User Profile: Rebel-Alliance

Rebel-Alliance

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  • [9] August 30, 2015 at 11:34pm

    I like the movie “Super Bad,” I think it’s funny. Well, I was flipping through the channels today and MTV had that movie on, so I stopped to watch it a little. First off, all of the commercials and promos for upcoming MTV shows and whatnot are completely geared towards pre-teens and teens. What caught me off guard, though, was the fact that, here it was 4:30 on a Sunday afternoon and they allowed words like “t*ts” (slang for breasts), “g*ddamnit,” and “son of a b*tch” to be played completely unedited. I’m not a prude and I’ll be honest, I cuss, but I was shocked to hear it on TV at 4:30pm on a Sunday when kids were watching a channel that is geared for them. I see that MTV wants to be edgy and cool and break all the barriers. Liberal parents think it’s the right thing to do, that it’s giving their children more freedom, but allowing them to be exposed to this. Hmm, kids are more undisciplined than ever with absolutely no respect for anyone these days. I wonder how they got that way?

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  • August 28, 2015 at 3:04pm

    “Oh sh i t, homes, let me continue recording this instead of helping out. I’m gonna be YouTube famous and all over the news, essay.”

  • [1] August 27, 2015 at 2:45pm

    Kudos to this mayor and residents who back him and the longstanding tradition. If anyone recalls my many comments in regards to matters such as these, you’ll know that I am an atheist, but am nothing like the atheist extremists such as the FFRF and other groups. Those people disgust me. For decades, and even centuries, atheists have lived in peace alongside christians and have lived in peace with christian symbolism found everywhere. Now they suddenly can’t stand it. They are radicals, period. It doesn’t affect our daily lives, nor does it affect those of the FFRF. Groups like that are just cowardly bullies who believe that everyone should believe the way they do, and then bastardize the Constitution to get their way and threaten legal action. They are the scum of the Earth. Even though I don’t hold all of the same beliefs as christians, I stand with them in their fight against groups like this. I wish this town wouldn’t use the “work of art and historical piece” as an excuse. If the FFRF wants to talk Constitution, then hit ‘em with it. Separation of church and state IS NOT in our Constitution or any other founding document. When Jefferson spoke of it later, he meant for it to protect churches from govt., not the other way around.

  • [-1] August 27, 2015 at 12:35pm

    Here’s how you get Trump to show his true colors. Since he’s being so nasty towards Megyn Kelly and Fox News, Fox News needs to say hey, it’s unprofessional, unprovoked, and we don’t have to cover Trump. Then cut him off from their coverage (I know that’s very hard because he equals ratings). But if they do that, Trump will immediately run to MSNBC and become their best friend. Hell, if you push him hard enough, he’ll even announce that he’s running as an Independent, because that’s what he is. He will sell himself to the highest bidder (voter). He’ll be who the most voters want him to be. He does not care about the repub. party or conservatives. Then maybe his supporters will see that he’s simply not the right man for the job.

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  • [-3] August 27, 2015 at 12:27pm

    Trumps supporters (and those who will vote for him in the primary) need to understand that he’s just saying what you want to hear. He’s just saying what we all want to hear. You have to be able to look passed that and ask yourself if he’s truly a good conservative and the right man for the presidency. People like him because he’s not a politician. So what? He’s a business man, he knows how to blow smoke up your butt to make you feel all warm & fuzzy inside. He takes everything that the conservative & republican side are sick of and he fills us full of what we want to hear. Voting for Trump means screwing over the right conservative for the job.

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  • August 27, 2015 at 12:22pm

    No seriously, it really IS a “religion of peace.”

    In the shopkeepers defense, the guy really did open the cooler door very forcefully. Hard enough to pull the whole cooler away from the wall. I doubt he expected all of the bottles to fall, but he did yank the door open with a lot of force.

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  • [2] August 26, 2015 at 3:37pm

    @foxmodelb That’s the wrong attitude to have. I am an atheist but I am nothing like these extremist atheists who seek to remove all christian symbolism from the country. Many of us are just regular people who have no problem with your beliefs, we simply don’t feel the same. I acknowledge the good christianity has brought to American society. Even though I am not religious, I still hold many morals & values that were based in the christian religion. I also raise my son with those same morals & values, because they are good and beneficial to our lives and society. Don’t dislike someone simply because they do not believe the same as you. That makes you no better than a stinking liberal progressive. I will gladly stand & fight beside you in this battle against your beliefs, but if you automatically think all atheists are the bad guys, we have no reason to stand with you.

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  • [3] August 26, 2015 at 3:32pm

    Chanute, KS. Population under 10,000. Yet another relatively small American town being attacked by radical atheists. I say radical because I, too, am an atheist, but I’m nothing like these extremist groups who go around bullying small communities, small schools, and small organizations in an attempt to remove all christian symbolism from this country. I am not one of them, many of us are not. I support your freedom to practice christianity, I proudly served my country to help protect that right, and I will stand and fight by your side in this battle against your beliefs. These radicals only ever attack smaller towns, schools and organizations because they are bullies. They don’t have the stones to go after anyone bigger, people who will stand and fight and put them in their place. They choose the path of least resistance and it saddens me every time a town or school gives in to them. STAND AND FIGHT, christians!! Telling the media you’re tired of it AFTER it happens isn’t going to solve the problem. You have to take them head on. That is the American way. Stand up and don’t take crap from anyone. A picture of Jesus does not affect any atheist’s daily life. Nor does any of the other symbols these groups fight against. Notice that that picture hung there for decades. Do you think there were never any atheists in that school until now? Yes there were, but they were sensible people and weren’t bothered by it. We are dealing with extremists who deserve to be put in their place.

