Monday, March 13, 2006

Mayor of Colorado City - Who is next?

Richard Allred officially resigned his position as mayor of Colorado City in the town meeting tonight. So where does that leave the city? Voting on a new mayor? Or in limbo, just as warren has put all who would allow him to do so?
He sure tried it on me.

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why don't all the dissidents do a write-in for Ross; at least Warren he won't quit at Warren's whim.

Anonymous said...

Oops--that should say "at least he won't quit at Warren's whim"

Anonymous said...

There are other Issues too. They wanted Richard Allreds books opened up and put under scrutiny like he is suppose to by Campaign Finance Reform Law. I think it was that or he's moving or Warren woke up on the different side of the bed. I also heard Richard Allred was living in the Jeffs compound. Anyone else hear that. Bizarre little group they have with the upper caste and the lower caste.

Faithful Woman said...

Oh yeah, Richard has been living in the Hildale bricked in "compound" since just before he was called to be mayor. It was a bit bothersome that the mayor of an Arizona city resided in Utah.

Oh yeah, I'm sure it was the other side of the bed thing.

The_Nephite said...

All you are very evil against Warren Jeffs. Shall you feel yourselves good after his arrest ? But, I do not believe that God shall allow to put Warren Jeffs in jail.

Faithful Woman said...

Oh Dang.

ATAR_i said...

Yeah I agree with anon 5:30 - I think it could be a pillar of fire myself.

Anonymous said...

How many public streets go through Warren's compound?

Anonymous said...

What nephite really meant to say.
The_Nephite said...
All you are very good compared against the evil of Warren Jeffs. Shall you feel yourselves good after his arrest ? YES WE HERE IN TEXAS WILL! But, I do not believe that God shall allow to put Warren Jeffs in jail. No because he will end up in prison, Huntsville, Texas, TDCJ making big rocks into little rocks, while he sings those ole Texas prison blues. Lordy Lordy he will sing those Texas prison blues.

LMAO here in Texas!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
How many public streets go through Warren's compound?

3/14/2006 9:56 PM


NONE

Anonymous said...

Heard the LDS Church is losing alot of their faithful flock.

DNA


God did not tell Ol' Joe about that one.

Anonymous said...

How old is Richard. Is his middle name Warren. Is he in his 60's?

Anonymous said...

The big thing he fears is the probability that he would become as his nephew. The one sodomized at the school where Warren taught. Lil' old pansy wouldn't last a week. In all probability his first "boy friend" would be a black man, about 6'8" weighing 300+ lbs. Turn about is fair play.

rcn

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:17:

You can count me among the LDS "faithful flock"

And I do not know of even one of the "faithful flock" who are in the least bit disturbed about anything having to do with DNA.

Anonymous said...

Well, Dear 12:35 PM

Stay Tuned...Stop, Watch and Listen, Dear LDS.

onthestreet said...

It really depends on who they did DNA on, an Asain living as Native American, or a genuine Native American. There are many ways to manipulate results of anything to meet an end, yes? Look what they did with all those fake LDS documents.

Anonymous said...

Good Grief Streeeeeet. Asian living as an Native American.

I agree there are many ways to manipulate results you are an expert!

Look what happened to all those fake LDS documents.

They bought them up.

ATAR_i said...

It's interesting that the genetic testing was done by a Mormon - who fully believed that the results would show what he had always believed (that native Americans were descended from Hebrews).

Mormon apologists and scholars agree with their non-Mormon counterparts on the basic facts and scientific evidence. For example, there is general agreement that:

1. DNA studies done to determine the genetic background of American Indians do not support the traditional Mormon teaching that Amerindians are of primarily Hebrew descent.

2. Many Mormon leaders, including Mormon Prophets and Apostles, have held and taught views regarding both the geography and people of the Book of Mormon that scientific evidences show to be false.

3. Many Mormon people today continue to hold the erroneous and scientifically unsustainable views taught by their leaders.

There is then, significant common ground when it comes to the scientific data. The facts are not the issue, but rather how one relates the scientific evidence to what past and present Mormon leaders have taught.

onthestreet said...

Asians, and all brands or human product, intermingle and intermarry, or just squat themselves down there, then along comes the DNA man, and OOOPS, wrong blood!!!

Or, they can just be giving you an outright lie. Scientists, politicians and theologians with an agenda are very good at that. They must, if they are going to discredit something that makes themselves look silly, and disproves their own theories.

onthestreet said...

...OF human product (typo)

onthestreet said...

Incas and Jews... searched in the Indians of his country for the descendants of the Incas. ... But it is notable that the Jews and the Incas had common persecutors. ...www.wzo.org.il/en/resources/view.asp?id=169

Catholic Insight: Proof that Catholicism isn't Pagan, Adventists ...Duran enumerated traits that he believed Indians and Jews had in common: ... What Adventists put forth as "proof" concerning a Catholicism/paganism www.cathinsight.com/apologetics/adventism/sunbursts.htm

Maoris and Native Americans as Jews [From a post to H-JUDAIC]: http://www.kulanu.org/links/maoris.html

Indian Origins and the Book of Mormon: http://www.signaturebookslibrary.org/indian/preface.htm

ATAR_i said...

You are explaining your revelations and your truth in subjective ways that only you can define.

If FLDS is the only true church on the face of the earth and the only source for God-given modern-day revelation, and if indeed it is the only religion with authority and ability to bring man into a right relationship with God, then the teachings of your divinely inspired prophets and apostles are both absolutely true and absolutely essential for all people. Since the claimed source for such teaching is God Himself, any error in the teaching of Mormon leaders undermines the credibility of their claim to speak in His name.

onthestreet said...

Absolutely! Good analogy (2nd paragraph).

As for me "explaining" my revelations subjectively, all I did was pasted a few items from a google search.

Anonymous said...

Oh woe is me. Now the truth comes out. The prophet Street only pasted a few items from a google serch! I have been betrayed!

I shall never again believe in religion.

Anonymous said...

Well, one thing for sure is that under no circumstance can the street ots occupies be equated with the "Street called Straight." It winds, loops, circles, climbs, falls, has deep ditches on both edges and at times is so narrow a flea couldn't cross that particular area without falling off the edge. Hope ots provides parachutes.

rcn

onthestreet said...

Yah, I'm very adventuresome, and I still like to paste and play paper mache once in awhile, even when I'm in the Spirit.

Hey, NONNY, "so narrow a flea couldn't cross"?

BY GOOGLE (I mean, GOLLY), THAT'S THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW. Certain very very narrow, and the Lord says that every crooked path shall be made straight.

Anonymous said...

So, why don't you try to follow one? Has your asylum run out of paper dolls?

rcn

onthestreet said...

Oh, did you say something?

Anonymous said...

It took you long enough to reply. I thought you had deserted the fray. Did Warren buy you a Ken doll? Barbie might cause you to have lustful thoughts, but then so might Ken. Hmmm.

onthestreet said...

I reac-KEN

The Ken Sword is the Key.