User Profile: justasayin


Member Since: August 08, 2012


  • March 30, 2015 at 8:54am

    I’m embarrassed for my state of Ky. First we give you McConnell, now we’re lagging here. Hopefully Ky will do the right thing and vote Matt Bevin in for Governor. At least we still have good gun laws.

  • March 30, 2015 at 8:19am

    I believe in gay rights, straight rights, everyone’s rights. I also believe in freedom. Why dont these people quit complaining and capitalize on the situation. They should all get together and open one great big gay and lesbian cake shop. They can then refuse business to straights. It’s all settled.

  • [-3] March 28, 2015 at 12:59pm

    DeathBySporks. In the link you provided, though “Vietnam Tom” was within his right to defend himself, he lied big time about what happened. He asked the black guy how much he’d charge to spit shine his shoes. He also said the black guy pulled a knife, he didn’t.

  • March 27, 2015 at 4:49pm

    So you’re saying that anything shaped like a cross is a sign? What if my dog does his business and it is in the shape of a cross? What would be the difference. Tornadoes have been happening on earth for millions of years. I’m sure trees millions of years ago were ripped to look like crosses when no one was around to even see it. Come on.
    Seriously. I have no problem with people having faith in anything. To each their own. But too much of ANYTHING is not healthy. When religion becomes an obsession and blinds people to every day things that just happen because of simple physics, that’s when I just dont get it.

  • March 27, 2015 at 4:42pm

    You got me on the tomato soup. Actually, I didnt skip Sunday school when I was a kid. I was made to read fairly tales.

  • March 27, 2015 at 4:39pm

    Stampschick. If I never read the 10 commandments, I’d abide by them. Well ok , except taking the lords name in vein. I am guilty of that, but so are most “christians” I know. Oh, and Keepeth the Sabbath holy, which goes back to christians taking the lords name in vein after church or when their running late for church.

  • [2] March 27, 2015 at 8:47am

    Why is it assumed that all atheists are leftists?

  • [-1] March 27, 2015 at 8:42am

    Looking for comfort in a broken telephone pole is no different than looking for it in a grilled cheese sandwich. Are you agreeing this is a sign from god? Is it his signed autograph for ripping apart a town?
    I understand looking for comfort after a tragedy. I’ve been there. But to look for comfort in a broken piece of wood that just happen to break ( which is what happens in tornadoes) is a far stretch. “Some” Christians just look at anything that resembles a religious symbol as a sign.

  • March 27, 2015 at 8:31am

    Stampschick. Thanks for proving my point. Christians want to point out every little thing non believers do. Hypocrites.

  • [5] March 26, 2015 at 10:57am

    I went to Catholic school all my life. I passed my religion course my senior year with a D- – . I was required to go to bible study. I’ve been there and it made no sense to me. You could read an Al Gore book on global warming. That doesn’t mean you will grasp it and take it to heart.

  • [2] March 26, 2015 at 10:54am

    Hmmm. Interesting. But still does not explain the Christian need to attack atheists and those who do not have faith.

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  • [7] March 26, 2015 at 10:48am

    To all those that think Atheists have no moral compass. Lets talk about all the children that have been molested by priests, preachers and pastors ( Christians ). It’s the individual that matters. it has nothing to do with religion.

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  • [7] March 26, 2015 at 9:51am

    It’s the chicken and the egg. If morals come from the bible, which came first? The bible or the morals that are written about in the bible? To say there were no morals before the bible is absurd. Look what is going on in the middle east right now. Some of the most horrific things in history. These things happened before the bible and continue today .
    Morals come from within. I treat people like I want to be treated. It’s common sense. I dont need the bible to tell me that.

  • [8] March 26, 2015 at 9:44am

    chuckles. You’re assuming a lot of things aren’t you? Telling non believers what their compass is. It just amazes me when a Christian says that without god, then everything is legal and moral. You don’t have to believe in a god to have compassion for other human beings or to know right from wrong. I’m living proof and so are many of your neighbors. Read your bible and quit judging.

  • [1] March 26, 2015 at 9:12am

    Jeffro. Read your comment. I’d say you are attacking quite rudely. Oh, and judging. But Christians don’t see it as judging when they attack someone else for not believing like they do. Your comments are as rude as any atheists I’ve seen on here. It goes both ways.

  • [4] March 26, 2015 at 9:06am

    Your comments are both disgusting and ignorant. Why paint with such a broad brush? So ALL Christians go volunteer for disasters and non-Christians never do? I’m Conservative/Libertarian. I am not a Christian but I volunteer for mentally challenged kids and give platelets on a regular basis. I’d be one of the first ones in my area to help in a disaster. You go take a poll at a disaster and see just how many “non-believers” there are there. Being a Christian does not define rather you are a good person. So don’t tell me that a lot of Christians aren’t quick to judge. I need to cut this short so I can go “riot and shoot a cop”.

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  • March 25, 2015 at 8:55am

    My wife was just like Terry Schiavo. In a coma for weeks, then gradually in a vegetative state. She couldnt have scratched her own nose if it itched. Her condition was just like Terry. She survived almost a year and thankfully died of pneumonia. I could not watch the Terry Schiavo case on tv. It was too painful. My wife told me many times to never let her live like that and this was years before the Schiavo case. Her worst fear was going in a nursing home under these circumstances. She knew something like this would happen to her. I had to finally admit her to a nursing home because of insurance. The first day, I went in the office and I couldn’t do it. I had to come back the next day and admit her to her worst nightmare.
    Until you have been faced with such a nightmare ( with a 22 month old baby ) you may not know what you’d do. She asked me to never put her through that, but I was helpless. I couldn’t just strangle her and be sent to prison and leave my daughter without a parent. I should have had the choice to end her horrible life with lethal injection. It’s what she would have wanted. She made it perfectly clear. I have a large family. Every one of them would have signed the papers to do so if that is was what was required. They all knew how she felt also.
    Who has the right to tell someone how they die? ( or NOT ).

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  • March 11, 2015 at 10:31am

    It’s interpretation of the bible. Why do you think there are so many religions. I can drive down Broadway, walk into 5 different churches , and they will all interpret the bible in a different way. But of course, YOUR religion is right.

  • March 11, 2015 at 10:28am

    Yes, and my grandmother that died 30 years ago is the same too. It’s the interpretation of the bible that changes.

  • [2] March 10, 2015 at 5:09pm

    WOW ! Did you just say that? Call the police and tell them I’m going to open carry? I’ll call them and tell them I’m going to walk my dog next time.

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