User Profile: singingcowboy674


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  • [3] January 30, 2015 at 9:19am

    Every liberal does not automatically equate to anti Constitution. I am glad it happened THIS WAY as there is hard evidence of clients rights violation and false arrest. SF is going to be paying out big bucks to these Obama voters and the inspector may face jail time.

  • [7] January 18, 2015 at 12:28pm

    Wow. Lol Nothing funnier than ignorance so hardline displayed. You THINK you know what you are talking about when you don’t have a light bulb burning of an idea about the multifacetes of reality. I am quite sure however that there are a few of you “elites” out there that have this thing nailed down so snuggly. Least in your own minds. Lol

  • January 16, 2015 at 3:15pm

    I think that the point to the company policy is more in line w the doctrine of in a robbery the best thing to do is to simply separate yourself from the asailent as quickly as possible. Unlike the scenario here where it was a driver outside the store, if you have a store robbery it’s most likely money that they are after and not to hurt anyone. But because they have a gun they don’t want to develop the potential for a hostage situation if the employee had come up short on the jump. Or they don’t want a shootout to ensue, possibly endangering customers with crossfire. Or the employee wielding the weapon who may be inferior to the criminal to lose his or her life in the fight to protect company money that is insured in the first place. That might never develop into a firefight if there had been no challenge.

  • [2] January 16, 2015 at 1:34am

    Maybe it is the amount of advertisements on the site.

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  • January 12, 2015 at 9:32pm

    I see “drugged” in all 3 of the cohorts. Dempsey who shot himself in the leg looks about like the only COHERENT person in the whole group! Maybe he’s their leader or something. The other 3 look like they are completely strung out. Sad for the two girls. They look awful for their age. Drugs will hurt you in a lot of ways. Remember that kids.

  • [55] January 12, 2015 at 9:03pm

    That is the only argument that I believe has merit as much as there is a gut reaction against it. From a practical standpoint I could agree or at least see the argument as legitimate and debatable. That who separation clause argument though I don’t agree with in it’s entirety.

  • January 12, 2015 at 8:57pm

    I think they should just bring a class action and everybody who is offended, pay them and send them on their way. Period. If they won which I don’t think there is grounds.

  • [-1] January 12, 2015 at 8:55pm

    The separation clause as so many of you refer to it as is not referring to promotion of a particular religion at all. It is about COMPULSION. It is about forcing you to give up your right NOT TO WORSHIP WHOMEVER YOU WISH OR AT ALL and force you to bow at the cross or pay homage to the Christian symbols set therein to utilize the memorial. It’s not about their mere presence. It’s about the COMPULSION TO WORSHIP. Not about shown preference.

  • [-1] January 12, 2015 at 8:50pm

    I hear that a lot J-Mo. But I find different evidence for that in my own heart. So therefore, I myself cannot honestly ascribe to the assumption that He is dead and that He is not coming back. I admittedly would be upset if I found that He was not returning. However there is no fear of that becoming a recognized reality as I fully expect to see Him in the remainder of my lifespan (currently 40) if my life is not prematurely cut short of course.

    I do realize that you too have the same staunch stance that you are correct in your assumption that He did not come back from the dead, He didn’t ascend to the Father and He isn’t returning. And against all quantifiable, logical odds in your opinion He will not return and He does; what kind of reaction will you have? I mean barring everything else. Let’s throw logic and reason, etc. completely out the window and venture into la la land for a minute. If EVERYTHING in the Bible comes to pass and you are before God and it comes to the part described above- “Every knee shall bow, and every tongue shall confess that Jesus Christ is Lord (King).”, would you do so with a shrug that you were wrong? Would you try and spit in His face as you bowed? Would you stand in rage? Defeated acceptance? Astonished acceptance? Melancholy or bewilderment? Open defiance? Or would you embrace what you know now as error and do so without grudge in true worship?

