User Profile: cbrian1978

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  • September 14, 2016 at 5:08pm

    It doesn’t matter. If he says what they like he gets a thumbs up. If you don’t agree they will figuratively kill him. All I ever hear on this website in the comments is downing black thug culture. Then this guy comes out, KING OF THUG CULTURE, and says something they like. They are all ready to sag their pants and listen to hip hop. Everyone is missing the forest for the trees, and getting hung up on the little symptoms. No one is back in the lab trying to cure the dam thing. You can’t have a debate. No one will debate you. They just give you thumbs down. They don’t say why thumbs down, just thumbs down. Now what if my post showed that I was way off the mark and desperately could use the advise of a wiser man. Not on this crappy website. Just a thumbs down, leave you scratching your head, and no more the wiser for the interaction. This site is a joke. It’s one big circle jerk of like minded people repeating the same crap and patting each other on the back. This website is where thoughts go to die. A virtual grave yard of so many ideas that at some point it all became muddled, and no one even remembers why the hell we came here in the first place. Everything is smeared and there is no clear lines to be found. Goodbye blaze. I can no longer allow my energy to be sapped trying to reach others and hoping someone smarter reaches me. If this is the way you guys spread the word in real life you got a big wake up call coming. Sad…

  • [1] September 14, 2016 at 4:58pm

    With the above taken into account I will give my opinion on this story. I don’t care what Little Wayne thinks about racism. He is one man. He does not speak for all people of color. With that said racism and classism do exist all over the world. Throw on your grungiest work clothes and go shopping at a upscale boutique and you will find that out quick. Whether or not they are part of the natural order of being human, or whether we have created them doesn’t matter as much as first seeing they do exist. Then we can tackle the why, and whether they are a problem, or just part of life.

  • September 14, 2016 at 4:52pm

    It’s a sad day here at the Blaze. To all those seeking answers, this is not the website for debate, but rather an open forum for like-minded individuals to express their beliefs to other like minded individuals who will not descent.

    Open your Bible, read authors from the 18th century enlightenment, and works by Adam Smith. Derive at your own conclusions and be brave enough to take what you have learned at test it against others understanding. The only way to arrive at the answer is to have your ideas tested against the beliefs of others. If they cannot be refuted you are on the right track. On the other hand if someone is able to decimate your beliefs using logic and reason, then maybe you should consider rethinking your stance.

    The most important thing to remember as you go about your journey for knowledge is that each piece of new information that you receive should be treated as a building block. That means you must resist the urge to cement your ideals to early in your journey. If you reinforce your ideas to early you run the risk of being blinded from seeing other truths as you discover them. When you reach the end of your journey, your ideals will be impregnable. Although reality is as humans with finite time we usually must settle for a solid foundation of morals that we use to test problems as they arrive.

    If you find yourself unable to discuss your ideas for fear of them being torn apart, then maybe you are already on the wrong track.

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  • [-2] September 14, 2016 at 11:45am

    If I don’t agree with every thought that goes through your head, can I still be in your club? Or if I disagree will you beat me to death with thumbs down? Are discussions a thing of the past on this forum or is it fall in lock step?

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  • September 13, 2016 at 6:53pm

    The pen is mightier than the sword. To bad most American’s went to public school…

  • [12] September 13, 2016 at 6:50pm

    They won’t turn it off. They want their cake and eat it too. I thought 20 years ago a day of reckoning would come for Washington. I thought it again 10 years ago. Now I have given up the idea all together. If it requires sacrifice don’t count on many people helping out.

  • [2] September 13, 2016 at 6:36pm

    My idea is not a rant about the ideas that this country was founded on, rather a jab at what it has become. I wouldn’t sign my dog up to serve in this the United States of America. With that said I whole heatedly believe in Capitalism, Freedom, Free Market, and ownership of property. I do however believe that for a government to deserve my support they must first be willing to do the one simple task with which they are elected to do, uphold the Constitution. Does this government we have today uphold the Constitution?

    I served my country, twice. My father served this country. My fathers father served this country. My ancestors fought here before it was a dam country, so don’t preach to me about patriotism. There is a fine line between patriotism and brainwashing. Learn the difference or blindly follow into hell.

    We complain that government is the problem, then we complain public schools are indoctrinating our children (also government). We tell our children to watch and learn, not to speak, but most adults have yet to figure out how to be an adult, so what are the children learning? And all anyone cares about is petty issues such as who said what or put their hand over their heart, while the entire thing is crumbling around you.

    Who gives a rats ass about who shows respect? I didn’t do it for respect. I don’t need respect from the likes of those who are unwilling to show it. It’s their right to do whatever the hell they want. I have more important things to worry about.

