User Profile: bmc6053

bmc6053

Member Since: August 29, 2012

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  • June 29, 2013 at 1:56pm

    All that for the appearance of an underage person buying what appears to be beer?!

    This APPEARS TO BE TYRANNY! Those bozos need to be held accountable for their actions. Crazy people waving guns around using what looks like toy badges aren’t someone I’d stop for either!

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  • April 29, 2013 at 4:50pm

    @BEAM-ME-UP-SCOTTY

    I have no problem with her speaking, it is her right. It bothers me greatly however, that she and others make it sound like they speak for us all. I’m a person, not a collective.

    I can’t do much about denying her platform. I’m not a communications major but I do know the bandwagon effect when I see it. I do what I can to educate my friends about falling into this trap. The feeling of being denied your rights is a powerful one and that is what is being used to control their minds. I try to show them what is happening to our language, our culture, to our real freedom and open the door for them. If only I could shove them threw it!

    I can only hope that with enough people becoming aware of these treacherous acts, those like this progressive communist woman will find that their platform has been built on sand. With any luck, they themselves will see the errors of their ways. If not, we’ll watch them fall.

  • April 29, 2013 at 3:57pm

    Being “Gay”, I feel it necessary to point out that this whole “gay marriage” thing is part of the “homosexual agenda”. An agenda not brought to you by a homosexual community, but rather others who use the uneducated homosexuals as useful idiots playing on emotion and sensitivities. The word freedom is tossed around as a glittering generality.

    I am against gay marriage. The traditional family has been decimated enough and, beyond that, why should we change the definition of marriage? Leave our language alone! I’m growing very tired of the word-play and am angered by the thoughtlessness on both sides of this argument. I’m tired of people speaking for me and tired of being judged by those who believe that we are all of one mind.

    I am for “civil unions” as they feel like more of a social contract between a loving couple that provides for that couple to make decisions with one another when it comes to life threatening emergencies, illnesses and death. This is not a spiritual matter but a contractual matter.

    And yes, some homosexual couples do live in traditional style families, yet that has little to do with the goals of some yet to be named progressive/communist types that desire to destroy the agrarian lifestyle, the family unit, our culture, feminize the men, hyper-feminize the woman, blur gender roles and create a culture or mentality of earning nothing and deserving everything. I hope with all my heart that these things will be recognized for what they are.

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  • September 21, 2012 at 5:32pm

    Nowhere in the Bible does it say that homosexuality is a sin. It talks about man on man, woman on woman action from a heterosexual point of view. It is unnatural (same sex, sex) in that regard. Sex in general, other than procreation is generally a sin though, isn’t it?

    I have to wonder if some people are capable of perceiving the difference between homosexuality and homosexual acts. The whole thing gets messy when we consider that “homosexuality” is a modern creation and identity… but that may just be linguistics. *shrugs*.

    Don’t mind me, just trying to keep my facts straight. They usually are, but I’m only human.

  • September 19, 2012 at 5:40pm

    I have to ask, why is that terrorist still alive? Why wasn’t he put down like a rabid dog?

  • September 15, 2012 at 7:49am

    Its frightening how far out of touch this administration is. Out of touch with We the People, out of touch economy, with international affairs.. and apparently, out of touch with all reality.

  • September 14, 2012 at 6:10pm

    The Constitution doesn’t forbid a government organization on the State or local level from public prayer or even from establishing a state religion. The state may or may not have a constitutional equivalent, but the original intention of our constitution is the law. Personally, I could care less who got annoyed or felt uncomfortable with prayer over a loud speaker. There is no cause to cave in because of the mere threat of a lawsuit. This country has lost its collective spine.

    If everyone wants to forbid government from participating in religious ceremony, an amendment would be required. Judicial bull crap doesn’t cut it.

  • August 29, 2012 at 5:41pm

    Who cares what kind of music it is. Why can’t we feel good about this event? What is the point of whining over the type of music… the music was broadcast from 700 million miles away on the surface of MARS for crying out loud! Another *first* for humankind.. a different kind of data and it sounds great considering what the data went threw to get here.