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FRONT PAGE  |  7/31/2015
TUESDAY, SEP 3, 2013  |  38 comments
Sarah Palin jumps into Syria dispute

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is condemning President Obama’s decision to wage war in Syria, despite White House claims of documented proof President Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons against his own people.

“So we’re bombing Syria because Syria is bombing Syria? And I’m the idiot?” Palin asked. “President Obama wants America involved in Syria’s civil war pitting the antagonistic Assad regime against equally antagonistic Al Qaeda affiliated rebels. But he’s not quite sure which side is doing what, what the ultimate end game is, or even whose side we should be on.”

Thousands of Palin’s Facebook followers weighed in on her comments. Among the responses:

“Why does it look like Obama is always on the side of the radical Islamist?” ...


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News Item9/7/13 10:11 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Christopher000 wrote:
I'll take the blame. I figured it was my post about Saddam Hussein having weapons of mass destruction, but being given all the time in the world to hide them.
... Say my home is filled with drugs, the equipment and chems to make them, and illegal firearms. Someone rats me out to the cops, and a friendly detective calls me to tell say that someone snitched me out and that they will be stopping by on Monday, Sept. 7th at 9AM to search my home for these items.
Well, I have a lot of stuff to get rid of and not enough time. Monday comes and there's a knock at my door...it's the cops with a search warrant. I'm not ready to let them in, so I make another appt and send them away. I do this several more times, making appts for future dates. Finally, everything is cleared out and I'm ready. I call the detective saying, ok, you can stop by now. The detectives come, my home is searched, nothing is found, the detectives leave; apologizing profusely, and the snitch is blamed for lying, providing false info...
Thousands of dead bodies, killed by Hussein using Sarin, Tabul, and mustard gas, were found, and reported internationally, but naturally since no WMD's were found, it was assumed by Bush haters that he lied.
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News Item9/7/13 8:14 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I'll take the blame. I figured it was my post about Saddam Hussein having weapons of mass destruction, but being given all the time in the world to hide them.
I always looked at it like this: Say my home is filled with drugs, the equipment and chems to make them, and illegal firearms. Someone rats me out to the cops, and a friendly detective calls me to tell say that someone snitched me out and that they will be stopping by on Monday, Sept. 7th at 9AM to search my home for these items.
Well, I have a lot of stuff to get rid of and not enough time. Monday comes and there's a knock at my door...it's the cops with a search warrant. I'm not ready to let them in, so I make another appt and send them away. I do this several more times, making appts for future dates. Finally, everything is cleared out and I'm ready. I call the detective saying, ok, you can stop by now. The detectives come, my home is searched, nothing is found, the detectives leave; apologizing profusely, and the snitch is blamed for lying, providing false information, never trusted again, and talked about negatively to this day.
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News Item9/6/13 2:46 PM
Vladimir Putin | Russia  Find all comments by Vladimir Putin
I agree with Sarah.
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News Item9/6/13 1:00 PM
T2  Find all comments by T2
@penny:
Care to elaborate and name those who you called willful and ignorant?
Be specific.
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News Item9/6/13 12:55 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
penny wrote:
I can summarize this thread in two words:
willful ignorance.
Very interesting comment, especially since you don't identify the folks you think are willfully ignorant. That sort of taints everyone that disagrees with you. But to the point. In order to say someone is doing something willfully, you have to conclude they understand and know they are being misled and are willfully misleading others.

When someone says that someone is intentionally misleading others, they are identifying them with unbelievers who are trying to lead God's children astray.

I have accused several of people of doing that over a period of time and that is exactly what I meant; they are lost. But, when I do that I am specific as to who they are and why I concluded that.

Perhaps you should do that and then they could try and defend themselves or stop posting on the thread in question.

