User Profile: tbeachhead

tbeachhead

Member Since: December 02, 2010

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  • October 28, 2014 at 9:36pm

    Congress shall make no law establishing religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. Unconstitutional? There is no law being made here…and religion is being freely exercised. No school can make a law prohibiting a students free exercise, no matter how you try to dictate what schools should do to children.

  • October 28, 2014 at 9:28pm

    “Constitutional”…if you ignore the radical forces that promote the prohibition of the free exercise of religion, and the dictated establishment of atheism in the schools.

  • October 28, 2014 at 9:23pm

    Schools don’t promote religion. People do…it’s called free exercise. Oh…and fascist dictatorships do what they can to prohibit the free exercise of individual rights. That’s why the constitution was written. I’m not a government entity because I teach. I teach because I know something, and that is useful to the government school where I teach. I don’t stop being who I am because I teach there. It’s in the fantasies of the fascist left that they can control all individuals who work under their dictatorial rule.

  • October 28, 2014 at 9:16pm

    Which Christian world wars? The one where Christians like Dietrich Bonhoeffer withstood the demonic regime of Hitler’s fantasy reich? Where Christianity stood up for the Jews our brothers? Or the War where Charles Martel withstood the onslaught of the bloodthirsty Islamic Moors, as they attempted to overrun all of Europe with the lies of Islam?

  • October 24, 2014 at 2:51pm

    Fine the refs and the league. The refs blow the whistle before the eight-year-old crosses the line…

    And then the refs take the winning team off the field, so the whining team can run the score up as often as they want to.

    Then all the moms get a trophy so they don’t feel bad.

  • [2] October 24, 2014 at 10:43am

    I love the oxymorons the atheist has to invent to whine: “unconstitutional religious activity”. Put that in the context of “Congress shall make no law…prohibiting the free exercise…” of religion. There is no unconstitutional religious activity, only unconstitutional making of laws prohibiting the free exercise thereof…promoted by those opposed to the constitution as it stands.

    A quick read unveils these christophobic reactionaries’ hate-filled subterfuge: The adults…”had both subsequently publicized the October 2 baptisms on their social media accounts….” Subsequently? That is…after the fact? Neither promoted nor denied, but student-centered, student-requested and student-led…It would have been unconstitutional to prohibit the free exercise of these kids rights.

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  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 10:01am

    Except there, their lives are at risk if they ever attempt to do anything like this. Right hands are precious…even to those under sharia law…and stoning hurts.

  • [11] October 22, 2014 at 10:00am

    “’All we were trying to do was raise the fact that racial profiling does happen in some places,’ they continued,,,,” Yep…and continued…and continued. That is how fantasy gets raised to “fact.” It’s not your clothing that gets you in trouble…it’s the divisive illusion that because you hate from the outside in, you must be hated, because everyone must be as shallow as you are.

  • [1] October 22, 2014 at 5:25am

    When we home schooled the first of eight, he had not learned number facts at the end of third grade, the district cut music k to twelve too save money and he was watching his classmates squish the fish in the aquarium, after being bullied every day on a bus of seventy kids with one adult driver…At the end of fourth grade, he was doing sixth grade math and he was writing songs. All right of my children survived home schooling like this. I’m a public school teacher, thirty-seven year very, in fact. I learned to stop entertaining fantasies, and to make choices. My kids all joined me for high school, and stayed in the top ten in their class, with all the requisite social skills to succeed, and have admirable friendships.

  • October 21, 2014 at 2:40pm

    Sigh…The constitutional rights that are at stake, how confused do you need to be…are in the preamble to the constitution. We are ensuring the rights of liberty to our posterity.

    Not to our closest friends who all die with reception. If society does nothing to sanctify our posterity, we have no society…period. Marriage is the sanctification of our future, and the posterity represented therein. It is government’s role to protect that. It is not in government’s purview to argue the value of any other relationship…as monogamous, or monandrous as it can be…I don’t care how faithful you’ve been to your friend or what your proclivities are. Government is not beholden to friendships.

