User Profile: Rebel-Alliance

Rebel-Alliance

Member Since: November 25, 2013

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  • [3] January 22, 2015 at 5:47pm

    As ridiculous as the crap is that comes out of liberals’ mouths, the problem is, they are given popular outlets to spew their hatred and rhetoric. Thanks to our nation’s biased media, they are given outlets like primetime news channels and well-read magazines such as Rolling Stone. Whereas those fighting for freedom and the Constitution are relegated to the background on lesser visited websites and tv channels. That’s why extreme liberalism is gaining strength…because the average American doesn’t seek out those lesser-known sources of information so they only hear the leftist point of view…and eventually fall for it.

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  • January 20, 2015 at 5:02pm

    @ J-Mo: The medal does not make the man. Are you happy to wipe out any national cemeteries that uses crosses as grave markers for our deceased Vets and replace those markers with something less religious? Such things as crosses on military memorials do not affect atheists in any way. Americans atheists lived in peace for a very long time knowing that religious symbolism could be found on our military memorials. They were smart enough to know it’s not hurting anything or anyone. Today’s atheists, on the other hand, are intolerant and hateful. Instead of simply ignoring things that do not affect them, they wish to impose their will on everyone.

  • [2] January 20, 2015 at 4:52pm

    I didn’t say she didn’t have the right to be upset. She should’ve been upset. I would have if it had happened to me. But there are still no signs that point to the fact that she’s a woman. Sure, the note writer could have been referring to that fact, but there is no indication. So while I think it’s fair she bring that up as a possibility, it should’ve ended there. She should not have demanded an apology for her & other female Vets.
    Those spots rely on the honor system. Not all Vets choose to put something on their vehicle that identifies them as a Vet. So it’s possible that the note writer feels there should be some form of identification on the car for Vets to park in one of those spots. That’s wrong, but that’s just as likely of an explanation as assuming it was sexist.

  • [1] January 20, 2015 at 3:51pm

    “I want them to know they owe me and every other female service member who’s fighting now and who’s fought in the past, an apology for jumping to conclusions,” she said.

    She immediately turned this into a sexist issue when she doesn’t even know why the person left the note. No, no one owes you and other female Vets an apology because you don’t even know if it had anything to do with being female.

    I thought it was strange that the supposed Vet who left the note insisted on identifying him/herself as a “wounded” Vet. If it was an issue of needing a good parking space because they were wounded, use a handicapped spot. Otherwise by identifying themselves as wounded, they’re just fishing for sympathy. Unbecoming of a Vet.

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  • [29] January 20, 2015 at 3:48pm

    BryanB, just because there are “Veterans Parking” signs at businesses doesn’t mean Vets believe they are owed something. The only business in my area that I know to have these signs is one Applebee’s restaurant (out of a few in my area, so it’s not a company-wide policy). As a Vet, I take advantage of it, not because I think they owe me, but because it’s a nice gesture by that restaurant and I appreciate them doing something for Vets. I look at it this way…that business acknowledges Vets and to show their appreciation, they give them a few nice parking spots. Not many businesses do something to acknowledge Vets. It has nothing to do with thinking we are owed anything. It’s a business showing its gratitude.

    Is that you in your avatar? The man in the police uniform? If so, why do you insist on using a photo that identifies you as a cop? Maybe because you’re proud of it. Well, what’s wrong with being proud to be a Vet?

  • [3] January 18, 2015 at 10:59pm

    I am, by definition, an atheist. But life’s mysteries intrigue me. History’s mysteries intrigue me. I believe in some form of afterlife, just not heaven as christians see it. So when I saw that Heaven Is for Real was on TV one night and noticed it was based on a true story, I thought I’d give it a try…despite my being non-religious. I’m very glad I watched it. Even if you are a non-believer, it’s a very touching story and a downright good movie.

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  • [2] January 18, 2015 at 10:55pm

    I am, by definition, an atheist. Except I don’t like to be called that because people then tend to compare me to people like you. I am nothing like you. You are an intolerant *****. But I’ll bet you claim to be a person of great tolerance, like all liberals do.
    If those teachings, passed down through centuries, continue to create good, kind, loving, well-disciplined people, then what’s it to you? It doesn’t hurt you, it’s doesn’t affect you in any way. You’re just too intolerant to see that. So you think you, and those like you, must push your views off on everyone. You don’t like it if christians push their beliefs off on your, yet you don’t have a problem doing the same to others. You think the world should be rebuilt in your image. You think you’re more advanced, more cultured, more evolved. You are sadly mistaken.

  • [19] January 18, 2015 at 10:31pm

    “the movie is not about him…it is about us”

    As a Vet, you’re going to get a lot of positive comments and thumbs up. But as a Vet myself, I don’t appreciate that you felt it necessary to draw attention to yourself. “…it is about US.” It’s that word “us” you could’ve left out. The movie is a huge success, that already says a lot. It represents something special so please don’t taint that and just let people honor our military in the best way they know how.

