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Re: “UPDATE: Bible verse gets Mikey going, again

This is what you get in a country that you all are---even if you have good intentions---CENSORING education and America's youth on what the facts and truth claims are of the worlds religions....

America's future Generals ( and even some today) will not be able to identify What ideas and what religions hold to those ideas that make them America's enemy's.

http://www.wnd.com/2014/03/christians-throats-slit-in-pagan-slaughterhouse/#wjky0ILztk5VsO48.01

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Posted by hot stuff on 03/19/2014 at 11:19 AM

Re: “UPDATE: Bible verse gets Mikey going, again

Hear is some more proof that you all--and the leadership of the Academy don't understand the U.S. constitution and the rights our founders envisioned. Because the Constitution is a Christian Document.

James Madison agreed with Benjamin Franklin that the U.S. constitution is a Christian document. Madison wrote the Federalist papers.
He said about the U.S. constitution

"The real wonder is that the Constitution Convention overcame so many difficulties and to overcome them with so much agreement was as unprecedented as unexpected. It is impossible for the pious man, not to Recognize in it a Finger of that Almighty hand, which was so frequently extended to us in the critical stages of the Revolution."

In other words, Madison said: Nobody thought this was going to happen. Its amazing to me we overcame all the difficulties, but having done it, its impossible for any God fearing person NOT to recognize, IN THE CONSTITUTION, a finger of that Almighty hand, which we saw, SO OFTEN in the Revolution.

What would Alexander Hamilton? say on the matter of the solders rights under the constitution?

Hamilton also wrote the Federalist papers, as well as the constitution...

"For my own part, I sincerely esteemed the Constitution as system which, without the finger of God; Never could have been suggested and agreed upon by such a diversity of interest. So much difficulty , so many differences, there is no way I believe this came to be without the finger of God ."

THIS DOSE NOT SOUND LIKE A SECUALR DOCUMENT---ACCORDING TO THE PEOPLE WHO WORTE IT....so why would you not let those who defend it, not express the intent of what it says? Sounds like you all are for fascism and forcing your view, which is not the Constitutional view, on everyone else.....and if your view is NOT constitutional, Then how can it be considered American?

George Washington, the PRESEDENT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION...THE GUY WHO GUIDED IT ALL.

What did he say the constitution was all about?

"It appears to me, little sort of a miracle, it demonstrates, as visibly the finger of Providence as any possible event in the course of human affairs, can ever designate it."

That was General George Washington....saying you show me anywhere in history where you find God doing something and its not any greater then what we saw happen hear at the Constitutional Convention.

What do you guys think? Tell George Washington he is wrong, that the PRESEDENT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION dose not understand the constitution as well as, you guys....educated into imbasitlty...is how I would classify all you free thinkers who are fighting to force your anti-American view down the minds of school kids.

How about Benjamin Rush? He singed the Declaration, and after 3 days of our Military and Governmental leaders, taking 3 days to pray and plead with God publicly to help with the constitution. ( so unconstitutional right, guys? all you history experts? )

Benjamin Rush saw...."I do not believe that the constitution was the offspring of Devine inspiration, but I am as perfectly satisfied saying that it is , as much the work of Divine providence as any of the miracles recorded in the old and new testaments."

He is saying, the same as Franklin, when he said its not scripture...but take any miracle out of the whole Bible and the constitution is greater......That is saying something....and that is the ones who where their, who were eyewitnesses to the writing and who's words make up the constitution of the Great United States of America....

You all can ignore evidence and facts but don't make the new solders coming up to defend it as willfully ignorant and wrong about the people and their great words that made America free and great.

By the way, the first Amendment is part of the Christian Constitution. Before you all stand up to change the intent of the document that has produced the longest democratic/Republic in the history of mankind. You better not GUT THE SOURCE OF THE IDEAS THAT MADE THE CONSTITUTION.

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Posted by hot stuff on 03/19/2014 at 11:16 AM

Re: “UPDATE: Bible verse gets Mikey going, again

Mr.K-- and anyone else who "thinks" they know American history...