  • [-1] January 12, 2015 at 8:37pm

    When you go to court regarding the legal grounds in taxing the American people’s income you will find that the LAW strictly forbids it. At the same time, when you go to court with something like that the judges DISREGARD the WRITTEN LAW for the sake of precedence. Out of AN ASSUMPTION. That has been PROPAGATED by powerful people who have lots to gain in the status quo and lots to lose if things went the other way.

    The separation clause isn’t truly a actionable clause UNLESS the violation is as such that there is FORCED WORSHIP or “recognized official religion”. That word “recognized” not referring to a nod of agreement or a not of preference or anything of that sort. But rather a compelling at the government’s gun to worship a prescribed way or worship at all. IF the city set a rule at that war memorial that you had to BOW at that cross, or that you had to PRAY or pay homage to the Christian God upon approach in violation of your open right to not be COMPELLED TO WORSHIP, THEN there would be legal grounds. Because you would be FORCED to violate your freedom NOT to worship at all if you so choose by being forced to bow, pray, etc. in order to utilize or enjoy the monument. The atheists’ right not to be compelled to worship is not violated by that cross. It’s an ANNOYANCE but it is not restrictive of rights. And this is bad precedence. :(

  • January 12, 2015 at 7:56pm

    I believe they should be able to say what they want. I also believe those counter protestors had the right to do what they did. As they did not hurt anybody or touch anybody. I’d imagine and very good observation I might add about the whole “fire in a crowded theater” bogus analogy often used, that they were ON private property if they were indeed not simply on the right of way NEAR the property. But even though the arena allows public, it’s still privately owned and operated and it seems the counter protestors acted on behalf of the land owners “in agency”. I’m firmly anti-homosexual. So far as behavior. I don’t believe that God “HATES” homosexuals. I believe He loves them and wants to see them made whole. I believe He wants to draw them into the fold of Christ. And heal them. Big difference in disagreeing with one’s lifestyle and truly hating. The opposite of love isn’t hate either. It’s actually fear. However the context they are using it is impossible. Because they are saying God fears. Which is not true. God doesn’t fear. Because Perfect Love casts out all fear (hate). No room for it.

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  • January 8, 2015 at 5:13am

    No need or use elevenoclock. This country is Babylon. And Babylon will fall. This year. Be a good steward of the money that you have. Pray. Fast. Make provision for your family. Move if you are anywhere near New York City, Florida, Las Vegas and any major city in California. I might be scared of Seattle too. They will be destroyed. This year. Completely. The rest of us are going to be in a fight. Russia, China, Mexico, Cuba, as well as several other South American countries as well as N. Korea I believe. There will be a internal struggle goaded into by communists. While the government is occupied with that, they will take us by sub.

  • January 8, 2015 at 5:04am

    I was driving on a two lane freeway on the right lane. As I drove, I saw that ahead of me, the road was badly damaged on my lane. It looked like there was a large crater in the road. There were large pieces of concrete piled around a hole in the road. The hole was as wide as a car.

    The damage was only in the right lane. As I drove closer, I changed lanes to go around it, so I got in the left lane. As I passed the road damage, I began to increase my speed until I was traveling about 30 MPH.

    When I went beyond the crater, I was going to return to the right lane but suddenly, elephants appeared in the right lane next to me. The elephants were normal sized and they all had red blankets on their backs.

    There were many of them. They were walking in a line, holding each others tails, like you would see in a circus. Almost as soon as they appeared, something spooked them and they began running. They remained in the right lane as they ran, but I could hear their voices of fear. Some of them trumpeted as they ran in a stampede. But even in their panic, they remained in a line.

    Their speed increased until they were running as fast as my vehicle which was about 30 MPH.

    I kept watching them as I traveled next to them but then they all began to take an exit that appeared on the freeway.

    As I passed them and looked back, I could see that there were many of them, about thirty to fifty, running on the exit ramp. There could have been more, but I could not count all of them. They were

  • [1] January 8, 2015 at 5:03am

    The 2014 mid-terms are now history. The results are in. The people of America have spoken. The Republicans had an overwhelming victory. The Democrats took a thumping.

