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SPIN_MD

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  • August 29, 2015 at 4:51pm

    I like Ted Cruz. I think he is “trying” to be a good responsible conservative man. I also know the son cannot be judged for what the father is or has done.

    That being said Mr. Cruz scares me. He is in the Dominionist group of the NAR movement. Since all current government is of man, this is not the way to go. Even those with the best of intentions can stumble. The Bible says all power comes from God. That is true. The Bible also says God sets up kings and takes them down. God has often used heathen kings and governmental officials to accomplish His will.

    I personally think the current president was raised up by God as a precursor to the anti Christ. I believe us to be in the eschaton. I would hope God tarries and has mercy on the US and allows us to have a godly man as President. I don’t know if we are too far gone for that. God’s mercy is eternal. However, God’s longsuffering is NOT boundless.

    I see too many conflicting and dangerous things swirling around Mr.Beck. My dad used to say if things don’t pass the smell test then beware of that smell. He also said always trust your gut. My gut is screaming…”There is something rotten in the state of Denmark.”

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  • August 29, 2015 at 2:22pm

    @cognosco

    I think you mean Evangelicals are the most non Mormon Christians around. I would agree with that statement.

    I have talked to missionaries many times. None of which knew very much of the Bible at all. I would quote scripture and they would swear it was NOT in he Bible. When I showed them where it was they were surprised. So I am thinking your assertion that the KJV of the real Bible is the Mormon Bible is just not accurate or honest.

    I got one of them really questioning his allegiance to the spurious doctrine of Joseph Smith. I know this because one of the older main guys came out to my house and was VERY hostile towards me. He did not listen to anything I had to say. He kept referring to the book of Mormon. The Book of Mormon is fiction. That I have always known.

    I did learn a few things from them however. Things that changed my mind about a few misconceptions I had harbored. I thought of Joseph Smith as a misguided foolish man. After learning the “history” of Mr. Smith from the missionaries, I now know he was beguiled by Satan himself much like the guy in a cave in Arabia. He later became a disciple of Satan and spread his lies much like the counterparts in the middle east are doing today in real time.

  • [1] August 29, 2015 at 12:56pm

    I agree. He is laughing all the way to the bank. He makes money on the very people he despises. He is a snake oil salesman. The only thing I with which I can credit him is he told people up front what he was all about. He has said multiple times that he is an unrepentant capitalist.

    He has also said repeatedly that he is a “classic” liberal. There is only liberal..period.

  • [2] August 29, 2015 at 12:52pm

    My problem with this whole thing is motivation. Mr. Beck keeps saying he is a Christian. I don’t know how that is even remotely possible if he does indeed adhere to the teachings of the Mormon church, Joseph Smith and Brigham Young. He has repeatedly said he is a Mormon. He then says he is a Christian. The two are NOT compatible. It is tantamount to saying you are a Christian Muslim. It just cannot be.

    Jesus repeatedly said that a person can only have one master. He said that if one tried to have two masters that said person would eventually and inevitably hate one and love the other. That isn’t my idea. That is Jesus Christ’s idea. He also repeatedly said to choose this day whom you would serve. So the concept of spiritual plurality is not possible.

    God the Father, said repeatedly that He was a jealous God and would have no other before Him. God will not be mocked. Having another god in tandem with the real God is mockery. God does not take this lightly. He repeatedly judged His chosen people the Hebrews for this very thing. How can we today expect anything less. We have been after all grafted into the branch of the Jews. Therefore we are all spiritual Jews. We are, as Christians, the new man of which Paul spoke.

    I also have a problem with coupling civil rights with Christianity. This was the tactic of MLK. Civil rights is ALWAYS the precursor to socialism and eventually communism. MLK did not embrace Christianity. He used it to his advantage to further socialism.

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  • August 29, 2015 at 12:19pm

    The gun control advocate is not, in actuality, for reducing guns in society per se. The gun control advocate is about reducing the number of guns in the hands of law abiding citizens. If said law abiding citizen is conservative, as many are, then all the better.

    If you notice, no gun control advocate, cites anything about the failed policies of cities where gun control is very strict and crimes abound. The only thing a person with common sense can infer is that the gun control advocate is actually pro criminal.

    Abridging or restricting the second amendment, will do nothing to restrict the sale or acquisition of illegal firearms. It will only aid criminals by restricting non criminal law abiding citizens from owning a means of protection and defense.

    PRO GUN CONTROL = PRO CRIMINAL

  • August 29, 2015 at 9:54am

    Mr. Beck is NOT a conservative. He has said repeatedly that he is a “classic” liberal. A liberal is a liberal is a liberal. Period!

  • [3] August 29, 2015 at 8:31am

    This is yet another fruit of the socialist policies known as the CRA and the VRA. When the government tells you whom you may hire, to whom you may sell or rent your personal property, with whom you can conduct business, or with whom you or your children must associate, that is socialism. There is no good socialism or bad socialism. If you do not agree with the CRA and the VRA you are not a racist. You are just not a socialist.

