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User Profile: Bluegrasstide

Bluegrasstide

Member Since: October 27, 2011

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  • April 3, 2013 at 10:17pm

    Well said EagleEye12. He needs Jesus. The driver looked like an “average Joe”. I wonder how “Sgt. Carter” would have acted had the driver been a bit bigger and ill tempered? This is a sad snapshot of our society.

  • March 27, 2013 at 6:07pm

    As a Kentuckian, I can tell you that she “burnt a lot of bridges” in the state. Rand Paul is my favorite Senator, but I would rather see Mitch than the Judd. Mitch is not principled, he is worried about status quo. Judd is principled, but her principles are more in tune with the left coast.

    In reply to the story Ashley Judd Says No to Senate Bid

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  • March 27, 2013 at 6:01pm

    O’Reilly–don’t watch him anymore. He seems incapable of taking a meaningful stand on anything. Too worried about hearing himself talk and not rocking the boat. On the upside, Killing Lincoln was one of the more entertaining and informative books I have read.

  • March 27, 2013 at 5:55pm

    Translation: After extensive polling in a state that enjoys huge coal revenues, I discovered that I have stuck my foot in my mouth one too many times. Besides, she is a Tennessee resident; they can have her, too.

    In reply to the story Ashley Judd Says No to Senate Bid

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  • January 28, 2013 at 6:56pm

    My God, I was almost in tears watching this because someone had the courage to speak the truth… If we could only drop the politics and the scare tactics on both sides and have a civil conversation…I am an educator and I feel that the majority of the problems that I encounter during a school day can be attributed to parents who refuse to take the time to be parents.

  • January 18, 2013 at 9:08pm

    It is beautiful-simply a work of art. I thought it was interesting that the military broke with tradition and went with the beavertail grip safety, with memory grip. I would buy one in a heartbeat, provided I had $2000 to blow. The thing about the price is that you will pass a Colt down 3 generations and it will still go bang when the trigger is pulled. Might have to replace a recoil spring, but well worth the money. Cannot beat the knockdown of .45 ACP, especially when compared with a 9mm.

    Did anyone else notice that the gun appeared to be a Commander series? Interesting if so, as the military Colts of yesterday tended to be Government Model 5″. If I am not mistaken, Government models have standard 8 round magazines while Commanders come with 7 rounders. I own a Commander Model Stainless and would take nothing for it. Excellent choice.

  • December 18, 2012 at 3:37pm

    Amazing! Our country is making Ayn Rand look like a prophetic genius! Cheaper Than Dirt has just put themselves out of business! Oh well, who is John Galt?

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  • December 18, 2012 at 3:36pm

    Amazing! Our country is starting to make Ayn Rand look like a prophetic genius. Cheaper Than Dirt has just put themselves out of business.

  • December 2, 2012 at 9:46pm

    Hands down the best SEC Championship Game that I have watched. Roll Tide Roll!

    It doesn’t get any better for the traditional college football purist- Alabama vs. Notre Dame for all of the marbles. The only thing missing is Keith Jackson making the call. At least all is still right again in the world of college football. RTR…

  • August 16, 2012 at 4:19pm

    How sad is it when we as a society worry more about an animal then we do A HOMELESS MAN LYING ON THE STREET! The woman in the black pants basically makes a fool of herself screaming and stampering over an animal that attacked an officer. Meanwhile, she is stepping over and around a man that has no place to live and more needs/issues than she will likely ever know. What is wrong with us, America? I have never understood “PETA heads”. Such misguided energy and purpose…

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  • June 28, 2012 at 9:08pm

    I would have loved to have seen the faces of the “present” and “no” voters during this… Was this before or after the cowards walked out of the building refusing to vote. Hell, and they wonder why their job approval rating is so low…

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  • June 26, 2012 at 6:50pm

    Agree totally. People need to focus on raising their own kids. Why do people feel the need to but in other people’s lives? “Dudley” should have decided if what he seen warranted calling social services, if not he should have stayed “in his own life” I never thought that I would see the day when a grown man thought a child being spanked with a hand by the parent was any of their concern.

