User Profile: CAmom


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  • [7] September 28, 2015 at 3:32pm

    People love to mock – from behind their keyboards, in their safe house, in their safe country, with their internet and their television and their superiority, and the man they mock, following a God they mock, is travelling a great distance, at great personal risk, to help a people and contribute to some modicum of good in the world.

    The mockers, not so much.

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  • [35] September 28, 2015 at 11:24am

    It’s vastly different. Reagan would not have badmouthed a fellow R – but he darn sure wouldn’t have gone on TV to blindly blather on about how great their illegal activities were.

  • [51] September 23, 2015 at 12:21pm

    ………so, do atheists just put up a blank frame? lol

    So boring, these people. Really? Can’t look at a photo of someone you don’t believe in? It’s like the guy has some sort of “power” over them or something. ;)

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  • [2] September 18, 2015 at 11:02am

    That thing did NOT look like a clock. It looked like a BOMB. And the cops STILL would have let him go if he’d actually spoken to them with respect instead of just repeating “it’s a clock” and refusing to explain what he was doing with something that looked EXACTLY like a BOMB.

    It wasn’t planned, he didn’t tell anyone he was bringing it, and he acted suspiciously when interviewed by the cops. Smells like a setup to me.

    And it has nothing to do with the fact that he’s muslim OR an assumption by police. If YOU took that thing to a mall, or an airport or a school and then refused to say anything except “it’s a clock” – you would land yourself a lovely overnight accommodation if not worse.

    And yes, those boys are liars and thugs, and desperately trying to deflect.

  • [5] September 18, 2015 at 10:53am

    At first, the video came out, and these two come out and say “Oh, but he said racist things, that’s why we hit him” – and that didn’t get them off the hook. So now, they’re expanding their excuse – er, reasons – to include the “fact” that the coach “told them to do it”.

    I don’t buy it.

    My GUESS is, the ref made some bad calls (and of course, anything which doesn’t go your way is a ‘bad call’) and there was probably some grousing on the sidelines, the coach probably did say something stupid in anger like “We should take him out!” and these two knuckleheads decided to oblige. I doubt seriously that it was a directive, and I doubt seriously a ref on the field would be yelling racist slurs at players.

    And yes, boys, everyone sees you as thugs or gangsters and thinks you did this because you’re bad guys – because your ACTIONS belie your words of innocence.

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  • [2] September 15, 2015 at 10:28pm

    I think maybe people all START the same – but bulger, isis, hitler, stalin, hussein, bin laden, people capable of the heinous acts we’ve seen – have eradicated their humanity.

  • [18] September 2, 2015 at 8:12pm

    Literally millions of people disagree with you.
    She writes her songs, choreographs, runs her own production company, gives to charity, is kind and gracious and wonderful to her fans, gives of her time and in general is a stellar human being. I’m thrilled that my daughter looks up to her as a role model, since there are so many other choices which are not NEARLY even acceptable.

    What have YOU done to improve the world?

  • August 25, 2015 at 11:48am

    Oh. there’s some mythical “real dad” out there? Kinda like looking for the “real killers” right, shaun? How ’bout you clear all that up with a simple dna test, eh? Seems like you could shut all the critics up with just one little test, wonder why you won’t do it?

    Things that make you go hmmmmmmmmm…………

  • [11] August 25, 2015 at 11:25am

    That’s bs. Military is arguably the ONLY thing the government should “do big” – supporting the military is to support the protection of EVERYONE in this country. It’s not some country club. It’s hard and it’s dangerous, and it’s full of Amazing men and women, like this 93 year old hero, and the 2 soldiers travelling with their other friend in Paris who stopped the terrorist on the train.

  • [19] August 21, 2015 at 4:45pm

    I’m just thinking about

    “… heard the sound of a Kalashnikov being cocked”

    and thinking about how amazing it is that those Marines KNEW immediately what that was, much less immediately CONFRONTED the man, knowing what he had.

