User Profile: Darth Matter

Darth Matter

Member Since: September 15, 2010


  • [1] December 12, 2014 at 9:30am

    Perhaps try referring to them as natural laws then, taking God out of the equation. When society deems that water is no longer required to sustain life it’s not going to end well. This is a more extreme example of societal ignorance of natural law.

    Try this one: People’s belief that species don’t evolve over long time periods. When bacteria have become immune to all of our antibiotic medications where are we?

    Maybe you can come up with one too, but it still doesn’t change the point of what I’m saying.

  • [1] December 12, 2014 at 9:18am

    Thanks for your comment. The fact illustrated in that sign is that you can have 2 people with the exact same genetic code and different sexual preferences. 1 identical process with two different outcomes. So now you know where I found ‘actual fact.’

    Based on this fact, logic dictates that sexual preference is not an inherited trait. Simply using facts to govern logical conclusions is not hating anyone. Your comment is exactly the determination “to ignore facts and logic for the sake of ‘fairness’ and ‘acceptance’” that I was referring to. Thanks for showing such a great example of it.

  • [2] December 12, 2014 at 9:11am

    Nobody is born left handed; or right handed for that matter. Babies don’t start to favor one hand over the other until about 18months old (first link on a quick web search). Then you typically associate with whatever your parents use (~90% of the time). I have a brother who is truly ambidextrous so he never limited himself to just one.

    Thanks for your reply. Next time maybe you should make sure you understand what you’re talking about though.

  • [36] December 11, 2014 at 10:25am

    ‘“I am shocked and really disappointed that at the end of 2014, we have a billboard in the middle of our city that says that kind of hate,” Beth Panilaitis, the organization’s executive director, told WVUE-TV.’

    Since when is using fact and logic hate? If it isn’t encoded in your DNA you weren’t born with it. It was nurtured into you by your society’s acceptance of it. Since our society at present seems determined to ignore facts and logic for the sake of ‘fairness’ and ‘acceptance’ I fear that it is doomed for a stunning demise just like every society that has tried it before.

    God’s laws are the laws that govern nature and if you disregard those, the natural punishment for breaking those laws will naturally follow.

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  • December 4, 2014 at 11:01am

    NY Dems, I have a proposition for you. You stop allowing the police to enforce the law entirely for 1 month and see where that gets you.

    Accidents happen in law enforcement. Nobody is perfect. This guy would still be alive if he hadn’t broken the law in the first place.

    I have to side with the guy who’s life is on the line to uphold the law. Since apparently you don’t, I don’t think they should be obligated to put their lives on the line for you. I propose that the law enforcement in NY takes a 1 month respite and let these idiots learn what they do for them.

  • [7] November 12, 2014 at 12:52pm

    Thanks Matt for being courageous enough to say it. This is a subject I’ve often lamented, but whenever I’ve spoken it out loud I’ve been left pondering the ages old unanswerable question: “If a man says something in the forest and there’s not a woman around to hear him, is he still wrong?”

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  • November 12, 2014 at 9:45am

    Thanks for the thumbs-down genius. Too brave to answer my honest question I guess. Better just thumbs-down it.

    This is exactly why a lot of people don’t like Christians these days FYI.

  • November 11, 2014 at 11:44am

    I’m no scriptorian although I have read The Bible multiple times. The questions I have for those of you here who claim to be are: Where in The Bible does it expressly say that Jesus was not married? and: Does having been married make him any less the savior of all mankind?

    I don’t recall having ever read in The Bible that Jesus never married, and I don’t think that it is a comprehensive history of everything that ever happened in his life. More a succinct statement of what is important for us to know about his gospel. I also suspect that there are a lot of writings about him are not included in canonical scripture. I doubt that this one is authentic since it’s supposed to be 1500 years old and I don’t necessarily trust 500 year retrospect. That being said, the only perfect human who we should use as our role model, could easily have been married and had children within that relationship without hurting my faith in him since that has been ordained of God.

    Help me out here…

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  • November 6, 2014 at 10:57am

    Mr. Krauss you are a despicable human being. What has religion done to you in your life to make you think it is acceptable to brainwash children to be opposed to it?

    Religion is but one example of how this tactic could be (and is) used. Others include teaching that the US is a democracy, never teaching about its foundation or what lead to it, and teaching that science has (ANY) absolute answers to the most basic questions about the universe (like “Why does it exist?”).

    Many religious people are not any better though. They teach that the observations made and repeated by numerous scientists are also all wrong. Some things speak for themselves. Let’s say, for example, that scientists are completely wrong about everything. Using only your holy book of choice; How would you describe why/how you are sitting in your chair looking at your computer screen and reading this message? Because God made it that way no doubt. Gravity is holding you in your chair. Your eyes collect light from your screen and your brain interprets what is collected. Maxwell theorized in basic electronic theory that has evolved and culminated in your computer existing. None of those things are discussed in The Bible and yet they are known to us.