    Those two pieces of legislation started the slide into chaos and ultimately oblivion for the US. Those two pieces of legislation HAD to be in place for the Hart-Cellar Act to have its full effect. If you read LBJ’s remarks at the signing in 1965, the bill has done exactly the opposite of its intent. LBJ like all Democrats had to blatantly lie. Sound familiar?

    There is going to a be a saturation point at some point in time. Mr. Beck likes to call it the “bubba” moment. He like all liberals disparages those with which he does not agree. Mr. Beck is a fraud. He is not a conservative. He has said on many occasions that he is a liberal.

    I take him at his word. He likens MLK to the son of God. That is so offensive to me, I cannot express that outrage in words alone. This type thing is EXACTLY what MLK wanted to happen. I’m sure he would want to be alive to see the fruition of his brainchild. However, God had other plans for Mr. King. He is not able to enjoy this chaos. He isn’t able to enjoy anything where he is currently residing for eternity.

  • [3] August 28, 2015 at 9:21pm

    (cont’d)

    I have yet to hear of any of them talk about getting into a fight over a girl. If you are a guy wanting casual indiscriminate sex, today is a great time in which to live. When I was a young guy you had to do the dinner and a movie or something similar before a girl would even consider sex. Nowadays, girls will buy the guy a drink and have sex on the first “date”. Most don’t even call it a date. It’s a hookup. So guys don’t have to do any heavy lifting to get free sex. If one girl won’t, there are a dozen that will. I mean they don’t even have to spring for the 70 or 80 bucks for a dinner and movie.

    I have a college friend with which I keep close contact. She went through a “cougar” phase. She thought she was so hip and cool. She was an idiot. None of the guys did anything for her , except sex. She paid car payments, rent, school tuition, child support and all sorts of things for these freeloading guys. She had no self esteem. She is in her 50s and has 35 on her web profile. BTW she looks every second of her real age. O and she had to finally file bankruptcy because of this nonsense. I digress.

    My point is this girl probably did consent thinking it was some cool thing and then had regrets later. I personally know a guy that had his life ruined by a regret rape law suit. My advice to young guys is to keep it in your pants. The girls need you way way way more than you need them.

  • [3] August 28, 2015 at 9:06pm

    I don’t advocate 15 year old children engaging in sex. They just are NOT emotionally equipped to handle it. However, in today’s current pop culture, indiscriminate casual sex is lauded and encouraged. Look at all the shows aimed at teens and tweens. They promote sexual promiscuity graphically in most cases. Some of the Disney channels, which I am sure most parents think are safe, promote very sexual ideas in a seemingly very benign format. The bottom line is children are besieged with sexual images and messages.

    The thing most kids do NOT know is the roles are mostly played by actors in their mid to late twenties. They receive confusing messages. In the Divergent series, the lead actress, while a twenty something, is portraying a girl in her teens. The weird thing is she falls for a guy in his late twenties, early thirties…maybe. The actor is 30 plus now. What signal does that send a teen aged girl?

    If a kid is shipped off to a boarding school, chances are the parental relationship isn’t that great or there are other issues of a more profound nature. So many kids regardless of family background or financial status, feel alienated. They are seeking something for themselves. TV, movies, books, even video games offer them something.

    That being said, girls are taught up front that they hold all the cards in the sex game. Nothing could be further from the truth in reality. If you see a cat fight, chances are it is about a guy. I work with young guys every day. (cont’d)

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  • [3] August 26, 2015 at 4:50pm

    @ThatsLikeSaying
    The problem with MORE government regulation is that the regulation can become very arbitrary depending on who is in the White House or who is running Congress or any number of factors. I am thinking of the IRS tax exempt scandal right now would be most applicable to this line of thought.

    The current law does have background checks. If you have a flag on your SSN you don’t get approved to buy a gun. If one has managed to fly under the radar so as to not have a flag on their SSN then they can procure a firearm.

    What you are suggesting is a major change in intelligence gathering just not on foreign terrorists or even illegal immigrants but on American citizens. You are talking about a major government intrusion into every American’s private life. If you are fine with that then you probably have a Stalin poster on your wall behind the bust of Lenin and the Pol Pot ashtray on your credenza.

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  • [4] August 26, 2015 at 4:35pm

    I expect to see more of this type thing. According to the DOJ in the instance of violent crime when the victim is white the perpetrator is black 43% of the time. That statistic in and of itself is not that alarming until you factor in another statistic of black being only 13% of the population. Then the former statistic is revealed as being very alarming.

    When one contrasts similar statistics you get the full picture. According to the DOJ in the instance of violent crime when the victim is black the perpetrator is black 96% of the time. That means that whites as well as all other racial demographics are enumerated in the remaining 4%. So the myth of white on black crime can be handily rejected without much ado.

    This whole thing is the only natural progression of the CRA and the past 51 years of lies and failed programs. The US has spent 14 trillion taxpayer dollars trying to buy these people away from themselves. There isn’t enough money on planet Earth to accomplish that fool’s errand.

    These people keep saying they want a war. They might should examine history. Wars of this type do not bode well for their kind. They might want to keep in mind when 70% of the population has had enough, the dynamic will change in a profound way.

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  • August 26, 2015 at 9:03am

    I don’t consider Jorge Ramos a journalist at all. Why was he even there?

