User Profile: Nevertakecandyfromsocialists


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  • [10] November 20, 2015 at 4:39pm

    Even if they are not radicalized they bring their culture with them and do not want to assimilate. Islam is not compatible with the values of western Civilization like liberty and equality. They are destroying large parts of Europe where their numbers have grown and concentrated as they self segregate. Their neighborhoods then become no go zones. Sexual assaults against western women are on the rise in many European countries predominantly perpetrated by Muslims. Breitbart had a piece today written by a journalist who walked through one of these neighborhoods with a politician in Belgium. Muslim men were shouting at the women in their group to cover their heads. There was the story out of Dearborn where Christians were pelted with rocks for open air preaching at a Muslim fair. We have Muslim women here in the US that are being subjected to female genital mutilation. Only a leftist who hates America would want to import more of this type of behavior. It is suicide by political correctness and multiculturalism. Let the Muslim countries take them in and the US can then help with financial support for those that are truly refugees. You know those widows and orphans, not men of military fighting age.

  • [8] November 4, 2015 at 11:52am

    Virginia votes down gun control, Bevin wins KY, Ohio votes no on pot legalization, Houston says no men in the ladies room, and the sanctuary city supporting mayor of San Fran is ousted. Yes, the democrats should be worried.

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  • [20] October 20, 2015 at 6:01am

    National Review had a couple of articles on how well positioned Cruz actually is. Basically he is raising tons of money and is methodically and deliberately building the best ground game and network of anyone in the primary.

  • [10] October 15, 2015 at 1:24pm

    So if my if my ideas based on logic, reason, biology, natural law, socioeconomic and psychological forces are in agreement with the scriptures they should be discounted immediately? Oh, the brilliance of progressive (or is that regressive?) logic.

  • [5] September 26, 2015 at 11:11pm

    You cannot have fiscal conservatism without social conservativism. There are 3 social safety nets: the family, the church, and the government. Govt should always be the last resort. Genderless marriage undermines both family and church leaving you with an ever growing govt to fill in the vacuum left from destroying family and church. There are welfare programs in place providing a poor substitute for these 2 institutions and they are being paid for by the tax payer. The war on poverty and the great society are examples of this. Marriage, defined by natural law and biology, has a pedigree stretching back thousands of years for a reason. It fuctions on its own as a default without any govt interference. Gender less marriage will require greater govt interference because it is arbitrary and based on nothing. The govt will define, protect , and enforce it or it won’t survive. Additionally married couples with children and grandchildren think long term. This makes them more stable and dependable and the economy benefits from this. These people build businesses, buy houses, and accumulate assets that they will pass on to their children. They provide for and nurture these children so the govt doesn’t have to and the church has traditionally backed them up. That is also why governments tend to recognize and promote traditional marriage. At least that is how it use to work when common sense, logic and reason ruled the day. Why appease a “majority” bent on self-destruction?

  • [12] September 26, 2015 at 10:19pm

    If gender does not matter in marriage then gender does not matter anywhere. That is the “logical” leap to how biological males are allowed in women’s restrooms. As an aside I love the fact that everyone that was referenced in this article bashing Berkman were men. I am glad these …ahem “gentlemen” have decided that my opinion and rights as a member of the female half of the population are secondary to the rights of the .5 percent of the transgender population. Brilliant.

  • [1] September 21, 2015 at 7:40am

    Why am I reminded of the song “The Snake” when I think about CAIR? Worth a listen.

  • [2] September 20, 2015 at 8:30am

    Almost forgot about his recent planned disrespectful thumb in the eye to Pope Francis.


  • [1] September 20, 2015 at 8:26am

    If you are accused of being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?

    A 40 quote list comparing Obama’s comments on Christianity and Islam.

    An article detailing Obama’s actions that are hostile to the Christian faith.

    Matthew 7:16
    You shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?

    Also if Islam and Christianity are equal, as the multiculturalists would like us to believe, why are they so apoplectic at the thought that someone would accuse him of being a Muslim?

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  • [2] September 10, 2015 at 12:35pm

    In the words of John Lennon….Instant karma’s gonna get you, gonna knock you off your feet. Shine on.

  • September 8, 2015 at 6:47pm

    There was a good size crowd that stood for 2 hours in the sweltering heat to greet her when she came out. I saw signs from Ohio, North Carolina, Alabama and West Virginia. There is a helicopter shot of the crowd with this story.

  • [10] September 3, 2015 at 8:24pm

    It does not matter if you agree with her religion or not. It does not negate her constitutional right to freedom of religion. You know, one of those liberties that the founders thought were endowed by the Creator. Those couples could have gone to another county and gotten a license without a problem. Instead, as usual, they were looking to make an example of a Christian. They wanted to force her to violate her conscience to satisfy their own vanity. So much for live and let live. Gay marriage is only a constitutional right in the collective mind of the progressives. It does not exist in actuality. The Supreme Court made it up out of thin air.

