User Profile: SlaveToTruth


Member Since: October 05, 2012


  • [3] November 25, 2015 at 3:22am

    As I understand it, Texas is the only state left that allows the use of deadly force to protect property. I wish all the states still allowed it. BTW you are a prime example of why I hate people like you that hate the 2nd amendment.

  • [3] August 26, 2015 at 4:46am

    I’m so over Beck. I had to turn off my ad blocker just to post a comment. He uses about 20 trackers on his site. He is all about money and trying to influence the masses. He supports Cruz a man born in Canada. So if I listen to Beck I am supposed to vote for someone that is not a natural born citizen. He glosses over that. He never addresses what the founders meant by that term.

    But according to him Trump is bad. Well, the fact both sides hate him so much is an indication that he might be alright. The only Republican nominee for president that I have liked in my lifetime is Reagan. They used to call the republicans the party of Reagan, but no other nominee was like him. The republican party is the opposite of Reagan, Reagan was a fluke and hated by the establishment on both sides. The repubs at the time really wanted Bush Sr. They finally got him and he was awful, just like Dole, Bush the younger, McCain and Romney. The best credential Trump has is the fact that establishment repubs including Beck hate him. Beck might be right that Trump is a charlatan, I only say that because it takes one to know one and Beck is a charlatan.

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  • [1] January 1, 2015 at 11:37pm

    Nope he isn’t a natural born citizen. Born in Canada and his dad wasn’t a citizen at the time of birth.

  • [1] April 4, 2014 at 10:44pm

    This is really a little silly. I’m sure concealed carry helped, but you are aware of how cold and snowy Chicago has been? I’m sure most of the reduction in crime is due to the cold.

  • February 23, 2014 at 12:11pm

    I’m sorry but she should have to give everyone around her a taste at the nipple if she doesn’t cover up. Its not polite to eat in front of other people!!! Only sort of kidding, why not use an on board blanket to cover up. If this broad did this next to me, I’d stare ogle and and film it. Just because a baby is sucking on a teat doesn’t mean we all have to look at her tit.

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  • February 21, 2014 at 10:38pm

    It couldn’t be Moosechelle, she isn’t that pretty.

  • February 19, 2014 at 11:22pm

    I agree with your analogy DarkJello. I also have wanted to go over to Italy and try to live in the Vatican. After all they are always defending illegals in the U.S. How long before me the undocumented priest would be in jail or evicted.

    And to you Keatonc333, your are right. It is much worse to cross an international frontier. But to make it easier for you to understand, I’ll just climb your fence and live in your backyard, eat your dog and crap all around your house. After all, I’d just be an undocumented member of your family.

  • February 17, 2014 at 3:31am

    From the article they are apparently blaming the heart attack on the pot. But, once again, I think the coroner is confusing causes with correlations. People in great physical shape have heart attacks for not discernible reason. This reads like the coroner was looking to blame something for triggering the heart attack. Maybe it did, but considering the medicine they practice in England, I’m not convinced.

  • February 17, 2014 at 3:11am

    What is a pot related death? I know you don’t mean that pot killed the person. That would be trumpeted on the airwaves.

    That study in the article is flawed. IT doesn’t look just at drivers but anyone killed in a car wreck. So a drunk could slam into a group of walking stoners and the study would count that. The study really tells us nothing about cause and effect.

    But did you read the whole article. There was a second study mentioned that blows your point out of the water. I quote.

    A separate study — also based on FARS data — found that in states where medical marijuana was approved, traffic fatalities decrease by as much as 11 percent during the first year after legalization.

  • February 17, 2014 at 3:04am

    @ Cosmos
    I have never been diagnosed, but I think I have Aspergers. Also in the early 80s I tried contacts for the first time and my eyes turned blood red. A few years later I tried contacts and didn’t have the problem. My eye doctor at the time said I was allergic to a preservative they used to use in contact solutions called thymerisol.

    Guess what, I later found out that most vaccines have or at least did have thymerisol (a mercury compound). That means for years as a child I was getting injected with a chemical my body was allergic to. I wouldn’t be surprised if that didn’t cause my Aspergers.

    So it possible that most children don’t have bad reactions to vaccines, but it is not unlikely that the unlucky few do have bad reactions that cause autism. That is why I’m not sure all the vaccines are necessary.

    Apparently flu shots are the worst. Michael Savage is very against flu shots, because to the contaminates that typically found in flu shots.

  • February 17, 2014 at 2:53am

    Actually if the minor has epilepsy or some other malady that pot can help then I would be for that specific minor to smoke it. I think that the epilepsy kids are consuming oil instead of smoking it.

    I am infuriated that my state doesn’t allow medical pot. My elderly Mom has COPD and I have seen anecdotal evidence plus national institute of health studies that indicate it may be helpful for her condition. On youtube a 91 year old man says a year before he was on 5 liters of oxygen (per minute I think) and it shows him moving around happily without any oxygen tank. Even if it only worked for 1% of COPD sufferers, they should have the chance to see if it works for them. BTW, I’m pretty sure he was consuming hemp oil, not smoking it.

    Do a search about Rick Simpson’s hemp oil and you will see that many claim it helps their conditions.

  • February 17, 2014 at 1:40am


    I quickly looked at both studies. Yes they found some impact on fetuses, but they did not find fetal marijuana syndrome. That is what I was refuting with Nab.

