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November 5, 2004

I would typically place this sort of information on my blog  However, for some reason, keeps timing out when I try to post to the system.  Not sure what's up with that, but until it comes back up, I'll just blog here.

For my BJU friends:
Rolly and Wells: Crystal ball offers a glimpse of future political happenings

This liberal column predicts that because of the 2004 election, Bob Jones University will have a new campus soon.
Utah Valley State College closes due to a lack of financial support from local boosters. The former boosters contribute enough money to establish a private university in its place called Bob Jones University-West.

An aside, it is kind of funny how often I get e-mails from people sending things to asking about things at Two different places, I assure you.

Posted at 11:00 AM

Keep on misunderestimating:
Democrats question what went wrong

From The Washington Times:

Arnie Arnesen, a New Hampshire political talk radio host said, "The fundamentalists won on Tuesday."

"I think the fundamentalists now want George Bush to deliver, and I think if George Bush starts delivering in spades for the fundamentalists, the Republican Party is going to have its own come-to-Jesus meeting to decide whether the moderate, economically focused conservatives can live with the fundamentalist base of Pat Robertson and now George Bush," she said.

"It may be a winning strategy to win an election, but I'm not sure that a group of independents and Republicans can live with the reality of a possible theocracy," she added.
And more:
"They are faith-based rather that reality-based," Ms. Miller [a bostonian urging secession] said. "They're focused too much on sports and possessions rather than the issues."

These people just don't get it.  Let them keep looking at America through their distorted lense.  One of their problems is that they place way too much "extremism" into their chariacature of Christian Americans.  We're a little more intelligent than people give credit.

Funny, it is almost the same thing they do with George W. Bush.  They are always misunderestimating him.  Let them continue.

Posted at 10:50 AM

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We don't "misunderestimate" ( are starting to talk like Bush) Bush. No, it is just the opposite. We understand clearly just how much damage this one man can do. It is not Christians that I find extreme, but the fundamentalist brand. . . .

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