User Profile: eyedr54


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  • [14] October 30, 2014 at 10:26am

    I pray God shows himself to her in this. Not to us, her. Whether it is taking her home sooner and more quickly, a miracle, or a peace in knowing I hope He can show her that time is His alone.
    No one wants to die especially young. I pray this family is Blessed in some way here

  • [7] October 20, 2014 at 4:57pm

    What went wrong is the media decided it was hard to be behind her 100%…only 85% means the extreme crazy gets out to some people. That is never good for a liberal.

  • [3] October 16, 2014 at 11:52am

    They had no way of knowing. The women did not have any outward visible symptoms your rightful anger would be better placed at the feet of the federal govt’s CDC.

  • [5] October 16, 2014 at 11:51am

    I normally do not like to be vulgar but this is turning into one giant f#@k up.
    I mean good grief anyone could have handled this better. Ask anyone on the street these 2 questions: 1) Should people who came in close contact with the Ebola patient be allowed to travel after we found the first healthcare worker contracted the disease from protocol problems? 2) If someone who had possible Ebola exposure called and said she had a slight temperature and wondered if she should fly what would you say?
    99% of the people (dare I say 100%) would say NO to both questions. Yet “trained” people in the federal govt’s CDC answered YES to both…and now we have this.

  • October 13, 2014 at 12:12pm

    Great statement you made there on your transition. I will add a couple quick things. An exceedingly small number of abortions are done to actually save the mothers life or prevent significant lasting physical health problems to the mother. That aside the risk ratio of pregnancy and child birth is very low compared to most medical procedures or issues. Even aborting a child destined to die only kills the child anyway so what is the point? You know the answers to the questions you posed I think. I think you are just fighting more with what they mean. For me I believe that there is one all loving God who saved us through Jesus Christ and if that is the case all life is his and his alone. Whether you are at that place or not I think you have identified where both your heart and mind meet on the issue of abortion. Thinking of these things is what people should do; some may even say we have been guided to do. God Bless your journey.

  • [3] October 13, 2014 at 12:02pm

    Uhhhhh I hate having to do this but lets correct the record here:
    1) Ebola came to the USA via a Liberian national who knew he was exposed and lied to board a plane. Our federal govt has chosen not to restrict travel. Travel restrictions and this guy is not in dallas
    2) As someone who works in medicine and had worked in the hospital system I will tell you there is NO SUCH THING as a truly private Hospital. If this Hospital was actually private why would they agree to see the patient who had no means to pay for his visit? Govt dictates everything done in hospitals (JCAHO among others are in every hospital private or not)
    3) The CDC is a federal body and is the agency that takes precedent in possible pandemic diseases.
    4) The CDC was cut 285 million from a budget of 6.6 billion…so that 285 was the money that was going to be spent on the CDC’s main role? Pandemic health concerns.
    5) The CDC gave the precautions guidelines for Ebola care the nurse was using when exposed.
    6) It is one of the few specified roles of the federal govt to protect the nation from things like this (no different then a military threat)

    But of course we ignore that because anytime the federal govt is shown to fail the excuse must always be it was because it needed more money. There will never be enough money any fault will always be because they did not have enough.

  • [35] October 10, 2014 at 9:58am

    Likely a fake (because why post this?) but there is a thing called adoption lady. That way you get the best of both worlds for both of you. You get to see your child’s eyes ect and the child is given to a family that will give it the life you want it to have. All of us are imperfect and God’s judgement is the only one that counts but it seems to me that if this story is real the letter is merely an attempt to justify a decision the mother knows is not right.

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  • [1] October 2, 2014 at 12:15pm

    Has anyone asked the CDC about animal exposure this person may have had in the USA? If a dog were to get it and pass it to raccoons, coyotes, possums, or any other animal they may fight with, have their feces eaten by, or eat the dead animal suddenly Ebola has a permanent reservoir in the USA that no one could ever get rid of. It would only expand.

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  • [12] October 2, 2014 at 12:13pm

    Exactly my thought. Why are so many western trained medical people becoming infected if it was not at least large droplet airborne

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  • [6] September 24, 2014 at 11:49am

    The problem, regardless of the kids tactics, is there is no legal authority to detain a person (which means pull over and require ID) without suspicion of a crime they have committed. Even if the guy is a jerk it is what it is; the constitution applies to jerks to.

