User Profile: HI_Don


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  • [1] October 24, 2014 at 7:59pm

    No. I think a class action suit should be brought to the Supreme Court challenging the authority of the State to have ANY say in individuals marriages. I think the whole principle of a marriage license is unconstitutional. I think if people want their “unions” sanctioned, it is a choice of having it sanctioned by God or by man, and if it is by God, well then the only entity one needs to deal with is the church of one’s choice. If it is by man, then go see a lawyer and draw up a contract of agreement. I have no problem with the Gov. making laws that define tax status of individuals or households etc. but I have no need of a Gov. involved in who I decide to love or live with. The courts retain the ability to adjudicate private contracts, so prenuptials or people with marriage contracts/ vows can still seek redress of grievances without any State “license” of marriage. My marriage was performed by someone with authority of God, not the State.

  • [2] October 24, 2014 at 7:51pm

    A public business can’t discriminate? Really? A public business is owned and operated by a private citizen – whose rights are inalienable. How is opening a business give the State permission to take away ones rights?
    You’re the public – you can’t discriminate you have to shop in my store or you are anti-me! Cobalt – you’re just silly.

    If I run a porn video store – can a Christian family sue me for not having a “Christian safe zone” in my porn store? No you say, because it is a porn store – the owner “decided” to cater to a clientele of porn loving people so he/she can discriminate against those that don’t like porn by not offering those products. It’s a video store – so they have to cater to all customers of video? How is that different than it is a wedding shop, so they have to cater to all customers of weddings!

    What is it about liberals who PRETEND not to get something and write silly comments?

    We are Americans. We have the rights of our opinions. Freedom of speech is not only the speech people like. We have the right to offend and be offended with our speech. We discriminate every day. I discriminated against millions of women when I choose just one. I discriminated against millions of homes when I bought just one. It is called choice. And if a public business chooses to pick certain clientele, they will be discriminated by customers who choose to like or not like that business.

    The Hobby Lobby decision was a victory – for Freedom.

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  • October 24, 2014 at 7:31pm

    And -creeping in the background – the Gov. who used to be run on 10% or our single income, then 20% and now with dual income they take half.

    Think about it – if we went back to a smaller government – we all could go back to a single income and far more free time with family and more educated children.

    The beast that promises to save us is the animal that is swallowing us whole.

  • [7] October 24, 2014 at 7:17pm

    I’m not so sure. I know many adults who were physically abused as kids, who knew well that the abuse was wrong and bad and have grown up to be exceptional people because having experienced the bad – they knew the difference.

    Kids who are “educationally abused”, taught incorrect principles of liberalism, socialism, feminism, and atheism are often unaware of how ignorant they are and perpetuate the ignorance.

    Despite the statistics on how child abuse is generational and inherited – I think the statistic that ignorance is inherited might be just as convincing if not more. Look at generation after generation of welfare rats content to live in ill-content suckling after social services and begging politicians to solve their problems.

    I think this is REAL abuse as well. And the biggest and evilest abusers are socialist liberal progressive politicians and their false utopian promises.

  • [3] October 24, 2014 at 3:25pm

    citing “unconstitutional religious activity”

    Excuse me? Pray tell please just what is that? Last time I checked – ALL religious activity by CITIZENS was constitutional, it is only “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”. That doesn’t seem to apply to a football team as far as I can tell. Perhaps this Atheist group can be sued for attempting to infringe on religious freedoms?

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  • [1] October 24, 2014 at 3:07pm

    “Sullivan quotes a fired department official”

    I’m not sure they should be quoting someone who doesn’t still represent the department – they might have a grudge or agenda. Next time get a statement from someone who still works for the department.

    (Doesn’t anyone proof read anything anymore?)

  • [12] October 24, 2014 at 2:22pm

    Exactly – The city promotes free speech by allowing many groups to paint what they want – What we hear is “That was a clear endorsement of religion, and it was on city property,” he told the outlet, -Gee, what I was thinking was “That was a clear endorsement of freedom of speech, and it was on city property”Since when is telling someone “you can say what you want” become an endorsement of what they say? This is what angers me about the way things are handled in the P.C. world. If this group painted this plow, and another group painted a “LGBT” plow, and another group painted a pro-Muslim plow, and another painted a “Atheist” plow – only this group would be attacked and told their “speech” could not be endorsed because the rest of the speech is protected. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;Please tell me how a “paint the plow” has anything to do with Congress, Congress making a law, or Congress making a law establishing a religion? Please tell me now why Congress / Supreme Court would not view this as “prohibiting the free exercise thereof”. It was O.K. for the other schools to freely exercise thier view of school pride – just not the religious one.

  • [2] October 24, 2014 at 1:55pm

    TX -Remember to do it right, you have to take ALL of their candy, then give half back and make them say thanks for your generousity while appologizing for their white priviledge. Then, with the half you took from them, eat all the good stuff and provide the broken, melted, and nasty leftovers to the lazy kids who didn’t trick or treat and make them thank you for all your caring efforts. Tell them to vote for you next year or the candy will stop.
    Oh, there is so many places one can go with a Progressive based Holloween…

  • [8] October 24, 2014 at 1:43pm

    #21 – Spend the afternoon filling out absentee ballots.
    #22 – Go to city hall for early voting.
    #23 – Stop by post office to bulk mail absentee ballots.
    #24 – Log back into Blaze to write rant about conservative paranoia of voter fraud and the racist aspects of voter ID.
    #25 – Return to city hall for another round of early voting.
    #26 – Stop by the DNC local office to collect more absentee ballot forms and $20

  • [4] October 24, 2014 at 1:17pm

    This is what happens when evil heterosexuals go to a gay bakery. Everyone knows that using pink for girls and blue for boys is sexist and presumptive. I’m sure they gave them pink to prove that they are having a boy with a gender identity problem built in.

