Manitou there is something in the Spring Water is a good place to do all this...
Certainly a gay perspective that leaves out so much of the road to blessing that which needs therapy it is stunning.
A victory for disordered love, but not for the stability of the family, the safety of children, the moral ordering of society...just perversion run amuck.
What other sideline churches in Colorado Springs will be doing these blessings?
The real estate and development people have long been in control of this town...which is why we have water restrictions, over-development with no compensatory costs or fees for infrastructure, pure profit for the Broadmoor crowd.
This city has been mismanaged since Bob Isaac stepped down as city manager.
The mayor is living in denial about the true city demographic, council decisions are controlled by the new housing/development types, and no one seems to be capable of hiring people who have the spunk, skills, and ideas to stand up and make a difference. The growth in the use of consultants is a clear indicator that the dike is leaking and only stopgap measures are being taken.
The city's future is in question. Will it sink further into decay or become a thriving metropolis? That is the challenge to our current city leadership. My money is on the former.
Milligan is a far left whack job who is trying to recreate the city to be godless and valueless, she is anti-family and anti-religion, so of course she is not 'at the table'...we are not that sort of community, nor do we want to be...it is the path to hell.
As my experience as a young professional who also has grown up in this city, this city will always be full of corrupt good ole boys who never want to change or grow. The only hope for the youth who live in this dead end town is to move to Denver. I lived there briefly and it was so much better. The job situation is better, the people are friendlier, there's more to do up there, I feel safer up here (unlike here), there's open minded people unlike here, and the women are mega babes and aren't unreasonably stuck up like here. In fact I want to move back to Denver. This town gives me the creeps how backwards it is. Definitely more negatives than positives if you live here, especially if you are normal and college educated and not in the military.
There are contaminated sites all over this city. Doesn't anyone worry about the dust that blows off of "Gold Hill Mesa" into Old Colorado City? Our city's children are breathing that.... Or that our newest hospital is built on top of a landfill?
The Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing (HCPF) should be ashamed of themselves, the very problems that are occurring now were warned about by advocates last year http://www.joshuawinkler.com/MSB_Concerns.…. The Medical Services Board, the Governor appointed committee that approves Medicaid rules in Colorado, asked HCPF to stop using the tool at their April 12, 2013 meeting but the dep't refused. HCPF is mis-interpreting or over extending the federal requirements on documenting "medical necessity". Call HCPF, 303-866-3513, and the Governor's office, 303-866-2471, to voice your concerns.
I would not take children to America the Beautiful Park to play in the playground based on the test results for the one soil sample we took there. There are definitely carcinogens in the soil . I personally observed many clouds of dust spewing into the park during the demolition project.
Oh Please! This is child abuse.
Hey what do you call 1000 (city) lawyers at the bottom of the sea? A good start. Kat and Don should keep digital recorders on their person at all times. Anytime a city official comes by, hit record.
Fourth Grader's Gay Marriage Essay Goes Viral Posted: 04/24/2013 2:20 pm
A fourth grader's poignant plea for gay marriage is making the blogosphere rounds.
In the letter, which was originally posted on Reddit, reads, "As you can see gay people should have the right to get married and shouldn't judge other peoples lives because if you was gay you wouldn't want people talking about you." Check out the letter in full below:
Why gay people should be ablt to get married is you can’t stop two adult’s from getting married because there grown and it doesn’t matter if it creeps you out just get over it. And you should be happy for them because it’s a big moment in their life. When I went to my grandparents wedding it was the happies moment.
As you can see gay people should have the right to get married and you shouldn’t judge other peoples lives because if you wat gay you wouldn’t want people talking about you.
Buzzfeed and Towleroad have been among the various media outlets to subsequently post the letter. Children across the nation -- many of which have been raised by gay or lesbian parents -- have been making headlines after sounding off on marriage equality in a variety of different ways.
Actually marriage of husband and wife to become father and mother, to have children, and to care for them and raise them to be moral and productive citizens warrants tax benefits to help that happen.
The gay choice offers no such contribution to the stability of society, and like cigarettes should have sin tax placed on it.
Wow jinxx - what's with that town of yours? Are you the only one that reads? Do they have libraries in CS for all residents? Or are there only bibles and a creationism section?
So by your logic, the government should have nothing to do with marriage, of any kind, and all benefits / protections provided the government for married couples should be tossed out the window?
CapitalistPig, Last we checked, the city still owes Utilities $3.3 million for this property. At one point in the past, the city wanted Utilities to simply take the property back, but as far as we know, Utilities didn't do that. We'll check further. Thanks for the question.
It is the same as forcing us to underwrite abortions or the morning after pill. The job of government is to defend our freedom, not fund sin.
From his very mouth, for all George Soros lovers and defenders:
And K as well, as any other George Soros defenders, here is some reading material:
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