It’s a direct quote from a source, not the Blaze author’s fault. If anything they should have highlighted it with the [sic] notation to show this. But it's hardly an earth shattering issue.
Also, do you REALLY have to look closer to see that it's a basketball hoop? If so, it's time to make a trip to your eye doctor.
Do you go apes##t every time somebody uses bad grammar or poor English in conversation with you?
If not, then PLEASE learn to treat what poor spelling, bad grammar and piss-poor language usage you see on here the same way - Ignore it.
If you do treat conversations the same way you treat posts on here, you must be one very lonely soul, because I can't imagine any normal American putting up with being spoken to as you just posted.
 May 13, 2015 at 11:01am
I disagree with your comment about telling kids to “at least wait till they are over 20″. I looked the other way 40 years ago when my husband kept going to go-go bars (live porn). I found out it escalated because a man’s brain gets desensitized to porn, needing higher levels of raunchiness to get off. There are articles I read which stated that porn permanently changes a man’s brain. The woman in his life no longer can compete with the air-brushed, faked-boobed sluts in which the man has become accustomed. Sadly, the consequences of this mindset that porn is harmless has resulted in the destruction of my marriage. My divorce will be final next week.
This is serious business! Porn destroys lives.
I am so sorry for the suffering porn addiction has inflicted on you. Porn addiction is one of the greatest evils today and your testimony is unfortunately not uncommon. God Bless you and may He heal your wounds and grant you peace. May God Bless your husband as well so that he can discover how far he's placed himself from the love of God and realize God will always take him back. May your husband come to his senses, repent to God, and beg your forgiveness.
May 13, 2015 at 10:45am
Curious. How’s your marriage, Stephen?
 April 26, 2015 at 10:17am
Maybe it’s just me, but most of his “jokes” made no sense.
April 22, 2015 at 11:05am
I agree regarding Bob Beckel. His view points outraged me, but I liked him as a man and how he attempted to present his views in logical manner. He is well-versed on both sides, but simply doesn’t see the evil of the Progressives.
April 22, 2015 at 11:01am
You admit you never watch Fox News, yet you claim to be well-versed on both sides? How does that work?
 April 22, 2015 at 10:46am
You ARE kidding, right?
 April 22, 2015 at 10:45am
You say one syllable names, like Al are for white people? How about Al Sharpton?
Nope, I never said any name was exclusively for white people. My point was that picking a more average name has no bearing on whether a person breaks the law.
But thank you for proving my point. A black minister and a white mob boss can have the same name. That suggests that whatever your parents named you has no bearing on your future criminal activity.
April 22, 2015 at 10:39am
This is why I always open up my burger before I take the first bite – for different reasons. One time I found a hair in my Burger King burger….
 April 21, 2015 at 8:40am
‘umbrage’ probably comes from the same Latin root as does ‘umbrella’, both meaning to shade or shadow
[-1] April 20, 2015 at 10:19am
I believe gays are born gay. (I don’t believe pedophiles are born that way, BTW. I think something caused them to be mentally sick.) But the point I’m making is I do not believe that the gov’t has the right to force a church (the Catholic church, for example) to change one of its sacraments. Marriage is one of the seven sacraments in the Catholic church. I’ve been wondering why those who talk about “separation of church and state” don’t see the irony of the “state” forcing a church to change its beliefs when it concerns gay marriage.
[-11] April 20, 2015 at 10:05am
The Bible condemns homosexual BEHAVIOR, not the person. I believe gays are born that way. I don’t understand why God condemns their having sex, but my guess is that God has certain chosen people that He wants to live a life of celibacy: nuns, monks, etc., possibly gays?
 April 20, 2015 at 10:03am
The Bible only condemns homosexual BEHAVIOR, not the person.
 April 18, 2015 at 8:36am
You meant that as “slave owners who were black”. The first two times I read that I interpreted it to mean “owners of black slaves”. On a side note, when black history month began in the mid ’60′s, I was in middle school. Being the logical thinker that I was, I assumed it meant that changes were being made, and after a few years, when blacks were rightfully incorporated into the history textbooks, that black history month would cease to exist. I feel there is no need for a black history month (or a women’s history month, etc.) They all now are incorporated into children’s history books (which are abysmal, by the way, but that is a topic for another day).
