User Profile: Bob


Member Since: January 14, 2011


  • April 6, 2013 at 4:25pm

    If you are too crazy to own a gun, you are certainly too crazy to be driving a car. An insane person can probably do a great deal more damage with a vehicle than he can with a gun.

  • September 14, 2012 at 5:34pm

    Endorsement by any person or group does not constitute a law established by Congress. The Constitution was pretty specific for a reason. The problem is that some folks want to interpret government sanction as endorsement, that’s just plain WRONG. Various organizations, states and local goverments sanction a lot of things they don’t endorse. It’s called TOLERANCE.

  • September 14, 2012 at 5:13pm

    Who’s Constitution have you been reading??

  • September 14, 2012 at 5:10pm

    So when is someone in this country going to get the brass balls to speak out and tell the People, all the People, to read the Constitution for once and get it right. The Constitution’s first amendment says, “Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion or PROHIBITING the FREE exercise thereof”.

    First of all praying in school or anywhere else is not a LAW created by Congress and it can certainly be seen as the FREE EXCERCISE thereof. School districts are not congress and they can not pass any laws. If some folks believe the Constitution only applies to actions by the Federal Government then a local school is a state matter not federal. We need to take up a collection and get a high powered attorney to take a case to the Supreme Court and have them actually read the Constitution. If you don’t want to practice religion you are well within your rights to not do that, but you have absolutely no right to infringe on the free exercise of religion by others. Stand up America. Someone has to.

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  • September 12, 2012 at 2:57pm

    If. U.S. Marines were still guarding our consulates and embassies none of this would have happened. You don’t hire a fox to guard the hen house. Now the Marines should land on the shores of Tripoli once more and show the world our backbone, that is if we still have one?

  • August 8, 2012 at 2:07pm

    Being homosexual may not be a choice, but having same sex relations is definitely a choice. While it may be true that some human beings are genetically predisposed to attraction to the same sex, many others have been influenced by previous life events to accept and embrace the homosexual lifestyle.

    I have known a number of so-called gay folks who started out practicing heterosexual sexual behavior and then for reasons known only to them, the chose to begin practicing homosexual sexual behavior. That was certainly a choice. Explain that?

    Many heterosexuals prefer a celibate lifestyle and so can homosexuals, if that is what they ‘choose’ to do.

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  • June 22, 2012 at 3:43pm

    It’s this kind of extreme behavior that creates homophobes and with good reason. You just don’t want to hang around people who behave this way. And then they wonder why people don’t like them or are supportive of their cause. Perhaps we need to ask their none gay supporters why they condone this type of behavior when they probably wouldn’t from their own friends and neighbors.

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  • December 23, 2011 at 4:27pm

    Did everyone miss the point? It is not about Jesus or Mormonism, it is about voting for president. The last time I looked the presidency is a secular office. We aren’t voting for a Pope or the Archbishop of Canterbury or for the Imam of Mecca. We are voting for President of the United States and he will have to serve Muslims, Jews, Atheists, Buddhist, Hindis, and all other religious groups. I belief in God is a good thing, but not essential to the Office of he President. Wake up, this is America after all.

  • May 10, 2011 at 12:24pm

    The Miami Herald had the story. They said he said, “God is great” but since it was after the plane landed they didn’t think it was any organized terrorist threat just another nut job.

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  • March 18, 2011 at 3:12pm

    As a long retired Marine I will say that Marines stand up for this country, right or wrong. Marines aren’t Red or Blue, they are Green and they will always defend the rich, the poor; the intelligent, the ignorant; the naive, the boorish; the cowards, the brave; the saints, the sinners; and finally, the politicians and the smart and stupid people who elected them. Marines defend the Constitution and their country against enemies foreign and Domestic, not some political party or ideology. I can tell you that on the battlefield there are no Republican or Democrat Marines, or Christian, Jew, Muslim, or Atheist Marines. There are just Marines, pure and simple. As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be…. Semper Fi.

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