    Seriously, just imagine this poor little boy growing up who will hear the families jokes about “when they learned he was a boy” and he will then begin to wonder just enough about what he was “supposed to be” and the LGBT crowd will have him right where they want him.

    So, since the bakery has caused this “distress” for the family – can they sue the bakery for not being “heterosexually sensitive”?

  • [1] October 24, 2014 at 12:47pm

    “Health officials say the chances of the average New Yorker contracting Ebola, which is spread through direct contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person, are slim.”
    If that isn’t a stupid statement, I don’t know one that is. Let’s see now – we are talking about an infectious disease that this guy brought back with him to New York City, a population of approximately 8.5 Million with another 1.7 million tourists at any given time. So let’s define “Slim” shall we as compared to the term “Average New Yorker”. Certainly 10 people in New York are not “Average” for a population of 10 million, that is only 0.0001%, hardly Average. In fact I would call your chances of winning a lottery where the winner has a 0.0001% chance of winning (1 in one million) – SLIM. Yet, if only a “Slim” amount of New Yorkers, if only 10 of the millions of people this Doctor knows or met or bowled with or road a subway with, contracted Ebola, in a city of 10 million, it would fill every real Ebola level isolation bed we have in the country except 1. Yep, we have 11 of them in the country. And if those Slim numbers wait 21 days and walk about those 10 mil people until AFTER they realize they are having symptoms, what if each of them pass off a “slim” encounter. A disease like Ebola existing in a city of 10 million people, but nothing to worry about right? Slim chance.

  • October 23, 2014 at 8:05pm

    Yes, and notice that the Secret Service seems to be asleep at the switch again. I didn’t see any agents near her – not that I blame them.

  • [11] October 23, 2014 at 7:59pm

    Isn’t this a Hatch Act issue? Sure looks to me as if the POTUS and the AG were conducting official communications through back channels of Holder’s wife’s email to hide what they were doing from anyone who would search official channels. And then of course POTUS gives Holder the “get out of jail free card” by issuing executive privilege when people got close – even though he insisted the whole time that Obama didn’t know anything, was never told anything, and had zero knowledge of the whole F&F program.

    If they were discussing F&F or any other official business using Holder’s wife’s email – that sounds a lot like the Hatch act charges they are pursuing on Lois Learner. And who said Obama didn’t train the IRS in how to do business? Sure sounds like they all know the same tricks. The hard drives will be crashing soon.

  • [26] October 23, 2014 at 12:56pm

    Yes, they would have been riddled with gunfire from nameless individuals in hoodies, and no witnesses would come forward. Then when the bus stopped to call for help, the wheels would go missing.

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  • [2] October 22, 2014 at 9:03pm

    I had that app years ago. I could sit in math class and know zero about what was being taught, then just turn to the app and voila! Copy the answer down on my test paper. Didn’t make me any smarter though. Years later had to learn the math for myself. Back then we called the app “your neighbor” or sometimes “The girl in front of you”. Hey, we had strange names for everything back then.

  • [3] October 22, 2014 at 8:53pm

    “What I would caution you against doing is making assumptions about what will be in those announcements based on the procurement practices of the Department of Homeland Security.”

    Because we really need the media to not talk about this until AFTER the midterm election. We need to be ready to go, but we can’t have you telling people we are going in that direction. Even when Obama just said “These folks are on the right side of immigration, they are on the right side of the fair wage. I just told them you go ahead and do what you need to do to win the election.” Because right after the election I expect all you democrats to step up to the plate no matter what you promised your voters and get all these green cards filled out and passed out.
    Tell your Hispanics, “After the election, we will have more flexibility.”

  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 8:39pm

    I’ve seen this before when my brother in law did this with his drool while sitting on my chest and my hands pinned to the ground. It wasn’t that awe-inspiring back then.

  • [3] October 22, 2014 at 8:36pm

    Even at 108 mph, still slower than Obama is driving this country over the cliff so I doubt the wind is going to push us back on top anytime soon.

  • [9] October 22, 2014 at 8:30pm

    As Bill Clinton would say: “It depends on what IS means.” Obama says it isn’t a State and it isn’t Islam – Guess these people all trying to kill us are just figments of our imagination.

  • [63] October 22, 2014 at 8:28pm

    You forgot “Just another workplace violence”. We will hear all about how THIS person was acting on his own, had mental issues and a personal vendetta. No evidence of ISIS or Radical Islam telling them what to do – the mosque he went to every day is just as surprised as all of us. Seemed like a nice quiet guy. His family is asking us not to rush to judgment, after all they are just as much victims of this as are the rest of us. These are not the terrorists you’re looking for. Nothing to see here, move along.

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