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Trump isn't a good role model for Christian youth? No sh*t, Sherlock. But I guess that is what passes for a deep insight for a Republican. 

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/gop-senator-says-trump-isnt-a-role-model-for-young-people/ar-BBYrjge?ocid=spartandhp

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Washington — Republican Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma criticized President Trump for his tweets and language, saying he doesn't believe the president is someone who young people can look up to.

"I don't think that President Trump as a person is a role model for a lot of different youth," Lankford said on "Face the Nation." "I don't like the way that he tweets, some of the things that he says, his word choices at times are not my word choices. He comes across with more New York City swagger than I do from the Midwest and definitely not the way that I'm raising my kids."

Lankford is a member of a weekly prayer breakfast held in the Senate, where members of the upper chamber come together to pray, sing hymns and swap stories. The Oklahoma Republican has a masters degree in divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and served as the director of student ministry for the Baptist Convention of Oklahoma and director of a Baptist youth camp before he was elected to Congress.

Lankford said he wishes Mr. Trump were more of a role model, but acknowledged he and the president are in lockstep on areas Lankford is "very passionate about," such as abortion and religious liberty.

"For people of faith, it's a bit of a conundrum at times that I look at some of the moral decisions that he's made and go, I disagree with that," the Oklahoma Republican said. "But he's also been very, very protective of areas like life and very protective of areas of religious liberty to be able to allow people to be able to live their faith out. And at the end of the day, what we're really looking for in an administration is folks that allow us to be able to live our principles."

 

 

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5 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

That's true. Maybe a true Christian would, but that has nothing to do with Trump.

 

 

Trump doesn’t claim to be a role model for Christians.  He only defends their rights to practice their religious beliefs after being attacked by Obama and the Dems for 8 years

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1 hour ago, EltonJohnson said:

Why anyone would want to live a Christian lifestyle is a mystery.  

 

A Trump lifestyle is much better.   

you nailed it. the two are mutually exclusive. you cannot worship god and mammon, trump and the spirit of truth.

try as they may they end up in the ditch.

rightist Christianity is just a front. they don't worship god or jesus, they worship trump.

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29 minutes ago, EltonJohnson said:

 

 

Trump doesn’t claim to be a role model for Christians.  He only defends their rights to practice their religious beliefs after being attacked by Obama and the Dems for 8 years

yes of course the poor fake Christians were oppressed by the commie negro. 

so what are their beliefs?

well, certainly not the truth as they don't want the truth told about trump.

certainly not helping the least among us since the more toxic fake Christians cheered trump caging children.

certainly not loving thy neighbor. so what exactly do they believe?

not much that jesus taught apparently

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1 hour ago, EltonJohnson said:

 

 

Trump doesn’t claim to be a role model for Christians.  He only defends their rights to practice their religious beliefs after being attacked by Obama and the Dems for 8 years

Yep

 

"Progressive activist Michael Moore thinks President Trump will win again in 2020. He notes that Trump’s support in the important swing states hasn’t budged and that Republicans are fired up to support the president, especially in the wake of the impeachment vote."

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5 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

Trump isn't a good role model for Christian youth? No sh*t, Sherlock. But I guess that is what passes for a deep insight for a Republican. 

In a world with terrorists, people being sold into sex slavery, Christians beheaded for their beliefs, we need to make sure our president is child safe. Give me a break.

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6 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

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Trump isn't a good role model for Christian youth? No sh*t, Sherlock. But I guess that is what passes for a deep insight for a Republican. 

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/gop-senator-says-trump-isnt-a-role-model-for-young-people/ar-BBYrjge?ocid=spartandhp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

Washington — Republican Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma criticized President Trump for his tweets and language, saying he doesn't believe the president is someone who young people can look up to.

"I don't think that President Trump as a person is a role model for a lot of different youth," Lankford said on "Face the Nation." "I don't like the way that he tweets, some of the things that he says, his word choices at times are not my word choices. He comes across with more New York City swagger than I do from the Midwest and definitely not the way that I'm raising my kids."

