User Profile: GrannyATL


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  • [3] October 11, 2016 at 8:09pm

    5412, don’t worry your little head off, dear. If Trump is elected, he’ll shut Beck down in a New York Minute.

    Didn’t you hear him? Once in office, he will use his power to shut down all the media who write mean things about him.

    Poor baby can’t handle criticism and he’s made that abundantly clear all throughout his campaign. The minute he reads anything negative, he goes on a Twitter rant.

  • [12] October 11, 2016 at 7:48pm

    Insightful……and you BELIEVE him?

    It TRULY saddens me to see how many good people refuse to see the ruse. Trump is only saying what he needs to in order to get elected. At his core, he is as Pro-Abortion as Hillary. He’ll revert back to his old self as soon as he has the reins in his hands.

    Just wait….

  • [2] October 10, 2016 at 10:57am

    And so you prefer to watch Hannity, the all-out sell-out for Trump?

    Well, of course you do.

    It’s amazing to see how many people believe character isn’t important in a presidential candidate.

  • [6] October 9, 2016 at 10:15pm

    Big whoop.

  • [5] October 9, 2016 at 9:52am

    Of course not!

    It’s just ridiculous that everyone is NOW saying they can’t support him because of a ten-year-old comment when he said equally disgusting comments during the Primary cycle, when we could have nominated a much better candidate.

  • [9] October 9, 2016 at 9:40am

    wigone, even if they had, it wouldn’t have mattered.

    This tape that is supposedly suddenly revealing Trump’s misogynistic tendencies is a joke. He wasn’t running for political office and was a known philanderer at the time. In current time, during the debate cycle, Trump attacked any woman who got in his way and his fans AND the press looked the other way.

    Trump always WAS and will always BE a misogynist. Why is everyone so shocked?

  • [15] October 9, 2016 at 9:30am

    Puh-leeze. I’m sick of all this nonsense.

    Everyone should have known a LONG time ago that Trump is a misogynist.

    Why would comments from TEN years ago become the impetus for his removal when everyone looked the other way during the debate cycle when he attacked Fiorina for her looks, Kelly for her menstrual cycle and just about any other woman in despicable ways if they crossed him?

    This is truly laughable.

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  • [7] October 6, 2016 at 10:52am

    emdillman, listen up…..please listen up. Your babies have already forgiven you. Your remorse shows them (and God) that you are not the person now that you were then.

    PLEASE find the time to go on a Rachel’s Vineyard retreat. (

    There you will understand more fully your own culpability and the forgiveness that awaits you. I was on a RV retreat last weekend and witnessed eight post-abortive parents transformed through the program.

    The facilitators have all been where you are. They understand. You are NOT alone. God wants you to heal, but Satan wants you to remain in your tortured existence. Seek healing. Rachel’s Vineyard can help.

    I had an abortion 43 years ago — it was my decision. I sought healing and now help parents who have had abortions to heal from their pain. I also stand in front of a late-term abortion clinic to offer scared mothers another option. All of this is how I honor my lost child.

    God wants to heal you, emdillman. He has been keeping your babies safe, waiting for you to reach out to Him for healing.

  • [18] October 5, 2016 at 10:11pm

    Kate, you have fallen for the same foolish rhetoric as the MSM with your hypocritical labels. Why are the pro-life people called “anti-abortion” and the other side isn’t called “pro-abortion”? Why not call the pro-life people Pro-Life and the other side Pro-Abortion or Anti-Life?

    That’s what they are. They are NOT Pro-CHOICE— they just say they are. Instead, they are rabidly in support of abortion at any stage of pregnancy, including up to the mother’s due date. Any attempt on our part to try and give these mommies another choice is met with vehement opposition.

    Shame on you.

  • [10] September 26, 2016 at 8:54pm

    Destroyer, what a ridiculous thing to say. It just proves our point that the liberals are incapable of using common sense.

    TARGET was the one who made the decision to allow any man who felt like he was a woman that day to enter the bathrooms or dressing rooms established for women — not the salesclerks.

    In THIS case, it was the salesclerks who decided to make the decision not to service a customer. NOT Wal Mart.

    Got it?

  • [21] September 26, 2016 at 7:01pm

    Yes, Cruz has taken a huge dip in my respect meter. But, in some ways, I think Glenn is missing a big point here. Listen between the lines. When Glenn was pressing Cruz about saying in Cleveland that people need to “vote their conscience” and was now retreating, I heard Cruz’s answer as this:

    “At that time, I was hoping and praying that the Conservatives could pull some miracle out of the heavens and put forth a candidate that could wipe the smirk off Trump’s orange face. I tried to rally the troops to hold onto their values……just hold on……we’re looking for someone you can believe in.”

