User Profile: Nevertakecandyfromsocialists


Member Since: June 07, 2011


  • [11] August 22, 2014 at 10:21am

    I agree. I read or heard somewhere that Wilson is 5’9″, but I have not seen or heard it repeated since. Judging by that picture of him I would guess his weight to be between 170-190. Wilson was injured, couldn’t see out of one eye, the other was likely tearing up. He may also have been disoriented from the blow to the head. Brown had already assaulted him and attempted to grab his gun. Brown had already made three stupid decisions up to this point: the robbery, defying the officer’s order to get out of the road, and assaulting the officer. It seems reasonable to believe that Brown would be dumb enough to charge an armed officer. If I was 7″ shorter and at least 100 pounds lighter and someone was charging me I would fully expect to be knocked to the ground and lose control of my weapon with the best case scenario being I would be beaten unconscious. Not to mention that Wison was outnumbered because there was another suspect standing there. It seems perfectly reasonable to me that he would believe his life was in danger and defend himself.

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  • [8] August 21, 2014 at 10:59am

    And if they truly believed in diversity, the next day they could do a life skills lesson on self-preservation using this story from American Thinker as inspiration. The lesson in a nutshell is don’t make a late night pit stop at McDonald’s where a large group of young black males have congregated, it could mean the difference between living and being beaten to death. Oh and if you do die don’t expect anyone to take responsibility for it, or have to serve more than 90 days in jail, it was ultimately your poor decision making that led to your demise, at least according to the lawyers that represent McDonald’s. Apparently McDonald’s is the new corporate sponsor of mob violence. Good to know, I guess it is Chick fil A for lunch then.

  • [1] May 1, 2014 at 10:45pm

    I had barely finished cussing at the tv and calling this guy a twelve year old before that line slipped out of his mouth. It just goes to prove my suspicions that the White House is run by middle schoolers.

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  • April 11, 2014 at 6:33pm

    I also noticed yesterday morning on FOX that they subtlely let their opinion be known. While reporting on the story they characterized Eich’s donation as anti-gay instead of in favor of traditional marriage or Prop 8. So much for fair and balanced.

  • March 20, 2014 at 6:58pm

    You should check out Dr. Terry Wahls on you tube. She was in a motorized wheelchair due to MS. She was able to reverse her MS symptoms and is now fully functional using basically the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol (which is what Glenn’s doctor is recommending) , physical modalities like massage and electric stim, and supplements. She credits the diet as being the most critical to her recovery. Blindness, neuropathy, and paralysis are also common in MS. She has an interesting story.

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  • January 10, 2014 at 6:55pm

    While they don’t arrest people for opting out, Massachusetts and California have already told parents that the schools are not obligated to inform them of what days they will be teaching about homosexuality. David Parker was arrested in MA when he refused to leave a meeting with the principal until the situation was resolved. I believe his child was 6. The details of the legal battle that followed are at this link.

  • January 10, 2014 at 5:40pm

    The government has a vested interest in natural marriage. It is the cornerstone of a stable and prosperous society. No other model can replace biological mothers and fathers as the best social institution to raise children who grow up to be law abiding, educated, prosperous citizens. Children who grow up in other family models do not fare as well, and in fact frequently require the government to step in and act as “father” in either a monetary or disciplinary capacity. Conversely there is no purpose for the government supporting same sex marriage, it does not confer the same benefits on society. There is a vast difference between what a society turns a blind eye to and what it openly accepts, condones, and promotes. Since the war on poverty began the federal government has done everything it can to destroy the two largest social safety nets: the family and the church. Without these 2 institutions the government is the only social safety net that citizens can look to for help. This is just the continuance of the federal government weakening the traditional family. They could care less about individual rights, they are just looking to expand their power.

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  • December 21, 2013 at 2:19pm

    I just thought I would add a few comments from GLAAD’s spokesman so we could all share a collective eye roll.

    “I don’t think this is about the first amendment,” Ferraro said. “I feel it’s more about the America we live in today. That is one where Americans, gay and straight, are able to speak out when people in the public eye make anti-gay and racist remarks.”

    See that folks, we are all free to speak out as long as we agree with them.

    I also got a chuckle out of this.

    ‘After the meeting … A&E initially released a statement from Robertson in which he said he would “never treat anyone with disrespect just because they are different from me.” But the network declined to comment itself until Wednesday night, when it announced the suspension, which GLAAD applauded.

    “We believe the next step is to use this as an opportunity for Phil to sit down with gay families in Louisiana and learn about their lives and the values they share,” the spokesman said.

