User Profile: milez5


Member Since: July 04, 2011

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  • April 18, 2014 at 10:19pm

    Well hope springs eternal that a reasonable Republican will be elected in 2016, but frankly the demographic change in the nation over the past 45 years plus the change in attitude from rugged individualism to an embrace of the nanny state by so many Americans would sure make me loath to bet on it.

  • April 17, 2014 at 10:28pm

    It is interesting that he says that God never called anyone to violence. Didn’t God order Abraham to take Israel by force from the Canaanite’s? He also forgets the line in the bible, “do not tempt the lord thy God.” I have always taken that to mean that in addition to not jumping off a ten story building with the expectation that God will save you, you should also not lean back, do nothing and expect God to do it all.

  • April 11, 2014 at 3:09am

    It is so hard to know. Much of the bible was written years even decades if not centuries after Jesus died.There are those who believe that if Jesus did have a wife it would disrupt the natural patriarchy of the church. I do not profess to know whether or not he had a wife but it would be interesting to find out for certain one way or another.

  • April 10, 2014 at 3:12am

    I am kind of torn on this one. I respect their rights, but there have been episodes of violence, even murder committed by blacks over a confederate flag on a car or truck.No mention was made regarding the racial makeup of the school, but if there are many blacks the flag could be seen as provocative. I do realize that the confederate flag was the battle flag that many good men died under, but the changes that we’ve made in this country over the past 50 years have made the flag problematic. I would not disagree that an honest discussion about the wisdom of the changes that we’ve made over the past 50 years might be in order, but until then the flag will be a problem.

  • April 10, 2014 at 12:32am

    Gun rights have been under attack at least since the gun control act of 1968 when, among other things the US government decided to require, among other things, that people who sell guns for living must have a licence from the federal government just to do it. If the founders had wanted to impose such a licence they could have, but to impose a licence requirement on those who sell guns could limit the rights of those who buy them. It’s hard to buy if government can deny the right to sell.

  • April 7, 2014 at 10:36pm

    Why would any self respecting mobster let this guy into his house let alone share any valuable information with him?

  • April 7, 2014 at 3:20am

    Like all government agents those who work for government schools consider themselves to be not your servants but your rulers. To their way of thinking it is big them and little, little, little you.

  • April 7, 2014 at 2:35am

    Don’t we need to respect her culture? After all, she may have more than just a middle eastern look, she may also have a different cultural paradigm. After all, in her culture it may be normal to fondle a man while cutting the head off of a chicken, but only while dressed in a sexy outfit.

  • April 7, 2014 at 2:22am

    How many people are there, who are not fanatical fans of the Texans, that could pick Foster out of a line up? So what though really. Some guy lied to a girl in a bar probably hoping to take her home that night. Why isn’t this on sixty minutes? lol

  • April 7, 2014 at 2:17am

    Cockfighting has been around for hundreds of years and is still popular in many countries. In fact I am amazed that it is not embraced here in the name of “diversity.” Regardless of that, the man spoke to a group of American citizens who are not in prison, but rather who are free people. The very idea that that could possibly be wrong is just beyond the pale.

  • April 1, 2014 at 3:15am

    It is not for me to say if the chalice was really the cup used by Jesus. I just wonder how anyone could ever prove it. To me that would be like walking into a thrift store and picking out a glass that your pawn brokers nephew drank from on a visit to your grandmothers house 50 years ago. It just seems an impossible task to ever prove that one particular cup was ever used by Jesus Christ.

  • March 29, 2014 at 11:55pm

    well it doesn’t matter since the GOP is unlikely to elect another president anyway, demography is destiny. However, the fact that they would even consider a dangerous neoconservative like Jeb Bush is proof enough that they don’t deserve to either.

  • March 29, 2014 at 3:17am

    She is making the error of believing that the left and right are equal in this country. Were that true then yes, if you advocate government oppression today then the government that’s in power tomorrow could oppress you. The left control the white house, US Senate and Supreme Court. The big question is whether or not we have passed the tipping point where that has become a permanent condition? The elections of 2014 and 2016 will decide. Right now the GOP thinks it will win the Senate in 2014 and the white house in 2016 but what if they don’t even in the face of total failure from Obamacare and a lackluster economy? After all, the groups that are growing fastest in this country—mostly Hispanics from Mexico and elsewhere—vote 70 plus percent Democrat. Have we passed the tipping point where the Democratic party has become the Permanent majority? 2014 and 2016 will tell the tale.

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  • March 29, 2014 at 3:05am

    Well in this case WTF is that this was a racial attack by a black kid on a white kid. the black kid has been charged with simple battery as a juvenile which means no serious jail time and probably no punishment at all from the school. Smells like near total impunity to me and the black thug figured on that going in just as he figured that no one would step up to help the smaller white kid.

  • March 28, 2014 at 3:26am

    This is proof that they have no principals. They made the change because they thought it would make them hip and progressive and perhaps it might even generate donations from sources that would never have given before. Then there is a backlash and right away, oh no it was all a mistake. This organization is an unprincipled disgrace.

  • March 28, 2014 at 3:11am

    They may not ignore it. There are a large group of leftists who are constantly spring loaded to the pissed off position whenever a white man seems to cross the line racially. In fact many of these groups earn a very nice living by finding a –white—racist behind every tree. In that context the alleged “victims” and whether or not they are part of a protected class—what an outrage in a supposedly free and equal country–is really beside the point. After all the members of these grievance groups do what they do for their own enrichment anyway.

  • March 28, 2014 at 3:02am

    One thing I can’t understand in these cases is why isn’t the cop fired? I mean if it is obvious that the cop, with malice and forethought violated this young man’s civil rights should he not be fired? And as far as that goes, should he not be charged, federally with violating the young mans civil rights? It’s has always seemed to me that firing the guilty cop and perhaps jailing him if appropriate would work better than a lawsuit which is just a rape of the taxpayer. The cop couldn’t care less about that because nothing comes out of his pocket.

  • March 26, 2014 at 3:04am

    One may indeed be born gay and I have no problem accepting that religion is a lifestyle choice. But here is my issue. The bible refers to homosexual behavior as an abomination—a term that is rarely used in the bible. If one accepts that that his been the bibles teaching from the founding of the Christian faith until now, well then how can one say they are Christian and practice Christianity? I do understand that this is a free country where I could say I am a meat eating vegan, a Nazi/Zionist or a free market/socialist if I choose, but there are some things such as the examples that I just gave that you can not claim and still retain any intellectual honesty.

  • March 26, 2014 at 12:29am

    Well that’s the People’s Republic of Massachusetts for you. This illustrates what total belief in absolute power for the state is really like.

  • March 25, 2014 at 3:01am

    I find these types of stories amusing. All they prove is the self-evident, that being that white people have screwed themselves in the past 50 years and don’t have the guts to even try to change it.That is true in the US as well as Western Europe and Canada. No one on earth believes in multiculturalism except white, western leftists. But somehow we seem to think that if we point out the fact that most so-called hate crimes are a hoax or for that matter that white on black crime is almost nonexistent whereas black on white crime is almost endemic we think that blacks and other nonwhites will do what? Feel guilty and repent? No the biggest problem white people have is with ourselves. If we want to survive we had better drop the racial paternalism and wake the hell up.

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