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Religion We Can Do Without

For both sides.

Does this minister really truly consider himself a Christian??

http://thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/worley-40-years-ago-gays-wouldve-hung-bless-god-from-a-white-oak-tree/politics/2012/05/23/40000

The Negative Confession

I have been asked in another forum who had a moral code before the one established by the judeo-chritian moral code. I informed the gentleman that the correct name should be the egyptian-judeo-christian moral code as Moses was an Egyptian priest (if he existed at all) and he surely would have known about The Negative Confession found in the Egyptian Book of the Dead. The Negative Confession contains 6 of the 10Cs.

http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/literature/religious/bd125b.html

How I see it.

I look at the bigger picture. I especially like to see things as symbolism. In the upcoming Presidential election if Romney wins it means America still needs to learn the negative lesson about greed. If Obama wins it means we learned our lesson and will move forward with new thought, technology and alternative energy programs.

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TED Finally Posted The Income Inequality Speech You Weren’t Supposed To See

A MUST watch!

http://www.businessinsider.com/ted-finally-posted-the-income-inequality-speech-you-werent-supposed-to-see-2012-5

Mitt Romney

I’m not a fan of Mitt Romney. He represents all that is wrong with America – greed and lies. He claims Bain Capital was used to create jobs. That’s a lie. Bain Capital was created to make money for his investors. That some jobs were created was by chance. When he ran for Governor he claimed he created 10,000 jobs – that he said that is documented. Today he is claiming he created 100,000 jobs a claim that can’t be substantiated.

But what are his plans to make it easier to create new jobs? Are they any different from George Bush’s? Big business doesn’t see the employee as an asset but rather a liability. They try to get along with the fewest employees and make their employees work the job of two or three people.

Under George Bush and the Republican controlled Congress, America lost over 43,000 manufacturing plants and all the jobs associated with those plants went to foreign countries. The multi-national corporations don’t pledge allegiance to America. They don’t pledge allegiance to any one county. They could care less about America.

The Republicans are willing to break the backs of the middle class to balance the budget, while the give-aways to corporations, especially those making billions in profits, are untouchable.  The reason we are in so much debt isn’t and can’t be attributed to Obama but to Bush and the tax cuts without spending cuts he and the Republicans created. If you believe otherwise, then please leave your thoughts. By the way, Obama has instituted less regulations to date, then Bush.

The wealthy do NOT create jobs.

“I can say with confidence that rich people  don’t create jobs, nor do businesses, large or small. What does lead to more  employment is a “circle of life” like feedback loop between customers and  businesses. And only consumers can set in motion this virtuous cycle of  increasing demand and hiring. In this sense, an ordinary middle-class consumer  is far more of a job creator than a capitalist like me.

So when businesspeople take credit  for creating jobs, it’s a little like squirrels taking credit for creating  evolution. In fact, it’s the other way around.

Anyone who’s ever run a business  knows that hiring more people is a capitalists course of last resort, something  we do only when increasing customer demand requires it.  In this sense,  calling ourselves job creators isn’t just inaccurate, it’s  disingenuous.

That’s why our current policies are  so upside down. When you have a tax system in which most of the exemptions and  the lowest rates benefit the richest, all in the name of job creation, all that  happens is that the rich get richer.”

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/this-billionaire-venture-capitalist-gave-a-ted-talk-saying-rich-people-dont-create-jobs–and-ted-is-refusing-to-post-it-2012-5#ixzz1vAIx0Opw