User Profile: Bulldog Kisses

Bulldog Kisses

Member Since: April 14, 2011

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  • March 15, 2014 at 4:10pm

    He who laughs last laughs best, Bill. Not sure The Lord finds your smirk to be cute…justsayin’

  • March 2, 2014 at 5:45pm

    Dude doesn’t even bother to vote “present” any more; too busy doing his own thing. I guess it’s so he can say “it’s not my fault.”

  • February 11, 2014 at 3:16pm

    I also read an article on HuffPo about these papers being released and I thought it may be about getting out ahead of “bad” stories about Hillary prior to her running for president. A convenient way to control the conversation about Monica, universal healthcare, etc. before her opponents bring up the subjects. And, these are the thoughts/recollections/opinions of an important woman who, by the way, can’t be questioned, not just accusations of political opponents. I just don’t see this happening without benefit for the Clinton’s.

  • February 1, 2014 at 8:11pm

    Sorry for the name calling. Seriously, maybe I don’t understand your post. I am very sensitive to child abuse issues and I could have taken your post wrong.

  • February 1, 2014 at 7:12pm

    Wow, I really don’t know what to think of your comments; they do make you sound like one hard-hearted offspring of a female dog. I hope you were being sarcastic and I just didn’t get it.

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  • January 12, 2014 at 11:19pm

    Geeze, “Even so, come Lord Jes”??? Of course it is actually Lord Jesus. Sure messed up my finale by being too wordy.

  • January 12, 2014 at 11:14pm

    “I also do it to humanize the Palestinians: their families, their fears, their challenges,” she wrote, adding “my writings do not represent things that I want to do with my life….With all these written pieces, it has never been my intent to promote violence…This land will be proud that Palestinian babies are born men and women ready to spill their blood,…”
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    She talks about being born to spill their blood and die, making her children martyrs, etc. BUT, no way is she promoting violence. We’re just to dumb to know she’s talking about spreading flowers and perfume. What a load of crap! I presume when she refers to “this land” she is speaking of Canada since that is where she lives. How in the world people who spew such vile, hate-filled words in pubic are not prosecuted for hate speech and deported is beyond comprehension. If she is trying to “humanize” the people, perhaps she should not speak so demonically on their behalf. Just a thought; no offense intended. And all the while, Christian Pastors are being harassed and even jailed for quoting the Bible and WE are called the haters. The westerners who think appeasing these bloodthirsty people will work out for them/us are willfully blind.

    Jesus said, “Behold, I am coming soon! My reward is with me, and I will give to everyone according to what he has done. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.”

    Even so, come Lord Jes

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  • January 11, 2014 at 2:50pm

    Hooray! That’s awesome.

  • January 11, 2014 at 12:21pm

    G.E.R: If what you believe is true, what is your prospective on the fact that the more our country moves away from biblical principles and bible-believing leaders, the more our society deteriorates? I’ve seen this in my lifetime and by no means have I had a protected, bed-of-roses life. The results in our nation as well is the world are stunning to say the least.

  • January 10, 2014 at 11:57pm

    Hi DadRocked. Just wanted to add that not only vets have PTSD (not to minimize the horrors vets have seen in any way) although it is almost impossible from my experience to get doctors to acknowledge it. I’ve had it for much of my life and only two of dozens of doctors/clinicians who have “treated” me agreed with me. The first was a therapist facilitating a support group and told us a story describing a soldier in a foxhole in Vietnam; the fear, the enemy wanting to harm lurking in the dark and so forth. He then asked who he was describing and where. My answer was that it was me in my bed at night as a child which was the answer of many of the other women as well. My current doctor is the second to call it PTSD. So good to finally be affirmed. Anyway, the reason this article caught my attention is that I have had what I call panic attacks (violent shaking, crying, falling down sometimes), doctors insist this pseudo seizures although I find no difference in the definitions. My friends’ dog saw me have one of these episodes and now is very sensitive to my actions and if I speak loudly, which I often do. She gets upset and barks just like she did the first time and is very protective of me. I’ve found her actions so interesting so I’m sure trained dogs are a great blessing. I pray God’s presence will be strongly felt by these heroic men and women who have experienced war as they find healing. The Lord is the Healer and will never leave or forsake us.