    I never said marijuana is harmless. But, I also would not outlaw a substance just because if a mother consumed it, it would hurt her child. If that was the standard, cigarettes, alcohol, etc. would be illegal.

    Nab doesn’t know what he is talking about and you apparently can follow a conversation. Thanks for providing no studies that support an actual fetal marijuana syndrome. With fetal alcohol syndrome there is no mistaking the facial deformity (eyes too close together) and the behavioral problems. But, again in a free society a mother has a right to decide what to put into her body when she is pregnant.

    Thanks for arguing for the forces of repression instead of for liberty.

  • [1] February 17, 2014 at 1:25am


    I really doubt there are comas from weed happening all the time. BTW, you are just plain wrong about black tar. Black tar is a kind of heroin dummy. But thanks for proving you have no idea what you are talking about. There have been no overdose deaths due to weed in recorded history. Thanks for playing dummy.

  • February 16, 2014 at 9:28pm

    Well I don’t know about male pattern baldness, but apparently THC does indeed kill cancer cells. See this US News report from 2009.

    “There have been previous reports to this effect as well,” he said. “So this is yet another indication that THC has an anti-cancer effect, which means it’s certainly worth further study. But it does not suggest that one should jump at marijuana for a potential cure for cancer, and one should not urge anyone to start smoking pot right away as a means of curing their own cancer.”

    You should search for rick simpson hemp oil. He has apparently given it to cancer patients and it has helped them. You see Mr. Bojangles, I have been actually looking into the truth. You have some preconceived notion that because it makes people stoned, it must not do anything else.

    To support the idea that THC attacks cancer, you should read all the studies that looked for lung cancer in pot smokers. They are shocked that they can’t find it. The study I read even went on about how both smokes were the same except for nicotine and THC. Since they have been looking for 30 years at least and can’t find a link, I suspect it is because the pot smoke prevents the lungs from getting cancer.

    It is horrific that cannabis (the oil, not smoking) might cure cancer and we keep people from using it.

  • February 16, 2014 at 9:01pm

    @ Nab
    You probably don’t have scientific training, but I think you are confusing causes with correlations. Just because two facts are true, you can’t say they are linked. If crime in Oregon did go up, it is very unlikely pot lead to more rapes and domestic violence. Then you talk about fetal marijuana syndrome. The national institute of heath did have an article from 1982 that found this. But latter studies haven’t from what I can tell. If you have a link to a more recent study, I would be interested. But since I just did a search, I’m pretty sure you can’t point me to a single scholarly study. As others have stated, I don’t think you have a clue about cannabis.

    @ foobared
    Another version, And I quote:

    “A separate study — also based on FARS data — found that in states where medical marijuana was approved, traffic fatalities decrease by as much as 11 percent during the first year after legalization. Written by researchers at the University of Colorado, Oregon and Montana State University, the paper was published in 2013 in the Journal of Law & Economics.”

    Just because someone was stoned and died in a car crash is meaningless. It would be more interesting if they had looked only at drivers. I found a study that showed impairment.

    I have read that experienced users don’t get impaired but n

  • December 30, 2013 at 6:41pm

    I heard it progressed from PTSD to hysterical blindness.

  • October 14, 2013 at 11:52pm

    I suspect Mr. waco is British. They tend to use the term proper a lot. So here you see the difference between a citizen and a subject. I am assuming the homeowner lives alone. In that case an intruder is easy to identify, seeing that the house should be empty. Mr. proper waco wants to burden the law abiding.

    Here is a proper insult for you Mr. waco. As one of the flying circus once said, “you snot nosed git, you make me want to puke.” Asking questions of an intruder just gives the intruder notice that you are present and time to take measures against you. You are a proper git, and probably a poof too.

  • October 8, 2013 at 1:54pm

    McConnel isn’t answering his phone in Washington, since I’m not from Kentucky, his office in Louisville acted sorta nice but kept me on hold and didn’t get back to me. Probably thought they were wasting my money but I have free long distance. Anyway, I encourage you all to call your Senators and tell them to vote McConnel out, we don’t need his non leadership, we need someone besides this Rino.

  • September 30, 2013 at 3:53pm

    I think it depends on the state. Most states don’t allow deadly force to protect property. But from what I can tell Texas does. I wish more states did.

  • September 30, 2013 at 11:38am

    I had always heard Texas allows you to use deadly force to protect property. I looked it up and I am confused why this store owner was charged. Below is the statute.

    Sec. 9.42. DEADLY FORCE TO PROTECT PROPERTY. A person is justified in using deadly force against another to protect land or tangible, movable property:

    (1) if he would be justified in using force against the other under Section 9.41; and

    (2) when and to the degree he reasonably believes the deadly force is immediately necessary:

    (A) to prevent the other’s imminent commission of arson, burglary, robbery, aggravated robbery, theft during the nighttime, or criminal mischief during the nighttime; or

    (B) to prevent the other who is fleeing immediately after committing burglary, robbery, aggravated robbery, or theft during the nighttime from escaping with the property; and

    (3) he reasonably believes that:

    (A) the land or property cannot be protected or recovered by any other means; or

    (B) the use of force other than deadly force to protect or recover the land or property would expose the actor or another to a substantial risk of death or serious bodily injury.

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