Read Breitbart for a few months and get back to me. Breitbart is invariably one of the RW sites that tries to back every single statement by Trump about his actions and sow disinformation about the Mueller investigation whenever there is the least opportunity. If there's a glimmer of a chance Breitbart can twist an element of a story into something that exonerates Trump in the Trump-Russia investigation, they're on it. They oftentimes will write extremely short entries, not even real stories, when they're trying to shill twisted news that is not on solid ground when they take the story from another web site. They'll cut out the parts of the original story that run contrary to what they're saying. Voila, Trump wins again or the anti-Trump forces are proven to be treasonous again. It doesn't matter that Rep. Paul Ryan and several other major Republicans have admitted there was sufficient justification for the DOJ to have used a confidential informant. Nope, they believe Trump was spied on and that spies were implanted in his campaign.
Why shouldn't the unlucky qualify. Single payer would just cover everybody. No questions asked.
At least - - - You're HEARING it clear and loud. No excuses like: "I didn't know."
...because you think that 50 Shades of Graaay is a sexy, romantic movie...
You are simply rattling off stuff that you learned from your bible or from the purveyors of your religion. You are unlikely to impress many people with that. What you need to do to persuade people is to come up with some original thoughts of your own.
The parable only makes sense if one is led to believe the workers must honor the landowner [savior] on his terms in order to attain everlasting salvation.
I?m not really interested in arguing semantics.
so, is this the Dominion cult you continue to refer to?
Because slavery is not antithetical to Christianity. A Christian can be a slave as easy he can a freeman. The slavery we attribute to early American history is not the same slavery as antiquity. You could volunteer to be a slave to pay off a debt, its called indentured servitude. In reality, Paul and Jesus spoke to the heart of the matter and 1800 years matter slavery began its slow decline into the dustbin of history.
So why are oil companies still using petroleum geologists to find oil, and not quacks like Geller?
I think is not a source or data.
So you're saying politicians have no obligation to meet the needs and will of the people? That the vile maxim is in effect and the will of the people usurped?