User Profile: burdenedsoul


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  • [2] September 13, 2016 at 2:07pm

    Yeah, they’ve always been twisted liberals but every so often they do make a good and funny point. It really isn’t enough to offset the absolute raunchiness that is South Park 99% of the time though and if anything good points are made by accident or have a double meaning.

  • September 7, 2016 at 8:52am

    @One.Of.The.Frogs.In.The.Pot, Disturbing but good to know.

  • September 7, 2016 at 8:45am

    I almost can’t believe that they have the balls to go after this one. Then again, The American left will rise to the occasion when any group plays the victim and they understand this and know how to use it to the detriment of America. I’d have better luck busting through a concrete wall with my bare fists than I would talking sense into such people at this point because the truth is that there are evil people and evil ideologies in this world and when they are right in your face they call you to action. A coward cowers and begs or needlessly lashes out when backed into a corner but a rational and thinking human being knows when it is the correct moment to act, be that action expressed in simple words and gestures, the written word or a response of violence as a necessity such as in self defense, the “timing” is always intuitive. Most of us have a conscience that tells us exactly what we should be doing in any given moment and sometimes it takes a lot of courage to follow that. A coward is a person that does not. They see conscience as an enemy. A pursuer who would bind them to a set of morals and principals that come naturally from within if we listen and trust. The American political system is rife with cowards. People that have the power to change everything that would instead watch the world burn for the sake of self preservation. Cowards are politically useful as well because they are the easiest people to brainwash and use. Nothing is sacred anymore.

  • September 5, 2016 at 11:34pm


  • [2] September 5, 2016 at 11:34pm

    Haha, oops, yeah I knew that. Dolly and Hillary were introduced at the airport lol. My bad.

  • [1] September 5, 2016 at 11:32pm

    Truth to power lol.

  • September 5, 2016 at 11:12pm


  • [13] September 5, 2016 at 11:06pm

    In Dolly Kyle’s book, Hillary the Other Woman, miss Kyle describes her very odd first introduction to Hillary by Bill who was actually fooling around Dolly with Hillary at the time. Dolly described her first impressions including irksome details like her utter lack of hygiene and horrid interpersonal skills to start. She said that she smelled so bad and looked so homely that she didn’t even want to let her ride in her car. She actually thought that Bill was playing a sick joke on her at first. This is very disturbing because it sheds light on the relationship that they really have. It’s a marriage of convenience between two sociopaths. He needs her to cover up his dirt and function essentially as his mother while she benefits politically and monetarily by association. Bill gave up a decade long relationship with Dolly, a gorgeous woman of class and integrity, to pursue a marriage with a dirty, angry little white trash gutter snipe from Arkansas. In some sense, if he ever had a soul I think that he sold it in that moment.

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  • [6] September 5, 2016 at 10:52pm

    Huh, maybe she’ll actually just keel over and die at some point. I can only hope.

  • [-3] August 23, 2016 at 8:26am

    @ndoilworker, Nobody with a brain in their head cares.I’m so sorry that this has lead to a strong degree of butthurt but it is what it is. Good day sir or madam.

  • [-2] August 23, 2016 at 1:49am

    This is a much different comment section than I remember. I had might have just as well just posted this on Youtube or Facebook lol.

  • [-2] August 23, 2016 at 1:26am

    @Cirrus, Don’t be such a sheep, your original comment suggests that you are smarter than that and that you experience empathy so please don’t sell yourself short for the sake of fear.

  • [-2] August 23, 2016 at 1:22am

    I had something smart to say but SDRRepublic64 beat me to the punch with this “Oh, like they impeached Obama? YOU opened your mouth too soon and with something not very smart.”

  • [-2] August 23, 2016 at 1:19am

    @ndoilworker “I decided to put this in the Social Issues and Civil Unrest forum because Mr. Beck is an agent of exactly these two topics. He is consistently incorrect in his predictions and is also constantly grasping at straws to gain whatever ratings at whatever turn and whatever cost. Mr. Beck does not care about the American people, Mr. Beck doesn’t care about anyone but himself. So without further ado I present some of his failed predictions:” A direct quote from your awful link. This is followed by 9 stretched attempts at painting Beck as a sociopath as well as 5 utterly irrelevant and totally context-less video links that were designed to reinforce that idea. Nice try buddy but anyone who has an ounce of common sense can see right through you. I’m not so sure that such people are present at the moment but here’s to hoping.

