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As far as the Psychiatric associations are concerned, many of those associations consider Christians to be mentally ill, and therefore they are free to experiment on them or to eliminate them as a class “for the good of the children”. There is a place for those who consider others inferior, but that place should not be promoted in this country.
Miscreants write “history” books to satisfy their objectives, and then other miscreants make sure that we have to pay obscene prices for those books so that the children in the “public” “Schools” can be programmed to accept miscreants and their ways.
Those who fail to accept their ways are "mentally handicapped".
Posted by JohnMinn on 02/09 at 11:36 AM | #
Follow the accountants
Posted by chris on 02/09 at 01:23 AM | #
To destroy the Constitution and the U.S., enemies must destroy the concept that our rights come directly to the individual from nature or nature's God. Thus, destroying christianity is the key.
Posted by Ann on 02/08 at 08:41 PM | #
I'm a God fearing, Bible toting, gun owning, Conservative voting, United States military veteran........I'm f--ked.
Posted by Bob G on 02/08 at 08:25 PM | #
Obamacare and the DSM-5: Be Afraid; Be Very Afraid
Posted by Erik Rush on Feb 9, 2013 at 11:09 AM
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