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News Item9/6/13 11:42 AM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Christopher000 wrote:
The Bible people here are simply discussing current issues in their spare time, using the Bible to do it, and are learning and growing as a result. If this particular group had been called to be witnessing abroad right now to Muslims or throughout their lives, I have no doubt they would be there now.
Seems to me that you kinda judged yourself at the same time. The entire Christian community isn't limited to this forum. There are hundreds of millions all over the Earth and they are witnessing to Muslims every single day, and being killed, beheaded, beaten, and imprisoned for it.
I just crack up when people accuse and condemn others simply because they happen to discuss current issues as if they are not doing and haven't done anything but their entire lives.
Hi Chris. I started to respond to this fellow yesterday, but got hung up with Mike. But, you said it better than I could have anyway. Thanks!
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News Item9/6/13 10:08 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I'm ignorant, but not willfully, well, maybe willfully...I hate politics. Never know who's telling the truth.
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News Item9/6/13 9:45 AM
willful ignorance  Find all comments by willful ignorance
penny wrote:
I can summarize this thread in two words:
willful ignorance.
as long as you include yourself in your assessment
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News Item9/6/13 9:22 AM
penny  Find all comments by penny
I can summarize this thread in two words:

willful ignorance.

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News Item9/6/13 7:33 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Hi US, I can't seem to find it but remember reading a post from you that I think mentioned Saddam in fact having weapons of mass destruction. I totally agree and always scratched my head over the cover up. Everyone must remember how much time he was given to hide and transport all of his goods. Remember how many times he sent the weapons inspectors packing? Even then there were reports of a lot of movement going into syria (or Pakistan)where the talking heads claimed he was being given all the time in the world to hide his stash before finally welcoming the inspectors to say, "see, no weapons here" That whole thing was always so odd to me He was given all the time he needed to hide everything, satellites saw the carvans on any given day, but everyone still insists there were never any weapons and because he didn't allow the inspectors in until his playground was clean.
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News Item9/6/13 6:57 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
The Bible people here are simply discussing current issues in their spare time, using the Bible to do it, and are learning and growing as a result. If this particular group had been called to be witnessing abroad right now to Muslims or throughout their lives, I have no doubt they would be there now.
Seems to me that you kinda judged yourself at the same time. The entire Christian community isn't limited to this forum. There are hundreds of millions all over the Earth and they are witnessing to Muslims every single day, and being killed, beheaded, beaten, and imprisoned for it.
I just crack up when people accuse and condemn others simply because they happen to discuss current issues as if they are not doing and haven't done anything but their entire lives.
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News Item9/5/13 7:28 PM
Issa Ahkbar  Find all comments by Issa Ahkbar
If True Christians Were More Interested In Evangelizing Mohammedans In Syria & Throughout The Arab/Arabic Speaking World; Maybe There Might Be Some Genuine Semblance Of Peace In The Middle-East Until Christ Jesus Comes To Establish Eternal Peace In The Middle-East & Throughout This Whole World !

My Point: Stop Preaching Politics & Start Preaching The Historic True Authorized Biblical Gospel Of The Lord Jesus Christ Of Nazareth In Israel, Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria And Unto The Uttermost Part Of The World !

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News Item9/5/13 7:13 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Mike wrote:
The honest issue? I like her, you don't. The rest is fluff.
Mike, do you still like her?

1. She is an avowed feminist. (By her own admission)
2. She is an egalitarian. (By her own admission)
3. She has chosen to be the primary breadwinner in her family. (by her outward conduct)
4. She has stated she is unsure of whether people are born homosexual. (By her own admission)
5. She has stated she doesn’t know what part God played in creation. (By her own admission)
6. She did not stay home with her children and nurture them, as Christian women should. She actually went back to work within 3 days of her last child being born. (by her own conduct)
7. She has stated that although Roe V. Wade should be overturned, the murder (my wording) of the unborn should then be left up to the states. (by her own admission)
8. She likes to refer to herself, and she is thought of by those who know her, as a pit-bull with lipstick (or sometimes as a momma grizzly) instead of someone with a gentle and quiet spirit. (by her own admission)
9. She has publicly stated that she admires and respects Hillary Clinton and Barak Obama. (her own statement)

Last one! This was just FYI.

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News Item9/5/13 6:08 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Mike wrote:
Why argue with a fellow pilgrim? But what the heck...
1) Don't know, wouldn't be surprised. I wasn't looking for evidence in the article to confirm whether she did or not.
2) Unless permission is granted. You said:
"Now had she said; “I ran this by my husband and he asked me to go public with my thoughts”, then it would have been somewhat more appropriate."

Yes, and I explained why I said it. Oh I stand by that comment.

You also said: "So, it doesn't matter whether or not she was correct or incorrect. She should not be a public figure - period." Not being "a public figure- period" strongly implies no speaking in public, don't you think?

No, it doesn’t imply that at all. But, it does imply that she shouldn’t "be" a public figure.

