Jesus a Republican ?


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M_Lyons10

I dunno...  He believed in teaching someone to fish, not giving them an endless supply of fish...  LOL  Sounds Republican to me...

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Nick H.

Neither. Jesus was religious, not political.

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webdev511

Jesus never said anything about gays, routinely railed against the rich and always said how great it would be if everyone were nice to eachother for a change.

 

I'm pretty sure he was a member of the Whig party.

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Hum

Are they implying he'd be a Democrat ? :laugh:

 

Can't see him supporting abortion, taxing and spending, supporting wars, etc.

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fusi0n

What a bull**** poll..

 

The answer is either "Yes", or "No, he would be teaching love and compassion to humankind."

 

 

Republicans can't teach love and compassion to humankind?

 

I know John McCain signed off on it... but Obama just sent over tons of guns to Syria.. Jets to Egypt..ect

 

Both parties are equally as ****ed up IMO.. I don't really support either one anymore.. 

 

but to have such a one sided poll is complete bull ****..

 

ok I'm done..

 

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Brian Miller

Mr Cristo hated money so I highly doubt he would be a republican.

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M_Lyons10

What a bull**** poll..

 

The answer is either "Yes", or "No, he would be teaching love and compassion to humankind."

 

 

Republicans can't teach love and compassion to humankind?

 

I know John McCain signed off on it... but Obama just sent over tons of guns to Syria.. Jets to Egypt..ect

 

Both parties are equally as ****ed up IMO.. I don't really support either one anymore.. 

 

but to have such a one sided poll is complete bull ****..

 

ok I'm done..

 

:)

Yeah, it really is a ridiculous poll.

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James7

Jesus was clearly a communist in the purest sense of the term ('From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.').

 

He didn't like the moneylenders (banks, today). The current pope has also railed against the greed-powered banks and wider society that only end up harming the poor. He was against selfishness in all forms, and selfishness is the motivational engine upon which modern capitalism is based.

 

Of course Jesus wouldn't approve of guns or any weapons, either.  :rolleyes:

 

People like to imagine Jesus would approve of whatever they approve of. But it's quite clear he had ideas that are even today radical and orientated toward the transformation of society along the lines of love and mutual regard for one's neighbours.

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Xerino

What have you done???? You should know better than to post.a religious / political image here, the flames!!! They are burning!!!! Ahhhhhhhhh!!!

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