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  • [-4] September 13, 2016 at 11:32am

    See, everything is fine. Our children go to government schools, chant government chants, and fall in lock step. I mean it’s so amazing that us adults should learn from them. It’s not like adults are suppose to teach their children critical thinking skills, independence, etc…hell we are suppose to learn from them according to everyone in today’s society. Kind of like Hitler youth, they really fell in lock step, maybe we can get a Hillary youth camp going…give me break.

    In reply to the contribution Patriotism: Out of the Mouth of Babes

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  • [4] September 12, 2016 at 6:10pm

    Don’t forget…it’s not blue government that is the problem, it’s government period. Each and every president from current to 1912 has been part of the problem. Patriot Act ring a bell? Think how much fun Hillary will have with that if elected. So when you see a problem, don’t rush to legislate what you think the answer is. The only answer is the government does what the Constitution says it does, and the rest is life. Starving kids? Don’t call the government. Find out why their starving, and fix it. No government needed. If you refuse to do what is right, the government will do it for you. And they never get it right. You can’t legislate morals. When you do you end up with what we have now. If the people have no morals making laws does nothing. The people must be moral or nothing else matters. And by morals I don’t mean God necessarily.

  • [2] September 12, 2016 at 4:03pm

    Think of this country as a house. Now let’s say the house has a hole in the roof. That causes a lot of damage inside the house. So what do we do to resolve this issue? Logic says repair the roof, but we are ripping out drywall and carpet. We are getting ready to replace contents and have ignored the hole in the roof.

    Until this country comes together and agrees on some form of morals, just basic stuff, then politics is meaningless. At this point whoever gets in office can only make things worse. Why? Because government is not nor has never been the answer. Using the government to fix the roof is like hiring the tornado that damaged it to fix it. The problems are because of the government trying to help in the first place. People see a problem and think they need to fix it. Problem is not everyone sees a problem, and those that do will create a much larger problem allowing the government to get involved.

    Politics isn’t the answer. Getting back to the basics is. Love, understanding, seeking knowledge. Getting to know others and their point of view. Asking the question “why”, instead of freaking out over the symptoms and chanting the sky is falling. We need a refresher in basic ethics, philosophy, and morals. There is no magic man that will be elected and set it all straight, because the people are the problem. Without good people no one can repair the damage done. Trump, Clinton, Ron Paul…none of it matters when everyone is willing to use “FORCE” which is government.

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  • [1] September 12, 2016 at 3:50pm

    Everyone hates the government.
    Political Parties don’t work
    You get the government you deserve
    Free Market, Capitalism works
    You can’t legislate morals
    The little one liners everyone likes to use, but no one believes in.

    We say we don’t like the government and the greatest political men of all time have sworn political parties will be the downfall of this country. Yet we fight it out every four years to make sure our guy gets in office, as if some miracle or change will occur. That leads us to the next point that you get the government you deserve, that tells me this countries citizens are making quit a few bad choices. And it’s not a one sided problem. At the same time people in the GOP camp are screaming for trade reform and protection of U.S. jobs. Well where in the hell did Capitalism and the fair market go? You can’t have free trade and at the same time use the government to protect and influence trade. While we are at it let us make sure to press our guy into passing laws that benefit us, and when the other side does it we will cry bloody murder. The fiasco goes on and on. We say one thing, but that is for the other side not us.

    I was more than willing to fight along side my fellow American’s to take back this country, then I realized that until the hearts and minds of the citizens of this country get in check, then there is no point. You get the government you deserve. Politics is meaningless. Until you bring back some agreeable form of morals nothing matters.

  • [1] September 12, 2016 at 1:28pm

    An entire race of people kept down for hundreds of years only to finally realize freedom and be delivered into the hands of Democrats. All for the purpose of fooling and enslaving an entire race to be used as a voting block. And God’s children, and those that are merely represented as moral have nothing more to say on the subject than a few one liners and I told you so’s. When racism is screamed out in the crowd, just know this moment is what they are screaming about, you heartless aholes. Like 12% of the population, most trapped in government created poverty, are the big threats to the U.S. It’s all a side show and you fall for it every time. The average black person just wants to make a living and raise their kids. You wanna see the real threat to you, turn on the news and wave at your politicians, then take a swing by the ol’ Federal Reserve, and don’t forget to take a stroll down Wall Street. Hell farmers in this country are a bigger welfare burden than any minority group. But by all means place your focus right where the “man” wants it.

