User Profile: 2GodBeTheGlory

2GodBeTheGlory

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  • [6] October 30, 2014 at 8:04pm

    From reading some of the reports, he knew the guy, or at least his brothers wife did. In any event, their appears to be some prior individual knowledge. I do not have all the facts, however, I do know this; 2 wrongs do not make a right. The state police broke the law on many occasions during this event (illegal entry, breaking and entering, hostage taken – preventing people access to their homes, prevented people from leaving their homes, ect.). You try to prevent me from leaving or entering my house where there was NOT a sighting within 12 hours and you will have to do what you think is right, and I will go about my life or die trying. In any event, I will either live free or die free. The state can make the choice of killing an innocent father in doing nothing more than enter or leaving his house, however, I would hope that free citizens would take note of that murder and make corrective action against said state. Further, it seems to me that the cowards sent in thousands of “highly trained”, well armed authorities using state of the art imaging systems, racking up millions of dollars that they did not have for just one person. Would they do the same for a transient?

  • [16] October 30, 2014 at 4:00pm

    @AntiLiberty&CommunistSocialist,

    you are wrong. Where do you think the first congress went for the first inauguration? If churches were not such a large part of the revolutionary war, then why did they include it?

    Provide proof that the churches had little to do with the revolutionary war….I DARE YOU!

  • [1] October 30, 2014 at 3:52pm

    “…shall make NO LAWS….” – there is a reason why no one in the federal government will attempt to remove the “tax exempt” status of a church. Anyone care to hazard a guess as to how this country got started, and where the “fighters” came from?

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  • [5] October 30, 2014 at 10:15am

    @totallyserious,

    “Question everything….” – I do, including any officers account and testimony. I have seen way too many officers outright lie to citizens and even in court – up to and including the use of lethal force (murder).

    “good butt chewing” – if that is what you call it, then yes, I have a problem with any states using the show of force to use profanity in a childish, immature manner – that’s not his job. His ONLY job is to bring those that have infringed upon the law (with PC) to court. Not to use his position as elevation to “god” – as if he is better than anyone else.

    Here is a bit of wisdom for you, God loves each of us equally. He created each of us. One is no better than the other, for we All disappoint Him. What does this mean? The “officer” is no better than the 20 year old, and vise versa. To elevate oneself above another is to say “I am BETTER than you!” – in this case, it shows how far, as a nation, we have fallen to allow these actions to continue by those that are “better”.

  • [10] October 30, 2014 at 10:00am

    @totallyserious,
    “officer ..takes the bait”
    Even if your supposition is correct, then who is the actual child in this encounter – the 20 year old that one should EXPECT to do something like this, or the immature officers who gets caught in childish antics.
    It is easy to grow old, but it’s difficult to grow up.

    “normal people don’t record random…” – I take issue with that for I purchased a dash cam for the explicit reason of officers illegal activity. This coming from someone who has never been arrested. I am concerned for my safety and the safety of my family.

  • October 30, 2014 at 9:24am

    I don’t have a problem with arrest – hasn’t happened, yet. Further, it is not a “clever scheme”, as you put it, for I am not breaking any laws. To use cash only does NOT infringe upon the law, nor the refusal of dealing with the banks. You will notice that I stated that you should still file, however, not in the way that their “regulations” (if the requirement is beyond state boundary or beyond 50 air miles) dictate.

    Re: “seize everything you own” – covered that. Any federal agency will need to file for a warrant first in order to “seize” anything, and therefor they cannot use federal guidelines to seize bank assets as in this article (without a warrant). The courts take a different view of seizing bank assets (regulated) verses actual physical property (dollars in your safe on your property – not regulated). One can be performed without a warrant, one cannot – this was my point.

    A warrant places the entire agency at risk of judicial backlash, as well as higher level of scrutiny as to the legalities of seizers – thus not an advantageous position to be in. Remember, warrants are for specific items, not “everything in the house”, where the agency must have an actual crime (specific code violation not an “overly broad” regulation).

