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  1. Just a WAG

    Quote Originally Posted by handgonnetoter View Post
    I got a warning the other day for using symbols in place of the actual cuss word from the site administrator. If Cocked and Locked is messing around, why does he get away with it?
    I will take a WAG at it. I heard Half cocked was banned, however, saw no indication of that. The Admins are Liberal/communist in their thought process and see nothing wrong with his or her berating comments. Maybe he is on the payroll or maybe he is a plant and the Admins sold their soul to keep Red Diaper Doper Babies like half cock on this sight forcing good quality folks to leave this site. Has anyone noticed that Billt "Liberal" thread starter was locked down by the Admin? What's up with that? The enemy must be identified in order to defeat it, just like radical Islamic fascism. Liberals HATE to be called for what they really are (communit, Marxist, Bed wetters, Anti-Capitolist, Liberals, ETC.) I supported this site and was banned because I called Corked and Porked.... Corked and Porked. That sorry ass would berate and agitate folks here and the Admins refused to do anything about it. My donotions are good for about the next 9 months, let's see if the admins can do the right thing.
    "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that justifies it."Frederic Bastia

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    Thank you

    In response to Sheldon's post: I was unaware of the issues w/ Islam you brought up. So thanks for that. Personally, I practice Nichiren Buddhism. I see it more as a discipline and way to live than a formal religion. Buddhists, no matter what school they follow, advocate for peace. So do I. That doesn't mean we are ignorant or live in a fairy tale land. We are realists. I will not speak for other practitioners but I have a strong faith, I practice for myself and others, and I try to eliminate suffering when I can. I will also do what ever is necessary to protect my family, myself, my belief system.

    Just as there are extreme Muslims there are extreme Christians with little tolerance for others. I believe their lack of tolerance is fear based and relieves them of being responsible for their own lives. Extremism is dangerous no matter what the cause. Balance and acceptance seem to work better.

    Respectfully-

    JJ

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Hog80ci View Post
    In response to Sheldon's post: I was unaware of the issues w/ Islam you brought up. So thanks for that. Personally, I practice Nichiren Buddhism. I see it more as a discipline and way to live than a formal religion. Buddhists, no matter what school they follow, advocate for peace. So do I. That doesn't mean we are ignorant or live in a fairy tale land. We are realists. I will not speak for other practitioners but I have a strong faith, I practice for myself and others, and I try to eliminate suffering when I can. I will also do what ever is necessary to protect my family, myself, my belief system.

    Just as there are extreme Muslims there are extreme Christians with little tolerance for others. I believe their lack of tolerance is fear based and relieves them of being responsible for their own lives. Extremism is dangerous no matter what the cause. Balance and acceptance seem to work better.

    Respectfully-

    JJ
    Hog....Who would you be more concerned about in todays world....a bunch of rag heads or a bunch of gun toting Christians????
    "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that justifies it."Frederic Bastia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hog80ci View Post
    In response to Sheldon's post: I was unaware of the issues w/ Islam you brought up. So thanks for that. Personally, I practice Nichiren Buddhism. I see it more as a discipline and way to live than a formal religion. Buddhists, no matter what school they follow, advocate for peace. So do I. That doesn't mean we are ignorant or live in a fairy tale land. We are realists. I will not speak for other practitioners but I have a strong faith, I practice for myself and others, and I try to eliminate suffering when I can. I will also do what ever is necessary to protect my family, myself, my belief system.

    Just as there are extreme Muslims there are extreme Christians with little tolerance for others. I believe their lack of tolerance is fear based and relieves them of being responsible for their own lives. Extremism is dangerous no matter what the cause. Balance and acceptance seem to work better.

    Respectfully-

    JJ
    Welcome to the forum and I fully respect your beliefs, however a band of extremest Christians are far more likely to hold a protest with a heap of signs, yell a lot, then disperse and go home to their family, make phone calls and write letters to the editor...

    Muslims extremist on the other hand lean toward all that stuff but when they go home, make an IED or strap on a bomb, and kill anyone not of their belief...
    "The sword dose not cause the murder, and the maker of the sword dose not bear sin" Rabbi Solomon ben Isaac 11th century
    "Don't be so open minded that your brains fall out!" Father John Corapi.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by Sheldon View Post
    Welcome to the forum and I fully respect your beliefs, however a band of extremest Christians are far more likely to hold a protest with a heap of signs, yell a lot, then disperse and go home to their family, make phone calls and write letters to the editor...

    Muslims extremist on the other hand lean toward all that stuff but when they go home, make an IED or strap on a bomb, and kill anyone not of their belief...
    That's what like about you Sheldon...You are much more Politically correct then I.
    "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that justifies it."Frederic Bastia

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