User Profile: one.dakine.howlie

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  • [3] August 30, 2016 at 2:14pm

    You pro-choice idiots talk about unborn babies as if they’re cancer or another life-threatening disease. A baby grows inside of a woman without any harm to that woman. It’s a separate being that is naturally meant to grow there until it’s prepared to survive in the elements of the world. Anyone who supports abortion should also by logic support the killing of those unable to live without assistance from medicine, machine, or other human beings.

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  • [6] August 30, 2016 at 2:06pm

    When I read the title of the article I was like, “Seriously? Who the heck is that?” Then I read the first paragraph that mentioned TCU and I just rolled my eyes. That university is far from a Christian school. Everything they claim is Christian about their university is a marketing ploy to entice students in a predominantly Christian state. They put little to no effort in keeping any sort of Christian standard on campus or among the students. It’s a smart way to market your university but parents should know that their college-bound child is not going to get any more Christian reinforcement than they would at a normal state-owned university.

  • [6] July 20, 2016 at 1:11pm

    To save the lives of billions into the future? I’d say there’s a huge moral distinction. This ideology and culture in the middle east is a cancer that needs to be rooted out from the earth. They are the most depraved society the earth has ever witnessed. Nazism doesn’t even compare to these people. Much of Germany was still grasping to morality and good in the midst of their insane leader. These people following Islam are taught and trained to live evil but to call it “justice” or “honor”. They’re barbarians.

  • March 3, 2016 at 3:20pm

    Right… Because the Founding Fathers surely didn’t have any sort of religious influence when creating the very form of government we’re still using today….

  • [26] March 3, 2016 at 2:58pm

    You’re MORON Scott Morefield. “Welcome to the Democrat Party….” What an absolute load of crap. You and other Trump supporters are just as guilty of voting with your emotions as every liberal in this country. You make excuses for the facts against Donald Trump while supporting his newly acquired “conservative” policies that are vague at best. Mitt Romney couldn’t have explained it better this morning in his address. There is literally no meat or logistical path to accomplish any of Trump’s policies. It’s as much of a load of garbage as Obama’s path to the Presidency. It’s a pandering charade used only for the purpose to gain cheap votes from an ignorant society.
    While you make excuses for your candidate the rest of us can clearly see that a choice between Clinton and Trump is LITERALLY a choice between tyranny’s right hand or left hand. Your pathetic attempt of guilt-tripping true conservatives into voting for Trump is an unsurprising fruit grown on Trump’s tree of shallow character.

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  • [4] March 3, 2016 at 2:47pm

    Well if we want to get technical, when the Constitution refers to Congress being “in session” it didn’t mean to be “in session indefinitely” like our government is now. He and every other politician SHOULD stay in their home state most of the time and only come to Washington a few times a year at the most. Congress wasn’t meant to constantly debate and pass laws all year long. That’s how we’re in the mess we are today!

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  • [11] March 3, 2016 at 2:32pm…. What a load of garbage. Just more excuses being made for a group of people who do nothing but make excuses for their behavior. Those scriptures referenced on that website are taken COMPLETELY out of context to portray a false idea and would only be accepted by the ignorance of the very people that it makes the excuse for. Politicians have been using this same tactic against the black people for half a century now already.

  • [17] March 3, 2016 at 2:24pm

    Because it’s BLACKS that disproportionately make up our criminal population, because it’s BLACKS that make up the majority population of the nation’s ghettos, because it’s BLACKS that disproportionately make up the majority of high school drop-outs, because it’s BLACKS who disproportionately make up the majority of single-parent homes, because it’s BLACKS who disproportionately make up the majority of teen pregnancy, because it’s BLACKS who disproportionately make up the majority of welfare recipients, because it’s BLACKS who disproportionately make up the majority of un-employed, because it’s BLACKS who riot in the streets, because it’s BLACKS who vote for a society of taskmasters, because it’s BLACKS who vote for more welfare… And above all nobody puts as much emphasis into the color of their skin than BLACKS.

    The reality is that it’s a cultural problem which is why you see all these statistics I just listed. Most blacks are not individuals. They just follow the crowd of other black folks having underage sex, living on welfare, dropping out of high school, getting involved in criminal activity, voting for people who just use you for a cheap vote… Stop breeding a culture of race and then you’ll be viewed as individuals rather than a race.

