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29 Aug 2014, 11:43 pm

Well played.Nice they didn't see the loophole comming.
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2014/07/2 ... tail=email


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30 Aug 2014, 1:01 am

Satanists. When you need the most experienced trolls.



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30 Aug 2014, 1:57 am

Yes, modern Satanists make a fool out of the devil and modern anti-Christ leaning traditional religions, but they are among the only so called atheists smart enough to use religion to their advantage, as evidenced in the article linked here. :)

In the sense that they understand that God the metaphor, thereof, exists inside of them, not in a fairy tale of some folks who want to control other folks.

And so called atheists tend to call it science, that is only a scribe for the metaphor of GOD, aka how the whole thing works interdependently together, in Pantheism.

Luciferianism, is a kinder gentler version, than Satanists as Satanists believe in selfishness and hurting folks that get in the way, but Luciferianism retains mythology, i. e. the angel Lucifer as a real entity as part of their real world view.

The bottom line is:

The truth can and will set one free.

More or less, along the lines of what the real reported dude Yeshua aka Jesus is reported as saying in words of effect and affect in the English 1959 translated version of the Gospel of Thomas, as a Yogi/Classical Pantheist leaning dude, kind of like me.

http://www.sacred-texts.com/chr/thomas.htm


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31 Aug 2014, 12:52 pm

Hobby Lobby had messed up reasoning. And the Supreme Court had messed up reasoning. The general idea that Hobby Lobby should be able to craft the work contract how they like regarding benefits they like is a good idea. And that should be regardless of any reason (including religion.) However, the decision is messed up because it isn't universal and is doing nothing more than pandering to a few religious people rather than securing the rights of everyone. And all the evidence and proof and everything concerning the case avoided the singular issue of the case.
The case could be likened to an old form of divination/gambling where a chicken would run around with it's head off and then if it falls a certain way that is the decision... wait, I think I now understand what the Supreme Court does behind those closed doors.