User Profile: Merrymix


Member Since: June 23, 2011


  • April 7, 2016 at 1:55pm

    It’s really a FAR REACH to hear this story, watch the video which doesn’t support the story, and then apply to the whole thing a motive concerning someone’s “hatred” of women. Who’s fooling who????? This girl probably got her arm bruised the day before (bruises don’t show up right away unless there’s huge trauma) and thought it would be a good ruse to gain publicity and get her name out there to claim she got injured by a Trump associate. The video is clear and it shows that the story is fabricated. She never even lost her balance much less nearly fell to the floor. What kind of people would be supporting this nonsense? She should have never been that close to the candidate — especially with a pen/pencil in her hand. What if it was a poisoned stilletto?
    If this girl doesn’t know how to behave properly in that setting, she needs to be limited to reporting from her desk position.

  • March 16, 2016 at 9:55pm

    Whatashbuddyfriend, your point is well made. Someone filling in for Rush on radio told a story about Cruz getting him to do a presentation before the Senate for some issue he was involved in. He came prepared with a lot of hours behind him. NO ONE SHOWED UP!! That’s the resentment against Cruz in the Senate. Trump was right — he is very much disliked. So with him, we’re just going to have 4 more years of nothing going on but arguments and failure to accomplish anything that matters. I think Cruz is a good person and he speaks to my values. However, as conservative as I am, there is something about him that is smug and unlikeable. For those who are independent, he most likely won’t get their vote and Hillary will win.

  • February 5, 2016 at 5:43am

    The DIFFERENCE, Ms. Voss, is that we elected someone who did not love our country as opposed to someone who truly does love our country and wants it to be as good as it was when Americans were happy and content. We elected someone who never had a job. Aren’t we all community “organizers”? Looking at Trump, I can’t think of ANYONE who could come forward that is better suited to getting something done for this country than a successful entrepreneur who has dealt with all the dragons in the real estate world and “trumped” them.

  • [3] December 27, 2015 at 2:14am

    If it’s the birthday of Christ that you are celebrating, it should stay up through the 12 days of Christmas which BEGIN on Christmas Day. Actually, the Presentation in the Temple occurs on February 2 and that is the time when the Mother of God presented God to God — the Son to the Father. Many choose to celebrate through that day. Can you imagine the sentiments that His mother must have felt at that moment? It’s a subject for deep meditation and reflexion.

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  • December 27, 2015 at 2:03am

    Congratulations, Bristol, on this lovely child born on the eve of Our Dear Lord’s birthday. May she always be a grace to you and your family. Pay no attention to those without love in their hearts who comment here with negative words and hateful slurs. They only show the misery in their souls.

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  • [1] December 27, 2015 at 1:55am

    What disgusting comments! Does it make you feel proud to call yourself “christian” and someone else a “whore”? Do you realize that this in itself is a sin — that of detraction? Would you feel better if the baby had been murdered through abortion for the sake of the mother not wanting the humiliation and discomfort of her situation in front of people as judgmental as you are? Neither of us knows Bristol’s story except that she was in an extremely uncomfortable situation and she made the most of it by giving life to this child. Praise God!

  • [1] December 6, 2015 at 2:04am

    AND if a registered car owner with a legal license to drive decides to wipe out a large group of people standing in a crowd, how did his registration make a difference to those who died or to their families?

  • [3] November 1, 2015 at 2:00pm

    In my Catholic highschool in the 60′s, we wouldn’t have been allowed in the front door wearing a skirt of that length.
    But times have changed, and along with the missing nuns who kept us on the straight and narrow, skirt lengths are shorter. So is respect for rules and authority. Along with that, now we have free sex, drugs, public nudity, children on antidepressants, more suicides, and misery all over the world. Pity the poor child who thinks he or she is the center of the universe and no rules shall dominate their lives. Until we put love of Christ back into public life, there can be no end to the upheaval in society.

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  • [1] October 27, 2015 at 12:30am

    And just what is so implausible about carrying your own child to term no matter how it got there?
    The child is not a rapist — the innocent baby is the child of the mother. Who wants to kill their own
    flesh? No one ever brings that fact to light in the discussion of abortion. It is as if a woman is being
    encouraged to destroy foreign matter. But this child is a beautiful replica of her own self with all the
    traits of her ancestors present from conception.

