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MSBrewer

Member Since: September 19, 2011

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  • February 5, 2013 at 9:42pm

    @SENDTHEMETEORS

    Someday either you, or your children, or their children will cry out from your chains. It won’t be a government force that relieves your suffering but instead it will likely be a southern, white, middle aged male who understood, through the traditions of his family and the history of this once great nation, where all of this was heading. Sure there will be other races of people involved, but it seems the ‘brown’people, as you put it, are falling for the lies of progressivism. The mean to rule over you, not rule for you.

    Crack open a historical work, you son do not understand history.

    (I use son not because you may or may not be younger than me, I use it because you have a child’s mind.)

  • January 29, 2013 at 8:39pm

    Sendthemeteors,

    Do you seriously lack even a minutia of ability at reading within context?

    He was describing the Democrat leadership. Was it Gore himself? Perhaps, but I disagree with blaming just the leadership of the party. I think it is individuals acting alone to disrupt the electoral process. Many of the ‘judges’ and counters of ballots lean democratic or are outright progressives and as such they have no moral code other than “whatever serves me best.” They fail to realize others deciding what serves them best is exactly what they are gonna get but that is for another time perhaps.

    Stop misquoting and placing meaning where it wasn’t implied. It makes your argument weak, and you appear less than intelligent.

  • January 28, 2013 at 8:58pm

    Absurd? Tell me why the term is absurd. Isn’t that exactly what they do, a civilian form of triage?

    “Sorry, Mrs Thomas. The years remaining of your life expectancy have determined that the limit on expenditure falls well below what it would cost us to provide the life-saving procedure. Thank you. Long live the State!” exit stage left.

  • January 28, 2013 at 8:55pm

    I, for one, think this is great news. It seems to be telling that perhaps we are not the morally corrupt nation many of us think we are. Who wants to be responsible for the death of thousands over a 6 year period? I hope we can get rid of it after 2014 though I doubt it. It will become entrenched like SS and Medicare, but much faster than either of those programs did. This will be untouchable politically after 2014.

    Though when we finally have no one to lend us money I suppose it will die then the fight for what kind of nation emerges begins.

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  • January 10, 2013 at 2:00pm

    You do of course realize the hymnals of traditional churches was music common at the time. Much of the music was borrowed from the common music in taverns. The music of the time of David is what he used to praise the Lord. It isn’t the style of music that is important it is the purpose of the music. If the purpose is to praise the Lord then it is praising the Lord.

    I would use scripture to back me up but you seem to not care what scripture says only what you can make it say.

  • December 10, 2012 at 10:14pm

    I wholeheartedly agree with you and I am also not an old man. I do hope we change this, I truly believe that a return to the constitution and individual rights with a limited government would start a new rise in the US and we can continue the lifting up of all in poverty as we did through the late 1900s.

  • November 22, 2012 at 11:40am

    So the business owners get together and just don’t accept city contracts. Problem solved.

  • November 18, 2012 at 12:17pm

    They know how to play our media like a fiddle. Propose peace while on the attack, then when Israel declines it they act outraged.

  • November 17, 2012 at 10:50am

    Sheep, The Iraqi people as a majority rejoiced at our presence. It was a very tiny minority of Iraqis and a large number of foreigners who were fighting in Iraq, though how would you know. You were sitting at home probably sucking down twinkies and mountain dew in your mothers basement reading your conspiracy theory websites, while better men than yourself freed a people they could have justifiably cared nothing for.

    Agree or disagree with the pretext for the war. The US military is still full of people, and I know guys who put their lives on the line and gave up their own possessions to the children in Iraq, by day. And protected them from those wishing to do them harm in the name of their religion, for simply talking with us.

  • November 16, 2012 at 8:54pm

    Can I just pretend to say something important while you guys pretend to be standing for your principles. I forgot to bring my teleprompter.

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  • November 16, 2012 at 8:23pm

    They infiltrated the Republican party with their own moderates to shift the country further and further left. Why hasn’t anyone suggested that we run conservatives as Democrats. We become the wolves in the hen house rather than the hens. Take the districts that tend to vote democrat. I refuse to believe Americans actually voted for free ****. They are ignorant, they vote party lines of their parents in a majority. Someone tell me why not?

  • November 16, 2012 at 4:34pm

    An experiment: Can man rule himself?

    My one sentence.

  • November 9, 2012 at 8:50pm

    If all we are is the result of an evolutionary process and therefore nature is intending to make us better and better, then who is to say my mind that believes in God is less evolved than a mind who buys evolutionary theory.

    Now the problems with evolution(Not a comprehensive list just a few)

    Genetic entropy. You can’t, with the current rate of entropy, have many species being more than a few thousand perhaps 10s of thousands of years old.

    Radiation halos, make it difficult to accept the billions of years theory of the universe

    More recently you have the lost squadron from WWII found where they crashed but under 100s of feet of ice, where according to the evolutionary geological data they should have only been covered in a few mm’s to inches at most.

