User Profile: sooner

sooner

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  • [3] September 15, 2014 at 12:08pm

    If the mannequin being hung were wrapped in the gay-rights flag, would that be considered a hate crime and allowed to proceed? Would the float sponsors be charged with a hate crime? Would the same be true if the image were an African American? La Raza? If the image would have been some sort of mocking representation of an Arab riding a camel, can you imagine the outcry and threats of violence from Muslims throughout the world. Of course, it is always permissible to insult and defame Jews and straight, white males and conservative Christians who are sick of being told that it is America’s fault that the rest of the world is stuck in the 4th Century. This criticism comes from countries whose sole contribution to mankind is that they happen to live in a part of the world that through the luck of geography and geology they just happen to live somewhere in which giant amounts of oil just so happens to sit about 10 feet underground. Essentially all they have to do every morning is go out and scoop it up. I think it’s a shame that a Hell’s Angels group wasn’t allowed to get a permit to follow along. Surely, there’s one Muslim Hell’s Angel somewhere that they can use to get a group of 500 included.

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  • [36] September 5, 2014 at 9:54pm

    I hope Obama now goes and looks at the Taj Mahal and after that the great wall of China, then the pyramids. Then he should go looking for the Garden of Eden and the Ark of the Covenant. I think whatever keeps Mr. Obama out of Washington DC and distracted from ruining the lives of Americans any further is something that all good Americans should encourage. Republicans should make a list of the finest golf courses on every continent and insist the he play each one and schedule tee times for him if necessary. They should insist that he take Joe Biden along as caddy and Nancy Pelosi along to keep the scorecard and Harry Reid can drive the cart. Michelle and the kids can shop and do aerobics. I think the Republicans are doing the country a great disservice by asking Mr. Obama to concentrate on being president. Let him work on his putting (have you seen the way this guy swings a golf club?)

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  • [9] August 22, 2014 at 11:51am

    Here’s a couple of quotes these people ought to consider: “The Supreme Ruler of the Universe, having been pleased in the course of His providence to establish the independence of the United States of America…we ought to be led by religious feelings of gratitude and to walk before Him in all humility according to His most holy law…That with true repentance and contrition of heart we may unitedly implore the forgiveness of our sins through the merits of Jesus Christ and humbly supplicate our heavenly Father.” (SAMUEL ADAMS)
    “”In the beginning of the contest with Great Britain, when we were sensible in danger, we had daily prayer in this room for the Divine protection. Our prayers, sir, were heard, and they were graciously answered….I therefore beg to move-that henceforth prayers imploring the assistance of Heaven, and its blessings on our deliberations, be held in this Assembly every morning before we proceed to business.” (BENJAMIN FRANKLIN)
    “And I do hereby call upon the people…[to] offer to our Almighty and all-gracious God, through our Great Mediator, our sincere and solemn prayers for his Divine assistance and the influences of His Holy Spirit.” (JONATHAN TRUMBULL)
    Now the notion that the founding fathers wanted to exclude religion from our government and our national life is just a LIE AND A MYTH. The only thing the founding fathers did not want was an official national church like the Church of England. They wanted full religious practice in all things.

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  • [12] August 15, 2014 at 12:07pm

    It is becoming increasingly tiresome that everyone must now “come out” as being gay. For some reason it seems necessary to announce to the world this singular choice for the way they choose as an individual to live their life.
    We do not hear of people “coming out” and announcing that they are Baptists, Lutherans or something else (or nothing at all). People do not publicly “come out” as to whether they have a preference for paper or plastic and it is not necessary to publicly proclaim a “preference” for Coke or Pepsi. Nor do you hear people coming out and announcing to the world that: “I am straight!”
    If homosexuality is, as the gay lobby suggests, inherent in the same manner as skin color and sex then why come out? Why not, like everyone else, just live your lives in peace and harmony with your neighbors and the world around you? What reaction do you expect when the image portrayed of the gay community is that which is seen on television in Gay Pride Parades with their gawdy and grotesque displays. How does your community wish to be perceived?
    If you want to be gay, then be gay. The overwhelming majority of people don’t care. Get jobs, go to work, get married, go shopping, buy houses and be good neighbors. If you keep your yard mowed and the trash picked up, I don’t care what you do inside your house. I’m not going to march up and down the street telling you I’m straight. I don’t care whether you’re gay but, I’m also not interest in learning about it.

    In reply to the story Christian Singer Reveals: 'I'm Gay'

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  • August 12, 2014 at 2:01pm

    Even a stopped clock is right twice a day. If only by accident, Obama has spoken the truth. Let’s not make too much out of this.

  • [-1] August 12, 2014 at 11:26am

    In what way? Are you still able to go to work? Will you still be able to care for yourself? Your family? Has this affected the cost of food, housing, medical care, fuel or other necessities that you require on a daily basis? I pray not.

  • August 8, 2014 at 1:05pm

    He didn’t realize he had those tickets because he picked them up while parked outside of his favorite crack houses so it’s all a little fuzzy to him.

  • [8] August 7, 2014 at 3:13pm

    Conservatives should eat at this restaurant to help this guy out (and be sure to leave the wait staff a nice tip). You know all of the liberals will be down at Ben & Jerry’s.

