User Profile: bravjim

Member Since: September 21, 2010


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  • [11] September 16, 2016 at 1:29pm

    Yeah, I have to laugh every time he says it. I’m not a republican, I a registered conservative (who promotes and votes for progressive republicans in every election.) Then he has the nerve to complain about the way Congress votes when he votes the same way. All I know, is it is very telling when a conservative stands on stage and says to vote your conscience up and down the ballot, and gets booed by the entire convention, it says everything you need to know about republicans. I didn’t leave the republican party, the republican party left me.

  • [2] July 28, 2016 at 8:32am

    Getting her partisan hack bonafides. She’ll be Hillary’s choice for AG. LOL

  • [6] July 28, 2016 at 8:30am

    No, she is completely biased herself. She is the prosecutor, she’s lost 3 cases and is being forced to drop the other 3. It’s no different than with the case against Casey Anthony (who was guilty but overcharged). She cannot prove that any of them committed any kind of homicide; she may have had better luck going for manslaughter, but even then it would be an uphill climb. She’s wasted millions of tax payers money pursuing these cases, not to mention the damage done to the city and it’s reputation, the violence and the riots that took place cost millions more. And they even paid off Freddie Grays mother for the lawsuit she brought against the city.

  • [1] July 25, 2016 at 11:15am

    Are you kidding? Of course the democrats are still trying to sell it. In fact, Obama and many of his surrogates have said that Global Warming is the biggest threat this nation faces, he even blames terrorism on global warming, ignoring the fact that they have been waging Jihad since the 7th century.

  • [3] July 25, 2016 at 11:11am

    Because voting for the lesser of two evils is still a vote for evil.

  • July 25, 2016 at 11:09am

    Except the long term effects of his policies would have the exact opposite effect. Starting trade wars hurts employment in this country because when the tick for tack tariffs begins, it pushes American goods out of the price range of citizens in other countries, thereby destroying the demand for our products. It’s been proven over and over again throughout the history of economics.

  • [1] July 25, 2016 at 11:03am

    But Christianity is not a religion, it is a relationship. Actually, it’s many relationships. It’s a relationship with God, but it is also a relationship with yourself and with everyone you come into contact with.

  • July 25, 2016 at 11:00am

    The answer is pretty clear in my book. No president and no Congress is able to deliver us from this evil world. Only our heavenly Father can do that. Stop relying on lying politicians and start relying on Him,

  • [2] July 25, 2016 at 10:55am

    So said the Hitler brown shirts, because they made him out to be a great man too. How’d that turn out?

  • [3] July 25, 2016 at 10:51am

    You are so right. There is something from him that I want, someone who will love and honor the Constitution. I am not willing to give someone power over me that I do not trust to uphold those principles in the constitution, because the constitution is a guarantee of my rights and a guarantee that no one man will be able to abuse that power. That was the reason the founder’s placed checks and balances within the Constitution. As Obama has shown, if you put someone in power who is willing to abuse that power, they will not fail to abuse it. Donald Trump has a narcissistic personality disorder, which is a common trait among most dictators. King George was a narcisstic personality, and abused the colonies, and our founders rose up and won independence and created the Constitution in order to prevent that from happening again. Obama is one too.

  • July 25, 2016 at 10:41am

    Freespeechtest, your comment couldn’t be further from the truth. You might want to put your boots on because this is going to go pretty deep. The entire purpose of Him creating us was to create us in His image, just as your child is created in you and your spouses image. His image is one of noble character– love, righteousness, wisdom, honor and integrity based in truth & justice. In order for us to be made in His image, He had to give us the ability to choose to be in His image and thus He had to give us free will. He had already made the angels, and some of them rebelled against Him. So when He gave us free will, He built consequences into the choices that we made in order to teach us how to make good choices. But because we have a sin nature, we so often follow that nature rather than seeking Him and His wisdom, and we wind up making decsions for the wrong reasons. Whenever we make bad decisions, it leads to negative consequences in order to correct us. Just as you would correct your child by setting up negative consequences for when they disobey you, and likewise you reward your child when they follow your will and your authority.

    An election is a choice each of us makes, and it results in placing someone in power who will either make good choices or bad.. When they make bad choices, many people suffer the consequnces of those choices. When they make good choices, many people prosper. God’s will is for us to make good choices and to prosper.

  • [1] July 21, 2016 at 11:34am

    To Betsybee and other conservatives posting here: It is time to understand that the conservatives are now officially the rinos, being part of party that does not share their values and their principles, or their love for the Constitution and the natural rights that it is designed to protect. The republican party is now officially a progressive party. We need to start treating them as such.

  • [4] July 21, 2016 at 11:29am

    @Texasgranny: Trump never insulted marco’s wife, never accused his father of being complicit in the assassination of Kennedy, and never implied that Marco was a serial philanderer, like everyone already knows that Trump himself is. In the end, Marco has proven that he is as much a party hack a Chris Christie and Sean Hannity. I regret voting for him in 2010, when he ran as a tea party conservative. Now we know he is just another party hack.

  • [2] July 21, 2016 at 11:22am

    @princesskitty: Yes, he was booed off the stage at the RNC, just as he would have been at the DNC. Don’t you wish you could say the same for Trump? Conservatives are getting pretty used to getting booed off the stage by you progressives.

  • [1] July 21, 2016 at 11:19am

    bobbie22: I don’t think he wants your dream job.

  • July 21, 2016 at 11:07am

    Well, we all know that the mainstream republicans are all a bunch of progressives, so the similarities between them and the democrats should not be a surprise. That’s why Donald is so excited about going after Bernie supporters, while ignoring conservatives. After all, he has more in common with them than he does Constitutionalists.

  • July 21, 2016 at 11:02am

    Endorse Cruz? 3rd party candidates do not endorse their opponents, and if Trump had lost, he would have run as an independent. Let alone support or vote for them.

  • [1] June 6, 2016 at 5:41am

    Why do you find it strange to rely upon the Declaration of Independence in this story. The principles that were laid out in the Declaration were as profound and true as the moral law that is laid out in the bible. 3 years ago, I went through and memorized the first half of the Declaration because there is as much depth in it as I have found in scripture.

    In reply to DGDrew's comment on the contribution Erasing God

  • [4] June 6, 2016 at 5:36am

    Christians still account for 75% of the population, down from 90% just a couple of decades ago. And many Christians do not abide by the faith they proclaim. Of those that profess Christianity, only about 1/3 actually attempt to live Christian lives. We have become an apostate nation, and our only chance is to turn back to God.

    In reply to WeMustOverreactImmediately's comment on the contribution Erasing God

  • [12] June 6, 2016 at 5:16am

    It’s the same thing they did in Everson vs. Board of Education. In that decision, 150 years of precedent was overturned by the Supreme court in which they stated that the 1st amendment applied to the states. Up until then, the 1st amendment only had authority over the federal government. In their explanation, they stated that the founders didn’t really understand that it was applied to the states, but then they used the 14th amendment, as their means to apply it to the states, essentially tying two amendments written 80 years apart together.

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