The honest issue? I like her, you don't. The rest is fluff.

I don’t know her, but from what I do know about her, I think she is simply an evangelical feminist who has misled the true church more than any other female I know.

Sarah said “anyone who says that women should stay at home with their small children when they have something to offer to society is a Neanderthal". I must be a Neanderthal; that is why you agree with her and not me.
Is that part of Titus 2?

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News Item9/5/13 5:05 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Frank wrote:
1. Do you think she discussed it with her husband first? I was using her past behavior to arrive at my "theoretical" conclusion.
2. No one said she wasn’t allowed to speak in public?
3. I never quoted the Koran; neither did Lady Virtue or the lady who called herself T2.
4. No one said a woman shouldn’t have backbone.
5. Does Titus 2:3-5 have any significance today?
Are you familiar with arguments of absurdity or strawman arguments?
Why argue with a fellow pilgrim? But what the heck...

1) Don't know, wouldn't be surprised. I wasn't looking for evidence in the article to confirm whether she did or not.

2) Unless permission is granted. You said:
"Now had she said; “I ran this by my husband and he asked me to go public with my thoughts”, then it would have been somewhat more appropriate."

You also said: "So, it doesn't matter whether or not she was correct or incorrect. She should not be a public figure - period."

Not being "a public figure- period" strongly implies no speaking in public, don't you think?
3) Never said you did.
4) Never said they did.
5) Sure.

Familiar with strawmen? Oh yes.

The honest issue? I like her, you don't. The rest is fluff.

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News Item9/5/13 4:20 PM
T2  Find all comments by T2
Sarah Palin has the backbone of American culture.....not Biblical womanhood.
Her family and it's lifestyle splashed all over the cheap tabloids and reality television programs.
Yep....a real role model for true biblical womanhood.....not!
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News Item9/5/13 4:09 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Mike wrote:
Nothing in the article says she didn't talk it over with her husband, Frank. If she did, it wouldn't be in the news anyway, why would it, unless a reporter was in the kitchen at the time? But I don't see a biblical requirement that a woman need husband's permission to speak in public. Maybe in the Koran.
I do thank the Lord there are a few women with backbone in this country. It is what happens when men cease to be men. And that is biblical.
1. Do you think she discussed it with her husband first? I was using her past behavior to arrive at my "theoretical" conclusion.
2. No one said she wasn’t allowed to speak in public?
3. I never quoted the Koran; neither did Lady Virtue or the lady who called herself T2.
4. No one said a woman shouldn’t have backbone.
5. Does Titus 2:3-5 have any significance today?

Are you familiar with arguments of absurdity or strawman arguments?

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News Item9/5/13 3:22 PM
Koljic  Find all comments by Koljic
Palin is right, America and the western nations should stay out of Syria. Iraq and Afghanistan demonstrate that western intervention makes no difference to muslims. After we leave and restore (ha ha) democracy??? they carry on slaughtering each other and its obvious "Suni" and "Shi.ite" will never agree and settle down to a civilised existence.

Save your men and resources America and let the muslims get on with what they will continue to do anyway.

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News Item9/5/13 3:08 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Frank wrote:
I read the article and I didn’t notice that Mrs. Palin ran her comments by her husband to see if he agreed or disagree with her. Surely to bomb a country or to not bomb it has “moral” consequences both for the church and for secular society. So, who is leading this family; Sarah or her husband. Now had she said; “I ran this by my husband and he asked me to go public with my thoughts”, then it would have been somewhat more appropriate. Sarah’s relevancy should be as a wife and mother; not as a public figure. When I think of her; I think of an evangelical feminist; not a wife and mother. I am pretty sure that is what Lady Virtue was alluding to.
So, it doesn't matter whether or not she was correct or incorrect. She should not be a public figure - period.
Nothing in the article says she didn't talk it over with her husband, Frank. If she did, it wouldn't be in the news anyway, why would it, unless a reporter was in the kitchen at the time? But I don't see a biblical requirement that a woman need husband's permission to speak in public. Maybe in the Koran.

I do thank the Lord there are a few women with backbone in this country. It is what happens when men cease to be men. And that is biblical.

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News Item9/5/13 1:35 PM
penny  Find all comments by penny
Mike -- this ain't a civil war, its a gold rush. you betcha. (thought I would add some Sarah style to my comment)
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