User Profile: GrandpaOf4

GrandpaOf4

Member Since: January 16, 2011

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  • [21] July 27, 2014 at 8:10am

    Appealing to the careless scum who break into houses, steal, rip people off or otherwise have no moral guideposts is hopeless. Better to just shoot them. They have no sense of “do under others as you would have them do unto you”. They have no sense of fairness or compassion or anything like that. They can not be reformed, they can no be “taught” to have remorse. They are truly a cancer in society. Just like any cancer the only option you have is to remove it.

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  • [3] July 16, 2014 at 8:07am

    This would be hysterical except for the fact that these people vote. They actually have a small say in who gets elected and what the goals for the country should be. So the piece goes from being hysterical to being terrifying. Really I think this is proof positive that there is no such thing as evolution. Nothing in the universe goes from disorder to order. Beings do not evolve they devolve. And these young people are the undeniable proof.

  • [3] July 14, 2014 at 7:42pm

    You do understand there is a difference between laws regarding cleanliness and human behavior, right? Seems pretty basic.

  • [16] July 14, 2014 at 7:37pm

    Gee they sort of aren’t. If the topic did come up every day in some media circus I doubt many Christians would even talk about it. Seems to me the homosexuals are the folks obsessed about it and want it to be stuck in everyone’s face every day.
    – Oh hey so another “great truth” was penned here today. “People have always feared and hated that which they do not understand…” Yeah I agree for those who lack understanding – Christianity seems to terrify them. Pity. It ain’t all that difficult to comprehend.

  • [7] June 25, 2014 at 11:57am

    Don’t be sorry – just be a good shot and empty the clip.

  • [1] June 21, 2014 at 6:51pm

    I am a hunter. We consume more venison in a year than beef. But these things are vile. The carry so much disease and nasty crap that I wouldn’t even field clean one. Look I can eat squirrel of even snake with no problem but these breasts are nasty. I love pork, or ribs or bacon but these are gross nasty disease infested vermin. Even if I shoot one we dig a hole with the backhoe and bury it. Sorry I would rather cook a rat on a spigot over burning tires than screw around with these breasts.

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  • [9] June 21, 2014 at 6:01pm

    Talk about childish. I don’t really know who your little “g” god is. I do have a relationship with the big “G” God and He doesn’t seem to damn anyone who is willing to accept who He is and who they are and then respond appropriately. I was born with a propensity to participate in many types of behavior God deems inappropriate or in simple terms “sinful”. That doesn’t excuse the behavior or make it righteous in God’s sight just because “i was born this way”. It simply means I am flawed. It doesn’t mean I am damned but it does mean that I sure do need a savior.

  • [4] June 21, 2014 at 5:47pm

    Bravo – well thought out and well expressed. Amen.

  • [1] June 21, 2014 at 5:34pm

    The only television “evangelist” I ever liked was Dr. Gene Scott. He would sit there in his recliner with a cigar and say ,”Get on the phone and send me money or I am not going to do the show.”. Fantastic. At least he was honest about the scam. The guy was quite an impressive theologian so really his presentations were worth watching. (although typically pretty far off base) But he was a lot of fun. Get some cigars Joel and maybe I’ll tune you in.

  • [3] June 21, 2014 at 5:25pm

    Really – worshiping the health, wealth, and personal happiness god is much more lucrative than that sorry old sinner – salvation message. He is a very talented inspirational speaker. I’m just not sure what he is inspiring. Doesn’t seem like the message of Christ I relate to. I am happy to ignore him. Too bad more of the faithful can’t do likewise.

  • June 21, 2014 at 4:19pm

    Ya know I sort of agree with you. I came to Christ as sinner. I still am one. (In ways to numerous to list here.) So now I trust in Him for my salvation. I read the promises of renewal and do TRY to comply with those changes but I am largely unsuccessful. Frankly my lack of success is the primary factor that causes me to sometimes doubt my salvation. Of course that doubt is just another form of denying the power of God. I thank God for His examples of men like David, sending his military leader to his death in order that he might take his wife, and many other who did not conform to the standards of God but were still in good standing with God.
    I do think that same sex sexual relationships are sinful but then so is divorce, second marriages, drunkenness, gluttony and a whole lot of other things that people, even Christians do every day and are “allowed” or accepted by the church. My issue with this particular concept is that it pollutes the essence of how Christ is related to the church. We are “the bride of Christ” So the marriage relationship is used as an example of our relationship to Christ. So marriage is sort of narrowly defined. So really I have no problem with the acceptance of gays in the church. Really who are we with all the sin baggage we carry to condemn another person’s sin? Still open and flagrant sin should not be encouraged by the church. Let’s not hide it pretending to be something we aren’t but let’s not promote it or encourage it. A bad move

