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This is exactly what I thought of when I saw his speech.
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Woot! Jeremy runnels kicks ass! 
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Chad Watson

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haha, of course.
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), self-appointed "sage voice" of the Senate, apparently also considers himself the spokeman fo...
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I have never respected Hatch.
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The third and final installment in a three-part series examining the extremist elements involved in the takeover of the Malheur refuge in Oregon.
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Thousands of Mormons are resigning from the LDS Church over its new and spiteful anti-gay policies. Lewis Black reads one teen's resignation letter that is hysterical.
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Sister Sarah

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Husband warming up some hot chocolate and thought I would check in to see how everyone is doing? 
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It was. Used milk instead of water. 
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This is now church policy. 
Go after the kids. Single them out even more than they already are. 
{real classy}
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Wow baptism is for everyone not for certain people. 
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A forum for Ex-Mormons and others who have been affected by Mormonism to share news, commentary, and comedy about the Mormon church.

Chad Watson

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This is exactly what it was like for me.
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Freedom at last..... 
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Here is the doctor of common sense. He is my doctor of common sense.... 
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UberTheRandom Randomizer

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For all your romantic Kama Sutra needs this Valentine's Day, the Mormon Church has graciously offered their ... advice. 

NOTE:  Make sure you click the link! :-)
The Mormons like their missionaries. The Mormons like their missionary positions between a married man and woman. And no other way.
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+UberTheRandom Randomizer​ Lol my eyes they burn lmao 😨😂
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I agree with the people and Putin in Russia!!!!!!!
The Young Guard's claim that Mormons are promoting an American political agenda in Russia.
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me too and I used to be one   a mormon  lol
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Sister Sarah

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Merry Christmas, friends. 
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Merry Christmas! Have a wonderful happy holidays! 
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Hit the nail on the head:

"You might say that is obvious, but to what end? Why this? But power needs no motive; it is its own motive. Yet the power to punish innocent children, or withhold “blessings” from them, seems entirely gratuitous on the surface. This policy, however, is not about punishing children. It is about exploiting children. Yes, exploiting. As in, using children as a means to an end. As in, using children as leverage to control the parents, and extended families, and the courts of the Intermountain West of the United States.

The use of Church affiliation as a means of control and coercion by Church leaders is nothing new, but the recent policy is a calculated and ingenious mutation of the practice. The Church has long used political and economic power to control its environment and membership. Yet political and economic power are trivial compared to the power over eternal reward or punishment for individuals and their families. The new policy brings all of these powers to bear and makes children the pawns in a devilishly intricate chess match."
The new, seemingly bizarre LDS policy targeting children of gay parents, when placed in this perspective, no longer seems gratuitous or simply hateful. Rather, it falls into place within the Church...
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