Thomas Jefferson HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH THE FIRST AMENDMENT!!! HE WAS IN EUROPE WHEN THEY SPENT WEKKS AND WEEKS ARGUING OUT THE FOUNDAITON OF OUR GOVERNMENT. ( who's the idiot?) Mr K, Qurudori, and Brandon Longcrier-- You all want to take a handful words of Jefferson--( separation of church and state" out of context from a private letter and ELEVATE IT ABOVE THE U.S. CONSTITUTION?) From a guy who was not even in the country when they wrote the first amendment!!!! Only form a liberal viewpoint, that ignores the facts, will anyone have the arrogance to say a private letter is more constitutional then the constitution itself. And then use that source as an "expert opinion" on what the first amendment was intended to do.


How do you think the States picked their representatives, To attend the Constitutional Convention? From the lowest social people of the state, or from the political leaders of each state? Try looking something up, before you open your uniformed opinions to the public.

Mr. K, if they only copied the constitution from one state,,,,then why did the constitutional convention take so long?

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Posted by hot stuff on 03/19/2014 at 11:00 AM

Re: “AFA superintendent talks religion

Hear is some more proof that you all--and the leadership of the Academy don't understand the U.S. constitution and the rights our founders envisioned. Because the Constitution is a Christian Document.

James Madison agreed with Benjamin Franklin that the U.S. constitution is a Christian document. Madison wrote the Federalist papers.
He said about the U.S. constitution

"The real wonder is that the Constitution Convention overcame so many difficulties and to overcome them with so much agreement was as unprecedented as unexpected. It is impossible for the pious man, not to Recognize in it a Finger of that Almighty hand, which was so frequently extended to us in the critical stages of the Revolution."

In other words, Madison said: Nobody thought this was going to happen. Its amazing to me we overcame all the difficulties, but having done it, its impossible for any God fearing person NOT to recognize, IN THE CONSTITUTION, a finger of that Almighty hand, which we saw, SO OFTEN in the Revolution.

What would Alexander Hamilton? say on the matter of the solders rights under the constitution?

Hamilton also wrote the Federalist papers, as well as the constitution...

"For my own part, I sincerely esteemed the Constitution as system which, without the finger of God; Never could have been suggested and agreed upon by such a diversity of interest. So much difficulty , so many differences, there is no way I believe this came to be without the finger of God ."

THIS DOSE NOT SOUND LIKE A SECUALR DOCUMENT---ACCORDING TO THE PEOPLE WHO WORTE IT....so why would you not let those who defend it, not express the intent of what it says? Sounds like you all are for fascism and forcing your view, which is not the Constitutional view, on everyone else.....and if your view is NOT constitutional, Then how can it be considered American?

George Washington, the PRESEDENT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION...THE GUY WHO GUIDED IT ALL.

What did he say the constitution was all about?

"It appears to me, little sort of a miracle, it demonstrates, as visibly the finger of Providence as any possible event in the course of human affairs, can ever designate it."

That was General George Washington....saying you show me anywhere in history where you find God doing something and its not any greater then what we saw happen hear at the Constitutional Convention.

What do you guys think? Tell George Washington he is wrong, that the PRESEDENT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION dose not understand the constitution as well as, you guys....educated into imbasitlty...is how I would classify all you free thinkers who are fighting to force your anti-American view down the minds of school kids.

How about Benjamin Rush? He singed the Declaration, and after 3 days of our Military and Governmental leaders, taking 3 days to pray and plead with God publicly to help with the constitution. ( so unconstitutional right, guys? all you history experts? )

Benjamin Rush saw...."I do not believe that the constitution was the offspring of Devine inspiration, but I am as perfectly satisfied saying that it is , as much the work of Divine providence as any of the miracles recorded in the old and new testaments."

He is saying, the same as Franklin, when he said its not scripture...but take any miracle out of the whole Bible and the constitution is greater......That is saying something....and that is the ones who where their, who were eyewitnesses to the writing and who's words make up the constitution of the Great United States of America....

