User Profile: downhillmike

downhillmike

Member Since: June 09, 2011

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  • August 8, 2014 at 1:54am

    Last year it was reported his officer and many band members are way It now eevident that the gay Nazis are taking over and getting rid of the conservatives. Onlya matter of time before the military is a gay bastion.

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  • September 18, 2013 at 10:11am

    Actually it has more to do with teenagrs in packs, we just see it morewith the black community since they are more tribal in nature.

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  • June 28, 2013 at 6:38pm

    Le Sellers – one word for the Demoncrat state of WV: Unions! Never will they come into the light! It’s all about corruption and Demoncrats are the most corrupt party!

  • May 20, 2013 at 9:10pm

    No, she was not arrested for being gay. She was arrested for an 18 year old having sex with a 15 year old – that’s statutory rape. If a guy would be thrown in jail for it, so should a young woman.

  • May 17, 2013 at 3:51pm

    The only mistake Mike Kelly made is that he was referring only to the IRS. Most Americans have no faith in any of the government and fear that whatever it does, it’s bad for America and Americans. That includes the IRS, EPA, FAA, TAA, Congress, the President, the Courts, and on and on!

  • November 15, 2012 at 6:25pm

    What’s the big surprise? I have a retail business license for my part time, less than $1000 per year home business that costs me $80 per year for the city. Now I have a rental property, and guess what? They want me to have another business license for that one, which costs $100 per year. More taxes! more red tape! less freedoms!

  • October 18, 2012 at 7:27pm

    I’m LDS and am a Navy vet – after my mission. Doesn’t anybody realty read? Mitt’s draft number wasn’t. That means he didn’t dodge the draft, but wasn’t called. My number was 35 the year they stopped the draft.

  • September 25, 2012 at 12:41pm

    To Scarebear – the modern communists/marxists/LGBT have become very adept at using pop culture to “spread the word” and make things more acceptable to our young people. Che t-shirts abound among people who don’t support communism and revolution, but want to wear a “cool” t-shirt. Glee, New Normal, and Modern Family are all used to spread the idea that homosexuality is just fine and normal. The more we allow these cultural events to be “just a cool piece of music” or that “it’s just a shirt” to be present in our schools and in our media, the more “acceptable” these ideals become before people are passe about communism, marxism, and the overthrow of our society by peaceful revolution.

  • August 31, 2012 at 12:45am

    THanks for the Little Red Hen version that demonstrates what this country has turned in to under this President. By the way, for those ripping on Rhinehart – read the story. She said that those who are jealous or are complaining about not having money should work harder. Not everyone wants to be millionairs, but those that complain need to evaluate themselves and work for what you want. She may or may not have inherited money, but she’s still employing lots of people and helping the economy. That’s not good enough for socialist/communists who want to be like the Eagle and take from the rich to give to the lazy poor, but note that the communist Eagle took half of the loaf for himself!

  • [5] August 27, 2012 at 1:54pm

    @just: Well, each affiliate station has the choice of what shows they want to air. That is the market. Apparently, some stations take seriously the idea that trash is trash and they don’t want to air trash. Most stations take the trash given by NBC. If more stations refused to air this type of trash, NBC wouldn’t be pushing their agenda and trying to force people into the “new normal” that they want to make. If people in Utah decide to watch this trash, they have other means – the internet and cable, which is also the market. I find the groups that force this kind of agenda to be the hateful, bigoted ones in our “new” society. I will vote with my TV and never watch any of this type of trash. Call me names, but my moral values are more in line with “normal” values than yours, and no amount of bullying will make me change them.

  • August 24, 2012 at 12:12am

    Oops,wrong post: So, why do Christians have to put up with being forced to comply with the religion of atheism? Isn’t the non-belief of God a belief? What makes it right or “constitutional” to require someone in a public setting to be forced to listen to, support, or even accept someone who claims there is no God? Just wanting to know who died and made atheists the rulers of this great, Judeo-Christian Nation? Freedom OF religion guarantees just that. If atheism is practiced by the majority, then OK, that’s what we would agree to, but it’s not. And there is a reason why it’s not the majority religion! There is a God and He loves us all, even those who don’t believe in Him!

  • August 24, 2012 at 12:10am

    Consider how we use our time in the choices we make in viewing television, playing video games, surfing the Internet, or reading books or magazines. Of course it is good to view wholesome entertainment or to obtain interesting information. But not everything of that sort is worth the portion of our life we give to obtain it. Some things are better, and others are best.

