User Profile: librarylisa


Member Since: May 13, 2011


  • [2] June 26, 2015 at 4:00pm

    I used to watch ET years and years ago but got fed up with them only covering at that time “Bennifer”. I remember tuning in to watch ET’s coverage of the death of Howard Keel and they did not even MENTION it. Imagine what ET’s marketshare would be if they actually cared about “stars” older than 35! With their snarky comment about being glad that Kim does not know who Megyn Kelly is, I know I made the right decision to stop watching their devolving show.

  • [2] June 26, 2015 at 2:41pm

    S.E. has said on the Real News that she is not a Christian so I think she does not understand or care that this decision will be detrimental to free speech, freedom to practice one’s religion, churches, and have an impact on just about every law and statute. Let’s not forget that even in liberal California, people overwhelmingly voted against gay marriage only to have a gay judge knock it down. How is that representing the people? I can only hope that people who have been brainwashed into supporting gay marriage will personally experience the fall out of this decision. The goal of gay marriage (per the gay activists) is to end marriage and religion. Please see Kelly Shackelford explain its impact at: .
    S.E. should know better that this is not some innocuous decision that should be celebrated. How many gay couples before this decision took the steps to get power of attorney, to make a domestic partnership contract, etc. ? Be it a wedding/marriage or taking these steps, they both cost money so if a gay couple has not done this already, clearly it is to get the impramateur of a religious blessing or connotation to their union – which is explicitly NOT found in the Bible or any other religion’s tenets. Therefore, logic says that there is another agenda afoot. It is a Trojan horse to end religion, to end marriage and to break this Christian country’s covenant with God. Good job useful idiots!

  • [5] June 5, 2015 at 2:19pm

    LaVern, thanks for your honesty. I too am 5′ 10″ and was a tomboy as a little girl. Male friends would want to play sports with me because I did not play like a “priss” but played like a boy and would play giving it my all. I realized though that boys are not attracted to girls like me. My sisters would get asked out and if a guy seemed interested in me in the back of my mind I really suspected it was a pretense to get to be closer to my sisters by being around me.
    When only 11 years old, I could kick perfectly spiralling with no wobble footballs – something my older brothers could not do. Yet I knew, I’d never have the opportunity as a woman to know what it was like to play football with a crowd cheering you on. Girls don’t really have the same opportunities for fun or glory. Even my nephew when he was about 4 years old scolded his sister, age 2 about something saying, “You can’t do that! You are JUST a girl!”, so the media or culture is that strong when it comes to gender roles.
    Like you, I tend to wear jeans, am attracted to men and to think more logically than perhaps most women do. Bottom line, some of us are more feminine or less feminine than others. Being tall or tomboy-ish does not mean that one is gay or straight.

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  • June 2, 2015 at 12:12pm

    I agree with Matt Walsh. I see so-called Christians in my family who vote Democrat which means you are NOT choosing LIFE since 99.9% of all Democrats support abortion at any time all demand. This goes against my Catholic sister-in-law’s faith yet she votes Democrat. My married straight cousin celebrates homosexuality and tranvestites. If God is consistent and true to His word, when these folks die I can’t help but think they are in for a rude awakening. How can any thinking person not believe that the devil exists when one sees ISIS’s blood lust and patterns repeating over history like trying to wipe out the Jews that you don’t see with other groups?

  • [1] March 20, 2015 at 2:04pm

    Good for Diaz that he lost so much weight and is trying to crowdsource his skin removal surgery but I have a few thoughts: First, if he has a job with health insurance benefits, he might be able to get his insurance company to acknowledge that he was morbidly obese and that the skin removal will be covered. I know someone who had gastric bypass followed by skin removal and insurance covered it. Second, Diaz may benefit from counseling. A lot of times when one becomes morbidly obese it is related to some kind of abuse in childhood. To avoid backsliding, which often happens, Diaz needs to deal with it and find peace.

  • [3] October 31, 2014 at 1:13pm

    Dangergirl, Are you familiar with Gary Stearman and Prophecy in the News? Check out their site and Youtube. PITN posits a compelling argument that aliens are actually fallen angels who have lost their grace after joining up with Satan. I think our culture keeps brainwashing us with the mantra of aliens being from some other planet. Why not from the dimension where God resides or if you prefer a secular explanation, why not from under the oceans. They say we know less about what is under the oceans than we do about space. I think humans are being set up for a great deception; to believe in man and some superior alien race so we don’t believe in Jesus’s return. Remember the Bible spoke of “chariots of fire”. Check out Enoch.

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  • [1] October 31, 2014 at 1:06pm

    I have my doubts about the veracity of this. Why does the camera man not come in close to show the pictures? Why does he say at the end when showing the posterboard that these were taken recently yet they almost all look like the film was on black and white film? In fact, film – who takes pictures with film nowadays? Who would attach some photos with scotch tape which degrades pictures?! He makes no mention of what the Quinonians’ culture is, why they come here, what their belief system is… Rather INCURIOUS for a scientist.

