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Post by T on Thu Sep 28, 2017 6:09 am

Roy Moore

1. Homosexuality should be illegal
He has likened it to bestiality, and called it "abhorrent, immoral, detestable, a crime against nature, and a violation of the laws of nature and of nature's God upon which this nation and our laws are predicated". His refusal to issue marriage certificates to gay couples cost him his place on the bench for a second time.

2. God's wrath is felt on Earth
Moore has suggested that the 11 September 2001 attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon were a sign of God's divine anger. "Sounds a little bit like the Pentagon" he remarked after reading a Bible passage about "the great slaughter when the towers will fall". He has also said that violent crimes in the US such as murder and rape are "happening because we have forgotten God".

3. 'Red and yellows' don't get along
He appeared to use pejorative racial terms for Asians and Native Americans at a rally this month."We have blacks and whites fighting, reds and yellows fighting, Democrats and Republicans fighting, men and women fighting. What's going to unite us? What's going to bring us back together? A president? A Congress? No. It's going to be God."

4. Darwin was wrong
"There's no such thing as evolution," he told the Washington Post less than a week before the election. "That we came from a snake? No I don't believe that."

5. Islam is a 'false religion'
It is also a threat to US laws, Moore claims. Over the summer he falsely alleged that Sharia law was already being enforced in parts of the states of Illinois and Indiana, offering no evidence.

6. The law comes from God
"God is the only source of our law, liberty and government," he said from the debate stage last week.

7. He thinks he's like Putin
In August he directly praised the Russian president Vladimir Putin for his gay rights stance, saying "maybe he's more akin to me than I know". The comment came after he described the US as "the focus of evil in the world" because "we promote a lot of bad things".

8. Obama might not be US-born
Trump's predecessor was disqualified to be president, Moore claimed as far back as 2008. The so-called "birther" theory, alleging that Obama was born in Kenya, was heavily promoted by Donald Trump until very late in his campaign.

9. He writes poetry
And he has occasionally been known to give live renditions. One said: "Babies piled in dumpsters, Abortion on demand/ Oh Sweet land of liberty; your house is on the sand."

10. A Ten Commandments sculpture is worth fighting for
He was dismissed from the Alabama Supreme Court after he refused a federal order to remove a massive stone statue of the Ten Commandments from inside his courthouse.

....and he has NO IDEA who or what the "Dreamers" are.

Never heard of them...

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Post by T on Sat Oct 07, 2017 10:02 pm

This must drive the Trumpery/Moore types crazy. applause
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Transgender boy from Lebanon voted Homecoming King

NORTH BERWICK, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - The transgender boy from Lebanon who transferred to Noble High School was voted Homecoming King at Friday nights football game. The announcement of Stiles Zuschlag as King came at halftime of Noble’s game between Noble and Greely.

Zuschlag said, “My heart kind of dropped I was extremely shocked and excited I felt like crying - it was the most surreal thing that's ever happened to me and I hadn't even been there a month yet”

Zuschlag transferred to Noble after he says he was asked to leave Tri-City Christian whistling  Academy in Somersworth, N.H. because of his gender identity. He says he is settling into his new life in public school.

The administrators at Noble say that Stiles is not their first transgender student.

WCSH6.com

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