User Profile: NoMoreGray

NoMoreGray

Member Since: December 11, 2010

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  • September 18, 2014 at 9:01am

    Good thing so many Christians (& yes some were lawyers) fought, died, wrote a constitution, and founded a country that recognizes that you were “created” with the right to be so misinformed and free to express it.

  • September 18, 2014 at 8:54am

    Isn’t that in fact the gov’t's position on this, but on steroids. In order to attend any Canadian University you must support homosexual relationships. Yes, if you are punished for taking a position against something then in fact you are forced into a position of support. So, if Canada will only recognize your degree if you get it from an institution that does not take a position they disagree with, then they are requiring you to be open to that position. The difference between the Gov. and the Institution is if you disagree with the institution you can attend another to get your degree, if you disagree with the Gov. say good bye to higher education.

  • September 17, 2014 at 8:54am

    Your point is clear and well taken and I don’t disagree at all, but would clarify a little further. These NLR’s “are not in competition with each other. They are equal to each other.” could be better stated for the “low information” types as follows. The NLR’s are equal to each other because they are not separate rights but the breaking down of one right. All humans being equal are at birth each completely free by that which gave them life (“created equal”). If all are equal then no one has the authority to limit or take away these NLR’s. So in the exercise of this one complete freedom we can speak, pray, defend what is ours, and anything else, as skunkbear says; “so long as one is not harming another or their property.” While it is great that the founders defined how this NLR is represented in the amendments, the left has used this definition to confuse, undermine, and destroy the understanding and intent the founders had. A fact born out by this very survey.

  • June 19, 2014 at 8:10am

    Yet more proof they don’t get it… or care too. Michigan politicians are trying hard to do the same thing. Attempting to raise the state gas tax by up to 22 cents. For those of you who do Common Core math (something else MI politicians are fighting for) let me save you some time, that’s 40+ cent per gallon increase. Good thing we got all that extra money lying around. But I am sure Corker will sail to another easy “conservative” victory. #DefundTheGOP #MakeDCListen

  • [11] June 4, 2014 at 8:24am

    “For obvious force protection reasons, the Department doesn’t discuss the security tactics, techniques, and procedures of our forces,”

    In other words, he wouldn’t tell you if a video did exist. Kind of like they first denied the Benghazi video existed.

  • November 7, 2013 at 9:10am

    This is why I specifically avoided a Micro/Macro statement, it gets you in the weeds. The reality is their is no evidence of Macro evolution only biased assumption & theory. I have personally read science papers from the UNIV where without any supporting science, the unexplained conclusion is “evolution”. Also the current DATA & historical records show their is a cyclical pattern of warming & cooling. Ignoring these facts in favor of something that can not be seen is… FAITH

  • November 7, 2013 at 8:54am

    willost size and absence of are two different things. Size is open to personal interpretation absence would be a medical reality. Hermaphrodites have a truly agonizing problem and all should be entirely sympathetic, but this too is a medical diagnosis & should not be diminished by those looking for acceptance of a medically unprovable decision.

  • November 7, 2013 at 8:36am

    “a lifelong Mormon who was born a man” This is all the article says about how he was born, maybe you could point out the line I missed.

  • November 7, 2013 at 8:21am

    And of course her unbiased revelation came once she entered the college world. Having a family member in a BIG Ten University she and we have seen first hand the pressure young people of faith are put under to discard their beliefs. After all you can’t follow the religion of Evolution & Global warming & be a Christian.

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  • October 24, 2013 at 9:04am

    Setting aside the obvious ? that this book is a well timed piece of propaganda, I’ll say this. If someone runs for office saying that their faith is a factor in their daily decision making and we elect them, AU or no one else has the right to interfere when they make it part of their daily routine. If God forbid we were ever dumb enough to elect a MB type, would anyone dare tell them or their staff they couldn’t stop and face east several times a day? I doubt it, and nor should they. A country founded on religious principles have no right to expect those elected to leave them at the door.

  • October 24, 2013 at 8:19am

    I seem remember someone yelling “what difference does it make”, seems to that person looked a lot like Hillary. Her response here tells me she still does not take responsibility or care.

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  • October 18, 2013 at 9:47pm

    “So, what is his VOTING RECORD? Anyone believing in campaign rhetoric at this point should be seen as a threat to others. No voting record, NO DICE”
    Maybe this line does not mean what I think it means, but I thought your point was you would need to see a voting record in order to support someone. In fact your response to my Cruz point seems to reinforce this.
    So, in response to your point a voting record can be deceiving, McConnell’s early voting record would almost certainly gain the support of most conservatives to vote for him, but knowing what you know now, do you believe he is a conservative that can be trusted and you would vote for? Voting records can be bought and sold, the fact is once they are a politician the credibility of the facts you can see are always in question.
    As far as Supreme Court goes, that is a whole other issue and would take more characters then I have left. Suffice it to say all the bad things that have happened from the SCOTUS, prayer in school, Rowe vs Wade, Obamacare & more, lay at the feet of GOP nominees.

  • October 18, 2013 at 4:46pm

    Maybe you should look at McConnell’s voting record, especially the early years. A voting record can tell you where they stand or that they are a good liar (politician). Are you upset that Cruz was elected without a voting record. The man is defined by the life he lives before elected not the deals he makes after.

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  • October 18, 2013 at 4:36pm

    Yes I know Weak not week.

  • October 18, 2013 at 4:34pm

    Honestly, I was hoping Glenn would push harder today on the questions Matt did not clearly answer last week. We need to act quick but we also can’t throw our time and money into a basket with a week handle. That would just hand it to those we are trying to remove.

  • October 18, 2013 at 4:17pm

    An early and reluctant Rand supporter I have grown concerned. His stance on Rubio’s Gang of 8 Alien Amnesty bill otherwise known as Immigration reform bill was uncomfortably soft. Next if you watched his support of Cruz’s 21 hours closely as I did, you would have noticed that while giving Cruz a rest, he also pushed for Cruz to cave and accept less & gave interviews that said as much. I was never a Ron P supporter but had become a Rand cheerleader, a reserved one but one just the same. It concerns me again that he would not at least remain neutral giving time for a more representative challenger to emerge. Feels a little like kissing the ring to me.

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  • October 17, 2013 at 8:30am

    The Blaze really has to stop re-printing AP stories if “the truth” is ever going to “live here”… “averts default” c’mon

  • October 16, 2013 at 9:24am

    I was politely corrected for a skipped word, guess my brain is to fast for my fingers or I cant’t chew gum and type. I meant “3 more” verses, please forgive, back to the gum. ;-)

  • October 16, 2013 at 9:18am

    Correction accepted, meant 3 more. I actually think the remaining verses draw ought more emotion for the event and the thoughts that gave birth to the anthem.

  • October 16, 2013 at 8:40am

    Not a prank… a test. There are 3 verses to the song and we all proudly stand for one but how many people even new their were more. Again Love it and thank you.

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