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  • August 24, 2012 at 12:07am

    So, why do Christians have to put up with being forced to comply with the religion of atheism? Isn’t the non-belief of God a belief? What makes it right or “constitutional” to require someone in a public setting to be forced to listen to, support, or even accept someone who claims there is no God? Just wanting to know who died and made atheists the rulers of this great, Judeo-Christian Nation? Freedom OF religion guarantees just that. If atheism is practiced by the majority, then OK, that’s what we would agree to, but it’s not. And there is a reason why it’s not the majority religion! There is a God and He loves us all, even those who don’t believe in Him!

  • August 23, 2012 at 11:42pm

    Not one shred of physical evidence. They “claim” they have blood tests from 09 and 10 – after he retired and no plublished results. They “claim” to have others who will testify, but the only ones they mention are lyers and cheats themselves. This is nothing but sour grapes from competitors who don’t have the same work eithic nor abilities. This is nothing but a witch hunt from government sources that only want to tear down success. Sickening!

  • August 9, 2012 at 4:28pm

    What happened?
    Government employees = incompetence, greedy, no work ethic, (see Amtrak losing millions to emplyee thefts and government agencies duplicating each other’s work)
    Unions = lifetime employment with no accountability, no work ethic, retirement benfits that make it more profitable to retire than work, can’t be fired for incompetence (of course 90% of PO employees would have to be fired)
    Poor Management = ever been to a PO with 6 windows, 1 open, and 10 people in back smoking and joking? When haven’t you?
    No accountability = Since when did the PO have to make it on their own and be accountable for spending and “profitabiity” – not since the 70′s when Carter’s administration set up the hiring quotas for social engineering
    Do I need to go on? This is the epitome of a government run organization and poeple want to turn over our health care system to these yahoos!?

  • August 7, 2012 at 3:34pm

    Why oh why do so many of the leftists villanize the wealthy – it’s because they are jealous of the wealth and want it themselves. Bill Clinton decided the rich should pay more taxes, so increased the luxury tax 500% on yachts, fur coats, diamonds, private planes, etc. What happened? The rich went offshore to buy these things, which then put all those types of businesses out of business. The rich paid smaller import fees than the high taxes, and the yacht builders in America went bankrupt and those workers were all laid off. Stupid Demoncratic policies of trying to fleece the rich always ends up ruining lives at the lower end of the scale. By the way, didn’t John Kerry get in trouble because he bought a yacht off-shore, then didn’t pay the taxes to Mass. when he was parking it in the harbor? He had to move his yacht, and pay back taxes, but only after he was caught and publicly humiliated! Stupid Demoncrats!

  • August 7, 2012 at 3:23pm

    So, Mutiny, if someone accused you of cheating on your taxes for the last 10 years and wanted proof, you would just let everyone see your returns, which they would then use to “prove” you cheated because they can twist and turn information on a return to show anything they want. This is nothing but another way to divide the people and exert a bully tactic. “If you have nothing to hide, why would you not let the police search your house?”

    I would classify Harry a jack-Mormon – someone who claims to believe in the teachings of the Church, but doesn’t follow the tenets. Usually associated with a Mormon who drinks beer, smokes, cheats, and lies. That seems like the type of Mormon Harry has become!

  • August 1, 2012 at 10:53pm

    For once, JZS has a valid point, but I object to some of your examples – the Left are quick to condemn ALL tea pariters when they see a sign put up by a liberal infiltrator that demonstrates what they perceive as tea party values. Also, I don’t remember seeing too many death wishes on this site, while many of the oh so “tolerant” liberals use those all the time to demonstrate how full of love and tolerance they are. I agree that lumping all people of a race/religion/life style/etc. into one category is the height of bigotry, JZS does that quite often on this blog to bash conservative Christians – kind of pot calling the kettle black. Tolerance to most liberals means you agree with them or you’re full of hate and should die.

  • July 31, 2012 at 6:17pm

    I always find it so informative and enlightening to find our what a Mormon believes from those who are anti-Mormon, citing other anti-Mormons and the many “proofs” that are available, created by more anit-Mormons. Even when an ex-Mormon tries to cite beliefs, they tend to get things a bit muddled and confused since they have to feel justified in why they no longer believe or to justify why they no longer are part of the Mormon faith – usually it’s because they never believed in the first place or are upset with perceived wrongs or injustices done to them by normal people (all of whom make mistakes). It is always a pleasure to read the rantings of people trying to justify their hatred of someone who dares to believe something different when in fact, they are just intollerant, or ignorant, or just plain hateful. Mormons do believe in the right to worship God as they see fit, and to let others have that same right. Wished everyone believed that, especially since the Constitution guarantees it.

  • July 27, 2012 at 4:30pm

    Sounds like a lot of subjective judging events. We need fewer corrupt judging events (any gymnastics, diving, dancing) and more “win” type events – maybe in gymnasitcs they could put all the contestants out there at one time and not only do their event, but knock someone else out, and the last one standing wins!