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Convince me that Jesus would not want universal healthcare for all Americans, if you can I'll vote Romney.

 
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Re: Convince me that Jesus would not want universal healthcare for all Americans, if you can I'll vote Romney.
Sure lets vote for a guy that is not expected to win his own state of Massachusetts. That alone should send a huge red flag.
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Re: Convince me that Jesus would not want universal healthcare for all Americans, if you can I'll vote Romney.
A lot of repubs (christians) rail against those in need with a "not our problem, fuck em" attitude. This is extremely unChrist like. Jesus would be giving free healthcare to all regardless of the cost, he would feed and clothe the needy regardless of cost, he would certainly tax the wealthy to the extreme. Discuss.
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He doesn't want universal (fake) healthcare, He wants all of us to come to repentance, and make Him Lord of our lives. Sickness and disease are a direct result of sin, and the result of sin: The soul that sins will die. We do not need healthcare, we need redemption for eternity. A few years more here are nothing compared to eternity with Christ.

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Man so when small children die of cancer it's because they were too sinful. My God I can't believe you so called Christians.
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I don't understand your reaction to the concept. Anyone who believes in an omnipotent deity believes that "when small children die of cancer it's because they were too _______". Fill in the blank for whatever pisses off said deity. Because of course said deity not only inflicted the cancer on the child but has complete control over just how much he/she suffers and exactly when he/she dies. Said deity also chooses to ignore the child's prayers.

Hindus believe the same shit, they just think the kids did something in a past life to piss of their gods
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Yeah you have a point.

I see it as being the result of this being far from a perfect world, even the bible says bad things happen here and that this life is hard. We all suffer to some degree and we all die. It's the nature of this world.

Most people have a great need to assign blame, so when bad things happen, they say well it was their fault because of something.

When storms hit for instance, I notice a lot of comments from people who say it was God's will because 'those' people are gay, criminals, gangster thugs, partiers etc., they paint an entire area as being sinful and in need of God's cleansing.

I believe this makes them feel part of an elite club and special, and therefore they will be protected from bad things happening to them though we all have our turn. That's my theory anyway.

There's also the extremely important need for such people to believe in hell.
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Re: Convince me that Jesus would not want universal healthcare for all Americans, if you can I'll vote Romney.
And of course hell is for other people.

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