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  • [17] December 1, 2015 at 10:14am

    Yaaaaaaaaaaaa, No Thanks!
    “What does it take to convince the world we have to stop multiplying. 353,000 babies are born every day. How long can we add to this. ”
    I have always said, if you believe with all your heart that this world is overpopulated then you should be the first to off yourself and help relieve the burden. Stand by your convictions.

  • [5] December 1, 2015 at 10:03am

    Unfortunately, Glenn is somewhat of a progressive himself. Remember Terry Schiavo?

    He begged his listeners for weeks to contact congress and get a bill passed that got involved in a private citizen matter. But Glenn is constantly saying we have to be personally responsible because it is not the Gov-ments role to be in private matters.

    Had Terry been personally responsible she would have had a WILL in place which would have taken all the guess work out of her situation. So Glenn is like any other politician. It’s not okay to bypass the constitution, unless it is for my cause.

  • November 28, 2015 at 11:22am

    A member of my church recently confided in me
    (I lead financial classes) that his mother told him not to put her in a retirement home when the day comes that she wants him to care for her. Meanwhile she refuses to save money but spends it and has no retirement, or any other financial umbrellas. So is it responsible to be a burden on your children because we fail to invest in retirement? I know we say social security is there but it is not. You get a negative return on what you put in your whole life, so there will be no other option but to rely on your children or ask, as I stated before whether it be now or in the future, reliant upon society to take care of you because you chose the life you want and by proxy told someone else to pay for it. Again, not being offensive but rather blunt about the truth.

  • November 28, 2015 at 11:12am

    “you are on a pretty high horse.”

    Actually no, I am just pointing out the reality. You see, I grew up in a single parent home, if you wish to call it that. For most of my teenage years I was actually homeless. I watched people’s lives around me get ruined by drugs and alcohol. I have seen my baby sitter get beaten by her boyfriend while my little brother was still a baby. I have seen people shoot up, snort up, and light up right in front of me. I have seen dead bodies with their heads shot off due to drug users stealing from each other. I have lived in the worse of the worse that America has to offer. So no, I am not on a high horse. I simply know what real poverty is. I have had those special people that GOD had put into my life as I grew up who taught me small nuggets of info such as retirement, insurance, budgeting, and yes, basic survival. I have watched people get laid off after thirty years in one company with no retirement and health insurance. Who were very close to me and lost their life because they had no money saved up and no health insurance and refused to see a doctor for ailments. Recently a buddy of mine cut his finger off and is still forced to work because he has no disability insurance in place and no savings. The guy is miserable right now.

  • November 27, 2015 at 1:46pm

    You said “It would be better to be poor and to have children that were raised by their families than to have the riches of this world. Even, if you have to be on food stamps, to make it.”

    This statement is a long term statement. No one should have the right to dictate to another person that they must pay for you to live the life you want. Whether that be a fancy lifestyle or a lifestyle where one parent stays at home.

    Government Welfare (not entitlement, no one is entitled to anything but what they earn themselves) is a burden on tax payers and should not be used for people who want to have one parent stay at home. You said people need to sacrifice, I agree. But this also includes not demanding someone pay for your spouse to stay at home because you decided to have children.

    I mean no offence. But having a proper financial plan is expensive, and this does not include the luxuries you speak of. If you live as you speak of, but still dont have the proper insurance in place or are not contributing to your retirement then no, you are not making it.

  • November 27, 2015 at 1:38pm

    jrcherron I get what your saying. But just having one parent at home changes very little in regards to the “traditional family”.

    If dad or mom has to work 2 or three jobs he/she is still never home. That is still a broken home.

    You say that everyone wants big houses and big cars and thats what keep from having a traditional family. But if you break down a proper financial picture for families you will find that having nice things is only a small part in the problem.

    Do you have health insurance? Life Insurance on both parents (most people don’t) ? Disability Insurance (most people don’t)? Car Insurance? Homeowners insurance or renters insurance?These are vital but expensive.

    How about paying $900 a month too live in a better neighborhood vs $500 to live in ghettos? Is that your idea of “nicer houses”?

    How about a nicer car versus a junker which may not get you too work?

    What about retiring? Can you afford to put away 10% or 15% every month so your not a burden on your children or society?

    You say you have made it work on 36k per year with five children plus homeschooling. Did that include all the proper insurance and retirement? Which is part of being a responsible parent.

    Just like owning a house, YOU are responsible for the upkeep. If you cannot afford it then you should rent. Same goes for children.