  • December 23, 2013 at 1:37pm

    I agree with you, Ambrosia. A&E thought they were getting Honey Boo Boo and they got a tiger by the tail. (Sigh of satisfaction) God will not be mocked. EVERY knee shall bow. Praise the Lord and Merry Christmas to all men of goodwill. God bless.

  • December 9, 2013 at 9:51pm

    bfavre71, how I hope you are correct about the payday.

  • December 8, 2013 at 12:26am

    The work is named Last Judgement. Perhaps the writer is mistaken about the people depicted “heading off to heaven”.

  • December 7, 2013 at 1:02pm

    I for one can relate to this young woman. I lived most of my 60 years with that black hole in my soul. My father could have been a professional golfer, was a pro at a golf course when I was a little child, but chose to be a drunk, gambler and wife beater instead. Mom tried to get away from him when I was seven, after beating her so badly she was hospitalized, he was caught chocking her in the hospital bed. We were escaping to another state and Mom relented to take him with us because he threatened to kill her parents. In the new state, he continued to make our lives a living hell. The day we left him for another state, he held me (age 11) hostage with a pair of scissors to my throat. Mom broke the door to get me out and he slit his wrist and came out slinging blood all over until the police finally came. Mom divorced him and married a man who didn’t like kids. He used to tell us that kids are the screwing you get for the screwing you got. So warm and fuzzy, right? The ****** story goes on and on from there.
    The kicker was that I grew up so afraid that I was a goody two shoes. Then other people resented me because I was such a goody goody. They looked at me as a princess because I looked good on the outside and always did the right thing. Life can really suck and from the outside it is not always apparent. The Craigslist thing is goofy but I can understand the way she feels. I pray that she finds the Lord who can make all things new & give the love she longs fo

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  • November 23, 2013 at 11:32pm

    Seven year duration, right?

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  • November 16, 2013 at 3:15pm

    Disgusting pig of a man. MSNBC should be ashamed to air such trash.

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  • October 29, 2013 at 3:38am

    It’s good to hear the words of a principled man but so sad as well. So much talent being diverted from our healthcare system when they are needed more each day. I’ve come to believe that part of the “plan” is to bring more and more immigrant workers the healthcare system. It’s astounding, here in CA at least, how many of the healthcare workers appear to be foreign born. This concerns me because my observation has been that coming from a different worldview than American, some (many?) don’t understand us; we’ve all heard about the “ugly American” image we have abroad and how we are viewed a spoiled in comparison to where they come from.

    By necessity I have used sliding-scale clinics for healthcare for the past four years. When I went to their dentist, a Hispanic woman, for a toothache that required the capped tooth to be pulled, She asked where I got the cap and told me to go back there!! If I could have afforded to go back there, I certainly wouldn’t have been in her chair! I had already paid the co-pay but just left the office because I was so angry I was afraid to even respond to her for fear I would lose it on her. It’s humiliating to say, but I went home and pulled my tooth with pliers to stop the pain.

    I have several other experiences that bring me to this conclusion but I won’t tell them now because I’m probably already being labeled a racist by some of the readers. I’ll just say that it’s sad to see our beloved melting pot boiling over.

  • October 27, 2013 at 4:31pm

    One more thing…how did they know the waiter is gay? Did he tell them???

  • October 27, 2013 at 4:18pm

    My BS alarm went off as well. As Lucy said, the wording of the note does not ring true. Why would these people who speak about God’s love speak so harshly to the waiter; I don’t think true Christians who are so disgusted by his homosexuality would allow him to serve their food then stiff him for the tip to make their point. That doesn’t compute. Either the customers were doing some Christian bashing themselves or the waiter is or some sneaky little troll hoaxed them all! I’m wondering why they didn’t show the note in the report; would be interesting to see the handwriting. Also, if the man and his mother were grossly offended like this and wanted it to become public, why did they not want to comment personally? Something just isn’t right about the story.

    And, Ego your argument fails in the same way you accuse others. You say there are cruel people in the world therefore these customers must be cruel; then you call others idiots because they say homosexuals have faked other attacks therefore this waiter may have faked this incident. Same thing as far as I can tell.

  • October 27, 2013 at 3:00pm

    I’m happy to hear a Gen X’er speaking out. I know quite a few people of your generation who are wonderful, hardworking people and it has always pained me to hear your generation disrespected. I’m the mother of two of them and so grateful for who they are and the friends they have. Keep the Faith, Mystery.

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