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  • [7] March 3, 2016 at 2:06pm

    Best thing I’ve heard in a while. Bring back the chains and whips. Get these animals doing something productive for once.

  • [12] March 3, 2016 at 2:03pm

    This is our punishment for slavery I suppose… The very people we used as free labor for centuries have now become a scourge upon this nation.

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  • [18] March 3, 2016 at 1:56pm

    She’ll NEVER answer for anything in this life. Take that to the bank. The Clinton’s are invincible. The fact that she’s still running for President is ABSOLUTE PROOF that she knows nothing will ever threaten her career.

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  • [36] February 29, 2016 at 10:48am

    Fine with me. We’ll just take back what we gave back in our last war. Mexico can go the way of history and the U.S. bring that area out of poverty once and for all. No more drug gangs, no more paramilitary, no more corruption (at least not to the level it is now), our land border becomes a heck of a lot smaller at the tip of Mexico… I’d say there’s a lot more positives to that scenario.

  • [1] February 26, 2016 at 10:50am

    Seriously Cromshand, you’re literary skills are atrocious.

  • [-1] February 26, 2016 at 10:48am

    Take a course on language arts then come back and try again. Nobody can make any sense of anything you just typed.

  • [2] February 26, 2016 at 10:43am

    I’m tired of people pulling the “well nobody’s perfect” excuse for Trump. No duh nobody’s perfect!! We’re ALL aware of that basic fact of life! What separates the good from the evil or the Believers from the non-Believers is how you approach your imperfections. Trump could care less what mistakes or sins he’s committed. He’s outright said he has repented of nothing and doesn’t plan on repenting of anything. He’s unapologetic for every one of his actions. Does that sound like a Christian to you? Does that sound like a good person to you? That’s pride. Plain and simple. The one sin that Christ warns against over and over and over because it’s the root of all sin. There is no change of heart with pride. There is no forgiveness with pride. Trump has no moral character. He does and says whatever his heart desires without a second-thought of if it offends God or not.

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  • [3] February 26, 2016 at 10:37am

    Couldn’t have said it better myself. Won’t vote for the guy who had impeccable character and morality because he’s a MORMON yet they’ll vote for the unapologetic lying, adulterous, prideful, egomaniac that has ZERO moral or ideological foundation and justify it by saying that “well nobody’s perfect”. Seriously??? Well you sure didn’t give Romney that chance even when he had shown that he has a thousand times the moral fortitude that Trump has! Despicable… This country deserves the outcome we’ve been getting the last eight years and the coming eight years.

  • [2] February 16, 2016 at 3:02pm

    My cousin had this done when he had no other options left. He had leukemia. It didn’t work for him. He still passed away. An interesting fact: they told him before he had the treatment done that most of the patients who get the treatment are actually killed by it. It’s not a miracle cure by any means and I would argue the stats they’re throwing out to the public are skewed to show a far larger success rate than is the reality.

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  • [-2] February 2, 2016 at 10:52pm

    It may not have been intentional from Cruz but it was intentional from his staffers which he is responsible for. I would be taking legal action if I was Carson unless Cruz is planning on running with Carson when all is said and done. It would be smart of Cruz to bring Carson on as his running mate if Carson fails to garnish enough support.

  • January 29, 2016 at 6:59pm

    I’m not sold on Cruz. You know what ticks me off the most though is that all these clowns waste time pointing fingers and making excuses instead of actually addressing the real solution to removing most of the illegal immigrants in this country; REMOVE THEM FROM ALL WELFARE PROGRAMS! My heck, if we would just stop giving out free stuff to these third world immigrants and had them pay taxes (along with EVERY American instead of only a small percentage of Americans) then we’d see these guys go back to their own countries. Those that stay are the ones working their tales off and contributing. Go ahead and give them a path to citizenship but make it very difficult so that they learn that it doesn’t pay to break the law.

  • [23] January 29, 2016 at 2:34am

    So many caught up in this nonsense… Can’t even see the event horizon coming clear as day. It doesn’t matter who won this stupid debate. Our problems are far beyond who wins this next presidency. If we lifted our heads up just a bit to see farther than a few years down the road we would be singing a different tune about what we should be doing to change our destiny. The problems of our world started with us, not a president.

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