User Profile: MTgrammie

MTgrammie

Member Since: October 22, 2012

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  • March 1, 2013 at 8:03pm

    You are absolutely right. They aren’t mourning those children–they are using them to push a political goal forward.

  • March 1, 2013 at 8:01pm

    Roybaty, Now it is the fault of the professionals who try to help the mentally ill? Really??? I thought part of the liberal solution was to get more help for them. You really must have run out of things to say when you came up with that!

  • February 13, 2013 at 2:18am

    Absolutely agree! Having a ‘church’ is the antithesis of what an atheist supposedly stands for. That they need somewhere to gather just shows that they do believe in something! They believe in science and recognize it as a ‘power greater than themselves’, which is what they claim NOT to believe in. What a joke on them. The fact that they use a church format is even funny. I think they just proved that there really is no such thing as an atheist! It would seem that everyone has to believe in something.

  • January 16, 2013 at 10:27pm

    Does it bother anyone but me that he uses emotional blackmail to hide his violation of the Constitution? And, while I too am deeply affected by these deaths, having children decide the governance of the country strikes me as just a little disturbing. These children have no basis to make decisions that will effect millions of people. They have seen what the liberal media pushes and listened to what is being said around them–and like little children, they make simple decisions. Shame on Obama–his children are guarded by numerous, armed guards but the rest of us have to rely on our own devises. There are no police that can get to my home quickly and many here exist because of hunting. Yet a child makes the decision that we just need to have no guns! And the nation falls at Obama’s feet once again!!

  • January 9, 2013 at 11:26pm

    PRREDLIN-a little unfamiliar with the workings of Congress? The final bills are sometimes only available for a period of maybe 5 minutes before the vote. I know the fairy tale is that they are each given a copy and weeks and months to consider and study as in college, but just ain’t so! And, I have read it and have a copy–it is gobbly-****. If you had ever read a ‘real’ copy of a law, it is usually full of sections that refer you to another section that refer to another section. That was my job at one point in life and it takes hours to mangle it all together!

    Question for discussion: Why was it necessary to even mention gun ownership by doctors anyway? Only reason I can think of is so the information could be available later for other use. And for the record, no one has asked me such a silly question nor would I answer it. What does gun ownership have to do with a bad case of flu????

  • December 21, 2012 at 10:58pm

    Having scanned through the comments, I must say that this is, beyond a doubt, the silliest comments about the silliest subject ever. Turning this into a political discussion of race and/or something to do with the military is stretching for conversation. Blaze, how about reporting something that is important. This is a matter between ‘Renee’ and the ‘Wheel of Fortune’. Doesn ‘t the country have enough to consider without turning on game shows????

  • December 17, 2012 at 9:14pm

    Strawberry, I have met plenty of them!!! Once again with the lumping. What is with you guys? There is no one group that is free of “lying, hating” etc. people. What you call yourself does not define who you are. How you live and treat others defines us. Just because I say I am a drum doesn’t mean I am one. WBC can call themselves anything they want but their actions are not those of a person who respects and loves others.

  • December 17, 2012 at 8:33pm

    Let’s not give the government the ability to silence any rights. If they were to do it on this issue, what is to say that given the lead-way to do it against Westboro, that the next time won’t be something YOU believe in. If they are allowed once, they will take more the next time. I do not condone Westboro but the government is not the answer to anything that offends us. Let’s stop asking the “government” to “fix” everything.

  • December 17, 2012 at 8:04pm

    Really, trollback? What have I done to you? My religion teaches love, acceptance, doing good for one another, respect, forgiveness—are you getting it? I don’t condemn you by statements indicating that non-believers are some sort of menace. Why do you begrudge the rest of us for our faith? Westboro doesn’t represent Christianity. I doubt they are Christians because that isn’t what it is about. If you con’t know what it is about then either you should refrain from blanket comments or you should educate yourself so that you can make an intelligent comment.

  • December 9, 2012 at 7:01pm

    Those who are unable to speak intelligently and express themselves with proper English resort to this type of stupidity. Bill Maher is at the top of the list, followed by David Letterman and Jon Stewart. I doubt that an entire brain could be assembled by combining all three. So amazing and a sad commentary on our country that Christians are not allowed to speak about anything good while putrid filth is considered perfectly fine coming from these men. A different standard? Apparently it is approved by a large portion of Americans and especially by our President. Just another indictment of the president. If he were truly the “great American” he claims, he would refuse the support of people like these. But, instead, he chooses to associate with them. “— the company you keep”.

