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  • November 24, 2014 at 6:00pm

    @lordaction Stats like that only deal with half truths. Those stats may actually mean something if there were just as much mentally ill people out there as there are people that aren’t mentally ill. Percentage wise, it is more likely that the mentally ill will be the aggressor, just for the fact that they don’t need any kind of actual motive that is non delusional to commit the violent act.

  • November 24, 2014 at 5:51pm

    @lordaction “Statistically, a mentally ill person is more likely to be a victim of violence then a perpetrator. You are more likely to be attacked by a non-mentally ill person then one that is ill.”

    You mind showing us where you found your statistics? I’m really curious since last April, I had an EDP pull a big hunting knife out on me as I was passing him in the hallway of my apartment building and where he proceeded to stab me up to 5 times puncturing my lung, just missing my heart, and taking out the main artery in my arm. I lost most the blood in my body, no one expected me to survive and the docs and paramedics told my family to kiss my butt goodbye. I sure wouldn’t be surprised if you’re quoting liberal stats that let these guys on the street to begin with, because they believed it would be more cruel to have them confined to a facility where they can be monitored and receive treatment 24/7 than to let them loose on the street where they can access illegal drugs on top of their medication, go homeless, and be a mortal danger to the general public.

  • [12] November 24, 2014 at 5:14pm

    @Simple Truths. You’re an idiot.

  • [6] November 24, 2014 at 5:09pm

    Children are more susceptible, more easily influenced, and more prone to suggestion at a young age. That’s why it’s important to home school your kid at least until they are ready to start high school. I had some home schooling while I was growing up. It didn’t cost anything from what I can remember, but I was fortunate that I had a stay at home mom for the most part.

  • [8] November 24, 2014 at 4:55pm

    Actually, I just got all that from my parents.

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  • [3] November 24, 2014 at 4:23pm

    All of you here reading this better start questioning your kids right now about what’s going on in their schools. Don’t just assume this is an isolated incident in Texas, especially all of you with very young children that have just started school. They like to begin brainwashing at the youngest age they can possibly get “their” kids at, just for the fact that it’s hard to teach old dogs new tricks. So for instance they may not be trying to indoctrinate your oldest into this kind of ideology but they would be trying it with your youngest.

  • November 24, 2014 at 3:13pm

    A policy that should be adopted and made mandatory for anyone that has an abortion too, along with all Muslims and Liberals.

  • November 24, 2014 at 5:07am

    I don’t think anyone really cares about the number of executive actions a president takes but rather the severity of those actions. It’s the difference between lighting a candle to stay warm as opposed to setting your entire house on fire.

  • [1] November 23, 2014 at 4:40am

    What was this “emotionally disturbed person” doing on the street to begin with? Why wasn’t he in an institution? Who cut the funding that allowed him to be out on the street to begin with?

  • November 23, 2014 at 4:27am

    School lunch program is way better in Canada.

  • November 20, 2014 at 5:45pm

    Because Glenn, the country doesn’t stop for a thug or thug wannabes.

  • November 20, 2014 at 4:17pm

    The Governor General is the head of state just not the head of the government.

  • November 20, 2014 at 4:03pm

    It would be like having the constitution it’s self as your commander in chief, not an actual man. The fact that you have an actual man as your commander in chief, makes anything that he says by his executive powers constitutional even if it does override everything else the constitution states. It’s a bit of a conflict just like it’s a conflict of interest having your head of government as your head of state as well. There is nothing there to reign him in because he is both at once. That’s what you call a catch 22. Your founding fathers had the right idea but they took a wrong turn. You guys always had a dictator, now you just got one that is exercising his right to act like one.

  • [1] November 20, 2014 at 3:53pm

    Hardly the Queen has no political power. The Queen is merely a figure head and a face we assign to the law. Something to put on our coins and that’s about it.

  • November 20, 2014 at 3:30pm

    He is a president and supreme general of your military with executive powers that overrides the constitution. He has an army, and congress has a piece of paper. He will never be impeached. Congress would be impeached with a bullet in each one of their brains. Yeah, he’s your king. Here in Canada our PM is NOT our Commander in Chief, the Governor General is and he represents the law/constitution/crown. Here, the law rules, not a man with a pen/scepter. It was only a matter of time until you got yourselves a tyrant. Really what did you guys expect by giving one man that kind of power… “Oh but he swore on the Bible…..”.

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  • [2] November 17, 2014 at 9:43pm

    I’m Canadian and live on Vancouver Island, about a hundred Km from this guy. He does not speak for the rest of us Canadians. DO NOT SEND OBAMA HERE! Send him where he belongs…. Guantanamo Bay .

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  • [1] November 17, 2014 at 6:14am

    @Punx Democrats are antisemitic. It’s okay to to hate blacks. It’s not okay to hate Jews, and it’s not okay to hate black Jews either.

  • [1] November 16, 2014 at 1:05am

    @Exrepublisheep. Only one that is under the law of the old covenant and does not believe in the finished and complete work of our Lord Christ Jesus on the cross can die in sin. In order to sin, you would have to be under law. However those that believe in and have accepted Him are not under law but are under grace.
    Christ did not just die for us, He died as us. On the cross at the moment of His death, God took all of us and put us in Christ, and all of God’s wrath for all sin for all time fell on Christ.
    God did not hold back any of that wrath to fall on a believer at some later date. When Christ cried out that it is finished. He meant it. All our sins from the time we were born and until the day we die have already been punished in full. The law has been fulfilled and sin has been put away. Old covenant/contract works of the law complete. On to the new covenant which is grace.
    Grace is by definition unmerited and unwarranted favor with God. You can’t ever earn it, you don’t ever deserve it, it is freely given to all those that wish to accept it. Grace is not a get now for “free” and pay later kinda thing. When God gives freely it is always free. God is not a used car salesman.
    Those that get themselves caught up under “sin” are caught up under the law of the old covenant and are believing in their own works to make them righteous and not His. They have fallen away from Grace/Christ.

  • [5] November 16, 2014 at 12:42am

    It’s the terminal illness that’s killing them, they aren’t the ones killing themselves. If you already got a death sentence handed to you and if you could choose between a painful agonizing death or a quick painless one, then why punish yourself?

  • [-1] November 16, 2014 at 12:19am

    I don’t see it as suicide. Suicide would be giving yourself the illness that kills you. Giving yourself that death sentence. The death sentence is already there and you’re already in the process of being killed by whatever illness is taking you. It’s just a matter of choosing between being slowly tortured to death and stretched out on the rack or a quick painless beheading.

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