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"Teachers, parents, school kids, foster carers, NHS chaplains and others in everyday life must not be penalised for backing traditional marriage."

No! Not "traditional marriage"

*Normal* Marriage
*Normal* morals
*Normal* family
*Normal* Life
*Normal* Standards
*Normal* Decency
*Normal" Christian values.

Why do they compromise with Satan's little followers in politics and bureaucracy and use the deceitful language changes to confound the gullible. Such as "gay" which has nothing to do with sexual perversion and "traditional" which becomes the old way and not acceptable to modern intelligence???


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idaho wrote:
what was your point with that comment?
It has to do with "tea" and "sea"

This profound remark highlights Pester Mike's post regarding the fella in the bed recovering - versus - the fella who has a quiet steady perseverance to bear up during the provocations.

ps; Pester Mike is just another reprobate bound for hell in ignorance of the truth.


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As followers of Jesus Christ we should do nothing that Jesus Christ did not do
Jesus did not use computers.


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