dude... i dont even feel like discussing this topic

    i mean when i was in kindergarten this ........ was already happening...

    i remember specifically when all the books with ANYTHING remotely and specifically Christian had to be removed from the class...
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    > uh... dude... wake the ........ up...

    No, really. What's happening with Christmas.

    > http://www.latimes.com/features/rel...a-news-religion

    I'd like to see some more context before making a judegment on that.

    > im talking about Christian prayer groups, etc...

    I've never seen a school ban those. My high school had one, and every college I've ever seen has one.

    > anyone can ........ing pray ANYWHERE they ........ing want its called "Freedom of Religion"/"Freedom of Speach"

    Yeah, I know. How is you being allowed to pray wherever you want a persecution?

    >i remember specifically when all the books with ANYTHING remotely and specifically Christian had to be removed from the class...

    Where the hell did you go to school? That never happened.

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    No, really. What's happening with Christmas.
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    ........ like this

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,104916,00.html
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/loca...p-145167c.html

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    I'd like to see some more context before making a judegment on that.
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    me too... i would have posted more links but it's either one way or the other... nothing but opinion.

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    Where the hell did you go to school? That never happened.
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    lots of different places... and yes it ........ing happened... i talked to the teach about it when i noticed all the "christian" books were missing, being i was reading one... (she never made us read them or mentioned them, they(about 4 of them) were just there) and she explained it to me... it was a school wide thing...

    kinda made me pay attention to the subject...


    i dont even feel like going into this anymore cause i really dont care enough to try and convince you or anyone for that, matter... its not a "huge" thing yet, and now it's mostly being confined to low profile "test cases"... but its getting there... and will be a big ........ing issue soon... and it wont be targeted torwards just Christianity... like i said it is more now cause there is a Christian majority and the basis of the nation on christian faiths... it is seemingly becomming less and less targeted...

    edit:
    if you want to know more about it go to some christian websites about it, they have about everything that could ever possibly be construed as being anti christian "attacks" there... you might find a few legitimate issues here and there...
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    > ........ like this

    Does "separation of church and state" mean nothing to you at all?

    > i talked to the teach about it when i noticed all the "christian" books were missing

    Like what?

    > i dont even feel like going into this anymore

    I bet.

    > if you want to know more about it go to some christian websites about it,

    Kiss my ass. I'm not doing your research for you.

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