  • [2] October 29, 2014 at 3:53pm

    It is so simple. God blesses us with children. These children are NOT ours, but God’s (God does not have any grandchildren). We are to “raise them up in the way that they should go”. Children are a blessing and a responsibility to God, either follow God’s commands, or don’t. Your choice.

    For me and my family, we will follow God. Am I more “happy” with children – yes, for God opens so many joys to which I would not be a part of if I did not have children. Are they a big responsibility. Yep, but that’s part of growing up – taking on more responsibility.

  • October 29, 2014 at 3:44pm

    Simple, don’t use banks. No real need for them in the first place. More and more people are dumping them for this reason as well as others.

    Bottom line, IRS cannot take money from your possession without an actual warrant. You should still report and file, however, submit in cash only (they MUST take cash – regardless of their “procedure”) – Make sure you obtain a receipt. If they attempt to state that you MUST file to an address in another state or further than 50 air miles, sue for undue hardship (cannot send cash via mail, do not use banks for any reason, only work with real cash, don’t drive, ect. – you cannot be forced to work through a third party, nor agree to the terms of a private business when working with a government agency).

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  • [3] October 28, 2014 at 10:10pm

    I’m on linux and receiving these unprofessional pop-ups with Iceweasel (Firefox) with adblock plus, Ghostery, and flashblock. I only have pop-up problems with TheBlaze, no other sites (Breitbart, Amazon, Drudge Report, Guns Save Lives, and even the rag Mail Online). By looking at the code, it is NOT unintentional, nor a “virus”. This is a direct marketing “attempt” by TheBlaze.

    Hey, Blaze, stop sending pop-ups to:
    http://www.healthy-consumer.com/articles/skincare-secrets-exposed/?&c1=280&c2=23848

    You want to see me something, fine, but don’t put it in front of my face like a rated x sleezball outfit. I will not go to those place, and if you continue, I will not come here.

    Cc: Glenn Beck (me@glennbeck.com), Christopher Brady (cbrady@glennbeck.com), support (support@theblaze.com)

  • October 27, 2014 at 6:33pm

    @mdy616,
    “The STATE makes moronic laws and TELLS teachers and principals they MUST follow them and if they don’t the school will lose funding.” – could be because when the state allowed the schools to make common sense determination, the schools (principles and teachers) graduated students that could not even read at a 3rd grade level.
    “parents are prohibited by court from picking up the child” – It’s real interesting that the court is required (by law) in informing the department of transportation of their decision, however, not schools? One that prohibit driving, one for removing a parents rights? Could be because there is a complete lack of accountability and responsibility in schools?
    “I get so sick of everyone…” – could be because teachers and “educators” cannot be trusted to do the right thing, and having PROVEN themselves to be weasels and dodge responsibility and accountability at every turn.
    “love these children…” – as if the citizens and parents do not want to their children to succeed. Very poor rebuttal.
    I do not place the blame on politicians alone, as a great part of the blame should be on “educators”. So, does your wifes school actually teach real history and the actual constitution or just “big dates”? How about citizens rights? How about a class on gun safety?
    BTW: School employees ARE PART OF THE STATE! Shall I provide article reference of educators NOT being held accountable for the safety of the children in their charge?

  • October 27, 2014 at 5:18pm

    @moviesareyourgod

    Learn to think beyond what the state has “educated” you with. Bottom line, who is RESPONSIBLE for educating a child?

  • October 27, 2014 at 5:14pm

    @thisisnotstarwars

    1 – Why is the state even making recommendations for home school, much less “minimum requirements? Should not the colleges follow their own requirements without interference from the state? Since when is “the state” have any real ability to educate (see the many schools that “graduated” students who could not read at a 3rd grade level).

    2 – “approval from the parents” – So, the books, teachers, administration, style, and studies are trailered to the individual child’s needs as directed and approved by the parents? No, you are wrong.