You all can ignore evidence and facts but don't make the new solders coming up to defend it as willfully ignorant and wrong about the people and their great words that made America free and great.

By the way, the first Amendment is part of the Christian Constitution. Before you all stand up to change the intent of the document that has produced the longest democratic/Republic in the history of mankind. You better not GUT THE SOURCE OF THE IDEAS THAT MADE THE CONSTITUTION.

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Posted by hot stuff on 03/18/2014 at 11:38 AM

Re: “AFA superintendent talks religion

Neil Talbott, and Thomas Jefferson, Mr. K--

The idea that a higher ranking officer propagating their belief's...what makes them, who they are...is so, so so, new to America.

Since our Constitution, the one we have all sworn to uphold is a Christian document. Dose it make any sense to come up with a policy to our leaders keep their core values to themselves?

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I can give you 7 reasons why our constitution is a Christian Document.

The first reason is from the finished Document itself. From the words of the ones who wrote it and what THEY said about it.

Ben Franklin was a level headed man, who was also the oldest man in the Constitutional convention ( that is where they wrote the U.S. Constitution) Franklin was the "wise sage," the voice of sanity.
After 2 or 5 weeks of arguing at the start of the convention, he called for a "time of prayer." ( now, according to the view of Mickey and all you is that this would be unconstitutional and unprofessional, but yet they took 3 days off to prayer and fast for God to act in the writing of the constitution?)

George Washington ( no higher of a leader in the American military has their ever been) He said in his diary, that after they adjourned for the 3 days of going to church and praying to the God of the Bible. They had pastor William Rogers pray a specific prayer over the Constitutional Convention. This prayer was printed on the front page of the Philadelphia News. ( a bit larger then a white board of a students hallway)

Delegates like Jonathan Daton said. "The whole atmosphere was changed."

10 weeks latter they came out with a Document. It looked like they were falling apart when they took that 3 day recess.

What did Franklin think of it?

HE said at the close of the convention, "I beg I may not understand to infer, that our General convention was divinely inspired when it formed the new Constitution. But I must own that I have so much faith in the General government of the world by Providence that I can hardly conceive a transaction of such momentous importance should be suffered to pass without being influenced, guided, and governed by that omnipotent, omnipresent, and beneficent ruler in whom all inferior spirits live, move, and have their being."
( this Is Benjamin Franklin directly quoting form the Bible in Acts 17;28) He should have been punished, Right guys!!! ( If only Benjamin Franklin knew what the constitution was about as much as you all)

Let me restate what Franklin said again, in other words....He said the Constitution is not inspired like scripture, but I ( Benjamin Franklin) is telling you there is no way this document came into being without God doing this.

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Posted by hot stuff on 03/18/2014 at 11:07 AM

Re: “AFA superintendent talks religion

Mr. K
With all due respect, you are way off base.
The first four drafts of the 1st Amendment they used the word "denomination" not "religion." Clearly they were fine with the government propagating the truth claims of the "Christian" religion. Today to many people read the words of the Constitution in light of "their" context and not in the eyes of the people who wrote it. And to many people don't speak like they know, when they don't bother to read the documents, itself, let alone being honest enough to find out what the "intent" was of the founders.

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Posted by hot stuff on 03/18/2014 at 10:39 AM

Re: “UPDATE: Bible verse gets Mikey going, again

Gurudori.

The very fact that there were churches in government at the state level, from the same people who were governors of those states also wrote the First Amendment. Shows you're missing the point of the Constitution. If not freedom from God. The ideas in the Bible from the God of the Bible is why you have freedom to even post on this page.

The idea that all men are created equal is only only only an idea, not of the teachings of the Bible. No other worldview would seep everybody is equal.

Because my God says you have a put on my essay created man cannot give you that you Value.But it doesn't mean all ideas have value. I can disagree with your ideas, and still treat you as somebody created in the image of my God. That's called tolerance, and that's what should be taught for leaders to be true leaders, not to bury that amazing truth claim that is spelled out in our Declaration of Independence.

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Posted by hot stuff on 03/15/2014 at 12:01 PM

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