exactly.... I am disappointed that The Blaze gave this guy a platform. I won't repost my outrage... because I hope his fame dies on this page. Everytime a Progressive is flamboyant with their nonsense... it should not make news... it plays into their agenda.
This guy is a dupe - product of the Agenda:
Left plans and goals are at WAR with God: a moral people who believe their rights come from God would never want nor need what they are selling and they know it. Lenin founder of Soviet Union said “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted.” John Dewey went to Russia and influenced education to socialize child to be a tool of the state – to dumb down not teach to critically think. Once there is control of teacher’s unions, education colleges this becomes self perpetuating you remake the country in the schools rather then by throwing bombs. Your children in government schools 7hrs a day for 13 years being indoctrinated with anti-American, anti-God, anti-capitalism. Journalists now trained to interpret events and not report facts. Teachers union supports forcing every child to attend public school. Home schoolers beware!
Gun control is one weapon to control the culture and once you control the culture you can shape the thought of rising generations and change the country in a way where it can never be changed back again.
Turn our music, art, literature against us to change the culture.
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January 7, 2013 at 5:48pm
I hope the rumor is true!
December 29, 2012 at 11:13pm
Wow. I just have to laugh. But come ON. This guy’s fascination with himself is just so natural to him he has no clue how he looks to some out here in America. No clue! So yeah, our President is CLUELESS . . about so many things. :-( And so dangerous in so many other ways. :-(
December 27, 2012 at 12:08am
How horrifying! Sad for their losses, but it appears to be a miracle so many actually survived! Wow!
I’d be thanking God, but that’s up to them. . .
December 27, 2012 at 12:01am
Could be wrong, but I suspect she is more ill than anyone is letting on (for political reasons). I haven’t thought she’s looked particularly healthy for quite some time.
No matter who the person, the body breaks down eventually and there isn’t anything anyone can do about it. Something we ALL face.
December 26, 2012 at 11:55pm
Big deal. We did the same with our kids–some parents do! Only we told them it was OK to pretend and yet had the fun.
End of story.
December 26, 2012 at 11:22pm
Here we go. A ban on all aquariums everywhere! LOL
Isn’t that the “Liberal Way???”
“We MUST do something about these aquariums!”
Yeah, here we go.
December 26, 2012 at 11:18pm
Yeah, spoken by an educated theologian.
December 26, 2012 at 11:14pm
My reaction was different than most, I guess. I find it kinda sad! That much emotion over a freakin’ video game?!? REALLY??? I mean, I was very happy with some presents I received as a child at Christmas, but not so overwhelmed that I cried.
Just screams materialism to me, sorry. . . so call me Scrooge, I won’t care. ;)
On same boat as you. I do remember hearing a story that touched my heart though. A missionary I know that goes to haiti 3-4 times a year was helping build a house while they were cutting the wood a small block of the wood fell to the ground and a kid picked up the block and was acting like it was a car driving through the saw dust . It made the kid so happy to have his "imaginary car" that he was tore up over that and crying happily. amazing differance there.
The kid is seven, and if he gets really scared about not getting the present he fervently PRAYED for, he *can* cry when he does. It's easy to make even the most spiritual child cry over a toy. IMO this "scare" was harmless and could actually lead to some great dad-son bonding, and a playful lesson on manly patience. :)
I agree, I found it more pathetic than cute. Worse even are the parents who, instead of being embarrassed at their seven year old bawling like he just sprang from the womb over a silly video game, decided to share it with the world on the internet. Maybe kids with a total lack of control over their emotions are cute when they're seven, not so much when they're 17. Makes me wonder how the kid will react when something comes along that's actually worth crying about.
SCROOGE!! (You said I could.)
December 19, 2012 at 8:13pm
Ew. Am I guessing this is “regular procedure” when drugs are suspected? Really?!? Wow–how sad into what our country has become–that this might be considered “normal operating procedure.” Dang!
December 19, 2012 at 6:16pm
John is showing his child-like faith. He said he would talk to Jack in his prayers, so obviously he believes his friend is in Heaven (likely location for him to believe, anyway). He says he will miss him (of course) and is sad (of course) – yet exhibits the wonderful faith of a child. Just the kind of faith of which Jesus spoke.
God bless you, John. I am sorry this happened to your friend. I will pray that God will help you when you are sad. I am glad you believe your friend is alive with God. I do, too! God will take care of your friend and God will also take care of you.
December 19, 2012 at 6:05pm
What do we care who celebrates what as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone else? I don’t care. Let those who wish celebrate this holiday–so what?
Fairly interesting read, thanks Blaze. :)
December 19, 2012 at 5:57pm
He dared question the “king.”
What’s the matter Obama? Is the mean reporter pickin’ on you???
From what I’ve seen, you’ve had it pretty easy compared to other Presidents where most of media is concerned!
Testy = the reporter hit some sore spots!
December 19, 2012 at 5:54pm
Agreed. People need not threaten the dude, however. Just don’t eat at his restaurant if ya don’t like what he said.
I may hate what he said, but I defend his right to say it–(as stupid as it was!)
And to put it on FB too?
Not too bright. In fact, DUH.
Maybe he wanted to close the place anyway and go on welfare.
December 19, 2012 at 5:51pm
I don’t agree with him, but it’s the free speech thing again. Boycott this boycott that, ban this/ban that, it’s all stupid. Don’t like him, don’t have to patron his restaurant-just like he said.
Having said that, he sounds like a hate-filled bigot.
December 2, 2012 at 11:51pm
I’m really curious, Penn. Who is practicing any religion or freedom or religion on “your dime?”
December 2, 2012 at 11:13pm
So Priest, why go on FOX or anywhere else to talk about it? You are just perpetuating the topic, aren’t you? Why can’t others feel anger about it? It’s an every year thing and it’s OLD already! It’s annoying–that’s why some folks are angry about it!
Anger can lead to constructive change, ya know–not necessarily destructive change.
But if you and others would possibly quit going on shows and talking about it and rather than denouncing those who are constantly trying to get nativity scenes removed, the word “Christmas” from everything and other such nonsense, maybe there would be at least a LITTLE less anger. How about it? You are only helping to give those who are trying to ruin Christmas for everyone else more attention–which is likely really what they want. LOL
November 16, 2012 at 2:48pm
What do you propose we do, Baxter? Leaving the “R” party isn’t going to simply solve anything. I hear ya, but we need a real plan!
November 16, 2012 at 2:39pm
That’s right, Schumer.. wish the “Tea Party” away. . it’s just horrible to have any opposing views, isn’t it?!? I mean – perish the thought! Who ever said we had free speech, right, Schumer? Only when we agree with slimeballs like you, I guess!
Now it will be easier to get “sheep” to fall in line–that’s what you really mean, isn’t it, Schumer?