Could be spy. Whatever it was, it was enough to earn her a Muslim necklace.
Otay, Please do your homework, the sainted wife of S African leader Nelson Mandela was quire adept at the flaming tire trick when dealing with adversaries. Of course Nobel Peace Prize winning Nelson had no idea such things had ever occurred. So to limit the practice to muslims is failing to give credit where credit is due. Otay!
Either a dry run for a suicide vest or the bottles had something volatile in them. And forgive me for saying so, but it is HARDLY the first time Muslims have used the flowing garments of the women folk to smuggle weapons and explosives. The girls should have left when they saw the police searching people.
 March 1, 2015 at 9:16am
Just party favors and door prizes.
 March 1, 2015 at 9:12am
I would not have had a blackout skydiving but I would have had a brownout (in my jump suit).
March 1, 2015 at 8:41am
I wonder what color the dress would be to Bill Clinton?
 March 1, 2015 at 8:23am
This group of Republicans does not have a problem with Obamacare they only have a problem with who is calling the shots of the program. You Republicans that are fearful of overturning Obamacare had better realize that the American People are NOT AFRAID of overturning your job.
LOL -- did you make that one up?
Because it has a "classic" ring to it.
it just came to me now but I can’t remember if I heard it in the past or not.
 February 27, 2015 at 4:32pm
Maybe Jeb and Hayden and the “Establishment Republicans” are starting to get the hint that we are not buying thier BS anymore. Long gone are the days when they are going to say one thing to our face and then turn around and do something completely different. Nice to finally see the crowd shout “the emperor has no clothes”!
Rapture, I am an Evangelical and know the Jesus of the Bible as well as you do. My point was not that Mormons and other Christian denomonations agree on the same things. My point was that I appreciate the level of respect from Atownauthority16 towards your opinions even though this poster may not agree. The only way we can talk to one another effectively is through CIVIL discourse. I live in a community with a large number of LDS members and I can tell you that 90% of them truly walk the walk when it comes to being sincerely good people and wanting to follow Christs example towards others. I am not a spokesman for the Mormon Church but an Evangelical Christian as I believe you are from your posts. I have found that you can talk to Mormons very easily about your faith and they are eager to share thiers. Do we agree on all things? No. But we have a lot that we do agree on especially as it relates to the role of faith in our Country and service to others. You do not have to go into attack mode when ever an issue of faith arises. I understand you have zeal. I know Mormons that have zeal. But I have not experienced the personal attacks and put downs from the Mormons that I see directed towards them from posters that disagree with thier views. Maybe it is time to take an honest look at ourselves and ask “who is acting more like Christ”?
 February 18, 2015 at 6:56pm
@Atownauthority16, I am not LDS but I appreciated your respect for others opinions and wish others would respect your position. I have many Mormon friends and colleagues and have found them to be the neighbors I would choose to live next door. Many Blazers might not agree doctrinally as LDS but we have more in common as Americans and people of faith then we have differences. Nice post, thank you.
 February 17, 2015 at 9:26am
It doesn’t matter what that thier parents politics are. They are practicing the politics of what is taught in society today.” If it is not yours, it should be, regardless of who’s property it is”. Remember what Obama said about others wealth, “you didn’t build that”