    So what happens when children are born out of wedlock? When couples eschew producing? When friends want to adopt? These are all questions from a society of broken vows, that has no compass, and is tempest tossed. These are the questions asked by a society that is waning fast. . .that truly believes that fruitless is the object of love as long as personal pleasure is satisfied.

  • [9] October 21, 2014 at 10:43am

    The illusion that the pundit knows what he’s talking about is his bread and butter…This man knows nothing of Christianity, and lies about Islam…On both counts, he ignores the book, and propagates invention.

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  • [6] October 21, 2014 at 10:38am

    Like any dem pundit, Aslan is demmed to lie…Like Muhammed was not individualistic. Like Ben Ali, his assassin did not do what he did to usurp the caliphate.

    “If there’s one thing that you can really zero in on when it comes to Jesus’ preachings — and I mean the historical Jesus — was his absolute hatred of wealth…” Hmm…

    Maybe that’s why Jesus said, “Give and it will be given unto you, pressed down, shaken together and running over…” Maybe that’s why Jesus said that the one talent would be taken from the fearful one who hid it, and given to the one who had 100% profit…because “…to him who has, more will be given, and from him who has not, even what he has will be taken away.”

    Jesus hated bad stewardship at the hands of him unto whom much was given. He hated the love of money…not those who had it, and understood the meaning of stewardship.

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  • October 21, 2014 at 8:28am

    This is sick…It takes over five minutes for the man to cast his votes….GObama…an election as transparent as Robespierre’s France.

  • [10] October 21, 2014 at 8:09am

    He’s found someone else to pay his fair share.

  • October 21, 2014 at 8:08am

    “The bottom line though is, these are all folks who vote with me,” he added. Of course they do: The democrat party is the party of fascists who vote in lock step, or get publicly ostracized and exposed. They not only vote with a single, pre-imposed voice, but they speak with a pre-written script, using words chosen by another, and woe to the one who walks away from the script.

  • [9] October 21, 2014 at 8:04am

    “Libertarians don’t want a public health system so you’re a fascist.” Liberals are a bunch of fascists so ignorant they don’t even know what the word means…Fascist means you vote for it because I told you to, and find out what’s in the bill afterward. Libertarians don’t want fascist enforced dictatorship run by fools who lick themselves and spit on everybody else.

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  • October 17, 2014 at 12:50pm

    Well, you can score on witty repartee…that’s a skill! But the point had nothing to do with underwear, masonry or missionaries…The fact is, a Mormon missionary, if he’s any good at all, continues to be a human being. He enjoys life, and maybe dances…even if he’s given up coffee and coke. (To me, it’s the coffee and coke that seals the deal, not the linen drawers. To deliberately turn from coffee…which I’m sure must be the drink of choice in heaven, if it isn’t chocolate…shows real character and self-sacrifice!)

  • October 16, 2014 at 2:46pm

    Qatar must be a Sunni state: The lie that Muhammed was poisoned by a Jew was promulgated by Ben Ali, after he assassinated the “prophet” and usurped the leadership, trumping the stepson’s claims, and opening the ever blazing battle between Shi’ite and Sunni.

  • [26] October 16, 2014 at 10:19am

    “‘If they choose to do this inside the church, choose to do this from the pulpit, then they open the door to the questions being asked,’ he told the outlet.”

    What? If they choose to disagree with sexual activity now legalized by politicians, the politicians behavior is above reproach and discussion? If the politics has made morality a political issue, it is the politician that has crossed the line.

    More comedy?

    “Feldman also said on a separate occasion, ‘If someone is speaking from the pulpit and it’s political speech, then it’s not going to be protected.’”

    Translation…if someone is disagreeing with Feldman’s making politics out of sexual behavior, they’re making political speech? Hardly! Feldman and his ilk has invented a new pulpit with a political arm, and is making religious decisions.

  • [2] October 15, 2014 at 12:29pm

    Don’t inquisition my sermon…Let me deliver it to your face. And try to make a law prohibiting the free practice of a religion that declares a difference between behavior that produces the posterity that the constitution protects…and self-gratifying entertainment…

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