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  • [3] September 3, 2015 at 3:28pm

    Ahhh….the irony. How does he get up there and do his job with a straight face?

  • September 1, 2015 at 8:00pm

    This woman’s first amendment rights are being violated and you don’t think that is worth fighting for? Turning tail and “picking our battles” is exactly what got us to this point. If you aren’t willing to fight for the first amendment where in the world do you draw the line?Right is right and you either stand on principle or you don’t, no matter if your adversaries number in the millions. Besides, statistically her supporters likely outnumber her detractors.

  • [7] August 3, 2015 at 8:57pm

    I think this was all just a show vote anyway. If they voted on this issue by itself and it had passed Obama would have vetoed it anyway. That is why Lee was trying to get it added as an amendment to the highway bill last week because Obama would have had a harder time vetoing that bill. Mitch wouldn’t allow the amendment.

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  • [3] August 3, 2015 at 5:55pm

    This is a false comparison. People who opposed interracial relationships were either blatantly racist, or had an incorrect understanding of the Old Testament command to the nation state of Israel not to intermarry with PAGANS who were practicing idolatry. These were still heterosexual couples capable of producing children through a sexual union which points to the purpose of marriage. Children and family ties are the purpose of marriage. Marriage existed long before politics and organized religion. It has natural attributes that everyone recognizes because they have experienced them firsthand as a child and then as a spouse. It provides an experiential understanding that mothers and fathers have an obligation and responsibility to their children and they are all tied to each other through a natural bond. It provides a stable and prosperous environment to raise children. This is what the government recognizes as marriage. Government recognizes not defines, which is what makes the Supreme Court’s decision absurd on its face. Homosexual couples cannot produce children without legally drawing in a third party. The government has no reason to recognize love between adults. Traditional marriage confers benefits to the individual and the state (future balanced and responsible citizens that drive the economy). Genderless marriage only confers benefits to the individual. Traditional marriage supporters are not being bigoted they are being logical.

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  • [9] July 17, 2015 at 5:24pm

    I have to say I am torn between two options when I see something like this. Part of me wants to see this person boycotted and fired because that is what the left would do and turn about is fair play. The other part of me just wants them to keep going, growing more and more outrageous as their masks continue to slip, and everyone gets a really good look at who these people are and that their true intentions are not live and let live.

  • [1] July 8, 2015 at 3:25pm

    No the government should not recognize genderless marriage. Marriage is an institution that existed before government and before organized religion. Marriage is both a private and a public institution. It confers benefits to both the individual and to society. The benefit to society is the perpetuation of the species through child birth and providing a stable environment to raise those children, future citizens. Nations need a stable replacement birth rate to survive and thrive. That is why government has historically recognized and encouraged traditional marriage. Genderless marriage confers none of those benefits. Society benefits nothing by recognizing a couple’s affections which is the definition to which marriage has been reduced. In fact creating families for genderless partners requires the purchase of other’s reproductive material and wombs, which is fraught with ethical questions. The fact of the matter is homosexuals simply did not fit into the parameters that defined marriage and supported its teleogical ends. We don’t issue driver’s licenses to blind people because they cannot fulfill the criteria to qualify. Homosexual couples did not want to conform to the purpose of marriage which should logically exempt them from the institution. You are not advocating liberty, you are advocating license. I could come up with an excuse for almost any behavior using a radical individual liberty argument. But that would not make it anymore moral, just or correct.

  • [5] July 6, 2015 at 11:14am

    Christians believe that the empathy you are referring to is the law God wrote on your heart, because you are made in His image.

    Romans 2
    14 For when Gentiles, who do not have the law, by nature do what the law requires, they are a law to themselves, even though they do not have the law. 15 They show that the work of the law is written on their hearts, while their conscience also bears witness, and their conflicting thoughts accuse or even excuse them 16 on that day when, according to my gospel, God judges the secrets of men by Christ Jesus.

  • [9] July 1, 2015 at 12:45am

    As a woman who has been unable to conceive I am sick and tired of that stupid infertility example. First of all if my husband and I chose to adopt, that child would still have a mother and father, a same sex and opposite sex pair of role models. Secondly, do you know how many women I know who the doctor told they would not be able to conceive and then ended up pregnant? Change of life babies are not uncommon in my family. It ain’t over ‘til it’s over, and until then there is always a chance of a happy surprise. Incidentally when my husband proposed I was not thinking about spousal rights. My mind did, however, quickly go to planning when children would fit into our lives.

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