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  • [4] August 7, 2014 at 3:07pm

    Just ask any waiter or waitress and they’ll tell you that liberals are the worst tippers. It must be that entitlement mentality. You want and demand things from others but, are unwilling to pay for them yourselves. It costs money to raise the minimum wage and it shows up on your bill-in this case it’s right up front.

  • [8] August 6, 2014 at 10:31am

    Give them a break! They were already WAY over their 140 character Twitter maximum so, they were just trying to cut some characters somewhere! Don’t be so critical.

  • [3] August 6, 2014 at 10:24am

    I am going to guess that within six weeks of the re-swearing in for the one-thousandth term of Senator Roberts a poll will be conducted in the state of Kansas asking the question: “What do you believe is the single greatest factor contributing to the gridlock in Washington?” To which these wheat farmers will reply by an overwhelming majority: “All of those them politician types, they go up to that there fancy Washington and forget about us simple folk back home. I didn’t vote for that there tea-party feller cause me and all of my cousins and the other boys down at the feed mill, we’re coffee drinkers we are and so is our boy Pat Roberts! You betcha!”

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  • [6] August 4, 2014 at 10:45am

    Jesse “The Body” claimed he brought the suit in order to defend his reputation and the honor of the Seals and that sort of thing. Look, when you’ve spent your entire post-military career as a professional wrestler running around in feather boas and crazy sunglasses while working in a world of make believe sports and phony champions, it’s pretty difficult hurt a guy’s reputation! I also think it’s almost impossible to slander a man dressed up in sparkly panties playing slap-fights with another guy in a satin cape. Skandar Akbar must have been on the jury. I just don’t see the slander here. I also don’t see any honor here.

  • [1] July 30, 2014 at 10:11am

    Apparently you care about these nobodys. You clicked on the article. (Unless you’re being held against your will.)

  • July 29, 2014 at 10:44am

    I watch Fox News continually and by far Sean Hannity has the worst show. This clip is typical of why I am continually disappointed. Sean will ask a question but, before the guest can even begin to answer Sean starts ranting at the other person. Just as on this video, he then wants to know why the guest won’t respond or why they have not responded in the way he wanted them to. The reason is simple: He won’t allow them to respond. Allowing this man to respond would have exposed him and his group for the Hamas sympathizers and terrorist apologists they were. Instead, Sean looked like a crazy man. Sean is great on the radio where he can hold the air for 3 hours and comment on the issues and in that way could have taken this guy’s arguments and dealt with them in front of that huge audience and not come off looking like a screaming blow-hard. We all know that Hamas is a terrorist organization so that’s a stupid question and we know the man is going to answer that question “no” , Sean is just wasting everyone’s time asking that question but, if Sean would have let this guy answer with out letting him drone on and then followed up with carefully crafted follow-up questions he could have made this guy look like a terrorist fool and exposed Hamas as terrorist. As it was Sean looked like a raving lunatic and the terrorist fellow-travelers seemed like the most rational people there. Sean needs to stick to radio and that’s a shame.

  • [1] July 21, 2014 at 3:04pm

    I don’t know how they can call this a booby trap. It’s not as if it explodes. If the man had chosen to build a curb with his own money to protect his lawn you can bet your bottom dollar that the city would be hassling him for failing to obtain the proper permits, engineering reports, EPA studies and a thousand other governmental obligations necessary to build a curb. What kind of jerkwater is Pevely that they don’t have roads with curbs to begin with or do residents there have to supply their own curbs? This sounds like a town that just likes to hassle it’s residents. I bet everyone on the City Council is related or the kids driving through this man’s yard are the kids of the council members and they don’t want to be embarrassed. I think I’d look for somewhere else to live: somewhere with curbs, drivers who can stay on the roads, and a City Council with better sense.

  • [3] July 19, 2014 at 9:50pm

    That is what his trial was for. The trial 25 years ago was all about his innocence or guilt. Execution is to punish his guilt and they need to get on with it.

  • [2] July 19, 2014 at 9:38pm

    I thought that was what his trial was for? I think that’s been taken care of once and that should be enough. It’s Needle Time!

  • July 18, 2014 at 9:34pm

    There’s something about Democrats and lost things. The Clinton’s couldn’t find billing records that were sitting on top of a table in plain sight and now Obama wasn’t able to find a terrorist who wasn’t hiding. The Obama’s must save a fortune on Christmas wrapping paper because even if the package is sitting under the tree unwrapped they’ll never notice it and guess what it is.

  • July 17, 2014 at 1:17pm

    I would think that there would be very little difference between saying “The Bible says (teaches)…” and “Jesus/Paul/James says……” How’s this for thought and contemplation: The Bible in other places says: “Love your neighbor.” Jesus (within the pages of the Bible) says directly: “Love your neighbor.” Is there a conflict there? Now, if Rev. Stanley teaches independently: “Love your neighbor” does this mean that his exhortation to his congregants should carry as much weight and authority as the inspired words of Paul and James or the very words of Jesus? Rev. Stanley may be reaching a point where he would like for his congregation to say: “Rev. Stanley says…..” If that is so, such pride would qualify as boastful arrogance on the part of Rev. Stanley and therefore be sin.

  • [1] July 11, 2014 at 9:09am

    Can you imagine the outrage if he had said that all of the current scandals were beginning to put a ***** in the armor of Obama’s legacy?

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