    Semper Fi, indeed.

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  • [14] August 6, 2015 at 11:37am

    So, a partisan rises to a position of power and then uses that position to go after those with whom she disagrees – with the full support and backing of the administration – all the way to the president. TO. THIS. DAY.

    …..and American yawns.

    Wow. 1984, here we are. All the times I was warned, and I didn’t believe it. I didn’t believe the American people would calmly accept this level of corruption. Not only accept, excuse.

    Absolutely heartbreaking. All I can do is encourage my children to question, research and stand.

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  • [2] August 5, 2015 at 2:00pm

    Should have given him a ticket and too bad if he lost his license. Obviously it made NO IMPACT whatsoever. Coleman didn’t appreciate the favor and tried to make it appear the cop had a history of bad behavior. The bad behavior (and childish, imho) was on the part of the crooked politician.

  • [16] July 31, 2015 at 11:26am

    I’m oddly sad. This doesn’t affect me; yesterday if you held a gun to my head I wouldn’t have been able to come up with your name, and I’ll still read the Blaze. But it’s kind of like when someone leaves a sports team I follow. It has NO AFFECT on my life. I’m still bummed a little.
    But the truth is, it’s awesome. Change is good, it’s necessary, it’s sort of the flame which tempers us in life. And seeing someone move in the direction of something new, something exciting and fulfilling is GOOD for the rest of us. It’s a little sad to see you go, but because it’s for ‘good’ reasons, it’s inspiring and uplifting, too.
    …..and that’s one of the coolest tattoos I’ve ever seen.

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  • [3] July 31, 2015 at 11:19am

    Just not someone who can’t spell.

  • [13] July 26, 2015 at 9:32pm

    john kerry a war hero? Hah! And non-pc opinion? You are seriously deluded if you think kerry calling our ACTUAL heroes barbarous murderers or uneducated losers is simply a non-pc opinion, you’re really not playing with a full deck.

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  • [2] July 21, 2015 at 10:54am

    It won’t be converted, it will be blown up.

  • [34] July 20, 2015 at 7:22pm

    I am VERY interested to hear how the videographer CREATED a situation where the pp doc told the “actors” all about how all her clients WANTED livers, and how she had a “16 weeker” with great body parts, and how they KNOW how to crush the baby so that the specific body parts aren’t crushed. How they created THAT scenario is really interesting, while she paused to swill wine and chomp on salad. Because whenever a NEW situation comes up where people are literally talking about chopping babies up and selling them, it’s REALLY common to be so laissez faire about it, to the point where you pause in the telling in order to eat and drink. Obviously, the people who videotaped her were somehow controlling her.

    ……seems legit.

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  • [5] July 20, 2015 at 5:10pm

    Not understanding why everyone instantly jumps on Shapiro, saying he was being “aggressive” and “rude” and “insulting” to state the scientific facts about dna not changing, but it’s NOT “aggressive” and “rude” and “insulting” to DEMAND that absolutely everyone embrace and respect their opinion, regardless of scientific, legal or religious objections.

  • [8] July 14, 2015 at 12:30pm

    They had baked cakes for them before. It wasn’t the baking of the cake or the receipt of money, it was the support of marriage they felt went against their religious beliefs. SURELY you aren’t that dense.

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  • [5] July 14, 2015 at 12:28pm

    Yeah, I’m sure the gay people donating and the atheist get ALL their news from “right wing sources”.

    And – the $135,000 was NOT based on the publication of the info. That was “the agency’s THEORY of liability” – the agency being Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industry (BOLI) – and it was rejected by the final determining authority, BOLI Commissioner Brad Avakian, as stated in the final finding of facts:

    The Commissioner concludes that complainants’ emotional harm related to the denial of service continued throughout the period of media attention and that the facts related solely to emotional harm resulting from media attention do not adequately support an award of damages. No further analysis regarding the media attention as a causative factor is, therefore, necessary.

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