User Profile: 2GodBeTheGlory


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  • [3] August 31, 2015 at 1:16pm


    Re: “I think people can take a moral stance against immoral laws and change those laws…” But that’s not what’s happening. People are still coming over the border, raping / killing young girls on what is locally known as the “rape tree”, incursions upwards of 70 miles by mexican drug cartels into the U.S. (where our government has placed signs telling us to leave the area), rapist/murders/thieves/killers comming across the border without being challanged nor kicked out.

    So, tell me, what moral stance do you take on people coming into the country ILLEGALLY? What specific action, right now (since the law is NOT going to be changed today) should be taken in PROTECTION of our borders?

    Finally, what specific laws would you like to see in order to protect our borders and what protections should be inplace to force our border security?

  • [6] August 31, 2015 at 12:57pm


    So because you don’t agree that a country have borders and laws to protect those borders, you believe it necessary to have people ignore those laws and borders to a country?

  • [2] August 31, 2015 at 12:52pm

    Warning, warning, warning. This might not be as laid out by the media. Remember, this has happened many times in different areas. These may be “tests” in order to witness assest deployment for a bigger push.

    Keep your powder dry.

  • [8] August 31, 2015 at 12:49pm

    What part of entering a country illegally do you not understand? Do you think that we should open the banks so that those that “risk their lives merely to live a better life for themselves and for their families?”? You keep ignoring the simple fact, those that cross the boarder are doing so illegally. If a person is willing to break a law to enter the country, how are you so sure that they will not break anyother laws?

  • [4] August 31, 2015 at 12:24pm


    Then your inalienable rights come from man and therefore can be taken by man. Further, you neglect to review actual history where, hmmmm, facts again get into your way, the actual events leading up to the revolutionary war (over a year PRIOR to the signing of the Declaration of Independence)

    Here’s a hint, this government will remain in power until the people state otherwise, in which case, the words of the Deists that you refer will become action.

    Finally, it’s not freedom FROM religion, it’s freedom OF religion. Now, if you want, you can attempt to stop me, by force (if you believe it necessary), in discussing my religious beliefs – however, my 1st amendment rights will be fully protected by my 2a rights. Since you are so immature in understanding anything but force, understand that I will not be silent.

    Talk to MAO about your religion – for you are the same.

  • [1] August 31, 2015 at 10:33am

    Your comments sound just like the sound_bites form the media. Maybe you should actually review the history of the rancher and BLM (the government version); You know, the one that setup “free speech zones”, shut down airspace above their location, through neglagence killed cattle, and above all – did not uphold their part of an agreement in setting up said “grazing fees”. You think it right that the government collect a tax under the guise of supplying a service, then renege – never supplying that service?

    I guess you belive that government can lay any tax it wants without accountabillity. When a person attempts to hold the government accountable for their actions, they should be put down at all cost.

    This was not ignorance nor government complacency, but willful coercion by the government to use a tax as a method of destroying an industry in a specific area. Don’t know about you, but I call that illegal acts against peaceful citizens by a tyrantical government. What do you call it?

    Oh, and why is it that the organizers for the rancher asked each person who came in support if they had served anytime in jail or had warrants out? When “yes” was the answer, they where thanked for comming, but asked to leave.

    Now, should we take a video camera of the are to show where the government has “protected” anything or performed any actions in the orginial agreement for the “grazing fees”? Would you care to look or you want to follow media’s version of events?

  • [3] August 30, 2015 at 7:43pm


    Re: “confesses and blames the BLM” – one would hope, however, I’m concerned that these attacks are tests to see deplyment. There appears to be a surge in this type of attacks in multiple locations (PA, NY, NJ, TX, CA, etc., etc.)

    Keep your powder dry, my friends.

  • [1] August 30, 2015 at 7:39pm

    It is now clear that Ultrasecularlib has no idea what the tea party is about. Either that or they are a liar. Choose.

  • [5] August 30, 2015 at 7:38pm


    HarryPotter will always seek sin, not only in his own life but for others as well.

    Remember: Perls before swine. I will correct his outright lies, but have learned that he only seeks darkness and will run from the light – always. One should hope and pray……

  • [7] August 30, 2015 at 7:26pm

    So, your saying that Latinos will blindly follow a clear liar?

  • [1] August 30, 2015 at 7:17pm


    Re: “all out firefight” – Ok tough-guy, where was this? I didn’t see professionals return fire upon another professional…did you? And yes, I’ve been down range where real people, with real training where sending rounds my way. All I witnessed is hyped up person who either has poor training, or, as in many cases, disregarded his training in the heat of battle. If a normal citizen performed the exact same act, what do you think would happen to the citizen?

  • [1] August 30, 2015 at 2:24pm

    Is it, or is it not true, that ANY person that is shooting a gun is responsible and accountable for every round fired? Or do you take the stance that should be immune to that requirement?

  • August 30, 2015 at 2:16pm


    So you disagree with the statement that a person be held responsible for every round and aware of whats beyond their target”? Or are you of the belief that the rules of lethal force should be different between LEO and citizens?

    Maybe a third option…..?

    As nothing to do with “anti-cops” – that’s a red herring that is not germane to the conversation at hand.

  • [2] August 30, 2015 at 2:12pm


    So you disagree that a person should be held accountable for every round? Are you saying that anyone with a firearm should not be responsible for what’s beyond their target? Is that your assertion?

  • [4] August 29, 2015 at 5:50pm

    I’m held accountable for every round discharged from my firearm. So, should police be accountable, using the same measure?

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  • [4] August 29, 2015 at 5:43pm

    Every person is responsible for EVERY round exiting their firearm. This officer needs to be charged for multiple crimes;
    - Assault with a firearm
    - reckless discharge of a firearm
    - Manslaughter

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  • [13] August 29, 2015 at 1:49pm

    I agree, however, our traitors in all branches of government will not care about this march nor change their ways. As in the last 100 years, they will keep pushing to destroy the U.S. and make it fully communist.

  • [4] August 29, 2015 at 1:44pm

    Abraham Lincoln was NOT about jutice, he was about changing the federal government to a national government at the expense of massive amounts of lives. Read his works/speaches.

    I agree with All Lives Matter and the main “God is THE Answer”

  • [4] August 29, 2015 at 11:11am

    You might be right, however, I suspect something larger. I would’nt put it past the “religion of peace” from performing “tests” like this, looking a resource deployment.

  • [9] August 29, 2015 at 11:05am

    Re: “Military” – I will see your request for military at the border and raise it to live fire excersizes along the border – to include bunker-busting bomb tests. You cross the border illegally, then you take your own life into your hands.

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