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More odd stuff I say on Facebook….

24 Sep


Jesus on the wall of the senior Home

Jesus on the wall of the senior Home (Photo credit: freestone)


Another “blessing” of aging is that I seem to have become lactose intolerant.


A lot of people may get the wrong idea that I hate Christians and Christianity, and this is not the case. Many people who I care about, family and friends, are Christians. Why I tend to be opposed to Christianity in general is because it seems to me that most Christians I see these days don’t follow the examples of Jesus, which is about loving people and helping those who need help, but rather follow “White American Jesus” who believes in hate and violence and selfishness. I think another name for “White American Jesus” would be the AntiChrist. Those “Christians” who follow the path of evil are those who I will consistently speak out against since they constantly threaten my friends and family, and with to turn our world into a dark, evil place in the name of Jesus.


If people want to argue with me on Facebook on one of my posts, I have no problem with that. Bring it on. I love debate. But if you’re going to do so, then be ready to argue. If you’re the type of gets hurt feelings when someone disagrees with you, don’t enter into an argument with me. I’m very passionate about truth, justice, and peace. I hate dishonesty, injustice, and hate.






11 Sep


How is it that a party that considers itself to be the more patriotic party can be so un-American?  They call our President a fascist, but they don’t believe in equal rights.  They don’t believe in equal pay for both genders.  They don’t believe in the same rights for all Americans regardless of sexual orientation.  They don’t believe in the government giving money to the poor who need it, but are fine with the rich getting lots of money from the government (and less taxes).  They oppose immigration, despite that being what created our nation.  They don’t believe in religious freedom, unless it’s freedom to practice whichever version of Christianity you wish.  They get angry and feel persecuted because they aren’t allowed to force their religious beliefs on everyone else.  And isn’t that how we got started?  Escaping to America so we can practice our own religious beliefs and not having them forced upon us?

I’m voting for equality.  I’m voting to live in a world of peace and not hate.  I’m voting to have freedom.  I’m voting because I’d love to live in a nation where we are allowed to do what’s right.