User Profile: Margyt

Margyt

Member Since: June 13, 2011

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  • September 26, 2014 at 2:51pm

    What kind of adults will we generate with this kind of constraint?

  • [2] September 26, 2014 at 2:47pm

    They are pretty desperate to need to challenge something as innocuous as this. They have so successfully eradicated overt Christian messages that they have to go to the tangential. I think it is time for a mass wearing of “Jesus is Lord” T-shirts in every school across the country. That will keep FFRF happy for a while.

  • September 26, 2014 at 2:30pm

    The only way this would be anything for us to judge is if she had done it while publicly declaring her faith and had been photographed for porn use for profit.

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  • September 23, 2014 at 12:39pm

    Don’t miss the point that there are pay differences. They are just explainable. The real issue is that many children are abandoned by their fathers and women are left to carry the whole weight alone. Child care costs and other issues eat into their income and the end result is families in poverty while single men just have the freedom to earn and spend without constraint. That is not the same issue as the one presented here but it definitely contributes to the situation.

  • [7] September 23, 2014 at 12:25pm

    They all knew what she was getting into when she signed up. Just like Bristol Palin, she will come out the other end with her reputation intact. Christians aren’t prudes. Grandpa Robertson was very frank in describing the body parts he enjoys when he got in trouble for bashing homosexuality. We aren’t condemning him for that. God made sex and made us sexual. He just doesn’t want us getting into situations where inappropriate sexual contact is fostered. I personally think DWTS gets close to the line at times but I have never felt uncomfortable watching it and I am close to a Christian prude.

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  • [5] September 15, 2014 at 4:01pm

    Having declared themselves advocates of Jihadist Islam, they are enemies to all that is good and right. If we are taking them out overseas, we should also take them out over here. Free speech for sure but if they were carrying signs that say “We are bank robbers”, I think there would be consequences. We have to stop condoning this.

  • [1] September 12, 2014 at 10:48am

    Islam is a religion and a political movement. We do not need to be at war with Islam, though. We need to be at war with the political arm of Islam. When Christians in the US exercised their political clout, they were responded to in kind. A war of words and a war of ballots ensued. Christianity lost. We need to do the same “in kind” response to Islam.

  • [21] September 8, 2014 at 4:32pm

    It will take a strong leader to thread the needle this guy is trying to thread. He is right on the basic premise but usually the result of speaking it is moral ambiguity. I don’t think the coarse language helps anyone and it does degrade the message. No God-loving body of believers now or ever would cast out sinners whether they are homosexual, drunks, thieves or whatever unless they were actively drawing proselytes to themselves. That is not new. We are all sinners, so we’d be in a world of hurt if we rejected sinners from our fellowship.

  • September 8, 2014 at 4:16pm

    If I were Gaylor, I’d be appalled at my own intellectual dishonesty.

  • [1] September 8, 2014 at 4:15pm

    It is not exactly lies. The Bible does contain the very strict moral code that includes capital punishment for things we don’t execute people for today. It also contains the life of Christ and the doctrine of grace. I guess the atheists are more interested in punishment than grace. Not the choice I’d make.

  • [3] September 8, 2014 at 4:09pm

    Funny how those Bibles jump out the bedside table drawers and attack and offend hotel patrons. Funny, too how a book whose main tenets includes “thou shalt not kill” becomes a manual for murder. Funny how we condone capital punishment in our laws but don’t allow it for ancient Jews. Funny how we can’t get moral clarity about ISIS but have absolute clarity about the morality of the Torah. Anyone with a brain and the ability to read can see through this nonsense easily but not Penn State. Any wonder they have had the troubles they have had the past few years?

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  • [1] September 6, 2014 at 1:59pm

    So now she justifies abortion and becomes an activist to assuage her guilt? The ectopic pregnancy truly would have endangered her life with no chance for the baby. The other one could have been carried and I am sure that is where the guilt comes from. Unfortunately embracing murder for any reason doesn’t work. The conscience knows better.

  • September 5, 2014 at 12:53pm

    Drone it. Advertise that you are a bad guy, face the music.

  • [1] August 16, 2014 at 5:22pm

    Thank God that BO stepped in to save the day. Oh wait, never mind. It is called “magical thinking”.

  • August 16, 2014 at 5:15pm

    Call me stupid, but I don’t see how a simple veto is an abuse of power. It is the power given to the governor. BO, on the other hand…. Ironic and typical that the dems who scream when we criticize BO for making laws out of thin air would go against a governor for what looks to me like doing his job the way the law provides.

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  • [2] August 14, 2014 at 12:53am

    Matt makes his living with his blog. He is a professional commentator. You don’t have to agree with him but he does have a right to speak. He was not trying to capitalize on a bad situation, he was, like Robin Williams, reacting to what he was seeing. I sincerely doubt that Robin Williams would want Matt silenced any more than he wanted people to silence him.

  • August 14, 2014 at 12:08am

    It is amazing how many people are “identifying” with Robin Williams when there is not one of us who can really know what was going on in his mind. He was a profoundly caring man, highly intelligent and genius in his ability to observe human life and translate it to comedy. I suspect it was his genius and his intelligence that got in his way most where personal happiness was concerned. He was battling depression, not giving in to it and somehow it got the best of him. I doubt that he would want us to think of him as without choice because that is weak. He was definitely not a weak man in the totality of his life. That can be seen by observing how he conducted himself.

  • August 10, 2014 at 8:14pm

    At this point, I’m ok with letting Iraq become a religious sect driven killing field as long as it isn’t terrorists who are doing the killing. Terrorists need to be plucked off as rapidly as possible by anyone who is willing to do it. If they were gone, I doubt if there would be any real appetite for killing.

  • [6] August 10, 2014 at 8:10pm

    Four whole people evacuated. One child. Is that all they are able to handle? Reports would have us think there are thousands needing help. How generous of Turkey. And what a great moral equivalency they have made. I do so remember the stories of Jews in Germany (and then in other countries) carrying out sniper attacks against a peaceful German government. I clearly remember that all of Hitler’s speeches were about the new era of peace he wanted to foster after his country lost WWI and understood the error of their ways. I’m quite certain Germany entered Poland for humanitarian reasons. Noble Turkey! May they fall with Hamas!

  • [10] August 10, 2014 at 8:02pm

    Found them, kill them. Done. Move on to the next ones. Time for games is over.

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