Sarah Huckabee Sanders deserve place at the Table?

Does the New Baptist Covenant represent the dawning of a new day of unity in Baptist life? Discuss the ongoing Covenant meetings here.

Moderator: Bruce Gourley

Sarah Huckabee Sanders deserve place at the Table?

Postby Stephen Fox » Tue Jun 26, 2018 3:03 pm

https://www.newyorker.com/culture/cultu ... -the-table

I met and shook hands with her Dad in Fountain Inn SC one Sunday morn when he was running for president 08. His view on immigration much different then than Sessions now. David Montoya in 88 was saying Mike had more scruples than Ronnie Floyd in Arkansas Baptist politics but Mike is way backslidden if he can't condemn Trump for saying all media except Fox News are enemies of the people.

We had a discussion in a snake pit today with what most likely was three babdist preachers who said I didn't believe the Bible. I was just talking to the local Circuit Judge who unseated an Episcopalian with the help of one of John Morgan's political operatives son. I was okay with the Judge but it went downhill fast.
Stephen Fox
 
Posts: 9134
Joined: Mon Dec 24, 2007 8:29 pm

Re: Sarah Huckabee Sanders deserve place at the Table?

Postby William Thornton » Tue Jun 26, 2018 5:49 pm

Thank you Red Hen for contributing to the fall republican election effort. Priceless.
My stray thoughts on SBC stuff may be found at my blog, SBC Plodder
User avatar
William Thornton
Site Admin
 
Posts: 12026
Joined: Thu Aug 12, 2004 9:30 pm
Location: Atlanta

Re: Sarah Huckabee Sanders deserve place at the Table?

Postby Sandy » Wed Jun 27, 2018 8:15 pm

William Thornton wrote:Thank you Red Hen for contributing to the fall republican election effort. Priceless.


It will take a whole lot more than a second rate restaurant turning away an extremely unpopular paid liar to help the GOP this fall.
Sandy
 
Posts: 8747
Joined: Thu Aug 12, 2004 4:10 pm
Location: Chicago

Re: Sarah Huckabee Sanders deserve place at the Table?

Postby Haruo » Wed Jun 27, 2018 10:23 pm

Actually, the Kennedy retirement might be just the nudge both parties need to boost turn out, no idea how much effect or where will actually occur, but if folks really care about Roe v. Wade, either direction, this ought to get them to vote this fall even if they're not enthused by candidates, platforms, or (in the GOP case) Trump himself.
Haruo (呂須•春男) = ᎭᎷᎣ = Leland Bryant Ross
Repeal the language taxLearn and use Esperanto
Fremont Baptist ChurchMy hymnblog
User avatar
Haruo
Site Admin
 
Posts: 12171
Joined: Sat Aug 14, 2004 7:21 pm
Location: Seattle

Re: Sarah Huckabee Sanders deserve place at the Table?

Postby William Thornton » Thu Jun 28, 2018 5:57 am

Sandy wrote:
William Thornton wrote:Thank you Red Hen for contributing to the fall republican election effort. Priceless.


It will take a whole lot more than a second rate restaurant turning away an extremely unpopular paid liar to help the GOP this fall.


...but it's a pretty good start. Add to that recipe the low-IQ Maxine Waters, all the Nazi talk...and you're well on the way to a record midterm Trump supporter turnout. After all, Republicans don't have Hil around this election...unless she takes another excuse and I-wuz-robbed tour.
My stray thoughts on SBC stuff may be found at my blog, SBC Plodder
User avatar
William Thornton
Site Admin
 
Posts: 12026
Joined: Thu Aug 12, 2004 9:30 pm
Location: Atlanta

Re: Sarah Huckabee Sanders deserve place at the Table?

Postby William Thornton » Thu Jun 28, 2018 6:04 am

And bring on the Marxists like Alex O-C who got a stunning 15,897 votes in he contest against the old white dude who was guilty, as one commentator put it, of political malpractice he was such a pathetic and disconnected candidate.
My stray thoughts on SBC stuff may be found at my blog, SBC Plodder
User avatar
William Thornton
Site Admin
 
Posts: 12026
Joined: Thu Aug 12, 2004 9:30 pm
Location: Atlanta

Re: Sarah Huckabee Sanders deserve place at the Table?

Postby Sandy » Thu Jun 28, 2018 9:39 am

William Thornton wrote:
Sandy wrote:
William Thornton wrote:Thank you Red Hen for contributing to the fall republican election effort. Priceless.


It will take a whole lot more than a second rate restaurant turning away an extremely unpopular paid liar to help the GOP this fall.


...but it's a pretty good start. Add to that recipe the low-IQ Maxine Waters, all the Nazi talk...and you're well on the way to a record midterm Trump supporter turnout. After all, Republicans don't have Hil around this election...unless she takes another excuse and I-wuz-robbed tour.


Oh, I'm hoping for a record Trump supporter turnout in November. We had one of those back a few months ago in Alabama in the Senate race, in a state where Trump supporters were supposed to outnumber Democrats 2 to 1. We also had one in Pennsylvania Congressional District 18, where 60% of the voters supported Trump in 2016, and where the GOP turnout actually topped the 2016 total. The Democrats have had a very nice string of special election wins, boosting their threshold by an average of 15% in the 30 some-odd races they've won, and even in the 4 or 5 narrow losses. Of course, when anti-Trump consistently runs at 55% or better of the electorate, you don't need much else on which to campaign. November will be a lot of fun for Democrats. :-)
Sandy
 
Posts: 8747
Joined: Thu Aug 12, 2004 4:10 pm
Location: Chicago


Return to New Baptist Covenant

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest