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  • dduck

    “the president took what has always been a non-partisan opportunity for national unity and used to promote his political agenda,” Hatch complained”

    Non-partisan: Is that true, then I will go agree with Hatch.

    I am a atheist, so it is all politics as far as I am concerned. A funeral, a wedding, a killing/murder/assassination, a rescue, all are good places to insert a talking point or a dig.

  • dduck, you would have made a fun pastor. Three points, a poem, and a dig. . . Sincerely, Pastor Doug. . . Or is it dig Doug.

  • dduck

    Thanks, Doug, it is sometimes hard to see above the bull**** both sides have piled on us.

  • zephyr

    Orrin Hatch (who should have retired long ago) has been an insufferable prig and hypocrite for ages. All he’s doing here is showing his true colors. There is no mystery about what Jesus stood for, he made it pretty clear. Point to Obama.

  • Jim Satterfield

    Is Utah capable of sending decent representation to congress? Between Hatch and Lee it’s a heck of a contest on which is the bigger fool.

  • zephyr

    I’ll never forget his grilling of Anita Hill. What an ass.

  • Rcoutme

    Jesus did not ignore the tax question, as Hatch claims. He was very definitive: PAY YOUR TAXES.

    His actual quote went something like give to Ceasar what is Ceasar’s and to God what is God’s.

    Further explanation can be found in the writings of the early Christians. They specified–you WILL pay your taxes.

  • slamfu

    How dare he mingle a bible quote in with policy at the NATIONAL PRAYER BREAKFAST. Lol.

  • slamfu

    Also, as Rcoutme says, Jesus spoke pretty plainly on this. In fact he spoke pretty plainly about a lot of things, all of which lead me to believe that Jesus would so be a raging Liberal Democrat today. Well, a raging Liberal anyways.

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