You have not needed to. You have openly advocated for actions that bring about lynch mobs.
So, given the plethora of possibilities and unintended consequences that could fall out of calling for some justice on Benghazi, I'm now guilty of every quantum mechanical potential result?
What we need to do is figure out how to convert your nonsense to gold, so we can pay off the national debt.
He does not appear to be in favor of those activities, and one can certainly argue from the way he describes him that he fears them.
So, go ahead: argue this point with certainty. Stand and deliver. Show me how, in your opinion, you can get from the words used in their context to "he fears them".
My counter-argument is that you're tampering with what he said, in a manner to discredit him, and then attempting to worm your way out of it.
But I've gotten past expecting anything resembling reasoned, lucid argumentation from you.
And, I'm pretty sure that all the anti-homosexual references in the New Testament are added by Paul, who was trying to twist the teachings of Jesus to fit his own personal/political agenda.
That's a theory, but ignores the fact that the New Testament merely restates the Old Testament for a Hellenistic setting. There isn't a single fresh idea in the New; it all flows clearly from the Old. All of it.
Your attempts to suggest otherwise, too, are false.
conservative commentator Mark Steyn spoke out against the groups he said were behind the hostile reactions to the remarks made by "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson made to GQ magazine about homosexuality and sin.
"I think in a strange way, this is the biggest story of the day, the week, the month," Steyn told fill-in host Rep.
That is clearly the tack your über-tolerant Lefty style seems to be taking.
is the most powerful cult leader this country has seen in at least the past 100 years.
Which probably explains his brace of Presidential election victories.
Are you OK? Seriously, you seem increasingly confined to your own private Idaho.