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NanaLaLa

Member Since: June 05, 2011

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  • July 7, 2011 at 1:09pm

    When my family was young, I used to coupon. Back then they doubled coupon to $1.00 so sometimes I would get cereal for free. AND yes we ate what I bought. I did not buy anything that wasn’t on sale that our family did not need. It was great! Now stores that double only double up below $1.00 so it isn’t as much fun and some stores don’t double at all. A lot of the stores will raise their prices on the coupon items beforehand, but if you are an avid shopper you will know when it is a good deal.

  • July 7, 2011 at 12:53pm

    If you don’t pay your light bill in 31 days….you have no lights. If you don’t pay your water bill in 31 days….you have no water. If you don’t return a movie in 31 days…you have to pay for it. IF YOU DON’T REPORT YOUR CHILD MISSING IN 31 DAYS……ITS OK?????

  • July 7, 2011 at 12:52pm

    If you don’t pay your light bill in 31 days….you have no lights. If you don’t pay your water bill in 31 days….you have no water. If you don’t return a movie in 31 days…you have to pay for it. IF YOU DON’T REPORT YOUR CHILD MISSING IN 31 DAYS……ITS OK????? At least in Florida.

  • June 24, 2011 at 3:13am

    SPEAKUP you are so right. AND to the guy who said Pawlenty is a milktoast, a wimp – I don’t believe so. I believe the man may be a emotionally controlled man and when it is the time to get tough I think he would be. forth right and stand up for the Nation and the Constitution. He believes that we should not murder our children and that is very good in my book.

  • June 22, 2011 at 9:58am

    Some Amish may have Cell phones. I asked that question of an Amish friend of mine. He said that it depended on the Bishops of their particular church. Amish people may have a cell phone if they have a business. Every Amish sect is different. However, the hearts of men are all the same, “wicked and full of deceit”. The remedy is the same though for all men – Accepting the gift Jesus gave by dying for our sin and following hard after Him.

  • June 20, 2011 at 7:35am

    THIS is why Cain didn’t sign it, maybe Romney felt the same way. When I asked Herman Cain’s campaign people about it this is what they wrote back, from Herman Cain.
    For Immediate Release:
    Saturday, June 18, 2011
    For More Information:
    Ellen Carmichael, (678) 601-2772
    media@hermancain.com
    Herman Cain Reaffirms Commitment to Pro-Life Principle
    (Stockbridge, GA)- Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain reaffirmed his commitment to his longstanding pro-life principles saying:
    “I support right-to-life issues unequivocally and I adamantly support the first three aspects of the Susan B. Anthony pledge involving appointing pro-life judges, choosing pro-life cabinet members, and ending taxpayer-funded abortions.
    However, the fourth requirement demands that I ‘advance’ the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. As president, I would sign it, but Congress must advance the legislation.
    I have been a consistent and unwavering champion of pro life issues.
    In no way does this singular instance of clarification denote an abandonment of the pro-life movement, but instead, is a testament to my respect for the balance of power and the role of the presidency.”
    http://secure.campaigner.com/Campaigner/Public/t.show?LVMF–8Oz3-WCSgU7

  • June 16, 2011 at 6:31pm

    I believe that gov. Palwenty does have the courage to stand. He stands for the life of an unborn child and stands for the natural, man and woman instead of the unnatural. And as long as he continues to stand for that which is right and correct then i will continue to stand with him.

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  • June 16, 2011 at 12:15pm

    Saw a piece about the Governor of PR. Looks like a good Rep. VP candidate. He has done wonders for the territory and he is a natural citizen of the US

  • June 15, 2011 at 1:09am

    I am a bit envious of the citizens of Wisconsin for having a Governor who wouldn’t back down. Now hopefully Gov. Daniels of Indiana won’t back down on that Planned Parenthood de-funding. I am from neither State but we are all watching.

  • June 14, 2011 at 3:15pm

    Yes, JL we can dream, can’t we. When raising my kids I always told them to dream BIG. But this current presidency has turned out to be a BIG NIGHTMARE. I am still game to get that U-Haul

  • June 14, 2011 at 2:33pm

    DID ANYONE listen to the interview???? President Obama never said that he thought one term is enough, nor that Michele and the kids thought that one term was enough. Sad but true he said that he has not completed all that he has wanted to do for the country. So all our hopes of being able to rent that U-Haul and pack those boxes have diminished. He is in it for the long haul so NOW we have to get together and push together and get behind a candidate that can undo all the change that Obama has done in the past years .

  • June 14, 2011 at 2:12pm

    I hear McDonald’s is.

  • June 14, 2011 at 12:42pm

    Someone rent the U-Haul, I’ll get the keys

  • June 13, 2011 at 7:15pm

    to BIGDADDYBERNIE
    Is that a true statement about the mother? If so where was THAT?

  • June 13, 2011 at 4:00pm

    Kozski – The Berean Call is an excellent newsletter. However this discussion is about abortion not Glenn Beck’s religious convictions or ours. Let’s discuss this at another time.

  • June 12, 2011 at 4:59pm

    Yes, I will speak my mind. I was very happy to see there a place for intelligent chat with conservatives; however what is written here is what could be heard on a R rated grade school playground. The topic is Palin’s , the outrageous comments have flitted from Old Navy advertising, Gay rights, and Chris Mathews and other Lib reporters bashing. Please stick to the subject and speak intelligently. This is one of the reasons the Liberals refer to us as “hicks, hillbillies and uneducated”

  • June 12, 2011 at 4:43pm

    I am really sorry, but I still would not feel safe having my grandchildren play in our own yard if there were a pit bull in the neighborhood.

  • June 12, 2011 at 4:39pm

    FLICK
    I was going to say the same thing. The man was in his own yard, for goodness sake! I would not want to live next door to a pit bull and his owner, I would not feel safe nor would I allow my grandchildren to play in the yard (even if it was fenced).
    Comment on another breed – Cocker Spaniels; I have owned two. We had to get rid of both the dogs because they were aggressive and I can tell you we raised them in a very loving home and DID not teach them to be aggressive. I loved my dogs and they were good with my children but others no, both dogs were territorial; anyone walking or riding a bicycle in front of the house were confronted by my “good loveable” dog. I cried but I did what had to be done for the sake of the people in my neighborhood.

  • June 11, 2011 at 12:48am

    GRAMMA B said, ” The urge to imitate intercourse with a person of the same sex is an obvious dysfunction. It is as if you had an irresistible urge to eat by stuffing your food in your ear.”
    What a great illustration. A good word picture; hope you don’t mind if I use it when the need arises.

  • June 10, 2011 at 10:51am

    @MIKERMC I have heard of many who have come out of the homosexual lifestyle. There is a lot of help out there for those of us who make unnatural choices in our lives. Just as alcoholism is NOT a disease, homosexuality is NOT genetic. God created Adam and Eve to be perfect. it is because of sin that people choose the unnatural over the natural (Romans 1:24-27). I believe you commented that the majority of Americans believe homosexuality is a choice. Well in a way they are right. Homosexuality is a choice, just as Alcoholism, Gluttony, Murder, Lying, Adultery, etc. are all choices – the choice to sin OR on the other hand the choice to follow God’s Word.