  • [2] August 26, 2015 at 3:22pm

    I guess they don’t embalm in Honduras. Or do any prep work to the body before burying. Just straight to the casket.

  • [7] August 25, 2015 at 7:02pm

    ESPN said the insinuation in the post was “completely unacceptable,” and “in no way represents our company’s perspective.

    So I guess what ESPN is saying is that they do support radical muslims, who terrorize the world, rape women, violently murder people just because they are christian, gay, or disagree, enslave women & children, behead people, and brainwash children into following in their horrific cause.

  • [1] August 25, 2015 at 6:57pm

    I hate this man with a bloody passion. He is a disgusting human being. He is a danger to our liberty and freedom and he is a traitor. The only “crazies” are those citizens who continue to love & support him. Blinded by misplaced loyalty to a stupid political party. Our Founders never intended for the American people to so blindly follow a single party that they turn their backs on liberty & freedom.

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  • [22] August 21, 2015 at 1:27pm

    It’s ironic that so many people in the comments are whining about the whining kid to stop whining. Practice what you preach. And try to enjoy a nice, non-political video that doesn’t enrage us for a change.

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  • [5] August 21, 2015 at 1:25pm

    If there were people in the yard, more than likely the mama wouldn’t bring her babies near. Or if she did, would get them out of there once she heard the people. For the most part, they still fear humans. Now if you approached them and disturbed them when they were simply minding their own business, that’s a different story.

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  • [6] August 21, 2015 at 12:17am

    Tell me why NO ONE on the left has ever deemed the term anchor baby offensive, until now?

    Holy crap, they will create victims out of anyone if they think those people will help further their destructive cause.

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  • [3] August 21, 2015 at 12:13am

    “they stomped me mercilessly, some with steel-toed boots,”

    Wait a minute. After supposedly being punched repeatedly by an angry mob, then falling to the ground in the fetal position, he was then able to determine the difference between regular shoes/boots kicking him and that of steel-toed boots? Damn, he has the most heightened sense of feeling on the planet. Like Spidey senses or something.

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  • [5] August 21, 2015 at 12:07am

    “Klein said she isn’t expecting to hear back from the groups they sent cakes to”

    I’m willing to bet she will hear back from them, but it won’t be what she’s hoping for. It will more than likely be responses of hate for who they are as people and the faith they practice. Many of these gays who attack christians are typical leftists. They only “love” the ones who agree with them, believe what they do, think the way they do, and give them what they want.

  • [1] August 20, 2015 at 1:24pm

    It sickens me that TheBlaze uses gawker media as a source for their own articles. They’re nothing more than a leftist tabloid rag disguised as a news blog. It’s no surprise that they reported this story. The only people they’re searching for in the Ashely Madison breach will be those who hold political & social opinions opposite those of gawker media. Whether the accounts are real or not, to them, it’s a smear campaign, period.

    I’m not defending the people who go on that site to cheat on their significant others & spouses, but who the hell do the hackers think they are? Some kind of moral police. Just a bunch of snot-nosed punks in their parents’ basements thinking they can change the world hiding behind their computer screens. Scumbags, all of them.

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  • [4] August 20, 2015 at 1:13pm

    By chance, through someone else’s page, I happened to notice on facebook about a week ago that some official page of some democratic organization had posted Carter was “one of the greatest presidents of all time.” Liberals are brain dead. Just as with Hillary, they refuse to call out the evils of members of their party. That’s what makes them so dangerous. That their favorites can do such horrible things, yet they still support them wholeheartedly. How can you be so stupid?

  • [7] August 20, 2015 at 1:09pm

    It’s always an anonymous caller who reports these things. Never big enough to stand behind their own beliefs, no matter how ridiculous they are. Knoxville, IA, a town population of just over 7,000. I keep pointing out that these stupid radical atheist groups only attack small schools, small towns, small organizations. They use lawyers and big words in attempt to scare them into submission. They are nothing more than bullies. No one ever fires back with the fact that the phrase separation of church & state is not in our Constitution and was never meant to mean what they’ve turned it into. It has been bastardized by progressives. That particular piece is meant to be a fellow soldier kneeling at the grave of a fallen comrade. The cross represents a military grave, just like the hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of cross grave markers found in national cemeteries all over. Notice these groups never go after those cemeteries. They never tell the govt., or military, or military families to remove those cross markers. Because they are bullies, they only pick on the small & weak. More than likely, this town will give in and take it down or move it to private property. Folks, I am technically an atheist. Please understand that these groups are radicals, they are nothing but extremists who want to mold the country in their own image. They are not like me or many others like me. We don’t have a problem with your religion or symbols that represent it.

  • [7] August 19, 2015 at 11:35pm

    “I want to vote Democratic because they’re more … open-minded,” he said.

    Yes, they’re open-mind…if “open-minded” meant having no tolerance for anyone who thinks differently than they do and no tolerance for christian beliefs, differing viewpoints, or differing morals & values.

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