User Profile: Rebel-Alliance


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  • [1] December 18, 2014 at 3:42pm

    Liberals love science, right? So why don’t they ask a bunch of scientists & biologists to tackle the subject of homosexual human beings? One of the purposes, if not the SOLE purpose, of living creatures is to procreate. Some animals can even alter their sex to give birth when their mate dies. So how is it natural for humans to be gay? How can you carry on the continuation of your species with mating couples that cannot naturally bear offspring? Why doesn’t science tackle this? Because the gay community doesn’t want to hear that homosexual human beings is unnatural and makes zero sense in the animal kingdom.

    Also, I’m a bit disappointed that Willie didn’t stand up for his dad more. He gave a politician’s answer. What would have been great is if he said, “Look, Larry, I knew you’d try to bait me in with questions about race & sexuality because you want me to say something that goes against your own views and the views of liberals just so you and the rest of the media can rub my name in the mud.”

  • [8] December 17, 2014 at 6:06pm

    We’ve had Presidents who owned slaves and I still believe Obama could be the most racially divisive President in our history.

    One of our local radio talk show hosts was talking about this Michelle thing this morning. I think in her mind, she believes she is such a diva, she thinks she’s so famous and admired that no one could possibly cross paths with her and NOT know who she is. So when someone asked her for help at Target, that person must have known who she is, right? So the only logical explanation, in Michelle’s mind, is that the person was racist and just wanted to treat a black woman like a servant.

    She has ZERO class as a first lady.

  • [1] December 15, 2014 at 12:19pm

    ” but believes the gun industry needs to be held to “standard business practices” when it comes to assuming the risk for producing, making and selling a product. ”

    Are these idiots also suing Ben & Jerry’s because their ice cream makes people fat?

    What if any of these psychopath murderers use a Glock 9mm instead? The family members’ claim is the military-esque nature and power of the AR-15. Well what if the killer uses a pistol or a shotgun? They would still sue because they are irrational people. They’d simply find different grounds for the lawsuit if it had been a different gun.

  • December 15, 2014 at 12:12pm

    I didn’t want to believe that Bill Cosby was capable of doing the things those women are claiming, but the fact that he won’t come out and flat-out deny it is an indication that he knows he’s guilty. To think, one of the most wholesome men in show business is capable of sexually harassing, not one, but dozens of women.

  • [2] December 15, 2014 at 12:05pm

    If those techniques saved the lives of members of our military or stopped a plot to commit a terrorist act that would have taken the lives of innocent civilians, then I don’t care what they did to get the info out of them.
    Funny how the media had no problem calling them “enhanced interrogation” before, but now working under their savior, Obama, all of a sudden it’s torture.

  • December 12, 2014 at 10:51pm

    Some of THE most annoying commercials on TV (as if commercials weren’t annoying enough) are the Shaq Gold Bond commercials. He is a horrible actor, to include TV & movies, and I cringe every time one of those commercials comes on. I wish this doofus would just go away…and take the Kardashians with him.

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  • [9] December 12, 2014 at 10:36pm

    Our politicians, who get paid hundreds of thousands, sometimes millions, of dollars by our tax dollars are allowed to show their support for a criminal and a violent thug who tried to kill a cop. Athletes who get paid millions of dollars to play a game are allowed to go out on the field and show their support for that same violent thug, yet they cannot engage in religious practices on the field. All the while, officer Wilson’s brothers in blue are not allowed to show their support for their fellow police officer who could have lost his life that day to the same violent thug.

  • [1] December 11, 2014 at 11:39pm

    Awesome. So when I have a gift EXACTLY that size and a piece of wrapping paper EXACTLY that size, I know what to do. By the way, what are the dimensions on the gift and paper?

  • December 11, 2014 at 11:35pm

    That’s nothing. Listen to this one, so much better. Skip to about 3:45 in the video.

  • [8] December 11, 2014 at 11:11pm

    Ladies and gentlemen, I am, by definition, an atheist. And I’m here to announce that people like this Dan Barker and the Freedom From Religion Foundation can KISS MY A$$!

    They are a danger to this nation because they do not believe in freedom of religion, therefore do not believe in what our Founding Fathers created. Their biggest defense is to supposedly protect the rights of atheists, yet they have no problem trampling on the rights of christians to do it. I want nothing to do with people like that.

  • [14] December 9, 2014 at 12:39am

    If you didn’t catch it, one of the Darrell Wilson character’s jokes was that he said he was the victim. In other words, they were making fun of anyone who said officer Wilson was the victim. In other words, in their own sarcastic way, SNL was saying that yes, Michael Brown was the victim. They’re no different than all the rest of the loonies in the acting world.

