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Roemmelt To Sink PWCDC Into Oblivion

By Greg L | 29 January 2011 | PWCDC | 43 Comments

Oh, happy, happy day!  The Prince William County Democratic Committee has chosen none other than Bruce Roemmelt to be their new chairman, after apparently tiring of the remarkably adult supervision of Pete Frisbee.  If having radical, homosexual lobby pandering unitarians as opposing candidates when you’re a Republican weren’t enough of a gift, now the whole PWCDC outfit is going to be run by one.  Democrat candidate recruitment this election cycle is going to just be fabulous!

Gosh, who at BRUU hasn’t run for office yet?  I guess we have a good chance to find out!

Roemmelt has reliably been a strong and early supporter of neo-marxist nutcases like Judy Feder, believed that early Democratic fundraising efforts should be targeted towards the Virginia Partisans Gay and Lesbian Club, and has consistently held that the fact-challenged Jeanette Rishell was a superior choice than Delegate Jackson Miller, even if Rishell’s family values campaign was being lead by someone with a penchant for posting pictures of used condoms on her facebook page.  Folks, it’s really hard to find someone who could possibly be more out of touch with the county than Bruce Roemmelt.

It’s going to be a good year, folks.  Roemmelt is going to be ever entertaining as he drives the PWCDC into a monumental crater.

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  1. Disgusted said on 29 Jan 2011 at 7:32 am:
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    Chaulk one up for the Republicans.

  2. Colts Fan said on 29 Jan 2011 at 9:22 pm:
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    Sound like good News for the Repubs!

  3. Tillie said on 29 Jan 2011 at 10:38 pm:
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    “..homosexual lobby pandering unitarians…” ??????????????

    You forgot that it’s Unitarians - you know, with a capital “U”.
    Unitarians stand up for everybody’s rights. Didn’t you know that?

    Your snide remark about Unitarians is out of line.

  4. Greg L said on 30 Jan 2011 at 12:49 am:
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    Snide remark? It’s a statement of fact. I’ve been there for events and it’s been little more than one celebrate deviance event after another.

    As far as whether I failed to render them appropriate honor by capitalizing their name, I’m not going to lose a whole lot of sleep over that one. If they’d stop openly using their facilities and resources for overt partisan political purposes, I might give a whit. I don’t.

    They’re a scourge. Anyone connected with them is arguably insane.

  5. AmericaFirst said on 30 Jan 2011 at 7:22 am:
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    Using a feather is erotic, the whole chicken is perverted - throw in a couple of hamsters and a sarong and you have unitarian!

  6. Veteran said on 30 Jan 2011 at 9:58 am:
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    @ Greg: Such a mouth you have. The Unitarian Church is recognized by the US Government, protected by the US Constitution and carved into the headstones of US veterans buried in Arlington. I got to tell you, Greg; I know several Unitarians, none is even close to insane. I can’t honestly say that about some local blogger that I have heard about.

    [Ed note: this is just silly. Given that there’s thousands of pictures of tombstones in Arlington Cemetery, I’d really be interested in seeing a single one with the word “unitarian” on it. They don’t inscribe your religious denomination on a tombstone there, and only someone who isn’t familiar with the place would think they do.]

  7. AmericaFirst said on 30 Jan 2011 at 10:39 am:
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    How is the unitarian church protected by the constitution? I thought the narrative was SEPARATION of church and state?

    It is amazing how only the most degenerate and violent have constitutional protection.

  8. Jon Wong said on 30 Jan 2011 at 11:28 am:
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    Hey last two speech makers. Go to BRUU the Friday before next full moon. Watch people worship nature (moon)!!! Even in my country no one worship moon, except maybe moon bats? Some people call that “devil worship”. I think just stupid. Where Boris when need him?

  9. Tillie said on 30 Jan 2011 at 11:33 am:
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    Would you be kind enough to write about a couple of “deviance celebrations” you have attented or heard rumors about in the Unitarian church.
    (one celebration after the other)

  10. Patty said on 30 Jan 2011 at 12:09 pm:
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    Sounds like I need to post UU’s beliefs. Some need a re education.

    Tillie, its funny how you say they stand up for everybody’s rights when in fact they do not. They do not believe that unborn babies have a right to live:



    Veteran, just because the government recognizes it doesn’t mean it is a moral organization. Let’s see, didn’t the government say that blacks who were slaves were not citizens. The Supreme Court considered them property. I’m referencing Dred Scott v. Sandford.

    UU’s believe in homosexual sex and same sex marriage. In fact, it is their mission to promote it and to overturn the marriage amendment. Please look under mission:


    God calls homosexual behavior a sin. Do you want to disagree with Him? UUs obviously do.