  • [14] November 27, 2015 at 11:57am

    Look at all the illegals in the third video. Looks like the cops are trying to enforce American Laws in Mexico.

  • [5] November 26, 2015 at 10:09pm

    “Even, if you have to be on food stamps, to make it”

    If you can’t afford kids you should not have them. It is not my responsibility to care for your children long term.

    This type of mentality and the gov-ments use of inflation contributes to people having to work more for less.

  • [25] November 18, 2015 at 10:40am

    Well they dont listen to what the constitution says. So what makes us think they would listen to this?

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  • [71] November 12, 2015 at 10:03am

    What about Obama’s buddy who has ties to terrorism?
    Or his racist pastor?

    Or is that off limits?

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  • [71] October 31, 2015 at 11:03pm

    That skirt holds no comparison to black youths pants hanging down to their knees

  • October 27, 2015 at 11:33am

    Rabid, I am merely pointing out the fallacy in your arguments.

    Too many people cry out that they want someone that’s not a career politician, but then claims the new guy don’t have enough career politician qualifications.

    As far as the founders is concerned, I am absolutely correct. They were not all business owners, or lawyers, or politicians, or, or, or. As you have also pointed out. They did not have all the qualifications that everyone demands today.

    Since George Washington lost more battles than he won, with todays mentality he would not be considered for President.

    I could go on for hours, but why waste my time?

  • October 26, 2015 at 10:32am

    ” He has no political background”

    I suppose you also say a person must keep quiet about the constitution if they are not scholars?

    “no business background”

    The Gov-ment has no business in creating jobs. Thats not their role.

    “no legal background”

    By his own admission, Trump has made his money by “using the system”. Using eminent domain the way he liked was not legal. So why in the world would Trump want to change the system that he knows and made him rich?

    “no foreign background”

    Agreed on this one.

    Basically, you have just disqualified every one of the founders for their role in forming this country.

  • [15] October 25, 2015 at 11:33pm

    Last I checked it was never a presidents responsibility to create jobs. So what is trumps point exactly?

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  • [10] October 23, 2015 at 9:43pm

    “the strongest ever in the Western Hemisphere.”

    Is this a global warming type of assurity? After all we have no idea how big they have been since before we started recording.

  • [3] October 17, 2015 at 11:49am

    It WAS forced but she is not worried.

    We have a gov-ment comprised of crooks who make their own rules. She will never see a single day in jail. But rather continue on making millions and eventually we will have to deal with Chelsea’s husband and the clintons fortune.

  • [31] October 13, 2015 at 9:04am

    It amazes me how everything some other culture does is somehow okay. But anything a white person does is racist and barbaric.

    Yes, Columbus may have done some stuff that we today would not agree with. But even with their mentality at the time, they still saw fit to call the natives “savages” for what they witnessed. Scalping, skinning people alive with seashells, raping and murdering other tribes, plundering from other tribes, eating hearts of their victims, ect..

    In George Washingtons biography he talks about partnering up with the natives to attack the British. He recounts how disturbed he was when a native warrior hit the British general over the head thus cracking open his skull. Then he reached into the mans head and pulled out his brains, held them high, then hollered out a war cry.

    The point is… not one single culture has done something they have not already done to themselves.

  • October 11, 2015 at 10:11am

    The problem dcnative is that people are gullible. They lack the ability to think for themselves.

    People hear something and believe it right away, then without any understanding whatsoever, decide for themselves that someone is an idiot. When in reality they need to look at themselves.

    When people actually believe a sarcastic statement such as “guns just get up off a porch and shoot minorities”. We know the country is over if they actually vote.

  • [12] October 10, 2015 at 6:17pm

    Judging by your post and your one thumbs up. We know of at least two people who lack critical thinking skills.

    I especially love how you ended your comment with “stupid humans do make stupid opinions sound moronic”. It was just icing on the cake!

    And remember, Dont leave your racist guns unattended on the front porch. Safety First!

  • [31] October 10, 2015 at 8:57am

    Nice Try, Blaze!

    What about all those guns that I see sitting on porches without proper human supervision. They could just get up and shoot a minority that walks by without warning. Why dont we have laws preventing those?

    I dont see why we cant just have more laws so criminals will finally follow them. My liberal logic says if we can have equal misery for everyone then there will be less problems.

    Just saying.

    In reply to the contribution The Truth About America's Favorite Gun Myths

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