User Profile: kgechols

kgechols

Member Since: December 06, 2011

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  • [7] August 25, 2015 at 3:49pm

    Seriously, can we just put this piece of work in jail yet!?!

  • [7] August 17, 2015 at 2:05pm

    Are you talking about absolutes like “can NEVER be trusted” or “has no possibility” or even “will never happen”? Seems you might also be fond of absolutes, vaman.

  • [2] July 10, 2015 at 2:09pm

    Yeah, because “moving beyond the current issues” only requires that a different person in the same organization pretend to be in charge. Fake it ’til ya make it, right boys?!?

  • July 9, 2015 at 3:53pm

    Maybe she would like the name Friendship University?

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  • July 9, 2015 at 11:32am

    Equal protection should have no pertinence in a decision regarding whether or not states are required to issue marriage licenses to people who are gay. They have always been free to get married… to one person of the opposite sex who was not already married… because that was the definition of marriage. Changing the definition of the terms or the possible parties involved in the legal contract of marriage should NOT have been something at all related to the 14th amendment.

  • July 9, 2015 at 11:20am

    Hmmm… not so much. See, when the shoe is on the other foot, nobody says anything. See “Christian Man Asks Thirteen Gay Bakeries To Bake Him Pro-Traditional Marriage Cake, And Is Denied Service By All Of Them” article at shoebat.com
    http://shoebat.com/2014/12/12/christian-man-asks-thirteen-gay-bakeries-bake-pro-traditional-marriage-cake-denied-service-watch-shocking-video/

  • July 9, 2015 at 11:08am

    Couldn’t agree more, unfortunately. Only solution seems to be not to offer service at all, only product.

  • [1] July 9, 2015 at 11:01am

    Wrong again, withnail. I understand the “golden rule” you referenced very clearly and take it as very great advice indeed. I try very hard not to do anything to anybody that I wouldn’t want them to do to me. I have also never ‘discriminated against homosexual Americans for who they love.’ Starting to agree with Sniv about the mental disease here, I have to say; at the very least, you are delusional in trying to put words in my sentences that just aren’t there and actions in my past/future that aren’t/won’t be there either.

  • [-1] July 9, 2015 at 10:52am

    True that. But in the meantime, in the current society we live in… ;)

  • July 9, 2015 at 10:25am

    Depending on whether you believe Jesus was the Jehovah of the Old Testament, and whether you believe Paul the Apostle and Jude were authorized representatives of Jesus Christ, there might not actually be any record of Jesus himself saying anything specific about homosexual behavior. In the new testament, Paul discusses it in Romans 1:27, 1 Corinthians 6:9, and 1 Timothy 1:10. Jude discusses it in Jude 1:7
    Where in anything I have said do you get that I’m a hypocrite?

  • [8] July 9, 2015 at 9:45am

    Actually, withnail, all of those references from Leviticus were specifically for the Old Testament Israelites. When Jesus Christ came, he fulfilled those commandments. As far as the example from Deuteronomy, I think I might be OK with cutting off the hand of ANYONE, man or woman, who maliciously grabbed me by the balls during a fight.
    True believers in Christ’s gospel do NOT hate gay people. We love all of our brothers and sisters because we are all children of God. To disagree with someone is not to hate. To believe in different moral standards is not to hate. Those who claim God hates any of his children clearly do not know God very well. And you don’t seem to know very many true Christians very well, either. Best wishes.

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  • [5] July 9, 2015 at 9:27am

    OK, here’s some advice for anybody who wants to be able to legitimately abide by their religious principles and not get sued; don’t offer any services that could be mis-used by those you don’t agree with. Cake baker: don’t offer custom cakes or any words to be written. Photographers: do not offer wedding photography or event photography services, only offer your art for sale… if they don’t like what you create, they don’t have to buy it. No artist can be compelled to create any art. If you offer specific goods, you cannot be compelled to offer other goods. If you offer services, however, you can be compelled to offer those services to anyone for basically any purpose.

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  • [10] July 9, 2015 at 9:22am

    Yes, this and several other cases are clear examples of persecution of Christians based on religious choices. How else do you explain $135,000 in “damages” for refusing to bake a cake?!? Are there no other bakers around that would do it? Did the couple not receive ANY gifts at their wedding because they didn’t have a cake by Sweet Cakes? Paying the fine would be condoning and admitting that state-sanctioned anti-religious persecution is OK. Please DON’T EVER PAY THE FINE!!

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  • [2] July 7, 2015 at 4:35pm

    The headline, key graphic and text of the article have absolutely nothing to do with one another!! The graphic is about subsidies while the article is talking primarily about the cost difference, while the headline and an introductory paragraph mention that there is an imbalance in whether or not electric cars are actually better for the environment due to the fact that they rely on electricity generated by polluting power plants. Where are the ACTUAL FACTS and INFORMATION!?! I’m no enviro-nut, green freak, but I expect articles on the Blaze to at least be cohesive!

  • December 8, 2014 at 2:13pm

    $97,000!!! I’ve built 2 quadcopters myself for less than $1000, and there’s no possible way he’s not baking in a LOT of extra cash to that bill for some reason. Even really high end drones don’t cost more than $10,000!! But forget about the drones… this guy needs to be investigated for FRAUD!

  • [-1] September 26, 2014 at 2:40pm

    I think this is the phrase he is trying to refer to in the fifth amendment but obviously misunderstands it: “No person shall be … compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself…”
    The “right to remain silent” is something completely different.

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  • June 25, 2014 at 9:41am

    “According to the Ordain Women website, Bishop Mark Harrison notified Kelly of the decision via email, detailing both the consequences and the conditions that she needs to consider if the can ever be re-baprised into the church.”
    COPY EDITOR WHO KNOWS ENGLISH NEEDED… STAT!

  • May 13, 2014 at 1:49pm

    There is SO much wrong here, I can’t contain myself. 1. If jobs are going unfilled, the recruiters and hiring managers are doing a poor job. 2. If the reason jobs are going unfilled is that it’s financially a better move to leach off the government, aka taxpayers, then we need to wean more people OFF assistance so that the need to work is re-ignited. 3. If the jobs are only low wage jobs that only foreign illegal undocumented workers will take, how much “skill” could they really require. Sounds to me like they’re jobs where one has to actually WORK for a living. I am sick TO DEATH of hearing people complain there’s no work while employers complain they can’t get people to work. Raise your wage offering and make a decent environment for people to work and people will work when they no longer get support from the taxpayers!!

  • April 29, 2014 at 5:02pm

    Oops, I knew I’d include at least one typo. “various ways to think about and solve…”

  • April 29, 2014 at 4:59pm

    Actually, a lot of this is lifted directly from modern business language. Sure, the motivation might have been insidious, but it’s not made up, out of the blue nonsense, it seems to me; at least not from these examples regarding math.

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