  11. Greg L said on 30 Jan 2011 at 12:42 pm:
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    I’m guessing this photo from the BRUU website has something to do with promoting wardrobe choices to men that will help them deal with the effects of Global Warming. The crotch shot of the guy on the left is a nice touch for the alternative lifestyle crowd.

  12. Greg L said on 30 Jan 2011 at 12:46 pm:
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    Let’s see about deviance at the BRUU: The “gay” prom, screening homoerotic films, political rallies opposing the Marriage Amendment, “sermons” calling for official government recognition of “gay marriage”… The list is rather long.

  13. Tom Jarvis said on 30 Jan 2011 at 1:18 pm:
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    BRUU: A spectrum of ideas, from the merely unusual all the way to the batshit crazy and beyond!

    It’s especially fun to watch the BRUU witches coven gather in the garden and worship the crystals hanging in the bushes.

  14. Neel Armstrong said on 30 Jan 2011 at 1:45 pm:
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    “Watch people worship nature (moon)!!! Even in my country no one worship moon, except maybe moon bats?”

    I find this comment highly offensive!

    It’s an honor to have BRUU members that pack fudge and fire hoses honor the moon.

    Shame on all of you!

  15. Padre said on 30 Jan 2011 at 2:21 pm:
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    Judge not lest ye be judged.

  16. Disgusted said on 30 Jan 2011 at 2:29 pm:
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    @ Greg L, @ Patty: I LOVE it when you adopt your “Our God is the right God because He said so; you’re god is an abomination,” line. Why? Because YOUR holy scripture says it is? If anyone used that logic on this site on anything other than religion, you’d run them off, and rightfully so. It’s soooo funny! It’s soooo transparent. Fools! Did it ever occur to you that maybe the monks and priests that wrote the bible may have added some extra stuff to keep the masses in line?

    I know my faith stresses love and leaves condemnation to God, since we all have sinned and fallen short of His glory. Who are we to criticize? Your self righteous indignation actually serves to show a disregard and disrespect for God. It indicates an unbelief in His infallibility because some folks choose differently from you. He gave all of us free choice, didn’t He? If others choose differently, so be it; God gave them that choice. I sense you see your bible as the bully pulpit to rain fire and brimstone on those unlike yourselves, and it serves as a lovely weapon to commence beating on people that “sin”. (Kinda like the “We send them back because we love them, ” BS. What a perversion.) And, of course, the insanity clause is always invoked.

    Mind you, the Roman Catholic Church still looks at protestants as having strayed from the true gospel. How do you handle THAT? Are they as mentally ill as the Unitarians? Are Baptists? Presbyterians? Lutherans? Mormons? Pick one. You should just come out and say you hate anyone different from you. They are insane. At least then you’d retain a shred of self respect.

  17. Greg L said on 30 Jan 2011 at 2:59 pm:
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    Actually Disgusted, that’s right. It starts right there in the first of the 10 Commandments, runs through Old Testament stories like that of Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego in Daniel, right up through the New Testament with passages such as 1 John 4:1-3, 2 John 1:7-11, 2 Peter 2:1-3, 2 Peter 3:5-7, Acts 15:19-20, and John 14:6 to name a few.

    I know you might want the Bible to only say things that are comfortable to you, but it doesn’t. There are a lot of hard truths in there that are rather uncomfortable, but necessary to understand.

    Just because we tolerate other religions (or those like the BRUU which are a political action committee cloaked as one) doesn’t mean they are immune from criticism or inspection.

  18. Jon Wong said on 30 Jan 2011 at 3:39 pm:
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    NICE PICTURE….Look like fudge pack toga party. Give ANIMAL HOUSE bad name.

  19. Veteran said on 30 Jan 2011 at 3:44 pm:
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    @ Greg: Sorry if I wasn’t correct about Arlington. I am correct about the National Cemetery at Quantico. Link here for inscriptions re: faith: http://www.cem.va.gov/cem/hm/hmemb.asp

  20. AmericaFirst said on 30 Jan 2011 at 3:51 pm:
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    There used to be a time in our country when degenerates like this had not the nerve to show themselves. Sure, they existed - they have from the beginning of time.

    Now, however, they are the new truth. They are the norm, the right, the honorable.

    Those who dare call them for what they are become pariahs.

    It is good to see that there are still some who will call a disgusting degenerate a disgusting degenerate - and not pretend he/she/it are some sort of admirable novelty.

    Obviously these pitiable souls have the right to do what they want. How else would they parade their sickness with impunity? So where does the drama of “rights” come from?

  21. benton said on 30 Jan 2011 at 4:33 pm:
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    Our founding fathers would just love it.

  22. AmericaFirst said on 30 Jan 2011 at 4:45 pm:
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    Our founding fathers would have put them in the stocks - unless, of course, it happened in Ben Franklin’s hotel room.

