User Profile: 2GodBeTheGlory


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  • [6] April 28, 2016 at 11:42am

    Create a system where hospitals must eat the cost of treating and admitting illegal aliens, and the rest of us must pay. Then, when NAFTA funds are used to teach other illegals how to get into the U.S. and obtain treatment for free, prices go up for everyone. It is not sustainable.

    Thank you Democrats and Republicans for making this system that is destroying our way of life. If you wonder why I say both, it’s because of the laws passed in the 1970′s and 80′s that started the ball rolling. This has been going on for many, many years, but now, it is totally out of control with no possible way of correcting without a full system change out of government control.

  • [4] April 27, 2016 at 3:17pm


    It is interesting that a kid would have the dexterity and strength to point and shoot one round, killing his mother at the age of 2. Grant you, we don’t know the firearm of the trigger pull, however, if you have a 4-7 pound pull, that gets to be a little much. Can be done, however, it’s not often that a 2 yo shoots a firearm.

    Further, didn’t the women look in the backseat before putting her two yo in? Finally, how does a 2 yo, in a car seat reach ANYTHING on the seat of a car?

  • [3] April 27, 2016 at 3:08pm

    Before I allow any of my children in another persons vehicle, I look in and at the vehicle. I look at the tires, condition, interior, etc.. I use to run squad and have seen way too many deaths due to bald tires and bad drivers. My child, my rules. I get to choose who and where my children go with. It is my responsibility and I take personal accountability in how my children are raised, as God dictates.

  • [5] April 27, 2016 at 2:19pm

    The problem is that the DA’s and judges (the peers of LEO) will not hold the criminals accountable for their actions. This is the problem with having appointed judges and LEO, for they are not accountable to the people.

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  • [2] April 27, 2016 at 10:31am


    RE: ” But 7 Years old, in traffic, nothing to really hang on too, little security in the back seat, legs dangling, helmet too big, this is risky if you ask me. But I guess you don’t care about that!” – Yet it’s perfectly acceptable for a young girl to be on a horse at that age. Tell us, how many children have died while performing the same act as this?

  • April 26, 2016 at 8:33am


    Does God discriminate?

  • April 25, 2016 at 6:34pm

    So is murder, and that’s why felons can’t get a gun. However, you don’t really care about responsibility nor accountability, now do you?

  • [1] April 24, 2016 at 5:27pm


    RE: “Human life may begin when the fetus is viable on its own.” – Again, a women can do whatever she wants to HER body, however, something that is NOT hers she may not do anything. So, what is death to you?

    RE: “steal my purse” – Actually, they do, for the gender confused wants my money to make them into something their chromosome say otherwise. The gay “marriage” provides NO benefit to humanity and confuses the young. The abortionist are murders who believe that there is nothing wrong with murder. Should the same standard be applied to you?

    RE “Abortion is a legal right in the US and I am glad that it is” – So was slavery, doesn’t make it right now does it?

    RE: “Jim Crow” – I follow no earthly man, however, I see that you do.

    Would you feel different if your mother aborted you?

  • [4] April 24, 2016 at 11:46am

    Look, I’m all about health, including womens. However, I’m about EVERYONES health. The women can do whatever to HER body that she wants, however, the unborn child is not her parts as they are different DNA.

    My wife said it like this; We denote death when the heart stops beating for a protracted period of time (irrecoverable). So why is it that life doesn’t start the same? The heart of an infant will start around 3-4 weeks and continue beating until death.

    I believe that life starts at conception, for as long as nothing is done AGAINST said person, they will continue to grow and exist for their entire life.

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  • [1] April 24, 2016 at 11:31am

    So, should we also have a hate crime bill passed when an officer rapes a women on the side of the freeway, in uniform? How about a hate crime for lying on an official police report about the discharge of a firearm by an officer? How about a hate crime for an officer who considers it “good police work” to lie to citizens?

    I believe their are some good LEO, however few, that exits. The problem is the criminals that steal, lie, assault, murder, rape, abuse, where no justice is served because their co-workers will not cleanup their own (LEO, DA’s, Judges).

    How about a hate crime for ANYONE that go against any of the Bill of Rights?

  • [5] April 22, 2016 at 9:06am

    “We think God is a mean, murderous bigot and want him out of the schools” – Done
    “We think the founders where a bunch of rich, racist, money seeking slave owners, don’t teach about their real lives” – Done
    “We think that government knows better about life than free people” – Done
    “We think government should run everything” – Done
    “We think responsibility should only be for the weak” – Done
    “We think that we cannot be held accountable” – Done
    “We think that history should be filtered to encourage racism” – Done
    “We think that life truly doesn’t matter” – Done
    “We think that truth doesn’t matter” – Done

    You got what you asked for, happy?

