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Old 04-27-2005, 05:58 PM   #196
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I can't recall the last time he said anything positive about them.

Well, I dunno about Bono....but often the poorer, rural more conservative fundamentalist churches give the most as far as money and other types of aid. I simply do not agree with any part of fundamentalist theology, but they must be doing something right....
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It was about a question of equality that Bono brought up in his quotes. Yes there is a religious base to it. But I think this thread has gotten far off track. I responded directly to Bono's quote in the last page or so....Nobody has responded to that post yet either.





i thought it was a very good post. i'm just not sure what i could add to it.
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I can't recall the last time he said anything positive about them.

HE spoke positively about Bush and about Jesse Helms.....in the book....which I was referring to when one member seems to think the book somehow is a complete separation of Bono from fundamentalism.
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HE spoke positively about Bush and about Jesse Helms.....in the book....which I was referring to when one member seems to think the book somehow is a complete separation of Bono from fundamentalism.
Bush is not a fundamentalist per se. Jesse Helms on the other hand, you've got yourself a point. Thanks for filling me in though, I forgot about the Jesse Helms bit,
I'd be surprised if he wasn't a fundie. now I remember it being mentioned a dozen pages earlier.
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Bush is not a fundamentalist per se.


He is a glorified frat-boy

Who has sold his soul to the fundamentalist wackos at Rove's behest to wield power.


There is no greatness in that broken man.
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He is a glorified frat-boy

Who has sold his soul to the fundamentalist wackos at Rove's behest to wield power.


There is no greatness in that broken man.


agreed.

Bush is the agreeable fraternity president.

who makes sure his brothers have enough roofies for the party on saturday.
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agreed.

Bush is the agreeable fraternity president.

who makes sure his brothers have enough roofies for the party on saturday.
Nothing like an 8-track flashback.
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Nothing like an 8-track flashback.
that would be splash back
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BUSH ASKS ABOUT 'SPLASH DAY'

President Bush raised eyebrows on Tuesday when he asked locals in Galveston, Texas: "Do you still have Splash Day?"

"Splash Day" is the annual "adult oriented enormous beach party" celebration on the Gulf Coast.

BUSH: Do you still have Splash Day?

(LAUGHTER)

BUSH: You have to be a baby boomer to know what I'm talking about.

(LAUGHTER)

BUSH: I'm not saying whether I came or not on Splash Day. I'm just saying, Do you have Splash Day?

(LAUGHTER)
"Splash Day" is now a fully gay and lesbian event on the beaches.
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Good for "fundamentalist" Georgie Dubya then.
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