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User Profile: drgntkd

drgntkd

Member Since: August 31, 2010

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  • [44] September 30, 2014 at 10:05am

    @Zapparules, I am a small business owner as well. Luckily, I do not have to worry about this issue because the service I provide has no bearing on same gender relationships. However, that being said, I would still stick by my principles and I should have that right. A business is not just a business. There are people involved. It effects them as well. I have been told I should open on Sunday’s. It is my choice not to be open on Sunday’s. Will we get to a point when we have to cater to everyone depending completely on their beliefs? If I ask you to do something completely against you very fiber, would you? This is about principle and I will stand with this couple all the way to the end. Playing the discrimination card is being taken way too far. If you don’t like what I have to offer in my business then you should find another place to go. I don’t go into a place that doesn’t want my business. Its their choice to lose a customer just as much as it is my choice to go elsewhere. We (all people – even small business owners) should have equal rights, but this shows that we do not. So, do we take some rights away from these wonderful people? The right to keep their religious convictions is only decided by one being and that is the Father in Heaven. We will all be accountable to him.

  • February 11, 2014 at 12:54am

    Did anyone notice (what most people should understand) that the dog that was shot had its tail wagging like crazy? That is a sign that the dog is happy and not going to attack. Was it barking? Yes you can clearly see that but I believe the officer was safe and the dog was just showing it is its territory. I think watching this that the officer was completely in the wrong. Things like this is what is going to lead to more and more people going against the police. I support the police, but this shows we still have officers out there that give law enforcement a bad name.

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  • January 16, 2014 at 9:50am

    So I read these posts all the time and ever now and then one sparks me to say something. The problem isn’t you, the problem is the atheists out there that feel we all need to conform with them. I feel in a school is the perfect place to put a Bible – and a Koran, and a Book of Mormon, and any other book of religious STUDY. Isn’t school where we should be expanding our knowledge? Isn’t this a place that we should all have the opportunity to learn about all we can? DIDNT OUR CONSTITUTION GIVE US THE RIGHT TO DECIDE FOR OURSELVES!!!. Wait that right was given by God and the Constitution just puts it in writing for people to understand.

    We are losing our rights every day and this is just another example of that. Like I said a School should have all books in it so we can learn from them all. I personal have read from all the books listed above and I have learned from them and chosen the direction I will take. I am not in anyway bashing you or judging you. I just think that we as a society have gotten to the point where we are offended if things don’t go our way. I am comfortable in my religious beliefs and I would never force anyone to follow my religion. Why are we being forced to adhere to the atheists beliefs? We need to all quit getting offended and just feel comfortable with what we believe.

  • August 7, 2013 at 8:17pm

    So I took the time to watch the entire segment. I feel that our world today is falling apart because of parents that do not control their children. Unfortunately, poverty does play a part in the way children are raised. The police officer was completely in the right. You can plainly see the child bight him and he did just slap (more like tap) him on the forehead. The children yelling in the background need to learn some respect. Police officers have a hard job and they don’t make what they should for everything they put up with. I feel all the police officers in this video held their cool better than anyone else I could imagine. Even with the camera running they took more verbal abuse than that child did.

    The officer was exposed to whatever that child may or may not have so he was completely in the right to protect himself. The child is lucky he just got a tap on the forehead.

  • March 11, 2013 at 8:16am

    So as I read this I couldn’t help but think that the stats may be accurate. They failed to present all the facts in this. Step back in time with me:

    Back in the 1970′s there was no background checks. Now with back ground check the STATES are catching more people that maybe shouldn’t possess a firearm.

    Back in the 1970′s the 5 cost of a firearm to household income was much lower, meaning that more household could afford a firearm. Hunting was also more prevalent. It was easier to go hunting with less land restrictions. These 2 facts have also lead to a decline in the need for guns in the hime.

    Divorce rate is up and we have more homes without a man in the house. I believe this has also lead to the decline.

    Those who own firearms are not allowing others to know for fear they will be taken.

    So when you look at all the facts then you can see how this report might be accurate without all the fact. The accurate analysis would be looking into society problems rather than the decline. We the people still need to protect ourselves and as the administration continues to try to take away our rights we will be left more and more helpless. The criminals will always have weapons and if we are disarmed then they win. Wake up and see what is on the horizon. Life is too short and we need to be in control of our own lives. The police are just a phone call away and that is the problem. As hard as they work they cannot stop the crime the can just investigate it.

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  • December 30, 2012 at 11:43am

    Ok, so I am calling for a shutdown of all subway stations and banning all subway trains. It appears that these trains are killing people and it needs to stop. :).

    In alll seriousness it sucks that we as a people need to have this type of violence in our lives. We need to check ourselves and have a serious discussion about the mental well being of our nation.

  • December 16, 2012 at 1:27pm

    This world is getting chaotic. Why wont people let others morn their losses?

    People, we need to think rationally.

    My heart goes out to those in Newtown that are morning their loss. I pray for you and your familys for comfort and peace during this truly sorrowful time.

  • December 16, 2012 at 12:43am

    The day that a firearm actually shots someone without the help of a Human to push the button or pull the trigger, or even setup the computer to do such, I will be the first one in line to fight for gun control. Until that happens we need to remember that it it the human behind the weapon that causes the action.

    We have (as Americans) forgotten the human side of things and I believe that is what they (Big Government) want. If we forget about the Human side of things then we follow the ideas that the current administration wants us to follow.

    To the current administration, (if you read)

    Do your homework to see what works and what doesnt work. To take away Gun rights the crime will rise.

  • December 21, 2011 at 12:46am

    I believe that before you knock things you should search for yourself. Run a search on the different artifacts that have been found around this continent. For everything you find contradicting the Mormon Church you can find things that back it up. I think the only way to know the truth is to take the time to ask God himself for guidance and direction. I have questioned everything and I also realize that we are just human and for that our minds wonder off the important things.

    http://godssecret.wordpress.com/2009/06/14/oldest-known-10-commandments-is-in-america-in-ancient-hebrew-script-from-time-of-king-solomon/

    This story however does not have anything to do with the discussion that has been taking place. This story is of a young man who has put God first in his life and that in itself is tough for most people to do this day and age. I applaud him for his commitment and wish him all the best on his mission. He has shown us the importance of standing for what he believes in. These are the kind of leaders we need in the world today. The kind that do not back down because it’s popular.