Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Guest Blogger: Ray Comfort!!!

Today Ray Comfort shares with us how to stop abortions:

Take it away, Ray!

Hello everyone!

This is my argument to make you change your mind about abortion.

Hitler was a bad person. I don't even have to give him the good person test to know that.... because Hitler was a bad person, no one should have abortions for any reason. And please send me your money.

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Monday, August 22, 2011

Ray Comfort, about a year ago, was crowing about how great his god was when he "saved" the 33 miners trapped underground in Chile. 

It seems his god forgot about those poor miners. 60 Minutes did a show on them tonight and they are in BAD shape. All are suffering from mental illness, nightmares, insomnia, panic attacks, etc.

"Alex Vega can't explain why he's doing it, but he's building a wall around his house.

"Whenever I hear a noise, I get scared and look all around me. My heart beats faster. I can't go into small spaces. I'm taking five or six pills a day now. If I don't take them, I wouldn't even be able to sit with you," Vega said"

"I'm an underground mining mechanic. That's what I do and I won't be able to do it anymore," Vega replied.

Asked what he wants to do, Vega said, "I've tried to work fixing a car. But I lose my concentration very quickly. I forget things. Right now, I don't know what's gonna happen with my future."

And Victor Zamora? He walked with us to the mine. It was his first time back since the accident. He told us he feels he still hasn't been rescued.

"Before I went in here, I was a happy guy. But now, I'm having nightmares, I'm having problems. I'm not the same person," Zamora told Simon.

Asked what kind of nightmares he is having, Zamora said, "Being trapped, watching my friends around me die. Rocks falling. The other me is still in there."

"Do you miss him?" Simon asked.

Zamora nods. "I can't have a normal relationship with my family...I'm not as affectionate with my child as I was before. It's very difficult," he replied.

"What's it like just looking at this place now?" Simon asked.

"Sadness, lots of sadness. I'd prefer to be dead," he replied.

Where is your God now, Ray??