User Profile: kyrealtor

kyrealtor

Member Since: November 16, 2011

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  • May 24, 2013 at 4:01pm

    GLBTP – Why P? Because the all-inclusive revolutionary movement always defends pedophiles and child molesters. And most cases it’s not a 18-14 issue, but often involves human sex slavery against children. The richest and most powerful members of the GLBTP movement are frequent customers of under-age brothels, or the sexual gangsters who run sex trade operations, bribing politicians, police, prosecutors, and judges. It does not matter if adult lesbians are harmless, if they include the worst gangsters on the planet in their political movement.

  • April 16, 2013 at 9:55pm

    Then why did you not vote for the House budget proposals that gave the President himself more power to rearrange the cuts in a more sensible manner? Did you yourself first vote for the Continuing Resolution that created the sequester, and then further affirm it by voting against the House bill that would have fixed it? Why did most Democratic Senators also vote for the Continuing Resolution that created the sequester, and then further affirm it by voting against the House bill that would have fixed it? Please tell the truth, for a change.

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  • April 16, 2013 at 9:31pm

    The left? Hardly. Anyone that supports the mass murder of African American babies is an extreme fascist racist. Liberalism is about protecting the poor and defenseless. This isn’t even Liberal Fascism, it is more right-wing racist than the KKK.

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  • February 25, 2013 at 2:27pm

    Several Cabinet Officers and the President have announced that they will make the WORST and MOST DAMAGING possible cuts if the sequester goes into effect, proving that they are either extremely evil or grossly incompetent.

  • February 25, 2013 at 2:25pm

    We already have one type of Police State: Crony Capitalism. Therefore police forces should not be granted further extreme power of military weapons versus unarmed civilians. Until Gun Control is repealed, and Crony Capitalism put under control, we need gun manufacturers to stop selling military-style weapons to the police at every level. Until unconstitutional gun laws are repealed, gun manufacturers who will not sell to police in anti-gun states and cities are protecting the people from a further decline into a Police State.

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  • February 4, 2013 at 9:27pm

    How about Ron Paul’s longstanding contempt for Israel? What does the Bible say about that?
    In the Book of Genesis, Chapter 12, Verse 1-3, we see what God says about His response to how people treat Israel:

    “And I will bless those that bless you and curse the one who curses you. And in you shall all families of the earth be blessed.”

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  • November 13, 2012 at 4:12pm

    First, it’s a Germania tree, a German pagan idol worship symbol. O Tannen Baum (mistranslated “O Christmas Tree) has nothing to do with Christianity whatsoever. Christmas is also a pagan festival, the Saturnalia, the festival of the unconquered Sun, and numerous other Winter Solstice festivals associated with idol worship. Santa Claus derives from Sinter Claus, a merger of the norse idol Wotan and St Nicholoas, who incidentally gifted a dowry, not gifts for children. Even secular Christmas celebrates frivolity and financial irresponsibility, a luxury that we can never again afford as long as we live under an Eco-Fascist Regime.

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  • October 18, 2012 at 4:20pm

    Almost everyone who is against Israel favors at least one of Israel’s enemies: PLO, Hamas, Hezbollah, Muslim Brotherhood, Al Qaeda, etc. A government that is neutral or hostile to Israel will hire and promote those enemies of Israel, and the US is a country, like it or not, where 16% of the population consists of hard-core Jew-haters. If the US government excludes pro-Israel Americans from key positions and hires and promotes hard-core Jew-haters to key positions, it will inevitably be infiltrated by many supporters of terrorist organizations. The US could even become a terror-supporting nation. Hate crimes against Jews are already the #1 most common and #1 least investigated and prosecuted ethnic crimes in the United States. Merely not being Nazi or Fascist is too low a bar: we should change our anti-Israel policies before the United States becomes the largest country in world history to tolerate hate crimes against Jews and Israelis.

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  • October 17, 2012 at 4:35pm

    Worst moderator ever. Crowley and Obama had pre-planned the White House lawn transcript trap, the 1 terrorist comment Obama made during 2 solid weeks of Youtube Video misinformation and cover-up. I recommend that no one trust CNN. Their propaganda in favor of terrorists and against pro-Israel Americans is the #1 tool in the terrorist arsenal, and is indirectly responsible for millions in property damage and thousands of deaths.

