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Tuesday, May 05, 2009



What a touching story. I wonder if they'll enjoy recounting it in front of God and the millions of Americans who never got to see the light of day thanks to people like them, who made it safely out of the womb. In the words of Dickens, Oh to hear the insect on the leaf pronouncing on the the too much life among his hungry brothers in the dust.


How sad and nauseating! It gets harder and harder to see Jesus Christ in people like Biden....that a person could be that joyful over tearing babies apart, I just can't understand it. I'm tired of being told that you can't judge a person even when their actions show what they are. I know, I know only God can judge their soul and I'm so glad it's his job but still......Here in Delaware we are now stuck with a wimpy Bishop who is afraid to tell Biden to abstain from communion. But what communion does Biden take, he is in communion with noone but himself. The Devil's legions just keep growing. The waiting room to hell is getting bigger and bigger.

May God help us all!


"We started running through the crowd toward each other, and when we met, we embraced, laughing and crying.”

My goodness. It sounds like some sort of warped hybrid of Gone With The Wind and Brokeback Mountain.


The sad thing is, I can totally see Biden doing it. He's the world's biggest ham.

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