    And Barney Frank thinks he is breaking new ground….

  23. Veteran said on 30 Jan 2011 at 5:45 pm:
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    @ America 1st: Who exactly are you calling a disgusting degenerate?

  24. FauxHowlings said on 30 Jan 2011 at 6:12 pm:
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    Now over at LoonyHowlings they are complaining about what’s being said about the BRUU on here. Such crybabies. And they claim to be a place for “civil debate”. Most ironic is their latest posts about the use of the term Nazi applied to various people. They patented the use of it on their website - they called Corey Stewart a Nazi, and nearly anyone else who was against the Rule of Law!

  25. benton said on 30 Jan 2011 at 6:25 pm:
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    ….Look like fudge pack toga party.

    gee, why would anyone complain about what’s said here? I’m looking for that reference in the bible.

  26. Jaspar said on 30 Jan 2011 at 6:56 pm:
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    I feel sorry for the innocent Shropshire ewes hidden out in Nokesville the BRUU uses for fudge pack initiation purposes.

    Where is PETA when you really need them?

  27. Jaspar said on 30 Jan 2011 at 6:57 pm:
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    I meant Shropshire rams.

  28. Veteran said on 30 Jan 2011 at 7:07 pm:
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    Yoo-Hoo. America1st. I’m waiting for your answer to my 5:45 post.

  29. Disgusted said on 30 Jan 2011 at 7:25 pm:
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    @Greg L:


    You at 12:49am today: “I’ve been there for events and it’s been little more than one celebrate deviance event after another.They’re a scourge.”
    (Don’t even want to know why you were at a deviant event.)

    You again at 12:46am: “Anyone connected with them is arguably insane.”

    You at 12:46pm today: “Let’s see about deviance at the BRUU: The “gay” prom, screening homoerotic films, political rallies opposing the Marriage Amendment, “sermons” calling for official government recognition of “gay marriage”… The list is rather long.”

    You at 2:59pm today: “Just because we TOLERATE other religions (or those like the BRUU which are a political action committee cloaked as one) doesn’t mean they are immune from criticism or inspection. (Emphasis added.)

    Scourge to deviant to insane to deviance to all that other crap to tolerate?


    By the way, did any of that love stuff with Jesus even sink in when you were in church today? I guess being God’s badass is more satisfying. Dare I say savoring God’s role as the judge…but only to show you’re right and everyone else is wrong.

    Jesus came to free us from all the old testament rules and regulations because nobody could keep them all. All have sinned (even you). Jesus paid our debt. His love is freedom. God’s love is his Son and the free will to choose Him. I don’t ignore all your cute little scriptures - they’ve been superseded!

  30. Get Bullwinkle! said on 30 Jan 2011 at 7:44 pm:
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    Disgusted you make Boris laugh very much. Thank you my friend.

    It seem they do not teach reading very well in America anymore. Can not people know what word tolerate means, or that most of bible passages from Mr. Greg L are from new Testament?

    Maybe Americans too busy looking at twitter to read. In old country literature was great riches to make up for such poverty and despair. When only beauty for young man was Anton Chekov and sneaking away for little time with pretty Nadia down the hall you learned in treasuring the joy you had many times afterwards. That makes love and literature something experienced carefully so can remember clearly long later.

    So now come people to defend Lenin’s “useful idiots” from unitarians with their casual illiteracy. Kruschev was right. America will rot from the inside.

  31. Tillie said on 30 Jan 2011 at 7:55 pm:
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    Just LOVE your last paragraph, Get Bull! Keep it up!


  32. benton said on 30 Jan 2011 at 8:08 pm:
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    the transparancy is sooooooo obvious….

  33. Jon Wong said on 30 Jan 2011 at 8:22 pm:
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    Yea…..Boris back with vengence.

  34. The Bulletproof Monk said on 30 Jan 2011 at 9:01 pm:
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    “I know you might want the Bible to only say things that are comfortable to you, but it doesn’t”

    And here is the one statement in all of this that I can believe. Having been to a unitarian church or two, it describes EXACTLY what I’ve witnessed.
    They must have meetings on which parts of the scripture offend them the most, and then vote to rip those pages out of their Bibles.

  35. Nonnie said on 30 Jan 2011 at 10:29 pm:
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    Go look on their website - they have monthly showings of gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender themed “movies”, a group that is devoted to paganism that meets weekly, sermons that deal with Norse/Greek/Latin Mythology as scripture. How about this one from October:

    “The Mexican Day of the Dead, the Pagan Samhain, and the Secular Suburban Halloween collide on this day, with three very different ways of life in dialog. What does it mean to celebrate All Hallows’ Eve?”

