User Profile: duckyack


Member Since: January 19, 2013


  • [2] March 8, 2016 at 2:14pm

    By your definition, you’re not Christian either.

  • [1] March 8, 2016 at 2:12pm

    You’re being silly and falling for the liberal narrative.

  • [19] March 8, 2016 at 2:11pm

    I would say it’s OK with me. We cannot continue to censor free speach, PERIOD!

  • April 27, 2015 at 12:09pm

    Hahahahahaha What insight! Bravo! There was a time, back in the day, when one “came out” as gay, but now the coming out is about being Conservative/Republican. How hilarious this country is now. It’s no wonder Europeans are laughing at us, as well as the whole Middle East-the desert lands-Turkey, Syria, and Iran, especially Iran! And don’t forget Iraq. My goodness, how anyone could think “sexual identity” is a choice has not thought it out. In the recent past, say 10 years ago and beyond, choosing homosexuality, was akin to choosing pancreatic cancer over good health. Today, however, I’m not so sure. Choosing to act out in the gay culture is in fashion now, and I’m sure there are many liberals who do that and afterward have a hard time rationalizing it in the privacy of their own bathrooms. And it’s likely the gay dabbler, or the closeted gay, with the most to lose, who shouts the loudest about gay rights, which, by the way, is also in fashion. Prior to being in fashion, I marched with the activists regarding a cure and less intolerance for those who were HIV positive because it was a cause worth fighting for. How I long for the days of worthwhile causes-not really. My point is that people need to get a grip on common sense-oh God that’s also changed into a joke.

  • April 27, 2015 at 11:36am

    I opened the “conversation,” and I’m sorry I did. After having read every single word by lefties, the droning on, and on, and on, on points of issue, which do not exist, my ear drums ruptured and bled. The antagonism they register against this little child is frightening to a point at which I feel a need to round up all those under 18 and place them in a well-protected hideout on the moon! The left doesn’t simply hate, they feed off each other, creating a mass of growling, snarling wolves eager to bite, chew, and spit out every living creature with a difference of opinion. And never mind the opinion for it doesn’t matter. It’s the individual who opined that is the real meal!

  • April 27, 2015 at 11:10am

    Where, in which Book did He say that?

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  • [1] April 27, 2015 at 11:08am

    Hi is more right than you think. There is one controlling diamond conglomerate. That one controls diamond cost and production.

  • [-2] April 27, 2015 at 11:06am

    How many days prior to her finding the diamond did she say the same prayer? It seems to me that whenever God is credited for giving one person good luck over many others, as well as saving one life over another, it represents God as having favorites. How many times, after a major tragedy, do we hear people claim, “God saved me,” or “By the grace of God, I was saved?” What those statements imply is really horrible. They imply that all of the dead were somehow without God’s grace or that God did not save the others by choice. Then, of course, that opens a whole other can of worms according the the Christian description of God, which is Omnipotent, Omniscient, and Omnipresent. I realize this is off track, but I’ve always wondered how this is rectified.

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  • [3] April 27, 2015 at 10:53am

    When did God’s pronouns become like all others, with lowercase first letters, as in “him,” which used to be Him, He, His and so on?

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  • [3] April 27, 2015 at 10:45am

    Not this one!

  • [1] April 27, 2015 at 10:34am

    Where has all the anti-Norquist hoopla gone? In this article he is defended, but only a few weeks ago, Glenn Beck aired a rerun of Norquist’s apparent nefarious activities related to the federal government and terrorists. What’s up with that?

    In reply to the post Who is Grover Norquist?

  • [-1] November 25, 2014 at 12:17pm

    You had me until your last paragraph. My god doesn’t want me begging for mercy like she/he/it is a tyrant. And as to the “Pearly Gates,” if we all meet there then forgiveness is already had for otherwise, it wouldn’t be “all” of us.

  • October 16, 2014 at 2:12pm

    This Ebola situation puts me in mind of 1983, and the beginning of AIDS in America. That stemmed from Africa, as well. What is it about that continent that deadly diseases start there?

