You know it’s a trainwreck when the dictionary definitions come out.
May 20, 2016 at 1:54pm
You have had blessings in your life that other have not had, and I am happy for you, that you have been so blessed. Should you find yourself trying to work and raise children, I hope you find more compassion shown to you than you have displayed here. Husbands are not guaranteed for life, and there are more than a few women trying to pick up the pieces following an unexpected death.
However, for you to advocate the abortion of children who will grow up in what you deem to be less than perfect circumstances is absolutely reprehensible, and for you to preach it to others, even more so, especially while purporting to espouse Christian principles.
Life is a blessing regardless of the circumstances, and it is not ours to take. Period.
You know nothing about me. What blessings are you claiming I've had? I don't advocate any abortion and I oppose all abortion. You fundamentally misunderstood my comment.
Of course unexpected deaths happen, but that changes nothing I've said.
 May 20, 2016 at 1:44pm
It’s your right to choose, unless you choose life.
Then they want to dictate your choice of medical care…schooling…etc.
 May 19, 2016 at 2:51pm
Would you have the same stance were the issue infanticide and not abortion?
The crime is the same, only the location has changed.
If you will not defend them now, why bother defending them later?
 May 19, 2016 at 2:48pm
Not trying to be pedantic, but that’s not quite accurate.
As a fallen angel, Satan knows that man is made in the image of God, and that as glorified (possessed of an eternal soul) animals who are the only creation capable of working with God to create more eternal souls, human life is extraordinarily precious.
THAT is why he despises life and does everything possible to get us to destroy ourselves. By getting us to destroy ourselves, he accomplishes two ends: the destruction in effigy of God, and the acquisition of souls.
It was a publicity stunt from the very beginning. Are people really this gullible to fall for this without skepticism? Follow the money.
 May 11, 2016 at 8:59am
As long as he still has outdoor plumbing, and we’d ALL know if THAT had been refitted, he is a functional man dressing as a woman, ergo transvestite.
New plumbing work doesn’t eliminate the Y chromosome, but that’s an arugment for another time.
 May 9, 2016 at 10:38pm
Did you miss the part where Dana said that was *The Whole Point* of her diatribe?
 May 5, 2016 at 6:10pm
Let the dumpster fire begin.
 May 3, 2016 at 10:11pm
Gary Johnson is prochoice. As such, he is unfit for office in my opinion. I will not vote for a baby killer.
 May 3, 2016 at 9:05pm
He’s pro-choice. I won’t vote for a baby killer. Haven’t yet, not about to start now.
 May 3, 2016 at 3:52pm
Annnnd here is a fine example of making decisions based emotion not logic.
Emotions are a ****** way to make decisions.
 May 2, 2016 at 11:28am
Only by those who are raising “speshul snoflakes”. The rest of us recognize that we are raising children to be men and women, not overgrown children like Twigglypuff…and apparently, Palter.
 April 26, 2016 at 4:39pm
Loving your child and encouraging them to continue along a destructive path are not the same thing.
An eight-year-old child doesn’t know what he or she wants. The brain does not mature until it is fully myelinated, at approximately 25 years of age.
 March 30, 2016 at 9:20am
With all due respect Polit one of the first lessons I learned as a kid was do not climb over a fence with hot wire. You *will* get zapped. Crawling thru very tentatively was much safer. Not that you could expect a lib to know that.
On second thought…might be a good show. Popcorn anyone?
 March 8, 2016 at 9:11am
Apparently you are unaware of the possibility of not claiming charitable deductions? My tax return says I have given nothing charity…for years. What I give to charity is none of anyone’s business, but God’s, and He doesn’t require a form submission to the government, nor the approval of my local church or its leaders.
As opposed to some, who like to trumpet how much they give…
So according to you its fine to give without claiming it. But only for you. If Trump gives to charity, he damn well better claim it so that he can prove how charitable he is to you? Yea, that not that's not hypocritical and downright disingenuous at all.
You NAILED IT.
Most of people impressed with Cruz's faith have no clue what a Dominionist is.
They should at least look the cult up before they sign on with Rearend Cruz.
February 2, 2016 at 8:04pm
Nope, never served with women, but I’ve worked with and fired plenty of the type that I was referring to, and I prefer working with men.
I’ll insult bobbleheaded men and women just the same-I lack patience for the vapid, regardless of gender. I wholeheartedly agree-there are exceptional women who serve, the same way there are exceptional men. They were not the ones to whom I was referring.
I doubt that the ones forced into service will be so pleasant…and draftees will run the gamut from the good ones to the not-good. *They* are the ones to whom I was referring. When someone can’t handle moving a box out of archives because it’s ‘dirty’, how will she handle ‘shark week’ under battlefield conditions?
I’m glad that the ones who CHOSE to serve made your experience more pleasant-the ones who do so willingly, I have tons of respect for. No question, no argument there. Non-issue.
I am a woman, by the way, straight, single, and successful in a heavily-male-dominated good-old-boys-club field *because* I work my ass off. I suspect you and I are standing on the same side of the fence-that the media and the public need to quit hamstringing the military and allow them to do their job-but you misunderstood me to be insulting women in general-not the case.
Sidenote: I’m certain the women you work with would appreciate your defense of them!
 February 2, 2016 at 5:41pm
Great. So we’ll let the decisions be made the ‘But it’s not fa-ir’ crowd, as opposed to the ones actually dealing with the consequences, and endanger MORE American lives as a result.
When some pretty little bobblehead who’s spent her entire life studying the Kardashians gets blown in half because she was drafted against her will, the media will have a heyday and we’ll never hear the end of it.
And if you think that female draftees won’t be getting knocked up to avoid the draft, you’re insane. Genuinely unwanted babies, conceived only to serve a purpose? That’ll end well for the little one.
You obviously have never served with woman. They're just like men in regards to some try harder and do more then lazy men. While others do not. Not all woman are without honor and integrity. Do not insult them and do not think women are idiots. They can be intelligent, not all women like the Kardashians. If a woman gets blown up as you say maybe the media will finally untie the hands of the military. All this from a guy who had to deal with the consequence of women in the military. They actually made it rather more pleasant.
Haha well I definetly can’t argue with you that alot of women forced to serve would not do so well I also think that sadly applies to most men too. Keep up the good work in your field and teach those good old boys a lesson :)
 February 1, 2016 at 4:08pm
That’s a great idea, aside from the fact that the world market is no longer a free market, and you cannot reasonably expect American farmers to compete on a world stage with subsidized countries, especially when many of those countries were our customers at one point.
Ag economics is a tangled mess and I don’t know how to fix the situation. You can’t blame the farmers though, Uncle Sam is the problem.
I would agree that Uncle Sam is the problem, but I think it's fair to say that farmers need their subsidies in the same way that inner city poor need their welfare. Either way it's people scrambling for their government free stuff, and voting for whoever promises them that free stuff.
On the other hand, at least the farmers are producing something other than babies.
Have they grown too addicted to their subsidies to innovate and cut costs, just as those on welfare lose incentive to work their way up and out of poverty?
BALTHAZOR and ROCK, "Ag economics is a tangled mess and I don’t know how to fix the situation"
"On the other hand, at least the farmers are producing something other than babies."
Both of you are on to it. Ag subsidies and welfare are linked in a sick cycle. Welfare kids are fed through ag subsidies i.e. food stamps and more kids on welfare mean more ag subsidies.