    Why shouldn’t they be held up to scrutiny? They claim tax exempt status as a religious organization, but in the last presidential election, they sponsored a rally supporting Obama.

    Jesus came to “free” us from the Old Testament? Then why is it even still taught and preached? From what my Methodist upbringing taught me, Jesus came to teach us the word of God and die for our sins so that we can be with him and God in the afterlife. Can you please show me where it says anywhere (Bible or otherwise) that the main reason Jesus was sent to Earth was to free us from the Old Testament?

    [Ed note: a helpful reference here is Matthew 5:17-18]

  36. Tillie said on 31 Jan 2011 at 12:23 am:
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    Sounds rather educational, Nonnie.

  37. Doug Brown said on 31 Jan 2011 at 9:09 am:
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    Molodets! Unfortunately, Disgusted is one of those engineers who has a reading level just one level up from legos instructions. Apparently, he has the OT in one hand and the NT in the other and he can’t figure out how to put them together. Poor child.

    It can’t be easy sitting in his closet on BVBL hurling out infective and ridicule thru his key hole all inspired by love and charity, no less. We can only consider ourselves blessed by Disgusted that he “leaves condemnation to God.”

  38. G said on 31 Jan 2011 at 11:26 am:
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    Boy this post has turned into a real BRUUhaha.

  39. Harry said on 31 Jan 2011 at 12:13 pm:
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    Greg said the same thing about James Walkinshaw who was Connolly’s campaingn manager, assuring a Fimian victory. LOL

  40. Patty said on 31 Jan 2011 at 1:24 pm:
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    God is right. He claims He is. He is the truth, John 14:6. There is no one or thing greater than Him, Exodus 18:11, Isaiah 44:6, Hebrews 6:13. The Bible is God’s Word. It claims it is, 2Timothy 3:16-17, and any argument to refute it leads to foolishness, Proverbs 1:7. The Christian/biblical worldview is logical. It is the Christian’s ultimate standard. Everyone has a belief system or worldview. Everyone has an ultimate standard. Ultimate standards are circular arguments but not all circular arguments are fallacious. The Bible is consistent. God never lies, John 14:6, Hebrews 6:18. God is the same, Hebrews 13:8, James 1:17. The Bible is non arbitrary. It provides justification for human reasoning, experience and knowledge, Genesis 1:1, Proverbs 1:7, Colossians 1:16. The Bible provides for the pre -conditions of intelligibility such as reason, laws of logic, reliability of the senses and memory, rationality, morality, freedom, dignity, the uniformity of nature. These are the things we presuppose in order to understand our world and our experiences. Things we take for granted, Genesis 1:26. In fact, in order to argue against the Bible you have to use laws of logic and therefore your argument is self refuting.

    You make a claim that the Bible was written by monks. What is your evidence? Where is your proof? Your statements are arbitrary.

    You say you have a faith in God. How do you know about God? Where do you get your concept of God? In the Christian/biblical worldview we know that God is true and His Word, the Bible, is true. His Word is our ultimate authority. God made everything. He sets the rules. He decides what is sin and He told us in His Word.

    God is love and out of HIs love He sent His Son, Jesus, to pay for sins so that those who choose to receive Jesus as Lord and Savior can dwell with God for all eternity. God can not dwell with sinners or He couldn’t be a Holy God. He does give us a choice. The choices we make have consequences. If we choose to sin there are consequences. If we choose to reject Jesus Christ, the consequences are eternal separation from God, hell, John 3:36, Revelation 20:15.

    You confuse the idea of choice with righteousness. If that is the case, why do you find fault with what we, Christians, believe. It is our choice and according to your view it is acceptable, righteous. Let’s take your view a little further. Suppose a group of people, your neighbors, decide to kill you? According to your view that would be acceptable because your neighbors made a choice to kill you.

    Greg is correct. You cannot pick and choose parts of the Bible that you will accept as true. You have to accept all of it as true or you reject God. If you choose which to accept as true, you make yourself the ultimate authority and not God. So, did you create all things? Do you know all things? Are you truth? Are you not bound by time? Are you all powerful? Can you perform miracles? Can you raise the dead?

    Deep down inside everyone knows about God but they suppress the truth in unrighteousness, Romans 1:16-32.

  41. Jon Wong said on 31 Jan 2011 at 3:39 pm:
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    Disgust quack like Anton LaVey! Good people fight evil! NOT TOLERATE!!!!

  42. varealest said on 7 Feb 2011 at 2:58 pm:
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    I think the dem’s made a good choice. Maybe little Greg should chair the reppies and we’ll see which chair is rational.

  43. FrauD said on 9 Feb 2011 at 4:18 pm:
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    The “universalists”, as they like to be called, I feel are nothing more than a bunch of socialist masquerading as a regligion.

    They are very truly lost souls, if every sense of the word.

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