User Profile: Mike Westfall No Hiding

Mike Westfall No Hiding

Member Since: March 02, 2011


  • [8] May 3, 2015 at 8:17am

    I don’t GAF

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  • [7] April 26, 2015 at 6:53am

    We dont blame. We have the desire to see our country be better by INDIVIDUAL rather than collective action. Shame for actions adverse to others is a powerful tool. No one likes to be wrong and thsts why its effective. A tool used for a very long time by the collectivists… we’re just pointing it back your direction. I’ll pray for you!

  • April 23, 2015 at 2:55pm

    I said a prayer of thanks for all the trees that were recently cut down to make firewood upcoming trip in 2 weeks with 100 of my closest friends. Will also be taking divots out of the Earth and eating lots of environmentally unsustainable food (farm raised meat) on said trip too! Will say a few more prayers of thanks in the upcoming days too!

  • [19] June 19, 2014 at 9:18am

    Anabasis you really are posting a good troll. So good that I must reply like a mosquito to a zapper light.

    Family not government takes care of children.

    A dog betters my family (companionship & security as the 2 primary) so I go to lengths to take care. The government requires a license, a fence / enclosure, etc. which only gets in the way of my quiet enjoyment.

    The little child at the border however, is lured there by the government for the benefit of the politicians encouraging this behavior with the promise of free handouts. The government then confisicates and missappropriates funding at the expense of my family. Hence, I’m very wary of that scenario.

    I’m 100% for legal, civil and self reliant immigration.

    Im sure you also support pro-choice. If you don’t that’s OK but many others who share your thoughts do. If that’s the case, let’s stope the holocaust of millions of innocents “terminated” every year first. I then will be willing to “compromise” on border issues such as you mention…

  • April 28, 2014 at 12:57pm

    If you’ve ever been the victim of a chigger attack (mites) you would think twice…

    I may never cross a cheetah (unless its a democrat voting) in my life…

  • March 24, 2014 at 3:07am

    Unlike the gator or the bear Im sure the goat wins! No pieces left for a refund once its done masticating.

  • March 23, 2014 at 8:53pm

    What a concept… Unfortunately abortions are common and not newsworthy at 1 million plus per year. Setting a dog on fire like this is very rare and strikes most people who are numb to 3000 babies killed each day as comparatively abhorrent. Sad but true.

  • March 23, 2014 at 8:49pm

    Bgerald thank you for your comments. I agree. Alot of serial kills begin with harming animals. Your point about those that harm animals can translate to harming humans is valid. I dont think that is what others and certainly myself are saying. We are wary of those who put animals to be equal as persons. In the garden, God offered all the animals for him to choose one to be a companion and was told no as none was worthy. Hence God took a rib from Adam and created Eve while he rested. Its clear how the order goes. I take care of animals to protect honor and love the purposes they serve.

  • March 23, 2014 at 6:19pm

    Atlantis I love your reply! LMFAO!! First id never claim to be evolved.. hehe! Second I can agree animals and humans are God’s creation’s but humans were created in his image… not animals hence dominion! Christ died for our sins but the calf died for his leather sandals and was food at his last supper. Get your logic and facts straight before you come after “unevolved” people like me. I take your comments as a compliment!

  • [-1] March 23, 2014 at 3:01pm

    Ranger agree 100%. However here is an extreme. Keeping the animal alive in extreme pain for our “feelings”, mostly for those who are armchair quarterbacks. Its just like hunting an animal for kill sport and not for food and/or clothing. This situation does not seem consistent in the middle.

  • March 23, 2014 at 2:26pm


    In Genesis, God gives us the animals on the land in the air and the sea and told us to name them as we saw fit. He also gave us dominion over them too. We did not create dogs, he gave them to us for our benefit (security, work, etc.). Mistreatment/abuse of his gift is profligate behavior.

    PETA and ASPCA are misguided organizations because they put humans equal or lower than animals which is inconsistent with God’s instruction of dominion.

    If the dog is only being kept alive to make people feel better how is the animal being put to work for our benefit?

    Way more to blog here re abortion, euthanasia etc but will leave that alone for now.

  • [1] November 29, 2013 at 12:12pm

    unglued, I could show you more stupid. Try watching AFV sometimes….

    Lamar, it seems for you only that America is racist… but I fail to hear that what Sharkeisha did was wrong. Bulletin, there are racists in America… but how did that affect Sharkeisha into attacking the other girl?

    To me, Americans have a common identify:
    - personal liberty (freedom from a tyrannical government)
    - belief in the goodness of their neighbors
    - belief that all men (incl women) are created equal

    When someone like Sharkeisha acts violently, illegally and ignorantly, its OK and its RIGHT to condemn that behavior and put faith in a legal system to protect the rights of the young women she attacked so others may not share the same fate…

  • August 29, 2013 at 12:36pm

    OK this is really an admission of defeat for the darwinists, anthropologists, etc. Once again, the missing link cannot be proved, primoridal soup cannot be proved so they will copout and say life came from outer space. Dodging the question of how life started there… Bunch of elistist backward thinkers in reverse… would that be forward thinking?