    Saturn’s Rings as observed by the Cassini space probe have blown an old solar system theory to bits. But rather than take it and look at their model. They are merely trying to explain away how the rings must have formed later…and they are leaving it at that, without much explanation.

    And finally science itself isn’t about what you believe but what you can observe. Evolution vs Creation has little bearing on the applicable sciences which is where we get modern technology from. They are instead ‘historical sciences’ in that their theories cannot be observed through experimentation. And starting from a presupposition is the only way we get anywhere with what we observe as to how it relates to the age

  • November 9, 2012 at 8:45pm

    If all we are is the result of an evolutionary process and therefore nature is intending to make us better and better, then who is to say my mind that believes in God is less evolved than a mind who buys evolutionary theory.

    Now the problems with evolution(Not a comprehensive list just a few)

    Genetic entropy. You can’t, with the current rate of entropy, have many species being more than a few thousand perhaps 10s of thousands of years old.

    Radiation halos, make it difficult to accept the billions of years theory of the universe

    More recently you have the lost squadron from WWII found where they crashed but under 100s of feet of ice, where according to the evolutionary geological data they should have only been covered in a few mm’s to inches at most.

    Saturn’s Rings as observed by the Cassini space probe have blown an old solar system theory to bits. But rather than take it and look at their model. They are merely trying to explain away how the rings must have formed later…and they are leaving it at that, without much explanation.

    And finally science itself isn’t about what you believe but what you can observe. Evolution vs Creation has little bearing on the applicable sciences which is where we get modern technology from. They are instead ‘historical sciences’ in that their theories cannot be observed through experimentation. And starting from a presupposition is the only way we get anywhere with what we observe as to how it relates to the

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  • July 20, 2012 at 12:24am

    @Conservative-Atheist

    Actually your right it isn’t accurate out to about 8000years…It can’t even accurately date the Mount St. Helens eruption…the results of those tests were all over the board. and it was done specifically to show the accuracy of the carbon dating method. the problem with all of our dating methods is that they follow a uniformitarian approach assuming all things that happen in the natural world would happen at the same rate throughout the life of the universe.

    Look at the rate of salt entering the ocean for one…To reach the level of salinity that the oceans currently have, following a uniformitarian viewpoint could not be longer than 62million years. That accounts for the amount that is removed through natural functions as well. That is just one of thousands of examples of uniformitarians getting it wrong.

    The answer to how old our universe is, is still hotly debated even among evolutionists…They themselves say their models are not accurate and cannot provide for some things in the fossil record as well as the geological strata. So how about you pick up a book not titled “Modern Science” or “Scientific American” and get to reading from other scientitsts who may not be getting the face time that the mainstream of science does. Scientists have agendas and the organizations of them even more so.

    To clarify, I think the jury is still out. It is intellectually dishonest to assume the current answers are The Answers.

  • July 8, 2012 at 6:04pm

    No they want acceptance by society because they know that the way they live their life is wrong and one of the worst kinds of wrong. And they think if society accepts them as equal, which we have for some time, that the feeling of wrong will go away. But it will not no matter how many “rights” they are given.

    I argued once with someone as to whether they were born that way. I have decided they are born that way just as I was born into the sins that tempt me and many others have the sins that tempt them. There is no glory in falling to your temptations, but instead in rising above them and overcoming your temptations. I hold no ill will towards those who are homosexual, but when you seek acceptance for your sinful living, I am sorry I will not provide you with that nor do I think that society should.

  • July 8, 2012 at 5:49pm

    So the UN wants a cut of trade that is protected by the US Navy. So do we get to send them a bill for all our ships that defend the waterways? Do we get to send them a bill when US troops are sent on their “peacekeeping” missions.

    You can have a tax from me when you show up and take it.

  • June 5, 2012 at 11:33pm

    For reputable scientist’s who have studied much about creationism and evolution try this site, they have over 7500 articles about the science behind creationism.

    http://www.creation.com

  • May 10, 2012 at 9:33pm

    ProbiemSovier,

    You’re wrong. Nowhere in the Constitution is there a provision that gives power to the federal government to interject itself into the personal lives of it’s citizens. So, either affirming or denying gay marriage the federal government would be outside of it’s powers as enumerated in the constitution. Also, if you have read any of the writings of the founding fathers you would clearly see that, though they did not envision a moral and virtuous people contending with the issue of gay marriage, they did write much about the federal government’s involvement in the personal lives of it’s citizens.

    As, marriage would be a personal contract, the founders have clearly written along these lines that personal contracts should remain between persons and not be put into the strata of governmental authority. In other words let the states handle that.

  • May 5, 2012 at 6:11pm

    The article says “The dog — described as a small terrier mix similar to “Toto” in “The Wizard of Oz” — had had a crate attached to the bike, police said.”

    Thereby, implying that the dog had either contracted the work out, or somehow coerced the owner, to install the crate onto the bike. I think he used the threat of force or perhaps used force itself to get this work done, and why wouldn’t he stay with the bike he had a lot invested in that crate thing.

    All joking aside, dogs are awesome like that sometimes, just not my dogs…mine would probably destroy the evidence and find alcohol bottles to make it look like it was my fault.