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Herald Press October 31, 2012
Larry Buzzard, a candidate for Huntington County Commisioner, said he met with Mourdock because he is a self-described "Mourdock fan" and has been one for 10 years. "I like his conservatism and his passion." he said."I believe in him and what he stands for."
October 31, 2012 at 07:52 PM
I've known Richard Mourdock for over 10 years. I base my opinion of him for what I have seen in that time and from numerous conversations with him not on a sound bite that has been edited to suit his opponents campaign commercials.
Richard is for a smaller government and more personal accountibility. I agree.
Richard was against the auto bailouts and financial bailouts. I agree.
Richard is a Republican. So am I.
Richard is pro-life. I am a Catholic and I believe in the sancity of life.
I don't think that makes me scary.I think those that know me well would tell you I'm a pretty fair guy. I respect differing opinions. I hope you respect mine.
If you would like to talk with me about any issue or topic, let me know. Hopefully you'll leave our discussion less scared
Larry Buzzard |
November 01, 2012 at 11:18 PM
I forgot to mention the biggest issue that separates Richard Mourdock (and myself) from Congressman Donnelly. THE REPEAL OF OBAMACARE!
There are many differences (politically and philosophically) between Richard Mourdock and Joe Donnelly. I agree on most issues with Richard Mourdock, and far far fewer with Joe Donnelly.
I have met Richard several times and I have never met anyone with more passion for the State of Indiana and this country than him.
Larry Buzzard |
November 02, 2012 at 08:11 AM
Larry do you also believe that a woman who gets raped and gets pregnant, that God intended that to happen. Also if it hadn't been for the auto bailout Bush's recession would have been a depression.
November 02, 2012 at 03:19 PM
If you're a christian how do you not think god has a plan and intended for a rape to happen?
We're told god is 1- all knowing. so he knew the rape would happen. 2- he's all powerful. so he knew the rape would happen and he had the power to stop it, but he didn't. 3- he has a plan for each of us. so it must be in his plan.
The bible is full of intentional rape and pillage in the name of god. Read it for once and find it for yourself. Disgusting crap is what it is.
All you have to do is think through the bullshit and you realize that god is an idea that has been passed down from generation to generation and was originally invented before science told us how the sun rises and sets everyday.
get over it people. god didn't intend for rape to happen because god isn't real. If he is real, then hell yes he intended for that rape to happen and screw him and his plan. But ralax. he isn't real.
An Atheist |
November 02, 2012 at 09:51 PM
Jim, without getting into a long theological discussion my short answer is no I don't believe God wants a pregnancy to result from a rape. I do believe we are all made in God's image and are here on this earth by his creation. As humans we all sin, and there is evil in this world, too much so.
We will all be judged by God when our time here on earth has ended. The Nicene Creed succinctly states the basis of the Catholic faith.
As far as the auto bailout, GM would have filed for backruptcy with or without the bailout. The bailout just provided financing from the taxpayer. As a GM stockholder I lost a significant amount of money. (Significant to me any way....) plus my tax dollars were taken. I was a double loser in the bailout.
If government has to prop up any business or industry the inevitability is that that business or industry will fail and no amount of government intervention can sustain it.... if you need proof just look at the USSR and how that worked out...
Larry Buzzard |
November 03, 2012 at 07:55 AM
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