Yes I meant slave owners who were black and there was plenty of them that progressives have purged from our history books. The idea of black slave owners didn't fit with the revisionist history that progressives have spewed for far too long now.
As an aside, I've read that the first Muslim in this country was a Black Muslim sold by another Black Muslim. Go figure.
DIXIE'S CENSORED SUBJECT
BLACK SLAVEOWNERS http://americancivilwar.com/authors/black_slaveowners.htm
Wow your really old.
Where did all of the black slaves come from? Black slave owners sold them around the world mostly from Africa. Superior tribes would conquer other tribes and sell or trade them. Maybe someone should tell black people this, just sayin'.
E7705, You are a very good thinker. The world needs more people with your skills. ;-)
We've departed from the topic. Here's a guy with a business that was about to go under. Seems to me he was hoping to get money from GoFundMe but that didn't work out.
The owner says. if you follow the link that, "[He] believes he's lawfully exercising his right of free expression. He keeps a copy of the Bill of Rights in his establishment for ready reference." That is true. He does have that right and he also has the right to try to get funding from GoFundMe dot com.
The thread here has gone off on irrelevant tangents, but I, as a ModerateRepublican can happily steer us to the true topic, which is this. Thank God for the United States of America and our system of capitalism. This man is an example of a small business owner who took a risk and invested money in a restaurant. He might make money or he might not. Most restaurants fail actually but he took a chance and rolled the dice. That's capitalism my friends, that's what makes this country great!
His business venture failed. He was having trouble before but made a play with his sign. That turned out to be the final nail in the coffin.
Let's celebrate capitalism! The successes and the failures. Let's declare this capitalism month!
[-2] April 18, 2015 at 8:26am
The one thing about his response that impressed me the most was his impeccable grammar and spelling. That is such a rare thing to see (especially on this site). Conservatives, PLEASE check your grammar, spelling and punctuation when writing posts. It gets noticed.
He capitalized “It” after a comma and put two periods after being. Plus, who said he penned it himself?
So Conservatives are the only people who have bad grammar?
Amen to that! I hate when I'm reading a great post, and then, Wham! It all (well, maybe not all - but certainly some of it) goes down the tubes because the poster compromises how his/her intelligence and reliability is perceived due to the above- mentioned points (bad spelling, grammar, or punctuation). It's usually possible to tell when one's Swype program has taken off and done its own thing, but it's also easy to tell when that's not the case! Lol! It only takes a minute to check what you just wrote. Challenge yourself!
 April 15, 2015 at 8:47am
“Criminals tend to be liberal,” would be more accurate. I’m sure most of us on here have some liberal friends and relatives. We wouldn’t want to be calling them criminals just because they are liberal in their (misguided) thinking! ;-)
April 10, 2015 at 8:39am
“…..who has severed honorably,…..” Severed WHAT honorably? His arm? His leg?
Typos happen.. You do it, I do it, everyone does it.. So, get over it.
 April 7, 2015 at 9:48am
Just another example of what goes on in what is supposed to be the most tolerant, open-minded places in America – American Universities (and high schools). We send our children to be educated, not indoctrinated. I think I stand with most parents who want their children to be exposed to ALL sides of an issue, not just the politically correct (ie. Progressive) ‘approved’ version. Schools TEACH freedom of speech, then, do not allow it.
need to shut down the dept of indoctrination asap. Started out good till the one sided views were taught
April 7, 2015 at 9:36am
More evidence from Catholic apologetics:
“Then many of his disciples who were listening said, “This saying is hard; who can accept it?” … As a result of this, many (of) his disciples returned to their former way of life and no longer accompanied him.”
Had these disciples mistaken the meaning of Jesus’ words, Jesus would surely have known and corrected them.HE DIDN’T. They had clearly understood his meaning–Jesus’ flesh was to be really eaten; his blood to be really drunk.
 March 31, 2015 at 9:39am
At the end of the video, it looked like he got on his cell phone – probably calling 911.