  • [-2] August 23, 2016 at 1:06am

    @SDRRepublic64 I can’t deny that a lot of his predictions can be easily perceived as wrong right off the bat. In fact, that was one of the largest contributing factors to why I distanced myself from him in the first place. However, it seems that a good number of them actually do tend to come to fruition. The problem seems to be that he tends to jump too early on a lot of them. Beck’s 2012 in 2010 is our new normal now in 2016. Sure he was off by 4 to 6 years but he wasn’t wrong and I think that the same pattern can be observed in a lot of what he has to say.

  • [-1] August 23, 2016 at 12:58am

    @SDRRepublic64 “SUPPORT SOMEONE (whether you believe him or not) who says he will do the right thing for us, things that will help turn this country back to our Constitution, at least, try to.

    LEAD, FOLLOW, OR GET OUT OF THE WAY!!!” This is the exact same mentality that put Hitler into power. To offer blind faith to a person’s words is beyond foolish. Read over your own comment and then tell me how much sense it makes to elect a sociopath that tells you what you want to hear. The last part of your comment does make a lot of sense and if I were asked then I would lead but what I will not do is vote for either one of the horrible choices that are being presented to us. These are revolutionary times and the comfort associated with electing someone within a working system is nonexistent but it’s something that no one wants to really believe that they don’t have. If the American people had any clue what the path that we are on is actually leading to then we would have nutted up and marched on Washington back in 2012. Now we are left with two bad choices and most of us feel a strong need to side with one or the other when the truth is that we’ve had our decision stolen from us and we’re all too damned apathetic to do anything about it.

  • [-2] August 23, 2016 at 12:35am

    @ndoilworker, Did I do that or were you just judging me from position of ignorance? Your point about principals makes no sense as they are objective rather than based on opinion. This means that if I’m right then you are are wrong or vice verse. There is no gray area here. If I were to tell you that the sun rises in the north and sets in the south would you regard that as a competent statement just because it’s what I feel?

  • [-2] August 22, 2016 at 7:14am

    No, and that perception is exactly what the problem is. It’s either the devil or the deep blue sea for cowards but the truth is that this is our country, this is our freedom and we need to stand for it or we will lose it completely. Please stop playing this stupid political game and take a look at what’s right in front of you. A generation of mankind has never passed without facing the challenges that we have before us today and our forefathers were wise enough to read and learn from history in such a way that they set us up to avoid repeating it yet that is exactly what we are doing. America will fall to cowardice if people fail to stand on principal. If that means electing the lesser of two enemies then that is the unfortunate reality for the time being. If that means a vote for Trump then so be it, if that means a vote for Hillary then so be it. At the end of the day the future is set and we need to start thinking about how to deal with it when it comes.

  • August 22, 2016 at 6:45am

    It doesn’t so much as it has to do with disagreeing with God in my case. Beck is a man and a flawed man that i respect but God worked through him to save me and I credit none (not even Glenn) for that. God saved my life plane and simple and it doesn’t really matter which medium he used to accomplish that task because it has been achieved and I have nothing but gratitude to offer in return. We are all human and as such we all have an opinion and I respect yours but I also must respectfully disagree on the premise that a lot of the things that he says don’t make sense right now but they will make a whole lot of sense in the world that is to come. I am sorry for your nephew’s situation. I can offer little by way of helpful council on this but I would wholeheartedly recommend Roy Masters and his meditation. It played it’s part in freeing me from hell and I think that it could do the same for others.

  • [-3] August 22, 2016 at 5:32am

    Something just hit me hard and out of the blue. I’ve felt a disconnect with Beck for a long time when it comes to his overview of this election. I’ve always been skeptical of Trump but I rested for a long time on the thought that he may be that second chance. America’s saving grace. I wanted to believe that but it’s apparent to me at this time that I would be lying to myself in order to stave off my darkest fears so that I could believe such a thing completely. The truth is that Glenn Beck is right and I’ve been afraid to admit that for the longest time because the implications are terrifying. I owe Mr. Beck an apology for this. I’ve gone so far as to poke fun at his weight and regard his position as slanderous and I’m ashamed right now because of those things. It was ego plain and simple. I thought that I knew better but I didn’t. God gave Glenn the truly unique gift of fore site. That gift saved my life as a young man who struggled with a drug addiction. I still remember in 2005 when he made an address to the average worker stating (I’m paraphrasing) that “You need to make yourself valuable to your employer in order to survive what is coming.” I kicked heroin at 18 because of that statement and began to make the best of myself from then forward. I can’t imagine what my life would be like without his influence.When all is said and done even the best of us can be twisted and I was but now I’m not. It takes courage to stand on principal in these times. Please stand with me.

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