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  • September 12, 2016 at 1:15pm

    I have waited well over 2 decades staring the answer in the eye. I saw the corruption spreading. It started in the Democrats arena and it spread to the Republicans. You see your country is falling apart and you have two choices fight, or preach.
    After years of watching this story unfold I became enraged, waiting for someone to rise up. Someone I could follow. That day never came. I sank deeper and deeper into despair. And that is when I realized you can’t preach hate, the message won’t take. Since everyone is preaching hate, justified or not, then it is clear at this point it is all talk and only those that agree listen. That says that it’s pointless. Which leads me to option 2, preaching love.
    So I understand now that no one on the right will do a dam thing to stop it physically, and bitching and complaining doesn’t work. So that leaves me with trying to understand the enemy and change their hearts and minds. I don’t have to agree with them, just understand them long enough to reach them. So don’t think for a second I haven’t done my homework. I have spent my life trying to find a solution.
    Until you cowards have the balls to take back your country, I will continue trying it this way. I will continue to see it from the enemies point of view in hopes of reaching as many as possible. But after being burned by the GOP one to many times, I will not be sending anyone their direction. Change the hearts and minds, 3rd party, revolution, or go to hell.

  • September 11, 2016 at 2:22pm

    It’s sad that all some of these people want is their hardship of arriving at this place in time to be acknowledged. Yes, it is true they have all the same rights as you have now. But a mere 58 years ago that was not the case. They are asking that you acknowledge their hardship of having to fight for every right, and shed blood to be equal.
    Do you understand what that even means? It means there was a group of people not that long ago that where willing to die to make sure blacks could not join the white race (segregation), before that there was a group of people who would rather die than let blacks vote, and before that it was I rather die than blacks be free. How many still have remnants of that those attitudes of their forefathers? Acknowledgment and acceptance as an equal, that is the only thing that will solve this issue.
    The very fact we had slaves, should mean that we made a mistake, and work to correct it. We can’t hold the world accountable for it’s mistakes if we refuse to acknowledge our own.

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  • [-1] September 8, 2016 at 6:50pm

    @BillyHall and @georgeharrisong

    At what point did I suggest supporting BLM? At what point did I mention racism? At what point did I mention economics?

    Are you that blinded by this world and so emotional that reason escapes you? Re-read my post. It is about understanding, love, Rand, Bastiat, Smith, Hazlitt, Jesus, Aristotle, etc. It is about understanding others so that you may be able to rationally explain your view points, and maybe make a change in someones life. You will never solve any problem with force, finger pointing, blame, or government intervention.

    To call me a communist is beyond comprehension. Are your party lines so entrenched and so ingrained that you are incapable of conceiving what I am saying? Jesus Christ would never make a law forcing men to abide by his morals. He would ask that those that follow his message be an example for those who choose not to. He would never condone a true follower of his stepping down to the level of those who chose not to heed his word. He would be utterly disgusted by those belittling their fellow man, instead of using logic, truth, and patience to make a change in the hearts and minds of those who oppose your views.

    If your views and opinions are true and just, then have faith that your example is all that is needed to make a change. But the reality is the ones that should be a beacon are now filled with anger, hate, and aggravation. They have forgotten their core principles, and have taken to attacking their fellow man

  • [-1] September 8, 2016 at 9:18am

    Has the teachings of Jesus fallen out of favor? Is his just an antiquated tale of the past that is no longer valid so many years later? Did he not stress empathy? Did he not stand against the use of force? Was he not the one that stood against the politicians and religious leaders who twisted the meanings of the word of God? It wasn’t that long ago the question was asked “what would Jesus do”. Today no one is interested in his opinion, but that of their political party. The further this country strays from the “red words” the more blinded it becomes, and the church’s greatest champions, become it’s fiercest adversaries. With blinders firmly affixed you march your cause right off the cliff of rational thought. Love conquers all, while hate and hardened hearts blind you to the truth that love is the only rational act.

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  • [8] September 7, 2016 at 2:40pm

    The same dopes are experts on racism, because it doesn’t happen to them. The military industrial complex doesn’t happen to them. The militarized police doesn’t happen to them. Guess what, sooner or later it will happen to them, just hope by then it’s not to late.

  • [6] September 6, 2016 at 5:49pm

    Not that I don’t trust you, I don’t trust anything without seeing it in black and white, and from a good source. I searched high and low, there is nothing I could find that states she voted for Obama at any time. All I could find is blistering attacks on Obama. Believe non of what you hear and half of what you see.

  • [-1] September 6, 2016 at 10:34am

    You are listing all the things that are wrong in the black community. I have just explained to you the why. You never ask the why. You just ramble off statistics. The statistics that you are rambling off are the result of years of institutional racism. You are missing the forest for the trees.

    In hindsight it is really quit sad what the government has done to those people that where unlucky enough to fall prey to the governments type of help. Now they have traded one form of slavery for another.

    An entire race used solely for the purpose of securing votes. But instead of having compassion, understanding, and a desire to reach people who are lost in this hell, some rather point to the results and not ask why. Instead cast people out who have been fooled by a system they hate. You both hate the system, they just don’t know it yet and your to hateful to show them.

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