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Monday, June 9, 2008

At the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point , a group called Pointers for Life put up a display last month in honor of the nearly 4000 babies who are brutally and without remorse murdered and ripped from their mother’s wombs. A student by the name of Roderick King took offense, and went on a rampage, pulling up rows and rows of the crosses, even after a request to stop. He said it was his Constitutional right to do so. It was covered under the 1st amendment.

After watching the video of Mr. Roderick King’s rampage, I came to two conclusions.

Considering his mannerisms and body language, if the man is not gay, I would be extremely surprised.

I believe the crosses themselves are what set Mr. King off.

After all, the cross is an offense to the world.

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At 12:57 AM, Blogger Marshall Art said...

Isn't it funny how some people interpret the Constitution? A right to privacy, not mentioned in the Constitution, means one can kill one's own unborn child, and the 1st means you can vandalize and silence the public opinion of others.

Tolerance. Ain't it grand?

 
At 6:16 AM, Blogger Ms.Green said...

Exactly, Marshall. We Christians are told to be tolerant. Where is Roderick King's tolerance? Christians are called the haters - but that is a ploy to draw attention away from the true haters.

 

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