Washington Post article - Knocking guy

by Dagney 14 Replies latest jw friends

  • purplesofa

    The fact that Jehovah's Witnesses don't vote against gay marriage is because they don't frigging vote AT ALL, you bozo! And it certainly is NO commentary on their beliefs about openness or freedom. Not only do they not want you to marry... they want you dead! The only reason they do not participate in your destruction themselves is because they are eagerly awaiting your destruction by their God, who will do a more complete job than they would.

    If the JW plan goes as planned, they will be the government ruling the Earth. It will not matter at all that Joel thinks they are right about anything. It won't matter that JW's or Mormans are active or not active concerning PROP 8. His support for them only brings his own destruction. I find what he does conflicting. But, I have to hand it to him, he has learned how to work both systems with no doubt a monitary gain.


    This article is posted on a JW site, it will be interesting to see the responses to it.

  • purplesofa

    The only thing I can come up with regarding his support of JW's is that deep down he believes as they do, it is wrong to be gay.

    Gaining rights for minorities is one thing, trying to change whats written in the bible and expecting support for it is another, as in Homosexuality.

  • Witness 007
    Witness 007

    Witnesses promote freedom and democracy for all.....before they die in a hail of fiery Jehova boulders from heaven!...yeah!

  • Jankyn

    Joel Engardio is still trying to get his momma's love and approval. He hasn't yet accepted that she's in a cult, and her love and approval is contingent on his doing what he's told. One of these days, he'll wake up; you can't win the love of a cult-mind, because they have no love to give.

  • drew sagan
    drew sagan

    Thanks for pointing out those quotes cabasilas, a good find.

    Confession said:

    The fact that Jehovah's Witnesses don't vote against gay marriage is because they don't frigging vote AT ALL, you bozo!

    Exactly. Is Joes suggesting that if somebody is part of a conservative fundamentalist religion they should excuse themselves from the political process? What is he really driving at. If he laid it out with specifics the arguement would fall flat, so it's better to do it through suggestion.

    Again, the fact that JWs excuse themselves from the political process tells us nothing about how the process should function. Should people be involved in the political process at all? Should they reconsider the way they go about it? According to Joel it seems that he wants to tell the political fundamentalists "get lost", but has no real great argument for doing so. This is a democracy dumbass, and if you disagree with people you better come up with a better reason to combat ideas you disagree with than showcase an insular religion like JWs as a shining example.

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