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  • [5] September 24, 2014 at 11:45am

    “They were doing a normal safety stop, nothing wrong with that, he didn’t need to go all 3rd year law student on them,” wrote Brad Delmar. “It was simple, you pull up, give your license and insurance, and be on your way.”—-
    I am not saying I would not comply and move along myself but Brad (above) makes points that I have problems with and any person that feels our nation is bound by its supreme law should also. 1) There is no legal authority for a “normal safety stop.” A person can not be detained without suspicion of a crime so stopping people for screening is not legal (there is something wrong with that). 2) “you pull up give them your lic and insurance and are on your way”…any bets on if brad was saying the “republicans want to randomly ask immigrants for their papers” meme? This is no different then an officer approaching a person for no reason and asking them to turn over their ID while outside walking. That aside, “simple” does not mean legal. If that is all it was why do it? The fact is it is done to fish for people they can then arrest.

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  • [14] September 22, 2014 at 12:28pm

    “It turns out the senator was the late Daniel K. Inouye of Hawaii, the decorated veteran and civil rights hero, according to people with knowledge of the incident.”
    –Would the NYT have put all those nice qualifiers in there if it was a Republican that said that? Why do I even waste time to ask this?

  • [1] September 22, 2014 at 12:22pm

    1) Of course she doesn’t need to hide. Most people in Bethesda Maryland likely agree with her (in her neighborhood at least)
    2) If you don’t let your personal opinions affect your work Lois maybe you should not have used your work (read taxpayer funded) email account to relay these “personal” thoughts “unaffecting” of your work. Most private sector people would lose their job simply for using their work email for personal things.
    3) Some one more versed on precedent can answer this for me but if you claim in this interview you did nothing wrong and nothing illegal (ie nothing you said would have incriminated yourself) can you still plead the 5th because that seems like you are then aiding a criminal? If you refuse to testify because you are worried someone else you maybe agree with will get in legal trouble I do not believe is legal (not a spouse). This is not your Miranda rights this is the 5th in a legal hearing. Am I correct in that thought?

  • [8] September 19, 2014 at 1:10pm

    “Please Elect me because of my…I mean scratch that..the jobs plan that some group wrote for me…I mean..stole for me…from other people who have thoughts on this.”

    I know politicians must use consultants to help them but if you rely this heavily on someone or some group to make a plan for you can the people of Wisconsin really rely on you to make judgments of your own? If she is saying she was so removed from the process of making this plan that she was unaware much of the material was plagiarized how on earth can people think she has the ability to govern? Will every decision have to be written up by some out of state firm? She is either mutually guilty of plagiarism or she is incapable of generating her own thoughts to any degree (think about this these were stolen ideas that she apparently liked but did not know enough about them to realize they were stolen??)

  • [3] September 19, 2014 at 10:46am

    by liberal america….(sorry for the cliff-hanger???)

  • [7] September 19, 2014 at 10:46am

    Don’t get me started on “The Separation of Church and State”….they way the American public “understands” this is one of the biggest farces ever perpetuated by

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  • September 18, 2014 at 10:51am

    That was not a vigilant neighbor. A vigilant neighbor would bring the kid home and say “I was not sure if anyone was watching him and I got worried about his safety”…end of story. When the police get called you now traumatize kids; the exact thing these “govt services” are suppose to avoid. Common Sense is gone in govt. Not excusing the mother but I think common sense was ignored here based on the facts as they have been presented.
    I will spare you the “when I was a kid stories.”

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  • [373] September 17, 2014 at 3:56pm

    “It doesn’t matter how passionately we’re making out,” Watts told CNN. “It’s my right and my pleasure to enjoy myself.”—-
    That there my friends is America 2014. We are giving up our actual constitutional rights left and right, meanwhile making ridiculous claims that everything we want or desire is a “right”….No ma’am it is not your right to “enjoy (yourself)” in anyway you want anywhere you want. Now in private you and your guy can do whatever you want..but lets understand what a “right” really is.

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  • September 17, 2014 at 11:56am

    Did you miss the other 50 stories on the Blaze? Good luck at CNN, Fox, anywhere they all have fluff pieces; even drudge does. As for the ads I just clicked the x in the upper right…it was fairly easy.

  • [6] September 17, 2014 at 10:04am

    God loves, forgives, and judges all. We are not able to judge what only He can judge. Christians should voice their concerns about homosexuality just like any other sin but this must be done by showing them God’s love; for this “preacher” to say that God does not care for these people because they have sin in their lives is just wrong. God sent a Son to be killed specifically because he cared for sinners. We all have sinned and all have fallen short. Should we condone gay marriage or homosexuality? No but this will not win any people for Christ. God Bless.

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