I don't have time to reply to all the comments I receive or even to accept them all, but here are a few recent ones and my replies.
1. Mrs. Pendergraft, I think you would be a great person if you gave life a chance.
Reply: Thank you. However, let me point out that not once - never ever - have I felt the need or had the time to leave comments of disagreement or innuendo, or insult to anyone regardless of age, race, or sex. Why? because I have a very meaningful, joyful, full life.
2. Hmmm, you hate "non-whites" but you go to places that are predominately non white. Why don't you go to Europe to be around your own kind.
Reply: Please tell me where I said I hate anybody. Don't put words in my mouth. That is very childish. Also, I didn't move to Jamaica or Mexico. I visited as I have before. I was very careful though because in these "non-white" areas crimes against women and children (and others) are prolific. Trip to Europe - would love it - unfortunately Europe has the same immigration problems as the U.S., Canada, and Australia. I bet that if all the Mexicans in Mexico switched places with all the whites in the U.S. - that in just a few generations, there would be a massive influx of non-whites trying to get into Mexico!
3. Dear Rachel Pendergraft,
I couldn't have said it better myself. You shine like a bright white ray of hope that perhaps America isn't going to Hell (excuse my profanity) after all, as long as there are angels like you in power.
I can't thank you enough for closing the minds of our children and desperately trying to preach the truth. It's so admirable that you are oblivious to the fact that you sound like a fucking idiot, and I feel bad that you weren't born in the 17th century where you would have been much happier. Wake the hell up, the world belongs to everyone, and you are NOT going to stop gays from getting married or interracial mixing, no matter how pathetically hard you try.
It's very clever the way the KKK is now trying to make themselves look like a bunch of loving teddy bears.. jerks. At least they were honest 80 years ago and didn't pretend that they weren't hatred-filled bastards.
I understand that you are afraid that white Christians are dying out, which is why you think that they should not dirty their blood by mixing with people of other races, or *gulp* wretched Jews. Well neither of my parents were Christian, so I guess my being half Chinese and half Jewish won't bother you too much, despite the fact that according to your demonic beliefs, I shouldn't even exist.
Well, I'm here, so as long as the damage is already done, I think I'll make some more interracial babies. I might even get an abortion or two if it happens before I'm ready. Or maybe I'll just marry a girl. Then we'll go to Church on Sundays and pretend to be God-fearing Christians.
Oh, and since it is in my blood already, I plan to take over the news and media with my evil Jew powers and cause some more messes for you proud, heroic White Christians to clean up. Good luck.
Reply: I think you need therapy and maybe a new relationship - whatever relationship you are in now doesn't seem to be doin' it for you. What a miserable and unhappy person.
4. Mrs. Pendergraft,
While I appreciate your candor, I think that you should research your facts before you decide to start such conversation.
Daniel Webster was in fact not a Christian, but a Universal Unitarian. Members of this church do not necessarily identify themselves as Christians, nor do they adhere to Christian beliefs. They actually value many beliefs of various religions, such as Judaism and Buddhism.
Reply: First, here are quotes from the man and then be sure to read the rest about this subject. I don't blame you for not knowing. There is a lot about America that isn't taught any longer.
"Our ancestors established their system of government on morality and religious sentiment. Moral habits, they believed, cannot safely be entrusted on any other foundation than religious principle, not any government secure which is not supported by moral habits.... Whatever makes men good Christians, makes them good citizens." - Daniel Webster
"A man with no sense of religious duty is he whom the Scriptures describe in such terse but terrific language, as living "without God in the world." Such a man is out of his proper being, out of the circle of all his duties, out of the circle of all his happiness, and away, far, far away, from the purposes of his creation."
And the disciples were called Christians first at Antioch.(Bible--&The Acts&*ch. XI, v. 26*} Whatever makes men good Christians, makes them good citizens."
"If there be any thing in my style of thought to be commended, the credit is due to my kind parents in instilling into my mind an early love of the Scriptures."
"Philosophical argument, especially that drawn from the vastness of the universe, in comparison with the insignificance of this globe, has sometimes shaken my reason for the faith that is in me; but my heart has always assured and reassured me that the gospel of Jesus Christ must be a divine reality. The Sermon on the Mount cannot merely be a human production. This belief enters into the very depth of my consciences"
"The longer I live the more highly so I estimate the Christian Sabbath, and the more grateful do I feel towards those who impress its importance on the community."
"The Bible is a book of faith, and a book of doctrine, and a book of morals, and a book of religion, of especial revelation from God."
Quotes above should suffice to show his Christian beliefs. Furthermore, he supported laws which only allowed professing Christians to hold public office. In addition, The Unitarian "church" of today is not the same as its predecessor. The Universalist church came out of the Congregational churches of New England. They - like our founding fathers and mothers did not like all of the doctrinal argument and fighting that resulted from so many different denominations. They felt those minor doctrinal disagreements should be set aside with the emphasis placed on Christian living "an occupy till I come" philosophy taken from Scripture. They were indeed stalwart Christians who intended on being the "Salt of the Earth." This dislike for doctrinal fighting is what led Jefferson to stating in his infamous letter to the Danbury Baptists that there would not be an official "church" of the nation and that the govt. would not interfere with the churches - using the phrase separation of church and state - a phrase familiar to the Baptists who likened the church to a garden. But the official "religion" of the U.S. was Christianity (ruled three separate times by U.S. Supreme Court and agreed upon in numerous treaties, proclamations, laws, mandates, and rights of the states to enter the union.
Yes, Daniel Webster was a Christian - and citing some fact from Wikipedia about the modern Universalist church has nothing to do with the church's origin, their original beliefs, or the fact that Daniel Webster (and all those others that folks like to point out as supposed non-Christians) was in fact a Christian and follower of Jesus Christ.
My statement stands as fact!
5. I accidentally deleted the next comment I was going to remark on - but it was some rubble about my claiming that Sotomayor was in support of gay rights and that she had never made any statements about it which just proves how ignorant I am.
Okay, lets take this real slow so you can keep up. Try to read my actual comment very carefully. I know you can do it if you try real hard.
My comment was:
I haven't seen anything specifically pertaining to her support of homosexual marriage or in favor of criminalizing speech against the homosexual agenda. But I am going to go out on a limb and suggest that as she is a favorite of Obama, and Obama is in support of the sodomite agenda that she is too. Will the last remaining brave preachers, and men and women of America who speak out against this abomination, be thrown in jail by the likes of an activist judge like Sotamayor? I definitely think its a real possibility.
Well that was fun! Hope you enjoyed my comments to the comments.