@Rob I got you and understand, that is part of the consequences of his actions. I may forgive him and you may forgive him and those he did perpetrated these acts on may forgive him. It matters not, because those who hate Christ now have more ammo for there guns! “He’s a hypocrite!” and “We need protection from him, not the gays!” will be yelled from the mountain tops because he gave his sin to Jesus and feels he is looking after children yet born. This cant be helped and if you are a parent is something you should work out with your kids, because the crap you do now have more than just immediate consequences but a life time of them as well. Thank you, PEACE.
 May 22, 2015 at 8:40pm
We did buy a Masterbuilt Turkey Friar based on Huckabee’s show’s recommendation, and it is great, but the general population isn’t going to vote for thumpers.
I remember when I first heard about gays in grade school; I thought they were joking with me and I wasn't gullible enough to fall for it. After all, guys can't have $3x with each other, there is nowhere to put it in! Oh to be that innocent again....
 May 21, 2015 at 5:06pm
Then I am an idiot.
[-10] May 20, 2015 at 8:17pm
I forget about Beck. He left Fox and I haven’t kept track of him.
Nice thought but for some reason certain elements of our society can compartmentalize life...and cannot make correlations between choices and outcomes.
I find it more than "intriguing" that such members can shout Hallelujah, walk the pews on Sunday and on Monday talk like the stereotypical sailor...and have many baby daddies...
She probably does take her to church, but children today like yesterday think their friends are smarter and more "modern" than a parent. Tough love always needed to protect them, especially in today's world of electronics.
Jesus did not say: ““I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. Unless, of course, the pressure of political correctness gets too great, then you can change things.”
 May 19, 2015 at 3:02pm
The purpose of religion is to offer ABSOLUTE moral truth. Relative truth gives no basis for faith. How can one be sure one is setting the correct course for their life if one is unsure if that course will change with the winds of the times.
It's absolutely relatively true sometimes in the proper setting.
Rush said something awhile ago that really made me think. He was commenting on how the WH was saying all these kids were joining ISIS was because they needed jobs and education. Rush basically said, bosh, it's because the West has become so morally relative and offers no absolute truth the kids feel lost - ISIS gives them that. They say - come here - we will give you something to believe in, something to die for - and that is something the left has been working hard to wipe out here. And that is why ISIS is growing. People are hardwired to want to believe - if they can't find the truth, they'll fall for a lie.
 May 18, 2015 at 8:31pm
I am glad no one has any recordings of my comments and actions in past relationships. Those are the WORST situations and we are all probably guilty of some really stupid stuff.