User Profile: JCoolman

Member Since: September 03, 2010


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  • December 1, 2011 at 7:57pm

    Are ya scared yet?

  • October 26, 2011 at 9:36am

    How about this:

    “Profits to help people”

    With out profits we are Cuba or the old Soviet Union or Korea or the Middle East or anywhere dictators are in control.

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  • October 25, 2011 at 10:11pm

    This man is just another in the long line of anti-Christs. (1 John 2:22,23).

  • October 23, 2011 at 7:28pm

    No offense Herman, but you are doing what the establishment does and what the progressive liberals want you to do…COMPRIMISE! Stop it. Stop it. Stop it. The only way the poor come out of poverty is to not have anything given to them…by government. Personal charity is the responsibility of the individual person NOT the government. This is how you WILL NOT get elected.

  • October 21, 2011 at 4:56pm

    If it ends up being true and the evidence proves that these people are cronies, then prosecute them like Madoff or Hecker or Rajaratnam. These investigations must include George Soros as well. It is time to start holding these people responsible. We are a country of laws not men. Its time to impliment this once again.

  • October 21, 2011 at 4:37pm

    Uuuum. Bush is not president. Just like all on the left…always stuck in the past.

  • October 14, 2011 at 6:55pm

    You can judge a society by its value in Faith. Once a society has become complacent and lazy atheism sets in because it is the easiest view to take. It takes effort to have Faith. There are limits to what you can and can not do (laws). In Revelations, it talks about there being one religion. It isn’t necessarily one religion as much as the lack of any religion (which can be construed as one religion). When this happens and all faith in God has been eliminated, then one person or small group of people will have free reign to do what they want and the people will submit. Atheism is fear-based. Fear of everything. And there has to be someone, conviently, who will have the answers. Where the wars come in is when the people realize the chosen one has lead them down a path of poverty and slavery (as witnessed in almost all dictatorial societies). You see when God has been eliminated, who becomes the god-figure? MAN. And there will only be suffering. God is the only one who can provide security and well being and peace. All you have to do is follow His laws and go to Him for answers rather than the men who want to take His place. That takes effort. And it is not something you do once, it is something you have to continually do. So a society that has no Faith, is a society of the lazy and complacent. That society will endure povety, slavery and war with itself. Revelations may be nothing more than God being taken out of society and the consequences for doing this

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  • October 14, 2011 at 6:25pm

    This multiculturalism crap needs to stop. If you can’t read english, then you can’t vote. Period.

  • October 14, 2011 at 5:29pm

    Sedition will never resonate with the American people.

  • October 14, 2011 at 4:29pm

    George Soros told him to say that. He had to spell it out carefully and slowly, but Jim finally got it.

  • October 12, 2011 at 10:59pm

    When owned by the government, the strings are pulled and appologies are abound.

    People who ride bicycles are a very small group of people. Who cares if they get offended. And if they do, then your ad campain worked and you got a ton of free advertising and publicity.

    Half of bicycle owners dont have a vehicle and the other half own SUV’s. So who cares if you offend them. The problem is GM is trying advertise to a group of people who dont have any money and are partying all the time. Good luck.

  • October 12, 2011 at 10:51pm

    Olive Garden’s stock is about to tumble (never really was a fan anyway, but this will just make sure I never step foot in the restraunt again). As I tell my children. Life’s decisions has its consequences. Always choose good. You dont salute a pin on a shirt. You salute the actual flag.

  • October 12, 2011 at 12:42pm

    “Here marxist. Some more money for your destructive social justice marxism cult we…uhhh…you have created.”

    “Why thank you marxist daddy. I will do anything for you because you give me money…uhhh…you gave my social justice cult a gracious gift to help with infrastructure of the non-profit organization.”

  • October 11, 2011 at 6:14pm

    Everyone knew what Christie was going to do. He and Romney are from the same cloth. That is liberal republicans. Christie was good with the unions and certain economic situations. Otherwise both of the politicians’ views are liberal. And so is Rick Perry. The only difference Perry is outward about his religious views (you know how that is really hated by the media). Otherwise the media would have gotten their prime scenario that Nancy Pelosi was talking about. You know…changing parties, but having the same shared values. A Roman style illusion of 2 parties when there is really only one. Herman Cain is surging because he has some good ideas. He is not from Washington. He has run companies (which can be just as political as Washington). People are sick and tired of the hand picked establishment candidates. For now, anyway, Cain seems genuine. If he stays that way and doesn’t play the political games, just tells the truth, he will be the nominee. If he doesnt, here comes the liberal repubs and more of the same ol’, same ol’.

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  • October 8, 2011 at 3:21pm

    Cults worship no god and in some cases the devil (who surely isnt God). Religions are supposed to worship God.

    Hmmmm…I wonder if being a mormon is a part of a cult or religion.

    Hmmmm…I wonder if being a marxist is being a part of a cult or religion.
    I wonder if being a wicken is being a part of a cult or religion.
    I wonder if being an evolutionist is being a part of a cult or religion.
    I wonder if being green is being a part ofa cult or religion.
    I wonder if being a vegatarian is being a part of a cult or religion.
    I wonder if being a doctor is being a part of a cult or religion.
    I wonder if being a feminist is being a part of a cult or religion.

    Shall I go on? I can do this all day. And if you ask yourself these questions, the answer is quite clear.

  • October 8, 2011 at 3:03pm

    If these protesters were standing with Jesus, they would not be protesters in the first place. That is not how it is done. Read the bible—Jim. In the second place, there would be moral compass. Third place, these protesters would be standing with the Jewish people (Jesus was a Jew) not against them.

    Keep talking though, Jim. Everytime you open your mouth, the people of this country get to witness what an idiot you really are. And there is nothing religious (and absolutely no Faith) about the words that come out of your mouth or the actions you do.

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  • October 6, 2011 at 4:38pm

    Good ESPN…Good boy…Here’s a treat.

  • October 5, 2011 at 12:47pm

    Here’s a better idea. Be responsible and there won’t be any fees. I have never been charged a fee in all the years I have been with the my big bank unless I was not responsible (I was mad, but it was my fault, not the bank’s). And quit expecting to get a percentage on your money that you voluntarily put in the bank. Nothing in life is free. In fact the best things in life are earned. Getting a percentage on money put into a bank account is not earning money.

  • October 3, 2011 at 8:51pm

    Gretchen is a coward as well. Its time to stand up for what was actually said and quit concentrating on an individual word or phrase. Understanding the totallity of the comments and stop appologizing for nothing. Especially if you a member of the press. The press is supposed (ha ha ha ha!) to be able to understand what is said or done and report the truth of the matter. Not anymore. And that is why I have stopped watching all news channels all together. I could do a better job than most of the news hacks out there. Of course that makes a lot sense because I never went to college. Funny how that works.

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