Hear why it’s sung here, oppositioner

Hear why it’s sung here, oppositioner August 27, 2012

“Traditional journalism jobs may be dwindling, but the Internet offers many new possibilities for writers.” (via AZspot)

“If our self-government fails us, it is because we have listened to the fundamental heresy that our national government is something alien to us.”

“Conservatives cannot govern well for the same reason that vegetarians cannot prepare a world-class boeuf bourguignon: If you believe that what you are called upon to do is wrong, you are not likely to do it very well.”

Giving more money to those who do not have much is better for the economy.”

“Churches and food banks across the country don’t have the capacity to help every person in need. And they won’t magically gain that capacity if we cut SNAP.”

“The First Amendment can and should protect religious institutions from performing a ceremony they feel is counter to their doctrine, but it should not be invoked to prevent the State from recognizing that ceremony if performed privately or by another religious institution without such prohibitions.”

Paul Ryan honors Jesus while disavowing his ethical teaching, and denounces Ayn Rand while clinging to her Antichrist ethics.”

“Bishop Tebartz-van Elst, 52, doesn’t only embrace luxury when he travels to India to visit poor children and nuns.”

“We want Muslim neighbours to denounce extremists in their religion around the world? We Christians need to do the same.”

“With such problems in their heart, spelling is probably low on their list of priorities.”

“It dehumanized white people in the sense that their understanding of what it means to be human is limited by race.”

“Some are actual heroes; some are war criminals on behalf of ‘one of the worst [causes] for which a people ever fought’ and then terrorists on behalf of apartheid.”

“I think that what needed changing is attitudes, or myself, or maybe some other people I know.”

“Phyllis, because she came first, especially had a lot more walls to knock down.”

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