  • October 16, 2014 at 2:00pm

    Readers, and the author, are more than smart enough to recognize that “conspiracy theory” is an agreement between persons to deceive, mislead, or defraud others . . . , and an outside person, or group, who believes that a conspiracy is in action. The author is fully correct in his analysis and question as to “why the military!” Why, indeed?
    The answer is yet another conspiracy theory. One has to be familiar with the New World Order and the United Nations Agenda 21 in order to follow this conspiracy, maybe theory, maybe truth. Around the world, there are elite rulers, and elite world powers, the extremely wealthy, who want a one world government, which is New World Order. The names of the elites, striving for global control, are not yet public knowledge. We all assume we know, and we’re probably right, regarding the identities, but so what? We can do nothing but wait-wait for elections to vote out corrupt politicians and then put our hopes on the replacements.
    What we need is enforceable legislation that holds corrupt politicians accountable, and the way to do that is to give the electorate the option, by majority vote, to remove corrupt politicians, local and federal. Included in this new legislation, by majority vote, Congress is forced to Impeach, and the Senate to remove federal, corrupt politicians. The legislation must cover the White House, on down.
    It’s up to individuals to contact their state leaders and push for legislation that puts power in our hands.

  • [4] September 10, 2014 at 11:23am

    Does anyone appreciate how ludicrous the name, “Freedom From Religion Foundation,” is? The organization’s face, its name, is completely twisted and confusing. What does it mean? Let’s see, in this case, “freedom from . . . ” is meant to protect against those who wish to overpower, throttle, or otherwise run down and smash those who want to be ‘free’ from that specific domination. Also, in this case, the domination scare is religion, as in Christian religion. Now, the only religion I’d feel a need to be free from is the Islamic religion. However, I don’t think that’s the one this terrified group is afraid of. Let them be met with Sharia law and forced to stick their butts in the air 85 times a day to pray, then we’ll talk about those having-nothing-better-to-do, than form an organization that is “much ado about nothing.” The truth is that FFRF is really about removing icons, Bibles, and everything else connected to the Christian religion so that it can bring about power to the minority groups it actually represents. FFRF’s agenda is to remove everything and everyone that disagrees with the minority paradigms that wish to go about their businesses of perversions, or orientations, without feeling offended. Personally, I have no time to ponder what others are doing behind closed doors when it concerns consenting adults. I do get worked up over what pedophiles do, however, and this group, too, is represented by FFRF! Islam supports this behavior, so never mind.

  • September 10, 2014 at 10:42am

    Somebody, please tell me what “mom jeans” are?

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  • [3] September 10, 2014 at 10:40am

    Why don’t you expose this to friendly media. Take another person with a cell phone camera/video-go covert-then hang them out to dry!

  • [13] September 10, 2014 at 10:32am

    That guard certainly does scare me! If the district superintendent is truthful about not knowing, then the guard has to be fired for he can’t accurately judge a scenario. If super is responding to the backlash, then he it, or something like it, will happen again. I wonder why the guard was not terminated immediately for “offending” patriots!

  • September 8, 2014 at 2:55pm

    That history is very interesting, and I intend to look further into it. My late aunt was well versed regarding the Quaran and the religion. She told the same story you tell. Thanks.

  • [2] September 8, 2014 at 2:50pm

    I, too, will fight on American soil to the death. At my age, no one is likely to call me for an overseas battle, but I have grandchildren who need to see how much I love my country-the one we started to lose when the first president Bush signed the New World Order plan entitled United Nations Agenda 21. They need to know America is worth fighting for, and they’re not getting that from the so-called leadership.
    Off the subject, I’d like it if someone could tell me why we are using the term “radicalized” when talking about murdering perverts? It’s as if we saying this has been done to them and was not their own decision. They are radicals, no two ways about it, and I’d rather call a sheet a sheet whether it’s on a bed or a head!