  • [10] August 26, 2015 at 8:57am

    Illegal guns is the new buzz word. Everyone is on board with ridding us of illegal guns. Most of these guns wouldn’t be illegal if they had not been stolen. It is clearly provable that strict gun laws do nothing to restrict the presence of illegal guns. It someone is goal directed to acquire a firearm, he or she will acquire the firearm by whatever means.

    Any supporter of gun control is in actuality saying they support criminals having guns and not the non criminal law abiding citizenry. It really is that simple. This guy is not necessarily anti gun. He is pro criminal.

    The other thing is the complete lack of understanding of cause and effect. I’m sure it is due to the preponderance of low information. i.e. low IQ people on the left and in the Democratic party. They are using this same logic in the approach to obesity in school children. Don’t teach the children about healthy diets and lifestyle. Just restrict the food. The food is somehow to blame and not the motivation of the consumer.

    As you see with that program, the obesity is not going down. The children are not eating the food. They are throwing it away. They then either bringing their own fattening food or doing without until they CAN have access to these fattening foods.

    It is impossible to have a cogent discussion with a liberal. They are repulsed by facts and data. They only know the narrative regardless of veracity. I know. I work with these people every day of the world. It is worse than herding cats. It’s like herding inborn retarded cats.

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  • [2] August 22, 2015 at 6:20pm

    The constant dialogue about standards says something to me. During the Clinton administration, the military was to specifically alter physical standards for women without their knowing it, sort of like an affirmative action type thing. The integral part of the program was that the women were NOT to know they did NOT compete equally. They were to believe that they had done everything exactly like the men.

    I am just wondering if this is what is in play here. These women are not big bodybuilding girls. Irrespective of the fact of whom may or may not be able to complete this training, I don’t think it is wrong for persons to question the veracity of this claim. I think that is fair to say. Speaking anatomically, biologically and medically there are many more reasons for a woman to NOT be in a combat role than there are reasons for her to be in a combat role.

    I’ll give you a hypothetical here. You are in a fire fight. You are wounded. The nearest person is either a man or woman. The person will have to drag you 100 yards to safety under extreme duress while carrying a weapon. If you say you would want the woman you are not telling the truth. Physiologically men have 40% more muscle mass in the top half of the body and 33% more on the bottom half of the body.

    We are not comparing any extremes here. Compare what would be acceptable in the random military branch. I just do not see these women completing this without ANY alteration of standards. Similar is not the exact same.

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  • [5] August 21, 2015 at 11:25am

    I do have my reservations about Mr. Trump’s motives. However, no one but Donald trump can get away with what he is saying. If Jeb Bush or Scott Walker or any of the other guys said this they would tack them to the wall as racists. If any of the other candidates said that the current administration is stupid, i.e. the current president, again they would be painted as racist.

    If you notice no one uses the same method with Mr. trump because they know he doesn’t care. It is frustrating them beyond measure. He is rich so he doesn’t have to worry about money from special interests drying up if he has a gaff.

    It is sort of like Bernie Sanders. Nobody really engages him because they know he wouldn’t be able to win in a general. They just let him prattle on about his nonsense. The only thing about him is I wish someone would have the guts to challenge him on the “democratic” socialist moniker. There is in actuality no such thing.

    The term actually means that any given socialist uses democracy to usher in socialism and then destroys democracy.

  • [5] August 18, 2015 at 2:37pm

    Does Tawana Brawley ring any bells? This what and who these people are. They are all pathological liars.

    By statistics alone, one can prove the unlikelihood of this claim. According to the DOJ in the instance of violent crimes where the victim is black, the perpetrator is BLACK 96% of the time. I think that pretty much sums it up.

  • August 17, 2015 at 4:51pm

    @inthebrotherhood

    I am obviously not familiar with whatever text to which you refer. I am referring to the Bible commonly used by Protestants. I am not familiar with other texts many cults consider “holy’”.

  • August 15, 2015 at 9:05pm

    When I lived in the Dallas area a million years ago, I saw something very disturbing. On the way into work one morning on 75 north of Plano there was a van which had been pulled over. There were two DPS, a few sheriff’s cruisers, maybe one local police and three black SUVs with blacked out windows and no plates. Everyone knows what that means.

    They had, what I assumed , were the occupants of the van seated on the ground. It looked like their hands had zip cuffs on them. They were behind their backs. They were all Hispanic guys, late teens to mid 20s maybe. So I’m thinking an ICE or Border patrol stop, maybe DEA. I didn’t see any masks or hoods, so maybe not DEA. That was pretty common in that area and on 30 outside Dallas as well.

    Well anyway, my point is they were all naked or pretty close to it. So yea the government can do pretty much what it wants and they don’t really have to explain.

  • [2] August 15, 2015 at 11:51am

    My grandmother always said when you hear someone using profanity it is a clear indicator of a lack of intelligence, breeding, manners and education. I think about sums it up.

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  • August 14, 2015 at 11:23pm

    @inthebrotherhood

    I don’t know what church you belong to. Sharing the gift Christ has given me is the very essence of the gospel.

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