I think it’s pretty classless for the Republicans to walk out on every conservative that voted for them this past November.
 February 27, 2015 at 10:25am
I get what you’re saying, but I see nothing wrong with throwing in a “fun” story on here. My daughter sent it to me last night. She said it was going around on Facebook. It doesn’t take away from the fact that we just became a Banana Republic.
 February 25, 2015 at 9:57am
Fed Ex left silver coins on my doorstep that I was suppose to sign for. The driver forged a name and said a guy that was stacking firewood here signed it. My firewood was for personal use and had not been touched.
[-1] February 25, 2015 at 9:43am
Religion is a state of mind. Miracles are no more than a rabbits foot or a lucky coin.
February 25, 2015 at 9:36am
No sir, I did understand. I am not projecting anything on anybody. I clearly said, I have no problem in anyone believing in a god if that’s what gets them through life. The only explanation I ever hear from a christian is “god works in mysterious ways” or “he has a plan”. That’s a very convenient way not to have to explain anything. So god’s plan for christian’s who believe in him is to have kids raped,innocent people beheaded because they believe in him, women raped beat and tortured, kids die of cancer, parents taken away from kids in car accidents, oh and men of the cloth rape little boys, and then, save Glenn? Great plan.
February 24, 2015 at 11:24am
I love Glenn, but when someone says “God saved me. It’s a miracle” , it is the most arrogant thing that can come out of ones mouth. “I ” am SO special, God saved ME and not the guy next door that read his bible everyday and suffered for decades with an excruciating disease and died a horrible death. I was chosen to live rather than the child down the street that was raped and kept in a closet to be finally starved to death.
I have no problem in religious beliefs to get one through life. More power to them if that’s what works. But to say that God saved you over the millions of children that die every day due to cancer and abuse is arrogant.
No, I believe you misunderstand. If you don't believe in God, than this is just a bunch of meaningless words, but don't project a mindset or feeling on Glenn's, or anyone's words, if you don't understand where they are coming from. God has a plan and He is at work in this world and in each of our lives. But we are here to make choices (hopefully good ones) and gain knowledge and experience. He will not interfere in our choices, even if they are evil and can harm others. People will ultimately pay for their evil, but sometimes people will suffer at their hands. That is tragic. And I know God weeps for them. And for His children that do such harm. Other people walk a difficult path in this life for no reason we can understand. That's why we should all try hard to be "His hands" on earth and help and serve each other. But recognizing God's hand in your own life is anything but arrogant. It is truly humble. It is thanking him for the gift. Glenn never said he deserved it. Only that he was amazed and grateful.
wow what neighborhood do you live in? :)
I agree Glenn's arrogance is enormous. A little humility would do him well.
As a former employee of a born-again sinner (3 wives, lots of infidelity, alcohol, and gambling), I've had to hear these words all too often, and just as often I've found them to be skin-deep at best.
It's not about Religion or "being special", it's about Spiritualism. He asked God and God said yes to him this time. This is Glenn's path in life. His illness and the experiences were part of his path to evolve and now move on with the next 40 years as he says.
My life path is different than Glenn's and so is yours and so was the made up "neighbors" path.
February 24, 2015 at 11:01am
You mean like the millions of women that have prayed for their rapists not to rape or kill them?
[-1] February 24, 2015 at 10:29am
Zapparules.. You are spot on. What I conclude from your posts is this. You’re not judging others because of their belief in God if that’s what gets them through life. Yet we hear “Christians” attacking you because you don’t believe what they believe in. They see it as you attacking them. No matter how you word it, you are going to hell.You’ve been told you are dead inside and you have no moral compass. You can not have compassion for others. God is pulling at you but gosh darnet, you just keep “resisting”. You’ve been lumped into a crowd of “all non-believers” ( like the atheists that want a cross taken down ) .You have been assumed to be a liberal because you are not “one with God”. You are weak and can not do anything on your own. You’ve been told that you think you are just too intelligent to believe in God. You have been compared to Obama.
This all sound like rude and judgmental attacks to me. SOME Christians, just like SOME atheists are over the top. Just like there are far right people and far left people that are extreme. Zapparules, How dare you come on The Blaze where Christians are and give your point of view.
February 14, 2015 at 10:15am
So you resort to name calling to get your point across? You’re missing my point. Yes he ran into her, but as far as she thought, he only ran into her because he was going too fast. That’s what she said. She said , ‘What the hell is wrong with you, you’re in a school zone, what are you thinking?’” “I was just angry,” If he was doing 15 mph ( school zone ) and ran into her, would she have reacted that way. I’d say no.
