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Old 08-23-2012, 08:43 PM  
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Rock Center with Brian Williams Doing a Hatchet Job on Mormonism...

How ****ing transparent can the mainstream media be? They constantly run interference for Hussein, and savage anyone who dares speak against their anointed one...

I wonder when NBC or CBS or ABC will do an expose on Reverend Wright's anti-American diatribes in prime time?
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Old 08-24-2012, 08:58 AM   #61
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Oh the irony. The left constantly screams about the separation of church and state and want all religion to be private and then run an expose on the the religion of one candidate who has yet to bring up said religious beliefs in his campaign. To me it looks like the left is injecting the very religion they want to keep separate from politics into politics.
Wanting to know what someone, a presidential candidate, believes is different than wanting a seperation of church and state.
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Old 08-24-2012, 08:58 AM   #62
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So what? Catholics and born agains believe a bunch of crazy shit too.
What religion doesn't have a bunch of crazy beliefs?
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:00 AM   #63
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What religion doesn't have a bunch of crazy beliefs?
you understand that's basically what he's saying, right?
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:00 AM   #64
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I believe my point was "So what?".
So if people believe batshit crazy stuff, perhaps that should be considered before voting for them.
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:00 AM   #65
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It can, that's the problem. I mean, who can't identify a donut? Unfit for office.
What do you mean "can't identify a donut"? I explained to you that he was trying to think of the specific name of the pastry, not the generic name. Is the ability to recognize a bear claw or an olykoeck necessary for running the country?
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:01 AM   #66
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Partial truths are often misleading.

Remember when I accurately said something about your extraordinary interest in horse dancing? You felt the need to clarify that your interest was only in ridiculing Romney for his wife's hobby. My statement was accurate, but you felt it was misleading. Had I intended to mislead people in an effort to damage you, it could have accurately been called a hit job.
So what was the partial truth in the NBC story?
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:03 AM   #67
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I'm sure it was accurate, but that doesn't mean it wasn't a hit job. And I don't have any negative views of Mormons or their church. Quite the opposite.

My understanding is that the NBC treatment involved finding a woman who had a relationship with a Mormon man and that elders from his church discouraged him from continuing the relationship by suggesting that if he were to marry her his marriage wouldn't be blessed (in the eyes of his church) and if they were to have children together their children wouldn't be blessed. It doesn't sound much different, in essence, than the way several other religions encourage marriages and child-rearing to be done according to their own beliefs. But depending on how the story is told and depending on who you get to tell it (in this case, the woman who apparently had a bit of an ax to grind), it becomes a hit job.

I was just channel surfing when I ran across the hit job.

First I saw an interview with some woman saying "My little girl asked me 'Why does our own church hate us so badly?' or some such crap, and then it immediately switched to some gay guy talking about how Mormons called him a monster, an abomination, wished he were dead, or whatever it was in the speech NBC had written for him.

Sounded like an impartial, objective piece of journalism, so I changed the channel and went in the bathroom and puked.
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:03 AM   #68
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Well, cosmo's so middle of the road it makes him fixate on trivial things about Romney.
The actual trivial things are just for my entertainment. Problem is, Mitt's supporters, made up mostly of people who hated him a couple months ago, consider EVERYTHING trivial if it reflects badly on him.
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:04 AM   #69
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So what was the partial truth in the NBC story?
The partial truth was that Mormons, like many other religions (although that part remains unstated), prefer their members to marry within their church and raise their kids within the religion and that this woman, who apparently was unwilling to do that, felt offended by the interference of her boyfriend's more religiously observant friends/family in her relationship.
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:04 AM   #70
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The actual trivial things are just for my entertainment. Problem is, Mitt's supporters, made up mostly of people who hated him a couple months ago, consider EVERYTHING trivial if it reflects badly on him.
So, basically like Obama supporters.
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:07 AM   #72
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I was just channel surfing when I ran across the hit job.

First I saw an interview with some woman saying "My little girl asked me 'Why does our own church hate us so badly?' or some such crap, and then it immediately switched to some gay guy talking about how Mormons called him a monster, an abomination, wished he were dead, or whatever it was in the speech NBC had written for him.

Sounded like an impartial, objective piece of journalism, so I changed the channel and went in the bathroom and puked.
Yeah, it was apparently just a bunch of anecdotes from people who either had an ax to grind or a negative experience rather than some church-wide scandalous revelation.
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:07 AM   #73
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What do you mean "can't identify a donut"? I explained to you that he was trying to think of the specific name of the pastry, not the generic name. Is the ability to recognize a bear claw or an olykoeck necessary for running the country?
Yes, you explained, and you get due credit for standing by your man and having the ability to know exactly what he was thinking at the time he struggled to identify a donut and settled on "chocolate goody."

For the record, I didn't bring any of this up today.
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From each according to his ability, to each according to his need. Sounds so reasonable on the surface.
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I was just channel surfing when I ran across the hit job.

Sounded like an impartial, objective piece of journalism, so I changed the channel and went in the bathroom and puked.
Ah, so you are a very credible source.
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