Wrong. And wrong again. not that that is much comfort.
 April 27, 2015 at 9:45pm
To which the financial adviser replied, “uh, that’s fine Mr. Beck, but I just called you here today because you forgot to sign your tax return.” Later that day he had the same conversation with his dentist, and the cashier at his local supermarket, both of whom found it even more disturbing.
 April 27, 2015 at 9:39pm
Anybody who accepts the divinity of Jesus and follows His teachings is a Christian, no matter what else they believe, however ridiculous those other beliefs may be.
“Anybody who accepts the divinity of Jesus and follows His teachings is a Christian, no matter what else they believe”
Agreed. But there in lies the problem for those who accept Jesus’ Divinity but do NOT follow His teachings. Like those who condone homosexuality and condone "compromising" to find common ground with those who do not accept Jesus' Divinity nor follow His teachings.
'People who disagree with ME disagree with Jesus...'
Translated what you said.
Wasting your time with this one. Nothing matters to him but his divinely appointed role as judge of all others. He only seeks to become the brightest of all. by extinguishing any and all other sources of light.
 April 27, 2015 at 9:23pm
Holy cow, you’re right! That’s one of the stupidest things I’ve ever seen.
You actually have a legit point in this Grover. If the USA hadn't tried to make life better for the Iraqis ISIS wouldn't have come to power for at least two more years because Sadam the madman would have ground them to pieces and cared not one wit what the international community thought about him gassing them.
There never would have been an ISIS in Iraq for him to gas because there would still be a functional Iraqi Army if we hadn't tried to "make life better" for the Iraqis.
April 27, 2015 at 7:44pm
I find that listening to the whole song and then several different songs right after it usually works.
[-3] April 27, 2015 at 6:43am
Actually, it’s pretty smart. Nobody died, and no buildings were burned down. A few police cars need a lot of body work, but nobody died and no buildings were burned down. I’m not at all sure we would be able to say that if any of you guys had been in charge.
guess you didn't see the restaurant and stores that were obliterated....of course your liberal commie goggles would prevent you from seeing that anyway
I’m sure you would be fine being drug from your car so you could watch it destroyed.
That is if you actually own anything like a car.
Property destroying punks usually have no idea what it’s like to work hard to earn the money to buy real property or start a business; so destroying the property and businesses of others becomes easy.
And if I were in charge? Maybe no one would die, but there would be a lot of pain and handcuffs and jail time going on.
So just legalize murder and you'll solve that crisis. No doubt you seem to forget the fact that the city now will repulse anyone looking to visit or attend any event shelter. Entering parts meant taking your life in your hands even before but the thugs have helped destroy the economics of it.
So now, that's why you don't let them rule the city.
April 27, 2015 at 6:36am
Demonizing President Bush would be an insult to demons, because demons at least have enough sense to know that they are serving the forces of darkness.
 April 27, 2015 at 4:52am
You wish for a draft? Which kind of a draft? A draft for a war that we have to fight, which could mean the deaths of millions of Americans even if we win? Or a draft for a war that we don’t need to fight, which would mean that our own government would be the real enemy?
Y"our" own government is "the real enemy" at this point.
 April 27, 2015 at 4:40am
That would be a bad amendment. Freedom of expression as long as you don’t anger people is not freedom of expression. The emotional power of a form of protest is no more a legitimate reason for adulterating the First amendment than your disagreement with the content.
[-1] April 27, 2015 at 2:38am
Good point, CSharp, no, of course it would not. It’s still a basement, and she’s still punishing four kids who I don’t think could have all deserved to be punished by being locked up for twelve hours, and they would still be locked up without a bathroom, but there are several people here comparing this to sending a kid to bed without supper, and the lack of a bed is at least a difference that even they should be able to comprehend.
[-3] April 27, 2015 at 1:48am
Yeah, I know it’s yelling, and if you are still arguing about this nonsense, then YOU DESERVE TO BE YELLED AT.
[-6] April 27, 2015 at 1:07am
It’s different because your bedroom has a bed in it. To all the other people asking the same ridiculous question, that is the answer: IT IS DIFFERENT BECAUSE YOUR BEDROOM HAS A BED IN IT. Even a prison cell has some kind of bed in it, but my basement doesn’t, and I’ll bet theirs doesn’t either.
I understand what you are saying, there is no need to put it in CAPS. (that’s yelling online btw) But in principle what this lady did is no different in that respect. Bed or no bed is a moot point really. Besides, you are assuming there is no furniture in the basement. We don’t know that. I know plenty of people who have furniture in their basement. (family rooms with couches or recliners, even some with bedrooms, etc) So let’s stick to what we know and not push assumptions because you know the old saying on that don’t you? When you assume something then you may as well assume you are wrong because oftentimes you will be.
But I will repeat what I said above. In principle I don’t disagree with her putting the kids in a place for 12 hours without food because the kids won’t starve in that short period of time. My concern is the bathroom access. That is why I don’t agree with what she did.
Yeah, I know it's yelling, and if you are still arguing about this nonsense, then YOU DESERVE TO BE YELLED AT.
So you are saying, if she put a mattress in the basement, then it would have been ok?
Good point, CSharp, no, of course it would not. It's still a basement, and she's still punishing four kids who I don't think could have all deserved to be punished by being locked up for twelve hours, and they would still be locked up without a bathroom, but there are several people here comparing this to sending a kid to bed without supper, and the lack of a bed is at least a difference that even they should be able to comprehend.
Mom should have let them do what they want, with no punishment, so they could be liberals.
[-8] April 27, 2015 at 1:00am
Really? What did the kids do that was so bad they deserved this? What could all four of the kids have done to all deserve to be punished this way? Maybe you feel that kids today are spoiled by a lack of consequences for their actions. Maybe you’re right, or maybe you just still resent how you were treated as a kid. Either way, you should think before you reflexively try to defend this parent, because nothing we know about this case points to this being a story about a parent wrongly vilified for appropriately punishing unacceptable behavior, and everything we know points to it being a story about a sick parent suffering from some kind of mental problem that caused her to abuse her children.
You have a lot of maybe's and unsubstantiated conclusions in that comment. Let me sum up my response to you with a simple, "Bite Me!"
Get a grip. Being locked in a basement for a punishment is not abuse, it is a form of being 'grounded'. Abuse is what the Pedos will do to those kids after the CPS hands them off.
Time in the basement i would have loved that if these kids want to know what abuse is i can tell them in graphic detail ,12 hours in the cellar with someone to talk to is punishment not abuse. What was their mother supposed to do send them to their rooms have you seen kids rooms that is a reward not punishment children need discipline and there are few acceptable ways left to discipline your kids and without it children do not learn right from wrong many end up with a me centric view of life if it feels good or amuses them do it and who cares if their actions have consequences or impact others.
[-1] April 27, 2015 at 12:30am
I’m not really worried that this war will be coming to our shores, but I do worry about the people who spend a lot of time worrying about that. It seems like the part of their brain that is looking for a reason to shoot somebody is much more highly developed than the parts needed to process information logically.
April 26, 2015 at 9:01pm
Good point, or at least it would be if we had ever been successfully attacked by four guys carrying a bomb across the border, but we never have, so it isn’t.
April 26, 2015 at 8:54pm
It’s amazing to me how many legal geniuses we have here who apparently can’t figure out that you can’t deport people who were born here and have never been citizens of any other country. Where do you imagine that you would be able to deport them to?