User Profile: gorohm

gorohm

Member Since: January 16, 2011

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  • January 29, 2013 at 12:10pm

    I guess Mediaite’s Tommy Christopher does not really know what a real jounalist does, which is to get to the truth by asking questions and by being suspicious of comments such as the skeet shooting one which he does “all the time.” Of course there so FEW examples of real journalists today out there that I am hardly surprised. I think Webster’s dictionary will soon change the definition of journalist to: Avid follower and defender of Barack Hussein Obama.

  • September 18, 2012 at 12:10am

    This video makes me want to vote for him even more…

  • March 23, 2012 at 11:27am

    Well, Reagan has probably turned over in his grave. I cannot believe that Santorum said this! For me this is the final straw as far as I am concerned. I was getting upset over the tone of the campaign (I just drove through PA and in 1 hour I heard 5 anti-Romney advertisements by Santorum). I think he is out of control and he is now making it personal and when you do that you go down that slippery slope of sounding like a fanatic. Romney has never sounded like that but Santorum does. I am taking the Romney route now and will devote my time and energies towards him beating Obama in the fall.

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  • February 12, 2012 at 1:26pm

    I love Sarah but am very confused about her support for Gingrich. She states that he is a true conservative but sits on a couch with Nancy Pelosi and supports the concept of global warming. He also worked and took $50,000 a month from Fannie Mae (or Freddie Mac??) She says she has big doubts about Romney and has not said very much about Santorum. It does seem like she is favoring Newt for some reason that she is not stating. Look, maybe everyones views of conservatism are not the same but for me I am looking at one thing and one thing only. Who can beat Obama at the end of this year. I am happy with the two top people now being Santorum and Romney. Let them shoot it out with ideas and what they would do. Santorum is more conservative but has some troubling items in his past (especially his support of Arlen Spector and earmarks!). Romney is not as conservative (although I do believe he is a conservative) as Santorum but has such a good track record of leading and fixing things. I will be watching both of them closely and make my decision based on how they sell themselves and how they will match up against the Obama machine. As for Newt, Newt has been and always will be for Newt and no other. If he wins we will replace one so-called messiah with another that we will have to defend because he has the (R) symbol by his name.

  • February 3, 2012 at 11:43am

    A close friend of mine just quit teaching, she told me that she spends more time teaching federally mandated “social justice programs” than what she is trained to do, teach history.

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  • October 21, 2011 at 2:38pm

    What about Obama and his drone killings? You don’t see them upset about that…

  • October 9, 2011 at 3:53pm

    So, as I read these posts I am overcome with the love that the saviour spoke about in that we need to “love one another.” Well, not really…, actually it kind of reminds me of the “Christian” Spanish Inquisition or the “Christian” crusades (the tone of these posts make me think that all the “christians” might storm into Salt Lake to kill the infidels??) or how about the “Christian” Salem witch hunts? All done in the name of defending the Christian faith. But what is the Christian faith today? Last time I looked there are over 1,000 different Christian churches with so many different beliefs I am not sure which is the one! Should I go with the one that believes in gay marriage? Should I go to the one that is now questioning the divinity of Jesus Christ? Or should I go to one of these mega-churches in Texas or in the South where eventually the leader turns out to have embezzeled the church funds by paying for extra-marital lovers (both male and female)? Or should I go to a church where I just hope that the minister, reverend, pastor, priest, interprets the Bible the way I want him (or her) to or better yet in a way that makes me feel not guilt about myself! Golly, I just don’t know! Or, just maybe, I should go to the Bible and see what it says: James 1:5 – “If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him.” I did that and I got my personal answer and testimony.

  • April 8, 2011 at 9:01am

    I just re-read Ayn Rand’s “Atlas Shrugged” this week and when I read these comments by Stern it made the hair on the back of my neck stand up. He could have lifted his phrases directly from the book. I do believe this is the start of a major push towards pushing the “common good” phrase to get anything done they want. We CANNOT let this happen!

  • March 11, 2011 at 1:22pm

    I agree. While I like Newt’s views, he has too much baggage, is too much the politician and is too stuck in the 90′s. Everytime I see him he talks about “me and Callista this” and “me and Callista that” it is as if he is forcing upon us the view that he is a reformed man with his wife who is first lady material. Again, I have read his books and love his views but there is something that is too contrived and too calculating here.

  • January 16, 2011 at 1:41pm

    Whether or not you like Sarah Palin (and my family likes her very much indeed) the fact is we are letting someone in the media try to take her out or make her and her ideas irrelevent. Unless we rally together to stop this, then no one will try and then “they” have won. I think the time has come to find out who sponsors Matthews and start boycotting them…