User Profile: Freedom.Fighter


Member Since: April 25, 2011

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  • April 23, 2014 at 8:34pm

    One hardlygel also seems to conveniently leave out the fact that the military costs money and doesn’t make any. All of the reasons he listed as marks of success are reasons why I got the hell out. He acts like being a faceless number is a good thing. I want to have choices over my life not have some sort of socialist utopia or military choose for me.

  • March 17, 2014 at 7:28pm

    You folks do realize that the Big Bang Theory supports the Bible right? Read up on the history of the Big Bang and you’ll find that atheists fought the idea tooth and nail since it flies in the face of naturalism. Science says something can’t come from nothing, yet that is what the Big Bang Theory posits.

  • March 17, 2014 at 2:16pm

    Why did we even waste money on this at all? It’s not even our oil to worry about. When will we realize that we are broke?!

  • March 10, 2014 at 2:09pm

    @ ultra right Like I said before, I am not entirely vegan. I am a responsible consumer that has research end where his food comes from. You have not given any argument of substance. If you allow your animals to free range and treat them well without abuse then you have nothing to worry about. Should you not welcome laws like this one then?

    I am simply asking that farmers not be exempt from animal abuse laws. Arguing against that simply means that you advocate for animal abuse.

    I eat more naturally than probably 95% of the US population. It’s about proportion. Its overconsumption of meat that is mostly responsible for all of the fat Americans. I eat meat maybe once or twice a month at most. I get far more essential fats and protein from plants. I visit a doctor regularly and track my health stats. I can tell you that I am far healthier and have far more energy than when I ate more meat.

  • March 10, 2014 at 1:55pm

    Actually I get a lot more with my Amazon Prime account. Along with the free 2-day shipping, I get free book downloads, and I replaced Netflix with Amazon’s in stand video service. Add it all up and I’m getting far more than I pay for. It definitely beats paying a cable or satellite company for their scam of a service.

  • March 9, 2014 at 3:47am

    I’m being dead serious. Watch the documentary for yourself. It has plenty of video footage inside the farms.

    If the animals are treated so well, then there should be no problem passing this law in every state. Also, strip away farmers’ exemption from committing animal cruelty. There is no reason that they should be exempted at all. Also, most states have laws saying that there is no such thing as animal cruelty towards birds in farms. Repeal that as well. Free range farms that treat their animals well would have nothing to worry about.

    I never said I don’t eat meat, but it seems you are the one who has listened to propaganda. Many vegetables have for more protein than meat, but none of the fat. I know an MMA fighter for the UFC who is a vegan so it is definitely a healthy lifestyle.

  • March 8, 2014 at 12:23am

    Finally! Something from California I can support! The way farmers treat animals is despicable. Most of them throw baby ducks into grinders while they’re alive. I am mostly a vegan, but I eat meat when I know the animal wasn’t mistreated or I hunted it myself. Any honest Christian should seriously consider the same.

    If you have Netflix, try watching the documentary, Vegucated. It is a real eye-opener.

  • March 7, 2014 at 6:41pm

    Finally! Something from California I can support! The way farmers treat animals is despicable. Most of them throw baby ducks into grinders while they’re alive. I am mostly a vegan, but I eat meat when I know the animal wasn’t mistreated or I hunted it myself. Any honest Christian should seriously consider the same.

    If you have Netflix, try watching the documentary, Vegucated. It is a real eye-opener.

  • November 14, 2013 at 9:36pm

    @bluegrandma52 Do you mean that in the same way that .999… = 1?

  • November 11, 2013 at 4:36pm

    It was this administration that put the barriers there. It was the Republicans who helped move them out of the way for the veterans. The admin even talked about wiring the barriers so that the veterans couldn’t push them out of the way again.

  • October 10, 2013 at 7:03pm


    I am in Colorado and after checking the prices on the exchange I can rightfully say that it is already a failure. Her plan has been just over $100 a month and with a $5,000 deductible. The closest plan on the exchange is close to $200 a month with a $6,500 deductible.

    President Obama not only said that the ACA was created to lower premiums, but that if we liked our plan we could keep it. Neither of which is true!

    His lies are costing me a lot of money. We are both in our mid-twenties and the best way forward seems to be to drop insurance completely and just pay the fine. Whatever happened to the freedom to take care of your own family the best way you see fit? Obama the tyrant thinks he knows better I guess.

  • September 18, 2013 at 2:48am

    Please sign the petition on We The People that calls for the president’s impeachment and the prosecution of all of those involved in aiding the Syrian rebels! Please click the following link to sign.

    Imagine how embarrassing it would be for it to get enough signatures (100,000) to force the white house to make an official statement in response on their very own website.

  • September 13, 2013 at 12:37am

    If you are angry about the administration arming the Syrian rebels, please sign my petition on the We The People website. If it gains at least 150 signatures, it will appear as a public petition on the website. If it gets 100,00 signatures, the white house will have to officially explain why this is not considered aiding the enemy. Aiding these rebels is considered treason according to the constitution.

    Please send it out to anyone you think might sign and get the word out!

  • August 27, 2013 at 10:50am

    I think both of them overreacted. The dog licking off of a plate is rather disgusting to see in a restaurant and the owner has a right to refuse service to anyone, even though this right is often trampled on. However, his reaction was rude and insensitive.

    The veteran, though, can protest and not give anymore service to the restaurant owner. Anything further than that, like going to the police or DOJ, is akin to whining to one’s parents. I mean the DOJ? Really!? I would just move on man.

  • August 27, 2013 at 12:36am

    I admit that I am mostly ignorant on the subject of Alger Hiss. After some basic research, however, it would seem that neither side can “know” the facts in this situation. It seems to be far from certain that Mr. Hiss was, in fact, a spy. He admitted to being a communist, but in this country that is no crime. There were some reports mentioning his name, but even those sources seem questionable.

    Does anyone that has more detailed knowledge on the subject have more to add? I think Ms. Finney has a solid point about McCarthyism not being something we should want back. She loses credibility though when she can;t even answer a question.

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  • August 5, 2013 at 6:29pm

    When I was an intelligence analyst for the Army and then as a defense contractor, we never delimited core insurgents from affiliate insurgents. The reason being that an affiliate insurgent would be no less deadly. That is the whole point of the cell structure that they use. This is just a bunch of doublespeak.

  • June 13, 2013 at 8:39pm

    Racist much??

  • June 13, 2013 at 1:27pm

    Unfortunately, I fear this will be more normal every year. The following seems like a never-ending cycle:

    - Pine beetles kill pine trees causing more dry wood (kindling).
    - Pine beetle lay more eggs causing more pine beetles.
    - Dry, hot weather mixed with wind causes big fires.
    - More pine beetles are able to kill even more pine trees causing even more dry wood (kindling).
    - Repeat.

    Colorado desperately needs a solution to the Pine Beetle or this cycle may jus continue until our forests are nothing like they used to be.

  • June 13, 2013 at 1:22pm

    I agree with you to some extent, but there is more to it. One reason that you aren’t supposed to take wood/kindling from a forest is because there may be pine beetles/pine beetle eggs in it. That would spread the pine beetle even farther. However, the pine beetles are causing so much dead wood and kindling throughout the forests it is just a bad situation. Whoever comes up with a solution for the pine beetle will be a billionaire.

  • June 13, 2013 at 12:30pm


    You are correct. I used to live in Briargate just at the edge of Black Forest and I went to high school there. I got the news that one of my friends’ house has burned down. I lived around there for a long time and I never saw a fire, especially something like this.