  • August 21, 2013 at 9:30pm

    All teachers are legally obligated to report to DYFUS (Div. of Youth & Family Services) any suspected child abuse. Can’t this be used to fire those teachers who condoned their pedophile colleague’s activities with this minor? I don’t see how these teachers litigating their firing will bankrupt the school district if they just use existing law.

  • April 7, 2013 at 2:59pm

    Bill O. is making the point that we need to win the argument on secular terms but he should have not used “Bible thumping” as it conveys a pejorative meaning. Aside from the government’s implications with conferring “Marriage”, there is the religious. How many gays have taken the step of “Power of Attorney”, etc. that the law currently affords them? Few. Why? Someone should ask this and why a minority should get to change the religious meaning of marriage for the majority. Ask since when does MAN change GOD’s commandments? Are gays prepared to accept the consequences for forcing ALL to break His commandments (i.e. to remove his blessings from us)? If you claim to believe in God then you are supposed to BELIEVE his commandments and that defying them will bring retribution. Or is it that gays don’t really believe in God’s commandments and simply want to move us toward a secular country under the ruse of “marriage equality”?

  • January 16, 2013 at 2:24pm

    The end of Anderson Cooper’s video above says it all. We, the masses are easily duped but surely a tenured professor at a public college should tow the party’s line and “know better”. The public does not TRUST the media anymore to not edit someone’s comments so this is why he declined.
    Why is the common denominator between The CO “Batman” killer and the Sandy Hook killer is that both were mentally troubled young men BOTH whose fathers were to testify about the LIBOR scandal – again something the media fails to cover.

  • January 16, 2013 at 1:20pm

    I agree. At first I too bought lock stock and barrel the massacre. However, I have seen videos of a S.H. survivor being interviewed and clearly in the background one sees a construction crew man in a yellow vest with a large stone as if he was building a wall. Would not the SWAT have secured the area? Also, an interview of a woman (crisis actor?) where she tells the interviewer that she received a text from her son and THEN from CBS news (twice). Why would CBS news have her cell phone number? With 911, we saw Rudy G. running to funerals. How come, we have yet to see politicians or families arriving for funerals? Probably some were killed. It needs to be investigated by REAL journalists just like Benghazi.

  • November 16, 2012 at 2:49pm

    So why is it OK for Obama to be divisive? Romney speaks the truth. What is with these “round-heeled” Republicans?! The Dems cheated and the GOP again rolls over instead of forcing the media to cover it like the did the Gore/Bush election. Brent Bozell reminded on Wilkow! that the GOP won and had prosperity when we ran the conservative, Reagan. We have not had true capitalism nor conservatism since Reagan. Romney was on record stating he’d clean of D.C. and get rid of Bernanke. THIS IS WHY he had to lose.

  • November 16, 2012 at 1:34pm

    I too felt sick that such a good, smart and accomplished man, Mitt Romney “lost” the election to such an evil, unaccomplished, over-rated punk, Obama. The Democrats cheated w/ sw and ballot stuffing (St. Lucie Co., FL). It pisses me off more when you have pundits saying what Romney did not do right. People who believe in fairness LIKED MR’s “self-deportation” of illegals. Advise to MR: Listen to Dennis Prager and Hugh Hewitt. Talk BIG IDEAS. Why one should choose Capitalism over Socialism. Do not waste $ on TV ads. W/dvrs no one watches commercials. Appear on FN shows, talk radio, use print ads & Internet. DO NOT TRUST moderate GOPers for advice. Do not accept the cheating that happened and caused you to lose. RUN AGAIN; Do not let the GOP RHINOS tell you you cannot run again.

  • November 11, 2012 at 3:10pm

    Why is no one talking about dubious voter turnouts that exceed 100%?! Even the USSR did not get that kind of voter turn outs. It sickens me to see even FoxNews being just a tad too anxious to accept the results. Fact Romney had huge crowds & Obama did not this time. The Left cheated as usual and what is REALLY SCARY is that henceforth, they will always win because they have figured out how to cheat (via programing and media complicity). How else do you explain Mormons voting more for McCain than Romney?! Because sw cannot determine a voter’s religion. Ergo, 130% voter turn out in Utah. DEMAND a uniform way to vote and election integrity reform. Diebold machines may be the most difficult to tamper. DEMAND it from your representatives!

  • September 26, 2012 at 2:57pm

    At first I felt proud that he, a Democrat no less, had the correct response to such anti-American and antisemitic rhetoric – to get up and walk off the stage. However, it is a bit less than courageous to say nothing. Why? Was he afraid of retribution by the jihadists on the stage or that his Democrat overlords would have a coniption if he did not tow the party line of being in lock step with the Muslims? Politicians are supposed to LEAD and he just ran away.

  • March 3, 2012 at 2:52pm

    Why does even right leaning media outlets discount this? Remember, Al Capone, a murderer, was brought down by something as innocuous as not paying his taxes. If the truth has no agenda, why not point out, if the facts seem to indicate so, that Obama’s SS# belonged to a former boarder of Michelle Obama’s parents and that his birth certificate seems to be a fake. It is not as if this will distract from the “serious” questions about Obama’s record that the MSM are supposed to but ARE NOT putting to him.