  • [3] December 9, 2014 at 12:27am

    When I was a kid, our toy guns looked real, very real. I had an all black water gun that looked exactly like a machine gun, shoulder strap and all. I had a cap gun that looked like a very real .38 revolver. In fact, in a class in high school, we were writing, directing, starring in, and filming our own play that taught of the dangers of joining a gang. My teacher asked if any of us had any toy guns, and when I told him of my real looking cap gun, he said he most definitely wanted me to bring it. The more real the better. No one caused an uproar, the principal didn’t mind. As a matter of fact, he watched as we filmed the play. Could you imagine that today? You see, back then, we didn’t run around with these realistic toy guns pointing them at people, and especially not the cops. We simply played with them with our friends and siblings. They were toys…we understood that, as did everyone else.

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  • [90] December 9, 2014 at 12:19am

    We have to be rational about this. If not, we’re no better than lefties. I support Darren Wilson fully. He made the right decision, as did the grand jury. I have yet to watch the Eric Garner video, so I won’t comment. This individual did have his hands in the air, but it also appears he took a couple small steps towards the cops. Hard to tell. Even if I were to say it was a justified shooting, I still believe they were trigger-happy and should’ve displayed much more discipline when discharging their firearms. As a former cop in the Air Force, we were trained to “double-tap” (shoot twice, center mass), assess the target, repeat only if necessary. Several of the shots were fired after he went down. Those were unnecessary. With 3 cops firing, the threat was neutralized immediately. We all know adrenaline is pumping in situations like this, but cops should be trained to control themselves.

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  • December 9, 2014 at 12:02am

    Small correction, Tankertony. E Pluribus Unum means “Out of many, one.” You had it reversed. It represents the forming of a single nation from the 13 colonies.

    Edited: Maybe I misunderstood you. Maybe you were saying the government’s version is “out of one, many.” If so, I apologize.

  • December 8, 2014 at 11:58pm

    It’s disheartening really. For those of us who love what our Founding Fathers started and believe in our Constitution, believe in the Republic, what chance do we have anymore? They control our media, they’ve infiltrated our schools and indoctrinate our children. They use their bureaucratic powers to hinder our allies. For all the damage that continues to be done, even the actions of our allies in elected office does very little to reverse the damage that’s been done. I’m afraid we’ve passed the point of no return. How do we fight this?

  • [3] December 5, 2014 at 10:52am

    Dancing around the facts, or flat-out ignoring them, to push their agenda. Using a case in which a cop defended himself against a violent man who attempted to kill him as a spark to claim civil rights violations. Using cases of crazy people shooting others as a spark to eliminate guns. HOW IS IT THAT HALF THE COUNTRY SUPPORTS THESE PEOPLE? And that number is growing.
    I’ve said it all along, if you want to oppress and bring tyranny to a nation of free people who will fight for their freedom, you have to first fundamentally change those people. If a nation’s people are not willing to bend to a govts. will, then those people need to be made to believe that the govt. knows best. Do we not see a fundamental change in the American people?

  • [2] December 3, 2014 at 8:31pm

    So let me get this straight, Al. The witnesses that say Brown was the aggressor, that it to say the ones who you DISAGREE with, they “don’t provide a full picture,” according to you. But, BUT, the witnesses who say his hands were up in surrender, that is to say, the ones you AGREE with, they DO provide a full picture. Got it. So just like damn near every other racist black person that’s been placed on camera, you, as a U.S. Congressman no less, have no problem manipulating the evidence to suit your own lousy opinions and have no problem perpetuating a lie to promote the continuation of racial tensions in this country.
    Why don’t any of these news anchors grow a spine and fire back at these morons with what needs to be said? Why didn’t she call him out on standing on the floor of the United States Congress using that ridiculous gesture? Let me guess, Al, if you had a son, he’d be Michael Brown.

  • [1] December 2, 2014 at 11:43pm

    So if it is “just a piece of cloth,” then why do they find significance in burning it?

    This is why this country is in deep, deep trouble…because our younger generations think “it’s just a piece of cloth.”

  • [6] December 2, 2014 at 11:38pm

    Wow. Kids can’t say the Pledge of Allegiance in class because it contains the words, “Under god” in it. Prayer or any form of religious act isn’t allowed in schools because atheist extremists claim it’s against the separation of church & state. Yet it seems that political actions are more than welcome.
    So in summary: Freedom of religion is out and talking about it isn’t protected by the 1st Amendment, but indoctrination of school children to follow a particular political idealism is perfectly acceptable.

    I am, by definition, an atheist, but I am not one of “those” atheists. I believe in what our country was founded upon and what our Founding Fathers created. Regardless of what I believe, or don’t believe, I will stand by christians to protect their inalienable right to practice their religion.

  • [1] December 1, 2014 at 11:54pm

    When it comes down to it, liberal progressives will always resort to demonizing those who stand on the opposite side of their views because, in the end, they have nothing solid to stand on. Even when they try to say what’s right, they can’t help but demonize the other side in the process. They have to try to discredit the other side because their foundational principles simply don’t work. But what’s worse is that about half the country, and climbing, falls for it.

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