Ryan V Brinkerhoff 
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Re: “Sam Brownback's right turns shock and appall New York Times

Clarification (kind of to Jack ['s last name redacted because he's a Russian spy deep undercover]) about me:

i don't believe in the bible and don't believe it has any place in politics, i just think it's interesting how the modern incarnation of Repubs have convinced a generation of working class heroes to be pro-business in direct contrast to those peoples reliance on local industry to live, and based on selective focus of the policy a bearded superhero who reminded them to take care of each other and they would be taken care of.

btw(unrelated), Ron Paul is getting the shaft from conservatives. he's probably the best thing for the country right now and he's getting trampled and ignored because the buzzword spouting real estate advert looking "front-runners" are pandering to the sliver extremist factions and garnering sensationalist media coverage.

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Posted by Ryan V Brinkerhoff on 08/17/2011 at 2:21 PM

Re: “Sam Brownback's right turns shock and appall New York Times

Re-Response to Jack [doesn't have a last name because he can't even convince himself he's right]:

on wealth:
"...it is hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."
Matthew 19:23-24, Mark 10:24-25, and Luke 18:24-25.

you got me on faith being the price of miracles. maybe after obamacare starts easing the cost burden and suffering of the inexplicably conservative working poor they'll start to have faith in progressive policy.

in closing, Mathew 25: 31-46 kind of goes on and on about feeding the hungry and clothing the poor and yada yada. Acts 4:32-37 is pretty clearly stating that "No one claimed that any of their possessions was their own, but they shared everything they had."

come on, man, did you even read that book?

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Posted by Ryan V Brinkerhoff on 08/17/2011 at 1:57 PM

Re: “Sam Brownback's right turns shock and appall New York Times

i adore the irony that low and middle class constituencies push back against programs designed specifically to help them. as a humanist i abhor the right-wing quasi-religious corporate influence that has warped these poor peoples ideas of how govt intervention works, but i'm one of the lucky ones that escaped Kansas. good luck, Kansans. may the FSM protect you all. always remember, Jesus was a raging socialist who detested the concept of personal property(wealth) and gave free health care(miracles) to everyone he could.

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Posted by Ryan V Brinkerhoff on 08/17/2011 at 10:50 AM

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