    3 – “no one has to pay” – are you so sure? How about the “required supply list” that each school sends out prior to the start of the school year?

    4 – https://shortlittlerebel.wordpress.com/2012/08/01/beware-of-your-pediatrician-school-counselors-americans/
    http://www.recordonline.com/article/20101027/Health/10270318
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2012/05/14/should-parents-be-prepped-to-leave-the-exam-room-during-their-teens-appointment/
    Mississippi & W. Virginia, no exemption for immunization – required by law. 32 states do not allow exemption under non-religious reasons.
    http://www.ncsl.org/research/health/school-immunization-exemption-state-laws.aspx

    ID proves nothing. Does the state provide personal ID when accepting the child by “signing out” from the parents care? Does the state accept personal responsibility and accountability for said child while in the states care?

  • [5] October 27, 2014 at 12:00pm

    State provided photo-id does NOT provide “100% positive that you are the parent”. It is just another tactic by the state to reduce a parent to the likes of part-time maid. The state does not want person accountability for themselves, but require it of the citizens. See causes, U.S. revolutionary war.

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  • October 27, 2014 at 11:57am

    “none of the responsibilities” – sure, like the state provides their ID when TAKING that precious child, and is held PERSONALLY ACCOUNTABLE when something happens to said child when in the states care.

  • October 27, 2014 at 11:34am

    @msg51,

    By your comment, it is apparent that communism is alive and well. Maybe you should understand what the job of a parent is – I suggest reading the Bible for answers, not state pamphlets.

  • [1] October 27, 2014 at 11:17am

    So, you must get an ID in order to have a child and live in the United States. Got it. Anything else, comrade? I mean, if we can save just one child and make sure that everyone conforms to anything required by the state….. Why, we should require state in home visits to ensure that homes provide minimum, state required safety and welfare items. Maybe a camera or two, just so that the state can ensure the safety of each child – so we can “save just one child”.

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  • [2] October 27, 2014 at 10:57am

    “the school is protecting them” – no. The school is making them conform to the will of the state, just like you (see “I don’t mind”). It is NOT required (nor should it be) to have a state ID, even when you have a child. Where is the LAW that requires a photo id when you become a parent. I dare you to find it. This is a defacto end-around to require state id.

    “can’t keep up with everyone” – So the state cannot be held responsible for their actions, but the parents can be. Good example of double standard – see causes, U.S. revolutionary war.

    “divorce that is in process” – see litigation and state notification. Should not the court be required to provide notice to the state of said judgment (like the way it does for any basic traffic infringement)? Pure cop-out, again state double standard – even when a child is involved.

  • [1] October 27, 2014 at 10:46am

    Not just “family” but god. Whatever the state says supersedes parents rights.

  • [3] October 27, 2014 at 10:18am

    Lets try some out of box thinking;

    - The state REQUIRES you to send your child to a state run institution, or a private school with requirements by the state, or to stay home and educate your child following the states guidelines

    -This institution will require your child to learn content at the will of the state with NO approval of the parent. Therefore minimizing the parents role in the child’s life from parent to “guardian at the will of the state”, for the child spends greater waking time under the control of the state than that of the parent. The parent will usually be required to be a slave during school hours and will be unable to educate their child in anything other than basics. So the parents roll is reduced to that of a part-time butler/maid by the state that is “educating” your child.

    - You are required by the state institution that is TAKING your child (abducting) under the guise of educating to pay using state money for items REQUIRED by the state. In order to fulfill self worth and fit-in, you a pressured to become a slave of another in order to obtain this money to give a portion through tax to the state to run said institution, then PAY more for items for your child’s education.

    - You are required by the state to obtain a state ID in order to take YOUR child to a government controlled medical professional for a state controlled exam where your child will be asked questions without your approval, were your child is measured to population norm.

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  • [5] October 24, 2014 at 11:39pm

    I was thinking the exact same scripture. The world does not want Christ and hates anyone who follows Christ & God. That is the way it must be.

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