User Profile: Purple Pinto

Purple Pinto

Member Since: November 30, 2010

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  • [2] June 29, 2015 at 8:21am

    Wow. So the goal I see behind this campaign is to keep everyone in an ultra heightened sense of awareness of their differences and an ultra heightened state of sensitivity. ALL of the responsibility for acceptance and assimilation lies with the non-minority person. This scenario paints a picture of the minority immigrant person as this fragile, hypersensitive party that is owed some special treatment. Interesting. Oh, and don’t mistake the message here folks; it is wrong to expect these immigrants to assimilate to OUR culture.

    So let me get this straight. When I as an anglo saxon female travel the globe and perhaps decide to take up residence elsewhere, I now have license to behave like a hypersensitive prima donna and not expect ANY different treatment from the native population?

    Wow. When I was growing up and moving around, I moved into a couple places where I was the minority. It was hard at times, especially in the last town that was rather cliquey. Carrying around this chart, I would have had the attitude that I was entitled to have a permanent chip on my shoulder and underlying hatred for those who said ANYTHING to me at all that acknowledged my origin. These folks that made up this list HAVE to be smarter than this. They HAVE to be. This is encouraging division and racism, while enabling childish behavior and expectations on the part of the immigrant. Humans are humans. They recognize difference. Get over it!!

  • [8] November 17, 2014 at 2:31pm

    People, please. The color of the man is not important. Trash comes in all colors, my own color included. He’s simply a greedy, dishonest creep.

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  • [26] September 11, 2014 at 2:53pm

    @sosorryforyou: DO NOT begin to think you are speaking for me or the majority of conservative Americans when you utter such drivel. Americans want their politicians to work together? Not if it means ‘compromising’ with the likes of Reid, Pelosi, McCain, Schumer, Feinstein and the rest of the liars. Working with such statists is exactly what we don’t want or need.

    What Americans truly want is more honorable men and women who stand for what is right, despite popular opinion. Cruz fits that bill. Now if we could just get our political strategists to stop acting like Boehners and listen to intelligent minds like David Horowitz, we might actually win an election or two.

  • [1] March 30, 2013 at 4:25pm

    Exactly!! ABC is to modern day as the Pharisees were to Christ’s time. They were trying to trap the truth teller. Christ showed us how to thwart this. Do not get into the gutter with the trash. Stop them in their tracks. You won’t win them over and you’ll only get yourself covered in their mire.

  • March 17, 2013 at 11:41am

    What a shame you don’t understand this important demographic – real men and what conservative women want. You’re left ******* and moaning with your other testosterone overdosed, under educated buddies degrading and disrespecting the opposite sex. The one that would keep you satiated and intrigued had you the least bit of understanding and respect.

    Conservative women appreciate real men. As for the liberal women? Anyone who is worried about appealing to ‘all’ is nothing more than a sell out.

  • February 29, 2012 at 9:00am

    We shall each be judged for our sins. God doesn’t grade sins as Really Bad, Sorta Bad, Not so Bad, etc. A sin is a sin. My gossiping may be seen as harshly as a killer. Hard to wrap our human brains around that concept, Knowing this, that even the priest denying the communion is an imperfect human, we are faced with a difficult task. Is it denying sacrament to a mocking sinner? Do you believe she should have asked the priest for forgiveness through confession first? The priest is but another human. Isn’t this woman’s soul and relationship in the hands of Jesus himself? Are we sanctifying our act of communion to deny it to a person blatantly and unrepentantly sinning or are we being judges when it’s not our place to do so?

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  • October 4, 2011 at 10:07pm

    On the nose, Ghost. Former waitress/bartender myself.

    It’s a stereotype, but for the most part, very true.

  • November 30, 2010 at 11:44am

    @Ummah Gumma, (love the Pink Floyd in your name!:)

    The ‘you lie!’ guy is Joe Wilson. Representative from South Carolina and re-elected in November. I honestly think without the threat of losing his standing in the house and committees, he still has the hudzpah.

    Nigel Farage is my newest hero!!

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