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oldmanintheskydidntdoit



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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 19 2007,09:43   

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7151346.stm
 
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Asked whether he had ever taken illegal drugs, he replied: "I'm going to cast a veil over that. It's the one thing I agree with David Cameron on. I think politicians are entitled to a private life before they go into politics."

And asked if he believed in God, he said: "No."


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I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
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Peter Henderson



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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 19 2007,16:03   

In sharp contrast to this, the leader of the fourth largest UK party is a YEC:

http://www.answersingenesis.org/austral....000.asp

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Ian Paisley buys Creation Books

Following his address to the Northern Ireland Assembly on his recent UK tour to help the UK team in their huge task of reaching so many churches, AiG speaker Dr Tas Walker was interested to see leading politician Ian Paisley buying AiG books. All the Assembly members, and other prominent community members, were invited to this address. Giving a presentation the next day at the Giantís Causeway, Tas was surprised to find that a Paddy Murphy of Dublin had driven four hours to attend. Throughout the tour, many people expressed joy and thanks at having had questions answered and doubts resolved. In addition to the many scheduled talks, Tas also appeared on two BBC radio broadcasts. Around 2,350 adults and 290 children in total heard Creation presentations by Dr Walker. Praise God for the large amount of faith-strengthening materials now circulating in these communities.

  
JohnW



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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 19 2007,16:11   

Quote (Peter Henderson @ Dec. 19 2007,14:03)
In sharp contrast to this, the leader of the fourth largest UK party is a YEC:

http://www.answersingenesis.org/austral....000.asp

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Ian Paisley buys Creation Books

Following his address to the Northern Ireland Assembly on his recent UK tour to help the UK team in their huge task of reaching so many churches, AiG speaker Dr Tas Walker was interested to see leading politician Ian Paisley buying AiG books. All the Assembly members, and other prominent community members, were invited to this address. Giving a presentation the next day at the Giantís Causeway, Tas was surprised to find that a Paddy Murphy of Dublin had driven four hours to attend. Throughout the tour, many people expressed joy and thanks at having had questions answered and doubts resolved. In addition to the many scheduled talks, Tas also appeared on two BBC radio broadcasts. Around 2,350 adults and 290 children in total heard Creation presentations by Dr Walker. Praise God for the large amount of faith-strengthening materials now circulating in these communities.

My italics: I wouldn't like to go into a room full of Ulster fundies if my name was Paddy Murphy.  I wonder if he got out alive.

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George



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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 20 2007,08:08   

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IanBrown_101



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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 20 2007,08:30   

Quote (Peter Henderson @ Dec. 19 2007,22:03)
In sharp contrast to this, the leader of the fourth largest UK party is a YEC:

http://www.answersingenesis.org/austral....000.asp

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Ian Paisley buys Creation Books

Following his address to the Northern Ireland Assembly on his recent UK tour to help the UK team in their huge task of reaching so many churches, AiG speaker Dr Tas Walker was interested to see leading politician Ian Paisley buying AiG books. All the Assembly members, and other prominent community members, were invited to this address. Giving a presentation the next day at the Giantís Causeway, Tas was surprised to find that a Paddy Murphy of Dublin had driven four hours to attend. Throughout the tour, many people expressed joy and thanks at having had questions answered and doubts resolved. In addition to the many scheduled talks, Tas also appeared on two BBC radio broadcasts. Around 2,350 adults and 290 children in total heard Creation presentations by Dr Walker. Praise God for the large amount of faith-strengthening materials now circulating in these communities.

THEY are the fourth largest party?

Oh christ, yes, they won virtualy all the NI election seats, didn't they? Jesus H Christ......

Ian Paisley is a dick, and so is his son, I wish them both ill this festive season. Pair of gits.

(Note I am in no way admiring of the other side, I think McGuiness and Adams are equally vile. Well, not as vile, but equally contemptable.)

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You NEVER seem to address the fact that the grand majority of people supporting Darwinism in these on line forums and blogs are atheists. That doesn't seem to bother you guys in the least. - FtK

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Peter Henderson



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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 20 2007,13:50   

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THEY are the fourth largest party?


They are indeed Ian, having more MP's than both the Scottish and Welsh nationalists. Ian Paisley's other son, Kyle, is a pastor in Lowestoft (Suffolk in England) and frequently hosts AiG speakers.

The party (the DUP) is largely responsible for the recent flare-ups in both Lisburn and the Giant's Causeway (eagerly encouraged by AiG). The more moderate Ulster Unionist party didn't oppose them by the way.

  
IanBrown_101



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(Permalink) Posted: Dec. 21 2007,05:44   

Quote (Peter Henderson @ Dec. 20 2007,19:50)
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THEY are the fourth largest party?


They are indeed Ian, having more MP's than both the Scottish and Welsh nationalists. Ian Paisley's other son, Kyle, is a pastor in Lowestoft (Suffolk in England) and frequently hosts AiG speakers.

The party (the DUP) is largely responsible for the recent flare-ups in both Lisburn and the Giant's Causeway (eagerly encouraged by AiG). The more moderate Ulster Unionist party didn't oppose them by the way.

Who mentioned the UUP?

Adams and McGuiness lead Sinn Fťin. (For those who don't know, pronounced Shin Fayn, ony with an Irish accent)

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I'm not the fastest or the baddest or the fatest.

You NEVER seem to address the fact that the grand majority of people supporting Darwinism in these on line forums and blogs are atheists. That doesn't seem to bother you guys in the least. - FtK

Roddenberry is my God.

   
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