User Profile: CAmom


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  • [2] April 14, 2016 at 1:51am

    Do these people not know they’re in AMERICA? Where the language and culture and society and systems and foods are AMERICAN? If they want “their own tongue, their own foods”, they might need to go to their own country. I’m just so sick of being accused of being something I’m not – of all the isms. I have no problem sharing my country but don’t come in and grab everything, throw it to the ground and say it’s not enough, and then demand we redesign everything to suit you. smh

  • [7] April 12, 2016 at 1:23pm

    The statement was: “every young American should give a year of service to the country” whether that be through the military or through working in the non-profit space.

    I agree with you, that not all “youth” should be in the military – I don’t know that I’d want my children relying on some of them for safety…..but certainly there are other tasks which need doing, neighborhoods which need cleaning, etc -

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  • [10] March 31, 2016 at 2:52pm

    Oh, heaven forbid she be “re-traumatized” with the fake story she perpetrated which ruined the lives of all the young men she falsely accused of heinous deeds in public, which got them kicked out, fired, ostracized and generally – oh, what’s the word I’m searching for – TRAUMATIZED by her LIES. Kind of a life-lesson there, chickadee. You lie, you pay. I have ZERO sympathy for her. I don’t care if she didn’t have a bicycle or nice clothes or enough food or even parents growing up. Neither did I. It’s not a license to be a miserable excuse for a human. My open letter to her: Own your stuff, apologize for your hideous behavior, make some changes and create your own life the way you created that fake story. It’s about the same amount of energy, and it’s healthier for everyone. Now get on it.

  • [19] March 28, 2016 at 4:51pm

    You misunderstand – it’s not about a movie or a restaurant. It’s about the religious beliefs of the person providing the service. Take, for example the Christian bakers. They never refused service to gay couples. They were actually familiar with the couple who sued them, and had served them many times. It was the ceremony and the significance of the ceremony which was the issue. Just as some people feel a religious calling to dress more conservatively. Would you require they wear a bikini to work? Honestly, this is not brain surgery. How is it that so many can’t conceive that discrimination is a two way street? Are these Christians not being told they do not have religious freedom when they’re forced to go against their beliefs? Are they not being told they don’t have the right to free speech when they’re told they cannot voice their deeply held convictions?

    I am so appalled at the left I can barely speak half the time. This country is so rapidly turning into something out of a nightmare I can’t even believe it.

  • [9] March 28, 2016 at 4:37pm

    The Bill reads:
    30 All individuals who are ministers of the gospel or clerics or religious practitioners
    31 ordained or authorized to solemnize marriages, perform rites, or administer sacraments
    32 according to the usages of the denomination shall be free to solemnize any marriage,
    33 perform any rite, or administer any sacrament or to decline to do the same, in their
    34 discretion, in the exercise of their rights to free exercise of religion under the Constitution
    35 of this state or of the United States.
    Here’s the link….

    It’s pretty narrow.

  • [1] March 27, 2016 at 12:17pm

    Unless she worked for free on this movie, it’s just more liberal posturing. Crowdfunding, tearful interviews, proclamations of the “good” they are doing – honestly, do no liberals ever take an honest look at themselves? Is it a good thing to shed light on the practice? Yes. Is it going to stop trafficking? Of course not. And it’s certainly not limited to “other” countries – my nephew is a police officer in just ONE American city, and he works on a task force addressing young American girls being trafficked here in this country. How about hollywood look to our own problems for once, help out our own citizens. No, that would require them to actually question their own knee-jerk beliefs.–339689272.html

  • [439] March 14, 2016 at 11:21pm

    THANK YOU for using their names. Ambassador Stevens, Sean Smith, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods should never be forgotten.
    Monica Lewinsky’s ex boyfriend’s wife’s name should never be uttered again.

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  • [1] March 14, 2016 at 11:11pm

    I agree they didn’t divide the ingredients by the number of uses of each jar – but it’s still crazy pricey. I loosely figured it out – 1 oz is 6 teaspoon and there are some jars that are only 3 ounces – 2 tablespoons is an ounce, etc – so the smoothie adds up by the time you add up all the ridiculous ingredients. Still, not $200

  • [1] February 29, 2016 at 11:31am

    That song WAS moving. I am a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, and I was teary. What bothers me, though, is the attitude of the hashtag. #saveourgirls didn’t save anyone, a song doesn’t stop rape or assault, “raising awareness” doesn’t move people to action. I can remember when a family friend, a judge – was told about my abuse, his response was that he “didn’t want to get involved” – and that is still the majority response. A song isn’t going to change that. I see a mental picture of joe biden and the administration wiping their hands saying “Well, we’ve solved another one – sexual assault taken care of. Put that in the ‘win’ column.”