Lankford is a member of a weekly prayer breakfast held in the Senate, where members of the upper chamber come together to pray, sing hymns and swap stories. The Oklahoma Republican has a masters degree in divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and served as the director of student ministry for the Baptist Convention of Oklahoma and director of a Baptist youth camp before he was elected to Congress.

Lankford said he wishes Mr. Trump were more of a role model, but acknowledged he and the president are in lockstep on areas Lankford is "very passionate about," such as abortion and religious liberty.

"For people of faith, it's a bit of a conundrum at times that I look at some of the moral decisions that he's made and go, I disagree with that," the Oklahoma Republican said. "But he's also been very, very protective of areas like life and very protective of areas of religious liberty to be able to allow people to be able to live their faith out. And at the end of the day, what we're really looking for in an administration is folks that allow us to be able to live our principles."

 

 

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Your children are adapting to slavery, Trump is fighting but you don't want your children learning about any of that, you want your children to be conforming with the system.  The male horse is removed from the herd, the female horse teaches the offspring how to eat food from the masters hand. These children are learning socialist gangster crap in schools and they are shooting people in the back out on the streets, this person lives inside a gated community with security guards.

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56 minutes ago, NeoConvict said:

In a world with terrorists, people being sold into sex slavery, Christians beheaded for their beliefs, we need to make sure our president is child safe. Give me a break.

 

Well, sure, if you want to get all 'putting things in perspective' on me. 

 

 

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I like Melania, but I never noticed that she has a great porn star face.

 

 

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36 minutes ago, Chongo said:

 

Your children are adapting to slavery, Trump is fighting but you don't want your children learning about any of that, you want your children to be conforming with the system.  The male horse is removed from the herd, the female horse teaches the offspring how to eat food from the masters hand. These children are learning socialist gangster crap in schools and they are shooting people in the back out on the streets, this person lives inside a gated community with security guards.

 

Where do I start? A bit too discursive to respond to. Get out a pad of paper and write the following affirmation fifteen times:  "I will focus."

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3 hours ago, drvoke said:

 

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Trump isn't a good role model for Christian youth? No sh*t, Sherlock. But I guess that is what passes for a deep insight for a Republican. 

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/gop-senator-says-trump-isnt-a-role-model-for-young-people/ar-BBYrjge?ocid=spartandhp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

Washington — Republican Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma criticized President Trump for his tweets and language, saying he doesn't believe the president is someone who young people can look up to.

"I don't think that President Trump as a person is a role model for a lot of different youth," Lankford said on "Face the Nation." "I don't like the way that he tweets, some of the things that he says, his word choices at times are not my word choices. He comes across with more New York City swagger than I do from the Midwest and definitely not the way that I'm raising my kids."

Lankford is a member of a weekly prayer breakfast held in the Senate, where members of the upper chamber come together to pray, sing hymns and swap stories. The Oklahoma Republican has a masters degree in divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and served as the director of student ministry for the Baptist Convention of Oklahoma and director of a Baptist youth camp before he was elected to Congress.

Lankford said he wishes Mr. Trump were more of a role model, but acknowledged he and the president are in lockstep on areas Lankford is "very passionate about," such as abortion and religious liberty.

"For people of faith, it's a bit of a conundrum at times that I look at some of the moral decisions that he's made and go, I disagree with that," the Oklahoma Republican said. "But he's also been very, very protective of areas like life and very protective of areas of religious liberty to be able to allow people to be able to live their faith out. And at the end of the day, what we're really looking for in an administration is folks that allow us to be able to live our principles."

 

 

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You know you are losing when you need to dig up this kind of non-story .....

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3 minutes ago, drvoke said:

 

Where do I start? A bit too discursive to respond to. Get out a pad of paper and write the following affirmation fifteen times:  "I will focus."

 

A response, OK, USA children are adapting to monarchical socialist class and group enslavement (not freedom, individual freedoms or freedom of speech etc.)  and this will be effecting all Americans. This republican guy is just lucky that doctors have not tried to change his pre puberty children's sex from male to female or female to male etc..

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If any parent is letting their child look to a politician in Washington as a role model...we just identified at least 50% of the problem with the upcoming generation.  Children should look to their PARENT as a role model.  In my opinion, if you cannot be a good role model for children...you should not have/produce children.

 

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