Hell in a HandBasket (believe, pray, marriage, Christian)
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The controversy over Miss California's answer to a loaded question is a clear picture of where this country is headed...to hell in a handbasket. She was asked this question by an openly gay judge, and because he didn't like her response she lost. Check out what he says about her in his blog video linked below. I know these things are supposed to happen because we live in the end of days, but I pray that America wakes up before it becomes Babylon. The more states that legalize gay marriage the closer God's judgment is going to be.
14If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
I think the nail sinker was when she stated "In my country..." I don't know if it was necessarily what she believed was right for herself as when she claimed territory over where we ALL live... and we all know we all have different opinions in America... I think thats probably what upset most not what she was raised with or feels is right for her family... but I could be wrong... thats just what I got out of the clip.
I don't know about the left.. I tend not to generalize (although the conservative Christian right is bat **** crazy)..
however, I think Perez Hilton is a tool.. He was a tool before this.. he is still a tool.
I do find it absolutely laugh out loud hilarious that you are complaining about a pageant.. that espouses pride and vanity to its core...
but hey.. thats just me.
I could care less about the pageant, and I agree about the pride and vanity.
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