    That person never materialized. Now Cruz has to face the reality that he is STILL in the political arena and wants to stay alive to fight another day. He has folded his cards so that he can have a chance to resurrect the Conservative movement on the next round.

    I don’t see Cruz as turning on his values and stabbing us “Never Trumpers” in the back as much as I see him as a pragmatist who doesn’t see throwing himself on his sword today as being a viable avenue to fighting another fight tomorrow.

    I still won’t vote for Trump, but I can see the point of Cruz’s endorsement.

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  • [54] September 26, 2016 at 1:37pm

    The area where that Wal Mart is located is predominantly African American. No excuse. Those bakers should have been fired and the manager’s apparent kow-towing to them is a bad example for Wal Mart nationwide.

    It’s unfortunate that the BLM movement has made it impossible to give a shout-out to ANY other group. The blue stripe on a black background has been the handshake symbol of police for years. It has nothing to do with race. (AND, the red stripe on a black background is the symbol that Firefighters use.)

  • [1] September 23, 2016 at 9:12pm

    East, I am still of the belief that Trump is worse than Hillary — far worse.

    His handlers have gotten him to pipe down, but he’s still the ego-maniacal, thin-skinned man he’s always been. His true stripes haven’t changed — he’s just saying what we want to hear right now.

    For example, I don’t believe for a New York minute that he will nominate Constitutional judges to the Supreme Court. Not even for a nano-second. He’s too enamored of taking people’s property away if it suits him. He can’t handle any kind of criticism and has said he’d expand the libel laws to include the press. Again, totally ignoring the Constitution.

    As a Christian, I am unable to vote for a man who claims to be a Christian, yet has repeatedly said that he has never done anything that he needs to ask God to forgive.

    Nope. I don’t see Trump as being anything other than the man he’s always been. Self-serving and cut-throat at every turn. Borderline (if not full-fledged) sociopath.

    Hillary is a Progressive in the worst sense, but I don’t see her as being more harmful than Trump. She’s the devil we know.

    I plan to write in a vote. My conscience won’t let me vote for either of these people.

  • September 23, 2016 at 6:43pm

    I remain a Never Trumper. That way, if Trump wins, I can sit back and watch the rest of you squirm once you begin to realize that Trump is a sociopath, incapable of looking out for anyone but himself. History is filled with similar tyrants.

  • [1] September 23, 2016 at 6:36pm

    I am still a Never Trumper. That way, if he wins, I can sit back and watch the rest of you squirm once you begin to realize he was selling you down the river.

  • September 21, 2016 at 1:19pm

    Speck and Mac — I don’t need to watch TV to know Hannity’s position. I read….a lot.

  • [22] September 20, 2016 at 2:28pm

    Hannity has proven himself to be a GOP shill in every Presidential election since McCain. Stopped listening to him then, and never listened again. He seems to be downright apoplectic this time, though, which only reinforces my belief that he’s afraid of Trump.

    BIG time afraid of Trump.

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  • [1] September 17, 2016 at 9:31am

    VeryCobalt, I know you always like to be the contrarian, but you have no credibility here.

    These women are helped way beyond the birth of their child. The Pregnancy Resource Centers offer them parenting classes and help them secure meaningful resources to lead a successful life. We continue to hear from many of these women years after their child is born, with photos showing us the child’s milestones.

  • [7] September 14, 2016 at 10:35am

    That being said, Kristan is spot-on with regard to how our Christian churches handle abortion-minded women. Too often they feel ashamed and afraid to go to their church leaders for help.

    That needs to change!

    The resources are out there and many of us do a good job of making sure women know there are alternatives to abortion where women can get active support. I stand outside a late-term abortion clinic weekly and have been privileged to help women who really don’t want an abortion.

    However, too many people believe that nobody really cares about them or their situation. We are NOT just pro-baby, we are pro-women as well. We care about these women and help them to navigate their situation in order to improve their trajectory on life’s oftentimes rocky pathways.

    Churches need to be the first place women go who find themselves in an unplanned pregnancy. Unfortunately, too many feel judged rather than loved and THAT NEEDS TO CHANGE.

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  • [3] September 14, 2016 at 10:26am

    I have met Kristan and Students for Life is at the forefront of helping college women (and men) find alternatives to abortion. It should never be a baby OR a college degree. Women CAN have both.

    SFLA has stepped up their game, encouraging on-campus ministries to actively reach out to these women with life-affirming support. They help them navigate the crazy times they find themselves in with hands-on help from fellow classmates and the local community.

    They are changing the face of abortion in America. THEY are the Pro-Life Generation! KUDOS to them!!

    (Kristan, just ignore the idiots who are our resident trouble makers. Those of us in the Pro-Life movement who know what you and your group do to help women have your back!)

    In reply to the contribution There's a Problem with Abortion in Churches

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