  • [3] January 15, 2015 at 12:04pm

    Their signs should say, “Black lives matter. Except for when it comes to black on black killings and black children being gunned down in drive-by’s.”

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  • [2] January 15, 2015 at 11:59am

    Maybe if the media reported on all the cases in which guns saved the lives of innocent people, the 2nd Amendment would have a better chance.

    Nice how this scumbag used the tragedy in France to push his pathetic agenda here. Typical liberal, always invoking children to push more control over the American people.

    I hate when these idiotic actors spew their worthless rhetoric. I thoroughly enjoy Neeson as an actor and love many of his movies. But when this happens, it makes it hard to support them. Any of them. Just go on collecting your millions for playing make-believe and shut up. Stop using your celebrity to spew your rhetoric to the people.

  • [1] January 15, 2015 at 11:55am

    “To try in any way to predict their actions or pander to them is a hopeless pursuit,” she added.”

    Right, because liberals prefer everyone to be easy to predict. They want their followers to do just that…follow, without dissension. They can’t pander to the free-willed among us because we are not sheep enough to fall for their lies, deceit, and hypocrisy. For tyranny to take root, it needs a people willing to look past its beginnings.

  • [1] January 15, 2015 at 11:48am

    So wait, he likens this with getting punched because you call someone’s mom a name. So is he condoning terrorist actions because they were “provoked?”

  • [33] January 15, 2015 at 11:44am

    They gave him $8 more than the bill. 15% of a $42 bill is $6.30. So no, it wouldn’t have been a “crummy tip” if they had let him keep it. Unless, of course, you’re one of those that believe that 20% is the new norm. But why do people in the food service industry who receive tips get to determine that norm? Oh sure, their cost-of-living expenses go up, but it does for the rest of us too. Most of us can’t go to our bosses and demand an extra 5% just because.

  • [3] January 14, 2015 at 3:38pm

    @ sasquatch:
    “A symptom of the disease that occurs when you take people who have nothing more than a GED/HS Diploma and give them a gun, badge and the authority they wish they’d had in high school.”

    Wow, that is completely an elitist point of view. So what you’re saying is, a college education is required to be a productive member of society and anyone without one doesn’t fit your standards of what a professional should be. You’re saying someone without a college education can’t be a good law enforcement officer. So when a criminal puts you in a bad position, I suppose you’ll tell the high school graduate cops to move along and send the one with a degree.

    Millions of those very same HS diploma & GED holders have defended, and continue to defend, our nation for over two centuries. Do you have a problem with them too?

    What’s more disheartening is the number of positive responses you got to your ridiculous viewpoint.

  • January 12, 2015 at 6:20pm

    This Steven Hewett guy is a total piece of crap…Veteran or not. I too am a Veteran. As a matter of fact, I am a non-religious Veteran. As a Vet, I know what I stood for while serving my country. I fought for the Rights & Freedoms of Americans, to include the Freedom of Religion, regardless of my own lack of religious beliefs. This Hewett clown was a disgrace to the uniform. Apparently he only fought for the Freedoms that fit his own agenda. As a non-religious person, I may not hold the same religious beliefs as christians, but I guarantee you I stand by them today in their fight for their own religious freedom that is under attack on a daily basis. Isn’t there any govt. agency with enough backbone to take on these atheists that are trying to mold our country in their own image? Our Founding Fathers would be disgusted by today’s United States. I weep for them and what they did only to see what we’ve done to it.

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  • [3] January 12, 2015 at 6:00pm

    Wow. Even The Blaze calls it “winter break” instead of Christmas break, as it used to be known before progressives took over.

  • [1] January 12, 2015 at 5:42pm

    Obama assured them the funding….just as long as they keep common core. He said, “No problem, I’ll just cut defense funding. We don’t need that anyway. We have no enemies because the war on terror is over.”

  • [2] January 11, 2015 at 4:08pm

    It couldn’t get any more staged than this. The guy playing with his phone was unnaturally disinterested when she told him they were on cam. A normal reaction would be to look up, notice what’s going on, then maybe smiling, saying you don’t want to kiss, something like that. You can tell he was acting disinterested. And then you have the 2 strangers kissing. They locked together in a very passionate kiss. Not your typical quick kiss like most do on the kiss cam. They were acting, they over-played the kiss.

  • [2] January 1, 2015 at 11:14pm

    “Wtf is Carson Daly wearing a NYPD hat? He supports police organizations who are willing to subvert elected government?
    — Lorelie Brown”

    How much are you willing to bet that Lorelie Brown supports Obama…who is more than willing to subvert elected government.

  • [8] December 24, 2014 at 10:09pm

    I probably wouldn’t even bother seeing this movie if it weren’t for the fact that Eastwood is the director. I know he’ll show the respect deserved.

    This won’t be a popular sentiment, but I feel PTSD is being used far too often as an excuse for every little trouble a soldier has. I’m not saying it’s not real, I’m just saying too many are using it as an excuse when they don’t have it. And for those who commit crimes or fail in life after military, it’s become the Veteran’s equivalent of claiming temporary insanity.

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