User Profile: mcsledge

mcsledge

Member Since: January 04, 2012

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  • [8] July 22, 2016 at 6:03pm

    Under this same argument one could state that shooting a police dog who attempts to attack a perpetrator before a warrant can be presented is justified grounds for self-defense.

    This is not a police state.

  • [7] July 22, 2016 at 6:00pm

    If you want to add fuel to the fire just justify shooting a family pet because of a warrant.

    Does this mean that one can shoot the authorities who barge into a home without a warrant under the rationale of self-defense?

    You can’t have it both ways.

  • [14] July 22, 2016 at 1:13pm

    Yes, there are many scams by corporations as well. But food stamps are real dollars taken from real tax payers.

    As for lobbying for food stamps, once they are on the government teat and you can bet they aren’t trying to let go.

    Yes, we spend hundreds of billions internationally where we may not need to.

    Yes, the federal government has grown exponentially and now tax payers have to pay for federal jobs (unconstitutional, non production, tax eating jobs).

    Yes, there is pork spending by most politicians to pander to their constituents.

    But if you are trying to tell us that those who are able and are on welfare and food stamps at the expense of the rest of us don’t lobby for that continued sustenance, you can sell that crap elsewhere. We aren’t buying it.

  • [16] July 22, 2016 at 1:02pm

    Facts to the AP or like facts to Hillary. They are what she wants them to be.

  • [4] July 22, 2016 at 1:01pm

    AP – bought and paid for by the Progressives.

  • [20] July 21, 2016 at 6:01pm

    It isn’t going to happen. Texas loves America and its founding, including the US Constitution, more than most states. While Trump may undue some of the damage caused by Obama, he sure as hell is not a Constitutionalist. Texans may not be happy with Cruz today, but they are far more likely to get rid of the establishment candidate Cornyn.

    Lest you forget, there are few actual Senators that stand up for the Constitution and Cruz is one of them. But then again, I shouldn’t expect too much intelligence from those who have whole hearted bought into Trumps story. By their fruits ye shall know them, NOT THEIR WORDS. And Trump has yet to prove himself.

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  • [1] July 21, 2016 at 2:08pm

    Paul made it clear that the effeminate will go to hell with the adulterers, fornicators and abusers of nature (1 Cor. 6:9). An effeminate is a man who shows characteristics/acts like a woman.

  • July 21, 2016 at 2:03pm

    Well said.

    “We are all equal in the eyes of the Lord. He doesn’t see man or woman. That means he doesn’t see trans,” Williams said.

    God is no respecter of persons means that we were all on equal footing in the beginning. No one was destined to fail and no one was destined to succeed. However, our agency allows us to become who we are and God will not save one in their sins from damnation. God blesses the obedient.

    To suppose that all are equal in God’s eyes regardless of their actions, attitudes, etc. is to defy that God expects man to become perfect. You better believe God identifies a difference in the faithful, repentant and obedient son or daughter of the godless, sinners.

    And how exactly does God interpret a spiritual son in a female physical body?

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  • [9] July 21, 2016 at 1:56pm

    So, who are you for…….and don’t give us someone who is not an option. Who are you for?

    You can whine, bitch and moan about who you do not want, but who are you for? Come election time, you vote FOR someone, not AGAINST someone.

    Are you now voting for the Independent candidate?

    Those who do not plan to vote should sit down and shut-up.

  • [-1] July 20, 2016 at 5:16pm

    Politician say a lot of things that worth less than a pile of dog crap on the sidewalk. Yes, let’s take this as fact and run with it…………………I want you to run the show and I will take credit for it. What dumb a$% is falling for this line.

  • [2] July 20, 2016 at 5:13pm

    Do the holes in the side of your head work. He is speaking, but I guess you just aren’t listenin. Its a good thing that we don’t have to count on the likes of you for anything in America.

  • July 20, 2016 at 2:32pm

    brigott –

    And republicans keep voting the same damn Senators and Congressmen/Congresswomen to office that vote on legislation that they do not read. And we wonder why we have a problem.