    My point is that understanding the world requires knowledge of both science and religion and they are not destructive to one another unless the people involved in them make them do so. God created both religion and science. Are either of them evil?

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  • [1] November 6, 2014 at 10:37am

    Hasn’t it? How many religious people do you know/see in the US today vs 20 years ago?

    When you are young and unable to think critically and your questions are reprimanded you will eventually quit asking them and therefore lose your ability to think critically.

  • [4] November 6, 2014 at 10:29am

    I thought “Global Warming ( or Climate Change, or Climate Weirding, or Ozone Holes, or Global Cooling, or whatever the latest iteration of it is)” was supposed to be killing all of our food crops by now. What’s this world coming to.

    On a side note, having been raised by the children of farmers and around farmers during my formative years, I’ve never heard a farmer wish anything but the best for his neighbors. Clearly this guy is a dirt bag. Trausch – u and c = Trash. I’m just saying.

  • [1] November 6, 2014 at 10:05am

    I thought “mercy killings” were a shariah law thing.

    I don’t see this as being any different than aborting a child because you’re not ready to take care of it.

  • [1] November 4, 2014 at 12:45pm

    Controlling and expecting to follow orders are entirely different things.

    I’m referring to greater control than the person’s conscience in a situation where their oath to defend and protect The Constitution from enemies both foreign and domestic might come into call.

    I don’t want ‘rogue’ officers in charge of our nukes, but I certainly don’t want a hyper-partisan administration who think citizens of this country are enemies in complete control over them either.

    Do you want a democrat robot who doesn’t have a conscience and follows orders from this administration as though they were from God at that control panel when the commander in chief decides that Texas or Ohio (or pick your group of people that could oppose his authority) is an enemy entity? We’ve already seen that they’ll use the IRS to silence dissenters. Why not have the ‘Chain of Command’ in place in the military to just go ahead and kill the dissenters or force them into re-education/labor camps? Sadly these are the things we have to think about with every action taken by this administration.

  • [36] November 4, 2014 at 8:52am

    Seems suspicious indeed. How likely do we think it is that the current administration wants someone in those positions that they can control? Might be worth asking.

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  • October 31, 2014 at 5:34pm

    Just got the same thing in Idaho yesterday. 3 notes that show up in the mail grading me on my voter turnout, etc. Mine didn’t sound quite so threatening though.

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  • [9] October 28, 2014 at 6:13pm

    “The only thing he’s interested in is protecting himself from political defeat.”

    From this administration too. Might be the very definition of ‘the pot calling the kettle black.’

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  • [1] October 28, 2014 at 10:03am

    MSNBC must be feeling threatened. Not surprising considering the apparent quality of their reporting.

  • October 27, 2014 at 10:01am

    I’m not sure how to react to this one. On the one hand you’ve got some idiot who sees a forced quarantine as a violation of her civil rights, so why should we think she would be willing to quarantine herself. On the other hand, as a guy called Benjamin Franklin once said, “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.”

    Giving this power to the government doesn’t seem like a good thing, but lets face it, she was willing to sacrifice her rights (potentially the right to life) to go to Africa to help fight this disease in the first place, so maybe that sacrifice extends beyond her trip there?

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  • [53] October 22, 2014 at 2:13pm

    Allow me to point out some obvious facts for you:
    1) The guy who wrote this article isn’t called Glenn.
    2) This article is drenched with sarcasm.

    If you read this page you already know that though, so I can only assume you’re talking to Glenn Beck because he owns The Blaze. In which case you clearly have no idea what you’re talking about unless you consider saying that the government shouldn’t be involved in any way with any marriage support for gay marriage. All I’ve heard him say in many years of listening to him is that churches should decide for themselves if that is something they will do and let the chips fall where they may. Also, FYI, since I can tell that you’re such an informed individual, nobody but the left has made the case that homosexuality is similar to race.

    Go troll somewhere that only the unthinking will be swayed by your ignorant remarks. It’s probably not going to work here.

  • October 21, 2014 at 4:03pm

    Sorry, but I have to side with the property owner this time. If you rent you have to make sure whoever owns the property you’re renting is happy with the arrangement.

    I would like to think that I have the right to throw anybody I want to off of my personal property at any time for any reason. I certainly don’t want the VA or any other parasitic government entity to have the ability to tell me what I have to allow on my property.

    That being said, I would at least have enough decency to help a veteran find somewhere to go where his pet won’t damage my property and make sure he has time to do it. Three day’s notice is ridiculous. Shame on him for that.

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