    Granted “Dudley’s” “intolerance” did not warrant being chased by a vehicle by ten minutes, but I would say he learned a valuable lesson. Hopefully, the pycho that tried to run him over is behind bars learning his right now. Spanking with a hand across the but is not abuse…. Shame on you “Dudley”

  • June 21, 2012 at 2:18pm

    Looking at her is hard enough, but to endure her whinning, that requires true courage. Through her endless babbling it is becoming more and more obvious that she would not seem near as stupid if she could just keep her botox basted pie hole shut. I don’t think she is coherent enough to truly realize how she comes across…

  • June 21, 2012 at 2:11pm

    Well said Mr. Cavuto, well said… I seriously wonder how that network (MSNBC) even stays on the air.

  • April 20, 2012 at 4:42pm

    I do not claim to know the “in’s” and “out’s” of West Virginia politics. However, my father is from WV and I live around 30 miles from the state line and an hour from the “Capitol City”. I can tell you that people in the southwestern portion of that that state love him. He is pro-coal because WV, like their neighbors in Kentucky and Virginia, is totally dependent on the existence of that industry.

    There is virtually no support for Obama in Appalachia. People may try to equate that to the ignorant, senseless stereotypes concerning my “neck of the woods”. However, the simple fact is that Appalachia is among the last of the truly conservative regions of this country left. Manchin is taking a hardline stance because he knows who “butters his cornbread”. It would be political suicide for him to support Obama. He lives in coal country, is put in office by coal country, and is financially supported by coal country.

    With that said, West Virginia, like Kentucky, is one of those quirky states that is historically Democrat. However, within the past 20 to 30 years, they have almost always went Republican in presidential elections, whether it be the Christian vote or coal vote. You just have to understand the local political climate to understand his actions. This is the same guy that ran a local add where he shot a hard copy of “Obamacare” with a 30-6.

  • February 22, 2012 at 4:56pm

    What does this mean to education??? It means that teachers will not be allowed to teach. What defines “partisan”. If I spoke against Executive Order 9066, does that make me “partisan”? What about if I pointed out that gas prices are at historic highs under Obama? Does that qualify as “partisan” I often tell my students that they have a duty to be an educated electorate; decide what the important issues are, educate yourselves about how the candidates, and vote for “your” candidate. Is that out of line?

    I am as sick and tired of seeing children being endoctrinated by teachers as anyone, but more government intrusion/regulation is not the answer. That is the way that the silly progressives think. Those are issues that need to be dealt with by the local communities, not the state or federal governments.

  • February 21, 2012 at 7:16am

    My goodness… You would think that there are more pressing issues at hand… Maybe a lost and dying world, persecution of missionaries and Christians in other nations, a nation that seems to be more secular/irrational with every passing day. Yet, we (I say this as a Southern Baptist) are having name that church contests. It will CERTAINLY BE INTERESTING TO SEE HOW THE CONVENTION RESPONDS WHEN THE WORLD FINDS PROBLEMMS WITH BIBLICAL TEACHING AND PREACHING… Surely, that will be off limits… How frustrating.

  • January 8, 2012 at 9:11pm

    @JHAYDENG, same here. As an Alabama fan who cheered against him twice in the SEC Championship (and once regular season), it brings a tear to my eyes to watch him with my boys. We beat them for a SEC Championship and they beat us for one. I can tell you that he wins with class and loses with class. They might win the next game or lose it, but God will receive glory as long as Tebow is playing. He is a class act. I can only hope that other boys, such as my own, will watch and admire him while, in the process, learning how to live life.

  • January 1, 2012 at 6:12pm

    Wow… Cee Lo’s edit actually produced a Lennon song that might be worth listening to. It never ceases to amaze me that those who shout out against the “evil” of Christiainity and religon are the ones speaking with their mouth full of venom and hatred. By changing the words, the song took on a whole new meaning of tolerance, something that wasn’t present when it was first recorded. You can always tell the absence of Christ in people’s heart by the amount of hatred that is present.

  • December 1, 2011 at 5:29pm

    @ASHESTOASHES

    I am not sure what website you are referencing in your assumptions about the marriage of Moses to the daughter of Reul, who was named Zipporah. This is discussed in the latter part of Exodus 2. There is evidence that they were of a different “tribe” because they referred to Moses as an Egyptian. The marriage produced Gershom, named because “I have been a stranger in a foreign land. Reul’s family were Midianites of Northern Africa. The difference of either appearance or culture was again evident in Numbers 12 as “Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses because of the Ethiopian woman whom he had married…” I just do not think that God’s Word can be any more clear than that. The only reason given for the conflict in Numbers 12 was because he married an Ethiopian woman.