  • September 24, 2012 at 7:51pm

    The Democratic leadership portrays Christians as gun-toting fanatics easily provoked to violence, kind of like the Militant Jihadists. So if the goal is to prevent violence, would it not make sense to stop insults against all religions, not just Radical Islam?

  • September 24, 2012 at 7:49pm

    Christmas. Not in the Bible. Not in any early Christian texts. The Christmas trees and lights are from Germany, the #1 ethnic group in the US, like it or not. Since we are not at war with Germany, and certainly not at war with the German immigrants that now constitute the largest ethnic group in the United States, why don’t we just spread the world that Christmas is a German American holiday, not a religious holiday? Hint: if it’s on the Roman Calendar, it can’t be Biblical. But why be mean about it?

  • September 24, 2012 at 7:43pm

    Key Obama supporters talk ugly about Israel. About half of the Democratic leadership are against Israel. Most Liberation Theology leaders are against Israel. If you don’t like Iran’s position on Israel, then you should vote against President Obama and against all anti-Israel politicians.

  • September 24, 2012 at 7:36pm

    1 accidental leak = 1,000 insults behind closed doors. Do you think MSNBC could have been slanted against Republicans and Conservatives without MS consent?

  • September 12, 2012 at 2:37pm

    The Israelis clearly believe they can win against Iran, and against terrorist supporting states. But they believe the death toll and property damage will be catastrophic if the US does not give full support now. The US is likely to remain divided during what will be know as World War III, which Israel will win but at great cost. The pro-terrorist Americans, including many American Jews, will likely be perceived as war criminals after Israel eventually wins the war without the support of the USA. I just hope that those of us who supported Israel will not be treated with shame and disgrace because so many of our countrymen hated Israel.

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  • September 7, 2012 at 11:51am

    Correct content,but bad headline. It is also unfair when Christians are accused of hate for believing only in their own religion. As to the substance, Pat Robertson started this mess when he wrote “The Late Great Planet Earth.” But after being corrected by both Jewish and Christian scholars, he disavowed the portions of the book that predicted yet another massacre of Jews. Maybe there are still some “Christian Zionists” that read this and similar books without knowing that Robertson and many other Christian leaders have backed away from the 2nd Holocaust Theory. But in my own experience, I have found that most Christians who support Israel have no such ideas, but rather are simply good people that love other good people.

  • September 6, 2012 at 7:07pm

    So it’s O.K. to convert young Jewish children to Christianity in the UK, but not to wear a cross to work? Maybe we should solve both problems by just getting the Queen and the Archbishop to declare that Anglican Christianity is now essentially the same as agnosticism, and that the cross and conversions are mere symbols unrelated to the individuals actual faith.

  • September 5, 2012 at 12:58pm

    The Republicans are using Israel as a political football? How about some of us who were Democrats most of our life are turning to the Republican party to save Israel because your President and his Al Sharpton entourage are doing everything possible to harm Israel and Israelis? Does it even bother anyone that Israel is being described as a football, to be kicked around according to your political ambitions? The 1967 border comment, and the President’s affiliation with committed anti-Israel professors and organizations, make it clear that he is 100% on the side of violent anti-Israel terrorists.

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  • September 5, 2012 at 12:50pm

    Even as we blog, God is removing every reference to the DNC leadership in the Book of Life …

  • [1] September 5, 2012 at 12:47pm

    So, according to American Airlines, physically challenged people are low class? What happened to the Americans with Disabilities Act? I agree that the captain must be the final determinant of a security risk, but if he did this primarily based on the boy’s physically challenged status, then he broke the law and American Airlines should pay compensation well beyond a free ticket on another airline, and potentially face federal fines. And how exactly should we treat physically challenged people? Like everyone else! America was founded to eliminate a permanent class system. The only standards for 1st class should be ticket price and maybe a dress code. Stop discriminating, lest you get a reputation as the un-American Airline!

  • September 4, 2012 at 5:15pm

    Rand should do better as long as he gives up on the Israel haters. They belong with David Duke, anyway. There are plenty of Republican supporters of Israel sitting on the fence, now that the Democratic Party leadership is firmly anti-Israel. Most of the Tea Party activists are well educated and intelligent, more so than the rest of the population. So the key for Rand, as the top elected member of the Tea Party movement, is to define the fiscal responsibility and freedom so as to get rid of only unnecessary and redundant agencies. Let the Israel haters and hard-core anarchists go elsewhere; Rand Paul and the Tea Party will be better off without them.

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