    The truth is, that was just a song. Abuse still happens, rape still happens, ignorance still reigns and people give lip service but they still don’t really care. Morals will change that. Our culture can help to change that. Self-defense can help, too – although not usually for the children who are victims.

    But until people care about the morals of our leaders and our society – when they stop believing the convenient lie that taking what belongs to someone else is somehow moral and right -or that God is some cartoon, invented for the less ‘evolved’ ~ we will still find ourselves staring back at people who have had EVERYTHING stolen from them.

  • February 12, 2016 at 7:49pm

    It’s not a “fear” of immigration – it’s a concern about ILLEGAL immigration. We either have borders and sovereignty or we don’t. Laws and the Constitution either matter or they don’t. The amount of melanin really has nothing to do with it.

    And the “people on your side” don’t give a damn about anything except their own power – and that’s why they want illegals to vote. Because political survival is and will always be the driving factor in promoting illegal immigration and immigrants.

  • [13] February 2, 2016 at 12:14pm

    Don’t forget, people are “children” until 26 now – so I’d say orphan. Although you can’t differentiate between male and female anymore either, so I guess it COULD be a widow…. Huh. Well, either way, you’re a racist. And islamaphopbic. And probably a gun-toting bible clinger. Obvi.

  • [18] January 25, 2016 at 12:32pm

    I don’t usually agree with banning words, but in the case of her favorite candidate, I’d make an exception. Let’s all agree we will NEVER use the word “President” when describing hillary.

  • [7] January 21, 2016 at 2:43am

    Off topic, but I just realized what a large percentage of the comments on this (and pretty much every) page remind me of; that creepy snot-nosed little brother/sister tagalong know-it-all who would walk up to you and your group of friends at lunch, standing just within hearing and then making ridiculous comments about how they could fly if they really wanted to, and how your shirt wasn’t tucked in and your shoes weren’t tied right. Desperate little beasts trying to make themselves feel relevant by knocking down someone else. I’ll just say it, since obviously it has ceased to be important to have good manners – if you have nothing to add, particularly if you have nothing nice to say, refrain from adding to the plentiful negativity already circling the drain.

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  • January 12, 2016 at 11:29am

    Not unless the volcano was driving an SUV or keeping it’s house at 75 degrees……..oh, wait……

  • [13] January 11, 2016 at 12:16pm

    “Beliketrey: frustrating that the very same logic applied to Syrian Refugees seems to fly right over their heads…”

    I wasn’t aware that non-citizens had Constitutional rights.

  • [5] January 11, 2016 at 11:58am

    Um…..I’m part of “America” and I don’t think it’s irrelevant. I think how she treated “those women” was despicable. But then, I thought how BILL treated “those women” (note that it’s plural) was despicable, too. He was responsible for my children, who were in elementary school at the time, knowing what a “Clinton” was. (not to mention that nickname for ‘it’). The President of the United States was a dirtbag (although I’d switch for what we have now) instead of a role model.

  • [25] January 10, 2016 at 9:31pm

    Essentially, she’s saying Germany didn’t do this “refugee thing” the correct way – and she’s right.
    THEY SHOULD HAVE CLOSED THE BORDER instead of letting them in.

  • [23] January 6, 2016 at 8:29pm

    What are you talking about? You don’t get ANYTHING – least of all Glenn Beck.

    Disagree with him, sure, but if you’re going to impugn his honor on his own site, at least provide SOMETHING tangible as proof. I don’t agree with everything he says (except “question everything”) but he is not the guy just trying to feather his own nest. If that were true, he wouldn’t be doing half of the things he does, which cost millions and don’t precisely flow into his bank account. (Like his charities’ instant disaster response and his “Restoring” series)
    Give me a break, wig -

  • [71] January 1, 2016 at 12:18pm

    ke1nyc you don’t even make sense. The Bakers were a private business, too – one THEY owned. What’s your point? The muslim workers at the meat plant are letting religion interfere with their JOBS and discriminating against their employers. You really don’t understand what religious freedom is, do you? You seem to believe it allows the government to force Christian businesses to act against their religion but protects muslim workers when they damage their employers’ business.

  • [4] December 31, 2015 at 7:50pm

    0bama already took the country on that particular joy ride, there, louis. Thanks for stopping by. Now go home.

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