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JackRiddler

(24,979 posts)
66. Like Republicans, you must not believe in empirical evidence!
Mon Jun 16, 2014, 09:05 AM
Jun 2014

The same hypothesis was proposed in 2008, and it failed.

And how about you lay off finding ways to label people you disagree with as "Republicans"? (I have only responded in kind.) It is a corrupt practice.

I support whoever the D nominee is and believe JaneyVee Jun 2014 #1
So amazing that 47 percent of the voters are not supporting Hillary in the primaries yeoman6987 Jun 2014 #26
you mean voters on DU? wyldwolf Jun 2014 #31
Not really. joshcryer Jun 2014 #34
DU only represents DU, not the real world. Beacool Jun 2014 #42
She will not be the nominee, but if she is I will of course vote for her! Logical Jun 2014 #43
No, it's not amazing at all. JackRiddler Jun 2014 #45
Don't worry the moderates, centrist corporate third way type of Dems will support her Exposethefrauds Jun 2014 #56
Chicago is in the Bible Belt? Beacool Jun 2014 #41
Illinois considered the bible belt? Stellar Jun 2014 #55
I respect and admire Hillary, if the bible was the biggest influence on any politician Autumn Jun 2014 #2
sh'es full of beans but has to say that elehhhhna Jun 2014 #23
Find me a politician who doesn't bring out their religion. Autumn Jun 2014 #25
I'll ONLY support Hillary if Politicalboi Jun 2014 #3
No, infact I doubt she actually religous. Shoulders of Giants Jun 2014 #4
I file that under the heading "Self Serving Political Bullshit" Stinky The Clown Jun 2014 #5
That would be accurate. Enthusiast Jun 2014 #51
I Expect, Sir, That Like Most Who Cite That Book The Magistrate Jun 2014 #6
Perhaps as she was growing up. I think today it might be her bank-book (I'll still vote for her!). WinkyDink Jun 2014 #7
I'll give her the benefit of the doubt. BootinUp Jun 2014 #8
Does her bible have the Book of Goldman-Sachs in it? HooptieWagon Jun 2014 #9
LOL! SammyWinstonJack Jun 2014 #68
I'll support Clinton if she's the nominee although she's not my first choice aint_no_life_nowhere Jun 2014 #10
This message was self-deleted by its author Little Star Jun 2014 #11
Machiavelli wrote the bible? Tierra_y_Libertad Jun 2014 #12
ouch! Puzzledtraveller Jun 2014 #35
... Enthusiast Jun 2014 #50
Not for one second. Iggo Jun 2014 #13
"Do unto others as you would have done unto you". Nye Bevan Jun 2014 #14
Lot's of good stuff like intaglio Jun 2014 #57
Here is where she stated it..... Little Star Jun 2014 #15
I don't know. Maybe, if by that she means Christian socail and spiritual teachings Tom Rinaldo Jun 2014 #16
Whatever it takes to defeat the republican candidate for POTUS in 2016. Walk away Jun 2014 #17
lol, very pragmatic. BootinUp Jun 2014 #18
Who says Clinton is a strong candidate? JackRiddler Jun 2014 #46
You must have graduated from the republican school of math! Walk away Jun 2014 #58
Like Republicans, you must not believe in empirical evidence! JackRiddler Jun 2014 #66
Keep dreaming that DU dream! Who is your imaginary POTUS? Walk away Jun 2014 #69
I don't care whether or not is is or if she said it or under what conditions. Meh. uppityperson Jun 2014 #19
Here is 1st Timothy 2:11-15. Bluenorthwest Jun 2014 #20
She is NOT a rightwing religionist. Period. It's easily proven that she is not: freshwest Jun 2014 #21
Presumably not. JackRiddler Jun 2014 #47
She said it for the fundie vote...who cares if it's true: let's remember the big picture. ileus Jun 2014 #22
You mean the vote she'll never get? JackRiddler Jun 2014 #48
There are plenty of Bill fans that remember the 90's as being great. ileus Jun 2014 #60
Only she knows if it's true and why she said it. Boomerproud Jun 2014 #24
Where is the option Caretha Jun 2014 #27
Credibility is not Hillary's strong point. immoderate Jun 2014 #28
Nope, I think calculated ambition is (n/t) Spider Jerusalem Jun 2014 #29
I don't support her as a primary... Scootaloo Jun 2014 #30
Wait, if we say we DO NOT believe her, does that also mean we think she is a liar? kelly1mm Jun 2014 #32
To quote Dr. House LostOne4Ever Jun 2014 #33
What "primary" are you talking about???????? George II Jun 2014 #36
The Democratic Presidential Primary - I'm sorry if that wasn't clear. nt el_bryanto Jun 2014 #39
There is "a" presidential primary? George II Jun 2014 #40
Thank you for being so technical - I think most people knew what I meant el_bryanto Jun 2014 #61
Cool, never knew that, who are the primary candidates I can't find a list anywhere snooper2 Jun 2014 #64
we are still far enough out that most of them are theoretical - but Hillary Clinton at the moment el_bryanto Jun 2014 #65
No need..... George II Jun 2014 #67
There are primary elections in all States, that cycle will take up right after Nov elections Bluenorthwest Jun 2014 #62
Don't support her. If I did that statement alone would end it. Religion poisons everything. nt Demo_Chris Jun 2014 #37
my exact sentiment. nt m-lekktor Jun 2014 #59
Nah. Profit motive. [n/t] Maedhros Jun 2014 #38
It's no one's business but her own. Beacool Jun 2014 #44
I think she said it because she was pandering to the dummies. Enthusiast Jun 2014 #49
I like to think the statement is not true. JNelson6563 Jun 2014 #52
What is very worrying is that she says so. longship Jun 2014 #53
I haven't made up my mind about the primaries, and I don't know enough about Hillary's thought Warren DeMontague Jun 2014 #54
christian thought goes thru and thu this nation dembotoz Jun 2014 #63
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