User Profile: seraphimtheapologist

seraphimtheapologist

Member Since: April 09, 2011

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  • March 26, 2014 at 7:30am

    That is simply untrue. I have had pitt bulls for years. I have found them to be loyal, and cuddly, loving dogs. They are without agression unless trained into it by unloving humans.

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  • February 5, 2014 at 7:41pm

    Actually, Pat Robertson’s view is not dissimilar to my own. I cannot ignore either the evidence for God, or the evidence for evolution. The Bible says God created man from the dust f the earth. Evolution says, basically, an evolved from the dust of the earth. Whose to say that evolution couldn’t be the mechanism by which God accomplished our creation?

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  • February 5, 2014 at 7:38pm

    “We must disclose the sources of the money in our campaigns, amend the Constitution to reverse the grievous error of the Citizens United decision, reform our broken campaign finance system and empower citizens everywhere to exercise their right to vote, unless it’s for a Republican. We can’t have that. We have to stop people from donating to and voting for Republicans.” Cut the nonsense Pelosi. This is about cutting money to the GOP. That is all. At least be honest. Sheesh.

  • January 21, 2014 at 8:49pm

    I agree that Obama is treasonous and tyrannical, but language calling for his execution is provocative and inflammatory. Making movies where a masked vigilante kills a British PM tantamount to George W. Bush, or a mocumentory about killing George W. Bush… or wishing someone would assassinate George W. Bush, as countless celebrities have should have also been inflammatory and should not have been tolerated either. The reason people expect us to behave ourselves is because we actually have standards. I won’t call for anyone’s resignation, but he aught to apologize, and cool it with the provocative language. BTW, I am a proud Libertarian. I just don’t think this kind of language helps the national dialogue.

  • January 14, 2014 at 10:46am

    Terrior mix, code word for Pittbull. If people knew the kind of abuse this breed endures, or how wonderful they are when rescued they would not feel the need to hide the breed in articles like this for fear the dog may not engender the desired sympathy. My dog is the best dog ever. Loyal, loving and obedient. She is a rescue. She is a Pittbull, she is the norm. This is a great dog, and I hope that people understand that the only reason a pitt goes bad is thanks to owners like the creep in the article. Hell has a special place for people who abuse children and animals.

  • August 24, 2013 at 6:38pm

    And the fact that when Treyvon was four minutes from his destination he turned around and rushed to confront Zimmerman and attacked Zimmerman, broke his nose, knocked him down and bashed his head into the pavement has no relevance to MLKIII why? I agree that Zimmerman (an Hispanic by the way) should have stayed in the car, but if Treyvon hadn’t turned around and made the conscious decision to escalate things to violence he would still be alive. It may be harsh, but it has to be said. Facts do matter.

  • August 24, 2013 at 6:30pm

    I respectfully disagree, having played games all my life, and also enjoying target shooting. The mechanics of aiming and firing in a video game are quite a lot more complex than aiming and firing a gun in real life.

  • August 24, 2013 at 6:26pm

    Agreed! I am very glad to see that there a lot of folks on this page are of the same mind. It’s refreshing to see personal responsibility advocated over banning stuff. The parents are absolutely to blame for this.

  • August 24, 2013 at 6:24pm

    Agreed.

  • August 24, 2013 at 6:22pm

    Amen!!! you hit the nail on the head!!!

  • August 24, 2013 at 6:22pm

    Inanimate objects do not kill people, but irresponsibly leaving firearms out where a curious kid can access them can lead to tragic accidents. The kids in my household do not get to play M rated games, watch R rated movies, and our guns are under very tight lock and key. I hate how the left goes after guns and the right goes right for “ban the video game!” This incident should be, however, a clear cut case for the need for more responsible parents and caretakers. For the love of pete why was an 8 year old playing an M rated game and why was a loaded fire arm in his grasp? And for those who think that playing video games is “practice” for shooting people? Um, no… Dual analogue controls do not aiming mechanics make. Sadly firing a gun is a lot easier than playing most video games. Let’s not talk about banning stuff, let’s talk about being responsible parents and care takers.

  • August 24, 2013 at 6:14pm

    Neither the game nor the gun caused this tragedy. Why on earth the caretaker had a gun accessible to a curious minor, or the other hand, raises a great many questions. I have a lot of guns. Not one of them is accessible to the kids. Every single one of the is under lock and key. If nothing else, this is a reminder that while guns should be legal and people should have the right to carry, gun safety is of the utmost importance. I am sick of the left trying to make stuff like this about guns and the right blaming video games. THINGS are not to blame, carelessness, in this case, is. Keep your fire arms locked up and accidents like this won’t happen.

  • June 30, 2013 at 1:24pm

    Completely agreed. Nancy Pelosi advised the GOP to get rid of the Tea Party and they did, look how well the 2012 cycle went when 3-4 million conservatives and Libertarians sat it out. In reality Byron York pointed out that Obama won 71% of the Hispanic vote who made up only 8.4% of the total electorate. Romney would have needed 73%. Getting Bush’s numbers with Hispanics, 40%, would not have won the election, but turning out those 3-4 million registered Republicans who sat it out would have. If we look at the GOP as a business it’s in serious trouble. Instead of trying to strengthen it’s base consumer and expand from there it is trying to woo it’s competitor’s base consumer at the same time it is cannibalizing it’s own base consumer. It’s a suicidal business strategy, and even more so in politics. They now have less than a year and a half to straighten themselves out and make themselves appealing to their base consumer/voter. failure to do so means they loose the house.

  • August 27, 2012 at 11:54pm

    This is precicely why we need to stay off the social issues. We have the economic message down pact. We need to stick with what we know. Before we can convince the world to follow our morality we should prove to the world that we are right on the economy. Note to all GOP candidates! Shut up about the social issues. In the words of the fish faced thing from Return of the Jedi “It’s a trap!”

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  • August 19, 2012 at 4:37pm

    Gary Johnson cannot articulate the principals of his or any other party. I watched the debates, I’ve seen him on TV. He’s essentially Baldrick quipping “I have a cunning plan!” and leaving it at that. http://seraphimtheapologist.blogspot.com/2012/08/gary-baldrick-johnson-spoiler-alert-he.html?spref=fb

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  • August 11, 2012 at 1:26am

    Yay!!! A libertarian leaning VP! Awesome!

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  • August 11, 2012 at 1:25am

    I don’t, I’m just indifferent toward it. To me marriage is a religious thing. If you’re religion is okay with it who am I to tell you you’re wrong. If you’re religion is opposed to it, then it’s up to your preacher to tell you that you’re wrong. If you’re irreligious then why are we having this argument?

  • June 27, 2012 at 12:59am

    So far voter turn out for this primary seems pretty low. It seems that voter apathy in Utah is the real winner of this election.

  • April 29, 2012 at 2:09pm

    It’s not bigotry to call out adultery or fornication as sin, it’s not bigotry to do likewise to homosexuality. That said I do not have the power to impose my worldview. What people do in the privacy of their own home is their business, but I don’t want to hear about it either…

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  • April 29, 2012 at 2:00pm

    The Democrats may have been semi-normal when John Boehner was a kid, but today’s Democratic party are the radical extremists from the 1960s. they are literally a whose who of commie and hippie activists from that era. There is no reasoning with them they are the Alinsky generation and while Boehner is right, they are beneath the dignity of their office and America does better, this incendiary language, left unquestioned by the MSM wins elections sadly because no one has the facts, just inflammatory rhetoric and false accusations. When will Republicans wake up and realize you cannot reason with this insanity, you have to defeat it! I am so tired of hearing “we need to reach across the isle”, why, so they can keep blaming us when they screw up?