User Profile: 762x51NATO


Member Since: December 20, 2012


  • [4] January 23, 2015 at 4:50pm

    What arrogance and hubris we have to think that we can determine willy-nilly what constitutes life and what does not.

    The anti-life crowd can couch the subject in any terms they want but it comes down to this: An unborn person is just that: a person. Not a blob of protoplasm, not a fetus, not a figment of imagination. Abortion is nothing more than the insistence that, a matter of convenience, one person has the right to kill another person who just happens not to have been born yet as .

    God, have mercy on us.

  • [9] January 18, 2015 at 6:23pm

    “holy warrior brothers,” “honorable families,” what a crock.

    Why does anybody care what Hezbollah or their fellow travelers have to say about anything? These were some of the same cowards and scoundrels who murder the innocent, hide behind women and children, wear masks in public, store their weapons in schools and hospitals, and order children to blow themselves up in markets.

    Hey fellas, how is that whole 72 virgins in paradise thing working out for ya?

  • [1] January 14, 2015 at 1:15am

    Politics is local: Don’t defund the GOP, take it back from the progressives and professional self-promoters who took it over.

  • [17] January 14, 2015 at 1:12am

    is somebody at the Blaze trying to get a date with Taylor Swift?

  • [42] January 13, 2015 at 6:19pm

    … and get to the range for practice (it sounds like the good sam could use some). Better yet, take a hands-on course on defensive tactics so that you and your weapon of choice become one.

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  • [7] January 12, 2015 at 7:31pm

    Couldn’t agree more. Since there are no more elections for him to be concerned about, politics and image are no longer high priority. It is now about golf and ideology, not necessarily in that order. I can’t imagine that hag he shacks up with even making it onto his top ten list.

    Downright bizarre how my progressive relatives still think he is wonderful.

  • [2] January 11, 2015 at 10:34pm

    Our ‘leaders’ are cowards who refuse to risk their positions and perks by calling reality as it is and dealing with it as such. They are so beholden to the banksters that they will not do what is necessary to safeguard the masses, only themselves.

  • [7] January 7, 2015 at 11:24pm

    Gosh, your post is wrong in so many ways. It is difficult to know where to start. No, Yahweh, the God of Christians and Jews is not the same as Allah. The roots of belief in ‘Allah’ are found in the ancient religions that worshipped celestial objects, hence the Islamic symbol of the star and crescent.
    Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are vastly different. To argue differently indicates only that you are either misinformed or lying. As you should know, it isn’t just about the Bible and the Quran. It is also about the teachings of Mohammed not contained in the Quran which teach that persecuting “infidels” honors Allah and earns the persecutor status after death. With such teachings, it is possible to justify the killing of anyone once the killer has decided they have offended the prophet or whatever. There is no such teaching within Christianity or Judaism.
    Yes, there are some shared moral precepts. So what? That doesn’t prove a thing.
    Jesus said “I am the way, the truth, and the life.” Do some research yourself and you will discover that truth, not the propaganda spewed by apologists for ‘the religion of peace.”

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  • [13] January 7, 2015 at 10:50pm

    Completely bogus comparison.

    For better or worse, the United States has a policy of fighting our wars on other peoples soil so that we don’t have to fight them on ours. You don’t like the policy? Fine. Elect a different government that will change the policy. Where do you see such an option with Islam? You don’t, because there isn’t such an option. To argue differently is foolishness and a waste of time.

  • [6] December 29, 2014 at 1:57pm

    A gross generalization and misinformed view or misunderstanding of history. When Christ’s followers engaged in violent acts against the innocent, they did so in VIOLATION of His teachings. When Muhammad’s followers engage in violent acts against the innocent, they do so in OBEDIENCE to his teachings.

    Moreover, take a look at the timeline of the Crusades: Muhammad’s followers invaded Europe long before the Crusaders sought to take back what they believed was rightfully theirs. In that respect, the Crusades were defensive wars fought against an aggressor (Islamists) because the Europeans believed civilization was at risk. Not only so, but the Islamist invasion of Europe continues to this day.

  • [95] November 30, 2014 at 4:46pm

    This whole business is sad.

    - It is sad that a young man is dead
    - It is sad that, whatever the circumstances, a man killed another man
    - It is sad that over 50% of young men in the USA are growing up in homes without their biological father
    - It is sad that a mother lost her son
    - It is sad that so often those who speak the truth are either ignored or vilified
    - It is sad that so many are redefining truth to fit their own agenda
    - It is sad that so many are using this terrible event as an excuse for lawlessness
    - It is sad that we live in a culture wherein it is no longer acceptable to shame someone who is engaged in bad behavior
    - It is sad that so many of our so-called leaders seem concerned only with how they may benefit politically from events like this
    - It is sad that instead of working toward better understanding between people, we seem to be moving toward ever more polarization and anger
    - It is sad…but there is hope…

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  • [6] November 30, 2014 at 4:16pm

    The useful idiots in the USA who support Hamas, Fatah (the PA), Hezbollah, or whoever would scream bloody murder if someone were running up and down their street setting fire to homes and killing people. If someone is running up and down your street creating mayhem, you don’t negotiate with them or try to understand why they are deranged. You stop them by whatever means necessary.

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  • November 30, 2014 at 4:07pm

    While I understand the sentiment you are trying to convey, referring to people as animals is not helpful. That is the very thing that Hamas does to incite hatred and violence against Jews and anyone else who does not share their worldview.

    Hamas and others like them are evil and corrupt. Any person with a shred of moral decency wants them to stop or be stopped. But that does not mean they aren’t human beings.

  • [12] November 27, 2014 at 2:07pm

    If you have never lived for months with constant hunger and the fear of imminent violent death there is no possible way to understand what someone in that situation would or would not do when faced with alternatives that are all bad.

  • [3] November 16, 2014 at 3:59pm

    They were arrested because they violated the law by discharging a firearm within the city limits. It seems to me that shooting in built up areas is inherently dangerous. I live in Colorado Springs and judging by some of the clowns I see at informal shooting areas in the National Forest, I wouldn’t want my neighbors shooting in their basements. Whether they will be prosecuted or not is another matter.

    Why not pay a few bucks to join a club and shoot at an approved range?

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  • [5] November 13, 2014 at 8:05pm

    Malcolm Gladwell is not a lefty and ad hominem is not an argument. You may not agree with his assessment, but surely he deserves credit for thinking deeply about it.

    My view is that when somebody wants to get their brains beat out to earn a living it is their choice. That aside, the NFL is high priced theater. There is way too much money involved for it to be anything else.

  • October 28, 2014 at 1:54pm

    I don’t care if ex-Nazis invented longer lasting lightbulbs or cured diseases or whatever. If they were suspected of crimes they should have been prosecuted, period.

  • [1] September 25, 2014 at 12:12pm

    That is no answer. If you will not give a straight answer, why should anyone trust you or even engage in discussion?

  • [9] September 25, 2014 at 12:14am

    What the Qur’an or Hadith says is not the issue. The issue is people thinking they are pleasing God by persecuting and murdering people who disagree with them.

    Question: Is it safer to live as a Muslim in the West or as a Christian in the Middle East?

  • [91] September 25, 2014 at 12:02am

    And what about American citizen Pastor Saeed Abedini, imprisoned and tortured in Iran for the crime of trying to build an orphanage for girls?

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