User Profile: The-Right-Rider


Member Since: February 25, 2013


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  • July 1, 2014 at 6:16pm

    And how much “love” did Jesus show the pharisees when he called them vipers and hypocrites for their hypocrisy?

    You and elton confuse Jesus for some wandering woodstock hippy. Sorry, nothing could be further from the truth. If Jesus was alive today he wouldn’t want to be alive anymore. Simply one touch of this polluted wasteland would be enough for him to expedite his arrival as a spirit in order to put an end to the kind of evil people like you consider “normal”

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  • [3] July 1, 2014 at 5:42pm

    As soon as I read the title I instinctively thought “prejudicial person” as soon as i saw the first photo I immediately thought “lesbian” as soon as I finished reading the article I I came to the conclusion that she is just another dopey left wing useful idiot sexual deviant racially motivated moron. The fact that she loves obama was almost a given.

  • August 16, 2013 at 1:42pm


    You sir have an intriguing penchant for elaboration. Now i know what it’s like to debate me lol.

    I suppose we can bring this to a friendly conclusion by simply “agreeing to disagree” although i will say this:

    The difference between the Flood and the cataclysm that wiped out the dinosaurs is that one wiped out the dinosaurs, wheeas the other was designed to wipe out the nephilim and the rest of the wicked Men.

    Going by your premise, Man was around during the age of the dinosaur correct? So what would have prevented Man from being wiped out? I think your answer is “God” but my answer is, why wouldn’t God then make mention of that in the bible? Surely something as important as a pre-Flood cataclysm would be mentioned by the bible wouldn’t it?

  • August 16, 2013 at 12:43pm

    I forgot to mention: i was also an atheist once upon a time.

  • August 16, 2013 at 12:39pm

    If this lezzie were a guy, he would have been given the chair already.

    It just goes to show: homosexuals have special rights that non homosexuals do not enjoy.

  • August 16, 2013 at 11:40am

    What do you expect frorm a cow faced loser liberal who cries “racism” just to boost her sagging ratings and relevancy?

    Her mother should have named her NOROM so she could have reversed it to spell MORON later on.

  • August 16, 2013 at 11:35am

    This homosexual terrorist gets no pity from me.

    He did what he did as a result of his homosexual mental disorder.

    He is just another example of the disatrous move to legalize homosexuality in the military. More like him will follow.

  • August 16, 2013 at 10:47am

    The saddest thing about this story is that there are technically over 12 million morons who subscribe to obama’s twitter page, likely out of admiration.

    That’s a lot of useful idiots.

  • [3] August 16, 2013 at 10:27am

    I can’t speak for everyone else of faith, but i can say for certain in regards to myself that i encapsulate the best of both worlds as far as intelligence and faith is concerned.

    I possess a genius level IQ and am a current member of Mensa. I was also a former NASA employee who worked on the external tank and possessed (for a time) security clearance.

    I am also a person of absolute faith who regards the Word of God as immutable, inviolable, and perpetual.

    Why does any of this matter? It helps diminish the stereotyped banalities that characterize people of faith as somehow being intellectually inadequate and people who prioritize their intellect as being theophobic as a matter of neuro synaptic necessity.

    I exist as a reconciliation between both worlds, and i’m not the only one.

    Indeed, Einstein once opined “science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.”

    People of faith can have a propensity for higher thought, just as people of higher thought can have a propensity for pious belief. The two need not be considered enemies but rather estranged philosophical siblings who are both in search of the ultimate truth (when the motive is rooted in honesty) even if they approach the destination from different ideological perspectives.

    Science (scientists) help explain the HOW’s behind the perceivable universe, whereas faith (the faithful) explains the WHY. Both are essential to the truth. Both have benefits. Both can posses the answers.

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  • August 14, 2013 at 9:25am


    Interesting. I must say i’ve never come across someone with your particular historical perspective, but i must still disagree.

    You are assuming that animals remained docile AFTER A and E were exiled, when the bible makes no such claim to that effect.

    You also believe that Man would have been as resourceful as he is today, not realizing that after the garden it is far more likely that A and E’s offspring would have become feral and savage, to reflect a proper adaptation to their environment.

    As proof of this, i submit to you all the stories of children who were lost in the jungle and were discovered years later: hirsute, barbaric, feral and savage. They were denied a proper upbringing in human civilization and therefore reflected the wild state of their environment. What makes you therefore believe A and E’s children (the ones the Bible doesn’t specifically mention) would have been any different?

    For that matter, how would Man have survived the cataclysm that practically wiped out 99% of the dinosaurs? You say that Man and beast were living in separate environments, but you don’t seem to account for the flying dinosaurs (pterodactyls) or the sea based ones (like megalodon)

    Again i say to you, if Man had to compete with dinosaurs, we would have gone extinct and they would have evolved to a bipedal like state.

  • August 14, 2013 at 8:52am

    Michelle nailed it, as always.

    As i’ve always said, people who accuse everyone else of prejudice and racism are usually the ones who engage in it the most.

    On a different note, that Eboni Williams may be a prog but WOW..she is stunning. Im drooling here.