  • June 26, 2013 at 4:21pm

    As a second amendment supporter, I believe it is imperative to investigate, prosecute and sentence all gun crime to its fullest extent. I also believe in the right to a thorough and vigorous defense before a jury of one’s peers and the concept of innocent until proven giulty. Unlike most progs and dems, I can accept that not everything will be perfect here. Either a bad guy gets away with murder or a innocent guy gets tried in the media. Even in the case that a bad guy goes away for murder, I still am saddened and frustrated with the concept that someone couldn’t respect their rights and responsibilities under the 2nd amendment and put the burden on other “bitter clingers” like me. Prayers for Odin Lloyd and his family.

  • June 24, 2013 at 8:43am

    Did the criminal shot have an Iced Tea and a box of skittles?

  • June 21, 2013 at 10:30am

    Funjumper, you may know this but many dont. There is no constituional right to vote. The 19th amendment only stipulates that voter rights cannot be denied on the basis of sex. The constituional is silent on this matter. Why the supreme court / congress / the executive branch (via the DOJ) believes it can tell states who can and can’t vote is beyond me. The reason the states generally only allowed landowners (generally men) to vote initially is that taxes had to be apportioned (the reason for a census) and assessed on assets like land. Therefore only those who paid taxes got to vote. “Democracy is like two wolves and one sheep voting whats for dinner…” The whole game changed with the 16h amendment to the Constitution in additon to the 17th amemdment. Obamacare would not have passed (based on R state control of legislatures) had the 17th not been in place.

    My point, please be careful with the concept of “voter rights”. Progs always manipulate and obfuscate the meaning of words. Another example, why do you think Welfare is used to decribe entitlements, its a farce to prove legitimacy under the general welfare clause.

  • February 12, 2013 at 9:31pm

    The 2nd Amendment is exactly that, an amendment. In the Constitution it outlines the parameters for raising a militia to defend America’s borders. The 2nd Amendment acknowledges that with the statement of “a well regulated militia being necessary for the security of a free state” The comma after is very appropriate. It clarifies the government needing a well regulated militia AND THEN clearly states the “right of the citizens to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed” There is nothing about the right of the people being confused with a well regulated militia. Get over it you liberal gun grabbers. You are bending the truth and the English language one more time to suit your liberal agenda.

  • December 30, 2012 at 9:02am


    Im not afraid of the progressives coming for me nor do I think many on this site are either. Why? We stand for truth with open minds. The truth rooted in natural law destabilizes progressives all the time. Im not sure how my post was racist and bigoted. Please let me know.

    Still waiting for an answer if the 1million plus babies aborted each year are strong enough to protect them from infanticide. Your use of the term “gamete fusion” could imply a perceived difference between the born and the unborn. Not sure.

    Here’s another concept. Evolution vs. Creationism. Not entirely sure one way or the other. What I can gather is that Creation believes humans were created in God’s image. Evolution is a continual process of improvement and refinement from primordial soup. Inferring that at any time, some life forms are more evolved than others. Application of evolution makes an easy leap to Eugenics, Abortion and ethnic cleansing. What theory is fundamentally more racist?

    You really seem to be stuck on the mentally ill. Agree that putting people on lists and rounding them up leads to terrible consequences real fast. What is your solution other than just bashing people on a website? Calling me and others names to situate yourself as superior won’t solve anything. For me, family and friends seems to be a good start.

  • December 29, 2012 at 9:55pm


    Funny you should point out how people attack the weakest people in our society. What about the 1million plus babies in that are aborted in America every year who cannot defend themselves from infanticide? Are they strong enough to protect themselves? I’d love to hear your response… Do you wish your mom aborted you? Then why would you tolerate that for someone else. I have read articles where authors actually have proposed that in abstract so I could believe it if you said so.

    We don’t attack the weakest members of society. We are protecting ourselves against the harm they cause to us and others through theft, vandalism and crimes against others. That is why these people have mug shots. Get it?

    It’s my explicit job to feed, house and cloth my family. To any other is charity which I do give considerable amounts of my time and energy toward. The reason why charity works is that my giving is received and the receiver generally feels compelled to return the favor. Passing it through mandated government appropriation (taxes) takes that away and we then arrive at entitlements. Those receiving don’t have the personal connection to the givers and therefore don’t feel the need to repay it to others.

  • August 15, 2012 at 3:10pm

    is this man also the same archetype that is athiest that believes in a purely secular government? BTW, i don’t ever recall the widespread calls from evangelical christians to have a central government based upon laws and remedies not founded upon natural law and the ten commandments.

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