February 13, 2015 at 6:32pm
Ok, here are HER Words ” At that point, Liesmann told KXAS-TV, “I jumped out the car and said, ‘What the hell is wrong with you, you’re in a school zone, what are you thinking?’” “I was just angry,” she said. . So there ya go. Proof that she DID not know he was a fugitive. Even in a school zone, you don’t assault a guy for breaking the speed law, which is all she thought he did. She said she did it because she was angry. Period. Any one here ever accidentally speed through a school zone? She was in the wrong.
Assault him for breaking the speed limit? He rammed into her dumbA$$ .. Did you not watch the video?
Always one walking amongst us!!!
February 13, 2015 at 6:31pm
Ok, here are HER Words ” At that point, Liesmann told KXAS-TV, “I jumped out the car and said, ‘What the hell is wrong with you, you’re in a school zone, what are you thinking?’” “I was just angry,” she said. . So there ya go. Proof that she DID not know he was a fugitive. Even in a school zone, you don’t assault a guy for breaking the speed law, which is all she thought he did. She said she did it because she was angry. Period.
 February 13, 2015 at 4:33pm
You hit the nail on the head.
February 13, 2015 at 4:30pm
Did you not see the man? She could not have done it without him. Not one mention of him anywhere. Why not? Half of this story is made up.
February 13, 2015 at 4:09pm
Where in either of the stories does it say she knew the cops were after him? As far as we know she just thought he ran into the back of her and was pi$$ed off because she had a child in the car. If she knew the cops were chasing him, then yes , you go girl, not an assault, but I bet she just thought he was a bad driver.
Then the guy that actually did most of the work isn’t even mentioned.
 February 13, 2015 at 8:27am
I bet the guy that actually took control of the perp is pretty upset about now. HE threw him to the ground and no one ripped him from the vehicle. If she didn’t know he was fleeing the police, she assaulted someone for “an accident” in her mind. I’d be Pi$$ed too if someone ran into the back of me with a child in my car, but you can’t assault someone for an accident. In the end, yes it’s a nice thing for KIA to do, but the guy that did more than she did isn’t even mentioned. As far as we know, he may have known the cops were chasing him. The only reason she got the car and this story has been blown out of proportion on here is because there was a kid in the back seat. Everyone is looking for a warm and fuzzy story that isn’t here.
 February 12, 2015 at 10:04am
Why does anyone who carries, give money to these places? When you “carry in there anyway” you are supporting a business that is telling you they want you in there because they don’t trust you. If I walk up to a business with a no gun sign, I be sure to tell them I was going to do business with them until I saw their sign.
Yes, and when I see someone carrying a gun who isn't a police officer or other security, I tell the business that I won't be coming back until they make it a "no guns" place of business. There are more people who don't carry than do, and we probably spend a lot more money than the open-carry advocates. Remember, if you let "honest citizens" carry guns openly, you are also allowing criminals and crazies to open-carry, too. If you accustom people to guns everywhere, you leave them unprepared to deal with the "bad guys with guns". Yes, and do remember, the Las Vegas shootings last summer included to armed cops and a licensed concealed-carry permit holder who decided to "be brave".
I go out of my way to inform the owner that I could be one of his best customers --But--
I just quit doing business with a company that I have traded with for 20 years over his posting a Free Kill Zone sign---He told me, that I would be an exception, I said I sure would be, his competitor, that I really don't like, now gets my $20k a year.
[-5] February 12, 2015 at 9:35am
Personally, I don’t see the big deal here. Kudos to them if that’s what makes them happy. That doesn’t make for a better marriage. Being brought up in a christian home doesn’t either. I dated a preachers daughter once. Wow. They make it sound like they did this for a religious reason. If so, how many people did they sleep with before this? Who knows, maybe he was just afraid for her to see what a “little guy” he was until he had her hooked.
 February 7, 2015 at 7:48am
What a crock
 January 31, 2015 at 11:33am
The Robertsons are so perfect. I get tired of hearing about their “ways of life”. Who cares? I raised my child in a religion free environment. I told her when she was young, I’d take her to any church she wanted to go to, anytime. Just because I didnt go to church, I wasn’t going to deprive her of going if she wanted to. She sometimes went with friends. As a teenager, she wanted to try out a couple churches, so I took her. I hated every second of it, but never told her that. I respected her choice to go. We went a few times and she no longer cared to go. She went to college, made good grades and is a very secure person. She’s never been in trouble and loves life.
I’m not knocking raising kids in a religious environment, but it’s not the only way to end up with good, respectful kids. Too much of ANYTHING is not good..