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Old 10th May 2008, 01:46 PM
Ron Conte Ron Conte is offline
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Good News Daytona, I am in the process of compiling a Word document with Little Mary's inspirational archived messages from 1999 to 2008. At the moment I'm up to January 2004 messages, which are 50 pages already.
Will post a download link for you in Word and PDF file format when it is completed soon.

God bless

Paul

I'd like to make those messages available on my site, if you don't mind.
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Old 10th May 2008, 02:07 PM
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looking forward to it.
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Old 10th May 2008, 06:13 PM
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Default This road looks touchy to say the least

This whole Obama Hillary thing looks like it is going to end up in a very disruptive and divisive manner. I just do not see all of O's supporters suddenly smiling and saying, "Ok, nice try, let's support H". Seems like no matter how this winds down, there will be resentment.
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Old 10th May 2008, 07:03 PM
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Yeah I could see violence erupting since for whatever reason it seems a lot of people really love Obama
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Old 11th May 2008, 03:58 AM
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Default Disinformation By The MSM

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Yeah I could see violence erupting since for whatever reason it seems a lot of people really love Obama


Obama is an Marxist
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Old 11th May 2008, 04:48 PM
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Default Unique, dramatic and unbelievable situation indeed

Hillary is waiting for the other shoe to fall. Wright is angry and feels that Obama has betrayed their 20 year relationship. He is a loose cannon seeking revenge and, reportedly, would love nothing more than to derail Obama's bid for the nomination.

We have one side leading in the competition and seemingly on their way to victory, the other side hanging on with no seeming chance of victory and everyone telling them to quit, with the hope that the leading side will simply collapse through a stunning, dramatic error or revelation.

It is a game of wait and see where one side is banking that the other will fall on its face before it crosses the finish line. You cannot make this up.
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Old 11th May 2008, 08:16 PM
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Default I concur.

garabandalg,

Good summary!

Safe in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary!
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Old 11th May 2008, 08:36 PM
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Smile Michigan/ Florida Debate

Whilst the Michigan/ Florida Debate rages on, I have pinpointed the options
available to them, should the Democratic National Committee rule in favour of these states.

N.B. Applies to the delegates from both Florida/Michigan Primaries held earlier this year and what the Democratic National Committee rules on their outcome.

Options:-
1. Some of the Original Delegates selected NOT to stand [Probability Most Likely, from my opinion]

2. All Original Delegates will stand [Probability Less Likely]

3. Both Primaries to be held again [ Least Probability]

Yes, stay tuned folks, as we can all see the plot thickens

Paul
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Old 11th May 2008, 09:18 PM
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Default Emphasis on Hillary

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You are right, option two really does not work. I don't think McCain will win the general election; if he did, Hillary would not be in a position to be president in 2009. Also, as a practical matter, I don't think the Republicans are in a good position to retain the presidency.

Concerning the possibility of an Obama assassination attempt, CBS, the NY Times, the Huffington Post, and even the Early Show have raised the subject. And I'm not predicting that Obama will be killed. I'm just saying that it is a possibility.

I do think that this U.S. presidential election will have a some influence on the next papal election, influencing some Cardinals to vote for a black man to be Pope. It seems to me that Providence is at work here.

And perhaps Hillary will end up as vice president, rather than president. I still think that she will end up being president, by Providence, if not by mere politics. But I cannot be certain. There has been a lot more emphasis on my article about the next president than I realized when I wrote it. I would prefer the emphasis be on my predictions concerning the Church and the tribulation.

Ron,

I think your observation about too much emphasis being placed on your political predictions is right on. The few people with whom I have shared your page about the Warning have both dismissed the whole Warning prediction because they couldn't buy the Hillary piece. I'm thinking that it may be wise to downplay Hillary (politics altogether) from the religious predictions if people get so hung up on them.

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Old 11th May 2008, 09:22 PM
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Although there is still a possibility that Clinton will get the nomination, the more likely scenario at this point is an Obama/Clinton joint ticket. Even if he does not want her on the ticket, she will have enough support at the convention to take the VP spot if she wants it. Delegates vote for the presidential and vice presidential candidates separately.

Why is she staying in the race at this point? Because there is still an outside chance that she could win, but also because she may be willing to accept the vice presidency.
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