    You can thank the utterly incompetent and negligent American voter.

  • July 20, 2016 at 2:22pm

    bitterclinger

    If you are claiming to be an ‘R’ then you may be part of the problem. All but a few elected ‘Republicans’ have not betrayed the American voter. Yet, when the vote comes around again, you all keep voting for the same damn people.

    Whine all you want. The failure to elect a descent Congress with integrity and a back bone has been just as big a problem (if not more so).

  • [1] July 20, 2016 at 2:16pm

    amendii –

    When Hilary speaks, it is a lie 95% of the time. Are you siding with Hilary or are you going to quit whining and grow a back bone.

    I did not vote for Trump. I voted for Cruz. But, the people have spoken through the primary elections (this anarchist act at the Convention is pathetic). Trump is a moderate and he has gone back and forth on many issues. But he has not:

    Stolen from the White House
    Failed miserably as Secretary of State
    Betrayed the lives of Americans
    Lied to the families of those killed about why they were killed (her intention to cover up the gun trafficking and terrorist actions known well in advance)
    Profited from her position
    Released government secrets
    Bold face lied to Congress, the FBI and the American people
    Engaged in money laundering
    and the list goes on.

  • July 20, 2016 at 2:10pm

    SyracuseCoug –

    Have you given up already to Hilary? Good thing the country didn’t have to depend on you. Thank God our Founders had spines and weren’t cowards throwing tantrums when they didn’t get their way.

  • [1] July 20, 2016 at 1:57pm

    Have you lied or deceived your fellow man?

    Have taken that which did not belong to you?

    Have you intentionally meant to hurt someone?

    Have you envied that which you could not afford but another possessed?

    These are all moral principles that go along with fidelity to one’s spouse, avoidance of fornication, refraining from immoral and unnatural actions, Sabbath day observance, etc.

    If you have a problem with a Church denying the practice of homosexuality, then you obviously have a problem with that same Church emphasizing honesty, integrity, fidelity, etc. What hateful people to expect one to be honest and not lie. What bigots to expect one to be committed to one’s spouse and family. If you don’t have a problem with these other areas then you are the ultimate hypocrite.

  • [19] July 19, 2016 at 1:25pm

    Blink – you can support perversions. That is your right. But I don’t have to support them…..and sticking body parts were body parts were not intended is a perversion!

    Do you have a problem with incest? How about beasteality? If so, you are the ultimate hypocrite, because you accept one man’s perversion while disagreeing with another man’s perversion.

    Religion supports natural relations, not perversions. Religion supports procreation and the continuation of life. Homosexuality does neither.

    You have the right to believe as you will. But the simple fact of the matter is that if your parents had engaged in such perversions there would be NO Blink…… and that is a NATURAL & RELIGIOUS FACT that cannot be denied.

  • [49] July 19, 2016 at 1:14pm

    I’ll bet that this was one of the many who protested for $15/hour as though they were worth it. This individual’s customer service (most likely in other situations as well) doesn’t deserve them a damn dime.

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  • [19] July 19, 2016 at 1:04pm

    blinknight –

    The courts do not support original intent. They themselves have established a state religion of godless secularism. They have broken their oaths of office and have proven enemies to original intent.

    Congress shall not establish a state religion. This says nothing about my local school superintendent or principal. CONGRESS! There were still State sponsored religions after the US Constitution was ratified (limitations put on the federal government). There was to be NO Church of America like the Church of England.

    As for ‘the free exercise thereof’, there was no intent for the courts, legislators or the administration to limit the free exercise of religion.

    Jefferson never wrote the Bill of Rights. Jefferson never RATIFIED the Bill of Rights. His words have no bearing (although they have been misinterpreted) on original intent.

  • [23] July 19, 2016 at 12:54pm

    Where in the Constitution does it state that you are free from hearing another’s beliefs, that you are free from differences of opinion or that you are free from opposition. IT DOES NOT.

    Tolerance is a funny thing and so few in life possess it.

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