    So does this mean that all will be well? Has America been rescued? Is the recovery certain? Some people on talk radio may think so. Others may be thinking that Obama can now be stopped with his undertaking of insanity.

    I have already received a few emails from those who are well meaning, who have said that this will turn things around.

    But will it make a difference?

    I don’t think so. Because in spite of the election results, I am left with the same concerns that I had the day before the election.

    What are they? It is biblically simple. Before election day, I did not see any tent crusades or revival meetings. The TV preachers did not gather the people in a corporate solemn assembly.

    Long story short, corporate repentance did not take place in Wilderness America. So if it did not take place, how can this recent election be our rescue?

    Ladies and gentlemen, I do not believe that it was. I believe that it will play out as the next step in America’s demise.

    My spirit is telling me that there are troubling days approaching this nation.

    The Elephant Stampede

    A little over a year ago, I had a prophetic dream that illustrated a political event that will take place in America’s future.

    I have often wondered about this vision and have not spoken about it very much.

    …until just recently.

    This is what I saw. -

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  • January 8, 2015 at 4:49am

    Amazingly the host kinds of blows the “choice” of being ALLOWED the choice to have an abortion liken unto something like being ALLOWED to choose to go to the prom. Or ALLOWED to choose which flavor ice cream you prefer. Or being ALLOWED to marry as a grown woman. It is extremely sad that we have reached a point in this society where the taking of human life, the most innocent, the most helpless…in the womb is LESS than that of the government taking the life of murderers.

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  • [1] December 31, 2014 at 7:19pm

    Yep. Like Elmore County. Sheriff himself has an ankle monitoring bracelet. Thursday’s meal is all the left over food from Mon-Wed made into a goulash. 30 men in a cell for weeks at a time with no arraignment and no bail set. Rats and cockroaches crawling on the walls. No heat in winter. Not because they don’t HAVE heat. But they refuse to TURN IT ON. Medical care refused when inmates come in beat up by the officers that arrested them….you name it.

  • [4] December 31, 2014 at 7:14pm

    Church MUSIC pastor. Not general pastor. And you’re talking about Childersburg, AL. Some churches in rural Alabama like that may only have 10, 15 maybe 20 congregants. As well, the median FAMILY income is about 30k. Sounds like a lot but if you have 3 kids, a mortgage, a car, etc, not a lot of money left over at the end of the month. Sometimes there is month left over at the end of the money. As well the church may have been tapped taking up love offerings for the terminally ill child PRIOR. Thus stretching the wallet of folks till they were tapped if they gave earlier out of their meager family economies. As well when you are dealing with a dying child and putting your child in the ground, sometimes things like civil court dates can easily be forgotten about. Company is a rat. It’s a bottom feeder collection agency that is jail happy. It’s called “debtor’s prison” and it ended in England.

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  • [1] December 22, 2014 at 9:43am

    I love the patriotic comments first laet mme say. Now, it might just be a movie but go back to War Games. They were trying to keep WHOPPER from nuking everybody. One said to just pull the plug or something and shut it down. And here’s the question. If their hackers could some how disconnect the cerebral cortex from the nuke silos we have, could it fool the computer into thinking an attack has been launched and the bases destroyed and therefore carry out a all out launch?

  • [1] December 20, 2014 at 6:19am

    I think what you would see with an American economic crash is either a immediate launch of hostilities from China, and the Russia as the backbone while we are weak.

    Military leaders may be privy to this fact which brings about another scenario and that is, in the event of a impending collapse and in fear of that result, they opt to launch a preemptive strike against China or Russia or both. Which unfortunately will result in a retaliatory strike on us, thus ending much life here in the US in the short term. More in the long term. While the elites of both sides are tucked snugly in their 4 mile deep bunkers.

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