  • December 6, 2012 at 12:19am

    So—-apparently only black children should not believe in Santa? Interesting. Can you spell r-a-c-i-s-t? You don’t notice Farrakhan giving up his lifestyle and all that it brings him. Would he be willing to do that? Of course not! If he weren’t so disgusting, we would laugh at this sort of nonsense. The holes in his rhetoric are so many that the whole thing looks like lace instead of fabric. But then, that’s what he is about, isn’t it. He makes a nice living preaching garbage to people who eat it and think they are at a banquet.

  • December 6, 2012 at 12:11am

    Then I encourage you not to do it! In my home, we will continue to honor a tradition that gave my children a lot of joy. As much as when we read the story of Christ’s birth, sang traditional carols of the savior. So your home may be bare, but I’ll continue to make mine a joy which is what God intended for us to do. My children knew that many of the symbols had nothing to do with Christ–I told them the story of the Christmas tree–and other things we did as opposed to the true meaning of Christmas. Now I’m telling my grandchildren when I can. Why does everything have to be one or the other?

  • December 4, 2012 at 11:06pm

    My major problem with all of this, is that no one seems to have picked up on Terrell saying that “some” people shouldn’t have guns and speaking about he inner city (apparently). Essentially, he is saying the ‘some’ people are basically black. As for all of you who spout the same tired phrases regarding gun control, until you can speak something besides the same thing a parrot could, perhaps you should do a little research before you sign in the next time. We don’t need more slogans, thank you. Inanimate objects don’t kill people in the setting of murder, people do. I know more people than you can imagine that have guns and not one of them ever killed anyone with one of them. If it isn’t guns, someone who is going to kill someone will find a way. All the laws in the land will not stop someone from getting a gun if they want it. Our present law requiring registration is a prime example. A lot of work caused and next to no effect. And with the government handing them out to other countries, are you suggesting that the citizens should not have them but drug dealers outside the country should. For those of you who only understand slogans: “They will take my gun when they pry it from my cold dead fingers”. As for Terrell, he should be banned from appearing anywhere because he obviously hasn’t the manners or mentality of a mushroom, FOX, you had a good audience but I quit watching simply because you encourage this type of garbage.

  • November 10, 2012 at 10:36pm

    A requirement for the party!

  • November 10, 2012 at 10:06pm

    The buzz I heard was that John Huntsman was up for Secretary of State to replace Hillary! I first heard of him on Glenn’s show and was somewhat impressed. But as I recall, he ran as a Republican in the primary! What’s the deal, Glenn? I don’t get it!!!

  • November 7, 2012 at 9:08pm

    Unfortunately, I agree. And they have become lazy. There is no desire to research and make a reasonable decision when you can get your instructions from a one minute commercial.

  • November 3, 2012 at 9:36pm

    Considering that the people at the polls are, presumably, there for the purpose of voting and that the Bible is not running for office, I fail to see how this is political. My niece posted that she was voting the Bible and I had no idea what she meant. She then posted the Bible verses it is based on and that also did not at any time suggest one candidate over another. And wearing religious garb of middle eastern countries definitely would suggest to me who they planned to vote for! Are we to also take off our necklaces and earrings that are crosses? We have lost the ability to have a non-denominational prayer at sporting events, salute the flag, show a nativity scene outside, and have the Ten Commandments posted. What else? Would it be okay for me to wear a pentagram? Where is the line? If you can’t wear a shirt mentioning voting, then we need also to stop handing out stickers that say, “I voted”. After all, it might offend someone who had not voted!!!!

  • November 3, 2012 at 2:23am

    Can I steal this? It’s great!

  • November 3, 2012 at 2:19am

    The thing I miss the most when reading all these comments from the “Christians” who know the truth is that they keep forgetting the part of the Bible that warns, “Judge not that ye be not judged”. I believe that judgement is in the Lord’s hands-not any mortal. I just try to live my life as Christ would and that makes me a Christian regardless of what church I attend. He is my Savior and I have been promised that he has died or my sins. So I’m worrying about being as good as I can be and as much like the Savior as I can be, just hoping that I’ll be good enough to kneel at His feet sometime. There is so much for us to learn from the scriptures, how do people find the time to preach at others?