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by Ohwiseone
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Stillhere

Gotta pull for the Badgers

Posted 22 days ago.

absolem

Ok...now for the big question...Wisconsin or Duke?

Posted 22 days ago.

absolem

Your clarification is appreciated.

Posted 22 days ago.

NasCarNut

I should have been more clear,the bishop agreed with the interviewer who was repeating what others feel...as for me i don't accept too many folks word on any matter...one of my many faults ;)

Posted 22 days ago.

absolem

The use of the term assume was an insurance word instead of the correct word "know" or "knew". I do not attend either. I believe the archbishop is incorrect in his belief...and most likely yourself as well. I would argue that the opposite is true. I believe that many of the world's religions have done more to save the human race from its ultimate self-inflicted demise. Secondly why would you accept the word from a man that accepts a false title assigned by nothing more than a glorified sinner? I don't.

Posted 22 days ago.

NasCarNut

yes, it would be safe to assume that...

funny thing, I was just watching meet the press and the archbishop of new york agrees that there's more death in the name of religion and has been for centuries...

Posted 22 days ago.

absolem

I saw the mention in the news about the drummers death. Strange circumstances..very similar to the death of a childhood friend about 6 years ago. Dead at the wheel before passing two cars and then speeding oblivious into an immovable conifer. Closed casket. Never got to see him....broke my heart. Still miss him to this day. I hope that everyone should be so fortunate to not only meet but share ones short existence with a truly wonderful and loving friend. It was a case of loving others as you love yourself. It does exist.. agape love.

Posted 22 days ago.

absolem

Is it safe to assume you did not participate in any early morning easter services?

Posted 22 days ago.

absolem

I still have not gotten a hurrumph from that guy.....political stage - setting along with sympathetic audiences go a long way in illustrating illusioned support. Unless of course you have to substitute the black curtain in lieu of actual guests...such as with the current liar-in-chief.

Posted 22 days ago.

NasCarNut

ACCENT Speakers Bureau is the student government-run speakers' bureau of the University of Florida.

I believe they bring in speakers the student body would like to hear...

Posted 22 days ago.

absolem

NCN...funny thing is.....the criticism is just that...funny. something akin to walking in with eyes blind -shut. I read about your post on the the Tampa Bay times political article about the same event. Should Hillary Dillary Duck decide to announce there, I feel certain that due to the classification under prior agreed to student contracts would yield the same circumstances but wildly different press.

Posted 22 days ago.

absolem

GO DUKE!!!!!

Posted 22 days ago.

Stillhere

yeah MOD I am rooting for Wisconsin too

Posted 23 days ago.

moderation

Take it to um, Wisconsin.

Posted 23 days ago.

NasCarNut

yep...herding students like cattle, is this another version of Right Wing Free-Dumb...more do as we say...or else??...sure seems like it...

Posted 23 days ago.

NasCarNut

Other Liberty students expressed their discontent on social media as well, including Facebook, Twitter, and Yik Yak, a mobile application that allows users to post anonymously by location and is popular on college campuses. Though Liberty students are used to mandatory Convocation, some squirmed at what felt like, to some, political exploitation and even a violation of rights.

Posted 23 days ago.

NasCarNut

By leaving out the mandatory element of the event, the media gave the illusion that [Cruz] had the support of all the students there,” Wittel said.  Ultimately,  he resorted to social media for protest, posting about his dissatisfaction on Facebook during the event.

Posted 23 days ago.

NasCarNut

Seeing the American flags handed out left Wittel with bitter feelings of political exploitation. “Nothing makes you feel more like a pawn than being told to hold this and sit down,” he said. But, Wittel sees logic behind holding the announcement at Liberty.

“It was a smart move. Liberty is probably one of the only places you have the guaranteed attendance of such a substantial number of young people, and that seemed like the clear purpose,” Wittel said.

Posted 23 days ago.

NasCarNut

All Wittel could do to show his disagreement was not to take the flag. Wittel said that when he asked his RA if he could be excused and not be forced into apparent political association, he was sternly reminded of school policy. Throughout the hour-long Convocation, Wittel said he was not allowed to leave.

Posted 23 days ago.

NasCarNut

By Alexandra Markovich

Ted Cruz became the first Republican candidate to officially announce his 2016 presidential campaign in front of an audience of 11,000 college students on March 23, 2015. The catch: they had to be there. Cruz made his announcement on Monday morning at Liberty University, where Convocation is mandatory to students living on campus at risk of a $10 fine for failing to attend.

well that's one sure way to have a big audience!!...

Posted 23 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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