  • [3] October 18, 2015 at 12:44am

    You are SO completely correct!!. Until the Rights of Christ The King are respected, honored, and loved, there cannot be goodness, peace, or true happiness on this earth. Today, every evil is presented to our youth and there is no virtue inspired. Pornography is enslavement. Drugs are enslavement. Free sex without marriage is anything but free. Hatred for God abounds. It is only Christ Who can conquer the evil on this earth, dispel the level of insanity we now live under and bring back the light to this darkened world.

  • September 13, 2015 at 5:13am

    Look up the apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary to two children in LaSalette, France in the 1800′s. She foretold this phenomen saying that good people would die and appear to return to life but it would be demons that would inhabit their body. This would be apparently for the reason to bring back a message that, at death, we all go to Heaven quickly and lo and behold, all the people we knew are already there too.

  • [5] September 9, 2015 at 4:11am

    KENTUCY PROUD!! listen to the honks!!

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  • [4] August 7, 2015 at 4:23am

    Trump is making a huge mistake by not boldly bringing out the fact that he is the ONLY candidate who cannot
    be influenced by donors. All of the others are collecting corruption money but HE WILL NOT BE INFLUENCED OR CONTROLLED BY ANYONE. That’s what is driving the Left as well as the Republicans crazy! How are they going to “guide” this guy as President to aid in the destruction of our country?????? I hope he uses a lot of the talent on the stage tonight as his cabinet members.

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  • [4] November 3, 2014 at 2:31am

    Luther MADE himself right about works when he took the 7 books out of the Bible.
    In the Book of James, “Faith without works is USELESS.” Check it out.

  • [6] November 3, 2014 at 2:24am

    Maybe you forgot that it was GOD Who gave to His priests the power to forgive sins and GOD Who taught us in the Scriptures that this was the way HE wanted us to be forgiven. And He said to Peter “Whose sins you shall forgive, they are forgiven in Heaven. And whose sins you shall retain, they are retained in Heaven.” Were it not for the Sacrament of Confession, we would not know with certainty that our sins have been properly confessed and forgiven. Confession is a great relief — not a burden on us. When Confession was frequent among the faithful, Psychiatrists often used to say it was the reason they saw very few devout Catholics. Today sin rules the world and wouldn’t you agree that the world is full of insanity?

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  • [6] November 3, 2014 at 2:19am

    If we can ask our friends to pray for us, why wouldn’t we ask God’s friends to pray to Him for us? Who would He be more likely to listen to — our weak and sinful friends on this earth who many times offend Him or those who have overcome their frail and tainted nature, made amends for their sins, and now live a perfect life close to Him in heaven?

  • [2] October 30, 2014 at 1:00am

    Hospice was started by the Hemlock Society. Check it out. Morphine is used to kill people under the guise of “keeping them comfortable.” Years ago I had Morphine after surgery.
    I was never so scared in my life. Morphine paralyzes your chest muscles so that you can’t breathe but you know you want to and have to and you know you can’t but you are so wiped out from the Morphine that you can’t stay awake. I couldn’t reach a button for the nurse, no one came to check on me during the night and my lungs were filling up with crud . It was like slowly drowning and it was terrifying. During the night — around 2 a.m., a friend came by who was on her way home from work. She helped me sit up and got a nurse in who helped me expel the junk in my throat and chest as well. She stayed the entire night with me. I’ll never forget how thankful I felt for this compassionate friend. Don’t let anyone ever tell you that Morphine is a lovely death. Outside you are sleeping; inside you are petrified and you’re definitely not unconscious.

  • [9] October 30, 2014 at 12:40am

    Pain and misery is nothing compared to the suffering of making your last act on this earth a mortal sin.

  • [10] October 26, 2014 at 10:01pm

    That is exactly the plan. He’s being put up to run in order to keep more effective candidates from getting in. Nothing is happening by coincidence. The powers that be are running scared when they see the likes of Rand Paul and Dr. Ben Carson. Most likely, they haven’t been able to dig up any scandal on either of them that would kill their opportunity to win, so they are trotting out someone they can push who will kill it for them by diluting the vote.

  • June 12, 2014 at 3:06am

    By the late 1950′s certain methods of “sensitivity training” were being used to change the thinking of the clergy on moral issues. I’m not surprised that this archbishop was confused. The seminaries were emptied, convents turned on their ear, priests left their vocations, and some who remained lost their way.

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