  • June 18, 2014 at 3:38pm

    Dick “when I was in Vietnam” Blumethal is a greasy headed lying sack of crap. That jerk would make Julius Caesar look like a moderate. I want to personally thank the residents of CT for sending this POS to washington. CT is worse than CA in a lot of ways. 70% government dependency (either mailbox payroll or working for the state) makes for very loyal democrat party supporters. Because of that we get the absolute loons from that dump.

  • June 18, 2014 at 3:15pm

    Really? It might be better if you moved to NYC so the gestapo can REALLY protect you. These random stops to “check” people are a clear violation of the 4th amendment. Probable cause? Apparently there are people on here who are convinced that the ends justify the means. Once a statist always a statist.

  • June 2, 2014 at 8:26am

    A great example of why leadership doesn’t seem to work is the good people of KY voting to keep mitch in power. Why would they do that? Well, because, “Mitch is good for KY, he has the experience and he brings home the bacon for KY”. Right – well that type of thinking is why we can’t get a trivial 1% cut passed. I am not happy with the Washington elite but the people are getting exactly what they seem to want.

  • June 2, 2014 at 7:35am

    This is a good example of why we no longer affiliate with the southern Baptist kingdom. Now if he had his picture on a boxed pie he would have been all set. Moderation and self-control don’t apply to after church pie socials. Hey the university has the right to do whatever they think is best so bully for them. They have their image to be concerned about and I see firing this guy as just a business decision. After all, I think we can all agree, the university is a business, not a mission. Me? I choose to not be associate. I hope his next job works out better. BTW – Nice beard- Impressive.

  • May 19, 2014 at 8:12am

    Hey! I didn’t know Al Sharpton posted here! Nice to hear from ya Al.

  • May 19, 2014 at 8:10am

    Ding, ding, ding! Okay you win! That is probably the dumbest, most grammatically bizarre comment posted here to date. So help me out here because I’m not exactly sure what you are trying to say. Are you saying that if some millennials agreed with him that he wouldn’t be able to market is skills or opinions? Egh? Sorry. There just doesn’t seem to be an rational point here. Hey, aren’t moderate republicans just closet progressive democrats?

  • May 2, 2014 at 7:51pm

    Becklel really needs to get into a 12 step program. Call Bill W. Maybe his method can help.

  • May 2, 2014 at 7:42pm

    We need to recognize that there are no hearts or minds being changed with any of these interviews or dialogs. The ONLY thing media exposure does is energize your base of like minded people. The agenda for this group of so called “reporters” is pretty clear. Their readership is likely aligned with their agenda and is unlikely to change their position regardless of what you say. So really it is pointless to engage with them. Better to engage with media that is like minded and energize your base. Here is the thing – less than 40% of the population determines most elections. Get your people out. That is really the only way to get it done.

  • May 2, 2014 at 7:33pm

    Boy ya could see that coming way way before it went down. That guy was getting wound up 20 minutes before that final confrontation. Frankly I don’t blame him. So here’s the thing. I don’t know Mark Callahan on all the issues but just for standing up to that lame media scum I would lean very heavily to voting for him in a primary. In general the press as a political watchdog sucks. For the most part they have a political agenda but they try to pass themselves off as “news reporters”. They aren’t “news reporters”. The press or whatever venue tries to pass themselves off as “reporters” but really they are driven by policy agendas. They select the issues, develop a position and then frame the issues in order to support their position. It ain’t “news” boys & girls. It is political propaganda presented in way to advance the aspirations of the people in control of the presentation. So here’s the deal. If I am running for an office and some news media thing asks me for an interview I would look first to determine their agenda. If it conflicts with mine I would decline. There is no point to it because they are only seeking to make me look bad. Here is the deal – Nothing changes in the hearts and minds of voters from these interviews. Few if any are “changing” their position based on any information, interviews, presentations, discussions or any of the media ******** put out there. The only thing media coverage does is to excite or energize your base.

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