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Cross questions are troubling

March 2, 2014

To the editor: This is in regards to the article that appeared in the Jan. 25 edition of the Herald-Star about the crosses in Stratton (“Stratton takes down crosses....

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Mar-08-14 8:24 PM

core has the Holy Spirit working on him. Instead of taking the intellectual chalange, he treats It as something akin to poison ivy.

He just can't stop scratching, as opposed to exploring.

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Mar-07-14 4:19 PM

Author unknown --- "The phrase 'separation of church and state' is found nowhere in the Constitution and the whole idea of separation of church and state was to prevent the government from interfering in matters of the church and to prevent establishment of a state adopted religion.

For those who are too stupid to understand, it was meant to keep the government out of church...not the church out of government!"

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Mar-07-14 3:27 PM

Mrcore was on another forum (he was booted from there several times too) and he would start these little "jihads" against Christians. He wasn't smart enough to understand that in small town America, we believe in God. He extended an open invitation to speak to church groups about atheism. What kind of******does that? He wasn't going to go there to speak civilly, he was going to go there to display his false intelligence to elderly women to make himself feel 6 feet tall. He started a big stink over the fireworks display, and something around Christmas once. He had half the town upset with him.

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Mar-07-14 8:15 AM

My question is, why does he care?

I have to think it makes him feel 6 feet tall. Also miserable people try as hard as they can to make others as miserable as them.

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Mar-03-14 10:46 AM

My question is, why does he care?

Is a cross in Stratton denying him rights? Did it cost him money? If so, there are many other constitutional items that cost him far more, if he pays any federal income tax at all.

I really think, if it is who I think it is, that the Holy Spirit is working inside him, and due to his nature, he is opposing with all his will.

A shame he doesn't use what will he has for hard work, and positive efforts.

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Mar-03-14 8:55 AM

I agree with RPG. It has been mentioned that this person was a member of the group FFRF ( The Freedom From Religion Foundation ). The FFRF are cowards and bullies they only attack small towns and villages that they figure can not, don't have the resources, or won't defend their rights.

The Alliance Defending Freedom organization (which has been very successful in defending traditional rights in the courts ) will defend this towns pro bono. Stratton did not need to capitulate so fast.

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Mar-02-14 10:18 AM

Actually, I do not believe that it was the work of anyone in Madison, WI. I have reason to believe that it was the work of a guy that goes by the name mrcore here until he was banned for vulgar behavior. I believe that when such a complaint is issued that the complaintant should have to state who he or she is. That way they cannot cower away and hide from the mess they created.

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Mar-02-14 9:41 AM

It will be OK.

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Mar-02-14 9:40 AM

Jesus said to pick up your cross and carry it as he did. Just putting a cross in the ground does not change the holy spirit living within you just as no one can remove the holy spirit from inside you.

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