http://newamericandream.net/top_button_issue.html

JUDY PLANK:

Beyond the good work Quakers do, I became a Quaker to still be Christian and not accept that Jesus died for my sins. The Lutheran faith I was born into really preached that.

I didn't want the guilt of having someone die a couple thousand years ago for something I did wrong now. If I screwed-up I should step up and take responsibility.

I didn't want anyone dying for my screw-up.
No facts that I possess, just the knowledge that hero after hero of mine have come to violent mysterious deaths. I suppose I can't blame the death of Jesus on the U.S. government, but in my lifetime and since it's founding, the U.S. first response to a "problem" is to kill it.
NAD: Do you have hope in Obama?

Why?

Why not?


JUDY PLANK:

I don't believe in hope.

Hope sets up expectations.

We just need to do what we need to do to help him do the right thing. Not sure how to do that, but it's at least time for beginning.


I found this site while tooling around the web, the things some libs will say. :eek: