Paul Ryan / Devil Talk?
Yes, or, No – sinners can’t do it.
This is why among-st the Court System, Government system and dare we say enforcement division nothing is ever, yes or no. Indeed, the legal system makes everyone else swear to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth, then with the force of prison punish you if you attempt to keep that oath.
Simply let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No’; anything beyond this comes from the evil one. (Matthew 5:37)
Bonus Warning: Yes, if you live your life telling the truth, simply yes or no, the vast majority will think you are lying. This is because the world’s language, both inside and outside “the church,” is devil talk. Try it for a day. When asked anything just simple say, Yes, or No and watch how nervous everyone becomes. Right away your children will ask, “What’s the matter mommy?”, or, “Is daddy ok?”
Enumclaw.com : opinion that counts | Friday, April 15, 2016 | T. Williams
(lawnewz.com)—Phil Houston is CEO of QVerity, a training and consulting company specializing in detecting deception by employing a model he developed while at the Central Intelligence Agency. He has conducted thousands of interviews and interrogations for the CIA and other federal agencies. His colleague Don Tennant contributed to this report.
When Speaker of the House Paul Ryan on Tuesday declared categorically, “I do not want, nor will I accept, the nomination for our party,” he certainly seemed to be ruling himself out as the Republican nominee for President. But considering the other statements Ryan made, in practically the same breath, we are convinced his resolve is open to question.
Despite having made the dramatic, Johnson-esque, “I do not want, nor will I accept” declaration, Ryan appeared to build in just enough wiggle room to suggest he wants his party to know he can be swayed on the matter.