User Profile: patriotsdream80

Member Since: July 20, 2011


  • February 5, 2016 at 10:47am

    Cruel and unusual punishment: Having some barbarian rip you apart piece by piece simply because someone else doesn’t want to be bothered by your existence. Not only have you done NOTHING wrong, you’re a defenseless child. Not just cruel and unusual, but absolutely heinous! It’s more than “a little sex for fun.” It’s murder.

    In reply to U4eeeahhh's comment on the contribution Why The Left Hates Family Values

  • [1] November 14, 2014 at 3:22pm

    Transparent like…if you like your plan you can keep it. If you like your doctor, you can keep him. Like under $1 Trillion over 10 yrs (actual 1.8 trillion). It was said “NOT A TAX” until supreme court says “It’s a tax if you want it to be constitutional” though that ruling was unconstitutional x2.

  • [16] July 1, 2014 at 2:07pm

    Actually, there has been no recovery…and wait until 2015.

  • [6] July 1, 2014 at 2:05pm

    The last two words of your comment BEG the question, Why would you want to?

  • January 21, 2014 at 3:23pm

    Unfortunately, this is actually one where we conservatives have to be honest and blame Bush. He signed the law that bans incandescents before he left office. That’s the danger or RINOs. They don’t want to be seen as extreme, so they do extreme things and our freedom ALWAYS suffers as a result.

  • October 14, 2013 at 1:00pm

    Walmart will have to pay for this since they allowed and processed the purchases on cards they knew were not functioning. But, it was probably easier than the more violent riot that would have likely otherwise ensued.

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  • October 2, 2013 at 1:23pm

    RE: Keatonc333Oct. 2, 2013 at 10:29am
    “Forcing down their throats? So many americans rushed to sign up for it yesterday that the website crashed!”

    I went to the website KEATON, just to see how big of a lie Obama told.- My family’s premiums won’t save me $2500 a year like your dear leader promised, but go UP by over $6000 per year. People didn’t
    “rush” to the sight to sign up, but to see just HOW deep down their throat this thing had been shoved and whether they will have to sell their house to keep from going to jail.

  • August 21, 2013 at 2:31pm

    “what in the world happened to us?”

    This is what has happened to us: Too many people justify abortion by equating humans with tissue masses and animals. They refuse to be intellectually honest enough to accept the fact that there is a difference. This aids them in ignoring God’s laws. The desire for wanton sex without accepting its consequences necessitates that the consequences be considered non-human and thus okay to discard, which is the case in the vast majority of abortions. Otherwise, there is the requirement to act like a decent human being, accept consequences, and deal with them appropriately, holding life as sacred. As science has advanced, it has been amazing to watch pro-abortionists having to contort their reasoning in ridiculous ways to perpetuate the myth that abortion does not end a human life.

  • June 20, 2013 at 5:18pm

    I absolutely agree. These so-called “Catholic” politicians who say they stand by Catholicism or are practicing Catholics and then defy the faith through pro-abortion voting and campaigning will continue to do so until the Catholic Church has the courage to take disciplinary action. In my opinion, refusing to take such action against those who openly support anti-Catholic agendas is promoting such activity rather than standing against it. By openly disciplining them, the Church would take away the pol’s ability to claim faith where no such thing exists and remove any confusion about where the Church stands. While we’re at it, Harry Reid needs a talking to by his clergy for his behavior and positions (he could have forced protection of life under Obamacare, but let funding for elective abortion stand, by default participating in EVERY abortion under Obamacare. Grounds, in my opinion, for his excommunication).

  • April 29, 2013 at 2:59pm

    I am a medical transcriptionist. The majority of heterosexual individuals I deal with have either been “engaged” for 20 years or just plain living together; a minority are married. So, I have always believed that the push for gay marriage isn’t about marriage, it’s about getting gay marriage legalized and officially recognized, thus legitimizing the lifestyle. Once that is done, homosexuals will go back to doing what a large portion of their heterosexual counterparts are doing…just living together. This article has validated my long-held beliefs about the truth of their agenda. (And yes, I have taken into consideration their point of wanting to get the same benefits of health insurance etc.).

  • April 26, 2013 at 1:02pm

    There is a lot of talk that this ammo is being stockpiled to use against American citizens. While it could be in the future, I believe the motivation here is actually the old Obama tactic of “If I can’t get congress to give me what I want, I’ll go around ‘em.” He wants gun control desperately. He can’t even get it in his Democrat controlled Senate. So, time for the end around. Instruct a federal agency, in this case DHS (not the military, that’s not politically correct) to buy up lots and LOTS of ammo, driving up the cost and depleting the supply. You can have your guns, but no ammo, and their worthless. Obama is no idiot. He understands how capitalism works, even though he hates it. He is very determined to achieve his goals, and he will any way he can. In this case, destroying the supply side of the second amendment.

  • October 23, 2012 at 4:18pm

    Bill Clinton’s closing remarks in 1992 debate: “The choice is between hope and fear, change, or more of the same; the courage to move into a new tomorrow or to listen to the crowd who says, ‘Things could be worse.’”

    Barack Obama, June 30 2010: “The problem is, number one, it’s hard to argue sometimes, things would have been a lot worse, right? You know, so people kind of say, yeah, but unemployment’s still at 9.6. Yes, but it’s not 12 or 13 or 15.”

    By Bill Clinton’s own view, we need to vote for Romney.

  • September 23, 2012 at 8:13pm

    Gibbs said “The president is actively involved and engaged in the most dangerous place in the world every single day of the week.” Is that like, um, in the kitchen with Michelle? Because he certainly wasn’t
    “involved and engaged in the most dangerous place in the world every single day of the week” leading up to the attack on the Libyan Consulate in the months leading up to what was the first major attack on US interests since 9/11/01, which, according to our ambassador, was a VERY DANGEROUS place where the ambassador had feared for his safety FOR SOME TIME prior to being killed, but, of course, there were no significant measures taken to protect him in spite of that fear. A recent book about Obama is entitled “THE AMATEUR” and we know why.

  • August 2, 2012 at 3:05pm

    Considering Nanny Bloomberg, if these companies don’t stand up as these have done, at what point do they just become wards of the state? When they don’t comply with whatever politically correct principle the libs think they should, then the Nanny State becomes the Bully State. There is no end to what the libs can do to force these companies…and then us…to do and be all they think we should do and be if we don’t stand against it. I’m glad to have seen the support that showed up in force for Chick-Fil-A yesterday, but don’t think for a minute the libs or RINOs got the message…they don’t have the capacity for such.