    The organization is also currently researching companies who use Robertson as a spokesperson.’

    I guess if that doesn’t work they will just have to send him off to a reeducation camp. By the way this is standard GLAAD operating procedure. They are hand and glove with Hollywood, vetting scripts with homosexual content. In 2011 they mounted a petition drive urging CNN to no longer allow any counterpoint discussion from the “anti-gay industry”. Seems to have worked and spread industry wide.

  • December 21, 2013 at 1:39pm

    Maybe this will help next time you get a craving Jack.

    Lucky for me there are copycat pancake recipes floating around on the internet, so I won’t have to ever darken there door again. It does amaze me how A&E and CB seem to have no idea who their customers are.

  • December 12, 2013 at 6:14pm

    This happened to a friend of mine about a decade ago when she was almost deported while on vacation outside of the US and found out she was not a US citizen. She was in her 30s at the time. Her dad fought in the Vietnam War and she was born there to a Vietnamese mother and was brought to the US when she was 2. She went through elementary school, high school, college, had a driver’s license and voted without any problem. She just assumed, as did her parents, that everything had been taken care of when her mother had been naturalized. The rules and regs apparently were in flux at the time and her mother was told that her child would somehow be covered when her process was complete, but that didn’t happen. She has since completed whatever process she needed to be a legal citizen. It’s probably much easier than we think it is for this kind of thing to happen.

  • November 25, 2013 at 12:11pm

    Yes, given that believers make up about 75% of the US population, I am not sure I understand this guy’s marketing approach. I guess he is hoping that all atheists are golfers and is going for a specific niche market.

  • November 23, 2013 at 10:22pm

    I drove by this crime scene when I was out running errands on Friday. Coincindentally, there is a popular shooting range right around the corner from this gas station.

  • November 6, 2013 at 7:09am

    The GOP torpedoed Cuccinelli. Breitbart is reporting this morning that they pulled financial support on October 1st. So just as the republican candidate is closing the gap in the polls his financing from the GOP dries up? Why? Is the establishment GOP trying to demoralize the Tea Party? That’s what it seems like to me.

  • October 30, 2013 at 12:49pm

    I agree with what you are saying Mom. God has rules for reasons, and usually those reasons are about protecting his children from pain, suffering, and frustration and making their lives easier, more stable, and prosperous. I would add that most young people have grown up completely indoctrinated to leftist ideas and they do not realize it. It has always been their reality. They embrace human secularism and moral relativism because of our current politically correct and multiculturist society. Political correctness and multiculturalism demand you never hurt anyone’s feelings (except Christians) ,you accept everyone’s choices as valid and equal, and that you never make any value judgments. This is the generation that got trophies for showing up and many of the adults placed a priority in building up their children’s self esteem. The result of that is now many of these children can’t accept criticism. They get very upset when you point out their mistakes and try to point them in a different direction. They see anything less than total affirmation of their choices as being judgmental. I see it in the reasoning and arguments of 2 of my younger siblings (all of my siblings are millennials). They are following the ways of the world and their lives are a mess that they created by their choices. My 3rd sibling and I, though not perfect, are more serious about our faith and attempt to follow God’s rules and life is much easier for us because we aren’t creating our own t

  • October 28, 2013 at 8:34pm

    Exactly. It was available before, people just weren’t forced to buy it if they couldn’t afford it.

  • October 28, 2013 at 4:16pm

    “Last Friday night
    We went streaking in the park
    Skinny dipping in the dark
    Then had a menage a trois”
    Katy Perry’s Last Friday Night

    Please Katy, tell those girls to keep their clothes on. I’m sure they’ll listen to you because you have so much room to talk being the bastion of virtue that you are. Which side of your mouth will you speak out of tomorrow?

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  • October 26, 2013 at 7:55pm

    Here is a link to a long list of actions hostile to Christianity taken by the Obama administration. Most of them make me want to ask why and a few of them are unconstitutional in my book.

  • October 23, 2013 at 10:55am

    I can’t disagree with any of that. Well said.

  • October 23, 2013 at 10:42am

    Milk toast is the exact phrase I had in mind to descibe the sermons I’ve heard whenever I’ve tried to find a church home. I would rather have the scriptural truth and how it applies to my life over sugar coated platitudes. It’s why I’ve resorted to seeking out sermons on TV on Sundays that actually have some teeth.

  • October 23, 2013 at 10:20am

    Your comment reminded me of this verse.
    Now no chastening seems to be joyful for the present, but painful; nevertheless, afterward it yields the peaceable fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it.
    Hebrews 12:11