User Profile: Rockapine


Member Since: October 30, 2012


  • [11] 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.

  • [9] 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.

  • [1] 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.

  • [34] 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.

  • [23] 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.

  • [3] 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?

  • [13] 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…

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  • 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!

  • [5] 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.

    Progressives are idiots.

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  • [5] 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.

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  • [10] January 28, 2016 at 2:21pm

    I’m continually amazed and disappointed by the people who don’t understand that hot air out of his mouth is the same as the hot air out of the current windbag-in-chief….hopey-changey-smarmy ******** with no substance, and there are people buying it wholesale because this time, the mouthpiece is on the R ticket.

    Do you really not understand that the big business buffoon has a bought list as long as the Clintons? I wouldn’t be surprised if he had a similar body count, frankly.

  • [2] January 7, 2016 at 7:21pm

    Easy now…the poor horse can’t help who his owner is…no point taking it out on the poor beast!

  • [3] November 30, 2015 at 4:20pm

    So much assumption, so little theology…

  • [4] November 30, 2015 at 4:19pm

    The last acceptable bigotry is anti-catholicism. Even christians who would condemn those who speak again non-christian religions have no problem mocking Catholics.

  • [23] August 24, 2015 at 11:03am

    A neuroscience phD doesn’t think vaccines are safe, and you’re critical because you know better.


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  • [6] August 11, 2015 at 3:56pm

    Makes for a slight twist on the old joke about “how do you make a million dollars farming? Start with two million”

  • [10] June 28, 2015 at 8:45pm

    Jeff needs a good catechism class and a stiff shot of proper spiritual direction. Where’s Padre Pio when we need him? (I say we because frankly, I could use the same!)

  • [12] June 14, 2015 at 9:25am

    Your ignorance is laughable.

    A real, genuine argument is too much to ask? I mean, really. First the ‘only one way and that’s through Jesus’ (to Whom do you suppose the Blessed Mother intercedes? Joe the Plumber? Her Son. (I certainly hope you remember that you are forbidden to pray for anyone, nor may you ask for their prayers, lest you behave hypocritically.)

    Further, the Church Fathers, the apostles, and the earliest writings of the Church, the historical record of Christianity, shows just how very wrong you are.

    No doubt your esteemed pastor learned that Osiris bit at seminary, and you parrot it back at every opportunity like a trained monkey, regardless of the logic of the matter. I suppose Christ fell from Heaven, somewhat like the KJV?

    You couldn’t accurately elaborate on one teaching of the Church, and yet you feel secure mocking, judging, and denigrating.

    And they mock Catholics for not thinking for themselves… Lol.

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  • [26] June 14, 2015 at 9:14am

    Amen Dudley. We’ve done that on several occasions, should do it again. We’ll be a month behind, but we’ll stand with you.

  • [12] June 10, 2015 at 10:55am

    If the morning after pill prevents implantation of a fertilized egg, it absolutely causes abortion. Abortion is the death of unborn offspring, be it human, bovine, equine, intentional, accidental (though accidental/unintentional has been termed differently in recent years to differentiate) or anything else. A fertilized egg has spontaneous growth and requires only the nutrition and oxygen provided by the placenta. Its blood supply, etc. develops separately from the mother.

    It is absolutely abortifacient. Any argument to the contrary is in spite of the facts.

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