  • [29] April 22, 2016 at 8:53am

    It had a SPLITTING headache that WOOD’nt go away

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  • April 19, 2016 at 8:45am

    He was CHARGED with 2nd degree murder (meaning that all the elements existed). They did a plea deal that the daughter “wanted” (after she was awarded $3M) so that she wouldn’t have to go through the “ordeal” of testifying.

  • [6] April 18, 2016 at 2:46pm

    RE: “The prosecutor said the county’s own lawyers refused to provide internal police documents he needed to conduct his investigation. ” – Why is this “lawyer” not arrested and charged with interfering?

  • [1] April 16, 2016 at 10:07am

    Pull your money out of banks and only use cash.

    If you don’t agree, then read the very fine print in the change to your card agreement for your “smart” card transactions. Specifically where the shift in responsibility exists when your card gets hacked.

  • April 15, 2016 at 4:51pm


    Thank you for the praise.

    Re: “Now it is far from that easy to determine benefit or harm (to others).. It can (and I believe should) be done withOUT a god belief.” – I disagree for the position is subjective. Where one person or group will say no harm, another will say that there is harm. The creator of you, me, the world, and everything within the universe has clear cut rules as to what will harm and what will not harm. So the question becomes, does a person that follows those rules without harming another become a “good” or “bad” person? You have a problem with the knowledge of the existence of a deity, that is your right, however, what is wrong with following the two greatest commandments, in your opinion? Can you find me one fault that Jesus Christ had?

  • April 15, 2016 at 11:50am

    Each person is different, however, until you walk a mile in someone’s shoes, don’t think for an instance that your way is right for everyone.

  • [7] April 15, 2016 at 11:45am

    I have been diagnosed with ADHD, in the 60′s and was one of the first children on Ritalin. ADHD is on the Autism spectrum, however, I do not view it as a curse, but when controlled, I can perform many things that the “normal people” cannot. I try to explain it like this, a person with ADHD will see EVERYTHING when walking into a room, our problem is that the bright-n-shiny objects draw our attention. People believe that ADHD prevents us from focusing, however, that is incorrect. We can hyperfocus to the exclusion of all else, however, we have problems with NORMAL focus because our brains are going so fast in many different ways. We are great problem solvers because we can think quickly along multiple paths about a single topic / challenge if we control our ADHD.

    I believe that ADHD is a gift, but is very difficult to control / master, and makes it much more difficult to become an adult for it takes much longer to understand emotions (as least for me). I do think that schools cannot handle nor teach an ADHD person effectively because of the way our attention works. ADHD people need to be taught first HOW to control the ADHD, then “normal” material, in a different way (i.e., nothing abstract)

  • April 15, 2016 at 11:24am

    I agree that “parent’s” do not take responsibility for raising their children. However, the state is complicit by having “public schools” to begin with. I believe that parents should educate their own children and make corrective action themselves. People are sending their children into the lions den where other children are educating their children on social issues and methods, and expect their child to be “rounded”. Hmmmmmm.

    If one does not face their responsibility by raising and educating their own children, then what is one to expect? We already know that the best corrective action is performed out of love, not a sanitized state facility. By creating these “public schools”, all we have done is shift from personal accountability to no accountability, for the child witnesses government employees breaking the law and not being held accountable.

    Within those state funded schools, we witness the instillation of unreasonable fear (knives, firearms, drugs, independent thought), poor judgment and no judgment (fighting, drugs – “zero tolerance”), and unreasonable education (high math where less than 15% of the total population will utilize, bad science – theory of evolution, poor writing skills, poor reading skills – I dare you to read any of the newspaper published federalist papers of the 1700′s, poor civics classes where students are taught lies nor their rights and duties).

    I could go on and on, however, suffice to say, my family home schools.

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  • [2] April 15, 2016 at 10:59am


    The problem with using just one form of “punishment” is that it refuse to accomplish the “corrective action”. First, many people get it wrong that it’s “punishment” when in fact it should be corrective action, where the child / person admits what they did wrong (like what an “adult” does by admitting to God their sin). Once a person confronts their own action, then it becomes necessary, with children, to have some act accompany and instill into the child a memory of the incident. Spanking, grounding, taking privileges, toys, chores, etc. that should be tailored to the person, not necessarily the act to which they committed. The goal is to make corrective action, not to beat someone to make them change. Finally, any corrective action should be out of love, not fear nor anger, for that confuses the child.

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