  • August 14, 2013 at 8:36am

    Anyone who goes up against the obama corruption machine, regardless of their political affiliations, will end up having a “mysterious accident” at some point or another.

  • August 14, 2013 at 8:34am

    More proof that a business establishment CAN INDEED refuse service so long as those grounds are not rooted in racial prejudice.

    Meaning: homosexuals don’t have the right to force Christian businesses to take their money if they are objecting on religious grounds.

    Take that, HarryPotter.

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  • August 13, 2013 at 12:39pm


    thank you for your comment about my former profession. (In case anyone was wondering, i was laid off when Obama fiscally gutted NASA)

    …No it doesnt make me impervious to having “ridiculous beliefs” if by that however, you are referring to my belief in faith, please remember that theophobic social scientists cannot disprove the existence of God, so therefore God and his teachings cannot be dismissed as being a thing of complete fantasy on those gounds.

    The scientic method in its most pure and layman understanding is: “that which cannot be disproved in a lab, cannot be dismissed outside of it”

    As a former atheist, i can easily substitute atheism instead of your subtle reference to faith and use that to indicate that i was indeed suceptible to “ridiculous beliefs” in my past.

  • August 13, 2013 at 12:14pm


    Thank you. I only mentioned it because Anton seems to be under the farcical impression that only those who reject pious principles can have any kind of legitimate connection to scientific understanding.

    The “10 billion” comment was on the extreme end, which i purposely mentioned as an example of a ludicrous number from pseudoscientists, just as i mentioned the 6,000 year old comment in regards to pseudoChristians who take the “day can be like a 1,000 years” comment to mean that a day IS a 1,000 years according to biblical perspective.

  • August 13, 2013 at 11:46am


    It’s pretty sad that you have to resort to theophobic banalties to try and discredit an entire philosophy you are intellectual at odds with.

    Its the equivalent of a woman stating that “all men are bad” simply because of a few bad experiences with them.

    The people behind this creationism exhibit may indeed be intellectually inadequate for what they believe but you however are hardly any better with your theophobic premise that people of faith who view the bible as an intellectual food source must somehow be malnourished as a result.

    For example: Doesn’t the bible state that there had to be light before there were plants, and there had to be plants before there could be animals, and there had to be animals before there could be people?

    How does a book of fantasy get something as scientifically plausible as that correct? Good guesswork?

    Maybe if you weren’t so busy trying to knock people of faith as primitive for being equal parts thinkers and believers you’d realize that both science and faith can reconcile in some areas, especially in regards to the truth.

    Didn’t einstein once say “science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind?”

  • August 13, 2013 at 11:10am

    Interesting theory Bones, but i dont believe its supported by the Bible.

    There is simply no way Man could have competed with a superapex predator like a dinosaur. We would have been wiped out and they would have been the ones to evolve.

    When God said “fill up the earth” wouldnt it stand to reason that it needed to be filled up because it was now near empty, as a result of the dinosaur extinction?

  • August 13, 2013 at 10:55am

    Harry Potter: Its pretty freakin arrogant of you to say that Donnie is “lying” when you dont know the man personally. The evidence points to you being the liar given that you want everyone to believe homosexuality is immutable, even though you provide no evidence whatsoever to support that belief.

  • August 13, 2013 at 10:52am


    “If you believe people can choose to be gay, I challenge you to choose to be gay for a day. For 24 hours, only be attracted to your own gender. Let me know how that works out.”

    People can choose to be homosexual, just as people can choose to remain straight. It’s not set in stone. I dont have to take your challenge because of my faith. Without faith people are far more likely to engage in behaviors that are perverse or obscene. Donnie Mclukin is an ex homosexual who has left the lifestyle because of faith, and he’s not the only one. You can lie to yourself and believe its immutable, but thats only because you want to believe you cant change so you can continue to remain homosexual. Nothing you have said, have ever said or will ever say about this subject will EVER be true, because the facts simply do not support any of your statements.

    Here’s a challenge for you: post the DNa strand that establishes genetic homosexuality. Until then, stop trying to pass off your view as legitimate. You’re just the token **** militant trying to mislead people with your bs.

  • August 13, 2013 at 10:48am


    “The merits of being gay are the same merits of being straight, they are the same merits as being black, and the same as being white.”

    I love how **** militants like you love to tether sexuality to ethnicity, while conveniently omitting the posting of any evidence to support just how homosexuality can be considered genetic (like ethnicity) Wishful thinking maybe?

    “When people finally start treating everyone else equally, as human beings, then these civil rights fights will cease.”

    So basically, when we start seeing perversions in the same way as people, we will all live in a blissful utopia free of pain and suffering? Really? So i guess we should consider incestuous people as being “born that way” as well right?

    “And no one can choose or change their sexual orientation. They can lie about it, but not change it.”

    Oh the arrogance here is appalling. Basically, every single person who has left the homosexual lifestyle is lying, because YOU feel they are? Perhaps the more accurate thing to say is that you are the one who is lying to yourself about this? Yes, i think i will go with the latter.

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