Trump says churches are essential businesses

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  • #46468
    Vitalogy
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    I say go for it. Pack the church, sing loud, shake hands, and have some holy water. What could go wrong?

    #46469
    Broadway
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    and it’s constitutional…yeah!

    #46470
    Andrew
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    Trump is just pandering, obviously.

    I’m all in favor of everyone who mutually contents to be careless getting together and accepting the consequences…as long as they can’t infect others and have to be wait listed for hospital care if others who weren’t careless took precautions.

    #46479
    nosignalallnoise
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    Pandering.

    #46480
    mwdxer1
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    Most of the churches on the Oregon Coast have a lot of old people. If the people want to go, they will, if not they wont. Just because something is opened up does not mean people will attend. Most older people I know are concerned with their health.

    #46481
    lastday
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    Big Orange Turd Trump could not care less about churches except if the action he takes will get him some votes.

    #46484
    Broadway
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    #46485
    lastday
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    Common sense. Social contract.

    Todd Starnes? Who?

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Todd_Starnes

    Todd Starnes (born October 28, 1967) is an American far-right columnist, commentator, author and radio host. He has appeared on Fox and Friends and Hannity.[1] In June 2017, Starnes began hosting a syndicated talk radio show on Fox News Radio.[2] In October 2019 he was fired from Fox News and all affiliates after he endorsed the notion that American Democrats worship a pagan god, Moloch.[3][4]

    Moloch the god of child sacrifice

    The cult of Moloch — who is also called Molech — is said to have boiled children alive in the bowels of a big, bronze statue with the body of a man and the head of a bull.

    #46486
    Vitalogy
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    Time to tax churches.

    #46487
    lastday
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    That artist’s representation of Moloch has an uncanny resemblance to a mashup of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.

    #46488
    lastday
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    Broadway, do you sincerely believe the city will destroy the church literally, as in bulldoze it into rubble? Or is it being made financially insolvent like say Hertz and JC Penney? Thus having the effect of being “destroyed”? I mean movie theaters, airlines, cruise ships, theme parks, and restaurants are being “destroyed” financially, although there are no bulldozers or wrecking balls or scrap metal crushing machinery involved.

    #46490
    Chris_Taylor
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    “The Church”, in the true biblical sense, is not a building, its the people. Early Christians would meet in houses or in small gatherings out of the mainstream.

    Time for some of today’s church leaders to rethink what their spiritual forefathers and mothers saw as “the church.”

    #46493
    edselehr
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    Trump is bundling opening churches with opening up the economy.

    Which says a lot about so many, many churches in America today.

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